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TSIEi CAIRO BTJLLETI1T, FEBRUABY 24.
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ANNOUNCEMENTS.
For Mayor.
Bono Dcllktik ! At llio urgent solicitation
of numerous friends, whoo requenta in the protr,.
ie, lor ren.ornl.otli personal and polltiCAl, t do
tiotferlat liberty to ili-cllnc, I lir"tiy announce
iiijrsetf n i; candidate for Unyur nt tlirf coining
charWrelccUon. JOHN IJ. IIAIIMA.V.
urn iu horded to sntiuulice IANli:i.
AKlKK m a camlidato fur Iayr.r, at ens ll
tiK lntuilolial electron.
far City Attorney.
Ve are authorised to announce John M Lan.
dru aacandidato for r.elecliontoth" olflc of
City Attorney at etistilnjj jiiuilelat election.
in
For Clly Marshal.
We art authorised to anwiuneo ANUltEW'.'AIN
M candidate for the office of Oily Marshal, nib
eel to the decision of Hi Dinocrntli' arty.
Wv are authorised to announce tint liKNItY T.
MARTIN will ton candidal, for ttie office of City
Marshal, at ih. ensuing charter election, sub-
lect to Die decision of the Patnoeratlc party.
W are aulhorlted to anuonor JOIIMIItuW.V
a a candidal for City Marshal, aubject to th"
decision of Hi democratic party.
W ar autliorlied to announce W1M.1AM T.
HCOTT as a candidate lor City Marshal at lli en.
uln charUr election.
I'or City Clerk.
At llio request of intnr frleJ. I m n-
dale for Hi cube of Cily Clerk, nibjcc I to Hie di
rlMnnof the Democratic party,
mi';iiaki.j. iiowi.cr.
We are autharltcd toannounca O. I'. I.VUN
a candidal for City Cleft, nulyct to tho detl.ion
uf the democratic patty.
HTILL IN TUB KIIXD.
u Aiitr.nriud fnahnnunr thn r..trne of J.
T. T1IUMA8 a a candidate for tlie ottiee of City
Uerk at Hie casuist; municipal eltrtion. Id
For Clly Treamtrer.
V art authorlteil to nnnouncu JOHN II V.
IJINI) u a candidate far llie uISM ot City Treat.
arrr at the tmuInK election.
We are authorised to announce JiKI'll II
TAVI.OIt. aa acaixiidate for teelc lion to the of.
flee of City Treamrcr at the eti'uing irttim ipl
election'.
Far Neleet Citiinrll.
We ar aiitbortaed to announce N. I.. WICK
WIKi: a a candidal for the Fetecl ( .uucil
from Hi Third Want, at the i-mnfnj; munlci
pal election.
For Aldermen.
We are authoire. It announce Hint W.
Caryl a candidate for intmlxr ol the Hoard -4
Aldtrmta from Ih Hit Ward.
I'HYHICIASH.
lOKNCB-Corner Ninth and Walnut
UFKICK-Corocr Eiath Klrcel and Uliio Ut
ntrtCt HOUKH-Krom a.m. to It m., anJ
pm
11TILLIAMR. HMITH.H. I
?T HMIDBJ1CB SO. II, Thirteenth re
leD Vfarhlnon Atenu and Walnut hire!
OFKCK'IM Conifrclal Attl.ur, uprtaira
HWAIDHEIi M. !., Culro
rtlMIDENCB-Corner nf Mneteenth at.,
and Waahlslon are. ()K'ICK-)n Commerolil
e.,orr th I'oitoftlce. UYKr. ifUl'RS-
rmm ioa m to u m., (riuodaja eiceptcd) and
Hum iw in
N.BMIGIIA.H, M. 1.
Homeopathist.
OMcc. 1 HU Commercial Avon tie.
WMtcllonra, tta 10n.ui, lioBii.in.
Ileiidenee, No. It, Ninth Mreet, Ciini III.
JanSld'.'m
ATTORXEVS.
G
Ki;U. V Ull.IIKIlT,
ATTOItXEVS ASU COUXSKLLOItS AT
LAW,
eVilllaita M. Urttn, )
tfllllaaa B. Ullberl, CAIKO,
lla F. Ullberl. I
npecial attention giren to Admiralty and Strain
im.inctt.
UtV.ce am Ohlat,. Hoaiaaa 7 anil
attr Clly Katlanal BaiiK.
JINCOAB, 3IH.N.N V VOVl,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
tt, T. lVlttecar, ")
U. W. Mmm, CAIHU, ILL.
r. if, rte J
(irnCE-Oi aarealh Ktrtet, Wlntci'a lllock.
lieclOdlf
WOOD, COAL, ETC.
youi AM COAL.
IF1, 3. 'WA.ttJD
la prepared to dellrt-r tho lot
Fire Wood & Stone Coal
la any part of III city, la any nuaatity iloiiiil,
on abort notice,
Coal Delivered at $4 50 l'er Ton.
OPnCE-Orer Hetnrart, Orlh k Co.'e love
lore, iwouoor. ainno ine corner ol MKIitll ktrrei
and Coinintcil arvnue, ,1 ct.it
BINDERY.
M
AHVVH MIIiVEKUVIlCj.
