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OFFICE: Eighth tnd WMhington Avcnno,
RESIDENCE :-Corner Nlnotoenta and Wah
"y. . H. MAREA.N, M. D,
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
oaim iaa Commercial avonne. Rculdenco cornor
Fonrtcemu Bt. and Washington avenue. I airo,
yy r. SMira, m. d. .
Office and Residence :
Dental Surgeon.
Omns-No. 13B Commurclfll Avonno, between
Eighth and MnthStreuu
OFFICE ElRhth Street, nenr Commercial Avonne.
OFFICE No. 11S Commercial Avcnno.
Mutual Aid Society.
Corner of Seventh t. nnd Commercial Avenue,
OFFICE HOURS :-8 to 12 o'clock a.m., 1 to 6 and
7 to 8 p.m.
THOMAS LEWIS, Sccre.ary.
GENERAL DELIVER open :80 a.m.; closes
U:H0p.m.; Snnday:8to9 a.m. ...
Money Order Department open at 8 a. m.; closes
,lThromh ExpreM Malla via Illinois Central and
VtatlMlppl Coatral Railroads close at 12.30 p. m.
Cairo and Poplar Bluff Through and ay Mull
clofoi at 13:30 p.m. , , , ,
v tnii T luinnU Central. Cairo and Mn-
cennen and JllM'.wippl Central Railroads close at
Way Jlill tor Narrow Oango Railroad closes at 8
f- Tu.
Cairo atd EvansvlUe River Route closes at 8::
p. m. daliy (except Friday).
nusi ir.Birc. "TBA.'XS'rAnT
Mall 4:05 a.m. I Mall 8:10 a.m
Express 2:00 p.m. Eipros 8:00 p.ra
Moll 10:00 p.m. I Mall 4:45 a.m
Exprcps 5:10 p.m. I Express 8:45a. ra
Accomodation. 10:45 p.m. Accom'dntlon.l2:25p. m
Mall 5:90p.m. Mall 5:00a.m.
Texas express... 2 :40a.m. I Texas express. 2 :15p.m.
Accommodate.. 8:30 a.m.
Only Morniuff Daily in Southern Illinois.
SlQSAl OrviiB, I
Cairo, 111., June 3, 1W9. t
Time. Bar. Thur. Hum. Wind. Vel. Weather.
(1:40 a.m 3H.18
11:00 " 30.1(1
2.0!) p.m 3(U'J
3: t(l " .(
t Maximum Temperature. "4; Minimum Tem
perature, MS ; Rainfall, 0.01 Inch.
Serg't Signal Corps," U. S. A.
For Sale A good business house two
story brick, on Washington avenue, corner
of Tenth street. A desirable situation for
a grocery store. Apply to
Wm. Losekoan.
For Sale. Cottage and lot on Center
street. Premises in good conditiou.
M. J. Ilowixv, Agent.
of every description; screens, tables, chairs
wine and beer glasses, beer mugs.
sewing machines; cook stoves ;crndlcs; crib
child carriage; lamps; chimneys;
burners; safe; loungo; pic
tures; etc., etc.
Tom. Winter, Auctioneer.
A number of locals are deterred until
, tomorrow's issue.
Attention Is called to the auction sale
advertised for this morning, by Tom Winter,
The ghcriff has commenced distraining
property for personal taxes. Wo adviso ev
erybody to settle up this week and save
Judge Mulkey received the full vote of
his purty, in Cairo, on Monday; aud, won
derful to relate, the support of about twenty
five Republicans.
Step up to theVaptain's office Captain
Jack Hodges' ami pay your personal tuxes
if you want to save trouble and costs. This
is your last chance.
4 James Robinson the bare back rider
-with his great 23 cent Bhow will bo hero
week after nest. Thisis about as complete
I genuine circus as there is on iho road,
- with the very best ring performances.
v It was reported yesterday evening that
St Clftir county had given Judge Mulkey
a majority of nearly 2,000, his majority In
East St, Loul being over 000. The Judge's
majority la Clinton county U over 400.
