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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
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SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices In Oils column, live cents per Hi e.
t iHiirtion. J'nr one month. .Ml rents jut 1 1 in' .
Notice to m mi 1 till, dm in;; per-nnnl
.taxes, that they will cull ami settle at i;ee
hiuI nave costs, as my time for mr. k inr
settlement is close nt hind, and tin- t : i x .-.
must come before the 1st of May, eve.
John 1Iiixh. Slietiil".
Ice Box lor Salt'.
I have a lurire new Ice Box for stile,
particulars as to price, etc., apply to
house, corner Isintli ami Cedar Ktn-nts.
TO CONTRACTORS AND MILHEUS.
The undersigned Imil.linj; committee of
the A. M.E. Church will receive bids for
the erection of their new buildint,' complete,
iiicliulinsr matcriiils, until the lirst of May
next. The plnns and 8pecillcnti"iis will lie
found nt the lumber office ot Lancaster A
Iiice, on Comtuerciul avenue. 'J'hey I ail to
mention one item of requirement, viz: the
building is to be lined under weather board
ing with one inch boards. The committee
reserves the rifjht to reject any or all bids.
.John Tylkk, I
"W. Thomah, and ', Committe,
P. C. Cooi'KK, I
The best of corned beef in any quantity
desired can bo had nt Fred Scolder's sam
ple shop on Eighth street, between the
avenues. Other meats of the best quality
also always on hand. Also manufacturers
of all kinds of sausages. Call upon. Fred
if you want good meats.
Sir. J. $. Doeriut' has purchased the fix
tures formerly used in the barber simp in
the Vincent block and has removed his
shop from tho south side to the north side
ot Eighth street, back of II. F. I'aikers
paint and wall paper store. Mr. Dueling
now has the complctest barber shop in the
city and asks everybody to cull upon him
for a first-class hair cut or shave.
Ice, Wholesale anil Retail.
I am now prepared to sell ice by the car
load, or by the pound at prices beyonl
competition. My wagons will run to all
parts ot tnc city during summer, wrvint;
ic.o to customers in quantities to suit.
Orders for car-load lots will receive; prompt
attention. F. M. ahm.
Mounted varnished, ami paper mans
Cairo for sale, at The Hullktin office.
A good stock of paper, expressly
llcktoijraph use, for sale at The ln.t.rn
Many ralroads have discarded the old
iuhkc of scales, substituting the improved
Howe, li'irden, .Scllick & Co., Atfls., Chi
Use The Cairo iIim.lktin scrateli books,
for sale at the office, 1200 leaves to tin
dozen books. 10 cents each or ifl.dil per
Biuklen'H Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulsers, salt rheum, tever sores.
ctter, chapped hnnds, chill ibuns, corns, am
all kinds of skin eruptions. This salve i
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in
every case or money refunded. Price,
cents per box. For sale by Gko. E. O'Haiia
Try It! Try It!
I'se the Paiitagraph Binder. Covers furn
ished free of charge. No extra charge
over ordinary binding for the tablets.
Furnished only by TiikCaiiio Bitm-.tin
for putting up Letter, Note, Hill Heads and
other printed stationery. "
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notlc In the"" cmnmrii), ten rHitH ht line
each intertlun. Marked
Smoke Selmh's Oilt Edge
Bernhardt has banked f 1.10,000 mm pro
fits of her American tour.
Work on Eighth street was again be
gun yesterday morning and is now rapidly
Cobden, Ills., elected a temperance
board by !0 majority, and Jonesboro gave
three majority anti-temperance.
Besides the Shirly Hill case, .Judge
Olmsted disposed of two plain drunks;
both went to jail for a number of days.
Tli'i military authorities of Illinois
have ryfuned to allow any of the militia to
leuve the state until after the grand hi
cainptrvnt. The latest styles, soft m m Hum
just received at A. Marx's. . '
Another ot Dr. Clark's youthful tor
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mentors whs irvuiuu u inoriugii an well
deserved caneing yesterday. Bet the i.ii
work go on.