......AT Till:
Cairo City Book Bindery
la prepared to
Mettnfaetur lllank Uooka ititil ito at
kttid of BookUludltiK ami ItulliiK-
78 Ohio Xaovec.
CAIRO, - -
ox7lf '
ILLINOIS
HOUSE UAIS1NO A.l MOV
INC.
SUMERWELL & BAIRD
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Are prepared to take contracts for lalaincnr eles. when thoy can procure tliu tupt per
oTlagbo ae.pf any a seor drsciiplivii, vaay , . , , ,
her klndof work m their line. fuct urticlo that has yet beon mauo, by
other
The hara all th machtntrr annllancaa for re
tnoTlug or rutslng houses on short notice, and k
oahai of public patronait. novtif
COLLEGES.
ITIGII EDUCATION.
HELLMIJTH COLLEGE
Hoard aad Tultiea per annum, H2t).
t JiELLJIPTtJ DJ)fS'r COLLEGE
aaaUStjon wrannwn, iJUflf PrVdanlf the Very
Ksv.I.lsalauth,li. tZ Deaa of Huron. I'or
taaai - BeaM mt MVtitavU Vfau'sei
atf1lrnitirB SttMll w tn Haln Vmmmm l.Aarf,M 1
I
FoUti prisoners aro now boarding at llio
Hotel .Id .Mclliilc.
Tin: cost for irliiting uiiiliorjxr-iby ,our
Inst legislature, amount to irw,'.i;s:J.
A LAit(jKitock'of(funilthing goods ofull
kind nlwttys tm hand at 1', XcllV, o. "
Olllo IiOVff. ilecDlf
Tub Khiuioit linos, aro putting th
second tloty upon tln;lr furtilluro fac
tory.
Vlovw Choieo J'unilly Flour in bbls
half bbls., tanks, A;c, for sale nt lint Kcjyp.
ttun Mill. att
Accident. A son of Thomas .Sullivan
was yesterday thrown from n horse, and
hU arm broken.
Bkwkim Cf.o.sKii. Tho unexpected riio
In tlfo Onlo river, Imi necessitated the
closing of the sewers
Tiiu.JUuoi ... Jtnm.t rim; en. nave
their ul.'trm brdi securely llii'd In tlio
belfry of th"englno houte. '
Foil pistols und rrtrldi!fs und'howlo
knives, go direr', to 1. N. ir, ;i. "! Ohio
Levee. , . (lociitf
Why noKrt ht tliti Youug Mui' ClirUt
iatl A.t.oei.ition retire Hi lcCtUro from tilt)
liorolc mid oloqiit nt Atiiin Dlckinmn ''
SATHtrACTttj.v i;urtiluid al V.
T.
Worthiiifjton'n nwr l'lntogruplilc' Art
fJallvry, ovur Itockwull X' Co .4. IboIs'Store.'
fllUtf
W'l: tiro undur oMItntioii to II. 'W'ntion
U'obb.Col. .lolm .M. CroU, W. V. Il trr.
nnd Hotia'.or Trumbull for vitlimlibj public
louumentt.
Ir you vrnnt n ;;ood, itvltilt utnl well
fitting itiitof clotbof, laaJo to onb'r, you
timit f,u to 1'. Ncir, So. 1'J OMo l.tvvn.
dccOtf
it i i
Faiiikk llKCi:i:it,tliu runuwntd CVtli-
olfo dlvlnu It kctiirln-j 'throughout thu
Statu. Can hu not l-i itidu'--.'l to viiil
Cairo?
ItLitrtngo what h li'iiiih oftlmn It
tnkw to wear out IJooti nrnl .'5hoi.-i when
made of good material, and Win. Khlen
utet nothing but llio Ut of cvorythln
dock, workmen and all at his itioii on
Twentieth "troot opjio-lto the court lumnj.
rubiotr.
Lkotckk. . Miu OHvu Lognn will leo-
turo In thli city under tho autfpico of tho
Yoting Mcn' ChrlMlan AStnot'ntlon, on
the ovtjnlngof starch K. JaTU , ,
Lami- Kxpj.O'tiox. About two week
fl?o a person w.n .l!ln In mir ftrwtn
patent lamp burner.' Mny CitfVii pur-
chaied burner believing th!m a eutiorSur
article. I.al cvunlnj; n Inmu huinK thN
bnrncr on imploded nnd btirnad "'Ve
itMv
acolorisl rervant.
AV. T. Woiitiiimito.v h doiii,; n bii;
bninni in copy tut; and nutri;iii; old
DafjufirrcotypiK. Amhrolypet and I'lio'.o
graphi, making them lok nf briff lit p
when Crtt taki n. , fvbl'tf
I'r.KPAiitNti Wo aro informed that
thero lmi bev-n ti cront tlemanil for rv?
Tolvori in our city of late. Thu tliiov
nroitlrrlng our pooplc to u 'fnsir of tluty.
Ixt tho th if vim nnd robber, bowuru. ,
lull sale ormchnnifi-, fiOO Kerf, ufcholce
land in Franklin county oti tho contem
plated lino of railroid from St. I.ou' to
Kviintvllle. 1 will cxihunge for (J.iiro
property. C. (.'I.OSl;.
ifhi num.
Srr.A Kr.iinv. Wo undeMand that
tho firccntleld mule nnd hottQ-nYsh ferry
will bo shortly tcplncctl by n steam fcrrv
of sulllclcnt capacity and power to inoit
tho public ileiiiRiicU.
