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RESIDENCE :-CormT Nineteenth and Wash
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OFFICE No. ' Commercial Avenue.
M VTl'AL AMI SOCIETY.
Hum s' AND ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society.
Corner of Seventh ft. and Commercial Av, inic.
; tuS p.m.
Sto VI o'clock a.m.. 1 to ti and
THOMAS LEWIS. Srcre.urv.
THE -DAILY IWLLETIX.
Ol'Fli'IAI. I'APKK OF A1.EXANHEI! CUf.NTV.
Only Mnrnins Daily in Southern Illinois.
Shisai Orri'T. I
Caiiio, 111., .Mayll, InT'.l. (
Tim.', liar. Ther. Hum. Wind. Yul. Weather,
:4fi a ni so.l!i
-M-iM fa.IH .HI. IS
M.'ixiiniim Temperature, lis. 3; Minimum Tem
perature, MS; Rainfall, U. tJ luch
W. II. RAY.
Sern't S!j;nal t.'orni'. I', t. A.
Dr. No'watney was among the callers
upon The Hci.i.etis yesterday.
Mr. A. ll. Irvin, deputy warden, etc.,
is ut home, on a short leave of absence
jjlnd to meet his friends here, nil of whom
are always glad to see him.
At the council meeting last night the
Tcceipts of the new City Treasurer for the
fiurtls of the city, were exhibited, and re-ferr-d
tn the Comptroller for verritieation.
Mis Nora O'Connor, of Anna, left for
Her home yesterday evening. She ppent
several days in the city with her brother,
who is nn employe of the Illinois Central.
Hon, William Hnrtzell was in Cairo
yesterday, and mingled awhile among the
crowd of Democrats nt the court house. He
is looking well, and is a genial jood fid-
c met Con O'Callnhan in the eitv
yesterday, looking fresh and vivacious,
and feeling nil the satisfaction that a con-
science, void of offense against himself,
could ftivc him.
Hon. William J. Allen was ti member
of the Jackson counly delegation, iu the
convention yesterday, ami made a well
liuieil talk in indorsement of the nomina
tion of J. 3f. Gregg, Esq., of Saline county.
-The Ihi.i.KTrN lias established a
branch business office, in the Bank building
bawinient. Parties who limy fuel iWm
cllned to walk arotuul to the pr'mtimr
office ctn leave their favors at the branch
Messrs. Flannigan ami Hrownlee, of
Franklin county, called on us last night.
The first nauiul gentleman is the Demo
cratic Circuit Clerk, of Franklin. Mr.
Drownlee is the editor of the Benton Stand
ard, me of tlin at licit Democratic weeklies
Jiublishi'd in Egypt.
Iu the eonfiinhm incident to the ad
journment of the convention, yp.sterday, we
tennitted the secretary to carry off the list
containing the names of the gentlemen who
constitute the new Judicial Central commit
ten. That fact will explain why we omit
the report of tin? committee on the Central
-The fair ami festival for the bendlt of
8t. Joseph ' Catholic church, in the llllxr
man enluo house, wa Inaugurated last
night, under very promising tusplclua.
Th attendance, was good, and the arrange
W. 14 C.'ondv
. ! 1'air '
X. 13 Fair
merit for tln'ir cntrrtainmrnt ample. The
upper lloor was ik-voteil to the snlos-taltlfs,
the lower floor to ret'reshmeiit st-iinls, e;ich
t;tlle iiinl .stiiml lxlinj; in excellent h:tmls.
To-uiglit hu unusmilly large crowd i.i
John II. r.arton. of the CarUMnhile
Free Press, was inuviiii; in ;oml eompnny
at the court house yesterday. John lias
come nut of the ashesol his late disaster,
he tells us, with a bran, spanking new
otliee, complete in all its detaiis. He seems
fit l.e well Mtnnlied with excellent substi
tute for money, i. e. good friends.
The officers elected by the Hough and
Heady lire company, Monday evening, tn
serve during the cnsuingyear are : President.
Herman Mevers. V. President, F. ICline,
Treasurer, F. liross. Secretary, George Ha
lter, Captain, Fred Ilotheinz. nnd Hoard of
of Directors. P. W. Harcl iy, Fred Hoflu-inz,
John Koehler, H. Hebsacker and A'm.
Matters were warm nnd lively about
the Fourth ward polls yesterday, but there
were no disturbances of a severe nature.
During the forenoon an intoxicated colored
man, named Harris, became very offensive
iu the sight of another colored man named
Anderson, ami was knocked or pushed over.