"The circuit judge is on a big drunk
and cau't hold court," is tho reason assign
ed why no court was held in Clinton couu
ty, Mo., last week.
A Syracuse, N. Y., woman has ob
tained f'JOO damages from u pool-room
kc. per for the ruin of liar ion. Ruined
Hens appear to be pretty cheap in Syracuse.
... New stock room ami picture mould
ings and frames received to-day, at Cole-
Si v suits fur divorce are pending in
the Mount Carmol circuit court. The ap
plications are Hindu in live out of the six
cases by the wives.
A brakemun named Clias. Perry fell
from a moving freight cur at Peoria day
before yesterday, and had both his feet cut
nil' by falling across the track.
Mrs. Ann Ilednian's funeral took place
yesterday forenoon, the remains being taken
to lieech drove attended by a goodly num
ber of her earthly friends.
I M . Clark says that the ballot-boxes at
the late election were stolen bv the "foreign
i mis n ies" aud robbed of nearly all the
b illots th: t were cast for him.
--Mr. .Inhn Keohler will have the front
of his saloon on Eighth street painted up
in a magnificent style, tor the spring. He
h.-xi a new canvas awning put up yesterday.
The river at Quincy is within 18 inches
of last season's highest point. There are
great feius at Hannibal for the safety of the
Sny levee. The bottoms in that region are
ll Muled and an immense area of winter
wheat will be lost.
Mr. .1. V, Clark's business will be in
running or ler again in a day or two. Mr.
S. 15. Perm has been appointed receiver
uiid the goods taken from tho store by at
tuelimeiit will be returned. Thus reads tho
order of .Judge. Marker.
Fourteenth street, between Commer
cial avenue and Ohio levee, has undergone
some much needed repairs. The earth ta-
k'-n from the Ohio levee sidewalk was used
in tilling up the ruts on this street and
moved moult sufficient.
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lie- large ice io. loiueriy muiiiuiiik '
tin; alley between Mr. llebsacKer s oakery
and .Mr. I.ristol's store, on Eighth street,
was yesterday moved to tho vacant lot next
to Mr. Win. Winter, Jr's stand and will be
used by Mr. F. M. Ward.
-'Mr.S. S. Marshall has now establish
ed thirteen stands of bees and has made
provision of ten more. Tho recent total
di strueHon of the principal workers in that
industry in the north has somewhat inter
f red with Mr. Marshall's plans.
--Check books, nceipt books, order
bonks, etc., made to order on short notice
at 'I ilK lln.i.KTlN ofhec.
-The News intimates that The Uulle-
tix was specially interested in tho election
f John .1. J.ird, and attempted to secure it
by forcing Tanner off the track. This is a
mistake. Tin? IjCLLETin'b interest cen
tered on another man entirely.
Volume one, number two, of the High
land Herald, published in Highland,
M adi.Mn county, Ills., by Win, II. Toy, has
reached this office. It is a neat six-column
quarto sheet, patent inside and well stock
ed with matter of local interest on the other
-On the JUlli in-tanl the Odd Fellows
of ( 'aim will celebrate by appropriate cere
monies and a sociable, the sixty-second
aniiivcis iiy of their existence. If the past
anniversary celebrations ol .tnc loiigo are
any criterion by which the coming one may
b judged, those who attend will find it a
Fred I looker's wish that his heart be
inuriiei! and buried in that Herman soil for
which it had dared so much and had pulsed
so warmly, was a beautiful, one. "Open
my In-art," said the unhappy Mary Queen
ol Se.ii-, "and you will find 'Calais' written
there!" Becker's iron lieartwoulddiflclo.se
"loTiuaiiy" deeply graven thereon.
- ."in suits, all wool Scotch Caso at,
.?!.'. oO-solil everywhere at $bVO0 nt A.
Marx, the Boss Clothier.
