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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 20, 1881.
THE DAILY BULLETIN,
(C.VTEHKD ATTHK ItT OFKIl'lt IS CAIIW, IL
LINOIS, AS SECOND CLAHA MATTKH.
I.OCAI. WEATHER KKFOUT.
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Ham. Wind. Vet Weather.
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Mt&niKKD Temperature. 7'J Minimum Ittn
p immrofri : ICiiln 0 Jb inch.n.
1 River, 41 feel I Incite. Fall lUnclic
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Sem't 8lUl Curm. L'. A.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In Ihl column, flvo cunt per line,
inrertinii. Knr one month, 5" cent per line.
' ' Lake Ice.
. Durmj.' the suinmur 6cHs.ii I will run an
ice wagon to all parts of tlie rity un-i will
insure prompt delivery of pun- lake ire to
customers, in quantities large or small, to
suit. Leave orders at t'. W. Wuvh r's wood
yard, on Tenth street.
(iEO. W. Sl'KNCK.
Tlie stock of groceries etc., In-longing to
tlie btore of J. C.Cl.irk,on Eighth street will
lie sold at cost, in lots to nut purchasers.
All persons indebted to tlie. rstuMish
ment are requested to call and settle and
thus save costs. S. B. Pens, Ueeeiver.
TO COXTEACTUKS AND BL'ILDKIiS.
The undersigned building committed of
the A. 31. E. Church will arrive lads for
tlie erection of their new building complete,
including materials, until the first of May
next. Tlie pluns and specifications wiil be
found at the "lumber office of Lancaster fc
llice, on Commercial avenue. They tail to
mention one item of requirement, iz: the
building is to be lined under weather hoard
ing with one inch lmards. The committee
reserves the right to reject any r.r all bids
W.Thomas, and 'Commute.
P. C. CoOl'EH, I
Tho 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. Also manufacturer
of all kinds of sausages. Call upon En d
if you want good meats.
Mr. J. IJ. Doerint' has purchased the fix
tures formerly used in tho barber shop in
the Vincent block und has removed his
shop from the 6outh side to the north side
nl Eighth street, back of li. F. Po ker's
paint and wall paper store. Mr. Doering
now has the completest barber shop in the
city and asks everybody to cull upon him
for a first-class hair cut or shave.
Ice, Wholesale ami He tail.
Iam now prepared to sell ice by the car
load, or by the pound at prices beyond
competition. My wagons will run to all
parts of the city during summer, servin
ice to customers in quantities to suit.
Orders for carload lots will receive pnnqt
attention. r. 31. aiu.
A gol stock of paper, expressly for
Ilcktograph use, for sale at Thk I!rn.i:Ti
Use Tin; Caiiio Bulletin scratch books,
for sale at the office, 1200 leaves to tho
dozen books. 10 cents each or .$ 1 .00 per
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
1 he 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 give perfect satisfaction in
every case or money refunded. Price, 2.r
cents per box. For sale by Geo. K. i ll mia
Try it! Try It!
Use the Puntagraph Binder. Covi ns furn
ished free of charge. No extra charge
over ordinary binding for the tablets.
Furnished only by TiikCaiiio I'.n.i.i-.TiN
for putting up Letter, Note, Bill Heads and
other printed stationery.
Oveh lt;."),(J00 Howe Scales have been
sold. Send for Catalogue to Borden, Sel
leek A; Co., General Agents, Chicago, Ills.
MoL'kted varnished, and paper mans of
Cairo for sale, at The Bulletin office.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Noticed In thuiKi colmniit, tun cent jier llnu,
each iunertiou. Marked
Smoke Hchuh's Gilt Edgi
Lost One new Smith co Wesson
revolver, No. U2. Any one finding the
same will please leave it at this oflice.
Burr Bobbins &. Co's fancy car, st Hid
ing on Commercial rtveuuc, below Sixth
street, has been an object of much admira
tion to the boys during the last few days.
A full stock of Hats of till kinds.
Fumbaker, tho Clothier. '
To-night the United Order ol Ancient
TemvUrs uv;U ut the hall ot the Mystic
Krew. ftevetul new inembm are to bo
initiated and other interesting mmi
-Foil Sale.-7 octave mimo, K(Jli
make, will be Bold cheap Tor cash, ).;.
quiro of Mrs. Hills, at residence ym
Winter, Sixth street.
