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II. BRYANT, M. 1).
OFFICE: Elulith '"' Walnm Avi-nui'.
RESIDENCEi-Cohht Nineteenth nml Wuh-
yf H. MAREAN, M. 1).,
Homooimtliic Physician ami Surgeon.
0"!re r commercial iivcnui'. HesliU'tico comer
Fo'irti ctith bt. ami Wamlnuton nviiitu-, Culro.
II. SMITH, M. D.
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M). 1 THIHTKENTII STKEET, I'AIHO. 11.1.
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Omrr-No. i:K Commcjclal Avenue, lictwoeii
Eighth ami Mnili strcru
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iFKH -E!chl Street, near Commercial Avenue.
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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICIAL FAPEli OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
Onlv Morning Daily in Southern Illinois.
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Maximum Temperature. : Minimum Tern
perataro, .71 s; Kainrall, 0.01 Inch. ,,
Scr.'t Signal Corns, U. S. A.
Fort Salt: A good business house two
jitory brick, on "Washington avenue, comer
of Tenth street. A desirable situation for
a cheery store. Apply to
ton Kent, Dwelling ot . r.ms. on
Seventh street, lately octpied by ex
31 ay or Winter.
31. J. Rowley, Agent.
Fi.iu Sale. Cottage and lot on Center
street. Premises in good condition.
31. J. Rowley, Agent.
Circuit court will reconvene this morn
ing. Mr. Jacob 3Iorelock was in the city
yesterday, circulating among his friends.
A. II. Irvin Esq., was in the, city yester
day, an interested looker-on in the pending
The regular monthly meeting of the
City Council will be held this evening. It
will probably prove quite interesting.
Several contributions to the columns
of The Bulletin, that came to hand last
Saturday, were laid over because of other
Ot'.icer Schuckers confined George
Hopkins in jail last night, to answer the
charge of larceny the alleged stealing of
The lute Very Rev. 3Ir. Dillon-Lee
was one of the clerical members of the
standing committee of the Diocese of
Rev. 31. 31. Dillon, father of the lamen
ted Rector Dillon Lee, arrived in the city,
Sunday morning, by special train from
The signal telegraph tells us that at 3
o'clock yesterday, the mercury at Yankton
and Xow Orleans stood at 70, while at
Cairo it stood at 07.
Mrs. Ida James has gone to St. Louis
u a visit with friends. Prom there she
will go to her home in Bond county, Ills.,
to spend the summer.
Bryant's Southern Minstrels are booked
at the Athencum for Thursday, June .1th
They are in ft relined form, winning golden
opinions wherever they have appeared.
3Ir. Ambrose Pyatt and 3Iiss Jennie
Susanku will be united in marriage, in St.
Patrick's church this morning. The young
couple have the cordial good wishes of The
Til'!.! V.TIN .
John Smith, a river man, died in the
hospital Sunday, of consumption. JIu Imd
ben. mcI; three month". The remains will
lie h-.ned in the Catholic cemetery at Villa
The lamp post on the corner of Six-
t - - : 1 1 i . unn Washington was prostrated;
several siyus were torn down, and a number
of !.: lr trees wire disfigured as the result
of the Sunday wind storm.
Intimations received from Pulaski and
Massac counties last uiht, lead us to
believe tlr.t, owing to Democratic indiffer
ence, the RcpuMieai! majorities in those
count: will be largely increased,
The proprietor of one or more of our
largo industrial establishments having suf
fered considerable disarrangement of plans
and purposes by the unreliability of some
of their da v labor, rs, hi.vd very wisely, we
think, determined t) hold back a day's
wnvep, on Saturday evenings, as security lor
the return of the nu n on Monday morning.
It has often happened that some of the
men failed to put in an appearance Monday
morning; and it is with a view of prevent
ing such deliiiipiencies the rule was
"Don't you vote for the Democrats unless
you want to go to the penitentiary. Better
vote for Mr. Baker," bellowed one negro to
another yesterday morning. "Well, I'se
been to the penitentiary, and 3Ir. Baker's
the very man wot sent me there!"
Supreme court convenes in 3It. Vernon
to-day. Judge Baker expected to leave for
that point last night; but was probably too
much overcome by the fatigues of yester
day to do so. After the present term
Judge .Mulkey will take Judge Baker's
Thousands of persons have their eyes
turned towards Wall street. That is where
thousands of dollars arc made, daily from
investments ranging from $."0 to $230. The
reliable brokers, Alex. Frothingham k Co.,
12 Wall street, New York, send tor their
Financial Report free, which explains fully.