---The court of Esquire Comings was yes
tf nbiy the t-ceiieof a wedding. Samuel
Witrlii-1 1 and Jennie Shields, both colored,
wire the parties to the affair. Samuel
lives at I'.lco and has lived there for a num
ber of years, but, whatever other attractions
Kiel may have, it is evidently devoid of
good looking colored girls, for which
reason Samuel was compelled to import one
Iruin Cairo to share his love and his life.
- Norn k th whom conckusi.I). A re-
pori has reached this olhce that a printer,
Jim Admire, lately employed on Tun Bul
letin, is obtaining credit on the strength
of having not yet drawn Ins pay. Wo do
not want our friends "dead beat" in any
manner, therefore inform them that
the said Admire was paid to tho uttermost
farthing all that was duo him or ever will
oe utie Dim nom i he jiulletin oiiico or
anyone connected with it, last Wednesday.
This is "a word to the wise," etc., others
need not read it.
The News man is mistaken in charg
ing "the manager of The Bulletin with
attempting to forco Mr. Tanner out of the
race for city clerk in the recent election, by
leaving his name off the ballots printed at
this olline." Tho man who is to blaiuo for
that little oversight is a gentleman of ninny
good qualities, l.N KiMTitof tho fact that ho
is also a Republican, (a man never has
good qiialiiies iiKCAUHK of liis Bepubltenii-
"i'i.) llie News man is a very wrathful
' '""'! r-numiiiy because ho is a sorely
creature, and lu his wrath
leckleHslv at uvorvthimr nml
. y. rl...ly ihut ..)eB not hend to his will.
He should lM1 rcasotmblo-lm Hlioull t
speculate t much upon what others in
tended to do if so and so had been ho aud
CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 23, 1381.
so, or would do if so and so were so and so.
Above ull things our frieud the champion
of the lot cause should "purge his bosom
of the black despair" at tho repeated shat
tering of his hopes, and then he could
look upon lite with a pleasnuter face.
Measures taken for Spring Style Hilk
Hats at A. Marx s.
In Monticello tho prohibition ticket
was defeated, but only by a majority ol
four. In several other cities in different
parts of the slate it was successful and it
would seem that gradually tho question of
total ahstenanco trom liquor is working it
self into prominence at tho polls, and will,
in the course of few years, bo niado the
principal issue of the elections in Illinois.
The temperance peoplo will succeed in
forcing the issue upon tho voters of tho
state in spito of the republican legislature.
A special meeting of tho city council
was held in tho council chamber last even
ing to canvass the votes cast at the late
city election; tho full report of tho pro
ceedings will appear in to-morrow's Bulle
tin. The results declared arc in accord
ance with those published in these col
umns the day'after the election; with the
exception that the office of city attorney is
declared to bo vacant, because Mr. J . II.
Cunningham, who received the majority of
the votes for that office, "can not hold and
&,lar and Headache, Frosted Feet
and Ears, and all other Pains
ko Preparation an rurtli equal St. J,u-mis On. as
ii',in iin''iiini rn-7 r.twiuiu iwiutu),
rial .mulls tint the eonipiimtmly triiliiir imlliiy
i'.t. i'vi.lu. mill cverv (.m Millerinc with Ittin
In have chetii uwl .usit!ve proof of Its clatius.
Directions lu Woven I.iiukuiiki.
bLD BY ALL DBT1Q GISTS AND TEALEKS IN
A.VOGEX.ER & CO.,
Jlnttimorc Xd.. V.
st. jacohs on
j I'CI I J-'US
100 suits Middlesex Flannel, warrant
ed Indigo Blue, at 112.50, worth $15.50,
at A. Marx's, 01 Ohio Levee.
Some attention should be given to the
Ixiys who play ball on the streets and on
the commons in tho city, and who never
fail to become excited in the course of the
play. They are usually in close proximity
to some premises occupied by persons who
are not accustomed to hearing loud curscB
and foul epithet?, such as
these boys indulge in for hours
at a time, and hence they should be sup
pressed entirely or made to behave them
selves. Last Sunday a crowd of these foul
mouthed youngsters made the day hideous
with their blasphemy and obscenety in a
neighborhood in the lower part of the city.