There was a great ado over the occurrence
lor u miuute or more, but no gore was
Said Col. Watkins to a squad ot Car
bondale gentlemen whom he met on the
Levee yesterday : "That wretched traducer
of superior men. that John II. Barton, ot
your place, abused me like a pick-pocket.
He pursued mc w ith venom, nnd now con
template the consequence: the Lsrd burned
up his printhv' shop '." "When we remark
that Barton, whom 'Watkins did not know
was one of the parties addressed
the reader can see that thimis were interest
It will be seen 1 iv his notice elsewhere
that Prof. Frtcdrieh will, on the first Mon
day in June, open an English-German
school in Turner's hall. This school will
be couthmed during the vacation in the
public school, and a- the blanches to be
taught are, in the main, identical with the
I public school course, public school children
who mav feel disinclined to abandon studv
during vacation, can avail themsvlve:
tlie opportunity to"i.M nglit ahead, present
ed by 'Jty'f. Friedvich. For particular
refer to the Professor's notiee.
The Democrat who composed the. hi
dieia! convention here yesterday, formed
substantial, as mti'Ligent aiet as respecta
ble a body as cwr congregated in Cain'.
It was not an aggregation of kid glove.'
otlice-holder of perfumed counter-hoppers
with lisping utterances and waxed
moustaches; but a crowd of solid, substan
tial farmers, merchants, doctors and law
yers men win.) command the respect and
confidence of their neighbors, and who.
unfed by government pap. work with hand
and brain, to build up t!ic:nseive am; the
country around them.
Three hundred and two votes were
polled at the special election iu the Fourth
ward, yesterday. Oi this number Mr.
James Kyuaston received one hundred
and eighty-two, and Mr. Dinhd J. U:dligan
received one hundred and twentv, Mr.
Kynastoii's majority being (! vote. He is,
therefore, designated a the AM.-nna:i from
the Fourth ward, who is to serve out the
unexpired term of I). J. Foley, who re
signed his aldermanship to be:;t the field
tor City Clerk. The vote w.is qtr.te large,
considering the unimportant character of
the election the number filling only ,y) or
lift short of the vote thrown on the 13th
When one of tie- delegates undertook
to tell the convention, yesterday, what
great things th Democratic party had dune
for Cairo -how the old party had showered
so many biess-ngs uaua our neoiile
that it seemed almost avaricious to
ask for more, the truth compelled him
to halt (piite sndlenlv. l'Whv," lie
exclaimed, "it has been but a short time
since the party gave Alexander county an
Appellate clerkship, ami you have, a can
didate for Supreme Judge, and now want a
candidate for Circuit Judge." Simmered
down, the munificence of the Democratic
party consisted in electing H.arman to the
Appellate clerkship. Tli,e other chickens
not being hatched, the gentleman was very
fast in counting them. But it i all right
now. The convention did nobly, and p.,
work will meet very general commenda
tion. John Allen, a sleek. stnooVn-tongued
confidence chap, has learned that punish
ment in Cairo, in his case at least, followed
cloe!y upon the hoe's of crime. At 0
o'clock yesterday evening, Mr. Allen ac
costed a German p:ns.e:igiT who was occu
pying a seat in a Centra! car. standing in
train at the depot, and asked him if he
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w nun give mm .f ;o in paper lor f iv m
gold, and allow him to redeem the gold ai
soon n the cars got under wav. The Ger
man unhesitatingly handed over the good
paper and took the "gold." Allen then
left the train. The car started, and
the German learning that his
coin was bogus, K g(,t 0ff ftt Eighth street,
and meeting Chief Arter he made known
his grievances, In less than tive minutes
thereafter the Chief had Allen before Squire
Robinson, who. properly appreciating the
enormity of the offense, fined the accused
$H'0 and sent him to the calaboose
for a term f oue hundred day.
Within thirty minute ufter stepping
off the cars Allen was in the calaboose, We
CAIRO IU'tLKTIN; WEDNESDAY MOKMTW, MAY
cill this liihtning Jiwtiee. Proceeding
would have been instituted under the state
law. but lor the certainty that no witnesses
would have been present tu prosecute, and
the rascal would have thus went unwhip
peJ of justice. The twenty dol Inrs were re
turned to the German, and constituted every
cent he had.
