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, f MttCAL WIATHi REPORT.
April 3, 10:11 P.m., J
TkarsSMMtsr. 67 dsgrsss.
Wktslfi. W. Velocity 10 miles per hour,
lttJpSrtUTe lor lUl lit num.,
Usspsrsturs lor the lut24 hours,
Pwrsilts wind for Urt 24 hours, s.
TttsUiaaber ofHs traveled by wind
ObMrrsr 8ifsal Service. U. B. A.
TO SKCURB THK I.N9KIITION OF AX AN-
xoracnnarr ix;THBKt'ixr.txTiii: rtmLi-
CATION TKX MUST,' UK TAIK WIIKS THK
AXXOUSCEMBNT 18 nASDKIJ IN. THIS til LE
WILL XX STRICTLY ADUKHEII TO. CITY
orricxa 5; warp oiticeks, ?2.
KOU CITY CLJillK.
We arc authorised to niniounce Michael
J, Howlcy m a candidate, for rc-clcctlon to
u.. u. r cn7 rwv,ttUo vimihlnK
Editor Uullktin : You will iloac an
nounce tiut I tm a candidate for tin oillee
of city clerk at the ensuing cllarlcr election.
5-M2-td ,Y. K. IUwki.vs.
TOR CITY TREASURER;
Xx. Editor: By rriuet of i number of
dtltrns pieatc announce my tuuiir a' can
iMdste for the cAoc of dry Treasurer i the
niulnt; elurwc- litnrsi'a.
fX CUT ATTORXEY.
We are acthorUed to announce that II.
Wtton Webb li a candidate for re-election
tothsofleeofcitr attorney at the enjoins
JUl Jno: By request of many
cUIieat, pletM asaoanc m ai a candi
date for the cfiee of City Attorney, at
the ssuaisg charter election.
HaaMox g. Black.
KOOMS TO RENT.
In WUcex block, "Wsuhington aTenue,
at the lowest Cgura. 10 1-3-if.
jMtreoeiTSjAat HospU' an invoice cf
BM spectaclM and y-glaaie.
Fob Sali $2,000 U city scrip. For
eale In qautitles to suit the parchuer
Apply to H.T. Gerould.
Tom Sale or Excu.aj.qs A Farm
bsjw Villa Bidgs jood ho cm and young
orchard. Iaqoire at this oc or aJdreu
T. B. Farri.v.
H4-3-K-tT UlUn, 111.
Mm. BumoLs U prtprtvl to bleach
aid Txata hau a&d bcc&ttt ii Vi.e bci.
fpreTea styU, ai-d ir a atw to tire
tire aifatii. Call at h
ob 7iihsaak. tsri ltit& "Waisst atl
Oedsc ty. I-1M.'
Thb LAJKSrr s-sscr Itri tci
let seta, vstssr eocrt, Uii. ial ari a
lemerml stock of tinware itorw ertr of
fered la Cairo may U fcd,chtap4r thin
theekeapwt, at C. W. Hendenon'i, No.
IX) Commercial avenue. 23S 3-1 4-1 tn.
Attention, Bough and Ready Kire
Copaaj. Thera will be an election at
the next regular meeting; April Cth to
tilths vietncy in the boird of directors.
Ali members are requested to bo preiont.
It 4--3t jAg. Gahh, Soc'y.
Fox BEBT.Ths brick homo situated
comar Third street and Commorclal hvo
u. The houto hat been put in good re
pair throughout and Is well arranged for
a hotel or bearding house, alto rooms to
resrton Third street. Inquiro of "VVtn.
Mellale, No. 0, Winter's block.
Milk "Waqok. I niu commenco run
nlag a milk wagon on Monday mornlni
Vebnury 23. 1 will continuo it all sum
mer, and respectfully solicit your patron
age. UUk will bo dolivorod to any n(
InthaeltT. dallv mornlni? and ovnnlm.
