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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER U. 179
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JI. MARF.AN, M; D.,
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Homeopathic I'hyslcjan and Surg-eon.
nmr no rnmmerctal avcnn. Roaldence corner
Koorti-ntjLHt. and Washington avrniw, Cairo,
JjR. K. W, WHITLOCK,
;-nmXn. Ins Commercial Avenue, between
glchihand Ninth Street
J)R. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICE Eighth Street, neitf Commercial Arcnue
Xotary Public and Conveyancer.
OFFICE: With the Widows' and Oorpnana' Mil
nil Aid Society.
JVSEQXR & LANS DEN,
OFFICE-No. 1H Commercial Avenue.
METROPOLIS AND PADUCAII.
The Elegant Sldewlieel Fiuseucer Steamer
Leaven (.'uiro every afternoon at 3 o'clock, for
Paducab, Metropolia and wav laudine. For
freight or pacae apply to SOL. A. SILVER,
(JAIRO CIT FERRY CO.
On and aftQMonday, June 16, the boat will make
vne ioiiowiuk trips;
Foot Fourth at
r ' .
7 I. m.
M a. m.
II a. m.
2 p. m.
Mimourl Land'g. Kentucky Ld'g
1:-V) a. m.
9::) a. m.
11:) a. m.
9:30 a. m.
:) p. m.
5:30 p. m.
10 a. m.
4 p. in.
XKW ADVERTISEMENTS MISCELLANEOUS.
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES,
Alao Mannfacturer or and D ..-alfr In
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARE.
JAU. KIND OF JOB WORK BOK I TO ORDJ RTj
XO. 27, EIGHTH STREET,
CAIRO, ; : r i
76 OHIO LEVEE.
No dirt or dnrt br measure being exposed to air.
Milk delivered twice a day,
SEALED IN PINT BOTTLES.
Try It and see for yoare!vo.
30 PINT TICKETS ONE DOLLAR!
Caah on delivery of ticket.
CAIRO. - . - ILLINOIS.
G I). WILLIAMSON,
7G Ohio Levee.
Boat Stores and Groceries,
Of all kind.
OPK.V ZVIGHIT -VNIJ DAY.
Frcnh Dairy and fillt Edge Butter. Oyatera and all
kind of fruit when in aeiiiMin, ou baud ami deliv
ered promptly at residence free. Odours delivered
J. T. WARREN & CO.
Gift 66 W. Second St.
Foreign and Domcuc rlrtod and canned Fruit and
Vegetable. Cauncd.drledand aalt Flak.' Pick
let, Sauce, Oil and Condlmenta. Soup
aluffa, Baking Powder, ground and
whole Splcca. Toilet and Laundry
Soap. Seed,'JeIllc, I'reaarve
Fancy Uroccrlea and Cro
Stock unparalleled lu the West.
8KNDF0R OCR "GROCERS' MANUEL.
THE DAUiY BULLETIN.
ENTERED AT TUB POST OFFICE IS CAIUO, It
OFFICIAL PAPER OP ALEXANDER COCNTY,
Only Morniiiar Daily In Southern Illinois
IN AND AROUND THE CITY.
Squire Robinson returned homo yes
Twin daughters were born unto Mr.
ami Mrs. U. Lehrhton, Sunday morning,
which fact is a double cause for congratu
We often hear people say. there is only
one good cough medicine aud that is Dr.
Bull's Cough Syrup, it is cheap too, only
25 cents per bottle.
The city lathers congregato again this
evening. I lie allowance ot claims against
the city will coustitute the bulk of the
Mary, daughter of couuty commissioner
Martin V. Brown, died at her home in
'hebes, on Friday last, of typhiod malarial
fever. We are in possession of no further
The iron cradles for the, Illinois Cen
tral incline having arrived on Saturda', a
large force of men was engaged Sunday
morning, at the work of putting them in
The C. and V., like the I. C. is send
ing out a regular train of cotton every dav,
Land extra trains throe or four times a week.
