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ALL AUVKMTIHKMKNTH In tola eolumn. ot
Ivr line wb or 1' will bo vuhllihtl for AS
jidU ana luwrtlouitl litnt. SO rent; 1 wcvk. WO;
wontb, I.Ml; a mimitli, without chaiu-P. 1H0 Pr
tooiith. Ka h ddiiuiiml Hue, promu. Situation
8or Miid dwelling home formerly occupied ly
Phil. 8 Htiejr. at .;roiini'ld' Landing, Mo Ap
lly to Ttt. tireunflcld.
FOR HAI.K. ,
irtti-d to null tho good will, atotlt and llxmr.'
of tecond hind tor ou Commercial, avcwie, near
Sltnatlon M laborer in warehouse .J1"'!!:
ODtDilMtoHurk. Apply at l'l'h' ''e,,r
Office room lover Tuher jewelry Store
terma. elc.applj l the More.
II. MAREAN, M. I)..
Homeopathic Physician ami Surgeon.
Office 140 C'i. atuercliil avimne. Residence corner
Fourteenth St. and Waebiut'ton avenou, Cairo.
R. K. W. WIinWJL'Iv,
Orrx B-No- lafi Commercial Avenue, between
EiRhtB aud Niutli Street
R. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICE Eighth Street, near Common-la! Avenue.
Notary Public and Conveyancer.
OFFIf'E:-With the Widow andOorpnan' Mu--al
PROPRIETOR OF SPROATS PATENT
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car L,oads a Specialty
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
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Wai-dimton Avenue, Coi'.
CAIRO. - - ILLS.
rjMIE CITY NATIONAL BANK
W. P. n.M.LIDAV, Preoldi-tt.
U. L. UALLIIJAY. Viee l'redtil.
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II. II. CANlllT..
Exchange, Coin and United States Bonds
UUl'i.HT AND SOLD.
Dop.tnlti'rt'f.elved and a t,c.'-riil l-nnkiii ir tiiit,ep
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES.
Maiuilni'lnrer nf nud Duuler UiAUn
TIN, COPPER i"t SHEET-IRON WARE
ALL MNU OK jn WWIK MiKK Tip DttllKIl
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.C.AIUO. : II.I.iNoi
Wool! AMI COM,.
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Coi'd Wood. Stove Wood,
RIG .MUDDY COAL
WOOD AKD COAL YAW):
TVntli Street, Between Washington m
' ComniPi'i lal.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Only Movniutr Dally to Southern Illinois.
RNTT.HKI) AT THE POST OFriCB IN CAIUO, IL
LINOIS. AS 8KCOND-CLAS8 MATTER.
OFFICIAL PAPBHOP ALEXANDER COUNTT.
F.rnewt II. Thielookt, City Kdltor.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In Ihlf column, Ave ceuts per line, each
p'oit Salf. For cash, a new two-liuu-
dred dollar Mendelssohn piano, for $123,
and the freight from factory. Apply at
Just received at The Bulletin oflice a
stock of paper especially for "Ilertogrnph"
ICE! ICE! PURE LAKE ICE!
V. M. Ward will enter the field again
this fcciisou, with his ice wagons, and will
be prepared, as formerly, to furnish pure
lake ice, iu any part of the city, every day,
iu any quantity desired. The fact that he
will give the business his personal super
vision, furnishes a guarantee that his pat
rons will be promptly, faithfully and satis
The undersigued will, on and after
May 1st, be prepared to turnish our citi
zens a first rate quality of ice cream,
equal in every way to that furnished in
Chicago, made fresh daily, and furnished
iu freezer, from one gallon upwards; deliv
ered to any part of the city. This cream is
made by an experienced artist and cannot
lail to give satisfaction on trial. Orders
left at ice house, corner Eighth and Levee,
will receive prompt attention. Will be fur
nished at $1.25 per gallon in quantities from
one gallon upwards. Robert Hewett,
To my old customers aud ns many now
ones who read this, greeting: I am pre
pared to deliver iu any part of the city ice
of best quality and at tlte lowest possible
price. I respectfully solicit your patron
age acd guarantee satisfaction. Ice box on
Eighth street, next to Bristol's, open at nil
hours, clay or night. Orders tilled cither"
fnm wagon or at the ice box.
1 Yours, Respectfully.
SALT'S ICE CREAM PARLORS.