Tn a.nkx. .. I). .Mftthu dinlres to re
turn his thanks to jrMsri. StruUhnul and
Ciln for their usiit!n; htm to capturo
tho burglar who vl.itrsl hit liott'onn Wed
noiday ovenlng.
Taiiki: 11i;thki!s o i I-ovw, will
nerenfter lscop con-tuntly on hand, direct
from thu Katrn tnatiufanlurcrit thu mtv
hot whiter i-liiiinwl ptiriliediipcrm oil, for
sewing muchluui, und till I'uu uinl light
uinehlncry. This oil hn never yot been
suporccJud by any of tho manufactured
oils, us it novcrgum or is iillected by tho
weather. dec'J8tf
KvKiivwit Kite Tho Charter O.ik Stovo
is on salo lit nil thu principal towns nnd
cities throughout thu Smith and West.
All rotpcctablu ilealaM lmvo them,, nnd
consider them thnlr niot rtnplo arti
cle, fcb'-'-.'d&wtf
IMn.AVouTiii.NtjTON'i now l'hotogrupln
loartg illcry iscontlntmlly crodod..'Vby?
somo'tnay ask. "Woman's reason: hccau6Q
hU pictures aro tfio bct inn lo in tho city
or Sluto. No oxcojilion.s, fcbliitf
Whv will our friends run tho risk of bc-
comini; blliul by wearing common Kpocta-
inning at our old friends Tuber llros' llio
well known juwelors and got li pair of
Lazarus & Morris" rcrfoclcd SpocUcfc.
won i tioiay. febldaw&lm
Hoi'mtok County, GX.i'
Doc. 22, 1808, 1
ilmri. Utiltn ($ Co,, Macon, Oa, s
Ukntlkmkn Hlminons' Llvor llcg.
ulator has boon used in mv family nlany
years whii urvav suttow, x recuiulliUU
invaluablo family medicino, nnd take
ploasuro In rocommending It to tho public
Vory respectfully,
.T. 1HIFUS LDElt.
'
feb22d&wlw
4 THE TICKET.
Tho ticket which was put in nomina
tion last Wednesday night, has nothing
to do with politic. It I a protest agaltut
lllt).u,lUtbloVM,frobbrl, and gamjjlerj
who Iiavo had imrnunilv too lone in CatM
aguiiml tho.'o enemies of our proupcrity ' thu lt wuek, has convinced in that It ms
,., , .,-.. U great futuro btforo It. .Not alono by tho
Iwlifinovcr losoan opportunlfy to attempt I resident of tb.tt clly nru tho great Ini
to .Irivo and keen awnv everv cntorn'riio 1 Pwrcmentiln prrfgrdif or cdntcmplatlon to
'
that might build up and populate) tho city
-agalrut Indolenco.in ptulilng forward
..! 1 "
our interests against slip-sliCMi numlnl
ttrutlon f llin I'livernriicnt of the tnunlnl.
pallty, ana, a proclamation in favor of 'en
ergy in our local policies, the establishment
of manufactories, honesty In office, 'tho
discouragement of thn thug practices of
thn gratihoppur bummers who Infest tho
Jevco u,nd watch with evil oyo the coming
of-.strangor; Sipon- t? hoso pockut-liooks
thoy forthwith move with all tho skill of
accomplished' robbers.
There aro men on tho ticket wp tlou-tJ
mcrvn- wttti TOlltrciillv more than blici
and wo havu hud many a hard fight Wlili'
ilenrs. J'ojio and Hurd, when Democrats
llko .Mayor AVIlon, who ' arc now , pre
tending to bo ihockcil by thu nomination
oftlic'i! men, were hand and glove with
tlicm nttempting.to break down the Diiri
ocr i tic urgunkution. Neitlior of-the'e
g'titldiien ml m I ro if, and both iircmtimc!i
oppo.'cd to, T11 k IJuu-ktikmIt. Vllson
or tiny of his peculiar iipmeri5 btit.thoy
havo been -put forward 'by good mcn
gouu i-iiij-.ena tui.un wna nave at ncan
the pro.-perlty of the city, and they havo
alo ylnldcd much of tholr prejudieci
.....i ..1.1....... t.,-i... . ... . 1 j ..x . .
and agreed to support such Democrats as
William UulHday, IJaiti Tuylor, Andrew
aln and .Michael Uowli-y, und why
should thoy not bo met half way ?
Tho ticket was nominated by n meeting
of citizens ofnll complexions of politlei.tho
majority prcicnt being Democrats ;..-hnl
tho mooting was culled by citizens who
guvo us vurbai notlco of tho Intention to
hold it. Thu ticket was Intended to bo a
compromise between the two parties, and
why ahould 'DeinocraU bo dissatisfied?
Tl.y obtain tho Troaiurer, Clerk, Mar-
hal, and onu of tho rielect Councilnicn of
thu city at large. Hut, Democrat 'siy,
thu lU'publicans havo the, candidate forj
Mayor; True,' bill that candidate Is Mr.'