Both roads have all the business they can
With the great 7 show; the Alice
Oates comic opera company, and the Thea
ter Comique, all here together on Saturday
next, there will certainly be no lack of
amusement for our people.
Yesterday evening the employes of The
Bcllehn office were paid off in bright,
clinking new gold coins an occurrence
without precedent in the history of The
Bi i.letin. or, perhaps, in the history of any
other business establishment in the city,
' The regular montLly sociable of the
K. M. K. C, called out an unusual attend
ance, last night, and the dance and rounds
of pleasure went on right merrily, until the
small hours of the morning. It was an oc
casion of rare enjoyment throughout.
The stock yard at the corner of Nine
teenth and Washington has been converted
into a hog pen. The neighbors complain
of noxious emanations, etc., and not without
cause, probably. It is certainly not the
place to corral any kind of stock.
There is, at tin's time, an unusual num
ber of suspicious characters in the cirv: and
some of them are plying thetr trade. Some
ime during Sunday eight Nat Prouty's
house was burglarized, and the villain suc
ceeded in getting away with eighty dollars
cash and a fine gold watch. No clue to
the villain, has been obtained.
All babies are diminutive Ciesars, since
they come they see, they conquer, some
times by the'r gentle stillness but oftener
by continued uproarious crying induced by
Colic, Teething, Flatulency, etc. Dr Bull's
Baby Syrup by its gentle yet specific in
fluency-.lets the little ones without ever
producing the least injurious effect. Price
Squire Comings was full handed with
business, yesterday. Patsy Robinson, Mag
Williams and Peter Hughes failed to ex
plain away a charge of disorderly conduct,
and were fined "i and costs, each. A Bul
letin neighbor was arrested for an alleged
violation of a State law, and was discharged.
Subsequently he was arrested for an alleged
violation of a city ordinance, and was dis
charged again. Ho wa3 then "let alone."
Tiie Loui3e Pomeroy Dramatic com
pany, greatly enlarged and improved will
arrive in Cairo on Monday next, and will
remain two nights ouly. No dramatic
company that makes Cairo a point in its
roun.is stands higher, in the favor of our
people than the Pomeroy troupe, and we
feel tint we may safely say that it will win
fresh laurels at our hands during its short
stay next week. It comes to conquer aJ
miration and applause, and both will be
Two "...us, as we are wont to call the
boys, were before Squire Comings, yester
day, to answer a charge of disorderly 'con-
duct. It was charged ami proved against
them that they had thrown brick bats and
other msssils through a neighbor' window
and demeaned themselves in a manner
once ruffianly and criminal. The Squin
could nothing less than tine them f? nm
costs, each. We withhold their names, be
cause we have no desire to add to the
shame and mortillcation they have brought
upon their parents. Another time we may
prove less considerate.
A correspondent tells us that "Argo
sa's" statement that tha expenditures of the
uoardot Health during the month of Sep.
tombcr amounted to 2,200, was erroneous
that the comptroller's report showed that
the expenditures of tho year, up to Sept
30th, had been 3,200-tlio expenditures
of September, alone, fallinff short of 200.
"Argosa" stated that he obta Ined h Is 1 n forma
tion lrom Iitu Ih'lttctiv. Tint Bt'i.i.miv
obtained its information from the ('omp-
troller's rnnnrK'wIileti nmf iaiifl tit 1 I... I
expenditures for tho month ending Hep.
wmu'irsotu. Wo mipposnl at the fim
nowever, that tiio 13.200 was ininfv tim
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Vr. Jacob Klniu. oi tins City, has sa
cured tho right to manuflcturo and sell in
tho three lower counties of Illinois, Uicli
ardson's artificial stone, and carbonized
stona sewer nine. While this stono mav be
adapted to all uses where tho real stone can
1)0 employed, it promises to become espec
ially useful in Southeri Illinois lathe man
ufacture of sewer pipe. . Neither heat nor
cold, moisture nor drouth lias any visible
effect upon it.,, It becomes as hard as gran
ite and is simply everlasting. Of course
the pipe can bo mado of any size desired, a
12 inch pipe, with a fall of 4 Inches to the
100 feet having a discharging capacity of
800 gallons per minute. It can be usei
wherever iron or clay pipo may be used,
and its superiority suggests itself.