There is hand car pehaps
number of thorn in oso on the Cairo and
Vinccnnc tailmud that Is constructed
omcwhnton the principle of velocipede.
In propelling it tho feet ai n-cU a the arms
are made to do service. It is a cumber
some thing, however, and raquires a great
deal of power to move it. It used, chief
ly, wo hear by telegraph repairers.
Rev. Mr. Bennett, Baptist minister at
Anna, ond Rev. Mr. Richardson, of Villa
Ridge, are in tho city,' sent here by tho mis
sion board, to try to revive the Baptist work
hero in Cairo. They will hold meetings
every evening this week, and next Sabbath
morning at Turner hall.
Dr. Iluggins, the celebrated . dentist
has arrived from the State of Tennessee, af
ter having completed a tour of the states.
He has a new process for extracting teeth,
causing no pain. Ho will remain in this
city a few weeks only. Teeth extracted
for poor people free of charge,
Tho funeral ceremonies over the body
of Rev. Dillon-Lee, deceased, in tho Church
of the Redeemer, yesterday morning, were
very solemn and impressive. The building
was draped in mourning, and the crowd
present furnished ample test imony of the high
esteem in which deceased had been held,
and how sincerely his death is mourned.
The Knights Templar, of which deccasod
was a member, were present in full uniform,
and with many friends, accompanied the
remains to the cemetery.
A dispatch recoived by Judge Baker,
late yesterday evening, says that Wabash
county (Green's home county.) gives Green
a majority of 213 votes, and Edwards a
majority of 480. Judge Mulkey's majori
ties as far as could bo learned up to ten
o'clock last night, were as follows: Frank-
in 270, Union 1135, St. Clair, 1C52, with
two precincts to hear from; Hamilton
county 300; Gallatin county 300; Monroe
B03; Jefferson about 400. Mr. Mulkey's
election by a majorityof from 3,000 to 5,000
may be put down as a certainty.
The Republican majority in Cairo, as
shown by the returns of Monday's election,
is about 05 votes. About three hundred and
fifty voters, at least three hundred of whom
are whites, remained away from the polls
Business men passed and re-passed the
polls in all the wards of the city, but were
so completely absorbed in their own aftairs,
and so utterly indifferent respecting public
affairs that they did n:t feel called upon to
step twenty or thirty feet out of their way,
to discharge what every right-thinking citi
zen esteems a sacred duty, bucli men arc
It is claimed by yellow fever augurers
that the weather of tho past week has op-
crated ns a set-back to the development of
germs, ctc. In New Orleans the Board of
Health is doing good work. It has perfect
ed arrangements by which the sewers of the
city are doused every morning with great
streams of fresh water, drawn from the
river by powerful steam pumps. The
streets arc swept daily by horse sweepers,
and tho rubbish gathered, is thrown into
boats and towed to a point several miles
below tho city, wltere it is thrown into the
river. A lime rc-cncrgizou wiiooping up
in Cairo would not come amiss, just now.
Mr. Wooten, what say you?
The Democracy have achieved another
glorious victory in Chicago. At tho Judi
cial election held there on Monday, Judge
Dickey for Supreme Judge, received 23,261
votes; Dent, Republican, received 14,472.
For Circuit Judges Rogers received 27,254 ;
McAllister 28,194; Barnum 22,018; Mornn
22,450; Tuley 21,120. All these men are
Democrats. The voto given the four Re
publican candidates is as follows: Booth,
14,828; Rosenthal 14,107; Buell 13,019;
Williams 12,550; Reed 10,730. The county
prccinct3 of Cook county will give the
Republican candidates a majority of about
2,000, leaving the Democratic majority
ranging from 7.000 to 10,000. Roth par
tics had a regularly nominated ticket in
the field, nnd it was a square party tight.