THE JI DUIAL COXVKNTIOX YES
KIM. MINUTES OK THE ritOC KI'.lllMiS.
t the hour of 111 o'clock yesterday fore
noon the delegates from the several coun
ties composing the First Judicial Circuit,
met in the court house, and were called to
order bv AV. ". Hair, hsi., chairman oi
the central committee of the circuit.
A temporary organization was (.'fleeted
by electing Mr. Iiarr temporary chairman,
and Mr. Trousdale, of Massac county,
temporary secretary. Mr. Phil . Fields.
ot Pope county was subsequently elected
s assistant secretary.
Mr. Linegar of Alexander then moved
that the chairmen of the several delega
tions present, suggest the name of one
elegate, as their counties are called by
the secretary, to serve on each of the com
mittees on permanent organization, on
credentials, and on rules to govern the
action of the convention in ballottiug or
voting for nominees. Mr. Youngblood, of
Franklin, moved as an amendment that
each chairman, as aforesaid, name a person
to represent his county on the next judicial
central committee. The amendment was
accepted by Mr. Linegar. and the motion
was then adopted.
The counties were then called, with the
result given below :
COMMITTER ON I'KKMAN EST (lti MZTtON.
D. T. Linegar of Alexander.
Y. S. Cantrell of Franklin.
J. A. Yinyard ot Hardin.
Y. A. Lemma of Jackson.
J. C. Davis of Johnson.
JAY. Thrift of M is- ie.
C. A. Hosmerof Pulaski.
Bowen Phillips of Saline.
J. P. McLane of Union. .
M. ('. Campbell of Williamson.
COMMITTEE OS CUKlir.NTlM .
Thomas Wilson. Alex in I t.
J. J. Miller. Frank'.:::.
L. F. Plater. Il:r.i:-.i
O.W. Hill. Jackson
J. M. Brown. Johns e.;
Ed. Corliss. Massac.
P. V. Field. Pope.
J. B. Cmd.i'!. Piiiask'.
W. E. Burnett, Saline
W. ('. M Ireland. L'nio::.
J. B. Calvert. William :..
(OMMITTEK ON l:ri T.
Dr. W. H. Smith. A!can k-r.
J. O. Snioot. Hardin.
J. B. Mayham, Jack -at: .
W. W. Boyt. John-o:i.
F. A. Trousdale, Massac.
E. B. Watkins. Pulaski.
AY. V. Choiser, Saline.
D. W. Karaker. I'nion.
W. II. Bentley. Williainson.
TO SF.I.ECT ( IINTilAI, ( oIf V.I..
Win. McIIale. Alexander.
John Ward, Franklin.
J. A. Yinyard, Hardin.
G. W. Andrews, Jackson.
W. A. Spann, Joli:!n:i,
F. A. Trousdale. Mas-a .
J. A. Waiigh. Pulaski.
Jas. Mackliu. S-;i:-.f-.
A. P. Jones, Union.
A. J. Benson, Williamson.
On motion of Col. Watkins, of Pulaski,
the convention then adjourned until 1
o'clock p. in.
Convention assembled in pursuance of
Ldwm Comss, chairman of the commit
tee on Credentials, reported nil the
counties of the circuit renrescnted
by full delegations, except Po;e, which was
represented by one delegate, with authority
to cast the vote of the count v.
On motion of L. F. Plater of Hardin,
the report was received and the committee
D. T. Linegar, of Alexander, ns chair
man of the committee on Permanent Or
ganization, reported as follows:
Permanent President, F. M. Youngblood,
arid one vice president from each county.
Secretaries, Phil Y. Field, F. A. Trous
dale and L. A. Goddard.
On motion of Mr. Plater, the report whs
received and the committee discharged.
Mr. Youngblood, on taking the chair,
thanked the convention. We hnve met,
said he, as representatives of the )i n,0.
cracy of -this judicial circuit to iKimimitci
three candidates for circuitjtidge, iU, mn
gratified to observe that there is Inn ,,nn
sentiment prevading the convention !
that is to know what is best to do and to (u
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ii in earliest, wur llepuoiican llicnd Sl(j,
the speaker, declare that It is wrong to hig
politics in to judicial elections. Utif,,,,.
nately for the effect of such protest, w
never hear them except in tliosu districts
where the Republicans are in a initial ity
Go into Into circuits where the ltoputil ic!ins
control and Democratic judges Mens scarce
as teeth in n hen roost. Believing as we
do, that we have in the Democratic pu,,v
this circuit, men who are ni nl,., 11(
honest as can be found in Htiy nthr imrtv"
and balieving too, that this is a Deiu,,..,,'
district, It is eminently proper, thenar,,
that in the selection of judges t. ,r1e
ences of the majority should ln reM.,."