Orders may be gWen to tho driver of the
wagon or left at my Ice stand, No 81 Ohio
"m-2.ai.tf Q'0RC1C Y0CWM'
All persons having claims against me
ara requested to prosent them for psy
Btaat within the next ten days, as 1 shall
depart on the 10th lost. All person in
debUdto moaro requested to make Im
medlaU payment. 1 can be found any
day twtwetn tho hours of 1 and 3 o'clock
at the fit Charles hotel. H.Lbvv.
uatro, April 1, 1874. 2 1-1-Ot
Wbs. JChlers wishes to Inform the nul
lio that he has just recoivod a largo stock
of imported French calf and Morocco
immr irom Adolpb nickel, of C'incin
nati, direct importers, and ho can thuro
fort warrant all his work to bo of not only
th best manufacture, but of tho vory
beet material. Any one who dchlro flno
Boots, Shoes or Oaltors will find It to
their interest to call on Mr. Ehlors at his
shop, 20th street, and examine his stock
and styles before ordering elsewhere.
203 3-4-1 m
Mrs. M. Bwander has just illlod
bet atora room with a line stock of
eprlag mlllinsry and all kinds of fancy
good and notions. Her ready-trimmed
kato and Unnets surpass anything evor
brooght to Cairo ; the young and tho old
lady, the bride and the widow will And
BSBOBg them just what she wants In the
way of a bat or bonnet. Mrs. Bwandor
baa also brought a beautiful asiottmont of
towers and trimmings, sash ribbons, col
IBM, UBdersleevei, etc., etc. The ladles
bi atpMlally invited to call and examine
(via ad prices. All goods marked In
plata tgures, 17 4J.lm.
jrOTIOB TO AUROBA V. AND M.
IHB. OO, POLICY 110L.OKHS
AaBnon holding a policy bearing
Mksjr f tha following numbers, viz;
Ms, lMf, 16173, 11174, 15170, 1M7C
4 i178, will please report tho sax e by
BBftll to O. W. Quin, 207 N. Sd street, St.
IrBtr. Mo u Mid policies were imprup
ly bisMetkr BBMtborized parties, Mid
swail to bar boon stolen, tbey are
IMBtly in fore. Uy reporting
aao mt abov directed the criminal
BM7 bo foaad and puaiebed. O. W. CJuin.
OBiatwaT Oobjsbb at the Atheneum to
TUESDAY, A1MUI. 7, 1871.
Someboily to Mke from us n tliomaiul bill
lieail, good jiaper and Iludy pi lute J, for
linn tlin1lt.mil afatntmantj fr1nf pit nt '1111
llt Lt.KTiN otllcc lor e;i.ro.
Ono llimmand unto head?, prlnkd at Tub
llt'LLBTiN o(Uce for $1.00; two thousand lor
One thousand hn.liiij rarili. linn 11rl.ini
board, printed nt Tut: IIui.i.kti.n otllcc lor
from $'J..iO to S'l.W. acronilii); to size.
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
SuEKtrr Ikvi.v has roturnod from &
cbaso aftor three darktoi. lio captured
tho boys. Whonovor llnm goos for a
fellow the fellow it turo to come.
Major "Wilcox, of tho C. A V. mil
road, returned to tho city yeiterday. Ho
hat been in attendance upon tho froiglit
ad putongor agents' convention lately
in leition at lndlanapolii.
Col. Saftord bc!rs tho bluihing hon
ors of mombcr of tho board of education
with bcomlngtc:odtsty. He don t teel
proud; but then bo was onco n city
father, a fact that f urniihet an explana
tion of hit inditlercnce to tho honors
thowersd upon him on In. Saturday.
Jack Aliiex, of the '.Vienna 'New,
was in the city yeitcrday. Wn knew
Jack in SprlcgdeM and we cin teillfy
that he it a very proper man. lie was
our church companion, and In hit com
pany we attended alt the numcroui
temperance meetings that wcro bol l In
that intoxicating village latt wlntor.
Dr. Casey, one of tho ablo representa
tive! of the adjoining senatorial district
in the lower heme of tho general astern-
bly, was in the city on Saturday, but did
not show hit beautiful countenance to
Tub Bcllbtix. The doctor wat ono of
mott popular members of the houie and
had a great deal of induenco with his fel-low-memberi.