A repetition ol such lawlessness should be
Phil. II. Saup, the Washington avenue
confectioner and ice cream saloon proprie
tor, wiii give a grand opening at his ice
cream p.irlor, next to Barclay Bro's pre
scription drug store, this evening. He has
made extensive and costly improve
ments in his establishment and
has prepared for a groat rush
of his many friends and customers this
evening. Besides this, he has also a full
stock of candies mostly pure, home-made
goods which he is able to sell at prices to
compete with any other dealer in tho city.
His place is now one of the handsomest in
Cairo, and will doubtless continue to be in
the future what it has been in the past, the
most popular resort for all who wish to en
joy a glass of cool soda or a plate of de
licious ice cream amid the most picturesque
A trial came off before
Judge Olmsted, yesterday, which
caused considerable interest among
the boys living on Walnut fctreet. A lady
of color had sworn out a warrant before
Esquire Comings for the arrest ot young
Sherly Hill, charging him with having
sicked his dog onto the said colored lady's
children. The trial was to have come
oil" before Esquire Coinings day before
yesterday, but a change of venue was ta
ken to Judge Olmsted where it came off
yesterday afternoon. The city attorney ap
peared for the prosecution and Mr. J. W.
Hill, father of defendent, appeared for his
son. A large number of witnesses were
examined on both sides, and every point in
tho case was strongly set forth by testi
mony. The evidence showed conclusively
that defendent was not guilty of. tho charge
made against him and hence tho court was
compelled to discharge him, It is proba
ble that an appeal will be taken.
S'ight before last thieves raised tho
window in tho rear vof Mr. C. W. Bender-
son's hardware store, on the corner of
Twelfth street and Commercial avenue,
nnd entered tho tin shop. From there
they got into tho store by forcing open a
door and, having first secured' a sack from
somewhere in the store, proceeded to rob
the show cases of most of tho finest cut
lery; but it appears that they were dis
turbed in their work as they took only half
of what was m ono of tho cases. No
positive cluo to the perpetrators
of the deed had been discovered up to yes
terday evening. The police nro keeping a
sharp lookout, and City Marshall Uohinson
has telegraphed and Hent postal cards to
various cities around Cairo, There is, how
ever, a small chain of circumstances that
point to the departure of tho robbers by
river, in a'ikilT. Mr.' Henderson missed,
asidu from tho cutlery, also a sack, and tho
supposition that the burglars Used tliis to
ut the cutlery into is homo out by tho fact
that, about three o'clock yesterduy morn
ing, Mr. Tim Coy 1m saw two men,
ono of them carrying a suck over
his shoulder, walk down Ohio leve to
ward the river and that one of tho skiffs
fastened to tho bank the night before was
also missing yesterday morning. Mr.
Henderson estimates Ins loss at not less
than four hundred dollars.
The doctors had quito an interesting
squabble over tho dying Disraeli. Ilis
own physician was Dr. Kidd, reputed a
homeopath ; but tho queen desired that ho
have additional attendance, and Dr. .Tenner
was requested to visit the onrl. He con
sulted some of the brethren, who looked
owl-wise and were of tho opinion that ho
could not properly meet a gentleman of
another and, as was alleged, an unscientific
school. Then Dr. Quain was
approached, and ho consented to
attend after being assured by Dr. Kidd
that ho was treating Disraeli not
hoineopnlhically but on general medical
principles. Quuiu is to bo called to ac
count, however, for his violation of "profes
sional etiquette" that code which would
lot a person dio rather than cure him by
any but Conventional methods. Such nar
rowness in mug medical men is rather rarer
than formerly, but it is unfortunately far
too prevalent. By such cxclusiveness the
doctors .do much belie their boast that their
profession in tho hour of sickness rccog
nizesonly humanity in need of succor.