Work on tho plauk walk on the west
side ot Wasliingiou avenue, ueiween
Twelfth and Thirteenth streets began yes
torday morning and tt will lie llnislied to
Geo. Wt Bpence bus entered tho del
ana dealer in puro lake ice. There is no
good reason why our people should no
keep cool tins summer, if ice will do it
See his advertisement in anothei column.
An all Wool Cassimere Suits for Men
$10.00. Farnbaker, the Clothier.
On Saturday afternoon the little eight
year-old son of 3Ir. Henry Wells fell from
a sofa not much more than one foot high
and broke his collar-bone. Medical assist
ance was at once called and the little fel
low is doing very well.
Docs advertising pay-? is the question
with Wm. Alba. A small card in The
Bulletin for a month lias forced him to
the expense of two new chairs and a gen
eral expansion and improvement ot ins
shop. He now runs six chairs and is full
- Uemcmber the Selena Fetter Combina
tion at the Atheueum to-night. It is the
tirst time Cairo has had an opportunity to
witness the acting of this talented young
lady. Her New York company furnishes
excellent support. The Odd Fellows' so
ciable can be attended after the theatre is
A large stock of Boys' and Children's
Clothing at Farnbaker, the Clothier.
A delegation of men, each with a car
pet sack crammed to bursting with his
worldly goods, come over on the ferrylwat
Three States yesterday evening. They had
come to Bird's Point by the Iron 3Iouutain
railroad and seem to be mostly honest men,
in search of either employment, or a place
where to locate.
Tiov. .Morrow, of St. Faiil's church, at
Peoria has been forced by his con-
gre;ration to resign. The charges are that
his kissing and hugging some of the pretty
young lady members of his congregation
grew to be more than purely platouic and
that he sometimes allows himself to fall a
victim to the allurements of the cup.
A bill has passed the senate oi thisstate,
by a majority of nineteen, which makes
the keeping of houses of ill fame a felony,
punishable by imprisonment in the penni-
tentiary. Mr. Bell, the author of the bill,
spoke long and eloquently in favor of it,
picturing the black evil of prostitution in
all its awful proportions and fearful conse
quences. - Mr. Harry Walker has the contract for
erjcting seven hundred running feet of
large circus poster fences four hundred
feet are for Burr RobbinB & Co's show and
three hundred feet for Dan Costello's great
show. 1 nis accounts for the hasty fencing
up of so many of the empty lots in the city,
w bieh may be regarded as an improvement
upon their former appearance.
--Fine line of Gents' Summer Under
W'i.r just received. Farnbaker, the Cloth
Alton is trrubled with a serious row in
its fire department, which, like Cairo's, is
composed of volunteers. The fire depart
ment of the city at large, at a meeting held
recently for the purpose of electing officers,
refused to recognize the existence of two of
the companies and the result is that the
property of the city is more
or less unprotected againsc nre,.
Now that the river is high thg-fiity au
thorities should procure rock froth the
quarries so as to have it here in case more.
btreets are to be paved at some future
time. By taking advantage of the river
now, the experience that was had with
Eighth street may be guarded against and
the rock might be prepared by the city
prisoners while wc are waiting for the
work on some other street to begin.
It is rumored that the Mississippi
river is vigorously cutting away at the nar
row neck of land which attaches Dog Tooth
to the Missouri shore. Some years ago the
suggestion was made to assist the river in
cutting through this comparatively slight
obstruction to its course and thus render
Dog Tooth an island, or throw it over on
the Illinios shore, but the idea was not
carried out and it now seems that the river
will accomplish the feat by itself.
Check books, receipt books, order
books, etc., made to order on Bhort notice
at The Bi i.letin ollice.
--One of the watchmen on the Missis
sippi levee, at Adams county, Ills., saw a
skill' containing two men approach the
levee about twelve o'clock.on Friday night,
and shortly after heard that some ono wub
at work on the levee with a pick and shovel.
He went to where the Bound came from
and saw the two men in the act ol cutting
through the levee to permit the river to
llood the low lands on the other sido, The
guard took aim and fired, one ot the men
uttered a cry of pain, and both hastily en
tered the skill' and rowed away, leaving
their tools and a track of blood behind.
Upon closer examination the levco was
found to have been over half cut through.
