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THE DAILY BULLETIN,
HMEHED AT TUB POST OfflCI IN CAIRO, IL
UNCUS, A SECOND-CLAM MATTER.
LOCAL WKATUBK KKl'OKT.
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Seru'l Hlsnal Coma. U. 8. A.
liavn i been -..ll.-lfcl l.y my friends and by a
Rrt .U umber of r.itmuii- hvc hor. tforu bocii
oppo.ed to me. u, ,.. """V0, 'l h r v an
t.U mayoralty of the city l Cairo, I T. M y an
noutiee tinVir for that position, pie h 1 ?
voter-of 'alrolodoas heretofore, not to shirk
n vrii I - In? he I our of peril, and assure them llui
?lYn, ".Vi". ll b,. ?o the interest o i am, d
h,relili-v 1 rem,. """""VsTER.
VVIU MA VOIt
1'UAl'U AND ruwilfj,. HPKKA1I TUB
L Cauio, March ITth, 11.
To the voters .d the cily ol Cairo:
At I e rcqm-rt ol nmny cuiw-uii tl. undersized
offc hi . Tvtre. to the iudepciida.it voter- of
f l wi" . nrtld.tte for the oHlce ... mayor. The
city require a man of cominerclal experience.
Jut ai this tl:ne. when we are so tlxed by unions
and foreign Interference m our "ineM man',
mem on this ureal American continent, and In the
u V. of VVa-hV'Hn, .IctlcrNHn, and Jackson, and
In the name of the (.re.i Vnlo, Ureei. m k La r
J'artv. for truth, iu-tice and equul rights, will I
mud. Vox l' I'" voll'el. r(. t,LAKKE.
We lire authorized to announce N. It. Jnl.TLf;
WOOD a a rnii'ti.intf ror re election to the office or
jpoli CLE UK. "
AUho'eariiest solicitation of many citl.eus- irre
spective ol color or politic, 1 have consented to
become a candidate for theolllce of Uty Cleric,
and respectfully ask the active and willing support
of all who are lavomble to my tn'),lrtrvI lulU)
Cf lro, HI., March lmh. 1H1.
poll CITV Cl.EUK.
Having been solicited by a number of my frle ds
al over the city to become a candidate for city clcik
in the co'iiinc city election. 1 hereby, in compli
ance with the wishes thus expressed, aunouhoe
myself n-a candidate for t h it office, and hope that
if my friend, will Htandbv me. J()UJl LALLY
W arc a thori.td to announce Mr. JOHN
WII.KKIiSON aacadldate for City Clerk In
tho Apiil election.
JOK CITY CI.KIIK.
Wc are authorized to aunouce Mr. LEANDKK
AXLKY aca ramliilute for City Clerk In the elec
tion to be held next month.
UU CITY CI.EHK.
I'lea-u nnnounce that I am a candidate ror re
election to the otllce of City Clerk at the enjuin
city election. U. J. FOLK i .
We lire authorized to nnnounco Mr. JOHN B.
PIIII.I.IS aacandi(latc forcltyclerk lu the ap
proachiuu miliiiclpul election.
Wc are authoil.el to aunoutice T N. KIM
BIKlUtill a a candidate fur Alderman from the
Firtward at the eiiHiilnmlty election.
pUU VUMCK MA'ilHTHATK.
Mr Editor: . . ,
i'li'iipo announce me a a randidute for re election
to the otllce of Police MnciKtrntts at the eunulni!
City V ectlon. lieHieil.llliy,
TjOU l'OI.K'E MAUISTIS.V1K.
We are authorized to announce Mr, AT.FKED
COMINtiS a a candidate lor the otllce ol I'ollce
MimiKtrHieliir l tu city ol Cairo at tho roiuiUKCity
jpuli CITY TUKASl'ItEK.