We spoke yesterday of the arrest of n
colored man named George IIopk!,is, un
der a charge of larceny. A colored wo
man made oath that George had stolen her
watch. George gives a very plausible ex
planation of the matter, and shows that
the prosecution is the suggestion of jeal
ousy and resentment. George says, so we
are told, that he had worn the watch some
time, with the colored woman's consent.
That quite recently he commenced paying
li is addresses to another sun-mnsked dam
sel, whereat damsel No. became, as George
alleges, furiously jealous, and demanded a
return of tho time-piece. George conclud
ing he would withhold the watch until No.
1 regained her equanimity of temper, refus
ed to hand it over. Wherefore the irate
and jealous damsel sued.
We were not a little diverted Monday
night, by the sayings and doings ot a group
of a half dozen colored men and women
who had gathered about tho building
where the negro man Newman was killed,
better known as the "auger hole." Contl-
dent that the bloody dead mini would re
turn and groan and rattle chains about
the building, tho inmates got out tho day
following the murder, and ever sinco then
the upper portion of the house
has , remained vacant. Tho
colored men, Monday night, were trying to
screw their courage to the point of cxplor
ing the room whereiu Newman was killed.
A colored woman declared that not twenty
minutes betore that time she had heard
the dead man "turn over and groan three
times.'' Finally one of tho men anked
woman in the crowd to blind-fold him
Then turning to another colored man lie
said, "I'm no coward; I'll go right up and
sit down in that room if you'll
go with mo." The party addressed
nmnmtlv resented tho idea that ho was a
coward, and demanded that tho other bo
blind-folded. He'd go with him, and stay
thero all night. And then the women tried
to dissuade tho daring follows, but all to
no purpose; they'd made up their minds to
go and go they would if they died
for it; and then arm in arm the two entered
tho passage. But right hero a dis
pute aroso as to who should ascend
tho stairs first. Tho blind-folded
man had made tho banter and t it was his
"right" to go first. "No it wasn't," and
"yes it was," passed and repassed a halt
dozen times; and but for the circumstance
that an alarmed cat dashed down tho stairs,
nnd caused tho unbandoged darkey to dash
headlong for the street, a fight would prob
ably have ensued right there, within plain
view of Newman's bloody ghost. Then
both.of the men declaring that they were
ready to stay all night in that' room any
time, separated, each disposed to tantalize
the other on the score of his cowardice.
That tho room is haunted by Newman's
ghost is religiously believed by half the
colored folks of the entire neighborhood.
We have scarcely returns enough to
speak confidently concerning the . result of
Monday's election in this Judicial circuit,
but it seems to us quito impossible that tho
2,400 majority received by Judge Brown
ing in Union and Franklin counties can be
We take it for granted, there
fore, that he is elected. Mr. Baker's elec
tion we also put down as a fixed fact. The
struggle for the third place is between
Harker and Crawford, with the chances, as
wo now look at it, in favor of Crawford.
Mr. Crawford will go out of Union with
1,200 majority. He has greatly reduced
the Republican majority in Massac, and
will receive a majority of nofless than 200
in Hardin. Unless Harker obtains an un
expected majority in Saline county, and
unforseen results are brought about in Wil
liamson and Jackson, Crawford will be
elected by a majority of 200 to 300 votes
This would be an equitable division of
spoils, and not an inapt one as regards the
needs of the people
The Republican vote on. Monday is
represented by the 008 votes given to Judge
Hurker. No Democrats voted for him, and,
he was entirely acceptable to tho Rcpubh
cans. Putting tho Republican vote at 0G8,
it is fair to assume that 050 Republicans
supported Judge Baker. A few colored
men who had tasted his justice and were
deservedly punished by him, voted against
him If then, 1i50 votes represents the
Republican support given to Mr. Baker, it
iollows that his total ot 918 votes was com
pleted by the support of 203 Democrats.
It becomes interesting, therefore, to know
from whom these 208 Democratic votes
were drawn. The Democratic vote, as
nearly as it can be ascertained, was 002.