Sir. Klein will have a machine
or mould for tho manufac
ture of the pipo, in working order in a
short time, and will soon bo in a condition
to supply demands, when he will tell the
readers of Tiie Bulletin something fur
ther and more definite about the carbon
ized stona sewer pipe.
For some time, in fact for a long time,
it uas Deen unsafe lor either citizen or
stranger to pass along Commercial near
i uth street, at any hour of the night, rafter
10 o'clock. More men have been garrotted.
knocked down and robbed, or been robbed
without being knocked down, in that vicin
ity, than in all the balance of tho city.
George Stadler was passiug along there,
about 11 o'clock, a few nights ago, nnd see
ing a crowd of eight or ten negroes on the
sidewalk, had no thought of being molested
in the presence of so many person; but the
moment he entered tho crowd one negro
seized him by the shoulders while another
negro rifled his pockets, George had $4.")l)
in bis pockets; but the robber did
his work so clumsily that he found
only ilSO. Obtaining this booty, the ras
cals started George out of the crowd with a
violent push, admonishing him that if he
looked back he'd get his head knocked off.
This is certainly quite a ''rough deal" for
an old citizen to be subjected to, on the
open streets of the city but who can help
it and how? As long as that part of the
city is made the rendezvous of gamblers,
ruffians, bawds and dead-beats, such things
are bound to occur, and to occur frequently.
The name of Miles W. Parker is used
elsewhere, 'in connection with a candidacy
for the office of County Treasurer. He is a
man who will be warmly supported, forsev
eral reasons, lie is a man of excellent
common sense aud ripe judgment. He was
bom and raised almost in sight of Cairo,
:in.i is therefore well acquainted with the
property of the city and county, and can
nn just and intelligent estimates of its
vaiUc. He is honest and inro-imtihlo nn.l
will prove as true to tho line of duty as the
needle to the Dole, lie is a noor nmn tn
whom the emoluments of the office, though
:na!l, will prove a most welcome and
grateful help; and finally, he is a deserving,
generous hearted fellow, in every way
worthy of the position he seeks. It is our
opinion that, should Parker be elected, no
man will ever have occasion to feel anv
self-reprobation because he helped to elect
-We have, in Cairo, dozens aud scores
of boys, both white and black, who indulge
in a species of malicious mischief that is
more or less exasperating to the public, and
especially so to the parties directly con-
cerned. We refer to the destruction and
letacemcnt of posters and public notices.
It matters nothing to these abandoned
boys how costly or attractive the posters
may be, or for what purpose they are
posted. Their destruction anil the oppor
tunity to destroy invariably go baud in
hand. Conspicuous evidence of this kind
of vandalism may be seen on the circus bu.
letia board on the west side of Washington
avanue, above the court house. The agent
of Batchellero: Doris' circus caused the
erection of a bulletin board, there, about
200 fc.'t long and 10 feet high. This vat
surface lie covered with beautiful nnd cost
ly Illustrated circus posters, the whole thing
involving an outlay of nearly one 111111
dred dollars. These posters had not he n
in place twenty-four hours before they
were shamefully dctacel,itnd now, six day
in advance of the coining of the circus
nearly or quite one-third of the entiro hub
letia board is naked; mid the whole thin"
Is so marred and defaced as to bo valueless
as an advertisement. It was through no
desire to secure the "pictures" that the
board was robbed, for the whole mass ot
paper torn off, lies in fragments under foot,
where the vcudal hands dropped it, But a
like fate seems to uwnit every kind of no.
tice that is put out to arrest public attention
The society or Individual that puts out a
hundred posters at night, h singularly for
tunate if as many as titty can be foinij tlic
next morning. No mutter how large. ,r how
smatl the posters may he, they are
doomed to destruction before thev serve
their Intended uses. Now, in jh. Imme
of that large and respectable element f our
population that uses printer's ink in furtlicr
auce of its business or social alms, we de
mand to know if such devilment is to Lm
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on indefinitely, without meeting check or
punishment? Tho law provides adequate
penalties, una it Hiiouiu do enforced. The
unw nn,l 1
would furnish a better tfiinruntee 1'Zl
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hi mrc miHcnici 01 tun Kim than
dred tinned watchmen could, T,,,t ;t 0
""""Hi im iia iiiiii, inn a
no known, then, that boys who mvn .