"There was considerably more excite
ment at the Cairo city election than at
outs. .More money spent, more winsKy
trunk, but still it passed off without any
lights." Massnc Journal. This is scurril-
ins grossly approbrioUB. The Journal
man's fertile imagination, coupled with
jealousy and a strong propensity for do-
laming that which ho knows to bo above
his liWIl BUrmillicl hum Ima ti.nil liim intn
an error him runaml dm l
v-Hiivu tuv imvuv uu
iruth and this meanness in his nature to
'""A forth in kU its hldVUBUCAs. Tho
vu item Sh a complete perversion of tho
truth m every particular. There was hot
more excitement In the Cairo city election
than there was at "ours;" there was not
more money spent; thero waA nowtilk
drank, and there wr.nB fights two fights;
and the man who says that this is not so is
an ignorant or malicious calumniator and,
like Lord Angus, he li li ho is woefully
Another secret society, to be known as
the Kuights of Columbia, is to be formed
in this city on next Wednesday night, at
the hall, over Mr. Schoember's cabinet
shop, on Commercial avenue, between Elev
euth and Twelfth Btreets. The orga
tion is to be composed of persons irrespec
tivo ol color and to bo pre-eminently a
benevolent institution. Mr. Lewis C.
Morse, S. I). D. S. C. K. O. C. A., of St.
Louis, Mo., and a gentleman of fine abilities,
who stands high in the organization, will
be here on the day mentioned to effect the
Another story of salvation from an in
curable discaso by prayer conies from
Frceport, Ills. A 3Irs. Ncwcoiro was
thrown from a buggy some years ago and,
oesuies having an arm Iracturcu and an
ankle dislocated, sustained some severe
internal injuries, from which she suffered
greatly ever since, with only an occasional
interruption. After trying, for a long time,
every possible medical aid, she resorted to
prayer. She prayed persistently for about
six months, assisted by au old colored wo
man, and at the end of that time she began
to teel an improvement in her condition,
which gradually ended in a complete cure
A man named Wm. Rice came to Pa
lucah a short time ago and proceeded to
court a young lady named Miss Stewart
The courtship ended in marriage and the
couple lived happily together upon a farm
between Cairo and Paducah until a day or
two ago, when it was discovered that there
was another 3Irs. Bice in Illiuois. She was
notified of Wm's faithlessness, and has now
placed him in jail with the intention of
sending him to state prison for his heinous
crime. 31 ay she succeed in !icr noble
design, for such wretches as William is,
deserve not life's enjoyments and should be
placed where they cannot, by their perfidy,
cause innocent and lovinir hearts to burst
The Sisters of Loretto, are being
subjected to much inconvenience from the
sipe water, which has intruded upon the
lower floor of their old building, thus forc
ing them to use part of their study hall for
kitchen and dinning-room purposes. Tnc
new building is as yet not ready for occu
pancy, work on it being discontinued fur
want of funds. Something should be
done at once by the Cairo public for these
deserving ladies, who, in the face ot so
many disheartening reverses, still hope to
recover their losses. Some little exertion,
on the part of their friends would, perhaps,
result in realizing a sufficient amount to
complete the new building and enable them
to meet the demands of the next education
al year. Who will take the initiatory?
Young men and young ladies, come for
Pkok. Chomwell, whoso magnificent
Art Illustrations are world-famed, sa8 that
he had sometime ago suffered excruciating
torments from rheumatism, and had tried
all kinds of medicines and so-called cures
all without effect. He heard, however,
of St. Jacobs Oil, and resolved to give it a
tMulpijftaw'Uii..nd its ellect on him
was almost magical. A complete cure was
effected, and since then he had never Butter
ed from rheumatism.
FOR ST. JOSEPH'S CHURCH.
to-moiit! tonioht! TO-MOHIIOW NIOI1T
AMI TIIK SIGHT AFTER.
Grand disposal of the choicest and most
valuable articles ever raffled at a fair in
Lovers of the useful and the beautiful
attend and see and judge for yourselves.
Here they are: A sofa of the finest
workmanship, a marbletopped washstand,
valued at 13 dollars; a gold ring, set in
pearls, value 17 dollars; a prayer book
bound in green satin beautifully gilt and
highly orntunented.value ten dollars; a gold
watch for the mot popular young lady in
Cairo; a chandelier for the the best looking
merchant, two barrels of 3Iessrs. Ilalli
day and Oalligher's best brand of
flour; baby buggy of the latest
fashion, a rocking chair; a whatnot,
a baby's rocking chair; four large
pictures of exquisite finish; tho Thorn
Crown's head; the Sorrowful Mother; the
Sacred Heart and the Resurrection; four
vases of the fincbt cast; a lady's pocket
book and a 2 a dollar gold coin; a case of
parafine wax candles; a pair of gentlemen's
boots, with all tho other parapharnalia ne
cessary to dress liim out in grand Btyleja
selection of books from tho best authors
of the day and a thousand other different
things, too numerous to mention, will greet
the eyes of the visitors for the next three
nights, at the temperance hall.