. we desire to inako a lew remarks or
suggestions about tho manner of construct-
fing nnd reconstructing Cairo sidewalks,
At present there is a good deal ol red tape
anout the method in which a notice is
served on property-owners and a good deal
of useless tune consumed before any work
is accomplished. Why not, instead of the
present dilatory style of notification, adopt
the plan which is one of the few good
things the expensive muncipality of New
York can boast ? Why not have prepared
a lot ot big notices on boards, sonictuing in
the style of those real estate
men put tin on vacant lots
for sale, one of these board
notices being stuck up wherever a sidewalk
needs repairing and stating on its face that
if the wotk is not done within a certain
number of days it will bo accomplished by
the city? Such a thing as this is deemed
notification enough to property-owners else
where; why not in Cairo? If a property
owner dislikes to have such a placard up
ull he has to do is t ) keep his sidewalks in
good shape, or, if by accident they do get
out of order he can get rid of tho notice at
once by attending promptly to the call
FUN EKAL NOTICE.
The funeral of little Robert Hudson will
take plaec at the residence of his father,
Col. I. B. Hudson, this afternoon at half
past one o'clock. The service will be con
ducted by Bcv. B. Y. George. A special
train will leave foot of Sixth street at half
past two for Villa Hidgc, where the remains
will be interred. Friends of the lamily arc
invited to attend.
THE MKETIXOS IN CAIIU) CONCLL'lltl) A
VISIT TO THE ITHLIC SCHOOLS AN EX
CLKSION, ETC., ETC.
At the meeting of the ladies of the Social
Science Association on Thursday evening,
the billowing resolution was offered by Mrs.
Carpenter and unanimously adopted :
Resolved, That the III. Social Science
Association, in semi-annual conference as
sembled, desires to ret limits heartfelt thanks
to the officers mid members of the Cairo
Woman's Club and Library Association
and to the Auxiliary Social Scicuce Ass'n,
for their generous hospitality; to the press
of Cairo for its excellent reports of the
meetings; to the school officers tor the in
vitation extended to the association to visit
tho public schools of the city, and to Capt.
Halliday for his courteous tender of an ex
cursion on the Ariadne, and to the citizens,
generally, tor their many courtesies.
Thursday evening closed the literary
part of the programme of the Social Sci
ence; and Friday morning by the kindness
of Capt. W. P. Halliday, the ladies took
the promised excursion. As many as pos
sible of the W. 0. and L. A. accoinpauied
them, attended by several gentlemen. The
ride afforded the Chicago ladies a grand
opportunity in see and understand Cairo,
its locution, advantages and what it has
been evolved from. The very pleasant
morning was closed by a visit to Mr. Wood
ward's store, ami time pressing, they hur
ried on to the colored schools where the
ladicB manifested the .greatest interest in
the progress and development of thecoloied
race. After dinner they again, by especial
request, and accompanied by Mr. (iold
Btine, visited the rest of tho
rooms, the Thirteenth street school
having received a hurried visit in the morn
ing. Tho high school room was reached
soon after two o'clock, and hero everthing
excited interest and pleasure. It was by
especial request that tho high school
scholars attended the Social Science session
tho previous afternoon, and tho Chicago
ladies received a favorable impression of
tho youth of Cairo. Various exercises were
promptly and easily performed by the
pupils. A graceful tribute to our visitors
was given by tho recital of a beautiful
poom on the Chicago fire, by a number of
tho young girls. In response to a request,
Mrs. Hoot again favored those who wero
there, with recitations, given in her own
happy manner. Thus closed ono
of the pleasantost occasions that
could ho desired, Mrs. Starrett, Mrs. Root;,
PH(ENIX DRUG STORE,
GKEO. JU. O'HAKA, Proprietor,
Cor. Commercial Avenue )
aud Eighteenth Street. )
Mrs. Babbitt and Mrs. Fairman leaving on
the four o'clock train. Mrs. Carpenter and
daughter with Miss Richards remain until
to-day. At the close of the many occur
ances of tho day, all were saddened, by
the allliction that had befallen Mrs, Hud
son, in the loss of her baby boy. Strangers
though they wero the visitors joined with
her Cairo friends in expressions of sympa
thy. Sometime, wo hope llie "City by tho
Lake" will send these dear friends to us
again, and Cairo will give them a hearty
Mrs. W. P. Halliday did not sing at
Ilartraan's hall Thursday evening, because
of her attendance at the bedside of Miss
REAL ESTATE CHANGES.
