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THK DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, AP11IL 20, 1881.
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LIN0I8, Al KCOND CLAB8 MATTER.
LOCAL WBATHBH RM'OKT.
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iTOULVli LOCAL ITEMS.
Sntioi'd In thin column, ftvo centa per line, etch
ItiHuitinn. l,ruiicniolnli. MliTiHK pel line
Mr. A. DoiTini' lius imrcliuseil tliu tlx
turs iorim-rlv me. I in tlm burlier hIh. in
the Vincent iilii-k ami hiw removed hib
shop I'mm tin- wutli nil t" tli ""'''n le
t Ki-l.tl. M,v. t, Imck of tt. V. Parker H
iiHint nml wall mper store. Mr. JW.iinj,'
now lias tin: complctcst .Imrl.er shop in tlie
city nnJ asks everybody to call up-n l'
for a first -diss Imir cut or slnve.
lie. Wholesale and Retail.
I um now iireiiared to sell ice ly the. cr
loiid, or l.y tlm l'ouii-1 at prices leyoml
competition. My vuim w ill run to "11
pans of the city (luring summer, serving
ice to custoiiiciH in ipiautitii'8 to suit.
Orders for car -loud lots will receive prompt
Madame, an.l I'rofV Floyd have incrccsed
tlioir facilities for tin- accommodation ol
their increased patronage, 'y having so
cured auothcr liiriyo room adjoining then
school on Walnut, between Twelfth and
Thirteenth streets. Day school,'.) a. m.
Ladies' class at 3, and niht school at " p.
m. Terms low, but invariably in advance.
The building of new and clwinin.!,' out
and repairing old cisterns a speciality.
Orders by postal pimnptly attended to.
.1. S. Hawkins.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulsers, salt rheum, lever sores,
etter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and
all kinds of skin eruptions. This salve is
guaranteed to five perfect satisfaction in
every case or money refunded. Price, 25
cents per box. For sale by fluo. K. O'Haka
Mocntko varnished, and paper mans of
Cairo for sale, at Thk Ui.'lXHTiX office.
A good stock of paper, expressly for
Ilekt.mraph ue, for sale at The Ik j.i.etin
The best of corned beef in any quantity
desired can be had at Fred Keohler's sam
ple shop on Kitfhth street, between the
Other meats of the best quality
also always on hand. Call upon Fred if
you waut nood meats.
Many ralroads have discarded the
of scales, Htibstitutini,' the improved
c. liorden, Sellick ii Co., Agts., Chi-
Use TiikCaiko I'.lu.etin scratch books,
for sale at the ollice, leaves to the
dozen books. ID cents each or $1 ."0 per
Try It! Try It!
Use the Paiitauraph Hinder. Covers furn
ished free of cuwff.. No extra charge
over ordinary biudinR for the tablets.
Furnished only by Tub Caiho IU'M.ktin
for putting up Letter, Note, Bill Heads and
other printed stationery.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Nut Mi. In thene foliimim, lull Ct-tim per line,
each lnH-rtlou. Marked
--Smoke Sehuh's (lilt Kdge
Sen Hdvert'iM-nient of consolidated bar
bcr slop in special local column.
Several cases of small-pox are reported
at lUull' I'itv. where it was introduced from
At a sale of short horns at Waukean
the other (lav, one heifer broilnht fl,2o".
mid another fJ.'.'oli.
Since M ireh I, Chicago packers havi:
slsiightereil SoS.OUO hogs against 497,00(1
for the corresponding period last year
M 'fis'ires taken for Smiiiir Style Silk
Hats nt A. Marx s.
The auditor of st ile, Friday, registered
$ H(i,(Mii) of Springlield city funding bonds.
This makes over Illo.OOO of these bonds
registered lust week.
Tliu secretary of state has i.von; I li
cense ol incorporation to the Western Min
ing Machine Company, of Fast St. Louis,
capital f i",H00.
James Cair has been arrested at Olney
on tin; charge of abducting from L'viws
ville, lnd., two linle girls whom he claims
to br- his children.
Miss Rune Mei k"r, daughter of the In
dian A'ent Meeker, win, whs killed by the
White river Utus, h cuupie t yWk, Hio, is
lecturing in the iimihern part of the state.
A Peru undertaker slopped a funeral
procession, the other day, by laying (,n t).
coffin, aii'l refusing to permit it to pruned
until the uioiiuiers paid him iwdvi. ilnUurs
for the Biinii!.