Killtor Itiilletin: l'leae announce my name a an
Independent candidate for the olllce of City Trea
At the esrneiit ollci till Ion of many friend I
hereby announce mvnelf a a candidate for City
Treaurer at the enmiiuK municipal election.
poll AI.DEKM AN, T111KI) WAltb:
W nre anthorlited to nnnounce. Mr. KfllSEKT A
PM1TII a a candidate for re eiectiou for Alderman
from the Third ward.
VOU AI.DE K.MAN, TIIIHU WA1IH
Caiho. III., April l:h. issl.
To B. McManu. .lame lO'ardeu, M. 1'. Fulton,
11,-nrv Thornton and other:
(iK.NTa Your very llnlteilni; petition In Tho Ilnl
letln of thi moriiini;. renuei'linu mn to become a
candidate for Alderman of the Third ward ha been
noted by uie. mid In compliance with your winhe
I herein- announce uivHclf a candidate for that
poMiloii. rroniUIni;', if elected, to represent my
ward and the citv ol Cairo to the liel of mv ability.
Verv recnertlully your. JOHN WOOD.
Argun and New copy.
pORALHEIIMAN. KIICST WAHI).
Wo are authorized to announce WILLIAM
II. II A UK it a muditl'ttc lor Alderman for the Kirn
ward, at the cii-uing rlty election.
JfOK ALDKHM AN, KOl'UTll WAItll.
At the ruiuet of my ninny frioudi I announce my
self a a candidate for re-election, In Hie approach
Init mniiicl ,.iil campaign, to the ioltlon of Alder
man from the Fourth ward. C. O. I'ATIKK.
IfOK AI.DEKM AN .SECOND WAHI).
We are authorised lo iiiinomice Mr. 11. IILOMH
an a caiidhlalefor Alderman from the hecona wurd
We are atHhnrixed to announce K. II. PKTTIT a
a run.Jiiliitu fur re-eieclloii iih Alderman, from tho
JfOU AUJJJKMAN Hl.'C N W.U'I).
In i-.nintiliiiir.e u ilh '.he urgent, mneated solicit
tlon of many of my friend in the tjecond ward. I
have reconsidered mv former conclulon and con
eut to maud a a landidale for Alderman from
Hecond ward. 0. N. HCtillKS.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In thl column, five, cent per line, each
tii'nriiou. For one month, W cents per line.
Use Tiik Caiho I'.i llktin scratch books,
for sale lit theolllce, 1200 leaves to tho
dozen books, to cents each or $1.00 per
Tlifv ave Coming.
Tiu lir.tncr.iK; Ht.s k of n,ds and Shoes
lor the tptng and hummer trade are now
daily arriving nml when Ku n )D t1(J
largest, best selected Mv m,)St climi,iL.to
stock of Men's ami ll.j, Lmlii-g Kti
dren's Hoots ami Shoes ever brouit to
this City. Comprising all the latest styles
and tho Hest Jlind-nmtlii and Kasteru
rirwlu i,vir iitroioil to tlm Public. Ituui.,..
ml re liuKed nil mv L'fHldH for Cash, I i'(it the
Inuiml lirieoa nntliem. Hlld will LMVU the.
public the Hcncflt by selling them lower
fnr r.umU tlmii any other House. I invito
nil to call on uie if in want of anything in
my line before purchasing eisewuere.
llont and fihoe Dealer. No. 10. dimmer
c:il Ave., Iietwoen Filth and Sixth 8 1 recti
Ice, Wholesale ami Retail.
I am now prepared to m il ice by the car
load, or by the pound at prices beyond
competition. My wrroiih 'iU run to all
pnrtsof the city during Hummer, wrvinp;
ice to cii8toim(i8 in quantities to unit.
i i.ll.k- ...til H-i.i,Snrt trrttn rtt
Uruers ior car-ma" mi" HC" r'ui"i"
attention. F. M. Wakd.