He know how to "set ud"
;i, and would raiko an excellent
member of the lower homo of congress
from ttnt district. His Democracy can
not be doubted, and yet he ii cot one of
the hold-bick politicians.
Ton Winter, the 'Uasitte' declares, It
a married man and congratulate! him.
So do we, an! wiih him a four-imie
wagon lovi of kippiaeti. ""c are
tpvl to rsn into rhyme. We will if
w di i- tie atump'. :
Wi "Aar lf i W icy a I
U;r. ti ut Lrii it iut una.
Tit ir.sm, Thick ia
Tv. tjrmtt drc4;f hi ntlt .txi,
TVe wl&iceaililzi m tfct treri,
.blroico cf rtirct ut k.irJ
To i ii tlnjthc ixidczal Lretr.
I!ul jrca, Ttxi Winter, t jrsux fcrtJe
WE Ul tilamhin, Dot the ffixt,
And all the let In tachlor ajr
In her dcrction will be latl.
Th Wiater of her ditconlent,
Tom Winter you can ner L ,
At. J, bright withbliM of rnarnot lov.
Your lives will Uih be tumtaery.
May Winter'! froit ne'er nipthe tul
Tom Winter of your nuptial joy,
And every year or two be made
Hright by a baby Ctrl or boy.
A (Juikt Rack. Tho controversy bo
twoen Webb and lilack, for tho City At
torneyship, is as quiet as tho insido of n
church building on u weok day.
TttEAsuiiKr.. It is B,id lllnko will givo
Rittenhouso a tusslo for tho City Trcaaury-
ship, and it is just poeslMo that Tom Iialll.
day may yet concludo to go into tho ring
with both thojo champions.
Jkwett. Jowott Wilcox lias boon
montionod as a probablo candldnto for ftl-
dorman in tho tlrst ward. Mlno host
would make an oxcollont alderman, has
a good round paunch and tho raro articlo
of common sonto but unfortunately he
has not boon a your in Illinois, Ho wan
dared away to .St. Xiouls uftor strange
godr, and wiring In und wiring out, lost
his rosldunce in Cairo. Whon ho ruturned
wo killed tho faltod calf and rejoice.!, atid
now are called to rogrot that wo ciiti't
mako him an aldorinau.
The Council. Tho pooplo of Cairo
should novor allow tho election of mcin-
borsof tho city council to go by default
Thoy should bo careful that tho vory best
meu aro elected. A council of wiso and
enterprising citizens can do much for 'tho
proipority of tho city, whllo a council ol
weak men will always inflict injury upon
overy intorctt of tho municipality. It is
timo we should bo catting about for can
didates. Nino momborsaro to bo elected,
and nlno of our boat citizout should bo
pressed into tho service
"Sweet William." Wo havo boon
inforinod that Mr. Willlom Scott, who it
a "tradlngtomo" sort of u colorod politi
cian, and who dodt not boliovu an oloctlon
should bo allowed to occur boforo ho tiai
had an opportunity to put a dlmo or two
in hla honest pockut, is disgusted with tho
progressing canvast for city olllcers. it
It too dull for William. Thoro nro not
candidates enough. Having dono a little
already towardt multiplying tho nuinbor,
William has concluded to induce hit
friends to run for tho several ofllcot to ba
filled at the approaching election. Ho
will probably promulgate hit ticket with
in a few days. All hit oll'ortt to penuado
Mr. l'upo to run for City Attorney havo
been unavailing. '
The Late School .Election, Thoro
was considerable fueling on last Saturday
in tho canvass for member of tho board
of education. Thu question of color wtt
tho issue. The colored men of thu city,
r at least a large number of them, con
cluded they ought to havo a representa
tive on tho board, and J. W. Williams, un
intelligent colorod man, was put forward.
He made a sprightly campaign, but was
loft by majority of sovoral liundrod
votes. The colorod pooplo of tho city
should not, as they nrd always too apt to
do, mako color an luuo in election!.