Isutiden, n gentleman who does not take
part in political struggles, and would
tnk! nn cxcelknt officer. Ila bus In bis
oinpoMIon none of the gull of partlsuu
m, and, if elected, will udmlnistcr the
city government uninfluenced by any
tolittcjl consldnrulious. Wo believe tbat
every citizen who has at heart tholntore'ts
of thurify may vote for Mr. I.ansden with
the HMtirnneu that his volo will not bo"
thrown nWHv."""
I'HO FIT.l kUE 1 X VEM'Jtt E.VTS.
;Dllartmauls'now selllntr'at his store
turpriiu boxes from (he. St.J.ouIi SurpriVe
Tho surprise boxes aw worth from fifty
vent to 0110 dollar. lr. It. F. Klpen
burg of our city bought u box yesterday
for one dollar, which contained to his sui.
prliu u silver watch worth fifteen dullun.
A negro nlo, who had fifty cents to sparo
Inycitcdund obtained a bax -containing a
'solldgofd Hng'. . , ".-' - v
In referring to tho store at h'U Louis,
tho 7Vmr 1 says. "Tens OftlKjusands' have
viiltcd'tho ptuco since Jt' .opened,' and all.
wero fiuisiiou." r.very Uox contains the
value of amount Invested.
CAIK01'0ST OFFICE.
Iltomrcrs' K
(Jeo.W. McKeag, rostmaUer; "W. A.
Sloo, u.ii.tunt ; J. K. Ck, chleftlellvcry
clerk; Charles Munn, assistant; K. "W.
Munn chief regNtry clerk; Thus. J. Sloo.
chief distributing .clerk; Kd. U. Jkrber
asiI.Unut j J. A. liedinan, night clerk.
J'K(jito Tiiikk. On "Wednesday even
ing aboutR o'clock, while Mr. Matliiu and
wife wero out, a negro pried a window up
and culor?d the house. Mr. Mathui, re
turning sooner than wits expected, found
tho negro busily engaged in looking lor tho
valuable things of the house. As soon as
Mr. Mathui entered tho room, the nero
thief attempted to escape, but being pre- j
veutoi ran under tho bed. Mr. Matlms
arrested him, uud hu was soon lodged in
Jail. Next morning ho was brought ho
foru 'Siulru Shaunuesty, nnd bound over
In tho sum of $200 for burglary. Failing
to give the tcqnlrod ball, hu was sunt to tho
county Jail.
- -
Fiiuir TitKtiis and Shkuiiiikuy. Wo
Invito attention to a notice elsewhere by
Owen Luf kin, of Villa Kldgo. It will be
soon that he has on hand audi a' variety of
truit trceqnnd shrubbery that ho can sup
ply the demands of erory one. Mr. Luf kin
resides to.noar our city that orders can bu
tilled very promptly, and besides, ho rolies
upon Cairo for a market, and Will toll
only tho choicest varieties. He has been
iu our city for several days and hat taken
large orders. Do not forget that planting
time is near at hand, and that Luf kin it
the man to till your orders.
CuauuEN.'a pictucos a specialty at
Wortbliigtoii's new Photographilo Art
Gallery. fobl9tf
G'AIl.O-IM.ESENT AM) 1'ltOSrECT
4 1VE.
Under thlj head, II. L. Goodall, editor
and proprietor of tho Chicago .Vim, tint.
formerly of tho Timtt, of tbii city, thus ul
cour)8 on Cairo, her trade, railroad, etc.
A "njoitrn of n fow day in Cairo during
no carried out; liut itrangqrs aro iiwuno io
u favorable ldcalloti lor " manufacture!
ouitnotj, nJ" i "",",,:
lirso numbers Tho-proiont pupulntlo
' ortliu oliy U. about I0,OW.
I JOL'UNAhthTlC.
It is .natural for . nowspaptr man to
sjicaK nrsjinif mo puuuuunuiio ji iu n,
and frotrt'tho Intlttonio Ibo'y novo upon
Its prosperity, tliov aru Justly entitled to
tho Dree'edenco. Tho Uci.LKTl.v Is still at
vigorous and nblo as over, nd is tho only
dally paper publHlieu in Uuiro.
" MAXUfACTCHKt. .,
""In addition to t1tomanilactorics nlready
located at Cairo, thcro will soon bo com
tile.tnd and In rtinnlnt; order. 11 larco atraui
box and basket factory , n spoko nnd hub
ructorv: a wacon onu aricuiturnj iroiw
incut i"r,rf n nirnitura factory, ont,
other CHlnbllilituenls which will add large
lyto iho.tlirifrnrtd''rfrOjncr)fy ofthf city,
In tlio manufacture 'of wagon, liirqlturu
ana the woou.work or agricultural imple
ments, no city In tho Union. poioiseti tho
advantages of;Calro, a they huvo nt. their
very uooh tnu vcm 01 iimuer lor iuoso
titirpo.Jc, wulle at Chicago , llio material
tYbrottght prlncIpallyTrom 'So'itlhcrn 1 11 i -noli,
i Z 4
; . if
TilKlWiAL'invrtK
of Cairo li criorutdus tu Kovinco 1 by tho
Mci uiHi uuring tuo six iiionihs cnuing
leli. 1st. tho Illinois Central railroad
alone delivered at that point 22,370 tons,
Thu rccuipta by rivor tiro nt least Ano-thlrd
larger.