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to go to tin calaboose if caught j (,t
of destroying publio notices, and wo'H have
an eno 01 that species of malicious devil-
mcnt, rigutotr. . . . ,
THE GREAT RAILROAD simw
Our citizens had the pleasure of seeing
tho largest and best display of animals and
ring performances ever soon In Camden.
t'amaen, N. J., Weekly Press.
The largo attendance in tho evening may
uu uiinouteu to 1110 very excellent perform-
biiv-vs given in 111c auernoon. Harris
uurg, i'a., Daily Telegraph
We noticed an entire absenco of all that
species bf petty gambling and .giving of
snort change that usually accompauies
tented exhibitions. J Troy, N. Y. Evening
In speaking of Batcheller & Doris' Big
Show we can but add our words of nraise
to the very many others from all parts of
tho country, it certaiuly performed all that
was promised in the most creditable
manner. Binghamton, N. Y., Daily Dem
TIIE SOCIAL EVENT OF TIIE SEASOX.
SIAltKIAOE OK MH. I.OUIS UOSE.NWATEH, OK
MORKELTON, AUK., AND MISS 8AKAII 1ILACK,
OK CAlllO, ILLINOIS A BRILLIANT OCCA
SION; l'HESENTS AND CONGllATl'LATIONS.
Tho marriage of Mr. Louis Bosenwater
and Miss Sarah Black has been celebrated,
ana is now a thing of pleasant memorv.
Not less than three hundred invited guests,
many ot them trom abroad, assembled in
Odd Fellows' hall, Sunday uvening, and
as early as , o'clock were in constant ex
pectatiou of the entrance of the expectant
bride and groom and attendants. At 7:13
me party arrived : Mr. A. Black, with his
daughter, the bride; Mr. Louis Bosenwater,
the bridegroom with Mrs. A. Black, Mr.
Harmon II. Black with Miss Hattie Soi"l
man, and Mr. and Mrs. David Black, sup
ports, constituted the bridal party.
Ihe.iride wore the regulation veil ami
orange flowers. The dress Was an i.leirniittv
nttmg and exceedingly handsome lilac
gros-firained silk, tastefully trimmed with
Tlie party was at once assigned position.
Mr. Charles W. Frank, meanwhile, presid
ing it theoriran.
Hie marriage ceremony was then
performed by the Rev. Mr. Taubcr-
hose, Habbi, from Taducah, Ky.,
afUT the forms of the Jew-
isli church. The ceremonies were con
ducted in Hebrew, with PVIllnnutinna ii,
English that gave everybody present a full
understanding of their import. It was alike
impressive and beautiful.
While appropriate music was discoursed.
the newly married couple with their attend-
ants now retired to the residence of Mr.
and Mrs. A. Black, where, until ') o'clock
they received their friend. The congrat
ulations showered upon them were alike
numerous nnd hearty. During the evening
the following congratulatory, telegrams
were received from friends abroad who were
denied the privilege of attending in person:
Little Hock, Oct. 12, S o'clock p. in.
Mr. and Mr. I.ouia Roaenwater:
May your future paths be as bright as on
this eve of your union, and may you ever
remain strangers to all sorrows. May the
blessings of health and prosperity ever at
tend you, and the most of your troubles be
'little ones." These are the sincere wishes
of your fiiend, IIkkmanx Lew.
Moiiley, Mo., Oct. 12.
Mr. L. KiiMeiint,.r:
Impossible lor me to attend; but accept
my hearty congratulations and good wishes.