We propose to nominate good men nnd able
men, nnd tlu men we nominate will . n,
circuit judges of the circuit durinjf the
coming six years. There Is much cant and
sentiment about proslitutiiig the judiciary by
placing in the handsof theciindidafe a party
banner. As pure and ns upright judges as
live, hold their places to-day through the
results of party contests. .In Ohio, Penn
sylvania, Michigan and other states the
members of the highest ctuirts lire elected
on party platforms, ami who believes that
uprcnie court of those states are not
as pure nnd uncontainiiitited as any on
arth; Our Republican friends are not in
a condition to raise the cry of "contamina
tion." When the grim monster removed
that great and good man, Judge Breese
from our midst, the sentiment nt the dis
trict was known to be overwhelmingly
Democratic; the deceased judge had been
ti Democrat all his life, and we had among
us Democratic lawyers in every way fitted
for the sent he vacated. That a Republi-
in successor was appointed to don
the ermine laid down by that
minent jurist, furnishes an example f the
honesty of the Republican cry that the Ju
diciary should be held sacred from the con
taminating touch of party politics. But,
gentlemen, it is perhaps needless to say
more. I invoke your forbearance, in the
position to which you have called me. Do
your work as may seem to you l;est. and we
need have but little fear of the result. The
nominees you name to day will be the next
Judges of the first Judicial circuit."
The committee on Rules through its
chairman W. R. Smith, submitted the fol
lowing report which was adopted:
"Your committee appointed to submit
to this convention rule.-, by which its shall
be governed iu its deliberations, respect
fully report the following:
1. Each county shall be permitted to
cast the vote to which it may be entitled,
1. The number of votes cast by each
county shall not exceed in the aggregate.
three times the number of delegates to
which each county respectively shall be en
:!. The number of votes cast for any one
candidate shall not exceed the number of
delegate to which such county shall be en
4. Win n on any vot" a candidate shall
have received the majority of the delegates
in this convention, he shall be, by the
chain:. an, declared nominated, and the
conw ii'.jon shall proceed in the same order
until three caipiidati's shall have liecn nom
The chair announcing that nominations
'.' candidates would be in order, W. C.
Morehind, placed in nomination the name
of HouM.4'. Crawford, of Union county;
Hon. Thomas Wilson nominated Hon.
John M. Lansden, of Alexander, Mr. W. S.
Cantrell nominated Judge Daniel M.
Browning, of Franklin; Mr. W. Y. Choiser
nominated Judge J. M. Gregg, of Saline;
Mr. J. B. Calvert nominated Hon. Jas. M.
Washburn of Williamson, and Hon. E. B.
Watkins nominated Judge James M. Dav
idgo of Pulaski county. Each of the gentle
men nominated were presented to the conven
tion iu masterly speeches. We were sorry
to observe a disposition on the part of one
ofilie speakers to build up the claiuii of
his favorite by an effort to disparage the
claims of another. It was done in a mild,
gentleiiiany way, however, and had. ap
parently, but little effect upon the conven
tion, either in favor of the gentlemen he
extolled or agiiiut tie- gentleman whose
claims it he sought to weaken.
The nominations being all inside
the convention proceeded to the
election of their nominee!,.
On the lir.st ballot Ron. M. C. Crawford
received sixty-one votes ami Judge U. M,
Browning received lil'ty-fivu votes, and only
thirty-four votes being necessary for a
choice, the chair announced the gentlemen
named as two of the nominees of the con
vention. Thereupon their nomination was
The counties were then called for a second
ballot, and resulted as follows: Washburn
s'o, Lansden 21, Davidge 14, Gregg . The
ballots then continued with varying results
until the l'Jth vote, wh"ii by the change of
Massac and Pope counties from Wash
burn to Lansden, the latter gentle
man was given UK votes; but
Franklin county immediately changed fi
votes from Mr. Lansden to Mr. Gregg, thus
leaving Mr. L. with !12 votes, lacking two
of enough to nominate him. On the loth
ballot Mr. Lansden received !!' votes; but
before the result was announced Hardin
county changed one vote from Washburn to
Lnnsden, which vole made him the third
nominee of the convention a result that
was received with noisy demonstrations of
satisfaction by all the iicijiiaintances of
that gentleman in the house, which
embraced, we arc pleased to mid,
a very huge proportion of the crowd.