HALLWAY IIII0TU:it1
are thn role ngcntf In Illinois of the .groat
Kttnawar a. bull Uomnany, una they
aro in cunttunt receipt of Immense quanti
ties orthfptiro wnitoiait.ottuii company,
irui iiieir aies aro very largo ana con
s'.antlv inereaiilng. Parties in Chicago or
vicinity, who deal in salt will find tho ar
tlclosold by this firm to bo nf an tinrl-
v.uca numy, ana ntcucap as somo inter
ior klndf. ' Lust",' 'Lut not least, In this
brief article on Cairo, is a mention of
' Il KAILIlOAIi.
Ill addltluti lo the railway now In
operation "which ccntro there, thcro is u
fair prospect of an Immediate resumption
of work on tho
CAino ash Vlvcevsi tu il,
operations n which were suipendod about
ono and oue-bal,' year ago, from it want.
01 lunaf. Yt nilu at uatro wo woro shown
a dispatch from Ucn. Hurnsldo, to one "f
our prominent oltlzcns. In which the
General promises thut ho or his agents will
bo at Cairo on the 1st of 3ftirch to makq
arraneeuiontt" for nn Itnmodluto and vlir-
orotwpr'ojccutlon of the enterprise. Tlio
CAIKO AND J ULTOK II. K.
.extending from Cairo to 'Fulton, Ar!:., Is
ridw curtain to bo speedily constructed.
"V...I.... 1 .;.n.. ...I .... .1..
f.f urKiiivii nru iiti'i uii.11 t;ii:ii.i uu buu
Arkansas enti or me route, aim operations
On tho eastern portion will be eommciivcd
In tlio rlnr
There tiro many other Institution; in
Cairo worthy of note; but wu have not
tpaco.for an enumeration orall. 'Woliuvo
mentioned thn most noteworthy, and know
of no placo offering greater Inducements) to
capitalists and muuufacturcN, btiiluos
men and mechatilcs. ('alro has now a
certainty of a prosperous future
ILLINOIS CIIXTKAI, HAILKO.UI.
esv Time Tistilc.
On ami after 12 ;i0, p. m., .Sunday, Dee.
-Hh,(lhcjfiillowing tlniD ta.Mo rlll govern
the arrival' mid departure of parenger
trains nt Calm;
HKPAHT.
Mall train lo.tvcs'at Ik lo n.tit.
KxprcM " uf....'...1...' Sr.to jmii.
St. Louis uud Cairo Kxpreii
leaves nt 1:20 a.m.
Accommodation leave nt...l2;"0 p.m.
AllKlVi:. h
Mairlarrlve?.!?:...J.!.!f...:.... &II5 a.m.
Express arrives .12:21 p.m.
8t. IjouIs nnd Cairo Kvpress
j sarrivci.v..tA.t.'..ifl:lp.in.
Tho last 'named' train leaves St. Louis
nt 10:30 a.m. Traders can lo.ive Cairo at
1:20 11. 111., reach St. Louii at "M a ui., ro-
main In tho city three hour-, an I n ttiin
to Cairo nt I' t-1 p.m., the saute day,
Tho ".'.-3ri m eommolatl .il nn l Ciln. !
and St. Louis ovnrow leiiyuaily; all oth.
er lonvo thlly tJTeif Siimla.s.
U uy nasiungors hliould bear In uilml ;
that tho 3:30 p.ih. train !makus only four
stoppings hetwcitn Uitlr.i und Centrnlla,
vis: Joucsboro, Curbonditle, Do (Jtioln ,'
nnd Ashley. Thu V'M p.m. train stops ' '
at all thu stations along tho route.
JAS. JOHNSON,
dccDtf Agent', Culm.
'r?i:.-TAis50Ti'ci:i-i.' i:.'
U'lirr ll.r(;nlii in Ilry t.'umU .1a- be
III1JIU II.
' A " "Mrt.1lANXV
1
. . , , , I '
H now making niriingomouts for tho open-
J's V "u I'r'"S iniiie.- :.iio iniemi? lining t .
ilia commodious storo -room with
Vliirgrt
! variety of dry goods, coinprbin.,- ladle.' '
dress goods, muslins, lablu limn, carpet-
ing, inattln' and u! tirthlus u.u.tliy found .
tti ki'iu'ilar e.labllshments. i
HU carpets, two ply, three ply and
Hrnsnols, are Ufnowand elegant patterns, '
nnd ohonper than have boon bruturht to
this market. Mr. Hiiuny Intends adding '
to (.I. stock It, thf, particular, at an early
day, and will show such a variety In styles .
and prices that all pu.chaserscan be euiled. 1
in other articles of dry goods Mr. Hanny's
stock will bo low in price, various in kind t
nj , , ' ' 1
ana ot llio best Utiulity.
. 1 1 1 . I
V, T. "VoiiTUiNQTojf seems at homu
in hit now Photograph art gallory. IIo
makes ovorv hodr and vorvbodv'a ebll.
-'-v, -
drcn feel at Immo whllathore, nt hW pic-1
tures of oyorybody nnd ovorybody'a chll-'
drn will .how. Call and see for your-1
telvcs. Over Itockwoll & Co's Hook store
foMOtf - i
COUNCIL.
The mooting of citizens on "Wednesday
night did not ntlompt to dlotalo to tho
electors or tho sovcral wards whon it sug
gested gentlemen as propor porsons to bo
made members of tho seloct Council nnd
Jioard ofAldermnn. Tho electors should
and of couwo will act In reference to this
matter with discretion and wisdom. Lot
"thn best men for tho Council," o their
watchword.
