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OFFICIAL I'AI'KU OK AI.EXAXHEU COl'NTY.
Only Jloniinj D.iily i" Southern Illinois.
W are authorized 'o iinnouuce tlmt t'npt. N . 11.
Cihhtlkhoou is a cuutliiUto fi.r the nlHec of Suiyor.
We ure authorized In announce Unit V n mam
Ulndiui'Kh will be a candidate at the eni-r.iii- city
lectlon fur the ottlce of i:lty Attorney.
Wc are authorized to nunouiic-c the name of Ai.
FBgiiCdiNci" as aciindlihte lorCity 'ireunurur at
We arc ntliorized to announce the name of Wm.
ni L. IliimTOL a a i-undliliite for the otlleo of City
Trc-UHtirer, at the cuculni; cliortur election.
We are nuthorl.cdrto announce that Mll.rs W,
raiwaii l aciindldute, at the ensuing city election,
tor Ihe oillcc of City Treasurer.
Editor Bn.LrriN : l'lease announce that t am a
candidate for the othVo of City Treasurer, at the
approaching city election,
We are authorized to announce that 1'. M. Waiid
b a raudldnte for the ofllee of City Treasurer, at the
pending city election
We are authorized to announce W. Y. Kciii ckkiw
to a candidate for City Cleric at the approachiug
We are authorized to announce Louis L. Davis
a candidate fur City Clerk at the ensuing mu
We are authorized to announce John B. I'mii.us
an candidate for re-election lo the ofllee of City
Clerk at Ihe approaching Municipal election.
Weanlhorizedtnannounc.etbnt Wim.iam II. Howe
In a candidate for the oltlccof City Clerk, atthe cu
tiiug citv election.
We are authorized to announce that Densih J.
Foi.ky in a candidate, at the entiling cily election
lur Ihe oillcc of City Clerk.
pi)K ALDEKMAN- KIIIST WAltD.
MirinKi, J. IIowi.kv Is a candidate for Alderman
far the First ward.
A We arc authorized to announce Ciuui.ks l..s
iastbr a a candidate for re-electlou to the office
ot Alderman for the Filth ward.
Cairo, III., March '.f.. lTfl. I
time. Bar. Ther. Hum Wind. Vel. Weather.
-M a m ffl.su
11:11 " .H1
3:l " 2!".T8
Maximum Temperature. 71': Minimum Teni'
pernuire, Xsi' ; Kulufall, 0 Us inch
Serc't Signal l'on, V. h. A.
j-jf"TiiK Iki.i.KTiN Hiisimss Oillcc has
Iccn removed to the comer room, formerly
cenpied by I'yatt & ('o.
Buy your tine nlioen of O. Uavtiiohm.
Dr. II. WarJner, surge-on Illinois" South
ern Iusunc asylum, was in Cairo yesterday.
A force of men were engaged on the
Commercial avenue gas main, opposite the
Hock yards, yesterday.
Mr. Pettit will not postpone liis prize
hVatitig on account of other amusements.
It will take place at the rink to-night as
We arc informed that the agency of
Messrs. Sulford, Morris & Candee carried
3,500 insurance on the Loretto academy
"ArgosaV'shoc serins to have adjusted
itself to at least six or eight morn persons
than were aimed at. A uuilty conscieiioo
1s a quick accuser.
The whooping cough has made its ap
pearance in two or three families in the
eity a fact that should kep parents and
teachers upon the look-out.
Capt. Frank Fair, of Mound City, has
been "under the weather'' for a long time.
He i unablr, he says, to purge his system
of the seeds of discuss implanted therein
during his sojourn in the South last year,
It the number of Cairo gas consumers
were increased say that one hundred and
fifty consumers were added to the present
number, the price could be reduced thirty
or forty per cent. Gas could be furnished
at $3,50 per thousand feet.
The lumber to build or reconstruct the
cant-side sidewalk on Washington avenue
between Fifteenth and Eighteenth streets
has been on the ground several days.
Work would have been commenced n day
. or two since but "tliero is no hurry."