We give place to as much of Mrs. II.
II. Candee's paper on the "Potential 3Iood
for Women" as wo can find place for, re
gretting our inability to present the paper
entire. Good thoughts are printed in ele
gant verbal drapery, and wo ask for them
the attention of our readers, male as well
John Wagner, son of Squire Wagner,
who lives in Hodge's Park, died at his
father's house, on Saturday, of measles.
It is said that this disease is raging to an
alarming extent in an about Unity, and
several other neighborhoods in the country,
Several cases have appeared in Cairo, but
there has been no marked increase during
the week past.
Collector Hodges is of the opinion that
we will do the public a service, and espec
ially that portion that is still delinquent for
pel sonal taxes, if we will make public the
fact that he has given about all the grace
the law will permit. He will much dislike
to resort to compulsory measures, but he
will have no alternative unless payment is
made during the present week.
The funeral services of the Very Rev,
Dean 31. R. St. J. Dilion-Lee, Rector of the
Church of the Redeemer, Cairo, and i)ean
of the Southern Deanery of the Diocese of
Springfield, will be held at the Church of
the Redeemer, Cairo, at ten o'clock this
morning. The funeral train will leave
Fourteenth street for Beech Grove cemetery
immediately upon the conclusion of the
services at tlie cnurcn.
Scmi-roon's communication is well
written, and its allegations are, in the
main, correct. While the writer manifestly
feels herself at issue with 3Iodestus. her
communication is of the same tone and
temper as his. He seeks to awaken the
colored-girl mothers to a sense of their
shame: Semi-roon would have the same
awakening; and blames the white race be
cause there is any necessity for the awaken
ing. Her charges are well and forcibly
made, and all the white race can honestly
do is to plead "guilty." The subject is one
that deeply concerns our community, and
we shall be willing, at all times, to surren
der a reasonable portion of our space to
communications discussing it.
At a point just above the intersection
of Sixth and Commercial avenue, a few
planks are laid dowa for convenience in
crossing the avenue. After the rain, on
Sunday, the trench under one of the planks
contained about six inches of water. For
an hour or more, in the afternoon, a knot
of fiendish young men kept positions near
bv to laugh over the discomfiture of pedes
trians who essayed the crossing. The end
of the plank was reached by a leap of three
or four feet. Of course it would sink in
stantly under the weight of the hapless pe
destrian, and send the muddy' water all
over him. Then he'd swear and the (lend
ish young men would express regrets and
harshly reprove themselves that they
hadti t told liim 1 It was diab!ic;i! pas
time. The services in the St. Patrick's
church Sunday morning were of a highly
interesting character. After the celebra
tion High Mass by Father Zulu.!, the class
of applicants for continuation, numbering
about sixty girls and fifteen or twenty hoys,
was examined in the catechism and in
Bible history, and so successfully did the
class pass this ordeal that the Bishop felt
called upon to compliment the youngsters
on the scon; of their thoroughness. After
prayers and other preliminaries, the chil
dren knelt on the edge of the sanctuary
and received at the Bishop's hands the ho
ly rites of confirmation. The girls were
dressed in white, and wore a long veil pen
dant from a wreath of lowers worn on the
head. The scene and c -rer.'.onii s w, re
alike interesting and impressive.
-Yesterday's election was one of the
quietest ever held in Cairo. At Jo clock
less than W00 voes hail been polled, and
nearly or quite one half of these were
thrown bv colored voters. But little work
was done on cither side; but when we re
member that three of the eight candidates
were Cairo men, the indifference shown is
somewhat remarkable. It is a fact. how.
ever, long since settled, that white voters
cannot be drawn to the polls unless ad
dressed personally, The new-paper disctn
sions may grow red hot, yet unless the can
didates get right down to work among t'.i"
people (which we insist Is not becoming
work in judicial elections) the voting f :as
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN;
cannot be drawn out, There wero no teams
running yesterday, Hying streamers in
scribed" "vote for Mulkey," vote for Green,"
and so on; neither were the voting places
made noisy by stiikers and blowers who
had been staked with "whisky money" and
something besides. The absence of these
incitants to enthusiasm was conspicuous;
and men who have been accustomed
to "election whacks," as they call them,
were notably scarce about the polls, and had
but little to say when present. There was
no man behind the bar to "set 'em up for
the Crawford or 3IeCartney boys" and
the half-seas over blather-skitos who were
wont to yell, "Eat 'em Jack !" "Chaw 'em
fine, Thistlea-ood," could be heard nowhere.