The warm weather is here and Phil. II
Saup has prepared for it. He has estab
lished hiniselt iu his new quartets next to
the corner of Eighth i-tnu t nud Washing
ton avenue, and is prepared to furnish the
best of ice cream and uiiytlmig in the con
fectionery line, in any quantity, on short
nliee. His rooms tor the accommodation
of parties wishing to refresh themselves
with a plate of his delicious cream, are ele
gant and complete in all their appoint
ments. He deserves, ami no doubt will re
ceive tin liberal patronage of our citizens
for the pains he has taken in furnishing
them with such an excellent establishment,
(ive him a call.
THE TIME AN I) PLACE.
The time is now, and the place is (.'. W.
Henderson's, corner Twellth and Commer
cial, to buy Simmon's patent refrigerators.
A large stock, all sizes and prices, just re
ceived; also a lull assortment of water
coolers, fishing tackle, wire cloth for window
scorns and a full stock of the celrbniteil
'White Mountain" ice-cream fivcers.
I'i iecv "rock bottom."
lie!viiii:s anil 1
ow cases. New.
1'. II. Si m li.
I iiiu prepared to pump out and repair
cisterns promptly aiM at prices to suit the
times. Apply at No. 2 Winter's row; or
by postal card. J. S. Hawkins.
Cairo, April '.'!), 1 nmi.
NOTICE OF REMOVAL.
For the accommodation of the public
generally, I have removed front the factory
building, corner of Seventeenth street and
Washington aveune, to No, 101 Commercial
avenue, where I ant better prepnred to dis
play my lart;e Mock, coiisistinvol'lioii-.i'liold,
parlor and kitchen furniture, which for
qirdity, neatness ami price cannot be sur
passed. t AMP ( IIAllis A.V) I Mil, OKI'. Vs. IUie.ll
A specialty, Everybodj is invite terv
limine my stock. Remember the place, Sixth
and Commercial, next to Dan llartmaim's
old stand. Respectfully,
Wm. En iiiioi k.
Wan'I'KK A boy to learn press work and
feed cylinder-presses; Apply at Tiik Bn.
COAL OIL STOVES,
A full stock of Westlake non-explosive
wire gauge coal oil stoves, the cheapest,
completed i;nd quickest cooking stove in
the world. Also wire cloth for screens and
a full assortment of hardware, hollow ware,
fishing, tackle, etc,, ut A, IIai.i.kvV.
Coiniiien. la! uve., opposite Seventh si.
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN:
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In thece columua, ten cetiti per line,
YocumA Broderick, headquarters for
Halhday Bros.' flour.
A. W. Lewis, a thriving merchant of
Pulaski, was in the city yesterday.
"P. CV Hour can't be beaten for the
money. Sold by Yocum & Brod,orick.
Mr. Geo. Fisher, who, has been absent
from the city for several days, returned yes
terdny. There will b the usual service in the
various churches to-day. We hope all will
be well attended.
Flour, all grades in any quantity fiom
ene pound up, every pound guaranteed, at
Yocuut & Broderick's.
The Baptist Sunday school is held
every Sunday morning at half past nine
o'clock in Turner's hall.
Miss Owens, of Cincinnati, who has
many friends in this city, was a passenger
on the Gaff for Memphis.
The "Daisy" is a daisy patent flour
manufactured by Halliday Bros. Sold by
Yocum & Broderick.
Capt. AV P. Halliday returned on the
train yesterday from Washington, New
York and other cities.
The ladies of the Methodist church will
give a fair and strawberry festival on the
13th and 14th of the present month. This
We yesterday formed the acquaintance
of Mr. B. H. Kuhlman, of Maytield, Ky.,
who is connected with the famous lime
stone distillery of that burg.
Mr. Boyle, of Decatur, who has accept
ed a position in the telegraphic department
of the Cairo and Vincennes railroad at Cairo,
arrived with his family yesterday.
Mike Sheehan returned from his coun
try home yesterday, and will rusticate here
a day or two before returning. His saw
mill, up the road, is now in full blast.
"Sylph," Halliday Bros.' best flour, for
sale by Yocum & Broderick.
Dr. Stevenson has located at Commer
cial Point, and is said to like it a hundred
per cent, better than Cairn. That may be true
but how any man can like any place better
than Cairo is beyond our comprehension.
Mr. F. J. Schupp. millwright, with
Tood ii Co., of St. Louis, who has been en
gaged for the last 2 months putting in new
machinery at A. Mackie's mill, has finished
the work in an entirely satisfactory manner
and will leave to-morrow for St. Louis.
"Cleopatra," the best family flour at the
price in the city, nt Yocum A- Broderick's.