There was no room for "reasonable
doubt;" tho evidence was conclusive as to
the fact that John McElroy was a well de
Aaed vagabond. Squire Kobinsou yielded
to the force of inexorable facts, fixed John's
tine at f 10 and costs; but mercifully gave
a "stay,'' of which the culprit promised to
The appearance of Mr. Foley on the
track as a candidate for City Clerk disar
ranges, to omo extent, thr calculations of
some other candidates. Hut none of them
dispair of election. They are the mot
hopeful set of fellows we ever knew.
-There was a very pleasant social gath
ering at the residence of Mr. George Fisher.
Tuesday evening complimentary to Miss
Copeland, Mrs. F's. sister. The very suc
cessful rendering of a charade is said to
have constituted a feature ot the evening's
The descent of hail, yesterday morn
ing, Mas quite a surprise to such of cur cit
izens as were abroad. The hundreds of
persons who had gathered about the binn
ing remains ot the convent, sought shelter
from the pelting without standing a mo
ment on the order of their going.
--The sisters of Loretto, will rc-open
school, in the large building fortunately
saved, on Monday morning next. In ulwut
two years from this time we shall expect to
see an elegant, massive brick structure
grow up out of the ashes of the building
that was burned, yesterday morning.
The fistic set-to in front of Alba's be
tween two colored bruisers was an animated
nflair while it lasted. The licks could be
heard two or three blocks. After a half
dozen blows had been exchanged, the com
battants picked up their respective hats and
passed on, the same as if they had been
iudul-'iug in the African mode of saluta
The Delta City's engine was on the
ground at the convent tire and throwing
water, some time before the other com
panies arrived. 15ut to those who were
watching the progress of the tire all of the
companies seemed almost inexcusably slow.
Men do hot stir out of their beds with
much alacrity at 4 o'clock in the morning.
Now, "get mad," all of you.
Justice Cunningham, contemplates the
candidacy of non-profesionals for the office
of City Attorney, fears that the contest will
be so degenerate that lawyers of recog
nized ability will not participate in it. If
tho disposition to render the race a farce is
carried much further, he declares that his
professional pride will compel him to de
cline to take any part in it.
A postal from J. Q. Ilarmaii. clerk, ap
prises us of the fact that the Appellate
Court has confirmed the judgment below
in the case of Cairo vs. Fisher; same action
in case of Cairo vs. Everett. Judgment in
case of Cairo vs. Allen reversed and re
manded. Iron collector, vs. X. O. St. L.
and Chicago U. II. Co., affirmed. These
are the only cases reported that possess any
Tho jailor works his chain-gang under
the direction of the Street Committee or
Street Supervisor, only. Furthermore, as
the least force he is allowed to work is
three men, he is, most of the time, and es
pecially at this season of the year, without
the requisite force. There are many things he
might do, but lor the restrictions imposed
by ordinance; but, as matters now jtand he
can do no work unless he has the men and
A brakcimn standing on the platform
of one of the ears of an incoming Central
train yesterday morning, saw the bolt of
lightning take effect upon the convent
building, and arriving at the yard noticed
the out-break of the tire, lieiug some
what ot u stranger in the city he was not
t.miiliar with the most effective n.euns for
giving un alarm, but did the best he
could in that way, and then hurried to the
scene of the lire.
(lur correspondent "Wilhelui" was in
error in staling that the Health Officer held
that the owners ot property abutting the
Kighth street sewer were bound to keep the
sewer in repair, etc., and had given them
notice to that effect. The notices given by
him were to warn them to desist from
throwing vegetable matter, etc.. from their
groceries into the gutter, and to relieve a
certain lot described of a certain nuisance.
This, and nothing more.
Frank Stiinson writes to a Cairo friend
that he was at llaveriy's theatre when Bob
Ingersoll delivered his lecture on "Moses."
He says the theatre was jammed, that
standing room sold readily at a dollar and
a half and finally threo dollars were r
fused. More than six thousand i:ople were
turned away, because the building would
hold no more, We have a sly suspicion
that Frank's enthusiasm has had the effect
of multiplying his numbers.
Much to the surprise of the fruit
growers of the neighboring counties, the
recent cold snap the sleet and Ice left
the peach trees well tilled with live buds.