It was a quiet, dull election, because, as we
have said, the candidates had neither the
time nor inclination to get right down to
work among the people, and because, sec
ondly, they didn't see the several loqua
cious individuals, who can't expend "cheap
talk" unless they are well paid for it. The
result of the voting in the city, we give
elsewhere. The result in the circuit will
be obtained during to-day.
"The nigger that votes tor Lamsen
ought to have fire put to'him, the lninnit lie
does it. Look what the Dcmcrats like
3Ir. Lamsen has done. They'se acted a
bill to put every nigger man twi.xt sixteen
and sixty buck into slavery ngin, and they
sent it to Mr.BIaine, and if he hadn't kill it
you'd lie in slavery this very rninnit. That's
what the Dcmcrats has done, and now you
want to put cm over our courts so that
that can get rid of the niggers by hangin
their heads off, sendin cm to the pcnteii-
tiary. ',.The nigger that'll do it.
ought to be - fired to ashes."
This preposterous rigmarole was bellowed
at a colored man. yesterday, who expressed
a purpose to vote for 3Ir. Lansden, and was
repeated by the same party, at least a half
a dozen times in as many quarter hours.
The wide-mouthed, low-browed creature
who repeated it, manifestly believed it, and
that it had an effect aneng the densely ig
norant ot his listeners, was too mani
fest to be doubted. It was by detailing
such villainous falsehoods as these to the
unlettered blacks that unscrupulous white
Republicans consolidated the colored vote
against the Democratic candidates. They
knew very well that it would come to the
ears of the more intelligent colored
voters that Mr. Lansden was the
ablest man in the field; they know that
many of those voters knew something of
his high character as a citizen, and as a
consequence some of them would feel in
clined to vote for him. To counteract the
just impressions thus made, the villainous
slander recited was put in circulation.
Good citizens be their politics what they
may, owe it to our community and to the
interests ot peace and good order, to search
out the reckless, unscrupuless and dishon
est white men who circulate such irritating
falsehoods, and prosecute them for an at
tempt to incite riot and bloodshed. The
ignorant blacks who heard and believed the
story, yesterday, involuntarily clenched
their fists, and glared like tigers upon the
men whom they believed entertained a pur
pose to remand them to chains and slavery.
It made their blood fairly boil, and had a
little whisky been added to the fire of their
hatred and resentment, trouble would have
ensued on the spot. And if from like causes,
riot and bloodshed shall eveu follow, let
not the wiley mischief-makers who may si
the black men's passions ablaze, think to
escape! Upon their heads, be they whom
they may, will be visited the vengeance
thev invoke upon others.
ELECTION IN CAIRO.
We give below the vote of the several
wards, as furnished to us directly from the
FOU SL'i'liEVIi Jl'lKiE.
,)no 11. Mai Ice v
E. II. linen
FOHl P.ICUT .'CDoEs.
M. C Crawford
Pasi'I M. Itiowniiiu
Jllo. .l . l.!itl-;leU
1). .1. llak.-r
it, W, Mei artney
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isi li' I"' I
: lor,1 s-
s.-,i;s i,i ,-,
IIS l-'S IS'li!'
sn w;h) t-inli.-.i .
The best live cent Cigar in Cairo, and a
large stock of tobacco at
Pettis & Bum's.
AT THE PI.ANTF.KS ltOCSE.
Ed Fallon, Chicago; W. X. Short, Roch
ester. X. Y.; W.N. Christie, do.; D. II.
L iwcnstine, St. Louis; Mrs. Evans and son,
Tripolo. Wis.; Lionel Adams, Xcw Orleans;
John J. Duffy. Poplar Bluff; .h-iah Ospin,
Xenia, (.; Edwin Timelier,
II. M. Shaw,
T. Howard. SandtY-ky.
Green Bay, Wis.
We have a small lot of Fimvcrs and
Plants that will be sold i,t bi.f the usual
price. ( I'l.TTis Si IliBP.
WIRE SCREENS, Fl UMTl RE, ETC,
Furniture manufactun i an. 1 all kinds of
repairing done, at my simp on Commercial
avenue, between Eleventh Twelfth
streets; also nil kinds of cabinet making to
order. Mattresses manufactured to order
and kept on sale, Repairing mid uphol
stering done on short notice, i iinve a
good supply of walnut i-.n-u;, !:, ,m,i w,re
doth for sercits.to be iu-ni-u; j., 1C latest
Price vi :v
CuVidV.ate's Naiaes. - -I J
I I ; $ j
TUESDAY MOUMNO, .IL'XK 8.