Cleveland, O., Oct. 12.
7:4 p. m.
Mr. anil Mr. L. Itopenwatrr:
Accept the sincere congratulations nnd
best wishes of your friend,
.Little Hock. Oct. 12
jir. ami .ir. i.oiiu koh.-n h iiti-r :
May your life be one of perpetual sun
shine, and your young hearts never know n
moment's sorrow; and if you have any
troubles may they be "little ones."
Omaha, Neb., Oct. 12, H o'clock, p. 111.
L. and S. Rosunwater:
I am happy to congratulate you. May
your unii be u long and happy one.
M. A. Daly.
Little Rock, Ark., Oct. 12.
Mr. 11ml Mm. Loiiia llununwantr.
Hearty congratulations. May your fu
ture be 0110 long dream of bliss and tiual
loyud happiness. Licw Fiiank.
At many as fifty or sixty specially invited
friends attended the reception, ami partook
of the cltpnt repast. Four tables were
spread, and from the center of each arose a
magnificent pyramid of flowers that reached
to the i handaliers, suspended above. Tb"ru
wa.sa wealth of luxuries, including tropical
fruits, lino wines, etc., besides the more sub
stantial, but scarcely less toothsome edibles
of more northern production. At half-past
0, the guests were bidden to the feast; and
tho toasts mid speeches that followed ndded
not a little to zet and good feeling of the
Among other friends present from
abroad were, Mrs. Joseph Blum, of
Pnducah; Mr. . and Mrs. ' S. Bfic.h,
Mound, Clly.5 Oscar Bo .lack,
Benton, Ark. 1 A. W. GrosH, 'Morrcl
ton, A.rk.;and Dornard Harris, Littlo Rock.
Loiters, apologetic and congratulatory, wore
waived lu great number". ' ; v.'
''. "if, 1 - :
And something moro substantial than
congratulations was bestowed uponjhq hap
py pair, as tho ' following1 list: of trido
presents will sufficiently attest. Tho piys
ents consisted or: , .
1 Solid silver and gold Soup ladlo, in case,
from Messrs. Sailer, Uowin & Co,, Philadel
1 Set solid silver Napkin Rings, in case
from JJmantiol Loroinan, New York.
.: 1 Set solid silver Salt Cell !ira 5n rntn
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from Mr. and Mrs. J. L Newman, Chatta
, 1 Set solid silver Dessert Spoons, in
case, trom Messrs. Rothschild, and Stine,
1 Silver Caster and Toilet Set, from A.
W. Gross, Morrelton, Ark. .
I Lard Keceiver and Cake Basket.
unjeiuca ware;, lrom Mr. and Mrs. E.
Semons, Omaha, Neb.
1 Frying Pan, from Miss Rosa Glad
stone, Omaha, Neb.
1 Silver Card Receiver, from tho Misses
Eva, Rosa nnd Addio Gladstone, Omaha,
1 Set Silver Napkin Rings, from Max.
and ictor Gladstone, Omaha, Nub.
lMlver Tickle Caster,. from B. Harris,
Little Rock, Ark.
I Set Lace Shams and Bedspread, from
Mr. aud Mrs. J. A. Seigleman and family,
1 Set Silver Napkin Rings, from Mr. and
.Mrs. fe. o. Hosen water, Charleston.
1 Silver Pickle Caster, from Mr. and Mrs
b.Back, Mound. City.
1 Dinner set. Porcelain ware, from Mr
and Sirs. Sol Bosenwater, Charleston.
1 Silver Cake Stand, from .Misses Bosa
and Ada Rosensteiii, Charleston.
Bronze Clock from Messrs. Tabor Bros
1 set Gold Napkin Rings, in case, from
ben. J. hoseiiwateraiid Seleg Mann.
1 Silver Butter Knife, Sugar Spoon and
IV Kirk, in case, from Mrs. nnd Miss lisv
1 Miver 1 ureen, lrom Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
ioldstine and family, Cairo.
i Silver Cake Stand, from Mr. and Mrs.