Privute St liool.
io. i,iii.i. an.l l.,if riovd have incrensod
their facilities for Hi" accommodation ot
their increased patronaye, by Iiavin so
cured another larc room adjoining their
school on Walnut, between i weiuu aim
Thirteenth streets. Day school, 9 a. 'in.
Ladies' class at 3, and nitfht school at 7 p.
m. Terms low. but invariably in advance.
The building of cv and cloanin out
and repairing old cisterns a speciality.
Orders by postal pioinptly attended to.
.1. S. Hawkins.
lUifkleii's Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulsers, salt rheum, tever sores,
etter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and
all kinds of skin eruptions. This salve is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in
every case or money refunded. Trice, !23
cents per box. For sale, ny (!ko. E. O'Haka
Moi'NTKU vaniislietl, and paper mans of
Cairo for sale, at Tin-: IH-'I.lktin omec.
A good stock of paper, expressly for
Hcktograph use, for sale at Tub IJi'I.i.ktin
The best of corned beef in any quantity
desired can be had at Fred Keohler's sam
ple shop on Eighth street, between the
avenues. Other meats of the best quality
also always on hand. Call upon Fred if
you want good meats.
Many ralroads have discarded the old
mane of scales, substituting the improved
Howe. Horden, Sellick & Co., Agts., Chi
Try It! Try It!
Use the Pantagraph Hinder. Covers furn
ished free of charge. No extra charge
over ordinary binding for the tablets.
Furnished only by The Cairo Bcm.ktin
for putting up Letter, Note, Hill Heads and
other printed stationery.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice in theo column, ten cent per line,
each inertion. Marked
Smoke Schuh's Gilt Edge tive-cent-cigar.
Humor has it that a republican paper
will be established in radticah, Ky.
The best 5 cent Cigar is to be found at
the Golden Grotto.
Do not forget to attend the literary en
tertainment at the Atheneum to-night.
The latest styles, soft and stiff Hats,
just received at A. Marx's.
Hrtieggemann and Hfeilfenberger are
the names of the opposing candidates for
mayor in the village of Alton.
Several men were yesterday at work
on the roof of the court-house, repairing it.
Measures taken for Spring Style Silk
Nats at A. Marx s.
Go to the atheneum to-night, fill the
house full, and thus do honor to Cairo by
honoring one ot her gifted children.
Any person with money to loan on
long term, at lair rate of inteiest, nmy tiud
s customer in advertiser in "small ad''
Miss Edith O'Goiman, the Escaped
Nun, as she is called, lectures in Quincy on
the subject of "Lite in a Convent," on
Yesterday the city election of Hlooin-
ington occurred. There were three tickets
in the field the republican, democratic
I'aducah has just gotten up fifty sub
scribers to tho telephone exchange, that
being the number required to establish the
system in that city.
-A large ilicit distillery was raided on
Thursday at Casey ville, Ky., ly Dr.
Church, a revenue officer, The distillery
and contents were destroyed.
.10 suits, all wool Scotch Caso at,
tl2.no -sold everywhere at 15.00 -nt A.
Marx, the Hobs Clothier.
Extra copies of tho Weekly Bulletin
of April 18 (yesterday), containing the de
linquent tax list, are for sale at The Bulle
A quantity of ice came down in two
barges from l'uducah, Ky., yesterday and
was distributed among some of our mer
chants and dculers.
Cairo city bonds have advanced recent
ly from seventy to seventy-live cents, which
is certainly a good sign and ought to make
the voters of the city feel encouraged.
Mr. and Mrs. James Curran.ot Peoria,
Ills., were chloroformed and robbed two
days ago of if 1 75, which they kept betwceo
the mattresses of the- bed in which they
A proclamation has been issued by
Mayor Thistlewood, requiring all places
where intoxicating liquors are sold toclofie
and remain so until after seven o'clock
Secretary Lincoln will spend the sum
mer at Ityo Beech. Like his predecessors
and other olucials, be seems to think this
"no of the duties imposed upon him by the
offlce he holds.