Thk communication of "A Voter" wti
crowded out of this issuo and will appear
to-inorrowmornlng.
I'LHLIC IMl'ROTEMENTS.
Work for Ska IsseossatBar Cltr Ciorarss
ssaesai, I
1'rotnincnt among tho present needs of I
our city, und thut which should receWe the I
Immoderate attention of tho Incoming city
government, is tho filling of Commercial
avenue uUa-o Division street, not to grade,
hut alxivo tlpoagii water. Heretofore,
there has not existed such pressing neces
sity for tin, but now tho manufacturing
cit.:bliihmeuU in process of erection in the
upper part of tho city roust nnd ahould
havo paMabfo meant of converancodurlni?
nn soasons or the year. Tho expenditures
in completing this much nooded improre
mcnt would bo but a trlflo whon compared
with tho good resulting therefrom, not
only to those living nbovo Division itrocl,
but to tho city. "Wo nro not only in favor
of doing the work, but wo favor the doing
of it by Cairo mon and Culro teams. Not
one dollar to bo paid to any ono outsldo of
ourcity. ,
For TntiAuunEP.. Mr. John Hyland
announces himself this morning as it can
didate for City Troasurcr. Mr. Hyland
was Trousurcr and Assessor last year, and
was 11 courteous nnd obliging officer. Ho
says ho is on tho war path, and is going for
his opponent with nil his might.
MEMIIEUS OF THE COUNCIL.
Cairo, III., Fob. 2J, 1B71.
7o the lUlitor of the JiulUtin.
The suggestion of Harman Ablo at the
citizen's meeting, that the mectlnc: had
no right to nominate candidates for the
City Council, is eminently wise, practical
and should bent onco acted upon, Let
tbo citizens fetich' .ward meet and select
Councilman nnd Aldermen In each, who
will best represent their Interests and tho
welfare of trio city, to act in concert with
tho men nominated for the city at large.
Thcro tiro serious objections to the
wholo inovcmont, but- having onco. ben
begun, tnoro is no reason to go back ; the
oniy uopoistogo forward and make tho
miHt-etTectuar-fight iigain.t ''tirnsshoppor
sjiwi, nnu .wu. . ..
The struggle Is nurruwed down tons
plrlng politician', who will rulo or ruin
and rule only to ru 'n. men who onoote
tkoprogrnfour city by licensed out
lawry; opposition to manufactories the
great source of wealth und population nnd
1110 irtif! cittzen wlio will sink tho parti
zan In tlio patriot.
(Tlirti is no half way ground, tho citi
zens ticket must bo elocted or beaten by
Siim.
Tho Democracy havo rofusod to nornln
utea ticket nntl ninny of the best men
have been committed to the chitons'
movement,
.Vow the duty of all scorns clear. meat
nt onco In each ward und nominate good,
truu men for Seloct Council and Alder
men. And the duty of nil good citizens It to
riicrlllco personal feeling and accept auy
trust ottered, which his fellow wardera
think for tho best Interests of all. X
Golii found In Cairo without pick or
shovel, in buying thu best wagons in tho
market, which nru found at tho wagon
factory of J. P. (lomblo, corner of U2d St.
and Ohio lovee, at wholesnle.nnd rotall,
fob22dlw
' e-
Fionrs A llirht occurred veterdav
botween it white man and two noeroes on
Obi,, .UVee, corner of Eighth street. The
iejtit of thu conte.t was, that thu white
Minn whipped the darkle.
Another tight occurred betweeu tho no-
s'lorlou negro Jim Orange and two other
'riegrooi. Jim wnsihuurvedly and thorouh-
whipped.
? H t'lHtdldtttt's' lar(y. ,; . t
J 'Mr.r, Gafl'ney will glvo u-candidates'
party on Monday ovonlng, at her rosld-
ence on AVashlngton .Avenue, turner of
Lull street. Come everybody.
Piawi vok SalicA good tveond'hand
tttillirt rill tlitln sf,a -i.. ,1. a .
' -"!' ' waais. Apply 10
JKWETT "Vir.ffv
leh'.Mdit
St. Charles t Hotel.
"Tatiok Porcelain Photographs all
'b"'-'' y "y w. . Worthing,
l'l llls "ww Ptotograph art gallery,
' febliKf.
KfSSKfSStSSBfifWSSSSSSSSB
A DMIN IN'tTU A'f'OR'N VO- '
-'TICR. - i
,rl l:"'-"0 0f Jneph Otuble. decwweJ.
i'.rt, ,'! Llu !ftt,J '"! Cuaiy of Alexander anJ
Sm?.!
' ,. 7
aiwluch tluio nil nersons harinii claims aaalnst
ralileitaln nro notified and requexte.1 lonlteu.l
for tho purpose of bavin tho same adjusted. All
perhous indebted tu rnd estate am r.qus.i.d lo
tl,cn tmmeill.tn luivment in fhi. iiti.lr.l..n..l
U3Ut duyof r'ary, A.JPjflIM
MOHKs HUTStd.V.