The circus yesterday proved to be an
irresistible attraction to many country and
town people round about us. Our streets
and sidewalks were swarming with stran
gers who went about spending nickels here
mid there and by turns taking things in
ami being taken in by them, until the show
began, when they took it in.
-"The temperance army" meets this af
ternoon at 4 :() o'clock. Interesting exer
cises will be the order of the meeting, and
everybody is privileged and invited to at
tend. The organization has been in exis
tence only a comparatively short time, but
is already ft strong one. Its object is good,
its influence highly beneficial, its meetings
always interesting, and should be attended
A colored man got into a quarrel with
one of the showmen, which terminated in
blows the showman strikiiiL' the negro n
blow over the head with a pole, which bereft
him of his senses. After eonciousness re
turned the negro swore out a warrant for
the showman's arrest. He was brought be
fore Squire Comings by Officer Snhuekers,
and was fined five dollar and costs which
he paid and came out . K.
Our remarks yesterday, blaming some
of our ollicuis for refusing to attend to the
stranger who died in charge of Mrs, Mc
(irath called forth protestations of inno
ccnee from some of them. They claim that
the case was not within their jurisdiction
aud that therefore they h id no business" to
meddle with it. It certainly was some
body's business an I it were well to come to
some conclusion now as P whose business it
is to attend to tie! burial of persons in the
condition of the ma:i referred to.sothat a re
currence ol a similar i irciiuistaiicf may be
- The emigration nf colored people from
the south continues to be quite laryy. From
til'iy to seventy-live persons still pass
throii::h here each week who, us a general
tiling, sland greatly iu n I of advice or
or assistance. The Cairo I'Vedmaii's l!e
lif Association has been found to render
iMiliur.tlits this tissistitllce. It teceivi s, we
are told, no financial support fiom politic,
i nis i,i this pirt of the c.oun'ry. bio js iim.
ply supplied from Topcka, The purpose
for which this association is lormcd is to
relieve, as far in possible, the wants mid nr.
cessitics of destitute I'reediiieii, refugees and
immigrants coining 1o this state; to provide
neces'iiry food, shelter and clothing for
them, when unable to provide I'm' them
selves; to succor the iced, the feeble and
the sick; to aid and assi-t them in procur
ing work, mid in finding homes, eiiher in
families, or when they wish to locate on
lands; to do and perform such other acti of
benevolence ns the necessities of such freed,
men, refugees and immigrants may require,
and humanity suggest.
SUNDAY MORNING, MAY
Prof. Ilonry Floyd,, who came to south
crn Illinois about sis months ago from the
south, and who has been teaching school
near Hodges Park during that time, but
spending part of tho time in ' this city ami
making numerous friends here, was yoster
day arrested by Officer Schuttor ou a charge
of forgery and lodged iu the county jail. It
appears that as teacher uf the school he was
paid a monthly salary and given orders
therefor on the township treasurer. Up to
the present time he has received six such or
ders, but, actuated by we know not what,
he forged orders for two month's salary
ahead and sold them to a Mrs Denton nt
Hodges' Park, who, becoming aware of this
fact, caused his arrest. He was brought
before Squire Comings and discover
ing some flaw in the papers
upon which he was arrested
which might insure his discharge, he
showed himself very anxious for trial. But,
when these informalities were corrected by
States Attorney Mill key and the letter and
spirit ot the law iu such cases complied
with, he refused to be tried just then, say
ing that he was not prepared for it. Various
stories injurious to him are afloat. But
such stories told about a man in Mr. Floyd's
position are not always true. We hope
that the case may not be as serious a one as
.it present it seems to be.
The Republican piimary meetings were
held in each of our live wards, yesterday at
2 o'clock in the afternoon. The object of
these meetings was the apointment of dele
gates who will meet at the court huuse on
Saturday next to appoint delegates to the
state convention which meets at Springfield
on the 1 0th inst., und ulso to take under con
sideration the advisability of nominating
a county ticket. The following are the
names of the gentlemen who have been ap
pointed delegates from each of the wards:
H. H.Candee, W. T. Scott. A.C. Coleman,
and L. Harris, from the First ward; J. C.
Zimmer, W. G. Bristol, W. E. Mc
Ewen, F. M. Cherry and J. B.
King, from the Second ward;
C. N. Hughes, Col. Wood, J. 15. Phillis
Capt. Wright, Jno. (iladney. Walker
Wilkerson and Warren Wims, lrom the
Third ward. C. O. Pstier, Hurbcrt, J.