Mr. Lansden received 500, which shows
that he was scratched by 30 Democrats.
After ten o'clock there was a strong fight
made against 3Ir. Lansden by two or three
influential Democrats, who argued, (but
incorrectly,) that the contest was between
Baker and Lansden. It is safe to assume,
therefore, that of the 30 Democrats
who scratched Mr. Lansden 30
of them substituted the name of
Mr. Baker. Sixty-five Democratic voters
scratched tho name of Judge Crawford, nnd
it is safe to say that sixty of these voters
substituted thp name of Judge Baker. The
name ofJudgc Browning was scratched 101
times, aud the name of Judge Baker sub
stituted as often, certainly, as 178 times.
We have, therefore the following show-
Maker received of Republican votes MO
" drew lom Browning. .? ITS
Crawford..... Ml
" " " Lati'iieu 30
Total vote for linker , ws
This, we think, is a fair showing of the
Democratic vote given to Mr. Baker. Tick
ets with Mr. Baker's name substituted for
Mr. Lansden's, were plentiful, and there
was, during the latter part ol tlie day, an
industrious effort made to get a largo mini
ber of them into the ballot box. But tor
Mr. Lansden's high standing as a citizen
and ns a lawyer tho number voted would
not have been limited to thirty, nor twice
thirty. But enough of details. From a
party point of view the result of the elec
tion will tell powerfully against the Dem
ocracy of Cuiro in th'. future. Our fellow
Democrats abroad, conceding to tho Caijo
Democracy two places on the ticket, they
md a right to look not only for unity and
harmony, but an enthusiasm that would
center on tho ticket every Democrat ic vote
n tho city. We'll "catch the devil;" and wo
confess that all tho weapons of defence
have been snatched from our hands.
Every mother in Iho hind should know
the value of Dr. Bull's Baby Syruu and
never be without it. It is free from opiates.
Price 25 cents a bottle.
I1.VPTIST CHUllCIl meeting Thero will
bo preaching by tho Baptist ministers in
Turner Hall at 8 p. m. this evening and
every evening this week. The public is
kindly invited to attend, and nil Baptists
J. M. Oilmore, Effingham; T. E. North,
Cnrbondale; W. T. Minnich, Villa Ridgo;
E. A. Moon, 15. U. Calkin, (. s(lylor,
W. F. Yost, St. Louis; J. B. Johnson, Lynn
Co., Ivy. i .Mrs. Mmrow, Cincinnati s P.
Murphy, Slmwneetown ; IL'iuy WyP. Pom
eroy, Ohio; J. D. Champio'cincinnati?
The council meetino' last night was pro
tractod until nearly midnight, and tho
reader will therefore excuso us if wo
omit detnils.
Tho bid of Albort 8mith to removo gar
bage during tho months of June, July and
August for $45 per month and
tho balance of tho season for $35 per month,
was accepted.
Petition of the Delta City fire company,
praying for tho appropriation of $100 to as
sist in building public cistern, was present
ed by Alderman Halliday who moved that
tho prayer of tho petition bo allowed,
and that cistern bo built under the direc
tion of the street committee. Agreed to,
Tho city treasurer reported n balanco in
tho treasury of $12,005.05
The petition of sundry property holders
asking tho reconstruction of sidewalks on
the easterly side of Commercial avenue, be
tween Sixth nnd Eighth streets, was retcr
rcd to the committee on streets.
The advance agent of Robinson's circus
asked that inasmuch ns the price of admis
sion to h's circus was only 25 cents, and as
the champion rider of tho world was con
nected with it, that the price of license be
reduced from $50 to $25. Tabled,
Petition asl 'ng council to declare Baum
gard rookery a nuisanco was referred to
city Marshal, to examine premises and re
port. The ordinance prohibit'ngtho rnning nt
large of horses, cattle or boar hogs south of
Thirty-fourth in tho platted portion of the
city, was passed by a vote of 8 to 1.