We tailed to remark at the proper place,
that on the 0th ballot the name id' Mr.
Davidge was withdrawn. On the Hth bal
lot Pulaski county voted solidly for Lansden
and continued to do so to the end.
It is certainly due to those delegations
that came into the convention under in
structions, to say that they faithfully
obeyed their instructions as long as there
was even the shadow of a possibility of the
success of the candidates for whom they
were instructed. Pope, Massac nnd Har
din were instructed to vote for Washburn
and ditl so nine or ten times in succession,
and returning to him once or twice after
wards when Mr. W's chances seemed to
Marx is selling n Splendid Keep Cool Coat
Marx is selling sin undershirt for :,o cents,
sold elsewhere for SO cents.
Marx isselling Plue Flannel Suit from &5.50
Marx is selling the Latest Style of Straw
Huts from 81. 00 to
Marx N the only airent in thi city fi.p the
Combination t'utf Shirts
Marx is selling a fine White Duck
have brightened a little. Jackson county
adhered, with great fidelity to Gregg, not
one of the delegation wandering off to the
support of the gentleman who was finally
nominated. It was a fair, square contest.
There wen- no combinations, no swaps or
trades- nothing of the kind was
attempted or suggested. Excellent
feeling prevailed throughout, it be
ing the detei initiation of those pres
ent to lok to the success of the party ami
not to the triumph of particular individu
als. Of the ticket prc-eut-d -which we be
lieve to be a strong one, and the moM satis
factory one that collld have been presented
we shall speak hereafter as the occasion
may p quire, or a the spirit may move us.
A DISSERTATION ON Hoi.s.
The near approach of the feverish. b!i-t r
ing weather of June, July an I Angus?, ad.
moiiishes us that hi n i i : -1 have an e- to
the canine siecir. "Evi I V dog h.i his
day" is more of all adage than an axiom
At all events it is not healthy I'm-the awr
ago hum an being to prrn.it the "dog to
hae his day" in the middle of summer.
The man is hut a short rmiove from a mon
ster, who would not rather see every dog
in Cairo 1m lo aded than to see the most
woithle-s human being in our niid-t, die
ill the throes aii'horroi ot hydrophobia.
Cairo ii n't feed a many dogs as New
Orleans doi s; but it is probably not an cx
tigerat'.oti to say that wa; have as many dog
as we have voters. There are poodles and
terriers, bulls and hounds, New foimdlattd
and chihuahuas, mastitis and St. Bernards,
pointers and setters, spaniels, and
lice. The average family in this city
ow ns three dogs - the number being in in
verse ratio to the family's wealth. Thus a
very rich man, one who stands A 1, wont
have any dog oi if he has one it will be but
a six ounce blaek atid tan, or som"thing
that way. A poor man, one who lias a
wile, grandmother and seven children and
spinster sister to support, will scorn to own
lcs than n half dozen dogs, the smallest
weighing not less than a hundred pounds.
Every colored citizen of respectability in
cludes among his real and personal prop
erty an assortment of able-bodied dogs, the
precise nature of whose sphere of useful
ness is not known Now this vast popula
tion of dogs though eminently ornamental
and furnishing no end of cold bites to the
hungry wayfarer, and midnight music to
the restless tosser. on the fevered couch,
is formidably in the way of the municipal
advancement. 1,000 dog consume on an
average 1,000 pounds of meat per day,
breathe 1,174,000 cubic feet of air, ueh as
it is and breed 111 1 .OOil.iMMl fleas. It makes
it unhealthy for the human inhabitants,
not to say uncomfortable. But above
and beyond this. Scarcely a season passes
that doe.s not develop from one to a half
dozen cases of hydrophobia. To this prone
ness of the species our authorities must have
nn eye. It is better that ninety and nine
dogs sutler a season's confinement than that
the public be subjected to the danger of one
hydroiihobried brute abroad. We are led
into this philosophical train of thought by
the appi lo'aiice on the streets of Olney, the
other day, of a mad dog that was known
to have bitten a mini nnd two children, All
the lives of all the dogs in thai village are
not worth the fearful agonizing suspense
ol those three persons, until the crises in
Iheir case have been pased. Tin1 city has
mov passed to the control of new men. Let
them, asMion as may be, and as client uully,
a possible, put the dog nuisance under
safe and stringent restrictions, and our peo
ple will rise up, and with loud acclaim
call them blessed,
Moui'iiia, Opium and remedies of their
class only stupefy anil seldom cure. For
diseases of Infancy use Dr. Bull's Baby
Syrup which is safe nnd sure in its ('fleets.