THE OTHER SIDE OF GIRL-MOTHER
My Duttr "MmUiKtiii":
True as I know your propositions to be,
in regard to the shameless depravity of tho
female portion of my hapless race, I can
not bring myself to contemplate, them with
other than feelings of resentment, and in
dignation. Fifteen years of freedom ten
years of which wero spent in the schools of
your little city have done moro for mc
than a hundred years of bondage and no
educational advantages, did for my down
trodden, ignorant ancestors;, they have
shown me what degradation means; they
have given me tho power to see myself and
my race as we appear to you nml yours.
The hot blood of shame bums my swarthy
cheek in recognition of our depraved condi
tion, but the white blood in my veins rebels
against the denunciatory terms in which
you speak of us. Who made of us what we
are but you and yours? Who instilled within
our very blood and bones and instincts the
idea that for a colored woman to bear all
the children she could bear was to do her
self a lasting honor? Who, but our white
masters and mistresses? Think you the
training the very religion taught and
beaten into a race of people for many gen
erations together, can be eradicated from
the blood in one or two generations?
You known it cannot. Then why
are you so relentless? Have you no mem
ory of our wrongs? Do you not know the
relation we, as a race, bear toward the whites
now? To whom can we look for examples
of wisdom and of virtue if not to them?
Is not yours the power yet, as it has ever
been, for all good or evil, over us? If we
are not, as a people, as far advanced in in
telligence, morality or social elevation as
secmcth good to you, remember from what
plane we started. Have you set us, at all
times and in all things just the precedent
best for us? Indeed you have not. I am
grateful for the blessings you have show
ered upon us, in the last few years; but I
do not forget to whom, alas, we owed our
need of them. The offspring of my mas
ter's eldest son, I have inherited the pride
of my father's family along with the dusky
complexion of my innocent mother. Who
taught her that bastardy was disgraceful
or degrading? No one. Did the aristo
cratic white blood of her master's race and
family teach her that her little daughters'
very existence Was a shame? Not by a
"long shot." Every child added to the
family of slaves on that plantation, was a
oreattire to be proud of. Nor was ours an
isolated case, as you must know,
nor ours an exceptionable family.
Did our freedom from slavery bring
us in contact with purity only? Look for
your answer in the bright-skinned negroes
all over this country. Scan the faces of the
babies in these colored girl's anus and see
how very small the per cent, of black babies
vo will find, llow does the white blood
get in their veins, can you tell me? The
answer is clear to you as to me, when you
admit, as you must, that there are no mar
riages between white men and black wo
men. Have you ever given the matter a
moment's serious thought; and if you have
to what conclusion did you arrive as to who
were the fathers of these bright negro chil
dren? Let me tell you who they are; you
can find them among your professional
men; in your counting-houses, and dry
goods stores; you bakeries and saloons;
among your railroad men and steamboat
men, your teachers and even among your
most zealous religionists. Look around you
and if I am not correct, show me wherein
I fail of being so. Do you ostracise these?
Do you condemn them? Not much, you
don't! Bring them to justice; then bring
us. N long as you iioiii them in gooil
social standing what fear have we
of being damned? None; how
could we have? why should we
have? Do you teachers and preachers
lend their great power for good in condeiu-
ing from the pulpit and desk, these white
fathers? Why should you expect or ask of
ours that which you do not exact of your
own? Set us, first, the good example we
are if little else, an imitative people. We
Icani rapidly from example. The prostitu
tion as you call it when you apply it to our
race, is one of the things we have had set
before us, all our lives taught us as a vir
tue in fact, by the men of your race.
Do you wonder the lesson is so readily
learned by the young of my people? Do
not suppose that to me this seems right or
enohling the dark skin is tingling with
the heat of .shame. The baby girl that I
love so well, will know no such shame, if
her mother's teachings can save her. There
is nothing disgraceful in her birth, and In r
life shall be pure if I can make it bo, ib -spite
the almost resi.-tless whirlpool of deg
redntion that threatens to swallow up all
virtue in her race. Take from us, oh,
3Iodestus, yen and your people, the
the snares that tempt and blind our poor
girls. Show us by your horror of sin in
your own, how we should look upon it in our
people. .Make the example one that it is
worthy of you to make and that it will ele
vate us to follow. What is good for the
whites is goml for the blacks, I think,
also. The standard of morality and de
cency that you place your menfolks tq on
must, for the present, at least, sutlice us
for our 'women. Raise it and in time we
will follow you. The white girl of which
the gocd editor of The Bi'i.i.etix speaks
so kindly, shows by her isolated condition
just how far above the plane upon which
you have placed the men of your race, the
women of your race ate placed. Why do
you mr.ke this distinction? The Southern-
FIVE c:ent CIGAR !