Tho salary bill with the exception of
amounts due Sheehan and Taylor was
passed. Consideration of excepted items
deferred until next meeting.
Bills for recoastruct'ng sidewalks, to the
amount of $2,100 were presented pnd refer
red to the committee on claims.
The committee on streets was directed to
perform certain work nt Cache bridge and
to advertise for 1,800 to 2,000 'yards of fill
ing at tho approaches.
The official bonds of W. B. Gilbert, F.S.
Smith, J. C. Lallue, J. P. Hogim, W. W.
Wooton and W. F. Schuckcrs were pre
sented and approved.
And now at this juncture commenced
"the circus." The Mayor assigned his
reasons for removing po'icemen Wilson nnd
Olmstead, nnd jailor Mahoney, which were,
in brief, that the officers named were not
in harmony with his administration, and
that the term of their appointment by the
fonneradministration,had virtually expired.
Whereupon Alderman Patier moved the
adoption of the following resolution:
Resolved, That the Mayor's communica
tion be referred to a special committee of
three, to consist of O'Cn'lahan, Linegar and
Smith' who 6hall consider of
the same nnd report at next
meeting. The Mayor addressing the
Aldermen remarked that he thought his
resolution out of order. Before a vote was
taken upon Mr. Patier's resolution, Alder
man Halliday moved, ps an amendment,
that the action of the Mayor
in rcmo!ng the officers named
be not approved. Upon this motion
the vote stood 5 ayes and 4 noes, W here
upon the Mayor decided that "two-thirds of
the counci'men elect having fu'led to dis
approve h's acl;ou, the same stood approv
ed." Mr. Linegar ins'sted that the vote was
simply to deternvno if the amendment
should become a part ot tho original mo
tion, aud that tho voto upon the action
of the Mayor had not been reached. Mr.
Halliday argued that his motion operated
as a substitute for Mr. Patier,inotiou, ond
being ot a higher privilege, the vote upon
it was an expression ot the council upon the
Mayor's action. And then there was
firing and cross firing, and the result was
that no further action on the Mayor's com
munication was had during the evening.
There were sharp passages, one or two of
which wen; sibly spiced with i'l humor.
The Mayor then pnnounced that he would
place in nomination for the position ot
city jailor, the name of Daniel McCnrthy,
and the voto upon confirmation stood : ayes
3, nays 0. There was an attempt at ap
plause among the spectators when the re
sult was announced, but it was promptly
quelled. .
Tho Mayor then nominated for the same
position, Michael E. Powers, Rejected;
ayes 4 nays 5. The name of John Sullivan
was submitted. Rejected; nyes 4
naycB 5. Warren Wima was nom
inated. Rejected ayes 3, nays 0. John
Tyler was then nominated, and he too was
rejected by a vote of 4 to 5. The two last
named are colored men.
The Mayor then announced that he had
no further nominations to make, and the
council adjourned.
A great failure in business i often less
lamentable than a failure in health. Dr.
Bull's Baltimore pills preserves tho health.
Price 25 cents.
Ice, Ice Wholesale and Retail in
largo or small quantities. Wagons will
ruu daily to all parts of the city, delivering
puro Lake Ice in such quantities as cus
tomers may desire. Leave orders at my
residence on Seventeenth near Commercial;
at Sargennts, on Eighth street, or address
mo through the post-offko.
FM. Warp.
I am prepared to furnish ice wholesale
or retail all through tho season. Office,
Eighth street, between Commercial and
Washington avenues, next door to Bristol
grocery store. Jacoii Ki.i:k.
Try The Druggist's Sundries
The most pleasing smoke for the money ever offered to the
Lovers of the weed who appreciate a fine aromatic smoke
will do well to try
Strictly hand-made of the choicest selection of Havana Tobacco and superior in qual
ity to two-thirds of tho Cigars imported to this country.
The most fastidious taste of tho merits of this Cigar.
The above brands are especially adopted to fine trade, and no dealer should be
without them. '.