Price 2. cents.
Tiik K. of II. meet at their hall lor drill,
Loiui.uiid's Tin Tag smoking tobacco
in eighth, fourth, half and pound packages.
Also Lorlllard's Nickle Nuggcta and Plmo
Nuggets, for sale at F. Korsmeycr's nt fuc
AT TIIK H.ANTKIIs Hot sc..
Judge O. A. Harker, Vienna. TIim. II.
Clark. Ooleonda: It. W. McCartney. Me
tropolis; E. P. Carter. Metropolis; C. A.
Keller, Mt. Vernon: J. M. Pollock, Mt.
Vernon ; Geo. llackel, St. Louis; Juige
John Dougherty, Joncsboro: O. G. Win:) ',
St. Louis; Geo. Wells, St. Louis; J. M.
Davis, Chicago; James Hyde. City: G. W.
Taylor, St. buiis; Thus. J. Taylor, Metropo
lis:.!. Lynn, Metroj)lis: II. L. Mills.
Louis; I). C. Calkins, St. Imis: P
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large or small quantities. Wagon,
run daily to all parts of the city. d"iii
pure Lake Ice in such quantities a-totner-:
may deite. Send mc your i r
NoUoliV W II. I. M.I. I., except lie I,
vantage, for Irs, than hi i : i !
M-yer- has it. Cdi and . ,
The fair and festival for tin- b !. ti: t.
German Catholic ch"ot an i c!r.::ii..
be held at the Hibernian engine b li
the c,:!i, 7th and m!i f thi- !.i..ri,.
member-, parth ulai iy the la ii .,
winked hard to make thi. a gv.a i ;.
Tie- !.,-t string lend !i i- I u tug t
play for the oeca-ion. The siipj rr ':
will be lilli. I with all the delicacies (,f
season, and the refreshment table
strawberries, ice ere no. etc. The f
tabh s will be all in grand style. Vvv.u
come all, and get a lii lii ioiis supper f
hive i to
Savk You; Dimi.s ami go where
will get Mie be-t for Vour llo::-v.
Meyers is the pXce.
Mr. Paul M. 1-Vidrich. known to our
people as a surc"-s!ul educator, will open a
German-English Sc hool, :n Turner's lh'l,
on the first Mun lay i:i June.
All branches will be taught that are ie
garded essential to a thor irrji pri,"'' ed
ucation, An evening s, -T ;! . at Mr. F'- r - : I : :r
on Ninth street, will be op-med on the
evening of the -a:oe day. Private ,::s
in German or any oth-r study oiv, n, . ;, lib
For particular. apply to Mr. Fr
Wk have tiles of Tin; D.wi.v i!i i.:.:
commencing May 1-t. 1 T r. and :
April lillth, is!), w hich we will srii, I
ing and all, complete, for :!."'.
Gum MUI.S, Nkw ami Fiti.-:i. I have a
full line of fresh family groc. ii"- of every
variety, just received, and for sale at eh-
figures. All kinds of vegetables fresh ' ; i;iu
the gardens. A large stock of canned
goods, fruits, etc., at Trigg's old stand,
Washington avenue. J. E. Si'ii.i i:;i.
Exvr.l.oi's printed nt the Bi i.i.kh.n otm'e,
$1.00 per M. Envelops furnished at SI.
Louis wholesale List ju ices for the next !!(
E.NTKiii'iiisi;.--Go to II. Mevers' for your
tobacco, he has received his stock i t to
bacco in advance and will sell it from 5 to
8 cents less a pound.
Mus. Ei.t.Aiinn ('amy Stanton will lec
ture at theAtheiieiini on Saturday evening,
May 10th, for the benefit of the Library.
Subject, "Our Boys." Admission . cents.
Reserved seats SO cents. Tickets for sale
at Hartinan's store. Lecture conimeuciug
at 8 o'clock, sharp.
KOlt SAI.R AT KXTltAOllDIN'Altll.Y LOW IMttOHU.
I liavo nine farm wagons of my own
make, yet on hand, ami being out of that
business I will give cash buyers great bar
gains in order to close out.
To citizens of Cairo I need say nothing
in commendation of my work; but to all I
would say, call and inspect the wagoun.
They will speak for themselves. At tint
old shop, between Fifth and Sixth on Com
mercial avenue, Cari. I'ktkhs.