In this city tlie trees promise to be as full
of blossoms as usual. It is conjectured that
apple buds escaped much better than the
peach buds. The plum trees being in full
bloom, it is scarcely probable that we will
grow a bushel of that fruit in the country.
Full returns will, we thiuk, give promise of
a tolerably fair fruit crop, after all.
While Jeff llrown, an u.itown barber
was temporarily out of his shop, yesterday,
a customer entered and took a sent for u
bhnvc. Jeff returned,. but much to his sur
prise ho found that the only razor left in
the shop was a dull-edged affair
lie lind used to split kindling. While
ruminating over his loss a boy loitered by
tho door, and in an instant Jeff pounced
CAIUO KUIXKTIN: THURSDAY MOUMMr, MARCH 27, 1870.
him. Flourishing tli old razor In unconv
fortablo proximity to tho boy's throat
lie demnuded his razors or gorr, and got
the razors The boy had taken them in a
nninkish mood to plague Jeff; but the joke
was on the boy. Jeff scared him out of
two years growth, anyhow possibly three.
Fifty nnnii'H in a close contest for Con
gress, form an item of no little consequence.
In the formal ion of un insurnncc class they
are of less consequence, but still worth the
looking after. Influenced by this consid
eration we to-day pick up tho 50 we inad
vertently droppeil fiom class A in the Wid
ows' and Orphans' association, of this city,
and give the number of members in the
class what it really is, one thousand. This
is, we repeat, a tine showing for so young
an organization, and speaks well of the
About noon, yesterday, young Itunuer,
who is confined in the calaboose, was per
mitted to step outside to get n bucket of
water. But instead of getting the water
ho leaped the jail fence, and made tracks
for liberty. The jailor having to lock the
door before be could make pursuit. Homier
got perhaps a hundred yards the start ; but
the jailor managed to keep in sight of him.
and alter an exhausting and circuitous
chase, succeeded in "housing his game"
in the building at the corner of Fifteenth
and Commercial, occupied by Hunner's rel
atives. The fugitive was found in the base
ment of the building, and escorted back to
jail where, hereafter, his privileges will be
considerably restric ted. Runner was con
fined, it will lie recollected, lor sleaiin-'
Mrs. Dezonia's watch.
Bear it in mind that Wildinan's New
York Comedy company will appear at the
Athcneum, this evening, in the thrilling
and deeply interesting drama, entitled
"Cuba." The cast of the piece is said to
be the best that can be made, and that ev
cry character will be personated with tell
ing dramatic effect. Mrs. Wildinan,
as the beautiful cigar girl, is
said to be matchless and her singing most
captivating and enthusing. F. J. Wild
man as "Swap," the Yankee, will sustain
the high reputation he has won at the end
of many years of hard study. He has. toi,
scores of old friends in Cairo, who will
have the extra Inducement of "an Id lang
sine" to draw them out. (Jet your seats be
fore night-fall. The bill is a new one the
company a strong one, and the house y
About midnight, night b' I'ore last, a
man named Bridges entered L. ('. Herbert's
Merchants' Exchange, and drawing his re
volver avowed a purpose to clean out the
establishment, and might have done so had
not Frank Herbert been standing w ithin
convenient reach of the poker. Seizing
that very effective weapon of defence
Frank dealt the ruffian a blow on the le ad
that pealed the scalp from a point near the
top ot the cranium down to the ear, and
laid the fellow sprawling ami insensible on
the floor. He soon revived liowrvr. and
Dr. Wardner being near at bund dressed
the wound and lel him comparatively
comfortable; but not at all inclined to
renew the cleaning-out process. Bridges
was arretted, in the evening, e.nd fined ;
and cost-, and heeled by an ollicd, st;ir'"d
out to find bail, or the calaboo.-e.
We recently spoke of a shrewd individ-
val, named Hivers, who sold a pock'-l book
for 21 cent-, and threw in, merely to intro
duce them, a set of Maddoe-gold shirt
studs. To aid him in gathering a crv,vd
about him, he hired a colored vocalist,
named Marshal Brown, to sing for him.