Goo. M. Alden and wife to Walter M
Cunditf, wairanty deed, dated March 2Hth
1M1, for lot numbered five, in block num
bered fifty-four, in the city of Cairo
Consideration eight hundred dollars.
Walter M. Cunditf and wife to Herman
Bioms; warranty deed, dated April 21st,
1881, for lot numbered five, in block fifty
four, in the city of Cairo. Consideration
eight hundred dollars.
Mr. Marsh Warren, of St. Louis but
formerly of Cairo, is in the city for a short
Mr. II. D. DaBella, of Puna, III., was in
Cairo yesterday stopping at the Hotel I )e
Mr. P. Clancy has been suffering severely
tor snie time past with rheumatism in his
right arm aud hnnd.
Mrs. Bysori nnd Mrs. Blelock, of St
Louis, Mo., are in the city, visiting their
sister, Mrs. C. N. Hughes.
Esquire Osborn received a postal card
yesterday fioni his brother, who lives in
Michigan, stating that he (his brother) will
lie here shortly on a visit.
Mis.s Annie Alvord was reported to be
better during yesterday than she had been
the night previous, but not quite so well
toward yesterday evening.
Mrs. Osborn, wife of Esquire Oslwrn, who
has been away on a visit to her daughter-in-law,
at Di.'sota, Mo., for some months, will
return home on the first proximo.
Captain James "SI. Totton expects to
make a trip to St. Louis soon for the pur
pose of bringing down a new transfer boat
for the new Mobile and Ohio railroad that
will soon run into Cairo.
Miss Mary Calhoun Dixon, is now at Du
Quoin, Ills. She is the samo Miss Dixon
that gave a series of readings and dramatic
recitals here some years ago, which were
very highly appreciated by those who
Mr. Sol Steinberger, general agent for
Henry C. Tennison, map publisher of Chat
tanooga, Tenn., is in the city, otfering an
elegant map of the United
States, etc., at a very low price
Besides being very complete and
accurate from a gcograpical and commer
cial standpoint the map gives data upon
various subjects that will be found of value
LIST OP LETTEI18 KEMAIMNO UNCALLED
KOH IN THE l'OSTOKKIC'li AT CAIHO, ILL.,
KIlIDAV, AI'HIL 22, lb81.
KohliiKou, M utile
Marrack, Klnrem n
Sniiiruvrs, .lu II ii
CIKNTLEMEN S LIST.
Averlll, William W.
Buney. JnhiiJ, ('.'l
Chim t. Jack
C macron, John
ilolluiuati, CienrH'e B.
1 1 it HP. Henry
Howard. Loiiih .1,
llonler, II. H.
Mona, Dhiii j
Miller, (ieoriu W.
McKey, (1. W
Towers, Churl lu
Adam, E. .1,
Brown, Win . M,
Buch, Helen I).
I'uir, M. W.
Conell, W. II
Colyer, C. B.
Fulls, J. H,
llunier, (Ireeu 1'
i loward, .J. H.
Kennedy, Edward I.
Mailing, Kuv. J. D.
May, O. W.
Hlchardaon, Thomas C.
Wulla, Kev. A.
Ienipuuto, A prom.
I'eraona calllnu'fur tho abovii montioned will
pluamuaayndvortlied. UttO. W. McKKAIO,
-. Poll Maatur.
GItt). K. O'BAIU,
Adxitrliitmtntt in nonfanil (net Immtu rnrrf.)
V fivt Imti or tax in thit tolunm, 10 cmtx lath in
ir r linn.
MALR. Small rcdldimco on Tenth Htreet,
between Walnut aud LVilur. Kor tin' tU-iil urn
enquire on Jjreiiile. M 1(8, W. ALLEN.