Thoy liavo cotno to tho conclusion that no
mattor bow good a roan may bo, if ho Is
a whito man thoy ought to voto for tho
colored man, no mattor how incompetont
ho may bo. This may bo woll enough for
awhile, but in tho end tho colorod men of
tho city will And it a losing game If
thoy uompol the whites to combine, thoy
cannot hopo to stand long agnlnpt tho
Firm "WAnn. A petition hat boon
clrculatod in tho Fifth Ward, requesting
Hon. .1. P. (lain bio to become a candidato
for alderman. Tho petition It as follows t
Aviili. -J, 1871.
Mr. .1. P. O.vMnLK. Wo, tho undor
fiyncd, votcrt of tho Fifth ward ol Cairo,
Illinois, would respectfully solicit that
you become a candidato for aldorinau at
tho ontulng oloctlon :
W Raines, O T Eatnos,
O Munn, W V Motlor,
llcnj Southard, J S McGahoy,
0 Armstrong, O Lnncattcr,
C It llowoll, F Morgan,
Wm Nortor, H .Martin,
O llonncr, Foter Kasley,
W II Jordan, 1) N Farmer,
JnoOrugo, T .lonco,
Lewis Mvdder, Donnls Moore,
A Carror, Cut Llmborman,
Jat Solvoy, A Samms,
M Smith, (I Hortcr,
M Kiwardt U Thoma,
Wm Green, Geo IlubbnrJ,
Dennit llrushor, .1 T Wolch,
Aonry Kenst, Wm Uohlor,
J no Doarch, Thot I'flce,
M H Smith, T Clark,
Wm MeaN, I. Gibson,
Wm Hays, D Dunbar,
.1 AYashington, J no I.ucas,
Wm Hates, Chas Houtling,
J Tyler, Henry Slant,
J Fr.moro, Howard Roberts,
Wm Smith, .Ino AVilliams,
R January, J U Rruett,
CtXDEDELLA AND CtttMNEY CORNER
at the Atheneum to-night
RETAIN THK l'RESKNT TKAOHEIIS
It will be gratifying to tho readers ot
Tuk Bulletin to loam that tho public
schools of Cairo aro, at tho present time,
in a most flourishing condition, and that
under their present management, itnporvo
mentand progress among tho pupils in
the various grades aro the marked char
acteristics, and that a high standard of
excellence pervadot all tho ditl'sr
It is rarely tho csf that so many really
able and competent teachers aro employed
in to small a radius as ar now following
their chosen avocation wkhin tho limits
of our city. And when wo say compe
tent, we mean sot only thoso who are fit
ted by education fur this pursuit, and who
follow it from inclination, but tbo.e who
have a natural facility tot imparting In
formation to other, without which, no
one, no matter how well educate), can be
come a successful teacher.
To Frof. Alvord, tho superintendent of
our schools, tho psoplo of Cairo owo
much, for it has been through hit untiring
zeal and energy that our schools havo
been placod in tho excellent condition that
wo find them.
Tho higher branches taught in tho high
tchool, to which l'rof. Alvord gavo tho
gro&ter part of his attontion, ombracotnll
tho varied telonecs usually taught In Out
class seminaries, and it has been tho aim
of tho profossor not only to givo hit pu
pils a theoretical knowlodgo of tho differ
ent branches of loarnlng which thoy aro
pursuing, but at tho tamo timo to
mako thorn practical and accomplished
scholars. Tho system of Imparting in
struction adopted by him h eminently
calculated to develop tho minds and per
coptlvo facultlos ot tho pupil, qualifying
thorn to tiiovo in any sphoro in lifo in
which tboir lot may bo cast, with credit
and honor to thcmtolvos, and to tho advan
tago of tho community in which thoy may
in after lifo reside.
W hon wo began this articlo, it was our
intontion to pay our rcspocts to each of
tho dilloront dopartmonts of our schools,
giving a thort account of tho brancbos
taught in thorn and by whom, but owing
to tho amount of labor required to mako
tho changes in tho "gut up" of Tup. Bul
letin m it appoard thU morning, wo havo
fotlnd it impossible to do so at this time,
and do both tcachors and pupils juitlco.