Preparations rr a Loan Exhibition
have been in progress tor some time in Au
di, Ills., and, as here, it will bo conducted
by the ladies orth city, h will be. open
cd for tho first time this morning.
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN;
The nobbiest place in the city for
ladies to visit, the Golden Grotto.
Hibernian hall was decorated
Sunday and yesterday in order
to make it more attractive
on tho day of their ball next Wednesday
The finest Foiintaino and the coldest
Soda Water in tho city, at tho Gulden
County court mot in the court house
yesterday for the transaction of probate
business. Mr. Damron, tho prosecuting
attorney, is still quite ill, and hence no
criminal cases can be tried.
The election need not prevent any one
from attending tho elocutionary entertain
ment at (he Atheneum to-night. Tho re
turns cannot be announced until several
hours after the entertainment closes.
100 suits Middlesex Flannel, warrant
ed Indigo Blue, at f 13.!i(), worth 15.50,
at A. Marx's, til Ohio Levee.
The alarm of lire last Saturday evening
was given because of the burning out of
the Hue of Mrs. Buckley's dress making
establishment, on Washington avenue, be
low Tenth street. There was no occasion
for alarm and no damage was done.
Check books, rceipt books, order
books, etc., made to order on short notice
at The Bulletin otllce.
The man with the patent churn was
around yesterday getting subscribers to
stock in the manufacture of his machine.
He had, up to yesterday, been very success
ful in his efforts, having obtained the sig
natures of sonic of our most prominent
A regular rush at the Golden Grotto.
Why? Everything clean, purest and best
of Syrups, sparkling and Ice Cold Soda
Water; the nicest of Canfections and
Fruits and Cigars to suit the most fasti
dious. Yesterday morning, while, the
son of Mr. B. F. Parker was turning the
corner of Twelfth street and Washington
avenue on his way from the postoffiec to
the store with a horse and buggy, tho horse
stumbled and fell on his side, breaking the
shaft, but doing no other damage.
On Sunday afternoon the remains ol
Mr.Titu O'Sullivan, Henry Sanna, and of the
little child of Mr.andMrs.Martin were taken
to Villa Hid jc for interment. The Ancient
order ot Hibernians, headed by the Cmn-
ique baud, accompanied the remains of the
first named to their last resting place.
The ladies and gentlemen of Cairo have
united in tendering a complimentary bene
fit to night to Miss Kittie Alvord, a talent
ed and deserving young lady, who has
lived here from childhood, and they have
also united in a determination to give her
the l.irgi. st audience ever assembled in the
Euiaon is fairly in business with his
electric light in New York and competing
with the gas companies, wires having al
ready brjn put in a number of private
houses. The new light is soft and white,
and can be turned off by simply moving a
thumb-screw, either from a single burner
or from an entire house.
Another little old shanty is being
rudely thrown together on Ohio levee be
tween "'Twelfth and Fourteenth streets.
It will be occupied by some one with a
trunk, a dirty blanket, a chair and fifteen
cents, and then be advertised as a restau
rant by a rude sign painted with shoe
blacking on a sidewalk plank.
Our health officer, Samuel M. Orr,
who so efficiently served tho city last
year, will resign his position and accept
another that is more lucrative and much
pleasanter, in connection with the wharf-
boats. Mr. Orr made an excellent officer
last year, and would have made a still bet
ter one had he been more at liberty to act.
He is to be congratulated, however, Upon
his improved condition in life.
The Knights Templar who attended
the services ot the Presbyterian church in a
b dy Sunday morning made a magnificent
display in their uniforms as they proceed
ed from their hall to the church on Eighth
street. Several of the Sir Knights from
Anna and Carbotulale camo tlown and took
part in the precession. The services at the
church were unusually impressive, the ser
mon in particular being both powerful in
argument and elegant in diction.