Tho supper table, tho refreshment table
ami fancy table, will bo decked off in a
manner to suit tho most fastidious taste,
and waited upon by some of Cairo's kindest
and most accomplished young ladies.
Notice to one ami all, owing personal
taxes, that they will call and settlo at onco
ami hiivo costs, as my timo for making
settlement is close at hand, and tho taxes
uiust coineforo the 1st of May, &c.
John Hoikik Sheriff.
Canckh. No knife. No Pain. No
Sickness. No Fearful Treatments. Treat
ment is Tree. Go or Bend to Dr. Kliue, 031
Arch St., Phiiadii, Pa.
THE GRAND SILVER WEDDING OF
MR. AND MliS. JOHN K0EHLER.
AND ORNAMENTAL PRESENTS.
llEOnoEOL'S DKOOHATION9. A MAGNIFICENT
LY SPREAD TABLE. BEAUTIFUL CE11E
MONY. A I1UILLIANT COMPANY, MUSIC,
DANCINO, ETC., ETC.
There has not occurred in Cairo an affair
of any kind at which grander preparations
had been made than were made for the
celebration of tho stiver wedding of Jlr.
and Mrs. John Keohler, at the Rough and
Ready engine house, last uight. Perhaps
there has never been an event, similar to it,
which would compare with this
in all itsgrandeure. Mr. Keohler and his
estimable family arc among tho oldest citi
zens of Cairo, having lived hero over
twenty-five years and 3Ir. Keohler and his
wife are perhaps tho only couple among the
large German population of Cairo, that can
boast of having married here, twenty-five
years ago and lived hero in uninterrupted
happiness, ever since. It wns yery natural,
therefore, that they should wish to celebrate
the twenty-fifth anniversay of the happy
event ot their first union in a manner
commensurate with its remarkable char
acter, and how well they succeeded in do
ing this only those who were thero can
know, for it is impossible 10 give a faithful
description. However, we shall attempt to
give those who were not present at the
celebration some idea of what it really was.
Rough and Ready hall was the scene,
chiefly and, upon its walls, ceiling and fix
tures the handiwork of tho Moral artist
was visidle in wreathed pictures
and garlanded chandeliers and ornamental
mottoes and figures of various and beauti
ful shapes. At the foot of the stairs was a
garland of green, stretching from over the
entrance to both sides of the stair way
The front wall, between the windows were
decorated with a number of ornamental fig
ures, encircling the names ot Keohler and
Bitter, with the dates of their birth and
marriage. Tlie south wall was behuug
with a number of pictures, all of which
were euwreathed in green, and in its centre,
a large arch was formed by the following
words in large silver letters: "Keohler, Ujrn
1931 ; Hitter, born 1838"; underneath, in a
straight line wr.s: "Married in 18V5." In
In the centre of the arch was the date
"1SS1," also in silver figur.s. The north
wall was similarly decorated, differing
only in the inscription of the arch, which,
in this case, was: "Heaven's blessing rest
upon this silver wedding," encircling the
date ot the wedding, "183'J." Tlie uresi
i i - ' i . .,
ieius uesK was aiso eucircieu vvuij
wreathes of green; from the ceiling, sus
pended oy festoons of green over the spot
where the happy couple was to stand, was
a large and very elaborately constructed
horseshoe; near the the centre of the large
room five wreaths were suspended each
encircling a name of one of the children
viz: "Oeorgc, John, Katie. Anna ami
Mary," ami festoons of green were
bireicned across the room in
graceful curves from each of the cliau-
te.iers, wuien sued a nrillinnt light over
the whole magnificent scene. In one cor
ner stood several tables, covered with sil
ver articles of every description.tho gifts of
the many friends of the c luple. Below,
on the first floor, a table wa3 set for lifty
persons and upon it was found a variety of
fancy eatables that would have tempted
most any one to become just a little glut
tonous. Cake of every description, meat
ditto and an innumerable variety of fancy
The ceremony was set for 9 o'clock, to
bo performed by EsqiiireComings, and long
before this time, every seat in the hall was
occupied by both Gdrmans and Americans.