On the 1st iust., the Chicago lumber
yards contained SK'MWI.SM feet of lumber
and timber, 133,M8,S4 Hhingles, :W,iWM,.
8'JI lath, 1,MU,O01 feet ol pickets, and .!),
8S7 cedar post.
Check books, rceipt Imoks, order
l(Kk, etc., made to order on short notice
nt Tim Hhu.ktin office. '
The latest styles, soft and stiff Hats,
just received at A. Marx's.
There Bppe,lr', ,0 nHVe '"'uU au u,n'r
the rumor that Mr. J. C. Clark, tlm Kighth
street grocer, had made an assignment.
The Young Folk Temperance Club
met at Keforiu hall on Monday evening,
and had a very pleasant time, indeed.
- A man named .1. M. Fate died in the
May house, in Padiienh, Ky., Monday
morning. He was sick at the time he put
up at the house.
A suit has been brought against the
post ollice here by the Yale Lock Co., for
using locks that are said to be an infringe
ment of the company's patent.
-Those who attend the Presbyterian
prayer meeting this evening arc requested
by the pastor to come prepared to repeat
some favorite verse of the scripture. The
old and young will thin have an opportu
nity to take at least a small p ot in the
-liovcriMr K iberU of Texas, has ap
proved a confederate soldiers' land pension
bill passed by the legislature of that state,
and the Austin correspondent of the Cal
veston News predicts that it will probably
dispose of the vacant public domain in a
very short time.
A well attend. d and interesting
Young People's meeting was held in the
Presbyterian church last Sunday evening
at seven o'clock being halt an hour before
the regular evening services. The Young
People propose to keep up a weekly meet
ing at that time.
We learn from the New York Tribute
that Kear-Admiral Thatcher, grandson of
General Knox, h is patented his grand
father's files of letters and documents to the
New England Historic lenealogic.il society.
There are thirty-four letters in the collec
tion written and signed by Washington.
100 suits Middlesex Flannel, warrant
cd Indigo P.hie, at $12..V), worth $13..m,
at A. Marx's, 11 Ohio Levee.
John Taylor, president of the Mor
mon church, assures a correspondent of the
New York Times that "Polygamy is one of
the corner-stones of the Morman faith, and
that it cannot and will not be removed on
any account whatever." We shall see. A
part cannot be greater than the whole.
After the lecture of Mrs. Helen Ekin
Starrett, on the subject or "The Future of
Educated Women," on Thursday evening,
a grand reception will be given to the Illi
nois Social Science Association by the
Woman's Club au 1 Library Aisociation, of
Cairo, at which an interesting programme
will be carried out.
Mr. Mike Powers' ball and ratllu
came oil' at Scheel's hall night before last.
A very good attendance greeted Mr.
Powers and entered into the fun with a
vim. Mr. A. Halley, the Commercial ave
nue hardware man, was the winner of the
mule and dray. He sold the outlit yester
day at a very good profit.
The Irish Land League of Cairo com
prises about twenty-seven members, this is
the number that was enrolled at the first
meeting on last Sunday evening, and it is
believed that it will be swelled to a mem
bership of at least fifty at the next meeting,
which will be held in the basement of St.
Patrick's church on to-morrow evening.
The officers of the organization are John
O'Lcary, president; John English, secretary
and Hubert Smyth, treasurer.
About seven of the ladies prominently
connected with the Social Science Associa
tion of this btate arrived here from Chi
cago yesterday and are guests of some of
our citizens, Mrs. Pink, Candee and Wood
Hittenhouse. Others will arrive to-day and
to-inoiiow. A icceptioii was given those
here in the rooms of the Library Associa
tion yesterday afternoon. The meetings
promise to be very successful.
It is reported in New York that the
seven h ading wateriuu placc on the sva
shore near that city look in hist season, it
is estimated, 14,7o2.000. This is ubntit
fU',0,000 n day. Of the total amount,
Coney Island alone is supposed to have
taken $s,77.j,UltO. For bathing at this
place people Paid over floOJKIO. This
season fur more, activity is expected than
there was last, and in iiiv more minions
will be expended.