Marshal sang, and his songs "drew," and
pistaieens fairly poured into the pur-e of
Hi vers. But once in the purse the pi--ta-reens
stayed there. At all events when
Brown hud sung $t worth, he wanted his
money, but couldn't get it. lie sued. The
parties appeared before Squire Hobinson.
Hivers bad a talk with Brow n the result ,f
which was that Hivers paid the cost, and
Brown didn't prosecute. If anybody wr.nts
to lay a wager that Brown is on any bet
ter financial footing than he was before he
sued, our number is 3U2, Washington
To a person who does not understand
that Cairo is a point in everybody's line of
travel, it would seem that all the cripples
and invalids in the United States who
wander away from home always bring upfTlic building destroyed probably cost $13,-
in Cairo. And another fact would cause
surprise, viz: the fact that all these crip
ples and invalids spend their hist dime
just before, reaching Cairo, Sick and pen
niless strangers are, therefore. such eunimon
objects that they no longer excite public
mention. Hut the ease of Frank Wuney
is a little out of the Usual order. Hi is
lying on the hard Hour of th;
police head-quarters, excessively ill of
billious fever, scarcely able, ut times,
to raise his head. I le was a former ret ident
of Cairo, he says, but having been absent
two years, has lost his citicm ldp, and all
right to the benefits of our poor laws, if
benefits they confer, which is a debatable
question. Be that as it m;iy, there lies
Frank a very sick unci a very hopeless man.
What is to be done with hiinj
Reference hus been made in these col
umns to the serious illness of Thomas San
derson. As medicines were powerless In
his case, and he continued to jrrow worse,
his attending physician Dr. Gordon, conclu
ded to perform upon hiin,a surgical opera
tion, not unliko that which was performed
upon Mr. William Hcerwart by a couple of
Evansville physicians, Monday morning
the operution wai perfi rinud, it being the
joint work, we were told, of Gordon and
Dunning. An Incision was made m the
left side, immediately below the sixth rib,
and plucing tho patient in tho proper posi
tion, a few moments n mere thread of puru
lent matter or pus commenced flowing from
the region of the lungs, where it had been
secreted, mid this flow continued until one
gallon, or probably ten pounds of the cor
rupt matter had been discharged.
The operation lasted fully three hours,
tin- patient enduring the pain with most
astonishing fortitude to tho end. The suc
ceeding night the patient rested easier and
slept sounder than he had done for weeks,
and yesterday, but for his extreme weak
ness, he lelt better than he had since he
was taken down. The young man says
that he feeds satislied that the suppuration
that caused the accumulation commenced
over fourteen years ago; that for many
veins he bail tried to convince physicians
with whom he talked that surplus matter
Wiis collecting in the legion of his lungs;
but his protestations were treated as mere
imaginings, and the result was he was
nYcr properly treated. The operation
seems to have been most skillfully per
formed. If he survives he will certainly
owe his life to the success of the operation,
tor it is quite palpable that the growing
bulk of pus would have speedily arrested
the action of his lungs and thus ended his
existence. Th chances now seem to he
largely in favor of hi recovery.
nriiMXU OF LOKETTO ACADEMY.
The tremendous crash of thunder that
startled such of our citizens as w ere aw ake,
and uwakened such as weie a.-lcep, early
yesterday morning, w is Min followed by '
the alarm of tire, mid the appearance of :
flames upon the ro,.fof the I.oivtto ucud- I
emy building, situated on Walnut and
Twenty-first street. .
It w;is about 4 o'clock when the building
w:;s struck and the teachers (Sisters of Lor
ettoi ami the boarders being aroused from
a sound slumber, soon realized their peril.
Although the sleeping apartments were on
the third floor, the presence of mind
and example of the teachers were
such that there was no approach
to a panic; every teacher and
pupil clothed herself and passed down the
long stairways without accident or injury
to any one. The academy lell was io
lently rung, and soon the alarm was taken
u by the tire bells: but it seemed a long
time before there was a response. The
Delta City tire company was the fin,t to
reach the ground, and finding a cistern
near at hand, at once commenced throwing
a magnificent and well directed stream.
Meanwhile two or thiec hundred citizens
hail arrived on the ground, and such furni
ture and fixtures as were on the first and
second floors, (except a tine grand piano
that became wedged in the stairway) were
removed to a place of safety.