1 Silver and Gold Card Receiver from
Mrs. F. Vincent nnd daughters.
1 Silver and Cutglass Wine Caster and
Toilet Set, from Mr. and Mrs. H. Mvers
ami Mr. and Mrs. A. Marx.
Spoon Holder, from Joseph
1 Silver Butter Dish from Miss Katie
1 Set Porcclean Vasjs, from Mr. and Mrs.
1 Silver Waiter, from Eva R .s 'nwater.
1 Silver Spoon Holder, from Cha. W
1 Silver Water Pitches, from Max Hyman
and K.S. Haas.
1 Pair Silver Napkin R:ngs, from Louis
1 Set Bed Room Furniture aad Carpet.
from Mr. and Mrs. S. Rwetiwator.
1 Set Lace Curtains, from Mr. and Mrs.
1 Silver Syrup Pitcher with stand, from
1 Set Solid Silver Tea Spoons, Sugar
spoon and Butter Knife, in case, and 1 set
solid silver knives, and folks in case, from
Max and Willie Black.
1 Set Silverware Coffee I'm. Water Set.
Butter Dish, Cream Pitcher, and Sugar
Bowl, from David and Harmon II . Black.
1 Set Gold and Cral jewelry, from
To this large list may be added the many
handsome and valuable presents received
from Arkansas friends, which being sent
direct to the future home of the ncwlr
married, a descriptive list was not obtaina
To-day Mr. and Mrs. Bosenwater will
eave for their home in Morrelton, Arkan
sas. To the heart v irood wishes rliat t,,ll,.
them, and that may attend them in the
hereafter, we desire, now and here, to add
the good wishes of The Bcli.etix.
HAITI MORE OYMERM
J list received and kept constantly on hand.
Fault's celebrated Diamond Brand, nr Srt
Ohio Levee, next to Planters' House.
Oysters served at all hours, day or night.
The regulation size (4 feet) target will be
set at Locust grove this afternoon, nt i
o'clock, for the use of members of the "Cen
tral Archery Club,' who desire to practice
ut long range shooting. Ladies at 40 yards
mid gentlemen at 100 yards. It would b(P
a good plan for all who can to attend nnd
try their bows this is providing the
weather is favorable. The club will meet
in the evening at 7.0 o'clock at the office
of Geo. S. Fisher, in the custom house, for
transaction of special business. Members
are nil requested to be present.
Tiios. Moiuian, President.
The. fashionable boot and lwm .mi
takes pleasure in announcing to his old na
trons and to the public, generally, that he
can still be found at his shop in the Atbe-
neuni building, where he is prepared to
make to order, boots or shoes of the latest
style from the best material and of the
finest workmanship. As ho uses tiothbicr
but A No. 1 Mock, all of his work will be
warranted 11s represented, or no sale.
Geo. O'Haua has lust received n n
invoice of Forbes' Pads. No. 1 is a sure
cure for fevers, jaundice, chills etc. N,v 9
cures kidney diseases of all kinds. Price
only oii'j dollar.
C'uiv.v Jackson' Beat Sweet Navv To.
crrvt'tat arftir tta 1 1
Beautiful Baa Burner, tho Awand and
Garland; for beauty and excellence they are
unsurpassed. Also tho famous Chartr
Oak coo stove, and all kinds of coal or l
Heating and cook stoves, tiio largest
stock ever brought to this market at
C. W. Henderson's,
Commercial aV-nue, corner Twelfth St.
Anti-Bellim PmcEs-At the barber
shop of J.Geo. Steinhouse, Eighth street,'
near Alexander County Bank. Customers
will find a clean, cool shop, easy chairs, all
the lato papers, clean towds, keen razors,
accommodating, skilled workmen, and sat
isfactory woik. Prices: Shaving. 10
cents; Hair-cut, 25 cents; Shampooing,
23 cents. Giv? him a call. 1
A LI. ADVERTISEMENTS in tbla column, of J
J m tl u Hiij.u i.aIi xa I..... .11 . - .