- Thi! remains of M. Oscar de Lafayette
were interred at Pete bachaise, trance, on
the 4tli inst. The funeral services were
previously performed at St. CI itilde in the
presence of a large congregation. Th
pull-bearers were General Noyes (United
States Minister), General Givvy, 'and MM
Lerover and DeClioiscul. Several members
of the cabinet, and a great many of the de
ceased' brother senators, in addition to the
official deputation, attended the ceremony.
Military honors were rendered by a detach
ment of the lol ly-sixth foot, with the band
and colors ol the regiment. Several
speeches were made over the grave. M.
I)i Lafayette was a grandson of the famous
general of that name.
-There seems to be a growing mania
anions the criminal classes of the country
for wrecking trains. Every now mid then
wo hear of attempts made by some parlies
unknown to send into eternity a whole
train load of persons who could never have
given the would-be wrecker any cause for
his devilish deed. Within the last week
tin attempt wns made to throw a passenger
train from the Pmhicah & Nashville road,
another at Fort Dodge, to wreck the train
upon which our city eiiti'meer was a pussen
ger, and now comes the news tlmt some llend
placed a pile of railroad ties across the
main track of the Illinois Central railroad
near Mounds Junction, which was acciden
tally discovered by the conductor of the
early yesterday morning freight traiu and
removed. The discovery very likely pre
vented the on coming passenger train from
being totally wrecked.
A meeting of the Presbyterian church
and congregation was held on Monday
evening to consider the question of repair
ing the chinch and parsonage. The only
thing determined upon was that the organ
should be moved to the front of the audi
ence room and placed so as to project part
ly in the lecture room. To make the other
needed repairs would require the borrow
ing of some money. The tew in attendance
were not willing to assume that responsi
bility and adjourned to next Monday even
ing. John Morgan, a white man, was arrest
ed yesterday up in the fifth ward, for disor
derly conduct and canying concealed
weapons, llu had obtained permission
from Mayor Thistlewood to bear arms be
cause he had charge of a force of railroad
laborers at night, of whom he seemed to be
afraid ; but he got a little alcohol from
somewhere yesterday mid made some dan
gerous demonstrations for which he was
taken under arrest and brought before
Fsquire Osborn for trial. Hy some arrange
ment, however, that was satisfactory to ail
concerned, the prisoner was permitted to go
Early yesterday morning a dispatch to
Mayor Thistlewood, from Anna, Ills., stated
that the right wing of the insane asylum
had caught lire about one o'clock in the
morning and requested that our fire depart
ment be sent up to assist in quelling the
flames. The steamer and Ocean and a
number of 'firemen were taken up by spe
cial train, which was placed at their dispo
sal free of charge by Mr. Beck, division
superintendent of the Illinois Central rail
road. The engines and firemen got there
in time to do some good, although the
north wing ol the building, which comprises
nearly one half of the entire asylum, had
already been nearly destroyed. There were
from live to six hundred inmates in the asy
luin,all but one of whom were rescued and
Corralled some distance away from the
building. Two others, it is said, barely
escaped. A dispatch received here at ele
ven o'clock a. in., stated that the fire was
out. The buildin,' was about a mile away
from the city of Anna; was built of iron
and stone, with the execution of the door
and window frames, the floors, elevators,
etc., which were of wood. The loss will be
About thirty of our firemen answered
to the call night before last to attend the
fire at Anna. A good delegation each
from the Arab and Uough and Heady tire
companies. They got to the scene of the
conflae,! ition in time to do very effective
work, b ,t had they not been delayed here
by a switch engine that was off the track
at the Illinois Central railroad yards, they
would have been in time to prevent
damage to the amount of about twenty-five
thousand dollars more than they did as it
was. They worked about two hours and a
half, the steamer throwing two streams and
the Ocean one, besides a number of other
stieums that belonged to the building it
self. The actual origin of the tire is not
known, but the supposition is that it re-
ailted from spontaneous combustion. The
lainage done to the building is some
thing over one hundred and seventy-live
thousand dollars and there was no
insurance. Some fifteen of the inmates,
among them Purcelle, from this city, it was
rumored had escaped, but this is probably
untrue. Our firemen returned with their
engines about 2:0 o'clock yesterday after
noon pretty well worked up. In taking
the steamer from the Hat car here she
turned over, oil' from the planks upon
which she was being run down, and broke
her smoke stack, lamps and sustained oth
er slight injuries, wln.ih need to be imme
- oi) suits, all wool Scotch Caso at,
ifl',' no -sold everywhere nt $15.00 -at A.