The Deltas had been throwing water but
ashoit time when the Hibernians, Hmigh
andlJeadics and Arabs arrived on theground
and added their three streams to that of the
Deltas; but the large structure being en
tirely of dry tinderish material, the most
toe lire companies could do was to keep the
flames from communicating themselves to
tiie "Sodality building," between which and
the convent or academy building was a
spin e of not more than twenty feet. This
wa. done the Sodality building being
saved, quite uninjured, although the other
building burned to the ground.
The effects removed wil-, of course, con
siderably injiued. The greater portion of
the furnishings of the third floor, including
the chapel, were destroyed. On this floor,
to, were the teachers' and children's ward
robes, but a small portion of which was
There were a number of narrow ( scapes,
and not a few of the firemen worked them
selves to exhaustion; hut taking into ac
count the number of persons in the building,
the number who collected about the lire,
and exposed themselves to the danger of
being crushed by the constantly fulling
timbers, it is surprising that, from first to
last, there was not a serious accident of any
Concerning tho losses we cannot speak
with any degree of certainty. Tho erection
of the building was commenced in 1801 or
1802, and was finished about a year later.
0(H) or $18,000. The contents destroyed
would be covered, probably by $,.,,(M)i). We
have learned that the insurance upon the
whole property is less than $7,000. It this
be true the misfortune Is one that is only
partially relieved by the indemnity.
The school will bo re-opencd Monday
morning in the building saved, the teachers
and boarders taking quarters in the build
ing across Walnut, which building is, we
hoar, an appurtenance of the academy.
Thus it seems, although we may not have
Loretto ucademy fully restored for u year
or mre, we shall, through the good work
of the firemen nnd the enterprise of the
teachers," have a very acceptable substitute
I,i it, is short at most and our duty is to
prolong it. Use, therefore, Dr. Hull's Cough
Syrup, for coughs, colds, bronchitis, hoarse
ness, etc. Price only 23 cents. Sold every
where. A sii.vkk cup for the most iiccomplislicd
lady skater, skating alone, is the attraction
at tho skating rink to-night.
Bkst aasohtmknt ot dress buttons in
the city, received this day at
O. IlAtTllOH.N V
LITTLE AIRS AND (.KACF.S.
Little uirs and graces arc the unconscious
charm of early childhood,
Who has not watched with delight, the
fairy like movements of some tiny witch of
a girl as she raced her hoop or skipped
her rope? What perfect poetry of motion !
How light nnd airy every movement! The
very poise of the little lady as she stands
erect, waiting for '.he downward curve of
the swinging rope, is loveliness personified.
How perfectly the supple limbs adjust them
selves to the easiest and most graceful, be
cause most natural positions! No effort
there. No studying f,)r eff-ct. No con
sciousness of self in the attitudes, positions
or expressions of the tiny quern of grace.
No thought of w lint impression she may be
creating in the minds of any one who may
be observing her; she is free and natural in
all she does the very embodiment of
supple grace and poetical movements.
And our little boys, too. Not a day
passes but the true artist can find his model
ready at hand anywhere on our streets.
Dirty faced, possibly; clad in ragged tweed
quite probably; and most assuredly if it be
moderate weather, bare of foot und shabby
hatted, but what of that? Just note his
supple limbs as he climbs that high rail
tence or mounts to the top of that old
stump. Observe tin.1 perfect freedbnt of
every muscle of his body us he poises
himself preparatory to making a "big
jump." Was there ever a more pertect pic
ture of the beauty of motion than exhibit
ed ia the "big jump" when he gives it!
Dear b!c:s their little Ix.nes! We should
s'lrelv forg'-t what the beauty of grace
ni -aiit if it were not perpetuated und dem
onstrated in our nrii.K girls and boys!