Vote for the men you believe to be
honest; who, you know, will make it their
object to keep their official record free
from the stain of corruption and bribery;
who will not make their official patronage
an art idle of trallic for their own pecuniary
benefit; who will deal with every question
submitted to them in their official capacity,
according to their honest convictions ol
right, influenced only by the desire to in
crease the wealth, enlarge the commerce,
improve the society an 1 brighten the re
putation of tho city of Cairo.
Police business was a little more lively
yesterday than it had been for a number ol
days before. Two boys were caught in a
skrimage and hold to answer in tho court,
where they were dealt with according to
the enormity of their offense. Two negro
men were also at the same business ami tho
mate of a steamboat lying at our whart,
used physical argument in enforcing his
views against one of his hands. All the
parties to theso lawless proceedings were
arrested and properly punished. Tho no
gro Mason Parker, who cut a colored wo
man down town Friday last, had his pre-
TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 19, 1881.
'iminary examination beforo Esquire Com
logs yesterday, and w sent to tho county
jail under bond.
The ladies miss it when they do not
visit tho Golden Grotto, a bijou of
Lost About ten days ago, a pair of
rubber-bound nose spectacles. Finder will
please leave them with Mr. A. H. Irvin, or
at this office.
At no time havo tho people of Cairo
had a better opportunity tor showing their
appreciation of homo talent, or a better
cause for a manifestation of pride than they
will havo this evening. It has been many
years since the Cairo public havo had an
opportunity of seeing and listening to tho
rendition of a programme; such as will be
presented at the Atheneum to-night. A
number of our most gifted ladies have con-
si nted to tuke part in the exercises, which
fact alone should and would attract a full
house. But this, as is known, is not all
Miss Kittie Alvord is the central figure in
tho evening's entertainment; it is for her
beuefit that the pcoplo of Cairo, in consid
eration ot her kindness in contributing to
tho success and delightfulncss of other en
tertainments, havo instituted this affair.
She makes her debut before the Cairo pup-
lic this evening. She will exert herself
on this, as she has done of former
occasions, to entertain all who may got.,
hear her, and it is needless to say that she
will be eminently successful. There are
not many communities that can boast of
the possession of such talent as Cairo pos
sesses in the person of Miss Alvord, hence
our people should be, and doubtless are,
proud of her. It is a duty that every
society owes to talent in every form to give
it a hearty encouragement, and this duty
is well discharged by other cointnuni
ties. The people of Caiio cannot afford to
ignore their own citizens who are endowed
with gifts which would command the
greatest admiration from other communities,
and to judge fiom the large number of
tickets that have been sold, we feel safe in
saying that Miss Alvord will be greeted by
an audience that will compare favorably
in every respect with any that has ever
gathered in the atheneum or elsewhere in
City Engineer Charles Thrupp re
turned from his trip out, west on last Satur
day; several days sooner than he expected
to return. He reports snow about fifteen
feet deep on both sides of the railroad
track for many miles and expects the rivers
here to rise gradually forsevcnl days yd.
He had a rather pleasant
trip, being one ot a party
composed of civil engineers, railroad dig
nitaries and their wives. The object of the
Illinois Central Railroad Company in send
ing the party of engineers to Fort Dodge
was to gain information as to tho possibili
ty of a change in the Minneapolis ifc St.
Louis railroad, where it crosses the track
of the Illinois Central company. Just be
fore the train reached Fort Dodge it was
prevented from being totally wrecked by
the watchfulness and cautious action of
the engineer. Looking ahead, tho engin
eer saw a two horse team, with a number of
men aboard, standing actoss the track, and,
as it did not move as the train came nearer,
lie shut oil' the steam and allowed the train
to approach slowly. As soon as
the men in the wagon saw that
the train was slacking its speed
they hurried off with the wagon as fast iu?
the horses could go. This aroused the en
ginner's suspicions and he instituted an in
vestigated before proceeding further.