Call and examine and be convinced. H. MEYERS.
The election returns received in detail,
yesterday, give no indication of the final re
sult. Unauthenticated reports secuie'd to
indicate the election of Judge Mulkey by a
majority of 4,000 or 5.000 votes. Reports
current at 5 o'clock placed the majority for
the Democratic ticket in Union county at
over 1,100 votes, Judge Baker running 100
or more ahead of his ticket.
Mounds Junction gave the Republican
ticket 67 majority.
Ullin gave the Democratic ticket 13 ma
jority. In Harrisburg, Saline county, Mulkey re
ceived 74 votes, Green 215; Baker 240,
Harker 200, McCartney 190, Crawford 1)0,
Browning 72, Lansden 52.
Franklin couuty, with two precints to
hear from, gives Judge Mulkey 379 major
ity; Baker received 70!) votes, Harker 578,
McCartney 333, Browning 1.425 Crawford
447, Lansden 473.
Metropolis, Massac county, gave Green
3S1, Mulkey 323; Browning 244. Crawford
303, Lansden 213; Baker 421, Harker 384;
McCartney 492.
The returns from the country precints of
Alexander county tire meager. Baker's
majority in the county will probably reach
500. In Thebes Baker received 51, Harker
44 and McCartney 43: Crawford 10, Lans
den 12 and Browning 10.
In Beech Ridge precinct the Republican
candidates received C2 votes and the Dem
ocratic candidates 7 votes each.
Hodges I'.irk gjive Mulkey 52 and Green
41. Baker received C3 votes, Harker 41
and McCartney 40. Crawford received 51 ;
Lansden 52 and Browning 30.
Later and complete returns from Frank
lin county show the following result: Mul
key's majority over Grei u 270. Baker re
ceived 909 votes, Harker 898, McCartney
330, Browning 1,70(1, Lansden 559, Craw
ford 500. Browning's majority over McCart
ney in Franklin and Union is swelled by
these returns to over 2,500 votes, which in
dicates his election by at least 1,000 major
ity. But a more unfavorable aspect I .t
upon the contest between Harker and Craw
ford, by these later returns. Unless Craw
ford receives as many votes in rope ond
Saline as are given to Harker, (which we
confess is not likely) Mr. Harker will be
The returns from Pulaski county ore scat
tering; but indicate a Republican majority
of about 300. In Mound City Green re
ceived 184 votes and Mulkey 114. Craw
ford 113, Lansden 110, Browning 09.
Baker 205, McCartney 181, Harker 1S7.
Pulaski precinct gave the Republican cai -didates
an average majority f.f 20. Grand
Chain a Republican majority of 40, and
Caledonia about 40, Mr. Baker miming n
little ahead of his ticket and McCartney
Johnson county gives the Republican
ticket a majority of about 350 votes, viz :
Green 945, Mulkey 027. McCartney 020,
Harker 1021, Baker 1000, Crawford 0-10,
Lansden 578, Browning 044,
For the following additional returns we
are indebted to Judge Harker:
Saline county: Green 727, Mulkey 080.
Harker 729, Baker 794, McCartney 595;
Crawford 770, drowning 719, Lansden 590.
Williamson county: Green 1214, Mulkey
1041. Harker 1253, Baker 1280, McCart
ney 1102, Crawford 1019. Browning 1102,
Lansden 970.
The death hate ok our country is get
ting tearfully alarming, the average of life
being lessened every year, without any rea
sonable cause, the death resulting generally
from the most liisignigcaut origin, At this
seiwon of the year especially, a cold is stieh
a common thing that in the hurry of every
day life we are apt to werlook tho dangers
attending it and often Hud too ruto, that,
Fever and Lung trouble has idi''? HCt ln'
Thousands loose their lives i wnJ'
every winter, while had Boslu'e' German
Syrup been taken a cure would have result-
ed, and a lnrgc billot a doctor been avoided.
For all diseases of the throat and lungs.