B it alas, how soon, how Veiy soon, this
charm of early childhood
is extinguished --submerged n& it
were, in the seif coiixiusness that a
wrong education breeds in them the ed
ucation that (ears down but builds not up
again the tducatiou that destroys the
beautiful fabric so deftly woven in warp
and woot by nature's skillful hand, and of
fers only the pr equivalent of sttidi"d ef
f:cts. Few things ure more painfully ap
parent among our growing up girls and
boys than the almost total absence of the
little airs and graces so charming in theiu
seb'es, when left to develop, naturally, un
contaminated by the superficial embellish
ments called "attitudes"' and "positions"
and "expressions" and "effects," etc. This
thing was most painfully illustrated to an
interested itno otherwise well pleased au
dience in one of our school rooms, u short
time since. At least four, if no more,
young girls who are gifted in many things
and especially gifted in the little air.i and
graces that were wont to render
them so charming in manner
and address on similar occasions, before
were observed to have substituted the lit
tle airs and graces characteristic of
the third rate actress little uirs and graces
that are as false to nature as the nmgc and
pearl powder roses and lilies painted on
the faces of such people, are fi.',se to every
one who ever saw the natural flowers; and
fir more painfully apparent. Owing t
some lack of adaptability or to some dull
ness of conception in their mental con
struction, our boys are less easily warped
out of their natural manners and actions,
and, in consequence of this obduracy on
their parts, are much truer delineators of
real feeling when reading or dec!an;ii:g the
thmigbts of others. 'As an abstract fact
they rend no better than our girls, but they
do stick closer to the meaning of the
words and ideas, they wish to convey to their
listeners, and less to just when it is projer
i. .i. ... . .i .i . i ... i , . .i ,
lor ineui io uroji me ieu niino io lie si(e
nnd cross the light hand over the prron,
and vice versa, or when the eyes
should be rolled up, the head
thrown to the left or the right and a step
backward taken. Imagine Daniel Webster
cavorting around on the rostrum like that !
Think of grand old Elizabeth Cady Stan
ton rehearsing before a mirror preparatory
to lecturing to a Cairo audience or any
kind of an audience! Why bless their
grand old souls, they never did never
will lose the charm of manner that was
born with them! Daniel Webster was
natural, every bit of him, else he had not
been the man he was. Elizabeth Cadv
Stanton will soon be among us; will our
dear, deluded girls take n lesson from her,
ns she stands and talks of "Our Boys?''
The true artist j nds his subjects union;'
the untrained and unspoiled children of
nature. Hereprodue.es them on his can
vass, us nearly as may be, or he paints with
pen and ink us lie finds them, It was this
power that made of Shakespeare
and Dickens tho wonderful de
lineators of characters thev were.
Had they unproved on nature painted the
lily we had heard of the first, not at all,
nnd of the last, if at all, assuredly not as
wo knew him to have been one of earth's
Little uirs nnd graces, have led me preach
lug where I hud only intended praying that
they be preserved to our older girls and
boys uncontHininafed and pure.
Feu, assohtmknt of tho popular satin
Hibbons just received by
Skatiso ut the Rink to-night and the
usual social dance to follow.
I-ow mucks and tho best Dental work
guaranteed, at Vt. W. C. Jocelyu's on
Kor 'Hie Cairo Bulletin.
Illllim Rfreelliimitely inscribed to Dr. Will. II.
mill Mix. I. A. Muienii. on the ileuth of their Utile
flmieutiT, Klnr-nce icttlx-lli;, uhu ilemrleil thin UN
Mureh lsth, IHVII. Hjed nineteen uiiiiitliN uuil lillio
te.ni iln.vs ily n I'Meml,
There,' a lilnlllns flown from the ileor liuina next,
There'll n JetvH (joim - llicre'i, u iiiIhhIiik gem;
'Tlii)iir-irei (MiHehlli." tlmt l Mfn lit rent.
And lier Ijruw l tulornl llh n illmlem.
An Ihe llowerH tlmt bloom nt the okhiIiix liny.
With Iheitiu'd drst beiinm wliher eel nnd die.
Kolu life's ijtuil uioninK lie ined nwnj-
Wlih the early Uew 1 n Imine uu hl!i.
l-.ni the nan pier came tVmmari' the henrl,
Or the needriuf Hroii louml lodgment there;
Kre the thorn or cln muld their iln; Impart.
To I in home alioui did the html repiilr.
Kill It neejni" to im In her dm u dear limid,
There In held i;i,lilu of tender love.