Shortly after nine the bridal party arrived,
headed iiy Esquire Comings, and, walking
slowly down the broad ailse, took their
places under the large horse shoe,
and facing the audience. Mr. and
Mrs. Wm. Alba served as groomsman and
iridesmaid. Esquire Comings stepped
forward and, in a clear voice, read first to
the audience a very appropriate poem from
Oliver Wendell Holmes. He then faced
Mr. and Mrs. Keohler and re-united them
in the holy bonds, in which they have for
twenty-five years been so happy. Con
gratulations then followed, and when these
had ended Judge F. Bross, in behalf of the
ro-married couple, thanked the many
friends present for their good wishes. Mayor
Thistlewood replied to the judge in behalf
of tho audience and then there was music
by tho baud. After this camo Biipper and
tho balance of the night was spent in a
merry whirl to the tunes of one ot Cairo's
best string bands. The gentlemanly ushers
were Jlcssrs. Charles Young, Herman
Meyers, Georgo Baker and Fred. Hofl
hiezo. The following is a list of tho presents:
Set of silver napkin rings, from 3Ir. and
Silver butter dish, from Mr. and Mrs.
Handsome butter dish, trom Mr. and
Mrs. Jacob Walter.
Tair of silver vases, from Mr. Ralph
Silvor boqtict holder, from Mr. Uus
I'HOMIX DEUtt STORE,
G!EO. E. O'HAKA, Proprietor.,
Cor. Commercial Avenue J
and Eighteenth Street. )
Silver slipped jewelry case, from Mr.
and 3Irs. Samuel 3Ieyers.
Silver pickle dish, from Mrs. Sarah
Silver pickle dish, from Mr. and 3Irs.
Beodc C. George.
Silver pickle dish, from Mr. and Mrs. A.
Silver pickle caster, from Mr. and Mrs.
Silver covered fruittand, from Mr. and
Mrs. II. Breihan and E. P. Jackson.
Silver cake stand, from Mr. and Mrs.
Silver spoon holder, from 3Iayor N. B.
Pair of silver napkin rings, from Mr. and
Mrs. Chas. Cunningham.
Silver pickle stand, from Mr. and Mrs.
Silver berry dish, from Mr. and Mrs
Sanders and Mrs. Blatlau and 3Irs. Weber
Set of silver individuals, from Mr. and
Mrs. L. B. Church and Mr. Howard Speck
Pair of napkin rings and cup, from Rosa
B. Smith and Kaderll.
Handsome silver fruit stand, from Mr
John B, Koehler.
Beautiful silver castor, from Mr. Louis R.
Koehler and Miss Minnie Ross man.
Large silver water pitcher, from Mr. and
3Irs. Rees. Mr. and 3Irs. Ehs and Mr. and
Handsome silver cake stacd, from Mr.
Magnificent silver fruit dish, from Mr.
and Mrs. Block.
Handsome silver fruit dish, from Mr.
Silver waiter, from 31 r. and Mrs. Chas.
Silver card receiver, from 3Iiss Louise
Fancy cake stand, from 31 r. Jacob Lind
Siver butter dish, from 3Ir. and 3Irs,
Silver soup spoon, from Mr. and .Mrs. C
Set of Silver knives, from 3Ir. and Mm.
Silver syrup pitcher, from Mr. and Mrs
Silver berry spoou, from Mr. A. L.
Silver water pitcher, from Mr. and 3Irs
Tilting water pitcher, from 3Ir. and .Mrs.
Goldstine and Mr. and Mrs. Rosenwater.
Silver desert spoon, from Mr. and Mm
Silver soup spoon, from .Mr and .Mrs Joe
Silver decanter, from Mr and 3Irs E. A
Butter knife and fruit spoon, from Mr.
and Mrs. Jno. Antrim.
Set of silver teaspoons, from Mr. and
3Irs. Simpson Taber.
Silver artificial sausage, from Mr. Fred.
Silver castor and silver cake stand, from
.Mr. and Mrs. Bross ami Mr. and Mrs. H.
Set of silver individuals, from Mrs. aud
Miss Mollie Tell.
Silver lruit spoon from 3Ir.Gus Williams
Silver butter knife, from Mr. and Mm.
Set of silver tea spoons, from Mr. and
Mrs. A. Lohr.
Set of silver knives, from Misses Gretchen
Set of knives, from 3Iiss Katie Koohler.
Set of flower vases, from Mr. Louis
Pair of silver napkin rings, from Jlr.
and .Mrs. Chas. Young.
Silver cologne cask, from Sir. and Mrs.
Pair of Bilvci flower vases, from 3Ir. and
Silver team of napkin rings, from Mr.
and 3Irs. Harry Schultz.
Pair of silver flower vases, from Miss
Silver toilet set, from Mr. Helig Man.
Silver cake stand, from Mr. Adolph Recs
and Herman Sticher.