B. Reed. Sim'l Booker ami R. Taylor,
from the Fourth ward, E. W. Green,
Onus. Laniestfr. Geo. Wooten, Sidney
Roberts and John Tyler, from the Fifth
ward. At the Fourth want meeting a
resolution, lauding General Grunt, was
introduced by Mr. C. O. Patier. but voted
down. It is however, the general belief,
and there is good reason for it, Lhat at
least two thirds of the delegates appointed
are third-termers and that they will make
an etfort on Saturday next to instruct Un
delegates to the 'state convention for
THE LIBRARY ENTERTAINMENT,
so.s'OS OF ShN, KiV. '
It is universally acknowledged that the
entertainment on list Thursday evening,
given under the management of a commit
tee of the ladies of the Library association,
was one of the most brilliant and thorough
ly successful ati'iirs ever known in Cairo,
ami when it is remembered that fifty per
sons, large and small, participated in it, and
that only a short time was given to its pre
paration, iu great sniees- was still more
remarkable and satisfactory.' The opening
number upon the programme was the Mocking-bird
and variations, given in a most ac
ceptable manner by Miss Nannie Olmsted,
who is a line musician, and was heartily en
cored by the large audience. Seven times
One. "Exultation," as recited beiiutilully
by little Florence Halliday as a prelude to
u lovely tableau, representing a May party,
in which Mamie I.ansdeii, ollie Reeves,
May McGlasseii. Lillin Sclitittei, Nellie
llurd, Nora Redman, Belle Phillips and
Edith Wa'hridge, all in charming costume,
were circling round a May pole, decorated
with evergreens and flowers and bright
c ilored ri'ohoiis, bi.'iieath which, nndei a
wreath of flowers, Florence took her piaee
in their midst. Directly after tie- tableau
and to I'nish the first stage, (ami: the up
propiiaie quartette--" The laugh of a
child." rendered finely by the quar
tette. Mrs. Wright. Mis. Mc-
K ud Messrs. Hacker and Melscc.
Seven Times Two, "Romance," was given
admirably by Miss Maud Kittenh mi.-, who
has a line voice and great expression, and
was followed by a tableau of "The school
girl's revert,'," by Miss Nannie Olm-ted, a
beautiful scene, brilliantly illuminated, us
were all of the tableaux, by (ireek lire, in
various colors, under the management of
Mr. .). T. Thomas, The music lor this
tableau was the lovely solo. "I dreamt th it
I dwelt in marble hulls"--from the Bohe
mian Girl given in n finished and artistic
manner by .Mrs. W. I'. Wrighl. Seven
Times Tiiree, "Love." was rendered most
musically and gracefully by Miss Clara
Rilibins, and introduced the charming
tableau of " The lover.' tryst" iu which
Mr, John II lynes, iu sailor dies, mid Miss
Frankie Rexl'ord, in a girden covfuni' with
tin' accessories of llowi fs ami moonlight
made a delightful pirtuiv, exactly suiting
the exquisite solo by Millard, "waiting,"
sung in her own inimii iblc maiim r by
Miss Pitcher, who eetnTously Mip-
plied Mrs, Winter'.. place who
was unable to sing on account
of indisposition. Seven Times Four, "Ma
turity," was well given by Miss Jennie
Wright and preceeded one of the loveliest
tableaux in which Mrs, II. Gcrould, ns the
mother, was seated on n grassy bunk,
threading a daisy chain for four of the
dearest little lblks, Untitle Hudson, Flora
Schuttor, Freddie Rittonhouso and Frankie
Cunningham, who were loaded down
with beautiful flowers, no prettier than
themselves. This tableau was loudly en
cored and ought to havo been shown twice.
The music for it was well suited, being a
most beautiful duct, "Cheerfulness," given
by Mrs. Halliday and Miss Titcher as only
they can sing, and was heartly enjoyed.
Seven Times Five, "Widowhood," was re
cited by Miss Huttio MeKee with much
expression, nud followed by a lovely
tableau, in which the grief stricken mourn
er, represented by Miss Russell, in widow's
weeds, knelt but ore the open pages of a
massive Bible. The white light on this
tableau made it most effective aud a repe
tition was called for by the delighted
audience. Owing to a necessary change
in the scenery and some confusion conse
quent, there was a slight delay iu the pre
sentation ot the music for this stage, but
it was fully compensated for by the sweet
aud artistic way in which Mrs. Stansbtiry
gave the lovely ballad, "Tender aud true,"
when she appeured, and the warm greeting
she received, showed that she is a great
favorite. Seven Times Six, "Giv
iug in marriage," was well
rendered by Mrs. Annie E. Smith, who
appeared immediately after as the mother
in the grand wedding scene, which
was tiik tableau of the evening, mid was
simply magnificent. The priest in full
robes, stole and bounds, with prayer book,
was represented by Mr. II. H. Caudee. The
bride by Miss Daisy Bobbins, whose beauty
wus enhanced by an elegant bridal costume
ol cream satin and brocade-, decorated with
lily of the valley fringe, and the bridal veil,
boqurt, etc. Mr. Harry Hughes was the
groom, and was supported by Mews. W.