And it reiu lie duut our hi ri l;-u liund
Ami It ilrnwpi our hcmi with our liopcn al,i,o.
Ties fuiiey mvei-l sail It hrlugf iu eheer
For wo knoH, while drirtini! along lile'sHima-.n,
An the world recede Ihere in heaven ulh
Tlmt our f'utlier note" every bllijbted dream.
Ile.t we ini Ihe face ami the cimli fair,
For nomuriniiriug thought- lu her i-oul had binb,
Aim tlie anuria gave or their lender rare,
Till he iitemed an niij,t-l while yet on eurth
And a Mlllnen reln n y0Ur lonely hone- -There
are Meitllng heart mid the Pilem e l p;
Hut to all a eo!i of grief will come.
There' a time for tear - it Ik buninu to h, .7
But we will meet ajraln iu the "bye uud live;"
TU a proniUe weel lo the faithful glvei.;
We may Join our loved In their home 011 high,
Who no early kuueked at the Rate 0f hi-aven.
Caiiio, 111., Manh 2.V IfcTfl.
Fori Cn m.uukn'h kink hioiery at reason
able prices, (jo to
Miss Ki.u Ausoi.o, the charming vocal
ist t the Theatre Comiqtie, ma. lea decided
hit in her laughable Sneeze song. Sue is
certainly an artist of rare ability and one
that will be reinemU:red by all. The en
tire programme was well received and
cveryliody went home perfectly satisfied
that the CotlliqUe is the b :st pluve to p-iss
away an evening,
111 v vot.it Bi m k satin and velvet for
trimming, at ). IUvtiiok.n's.
Kimu.imi Wooi)--J,ist urrivcil from
Mound City, a barge loud of chipping,
two hundred cords kindling, w hich will b
sold at the low price of one dollar a cord.
It is delivered on the bank near the s;,,ne
depot, thoroughly seasoned O.ik: make
un excellent summer wood as well as ki;i i
ling. Must be sold inimedii.tely.
A. J. Dor'.ui.itrv.
t!i vm Ft UK Lm ks just received, nt
A NKW CANMDATK
Fur jsipular favor is the el gant and in
approachable de Joinviiie enrf, to be found
in Cairo only at A. Marx's. It i a th'.ni;
of beaut v ami strictly stvlish.
Lyon's black silks, best brand known, at
' NKW AIM KliT I S i ; M I : NTs.
To 'in ponWirir and ceniT.il I.imih wmk. A foeu -ir!
i-n And teariv tmpim merit. Applv at Vi:m
Tenth ure.-t. ' ' M Its. K. a . fcl. KN KIT.
Oittsi'e on Tenth ntreet, Nn "o l'i,. i,n
Slwil pril 1st (mod llfteril Mill (Mlt hoilM-a on
the iTemisi'n. Apply i:ni niMT. riumle r ;u, TYniti
WANTF.b TO III y
A l.h'Ux Spring Wa.-on ni.il a mull Horse and I!r
in-, ul lleLllllllelln ottli e.
1: i ) 1; (rnox Tjf'Im .T(7ks!
Grand Pacific Hotel,
The Finest Ventilated Hotel in Ainriir;'
Anil 0110 ot'tlio I.;irij'st ihaving uter
0 KiMinis, iVli n m:lte, i:U Huh ntel Clone. ul
tr.rh(Mi ami Most Kli'nantl.v l-'urnis.h-i'l
I toti-lsi iii tl,c count ry.
TKRMS.-IiOO.MS WITH HOARD,
;j;i.0O to 8:.:0 per day. Hath and Par
A rednc'lnn from the itbnve price to paitii- rc
inutiilux a v.eek or more.
JOHN 11. DPiAhT, & ('().,
Thursday Xitflit, Mnrcli 27tli.
TIIRKK NK5IITS ONLY!
Hind appearance of Ihe ('hiirni!n; young A'tres
and I'eurl of Sun;,'.
supported by the
New Yoiik Comkdt Com pax v.
ltenorvcd teat on alo at B. F. Parkor'a Book
AIMIIHrMW - HO CENTS
ltKSKRVKl) BRATS 75 CENTS
Family Mntitujo Saturdav.