This much wo will say howovor, wo be
litivo tho board of oducatiou can best
pleaso tho pooplo of Cairo by rotuinlng n
many of tho prosont tcaehcra at posslnlo.
Frof. Alvord and his nntiro rorp, Mist
M. A. Hawkins, Mist Wumpln, Miss M.
Hawkins and Mist Rots, lonchurs in tho
high school building j Miss l'hilll, Miss
Aubory, Mias Houston, Miss Krat
zingor, Miss Thompson and Mist McKoo
of the Thirteenth street school;
-Mist Rogers of tho Kiovonth strout, and
Miss Wulbridgn of thu F.ightoonth ssroct
schools, all havo proven thumsolvca ex
cellent teachers, nnd wo boliovu it tho al
most unanimous wish of tho public that
thoy bo rotainod if poEsihlo.
Tho colorod schools aro alton in u pros
perous condition, and wo boliovu it would
b bad polloy to chango tho teacliert in
them at this timo.
Oiniuhki.la. to.night at tho Athe
neum. Flit. Early yosturday forenoon flro
was discovered In tho roof of Halllday
Hros.' warehouse, opposite tho St. Charles
hotel. HuckcU woro brought into roqul
tltlon, and undor tho direction of Msjor
Hulllday, Capt. Wright and Matt. Clark
thu Haines woro soon extinguished ; not,
however, until a holo llvo or six foot square
had boon burned in tho roof. It it not
known how tho flro originated, at It caught
sovural foot from tho flue. It it suppotod,
however, that thoro wat ndofuct In it, and
thatatipnrk oteaped and lodged among
tho dry thlnglus. At tho timo thoro wat
tieurly 1,000 barrels of Hour, an Iramonso
quantity of grain, invural hundred barrolt
of lard and a largo quantity of salt pork
lu the warehouto.
Chimney Corner to-night,
WHAT THE DOCTOR KNOWS
Ali:)UT THE HODY,
AND AROUT THE HODY POLITIC.
DOWN UPON QUACK'S OF EVERY
Last night was not plonsant. A chilly
ntmosphoro rondorod it vory disagrooablf,
but, novorlholost, tho patrons of tho High
School Courso of Froo Loclures woro out
in rotpoctablo numbors to listen to Dr.
lirlgham spoak his pioco,
Tho doctor oponod poollcally bv roclt-
ing with propor nccont, tho annonymous
poom addrostod to a skoloton, nftor which
ho requcstod olo.o and critical attention
whllo ho should discusi physical nnd pollt
In tho opinion of tho doctor it is very
important that hyglono and genoral sani
tary s:lonco should bo tindors'.ood by tho
pooplo, nnd that greater effort should bo
mado to teach this important knowlodgo.
Political economy was troatod as tho
next most important branch of human
knowlodgo, and tho doctor had no doubt tho
timo would como when tho laws of health,
of physiology and of political economy
would bo thoroughly known, nnd would
kill off quack doctors, quack lawyers, and
Tho doctor thon spoko of tho clnso con
nection of tho material nnd spiritual in
man, and tho imporlnnco of healthy and
puro moral conditions to mental manifes
tations. Tho complex nnd wonderful
organ, the brain, as tho yreat conter of
tho nervous system, its curious ramlllca
tiont to all parts of tho body, and tho
Inability of any organ to work or perform
its function without tho icllucnco
of tho ncrvo forco was
clonrly set forth. This forco being ono ol
tho correlations derived from tho blool and
tho blood being mado of food, It Important
that healthy food should bo eaten, to that
tho right kind of forco may bo supplied to
tho nerves and brains, Tho injury of exces
tivo action in any ono organ, nnd tho bad
results to othor parts of tho body, result
ing trom this cxcostivo nction, was ex
plained as affording n strong argument
for temperenco in ail things. Tho speak
er taid that it wm vory important for all
to know '.hi proper distribution of tho
forces at .jr commanJ. Tho autoganitm
of life and doath, of health and disease,
was illustrated as phenomena belonging
to organic existence. Tho now Impene
trability of many things connected with
the lifo phenomena, would, the doctor
thought, bo exphlnod by tho ndvance of
iciontific knowledge. A thorough know
ledge o! tho facts surrounding ui in this
life, was of very great importanco to all
travelers along lifo's rugged and tiresome
Science, said tho lecturer, 13 but u
knowlodgo of tho fact? around us, and
hence scientific knowledge would yet teach
mankind to bo true, good nnd groat.