G. Bobbins, Phil. Barclay, John Home,
Tom Redman and Max Black, in the even
ing suit, white kids, buttoiied-hole hooiicts
etc. The ladies in attendance on the bride
were Missrs Armstrong, Barclay , Taylot,
Woodward. M. Riley, F. Pitcher and Mrs.
W. G. Robbius, all inelegant costume and
combined in it lovely picture. The music
was Mendolsshou's Wedding Mareii. finely
executed by Miss Ella Bobbins. Seven
Times Seven,"Longing for Home," wis beau
tltifully rendered by Mis Russell, eliciting
many compliments as did the tableau fob
lowing, iu which Mrs. Smith. Mr. and Mrs.
Bobbins, Miss Daisy R.'bbins and Mr.
Hughes took part, while the quartette gave
with much feeling the suggestive piece,
"One Day nearer Home." The touching
poem, by Mrs. Rlttt nhouse, "Out of the
Depths" was then r"ad with great clcarm ..
and much feeling by Miss Thompson, fol
lowed by tin: beautiful quartette, "Good
Night." after which was displayed the
grand tableau, which was a combination of
all the others, and was a splen lid and bril
liant scene. Thosu who planned and ex
ecuted the cr.t"rtii:niciit, congratulate
themselves on its success, and all who took
part, have the consciousness of having done
so in a manner entirely satisfactory and
To the ladies and gentlemen who furnish
ed the music, especial praise i due. since
they cheei fully learned and presented nu;-ic
selected for them, suitable for the poems and
tableaux, instead of such pieces as they
might have preferred, and given with great
er satisfaction to themselves.
W. W. ( '( LE'S Si i W V ESTER I A Y.
Cole's great circus which airived here yes
terday morning ami spread its tent, upon
the usual show grounds, back of this office,
proved to be all thut it Was represented and
gave luiboimded satisfaction to all who wit
nessed the performance. Were we to men
tion all the excellent featuies and attempt,
by a description to do them justice, we
would not .accomplish the task bv devoilii'f
less than two columns to it. Therefore we
will mention only the most noticeable feat-
'1 he electric light, with which the can -
vassis lit up is of the clearest and most
brilliant character and iu comparison with
it, all illuminator- sink into insignificance.
It is equal to tin' light of the sun and is in
itself a sight well worth seeing. The per
formance commenced by the appearance in
the ring of Miss Ada Austin, the' premier
equestrienne, whose feats were certainly un
surpassed by any artist iu her line yet s-en in
this city. She was followed by Frank
Giirdnei, the champion c:ipcr of the
world, who, besides iiccompl i.shiug several
other wonderful feats, turned a double
sotiiersiiuli over four camels and one ele
phant. In accomplishing this tent he stood
upon a pi'iicsyl'seven feet high from w hich
he leaped - lrtaking his leap one of nineteen
feet in height, nud thirty-six feet in dis
tance. The actors on the horizontal bars,
who followed Frank Gardner's acting were,
we can truthfully say, mun of altogether su
perior skill whose equal will be dillieilll to
liudimd who have no superiors, Especially
may this be said of Messrs. Reno and Dun
liar. The principal male rider wi'is Fred
1! ii'eh'.y, who was very heartily applauded
by the audience and who certainly deserved
nil the applause he received, Among
nil those who are worthy of notice, how
ever, notie is more worthy than Miss Mag.
giet'liiire, who bv her beauty mid her nbib
' Oe en l it 1 en tin I nil lu'euelil Kin. il-i.'ii lilillll.
dance of i videnee that us 1114 actress mi the
trapeze she is unsurpassed. Theconli
denee, gnicn and enso which she dis
played, nt the height of filly feci; her dan
gerous and quick movements of various
characters, nt so great a height, stamp her
us 1111 altogether superior artist, and one
whom our people will always see with
pleasure and admiration whenever she vi
its this city.