He found, upon going ahead
of the train some distance, that a most
diabolical scheme to wreck tho train had
been concocted and sought to bo carried
out. A large number of pieces of
iron rails had been placed
with one end into and firmly stemmed
against the side of acaUle guard, and the
other ends protruding above the track in a
manner that could not possibly have failed
to untrack the engine and the entire train.
It is not known what prompted the scoun
drels in this infamous attempt to send a
numbirof human beings to their graves in
such a horrible manner. The authorities
or on the track of the would-be-wreckers.
A hope; expressed in our pink eddition
(Sunday's Bulletin) that the ceremonies
at the Mound City cemetery on Decoration
Day may not be the occasion of "drunken
brawls, etc., as it had been heretofore," has
aroused tho ire of our corpulent friend Joe
RobartH, of tho Pulaski Patriot. He screw
ed his courage up to the sticking point
and, in a manner that betokened
many years training in a Mound
City Sunday school, he intimated
rather plainly that the Bulletin had
"evaded the truth, ;" that if there was
any drunkeness ami disorder at the decora
tion ceremonies in former years, it was
caused by a few rowdies, who beat their
way up there from Cairo. We believed
this to be a mild reflection upon thu sobrie
ty and general good character of the citi
zens of Cairo, and wo ventured
to inform Mr. Roharts, in tho po
litest possible manner, that ho
was a malicious delamer and falsifyer,
and that his own paper would help us out
in this little pleasantry, Hut ho was doubt
ful and persisted in his opinion that we
were wrong, and therefore wc reproduce
the following extract, taken from tho
Pulaski Patriot anil re-publlslicd in Tiik
Bulletin on Juno Oth, last yenr: "Here
tofore it lias always afforded us pleasure to
give au account of the decoration exercises
at our beautiful national cemetery, but this
PHuMX DEUG STOKE,
GEO. B. O'HAKA, Proprietor,
Cor. Commercial Avenue (
and Kightcenlh street.
year we mention the occasion with sorrow.
Tho day was intended to be one of great
solemnity, when thosedesiring could gather
together in an appropriate manner and
tlo honor to tho heroic dead. Hut wo re
gret to say that such is not tho case here.
When one sees a score of stands presided
over by yelling maniacs, crying out their
wares, howling mobs of drunken men quar
reling and fighting, and a clown of fifty
years experience delivering the "oration,"
nnd cracking coarse jokes over the graves
of the thousandsof dead soldiers, it is about
time to cull a halt and either aboli.-di the
observance of the day or make some radi
A full house greeted Col. Long of Ken
tucky at the Methodist church last Sunday
evening. Ihu Colonel spoke well upon tin:
subject of temperance for over an hour en
tertaining his audience nicely throughout,
Some musical selections were also rendered
by Misses Hattie McKee, Annie Pitcher
and two other young ladies, w hose names
we did not learn, and by Messrs. Stevens
and Meteall. Before Col. Long's address
Mr. Geo. S. Fisher, in a few wi ll chosen
words, deplored the seeming lack of inter
est in the temperance work on the part of
men, who had formerly been very active in
it, and urged upon those present the teces-
sity of standing firm in their opposition to
the liquor trade. After Col. Long's ad
dress, wlul.; a soni' was sunt. Mr.
Fisher nml Dr. Pclrie, who had been called
upon to do mi, went through the audience
soliciting signatures to a card signifying
thp signer's willingness to join a lodge of
Good Templars. Sixty-one signatures were
obtained and the following officers were
thin elected: Mr. Fred S. Smith, P. W.
C.T.;Dr. J.S. Patier, W. C. T.; Sirs. G.
M. Allien, Vice W. C. T.; Joe E. Spiller.
secretary; (i. M. Aldcn, treasurer; C. R.
Stuart. G. L. deputy. Another meeting
will beheld at Reform hall on next Mon-
lay evening when Col. Long will again be
here to address the people and complete the
Circuit Clerk Irvin is improving.