A brief sketch of anatomy was given,
followed by an analysis of sight and hear
ing, or tho philosophy of lighte, and sound
Tho curious or rather strango assortion
was mado "That tho univerte, without
intolligoncst to organized at to rccolvo
impressions from modulations in tho vari
out fluids surrounding u,' would bo at si
lent at tho tomb and as dark at night,"
and ho said tho doaf and blind nro proofs
of this fact.
Tho doctor took tho position that colors
weromorely different wave lengths in tho
othorlc sen, and ono color ns primary a a
In conclusion, tho spcohor raid liia ob
ject had been to tlimulato all to etrivo to
attain that montnl culturo that would aid
all in living higher and nobler livos, For
gonulno education enabled all to compro
bond tho wondrous boautics and sources
of puro nnd healthful lives. In tho boun
ties of hoavon education also made us
awaro of tho Tact that physical degrada
tion helps moral degradation. Ho said
our education should be so conducted as
to givo a groator aggrcgato of powor to
do good in tho world. Ho quotod from
Dr. Carpenter, stating that naturo waB a
kingdom or orderly ovolution nnd thnt it
had never been Invadod by anarchy, or by
anything protornatural or supernatural,
and thorcforo It was tho groat prlvilogo of
man to ttudy to comprohond this or
dor. lio also'etatod that an education
In political economy must bo such ns
would givo eoula to our politicians and
such eoula as would love justico and act
for tho public good. All cltizons should
bo educated to roalizo tho responsibilities
of citizonthlp, and should ho charllablo
In tho groat aoarch aftor truth and not ho
Go to tho Athonoum to-night.
lluitoi.ARv. Hotweon twolvo and ono
o'clock this morning, u burglar broko
Into tho residence of Mr. O. ,CIoto, nnd
ontorlng tho slcoping upartmont whoro
Mr. and Mrs. Closo woro In bod, stolo a
Quo gold watch and a pocket book contain
ing tevernl dollars in currency from Mr.
Close's pocket. Mrs. C, waking up, dis
covered tho rascal, and aroused hor hus
band who pavo chnso. lio mado good his
oscapc, however, and Mr, Closo it short
watch and curroncy. Ho could not
givo a description of tho burglar.
Rewarh, If the porsou who plckod up
r lady's mull' lately will return it to Dr.
11, Wurdner'n olllco, 111 Commercial avo
nuo, n llhural rownrd will bo paid him or
( Lost. A black pocket book, containing
throo ton dollar bills, olght onos nnd n two
dollar bill In the loft sido. Alto a noto
for ?'J0 or $!!5 against John Jonosj n fifty
dollar noto and, sovoral dollars in frac
tional currency, In all about ?!5. A ro
ward of ton dollars to tho Undor.
at Wm. Elliott.
Second-hand clothing, watchoi, jewelry,
pittolt, ice, bought and told, Also a lot
llrutsoU' carpot, furniture, eta., for talo.