Admlnl.lralor cunt loslatntnto annao.
fuhMHtlte .
r r:
JJOfiTEIW,
,
HANDBILL8, CIRCULAM
And all klrs
,KGA, '"SdSSSF 4a
THE RIVER.
rOKT LIST.
AnntVAi.n.
3tcamcr Jos, Fisk, jr., Faducab.
11
11
11
11
11
11
1.
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11
Arlington, Columbus,
Salvor, Memphis,
Ark. Holle, Kvansvillo,
Tryono, Nnshvillo,
Potomac, Now Orleans,
Nightingale, Ark, Hivor,
Belle, Pittsburg,
Antolopo, St. Loulr,
Warner, Cincinnati,
Mollle Kbert, Now Orleans,
Commonwealth, Now Orleans,
Bollo Ht. Louis, Vloktburg,
St. Josoph, Memphis,
Oran'diowor, SL Iouls,
DKl'AmvitF.S.
Jas, Fisk, jr., Pailocah,
Arlington, Columbus,
SaWor, H. Louis,
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11
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11
11
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11
11
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11
Ard Belle, Kvansvllle,
Tyroao, Nashville.
Potomac, Cincinnati,
Nightingale, 11
Hollo, St. Louis,
Antelope, Pittsburg,
Warner, Now Orloans,
Molliu Kbert, Cincinnati,
St. Mnrys, Kvansvillo,
Commonwealth, St. Louis,
Belto St. Louis,
StJosoph, "
Grand Tower,
9mf Business continues molcrato.
a in 1 a 1 .! . i..
JrirTlio river has risen ten inches sinco
last report.
tST Tho Cumberland is nuuln falling,
with ten feet on Hnrpeth Sho'als.
tof The Warner and. barges received
about 100 tons here.
SkaTTlio Hell St. Louis put oil' 80 head
of cattle here fyr rcslilpmcnt north per
I.C. It. li.
eB-Tlio Mississippi Valley Transport.
ation Co. aro loading one of their barges
hero for Now Orleans.
Srllemember tho Paducah packet Jas,
Fisk, Jr. Suo leavos hero evory day ex
cept Sunday at 6 pin.
sTsVThe Tyrone brought out CO pkgs
hides, 40 pkgs cedar ware, 10 torn cedar
lumber, 4 tons sundries, for St. Louis.(
Bmf Tho Mississippi it about stationary
at St. Louis, with eight foot water to that
city, and twenty-Bto feet from Cairo to
the gulf.
10-Tho Ohio la' falling at Pittsburg,
with nine feet in the channol but rising at
Louisville with seven and a half foot wa
ter in tho chute down the falls.
tSrOur citizens will have an opportu
nity of witnessing the working of the
newly inventod life-boat, this ii'iornlng
between nine and ten
wharfboat.
o'clock, nt thu city
iOrTho weather waa cloudy nearly
all of yesterday. Tho tcmpcraturu varied
from 10 degrees In tho morning to 05 dc
grccs nt noon nnd CO In thu nvenlng.
high wind from tho south prevailed all
day.
DeS Tho Arkansas Bello brought out a
splondld trip. Sho had over COO pkg
furniture, 100 libit meal and Hour, 134
bill pork, 73 bblt potatoes, 10 bill egg',
I30ekscorn, 31 csk meat, lis tlorccs lard
20 kgs lard, ! head cattle, and several lots
sundries for rcshfpmout south.
& Tho Jul. Fisk, Jr., brought out 0
caddies tobacco, CO bacon casks far reshlp-
monl to St. Louis, -10 caddies tobacco, iO
bzs handles, 38 plows, 5 torn sundrlo for
rcshlpment South, end the following for
Cairo: Chas. Galligher 'Mi Qour bbls.
C. 11. Woodward, 4 bars Iron. G. D.
Williamson 8 sko oats. W. U. Green,
lot sundries.
NEW .ADVERTISEMENTS
y-OOD ! H 4MI ! ! WOll 1 1 !
Thn lindeMhjUtd uillfurill'h
Hurd iiu1 lry Wood
M Aa Cheap, ir ssot CUcayer
t hun any wnnd-lealrr 111 t'alrn. Leave orders at
ihel'nstMifBcoand al llincoriivrofliihStreelaud
M'sshlaulon Avrniie, I le iteod inrH.tirn Hr.d
Hllleurd th ond ill.. DKN.V1S IIAI.IIY.
February ttml, IN7I.
Qiti:. i.ti iux.
HURSERYMfaN & FLORIST,
l'KOl'AGATOIt AND DEAI.KlllN
sVsuli autl Urunirsrsslal Tree, Nhrub
Uvaue Vine. Uretnlinuae 11 ml
licilillus; IWauta, At'., Ac.
Villa - - Hicltre.
N. II. Utly urderp oicito4 ruiil imptl
Ha u um m
JB.
N. nAKRKL,
ir
OsUUCft IN
Bair Fixtures,
tiliAWWAIE HOUSK
IlfO GOODS,
115 aad:i87 COIMERCIAL AVEIIUE
CmXr, TkmmUty
jgVSlHSIiel.CABM.
BILL HKAaVK, .
WKVtM UaIKO,
UBTTBK HaURH,
OTIC'E.
ITnlUrl BltUa A( iv Al ......