Dr. G. O. Parker returned from DuQuoin
Judge O. A. Darker, of Carbondalc, was
in town Sunday.
Judge M. C, Crawford, of Jonesboro, was
in Cairo yesterday.
Mr. R. Johnson, a clothier, of Anna, Ills.,
was in Cairo on Sunday.
Mr. Joseph Robarts, of the Pulaski Pa
triot was in town yesterday.
Rev. W. F. Whitaker has gone to Jones-
Miro to remain several days.
Mr. Louis Cook, of Anna, Ills, was in
Cairo vNiting his mother on Sunday.
A. J. Pickerel, Gen'l Agt. in southern
Illinois of the Howe Sewing Machine Co.,
is in the city.
Miss Hattie LiForge, sister to Mrs.
Frank Cassidy, is in the city, from New
Mr. Ben. Echols, agent for II. A. Han-
non it Co. at Carbondalc, was down Sun-
lay on a visit to his family.
('apt. J. C. Willis returned from Wash
ington yesterday morning. He is eminent
ly satisfied with his prospect for reappoint
Miss Maty Towers, for many years em
ployed in the millinery establishment of
Mrs. McLean, on Eighth street, has accept
ed a position in the Cairo City Gas Compa
Messrs. C. A. Heck, division superinten
dent, and K. T, Jeffrey, general superinten-
of the Illinois Central railroad, wcro in
the city Sunday nnd yesterday, viewing the
improveiyruls that have lately been made
on the company's tracks and yard here,
and considering others still to be made.
The Washington, D. C, Star, wo notice,
refers to the case of Miss Harriet L. paw
son, the New York correspondent of the
New Orleans Picayune, under the nom-de-plume
of "Drift," who was cured of very
sevcro rheumatic pains in the back by tho
use of St. Jacobs Oil.
Foa tho delicate and comnlicatcd diffi
culties nectiliar to the female constitution.
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it? Seo another column. I KftK'0,
Dr. Kline's Great Nerve Restorer is the
marvel of tho ago for all Notre Diseases,
All fits stopped free. 8'd to 0.H Arch
street, Philadelphia, Penn.
J) 1 1 AM ATI C RECITALS
Complimentary Benefit of the Ladles ami ben
tleiueu. of Cairo to
Miss Kittie Alvord
ATI! KN K UM
Tuesday Evening April l fli
Doors oicn lit 7:30 o clock.
A general Invitation in exlciidcd to the pnldlr
an eveiilnu'a enterlaniinent of .Muidc, fonU Miui
recitKiloiiH vt Iih which all nlll he idea-ed U
PROGRAMME FOR THE EVENING:
Heinani, Rescue me Verdi
MRS. J. M. LANSDEN.
Archie Deane fJuil Hamilton
The Dream of Eugene Aram. i..Tho's Hood
Rock of Ages Anonymous
The Canal Boat .Harriet B. Stowe
Waltz Song C. A. White
MIW. W.P. IIALLIDAY.
Henry V's Wooing Shakipero
The Cheap Jack Dickens
Ophelia's Mad Scenes, from Ham-
Robin Adair j;iiaa
MRS. J. M. LANSDEN.
AdmUelou to all ,artn of the hoie !i cei,t:
( hlldren & centa.
A.tptrlitemmt, in ,mrf (m,t tkstH,u .,)rJ,,
o f.tr imt, or lu, , ,lllt ,.., ,u ,,,, ,lUh ,
ONEY WANTED.- $M0 $M,)0 lonB term,
ell,oured: for particular addrecf. M. L
Duller. u oflice, Cairo
ll'ANTEDTO KENT. A milage of I in c roonm
in pood locality, lu lcrnrt of ihe city
Kcply to No 1.8 Ohio levuc.