The most pleasing smoke for
DO NOT FAIL TO GIVE IT A TRIAL.
Lovers of the weed who appreciate a tine aromatic smoke
will do well to try
i n I
Strictly hand-made of the choicest selection of Havana Tobacco and superior in qual
ity to two-thirds of tho Cigars imported to this country.
V Sl.XCU-13 TRIA.1. AVIXL SATISFY
The most fastiuious taste of the merits of this Cigar.
SOMMIY ALL FIRST-CLASS RETAIL DEALERS.
The above brands are especially adopted to fine trade, and no dealer should he
SOLE A.GKNTT ?0l CAIRO,.
Call and examine and he convinced. H. MEYEKS.
ers made this distinction in a more marked
degree than even you do. Your schools
teach it your ministers preach it. Is it a
law divine or a law of your own making?
Hoping the editor of Tin: Bi lletin will
see the justice ot alluwiv.g this subject to
be presented from the other, or orn side,
to his readers, I presume to s nd it, in
differently well as I know it is presented by
me. To men of brain and principle such
as he is, am I indebted for the knowledge,
little as it is, that I possess. But for this
my appeal to the whites for charity and
consideration and leniency for my race had
been a dumb appeal, indeed.
"Will it do no harm?" This is the
question often asked, and the answer is, "it
can not," for Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup is an
innocent remedy, warranted to contain
neither Opium, Morphia, or anything in
jurious. Price cents a bottle.
A FKEsit arrival of choice Roasted Coffee
at Pettis & Birds.
Mr. Paul M. Fn-idrieh, known to our
people as a suceesstul educator, will open a
Gennan-Engli.-h School, m Turner's Hall,
on the first Monday in June.
All branches will be taught that are re
garded essential to a thorough practical ed
ucation. ,An evening school, at Mr. F's residence
on Ninth streit, will be opened on the
evening of the same day. Private lessons
in German or any other study given, on lib
For particulars apply to Mr. Fn idrich, at
As the warm weather is here get your
Tea to make Ice Tea from
Pettis k Binu.
ICE! ICE! ICE!
I am prepared to furnish ice wholesale
or retail all through the season. Office,
Eighth street, between Commercial and
Washington avenues, next door to Bristol's
grocery store. J.( on Ki.ee.
We ake selling Groceries cheaper than
the cheapest. Pettis A Bin.
LimiLLAWs Tin Tag smoking tobacco
in eighth, fourth, half and pound packages.
Also Lorillard's N'ckle Nuggets and Dime
Nuggets, for sale at F. Korsineyer's at fac
IHX0N SPRINGS. ILLS.
These springs will be opened June 10th
under the management of the new proprie
tors, who would respectfully announce that
they have been thoroughly repaired, Over
thirty new cottages and new, large and
capacious dining rooms have been built,
furnished entirely with new furniture, new
beding, spring mattresses, etc. The springs
are situated in a high and healthy locality,
surrounded by magnificent scenery; and
tlieir mcilical qua1 lties, riot cxccliiM ly any,
are too weil known to need any comment.
They are supplied with an abundance of
ice, refreshments and amusements usually
found at summer n sorts, The best of fare
and strictest attention to the comfort of
guests is guranteed -all for the small sum
of Js: per week. Special rates to tainilies.
J. 1!. Bimw.n i'c Co.. Proprietors.
M..y iTith, 17'.).
In-:, In: Wholesale ANd Retail in
large or small quantities, Wagons will
run daily to all parts of the city, delivering
pure Lake Ic;; in Mll.i quantities as cus
tomers may desire, Leave orders at my
residence on Seventeenth near Commercial;
at Sargeants, on Eighth street, or addrots
Hit: through the post-olliee,
F. M. W.ut:-.
Gkoclhies, New and Fiiemi. I have a
full line of fresh family groceries of every
variety, just received, ami for sale at close
figures. All kinds of vegetables fresh from
the gardens. A largo stock of canned
goods, fruits, etc, at Trigg'a old stand,
Washington avenue. 3. K. Si-illeu.
the money ever olferetl to the
Tex Cents Woutu. If you want a neat
smooth shave for ten cents, or a fashionable'
hair cut for 2"i cents, or anything else in
the toiisoiiul line, remember the place to
go to is Henry Schick's, No. Mi Commer
John .1. Si elzeu has removed his stock
to Eighth street in the store lately va
cated by H. Houpt. He has a largo stock
of jewelry ot all kinds, watches, clocks, etc.