Boschee's German Syrup has proven itseli
to be the greatest discovery of its kind in
medicine. Every druggist in the country
will tell you of its wonderful effect. Over
950,000 bottles sold last year without a
single tailure known.
These springs will be opened June 10th
under the management of the new proprie
tors, who would tespectfully announce that
they have been thoroughly repaired. Over
thirty new cottages nnd new, large and
capacious dining rooms have lecn built,
furnished entirely with new furniture, ne w
boding, spring mattresses, etc. The springs
are situated in a high and healthy locality,
surrounded by magnificent scenery; and
their medical qualities, not excelled by any,
arc too weir known to need any comment.
They are supplied with an abundance of
ice, refreshments and amusements usually
found at summer resorts. The best of fare
and strictest attention to the comfort ot
guests is guranteed all for the small sum
of $8 per week. Speeial rates to families.
J. R. Bkow.n & Co., Proprietors.
May 25th, 1879.
Situ Fretted. Tinkering u diseased
liver and disordered kidneys, with harsh or
stimulating drugs, is like lretting a sick
animal with spur. . These things do not
cure. In Kidney-Wort is found a perfect
medicine, gentle but sure in its working.
Tex Cents Woiith. If you want n neat
smooth shave for ten cents, or a fashionable
hair cut for 25 cents, or anything else in
tho tonsorial line, remember the place to
go to is Henry Schick's, No, 142 CVninfer
cial avenue.
John J. Stklzek has removed his stock
to Eighth street in the store lately va
cated by II. Houpt. He has a large stock
of jewelry ot ul! kinds, watches, clocks, etc.
His silvcrplated ware is unsurpassed and he
sells, down, down, way below anything e ver
yet offered in this market. His watches
and clocks are also down to the smallest
margin. He is a lirst-class jeweler and
works surprisingly cheap, repairing time
pieces and jewelry, and always guarantees
his work. Try lim.
A iMiln-lwr Inipiry, flude cent, without top. Apply
nt the Hulk'tln counting rouin.
Room and Board, $3.00 and 4.00 per Day
liuth-reomp and I'nrlort extra.
All Modern Improvement
GILMOUR & SONS, Proprietors.
2s'ow, Font innl KlKiint PiiMOiiy;cr
Will foil ltonnd Trip Ticket from C'nlro, Mutrop-
oik l'udticnli nnd Hnmliluud, tu Cincinnati mid ru-
turu, i!ood durliiK mu uiuhwik oi miiy una .iiiiio.
inii'liiilliiir ntnloroom 111 port) or Ten Do nrxl
Clueliiuatl offiini more nttriietloiw to vlnltor tlionu
lun monllil lllHIl llltrllllt 111 1 OllllTH l)f HlU VCIir.
Ami wlrhluu lo fnvor uxctirxionlHtH, 1 tnnlcu tlilx
lllicriil reduction to nny wlclilni; to miika tliu round
trlu. Tlio Kortli American Bn'iiucrfcit comniuiicM
Jiiuolttn: lxMtor Wnllnck. thu Urunt Trimudiini !
Maduin Auduritou, tliu t'lmmplou Walker; mill
Haul Uovtoti, tho wurld-runowuud Swimmer, will
bo thoro.
I )Tlio Anlmiil In tlm Zoological (Inrdun will lie
In their aiininiiir qnartera. Bhtlllto'i grout Dry
(looda I'hIiico (iho Diminir of American Fuahtoiin)
will liavo aprliiu nnd mimmor opniiii:a until
.hinotrith. Ami Willi tho "lllll-top Hoaorta," Iri'o
to all, thu "Hnrls ol America" will bo aoou when
moat attractive.
A pood lime la proiulncd. Invito your frlonda,
nnd Join ua In a trip.
Leave Cairo, p. m., Friday May 0th. Monday
MayiW. I'rldny, Jnnotn. Monday, Juno 80. Fri
day, July is. Your, HoM'ootrtilly.
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