Oiipoeito Cairo and Vincouni'S railroad
depot. 1H8-2-27-11 M. CoYNK
THE ENTERTAINMENT AT THE
CINDERELLA AND CHIMNEY
To Metsrt. U. U. Candoo, W. H. Morris,
W. F. Gilbort, and all othor partici
pants In tho lato ontortilninoni at Mr,
The undersignod having witnessed with
ploaturo tho lato rendition of "OindorelK"
by tho ladies und gentlemen of Cairo,
givon for tho purpose of rising funds for
tho purchaso of an organ for tho Episco
pal Church of Cairo, and believing that
others, who woro in consoquonco of tho
Inclemency of tho woathor deprived of
that pleasure, ns ourselves, aro desirout of
witnessing a repetition of tho play, would
most rrspectfully ask of you another per
form&nco ol "ClndorelK" at your oarliust
convenience, and in tome suitable place
whoro tho characters can bo moro fully
reprosontod nnd moro room givon the per
formance would tugboat tho Athoncum
as a propor pla:e.
An oarly roply is rospoctfully solicited.
lours truly, etc.,
Alox II Irvin,
W P Halllday,
R P Robblnt,
W U Oilbort,
S Stoats Taylor,
W R Smith, M I),
Thos W Halliday,
Dr C W Dunning,
Goo W McICoaig,
II L Halliday,
In accordnnco with tho nbovo roquost a
will bo givon, on which occasion will also
"THE CHIMNEY CORNER."
I'eter I'roblly. aged M W II Morrlt
John 1'roblty. aged 2.1 .M I' idl.eit
Solomon 1'rublty, aged 111 II II L'andce
Charles Chetty Vt fi llobbim
Sifter " " Mooil
Tatty Probity, wile of l'cter...Mrs. W 1' Halliday
(irace Kmcry Mi" Anna Titcher
;ln.lerell.i M" Wm JVInttr
Prince 'l ruelove M I ''Jll'erl
Iinl Nimblewlli II Morris
Jtarnuin Niddlcnoddle V Holiblns
l)rd Klddlededee 11 H Wood
Alberto Hoderlgo Huberto Uiraldn
tjffj.gn Jim jiaynfi
llaron Tumble-down Dieary II II Candtc
Unary .nil1) II iiiiu.iwi
eda MI.S w r siai.i.ii'ai
t A ntt.i.U.lim.V.vi.
ilU .. .11 1 W " 11 V.A.1'1.1.
Itoseleal, the I'a ty dod-
mother u( UndeillU Mm A II Sa i lord
vioietbud .r",s,"V'T '!
Carnation .Mi ,la,'y Gardner
llaly ..iiin omn" ririuiHB
ltlucbcll . " n"y rncner
Courtiers, MUJIOI, iuaru., etc.
lor sale at Mailman's. VXwri ojcii nt 7, to com
mence at 8 o'clock. 1-5-ld
AVk havo sotnothini; new in tho way ol
half-Bheot pottort, which wo think aro
lust tho thine for tho spri.ig trado. Thoy
" . i l .-f lfA.
consist of tlx utucroni ueatgni), umo-
graphod, with mortises and margins for
printing. Two of tho cuts aro suitable
lor any bushiest j tho othor four for boots
and thoos, photoRrapiiere, urugKista anil
dry (;oodt. Vf'a havo but ono liundrod of
oach cut, and will furnish thorn printed at
Cincinnati pricct. Wo havo also tomo
fancy cards. Tho "languago or Ilowors,
ton designs; "Foquot," twolvo designs
Opera," lour designs aud "Comio" cants
twenty-four designs which wo furnish
prlntod at $10 to SlU per il, Cincinnati
pricot. Who wants them? Don't all
poalc at oneo 103.2.10-31
Ono second hand 7 octavo piano, f 200;
two second hand C ortavo pianos, etch
t'J); one tocond hand parlor organ,- SCO,
cash. MAV 1'iUI.LKB,
l-4-l-Ct C'aro of FaiilSchuh't drugstore.
A TJtUB STOHV,
(lood filends, pay me mention.
And story I'll relate,
T'ls not of n convention, ' '
Nor a quellon,'yet or state,
Hut a fl.iln, unvarnttlied story,
, Of a man both good ami fair,
Whoe ambition was trua glory,
And whose excellence was rare.