Marx, the I'.oss Clothier.
We have heard a number of complaints
against several of our merchants, who have
gotten into 'he habit of handling what is
known as oleomargarine instead of but'.er.
We presume that there are but few it any
professionally reliable merchants in the
city now who handle the miserable stuff
and lor these wc would ask that they be
forgiven, for they know not what they
do. Were they to take the. trouble
to read up the subject
little they would look upon the article
with disgust, because they would discover
that for lilthiness mid general utihealthi
ncss this oleomargarine "takes the cake."
We have before us a pamphlet, being the
report to the forty sixth congress of a com
mittee, of which Mr. Casey Young is
chairman, upon the adulteration ol foods.
The report contains the results of the ex
aminations of experts ami alter touching
at length upon many other subjects it pro
ceeds to tell something about this patent
butter. This oleomargarine, or oleopigar
ine is curried to the creameries, it seems,
and mixed with the butter. Many largo
dairies now mix per cent with their
cheesii and butter. It is swwet Bluff to take.
Chemical analysis has discovered trichina;
in the pig margarine. Prof. Church has
diseoM'ted horse fat in the cow margarine.
lr. II. U hper, or Chicago, has found
trichina-, tape-worm gos, various funtf
living organisms "and sich," in this de
lightful product ot modern science and
greed. Mixed with butter and sold us
"Goshen," "Orange County" or "Clover
Lea Creamery," it makes a nice thing on
the morning pan cake, nnd with an addi
tion of "Golden syrup," containing twenty
per cent of free sulphuric acid must have a
benign effect on the Latin parts of the con
sumer. The report is a good report and
cheerful reading before breakfast. -It sug
gests that in these adulterations may be
found an unsuspected cause of the increase
of Hright's and such diseases as well as the
existence of obscure forms of disease which
bailie the doctors. Merchants can see how
serious may be the results springing from
the sale of the stuff and being
alone responsible for its sale
(for no one will knowingly purchase it for
his own use) they must tako to themselves
all the blame of the evil that must certain
ly follow a large consumption of their
THK KXTKIITAINMENT LAST NIGHT.
The athenciiiii was the attractive point
for Cairo's society yesterday evening. An
audience ( (imposed of the city's best peo
ple filled nearly every seat
in the large room below, while
many made themselves comfortable
in the galleries. A more elegant, intelli
gent and more appreciative audience never
gathered in any theatre anywhere, and it is
our candid opinion that there never was a
gathering of people so refined and elevated
in literary taste as this one, that was so
thoroughly pleased with and so filled with
admiration for the efforts of
any star of the stage. The songs, by Mrs.
W. P. Hal I id ay and Mrs. J. M. Lansden
were rendered in their usually impressive
style. "Hernanni, Rescue me" by Mrs.
Lansden was the first on the programme
and given in a sweet, full voice that filled
the entire room with music. Miss Kittie
Alvord followed her with series of selec
tions from various authors; the first being
Archie Dean, by Gail Hamilton; the next,
"The Dream of Eugene Aram;" the third
was "Hock of Ages" and the fourth, "The
Canal-boat", by Harriet H. Stowe. This was
followed by a waltz song from Mrs. W. P.
Hal liday, one of Cairo's most noted sing
ers. After this Miss Kittie Alvord gave
"Henry Vs Wooing," from Shakespeare;
a selection, The "Cheap Jack," from Charles
Dickens, and "Ophelia's Mad Scenes,"
from Shakespeare's "Hamlet." Then a
ballad, "11 .bin Adair," by Mrs. J. M. Lans
den closed the evening's entertainment.
It is a difficult undertaking to do
justice to an allur n this
kind. It is impossible to convey to a
reader the impressions made upon an audi
ence by genious, and it is equally impos
sible to give an adequate description of the
manner in which those impressions are
brought about. The songs were beautifully
rendered and formed no small part of the
evening's delightful entertainment, but the
recitals of .Miss Alvord were simply superb.
Her conceptions of the characters she
sought to portray were perfect her; rep
resentations powerful and true unto
reality ; her ennunciation clear; her voice
full, sweet and under per -feet
control; her manner, gen
eral ''esticulation nnd expression is
faultless and her general appearance and
liearing would make a picture for an artist.
At various times she electrified the audi
ence an l throughout her recitations she
held the clos it attention of all present.