-- ..,..,,..,,., ,,.,,,, ue puuinttert furiiS
centa everr lunerllon; 1 month, 1.50; 3 moulha with
put cbanue, tl.OO per month. Each additional
Cottage UxU, aound timbera. eauy to more, $
ant the lot vnrali.il fnnni.. t... i '
otcu, ' uw. in ;J
kA YOU RENT. X
A dwelling. Ore room and kitchen Twentieth 1
atruvt. near court hotnt.. Enquire at II. Menim 1
l iur MTonit. '
Kim SAH-Sejurately or to.tb.:r, a at of alnizlo i'
haniea, a new, buwy etiahlun and hug.v whip
Apply at Bulletin Muderv. Juu E Ikuue. ,
HRAlHjl'AETERH FOR FIXE At!CI!E.''YCiOOI).S t
nerTw'elnhlt",.UN "' lWmmm!1 I
Fine ateel ei:ivlnir, f.ir !,:..
r.?,nKh,t of ,,h. P'ibllahera for le.a tlmn l.0M ch.
iVi L 0,,illU VuK' f;)ri)Oi)t .,h.ortlie four for 1
tiO.OJ. Ennulre at Tux Bei.ir.TiN bindery 5
OwvKRsand pirrhara of Heal Kt ite In Cairo
hnillil he mire tliy buve 8,10d title I im now
prepared to fi:ri:Mi a!m!ract ! r"n'!' ',t r-vt.-f.
OAlee in Court Hjuao.
, , A I1AHOAIX.
I will tirT.-r fer n.a at a ureat harjala my ral- ' '
ili-nee No. -,n Sewnth atvi-t. If pnrchwed prior to
lie 11th lu-t. My r, a-ou,fr Ax:i are tunwtof
lm.iiif.i.. fonpled with t!, fnrt t!it nball be .
aimcut In the ,t until the flrt of ncit Jnn.
lertnaof aie$l.i.iO rah, and eay paymenta for ,'l
Apply loM.J. ROWLEY, Real Et'e Ae.'nt
-ALEX. II. 1KV1N. j
Saturday Evening, October 18
0XE mm 0XLY!
The ln!mt!.i:c American frtma Doqea Comme
S.irport'l by Cie Exemplary
Dates English Comk
WITH Ft'LI. CHORlAXD ORCHESTRA.
The Celehru'ed Tenor.
M It. CI IAS. V 1) It K V.
, The fopu'ar Railtone,
Mil. ACJI.'S TITS ItAl.I..
SAM T. JACK.
Satui'ilay Evening October III
Will he produced for the fln-t lime in Cairo, dull-
van a gret aacceaa:
II. M. S. PINAFORE!
General admlinion. 7' ceu!; Ri-acrvail aealn. II.
'I'll a tf rf.i.r,n4 M.r. u.M r.n. n.n., s ....
Tiiilav, (Ktoljvr Mti, W a. in., at llartuiao'a
C'HAS. MELVILLE. (Jenerat Aifnt.
Dealer in Fresh Meat.
Between Washington arid Com
mercial Av., rulioirxtnu H rvnyaj.
KEEPS f,ir aalotao beat Beef, Pork, Mutton, Veat,
Lamb. HUiwe. Jtr.. uiid In
famillea tn an acceptable uiuLAcr.
IIOOT.S AND SHOES.
BOOTS AND SHOES
Made to Ordor-
FUOM TUB BEST MATERIAL ON SHORT NO-
WORK, MATERIAL AND FIT GUAR-
tVRepnlrlns done with uealneaa aud dpatch.
HllOPi Waahlnutim Atumm. X. R. Corner
FRUIT TREES, ETC.
TREES! SIIRUBS4 ,
An Immnnnd ntni'L- r iTn t mam mil Ever-
izreoti Hoedlnea .Hhrtilia, Fruit Troea, aud Small
rruna, mot. win no aolil cheaper aud pacaon nounr
than at my other liinrn nu thnAmi-rlran rotitluout
AUdroaa, " J. O. FINNEY, J'
Pturgeoa Uy, ww.