1 1. 1 """" onmnfrn Uinuia
wucr-Mi on mniiin nay 01 FurntT A. T
l?1 l Hlrttfi t.'lA.,Aa VsV P -ai '"'l," V
inn uitirrirr. ixinrirtr t a irniiatri uti. - k
nrtuincm svimncioi iiunoii, ftRti&ni the lUnm
lxat Loularillp, her bnaU, taoklv, tpMrftl vnd fur
nltliptn n rn V I n Lf lh Ms ilia atmn sni l...s..
10 pty to nam i.uruanii vna ium of (1420) (oar hun
ilriMi and twenty DoIIath, au-lwherww. by tirtu c
process in due form of law, to tnodirMtH, t
Inrnahla I It as Araf vn.1sait It V.Mtm la-i L
ftro'i upon ana ink on tne iua tearnboat Lot
IIIm Visas lifialltl. ! . sklrirsaeinM Sinf4 kaa IV.
in hit cuiiouj.
svr ... i a. ..I.m ! as-. a - m .1 a a .
iVia IThIIa.I UfntAei s,tt ksal ttailla, aa.a
SiuiiVQ li st'" kiiviis sssaip SVIVM le VWUl O
USD UUIirn Mr"' at rm ssrsis stssv VIIIWU OHIS
Court room n the city af Cifo, on thft flrtt Moo-
.Isitfln aittrrth 1&71. ffsfthf Mmlttt thm mmlt ntn.
haro or claim aojr iaterest thertln, are hsrsby
filing i lt i.rf uiMtr At the. tlma anil nliue Bfa.a.
api. sail 1 1 i in iiniieiui ununiai aasii eat a ifci nuii v wu
eatd.nmowcan.e, if anTtnynaTe,nyaecre
ehouhl not bn rendered In accordance ssttn to
prayer of aalil libol. Juurs li. kuui i ,
Hy Peterflaup, Ueputy. V. 8. Marshal
cflro, IH., r'ebruary II, 18T0.-fehlWHt
STEAMBOATS.
CAIRO AND NASnVILLK
PACKETS,
tho following steamers leare Cairo
r"OR N AHUVILLE
on tint il.iys and al the hoitbatow.nam4
TALISMAN, Every Monday at 6 p.m. ;
TYP.ONE, Every Thursday, at 5 p.m. j
LUMSDEN, Evory Saturday, at G p.m.
For Freight or Passnro apply on board, or to
BIGGS & 3IALLOHY,
onir7ltr 75 OUIO LEVKK.
CAIRO AND PABCCAH
DAII.V PACKET.
The beautiful aatl light drenght steamer
JAMES FISK, JR
iiohmky .ft:nL.ET...... itstir.
I.ente. Cairo dallr at 5 p.m., ajil I'aducsh dally
at 9 a.m. Hating superior accommodations ih
roltclt public patrauane.
HrccMtaasor Arias Co.,
FLOUR
AND
General Commission Merchant
So. M.?, Ohio Levcc,
novlltf CAIRO, ILL.
J. V. MathttM. - E. C. Uhl
jyjA'riiiJss stcVHiv,
FLO U R
CommissMMi Merchants
lSSOhlolrefnOILLINOIS.
8ielal attention (tlren lo thnpnrehaaaadssla
TTLQXJR & GrRA-IJST
jAo. ii. pmixiia,
pjiieeoaaorto Parker rhlttts.J'
OENCRAL.
COM MISSION
Ssisssm4IIsss) I J '
FORWARDING MERCHANT
And Dealer la
Flour, Mfcnl, Hay, Cora, Oau,
Bran. j
Cor.lOtht. &Ohio Levee
CAIHO, IIXIlfOI.'
PEOPLES' MOT MARKET
CHAM. flAYKR & CO., Propr.,
Keen constantly oa hand th best of Beef. Pork,
Mutter, Vest, Lamb, Hansaie, ruddlox. etc
Kre.h wbitrtlard In anv Auantliv.oarnadbaef. eie..
alwavi vn hand. , I
irriirr rued nromptlr and alltractldn war
ranted.
febTdtf
1
BUTCHER.
AND DEALER IN ALL
KINDS OF FRESH MEATS
Cor. IOUi uud Poplar St., i
Cairo, - - - Illinois.
Iltirsanil slsttihtcrs onlrtha best eatlU. huei
au I ulisep.and la praoared to fill auy dasaaad for
fresh nicants from on pound to tan thotieaad
aaads. dc'J0dlI MB
ALTEU eV M ALOW. '
Butchori
AND DEALERS IN
FRESH MEAT
Eighth St., between Washlnglofi A
s-umincrciai hvv.,
AilJotuliiK Ultlesshossta v Hessssjr'.
Keen the best of nef. Pork. Mutton. Veal, Lamb,
bu.Ke, nf and aro jirniiated W rr ciltsVii
in the nioM acceitatl Diino". ocUtdlf
JOBEKT MkTbACU
Butcher
AND
Sausage MaWr
A OPPOSITE THE COURT U0U8E,
Culro, e
sar Ordtjrs tiled prewptly and
ho fullest satisfaction . guarran-
toed... . r. r
)Uioan , ,1 fl
B P.I'arter
"B..F. Blak'
WHITE LEAD. ZUfC.-lliS
WWftW (.Lwa a P-tty.
a-sassk, WaU Paper, Wladew Ba
9 OUIO LEVEE,
Oaii'o - - - - IllinoH
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