The perfect silence that reigned when her
voice was lowered almost to a whisper, or
when it burst forth in a power of passion,
swaying the large audience at her will, was
broken only by the loud applause that
would follow at the conclusion ot every
piece. At the end of her third recitation a
number of beautiful boqiicts of natural
llowers were tossed to her. The entertain
ment lasted until nearly eleven o'clock, and
then all went home satisli.jd that all who
participated in the exercises had added to
thciralretdy full wreath of laurels. It
will be remembered for many years as
one ol the grandest society events that ever
occulted in Cairo.
Mr. E. W. Morris, of Ullin, was in the
Mr. J. H. Davis, of Ilardwell, Ky., was
in Cairo yesterdny.
Mrs. I). C. Flynn, of Carbondalc, Ills.,
was a guest at the Planter's House yester
day. Mr. De Pew, agent of the Illinois Central
railroad company, returned from Chicago
Dr. J. M. Dunnington, of New Madrid,
Mo., was in the city yesterday, a guest at
Hotel de Winter.
Dr. Wardner and wife were absent from
Anna at the time the lire occurred in the
asylum. They were in Chicago.
Col. Long returned to the city from up
thcrvad yesterday. Hu leaves for Metro
polis on the Fowler to-day, and will return
here on next Monday to complete the
work he began at the Methodist church
lust Sunday evening.
Mkhsiw. lloviiiiifc Campiiki.i,, of Water
loo, lnd., write: Mr. J. Walker, of this
town, suffered with rheumatism for fifteen
years. After trying a great many remedies
without experiencing even relief, he was
induced to use St. Jacobs (il, which com
pletely cured him. He stated that hu leels
like h new man.
DRUQQI9T GEO. Jt. O'HAKA,
PHtENIX DRUG STORE,
GlO. K. O'HAKA, Proprietor,
Cor. Commercial Avenue
and Eighteenth Street. (
KKSI'LTS OF THK ELECTION.
A very quiet election was that of yester
day. The little excitement there was wns
created exclusively by the candidates and
the colored voters. No disorder of any
kind prevailed anywhere iu the city, which
is certainly gratifying to relate. Little or
no betting was indulged in by outsiders,
and everybody seemed to look upon the
event with pleasure, rather than with any
feelings of dislike toward the opponents of
his favorites. The results as published
hclowwrreiinticipatc.il by many; in fact
they could hardly have been otherwise in
view ol all the circumstances. There is
now no excuse for any speculations as to
y.hat were the bidden causes that brought
about the results, but there is this certainty
- that yesterday's work at the polls will be
felt iu Cairo's sffairs during the next
two years; whether that influence will
be good, or otherwise, depends not upon
the executive alone, but upon all who have
been raised to positions ol trust in the city
The vote, according to official counts
madecarly this morning, is as follows:
NA.MK OK CAN 1)1-JUTKs
Tli ist 1 1-wood
Fur Trri.nn'r -Kertli
( ilv Allnriii'.v
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 : i n 1 1 1
Mit'-riniiii lut ward.
T M Kiiiilinmi'b
Alilrrinan .'it r(l -
(' N lln-.'le- ..
Alili rniHii 'A ward -
KciTt A Smilli
Alilrriunn -Itli w ard
r it I'mii-r
AMi-rniiu Tali wnrd -EHIMtll
l:l S 317 pit M'l,
HKi III 1VT .V- :V
i 4 t I I
I'll '.'.:e -JM .in i, 'itr'Hi;
no : f, I'i'i I't.v H'li
IK! s. 113 l. Wl Ti,l .
ii-' it i -u in i ! ai;
ll IV. Hi lirT ii T'.i.
s.'i 1X1 I'l, -.Hi ll.'l
i i si, ir.' i:,.i r,T
jo -J" 'is an IT!
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in a i j:
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The person w ho furnished us the returns
for the Fourth wurd omitted the vote fm
alderman, but we know that Mr. C. O.
I'atier was re-clecfed by a large majority.
The successful ticket is nofu's god as it
might have been but neither is it as
had as it mielit have Ix'en.
No one will say that this election was not
as fair a one a was ever held in this city.
This is imt saying, of course, that there was
no wrong practice of any kind; for every
body knows that an election without any
crookcdniss is next to an impossibility.