A ion of tatle, this youth was he,
' Ills hands were rough and brown,
Andmitth and Tun beamed In lilitye
Of this youth who ploughed the j; round,
He loved iilte well a country las
A lass of beauteous meln,
Whole beauty wm sweet as new mowngra",
.She was a rustic queen,
1 hit youth cnt day, !th he ut o'er Kin,
With love at pure as snow,
Arraed In hit best bib and luek--Unto
his queen did go,
To her he ipike In accents sweet
Of love and ftture blli,
lie saldhlf Joy would be complete
lfthe wouldbut be hU.
Oh, .lolin, the laid, I love you well,
And fain would be your de4r,
Hut dohn but but .lohn, I lute to I'll
I cannot now I fear,
You lee, dear John your tun tln't good
Your clothes are out cifitjle,
And to walk with you, I never could
Adown the old church alite.
If jwi'll geta lull at Farnbakert
The Mamouth Clothing Houie ,
I'll Jo fully accept you .lohn
And be your beautiful "ipoute."
And John, liko a good sensible follow straight away
went and purcliasod a suit of clothes of Farniiakek, and
it now the happiest man alivo. Yes, that's so.
1. Farniiaker A: Son, 01 Ohio Loveo.
Stuart & Gholson
Announco Unusual Attractins for their Spring Trade.
Wo make a speciality of this department. It is our ntcatly, and vjc liavo
no liusitancy in raying that wc offer the most complete, varied and stylish stock
of IrcH CooiIh ever f-liown in this city, at tho unusually low and uniform ranguL
of prices that havo rendered our house fo popular. '
A FULL LINE OF
Gruinet Black Silks.
Well-kuowu and established brands in
Black goods, Dress cloths and Suit)
DKCIDEI) NOVELTIES IN
F01J1MGX WIUTH COODS, KMIJUOIDKRIES, 11 13 A L and IMITA-I
TION LACKS, IIANDKKHUIIIKFS, T1UMMINGS,
'JTK.S, COLLARS, ETC., ETC.
3E3C 9 3C 3ES Jtc SBTm
Wo ofTer an cle;.nit line of Ladio'a and Gont'n ho.c, and Misses' and Chil'
dren's Plain and Fancy Striped hose, which will be Hold at uniformly lovv?
Wo proposo making a (speciality of Ribbons, and having bought largely aL.
very low prices, wo aro enahlod to pell cheap. Milliners nnd Dress Makers wll J
be fuinnlied at Now York wholesale prices.
Wo continuo, as heretofore, to sell exclusively for cash, at our uniforu1
'prices. Wo Holieita personal examination of our stock and prices, and shal '
' take pleacuro in showing our goods to all who may favor us with a call,
i Wii thnnb nnr friends nnd customers for their kind favors in tho nast. Wit
i solicit a continuance oi tno same, assuring an mni wo suau cnucavor to maKt.."-
I mutually advantageous.
Phil. H. Saup,
Has REMOVED !
Washington Ave. Cor. 8th Street.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS ;
FIM.t,. t.t ll... nidi. T(inn in lliri I'liM ii'linvn llmi.) In n S3nnAlnl ADiAvlinnnlni" $
I 111.1 1.1 IIIU lttj flV.U .11 IIIU W..J
moricaii nnd French Candies. All I
ou rsol f.
GOODS AT PANIC PRI G ES
Wliolesale aud Retail Dealer in
Foreign and. Domestic Dry
LARGE STOCK OF
Garnets. Mattings. Oil Cloth
Upholsory Oooils, Window
LMssi.iia Dm tiiihiin a i.m inmnned that ho
ntn in til A MnilinuiiHr. kiiii iiiftL nil Ift tlCiumimvu
V . . " . i i 4 .a. ... i . I
J ' ' . I . I
iiiwcnL watt ws uiut is ii" w
r. . i f.
STUART & UHOLSON.
M..U.U WIV.W ... MVMW. ..MUIIIUUIIIUI
nsk is to call aud examine thoin for 1
Shades, Damask, CornXsho
has on nana a ockoi gooui ozmbhtv
A, I Irt mal sVf artinlA at tinnm IowavU'
...I... Il.k lit Bllllliltf at At hAth
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