A I0NKY WANTS I),
$'ii0 to timmi Uniterm,
1M welln'iared: for particular aildr.,..
Ilulletlu olllce, Cairo
... I.. ,.llla '
y ANTED TO RENT.-A ri.ttiu.MHiM In C roonu
In Rood locality, In lower part of the cllv
Heply to No. i8 Ohio levee.
VOH KENT. -The Delia Hnunn, corner nf Third
trect and Commercial avenue. Han bf. n tlior
niiL'lily repaired Internally and exlernallv. v.
tinted only one liloek from all the railroad 1c put
and only two hloc kn from the prlnrlpal r ti-urubout
landing. Apply to V M . McJIALK.
A COOKIN" KTOVEfiirmle.wltlitHo Iron pom,
(V two hake jiani' mil two LTlildleH; will l.c- mid
fur ten dollar. Ajlyat Jliilletm olllce.
poit HEJJT- Itoiima. fnrnlfl vti or iinfiurMuil
with or without lionrd, at reai'slilo ratt-a
Apply at Kulletin tiiillillnj!.
A Fashionable Event !
The Rising star of the Day!
ONE NIGHT ONLY!
Tuesday Evening, April 2G.
First ftjipearunce In Cairo of the youthful and
Kl WOK I ED BY
J. H. HUNTLEY,
And a Select New York Coiiiiany.
Tuesday Evening April 2Gth.
Sheridan Knowlen" (inat Drama.
I'KK'KS:-AdmlMin Ui and 75 cent
Scata cent extra, at Dan'l Hartinair.
NKW YORK STOKE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IX TUN CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. FATIEK Sc CO..
Cor, Nineteenth ftreet )
Commercial Avenue J
Qt W. WHEELER,
Summer Wood and Kindling
conitantly on nana
At Seventy-five cents jier load.
At one dollar per load.
The "IrlmmlneV'are coarse ahavinra and make
the beat aummor wood foreooklnK purpura well
the cheapent ever fold In Cairo. For black
'mlih'a uae In aeitlnn tlrea, they aro unequalled.
Leave yonr order at the Tenth atreet wood yard .
CLAIM Y0UE MONEY.
A tioncral Olllce of tho Life Policy Holders' Col
taction Agency or the I'nllnd Mtatua, for tint fiiatea
of Illinois. Wlaconaln, Mliiiiemita nnd Jowu Inia
been iiHtuhliiihed In thn city of ChlcaKO. There ta
a ('nun value in all LifeinHiiranceToll'-.lea.whuth.ir
landed or In furcn. Knr further Information re-
liectlnRtheaaiiio, apply U Local Aent, If thera
la oim in
ace, otherwlne by letter to
CIJAKLKH (V ot'lVEY CO., (ieuurnl Atienia,
'.'1 I'ortlaml Hlora. i nicaco, milium.
N. II. -To Inmiru attention to your letter Incloao
ficent In Toatajjo and wu will Rive It our tlme'and
uitiintlon. , , . , ,
Partiea deairoua of obtaining Local Agonclua
pleaKet address ua at ouco mill inclose bkpkm
0TICK TO CONTRACTOHH.
Opwei okCitt Cikiik,
t'Aiitn, lu.., April sllat, 1SK1.
Honied irupoenH will bu received lit thin nftk-o
until ft o'clock p. m., Tlieaday, May !ld, ISM, lor
fiirnlshini; for llie city's iihii and delivering ontbo
streets of the city not less than Mum nor mora
than U'O 0 cubic yinis of Krnvnl, similar to that
delivered on Hlxtn street, ami Conunerclul avenuu
In the vonr lswi, and subject to the approval of tho
coinmltteo on at reels. Delivery of mild travel to ho
commenced At ones, after the acceptance of the bid,
and the contract to hn completed hefnri) July Ifttli,
next. Tho rlRbt to reject uuy nnd all blda reserved
by the city. D. J. KOLKY, CllyClurk.
Large Stock. Fresh Goods
Just Received. Prices Lower
than ever. BARCLAY RHUS.