On the whole the people of Cairo may con
gratulate themselves upon the result of the
PROGRAMME OF KXKKCISES
UK Til IT SKM ;- A.N.Nl-.U, MKKTINO OK THK
ILLINOIS SO( IAI. MTKM'K ASSOCIATION, AT
IIAllTMAN's II.M.I., ( AlllO, Al'KII, 21 lllld
WcilXKnilAY MullMMi, 111 IM'I.OCK.
A'tilii'- nr Wi-Icniiif -By Mm. I. A.Tiylur. I'ri'K
iilrnt ol lie- WniiiKii'ii CIiiIihuiI Library AmkucImIoii,
Iti'iornnm-Hy Mr. Ili'len Kkln Stiirnlt, l'nul-di-nl
Illifli'i" Ni.ruil Ki-ii'iir." AkmocIiiiIum,
Ofllci il Iti'imitu nnd Mlncelliwieoim Mimlncnn.
YVKIiSKsIi.W Aktliimiiin, 'J o'clock.
rri'vciitinii vi-rnim llclorm lly Mm. Kli.ahvth
Holt IIhIiIiHI, CMi-fe.'o.
IniiinltifHloM : Iu 1'i.i-m and AIhhi h In the
iloim uf (Sin l.il Science, l.y Mr, i. II. Lvmiin,
Wr.llNKsllAt KVKNIMi, S o'cl.OI K.
InMrnm. iiliil Solo: l c 'lln March mul Fairy
Danre- Li.t MIbk CorlK.
Ki'Clliiliiin: Cliiri'iiu-'ii Drciim, Hli Imnl III -Sliiiki'dpi
iirc. Mr. Win Wiiit, r.
I,t!etnrt:: The Can; of l)i-ii'ii-enl Children In tlm
Uinta of lilliiol- ld v. Fri'd II. Wliicn. SpringlM'!.
Vocal Hiilo: V.'u'ilz Soiiu' - Torry. .Minn l'ltchcr.
li'iTitiition : Mrn Kiio h I tool, ('hlciitfo
(Junri' tie: Ilv the l iImxIWI Church choir - Mm
w, l Wriuhl. Mlf" .McKi'.e, Mennra. Packer and
Tin iisiiAV miiiisino, In o'clock.
Iti'iiorlol CiiIi-ii Social Sclclii'H Akmii IiiIkii), liy
Mm. I, mini .1. lilUciilioinn'. Nrc'y.
T'li Ili.lniloii of KiIiiciiHoii to Ti:iiiiiiriiiici', hy
MIk S. A. Illiinirdii, Chii hi;ii
I'oiiuhir Kdiicalloii hi'vond the School Kooin,
by .Mm. Isiihclla I.iiiiIiij,' Candcc, Cairo.
TIICItsliAV ACTKnNlinN, J iiYliicic.
Ihiniuftlc Science, hy Misn Miiry Lamed, Chum.
OiKiue.i'il Charltim In Cijiiiiiititiltlcii, hy Kuv,
llenj. (icornc, Cairo.
J'ructlcal ArlH, hy Mr Knocli too, Chicago,
HII'IIHIIAV KVKMNii, S o'clock.
Lecture: The future of .Mnciilial Women, Sim.
Helen i'.klll Slurretl, Chll'llu'o.
Followed hy a Keie nil ieceillon to the Illltmla
Social Srience Ai-nnchttliiii. under biikiIcch uf Ilio
Vtoiiinn'i' Cliih mid Library AhkocIuiIoii of Cairo,
rilOOIIAMMK KOIU'IIK IIKCKITION,
ItiKlriiinenliil Solo: Overture to Olii'Mii -Weber.
Vocal Solo: Mrs. W. P. llalllday.
Iteclliilinii: l it'duleiia, or I ho Simiilidi Dui'l
Wallcr. Minn Kiltie Alvord.
Vocal Sfi: Sound tliu Signal bond -liiiinhcrt,
Mr. .1. M. Lunnileii.
Hecliailnii: Mni her mid I'o;t .Mm, Hrowuluft
Mra. W. p. Wright.
I'lll'-MATl'llli I,0SS OF TI1H Il.'.Ot llOW-ll-
(lays may be entirely prevented by the uve
of Ilurnett'i Cocoainc. It has been used in
thousands of cases where the hair was coin
ing out in handlu'ls, and has never failed to
arrest its decay; it promotes a healthy and
vigorous growth, and it is at the same tuno
unrivalled as a soft and glossy dressing for
the hair. , ...