YIMNTED.- A mrt hov. onn who can upeak
M l.vruian and Kii'Hfli. to I. am the barber
hii-iu.-.-K. Apply at my i-hop on 1 1 club nre,-t.
L'nK KENT - The H.-Hi Hoiioe, rorncr of Third
1 treet and Commercial avenue. H. lH-, n thor
ouirhly repaired Internally and t-xtt-rtjiijjv. In .it.
nated only one block from all the railroad depot
au! only two block" from the principal rt mm Lout
landlm;.. Apply to W M jj. llAl.h.
A t OOKINt; STOVE for fale.w Hh Iho iron pot.
t ttan hakr pan and two prtddlen; will I lold
for ten dollar. Applyat HuHrttu office.
yH liENT-KiMtin.. furiilfb. d m,fiin,lf.(d
with or without hofrd, at rcai.ot.aMi. rate
Apply at itullctln buildup.
to he Riven hj the
Hibernian Fire Co., Xo. 4
Wednesday Evening, April 20.
(i'lodVuaic and Refrcuhau-Dtt. Everybody I
ILLINOIS SOCIAL SCIENCE
SEMI-ANNUAL MKETINti, APKIL
nb and ;'ft, M.
llorillllS SeKHlon 10 o'clock. Afternoon Session
ADMISSION - - FKER
Wednesday eyeiilne, a o'clock, lecture hv Hov,
Kred. II Wine, o? SprltiKfleld, Ser'y of'state
Board of Chtirltic. on the Care of bi-nciulcnt
Children In the state of Illiaul.
Ih Tlay evening, H o'clock, lecture by Vr
Helen Kkin SlHrrell. of Ch .nio. editor of Ihn
Woptcru .Magazine, on tho Future of Kdt.cated
AdmlxHlon to the evctiiine H-f-lotif. -i". cento.
Kecitntion.and mimic, inpanimeiilal and vnml. on
Ixiih i venini: by thu beat Cairo tali ut . Tlcketa
for pale at the door.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITV.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PATIER & CO.,
Cor. Nineteenth atreotl P'lll'A 111
CoinniurclKlAvonueX vuuu, 111,
rAX rBHcffAHKK'H NOTICK.
To Daniel W. Munn and all other persons Inter-
heruby notified that at a .uie of real en-
tiile, In the county of Alexnnder and ulatoof llllnola,
for ilellmiucnt tnxea, mucin by the county collector
ofcaid county, at the aoathwei'terly door of the
court liouau, in the city of Cairo, In nnld county nnd
atnie, on inc iwenty-srat (mat) iiuy 01 jiiiv. a. p.,
IHTIi. Ueorue Fhiher niirchnned the following de.
acrlhc-d real eatntu, ailuuted In tho Flrat addition to
the city ol Cairo, county of Alexander and atale of
llllnnia, for the taxea dtinand linpuld thereon for
tho venra 1HTH. 1H77 and 1B78, touelher with all tier..
allien, intercut and co.ta, anld renl cntio living
taxed In the niiniu of Daniel W, Munn, to-wlt:
Lola numbered twenty-live (ill), twenly-alx (v.11),
twenty-aeven (ST). twunty-1j;lit (as), tweiity-nlnu
, thirty ). ltilrty-ouo(ftl, ihlrly-two (!M), thirty-three
CM), thirty four (Mi, thlrty-llvo Ci:), thirty
Hlx(,'t6l. tlilrly aeven(W), Ihlrtv-elKht :in), thirty
nine (ail) and forty (10) all in block numbered fllly
aovnn (IS"), In tho Flrat addition to the city oK'alro,
in inn comity 01 Alexander nnfl atiito or llllnola,
and that thu tlmo allowed by law for the redemp
tion of aald real estate will expire on t lie twenly
flrt Cilst) day of July, A . D., 1HHI, and that the
certificate! of purchase huvn been duly aaalencd
to mo. UKO. H. MH1IKK,
I'airo, Ills., April 11,