Silver call receiver and flower vase, from
SIcssrs, E. E. and A. Comings.
Handsome dessert spoon, from Mr. and
Mrs. Chas. Pink.
Pair of silver flower vases, lrom Misses
Matiltla and Botha Alba.
Silver coffee-pot, fiom Mr. and Mrs.
Adolph Swoboda aud Mr. P. Kohlcr.
Silver cako stand, from Mr. and Mrs. T.
Pair ot flower vases, from Mr. Mutzgcr.
Silver cake stand, from Mr. John.
Silver butter dish, from Mr. and Mrs.
Card receiver, from Mr. Win wc.
wnv ti,.,a Vnrvo Restorer is tho
mar il of tho "torril Nerve Diseases
All (Its stopped freo. Scud to 0J1 Arch
street, Philadelphia, Tcnn.
GEO. E. O'HARA,
AJvtHutmtntt in nonpartil not luiiiten card-)
of fivt litui or lai in Ihi, clum, lu ciUt taJi w
strtim, T KHHONSitlveootittieiiliiii.). Termn reanjiinlile.
1J Also I'lHiiim carefully tuneil Aililre-n
1'HOK. WILL KMKHY,Jlo7. P.O.
LVJU 8ALE-Ouo Urue Kaa ctrrlajjo, 1 mnull
A carrlmji), 1 mirliiiiHrntciu. U inw luilui., one
second baud buniiy aud lour cult" Mliinli. in,ruc
Apply it tiabltiiu LEfc; lioli.OLliT,
i cil NAI.K -evt?ti-oetav I'lnno: wonil
J. wm i)Coiii ciieaii for tttU. KhijiHm f Mr.
tiiiiB, at rttffiuuucv (if n
Wlutiir, MUta i-trm t.
wnit a . i it - i. , .
i'vi. ojii.r.. n muun; loiuri'u mart', hihd a
IOU SALE. -Small r sMeiice on Tmith utrcet,
Mwet-n Walnut aud ldur for paitlnilurii
enquire ou prvmlnr. MKS. I'. W. ALLKN.
POU RENT The Delta limine, corner of 'lliird
- treet and Com men Inl avenue 11 n. Iieeti llior
outfhlyrlialred Internally and externallv. I ini
tiated only one blin k frein all tlie mllri ad depot
aud only two block from the principal i.tKii.l,(.t
laudlue,. Apply to WM. MtllAI.h.
ACOOKINli STOVE fur faKwilh Ion Iron put,
to bake pan and two trrldillev; will ,t cold
fr ten dollara. Apply at IlulU tin Hike.
pOR KENT-Koi.n!. fi:riiicliiU or tMiirnitncil
i h"J l"6rd, at n anjlml,le inu
Apply at Bulletin Imlldini,'.
c :e .
Ready dow, to rurnlaliaiiH ,i..n... i; i,
(IBantlty botii tioUaJe s0( rcUtli fcnd al'
ROCK BOTTOM PRICES.
I rulfCtfllll aotlrlt thu ....,... r.i, .
Irleun and many now i.n,. ... '
ii.rr,i.. hi. men,
JAt Oil KI.EE.
A Fashionable Event !
The Kisinj; star of the Day!
ONE NIGHT ONLY!
Tuesday Evening, April 20.
Klrt appearance in Cairo of the youthful arid
J. H. Hl'XTLEY,
And a Sell ct "ew Yol k Company.
Tuesday Evening April 20th.
Uhortdao Know!' Great Drama,
PKIC'E.S:-Admllonso and;rcent. Henerved
Seat a.'' cent extra, al Dan'l Hartnian-.
NEW YORK STOUE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Largest Variety Stock
IX TIIK OTV.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
o. o. path: it co.,
Cnr. Nineteenth street
touimerclal Avumiu X
STOVES AN I) TIN WAKE.
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES,
Manufacturer ot and Driller in
TIN, COITEK & SHEET-IRON WARE
ALL KINDS OF J011 WOHK DONE TO ORDEK.
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
Oairo. - - IlliuoiH
(Jt W. WHEELER,
Summer Wood and Kindling
comtautly on nana
At Seventy-flve cents per load.
At ouo dollar per load.
Tho 'trlmmlng"ar coare iliavtnt! and make
thebvat atimmnr wood for cooklnit pnrpoa well
at the cheapen ever told In Cairo. Knr lilnrk
tulth uo In ettlng tlre, they art) unlled.
Leave your ordvra at thu Tenth lreut wnnd yard .