Humett's Flavorlnx Kxtracts are t ho best,
strongest and most healthful. Mold everywhere.
Ailvertisemtntt in mmfarti (not luswets car J,)
of Jivt linn or us in thit column, in inii null i
if i linn.
MONEY WANTKD.-fMmo :i.umon loni? term,
well Hccnrod; for particular aildrcm. .M. I.
bulletin ollice, Cairo
7ANTKI) TO IIKNT.A rotln'oN to room,
it In irood locality. In lower part of iho city.
Keply to No 113 Ohio levee.
"VrAN I'EI). -A t.niart hoy, inin who can niienk
(lerinan and KnulMi,' lo learn thk harhcr
biiHliicKH. Apply at my chop on Klfhlh Hrect.
POit KENT. -Tin; Delia limine, comer of 1 hint
I rtreet and ('(iiniiierclal avenue Han heen thor
oiiL'hly repaired mlernally and eitcrnullv. la mi
tinted only one I. luck from all the railroad depotn
anil only two hi'" k from the principal rteamliOiit
Inndliij;'. Apply to V M. McllALh.
(f.HidMunic and I
in v it.it.
V COOK I Mi s'lOV K for fnle.wltli io iron poll.,
two hake pniiv iiT.il lo I'ridillep; will lie fold
for leu (I ol ! hi c Appl) nt llnlli Im ell i c
l,Mlt ItK NT-i:n in. ti'iiiUi-.i il o,. in nuiiit-l cd
1 wllh or wlil.oi t Loud, al h i n'l.al.lc inlm
Apply al Iliillctin hiilldli.c.
to he (jiveu hy the
Hibernian Fire Co., No. 4
Weilnestliiy Eveniiij:, April id.
frcHliuieiitn. K very body in
ILLINOIS SOCIAL SCIKXCK
ASSOC I ATI ox.
SKMl-ANNL'AL MKKTIMi, Al'HIL
V t h and 'JM. ssi
MornillS Session n o'clock. Afternoon .,.!
ADMISSION - - FIi;K.
Wcdneday euriinu. o'. lock, lecture hv J(, v.
Kr. d II Mliien, of Sprinijlleld, h,-c v of S.,ie
Hoard of ( hnrili. .. ., i,t. ( . of licpei.ih-ni
( hliiln n In Hie Mate of llllanin.
'I'll r-dny eveinni.'. s o Iim k, i;cliir.- hy M rn
Helen Kklli Ntarrell. ol I'll aio, rdllor of the
M en lern .Maj.'8inf, ulu i tie Fuiurf of Kdutaud
M oiiii-ii .
Adtnlnnioli to the oeiilnif nni-riolia, i', rerit.
K. ciliit!oiiaiid iniinic. Iimnriiiiieiital and vm al. on
Loth neiinijin hy tlin Mm I 'airo l.il.-nt Ticket
for nale al the door.
XKW VOKK STOIIK,
WIIOLKSALK AM) UKTAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN THK CITY.
C. O. PAT! Kit CO.,
Cor, Nineteenth Mri'ct
Commercial Avenue J
rpHR CITY NATIONAL HANK
CAPITAL, IS 10 0.000
VV. p. HAI.MDAV, l're!ilHit.
It. L. UAM.IDAY. Vlce l'renlitent.
T1IOS. W. 1IALI.1DAV. Canhler.
a ariTa T um. w. p. mai.i.iiia ,
HNll- 1.. IIAI.I.I1HT, II. II. CI NNIMIIIA1I,
B U nll.UAMiOS, MTr.l'IHN I.HIII,
II II. CAKDKK.
Excliance, Coin and United StateH Bomls
HOI'UHT AND hOI.IJ.
DupenltnriHdlved and general I inklnx bunlnena
(1, W. WIIKKLKIl,
Summer Wood and Kindling
constantly on nana
At Scvcnty-flve cent per loud.
At one dollar per load.
The "lrlmmliiin"are coarne ahavlniro and inaku
the In-ill niiiiiiinir wood for cookltitf purpose an well
, thi) cheapen! ever mild In Cairo. Kor liliir.k
tnlth'i lino III nettlni! tlren, they are utiequnlli'd,
I.uavd vour ordera at the Tenth el rent wood vard
STAPLE and FANCY
Washington Avenue, Cor.
Kihth SI root,
CAIHO - - ILLS