Frank Goodner is a most excellent jockey,
His standing in a saddle which was placed
loosely upon tho horse's back while it
raced around the circle, was an admirable
feat, as was also his riding iu a chair
placed upon tho horse's naked back.
A very umusiiitf ami interesting sight
was the tetering of two ponies. The "horse
sense" they displayed was remarkable; but
much more sense, if such it may be called,
was shown by the six famous trick stalliom
animals ol unsurpassed beauty
in implicitly obeying the order.!
of their master in every instance in their
waltzing about the circle upon command,
and, finally walking out of tho ring on
their Jilnd-legs in an upright position. But
we have not sufficient space to enumerate
all that was done or shown mid can but Hay
that everything was presented as advertised.
Tlte leaping horses were all brought into
ring; the two giants, who were eight feet
high, lacking one inch, were there; as were
all the live animals which had been adver
tised and which had been procure I
from all sections of the world. The
crowd which witnessed all these wonders
and more too, at the afternoon performance,
was quite a large one. but a much larger
crowd witnessed them in the evening, ow
ing to the fact that the merits of the
show had been discoveicd by the
public in the afternoon. Bet
enough. We desire to say in conclu
sion that no show ever gave better satisfac
tion to all our people, including the most
refined, than did W. W. Cole's show yester
day, and should it in the future favot tn
with another visit we can safely promise
the manager lhat his show will receive tvea
a greater patronage than it yesterday r '
ceived. This will be because it has shown
itself to be deserving of the most hear'y
support of everybody.
A SENSIBLE SUGGESTION .
Mu. Em roi: Please allow me a sugges
tion to the city authorities, vi: Would i
not be a good plan to fill in the west-side
of Washington avenue with the old cans,
bottles, etc.. gathered up by the city Tin y
would siKjn become fixed in the earth an I
be a stroHg protection against the fc-ipe-wt-ter,
and be no extra expense either' Yours,
"City Moriitu ."
PARLOR CONCERT PROGRAMME
The fou 'wing is therogramnieof the par
lor concert which will be given at the n
nt S. P. Wheeler. E.q.; on Monday even
ing. May 3rd. A general and cordial in
vitation is extended :
Instui mknt.u. Du.T Fantiia e var.
from Norma, Thalbcrg; Misses S'raU 'ii
Rl.l.VriONs (if KliMlMi l'.t UK K TO Axi.K
k'a -Mr. T. W. Fitch.
Mt sit Eckert's Swiss snug; Mrs. J. M.
Ouation Mark Antony: Mr. C. B. .
Moii -Kellogg Waltz, Atdita; Mrs.
Tiik iaki;ii Wiimiw In characiet;
Mi-s K. A. Thompson,
Mlsic Molly Bawn, written and cvin
posed by Samuel Lover, Esq.; Mrs. J. M.
oe.n.i.sAi I'hkm Bob White: Mrs. A.
Mrsic Instrumental duett: Misses Dai-y
and Ella Bobbins.
Jarley s wax works.
A ( KNoW I.EDGE.MENT OF
A I.l-.'IJ KII Hlot Till', lllsllur OK W A l KUKol'.o
TO 1 II T KKH.lT.
j The tbllnwiug letter, which with gratilu'
! thank., acknowledges the receipt of th.;
sum of money sent to the Bishop of Water-
I lot d, was received by Mr. M. J. Howlcv.
We 'may say in this connection that the
committee ha. not yet heard fiom the other
Uisitof's Ilot'sK, Wati.ukoi;i.
April 10th, 1SSD.
Mv Di.mi Sin: -I beg you will accept
my most grateful thunks, und will convey
same to the kind hearted citizens of Cairo
who have favored Hie with the generous
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great distress that has fallen on our oor
Ireland is deeply grateful to the noble
hearted American people tor the uumificietit
aid she has lecicved in her hour of distress.
But for the timely and generous sums of
money remitted from America, thousands
upon thousands of our poor people would
have died of starvation.
Distress has been, I regret to say, extend
ing very mucli iiinong the small holders of
laud, whose stock of provisions is all but
exhausted, and w ho lire unable to purchase
seeds for the land. We greatly apprehend
that in the inicival between this und the
harvest season, that most deserviug class
will have to endure very severe privations.
Begging again that the generous contri
butors will accept my grateful thanks, on
behalf of the poor people towards whose
relief they have subscribed, I remain, my
dear sir, Yours vtry truly,
John Powim, Bishop of Waterford.
M. J. Howi.kv, Esq., Cairo, III.
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