His silverplated ware is un.surpa.-.-ed and he
sells, down,, down, way below anything ever
yet offered in this market. His watcht
and clocks are also down to the sin ilk-t
margin. He is a first-dan jeweler and
works surprisingly cheap, repairing tirm -pieces
and jewelry, and always guarant' .s
his work. Trv him.
11 pound Old Barrv Letter Heads.
r,H ' Note Ilea Is.
o " Linen Letter Heads.
2b; " Linen Note .Hi ads.
The lest quajity of papi r at prices of
the cheapest grade.
! pound statements all colyrs.
10 pound Bills Lading.
14 and U! pound Bill Heads-all sizes.
Extra super white Envelopes at St. I.oui
wholesale prices. Printing 1,"0 extra.
Ruling and Binding, all kinds at The
XKW AP ENTICEMENT.
A siile tinr Irify. n'tvaw at, ui:hc".:t toy-,
at llie ilnKetin coiiiitlui mum.
11 AXI HOTEL,
Room and Board, i:!.''0 mid $1.00 jvr Doy
Hath roe:.. s uel I'l.rlr r extra.
All Modern Improvements
UILMOriiiV SONS. Proprietors.
mil Klosinnt 1 '.'iHwiiirer
liOllKliT WISE M:,.t, r
li. W. TiloMl's.c.N i ivrn
Wi'.l sell Eiiiiinl Trip Tielo-' fri.rn Cairn. .M.-tr..;--ulis.
l'liiliieali ami Miiill.l mil. to Cincinnati ami r---turn,
.'(mi! iluriic t In; inuntl,- nf Muv anil June,
i o.i iuninu' Matennun in purl) tur Ti !i liol'.ur-:
I ineiniiiiii oilers mure ultiaetiuiiH to vi-itnr llie-i.
toi tn t in t ) i s t Inui iliirin- all others of the je:ir
Ami wishing' tn favor vur-iuiil-t. I make th:
lilieral reil'iellon in any wishing in iiuil;e llie rnm.i!
tlip. The Nm!h Allicrirall Si' liveliest -iii,riu iii -,1'ilie
lltli : U-sier Waliaek. the l.reiit 'I ra.'ei'.ail.
M.nlum Atiiler-on, in,' i hiimplnii Walker: ami
I'aiil r.Dvtoii, the world -renowned Swimmer, will
I i'1'he Animals lathe Zonioirtrul (larileii will t.e
In their mimiier ii.aro-r'. Shllllto i emit I'r
liooils I'alace- 0 lie liuzaar ol American Fashions'
--will have sprint: ami manner iipeiiini nnti
.lime l.Mli. Ami Willi the llill-toji KeHirt," Tree
to all, llie "1'arlH of Amelv a" will lie Ceell w In t.
in. l t attractive.
"'illi "HAFF" C.MMMKK A IT Lb rtTKJNil HANI
A .noil time Is iromlseJ. Invitu your frieml.
ami Join n In a trip.
Leave Cairo, p. m., I'r'nlay May tali . Mom! ay
MayJii. Friday, Jtn.e 11. .Monday, .luiic :h I'r;-
ilay. J ulv is. Your, Ke-pectiiillv,
lit iIIEHT W. WISE.
JKsK IIINKI.I1, N. 11. TlllsTI.IlWOOtl, J. 11. MonllH
1 inkle, Tjiistlkavood
Fiirmer's Tobacco Warehouse
Nos. 141 nml l'r CoinmiTclitl Avcuuc,
?irA)u'u Ailviitirvniont niiulu ou t'uusljjti II
inv-iun in .uiim n-, 1'ioiir, aim eiruiu,
i'fAi:ititii for (li ar. Scott A Co. tlirPKliliur ma
chine., tiorialilc, miw mill nml tlire.lutiu uiixliu'..
Airetit. for eiiuinpiua Imrvcslliii! mncliliii', laowern
and re up urn.
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