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THE OAIKO DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY, DECKMBIR 13, 187.
Mm M. HMllrda Balldlni
Calico Hall To-Nioiit. Tho Qil
Vita Coterie will glo a grind calico
Ml, to-night, at tho 81. Charles hotol.
Nona ihoutd fall to attond ihli entertain
ment, which will be one of tl. most en
joyable yet titan. The lsdies are all ft
retted to appear Incolico, and tbedanc'mi
will connMM at balf-patt eight o'clock.
a A rswuter auetnUr of Cairo
Oewncll No. 24 will be held at Mssvcie
kali this (Friday) eTenlng, Pec. IS. lm
portent bullae and election of cfiorr.
By order of tha T. 1. G. M
y. KoMMtYER. Sc'y.
New Music. W. U. Rockwell Jk Co.
have just rcled a quantity of new heet
muiIc of J. P. Peters Jc Co s. publication,
Hew York. Anything publitbed by this
house can be had of W. 0. Rockwell Jc
Co. at the publishers' ratca.
Ice U running out of the Mlssisslpp
Yeitorday, considerable freight was
transferred from tho railroad can to
th wharlboat on hand trucks rolled by
Licence for teaming nro now required
to be taken out only for the unexpired
time of the year and coit $1 a licento.
The Cairo City Coal company aro now
using oson, harnetsed snugly, with colliiir
etc , to transfer coal from the curt to tho
Some of our up town peoplo rodo to
the "New England Kitchen," luit iilght.ln
Hate on a very Urge wagon drawn by
four yoke of oxen.
The door of a negro retort, kept by a
white man, wai yesterday opened by
aegro, who deliberately flred two pistol
hots into the half-Joren, orjthercabouts,
persons present. The shots did no Imrrn,
and the sanguine son of Africa made his
On Tuesday night, next,
Cairo advances. It is to bo tho "moral
example" of all cities. It is proposes to
have a banquet in celebration of the open
ing of a railroad, and to open It with
prayer and oschew wine ut tho close.
The Selden Irwin combination will
commence an engagement for a limited
number of nights, on Monday ovonlng
next Our cltiient will romcmbor Mr.
and Mrs. Irwin, from their long con nee.
tlon with tho old DefUn:o theatre, and
who, at that time were stamped as lavor
ilea with our theatre-goers. We hope
that on their return, after many years,
they will be greeted with a full house, as
they and the entire comptny conissting
of eighteen ladies and gontletnon ro
highly spoken of by the press of this and
ur neighboring states.
The Dsirott and Gmo railroad pro.
Ject is assuming shape, as will bo soon by
the following Irom the 'Railroad Oaxotto'
of te Tth inst.:
Detroit and Cairo. A mectlnt; of the
project irs is to be held In Indianapolis
shortly. It I said that ai.OJI.OOO liai been
subscribed to the stock, and It is hoped
the whole umount, (15,OJU,000), can be
The Oerraania Association will givo
its second pirty of tho preent series, at
Washington hall, Wednesday next, 18th
inst. It is desired by the committee that
II those holding tickets and invitations
shall bi in attendance. Tho Association
ofleari are using all posilbln exertion to
make this party an enjoyable social suc
cess, and each member of the Association
should aid the officers in their effort.
Dr. McOeo of Cloarcreek, was in town
yesterday, driving a toam untouched by
the eptxooiy. lie called on us, and gave
us bis views on public u flairs. IIx is
down on Uratt Urown and tho grand jury
system, and has not yet been educated up
to an appreciation ot either narrow-gauge
railroads, minority representation, or
Judge Dross. We cannot 'go with the
doctor in bis crusado against narrow
gauges, the free ballot and Judge Dross, as
honest an officer as the county has, and us
good, (barring a tittle streak of self-will);
but we are with blm on the Grata and
grand Jury isuo, and tboro wo shall re
main forever, Tho doctor has a heap of
sound sense In bis old head.
Yesterday, whilu our cfflclont report
er was inasaloon, on the look-out for news
of course, a negro woman enterod curylny
a silver pitchor. The woman bought u
pint of brandy, had It poured into th
pitcher and departnd. She was followed
by nur reporter. Ills lynx oye had dis
covered that tho silver pitcher bore tho
inscription "The Mary E. Foriytlie," and
he wai bent on further knowlelgo ol its
whereabouts. The woman brought up at
a negro den, and ono reporter went in af
ter her, and found himself nmong a crowd
of a bsll-iozan men and women, all in a
high state o' enjoyment. Placing his hand
on the pitcher, Reporter informed one
Willis, "proprietor" of tho house, that ho
intended to tike possession of tho article",
calling the attention of tho man to the In
scription. "Willis protested that if itcpor
er would wait awhile, he Willis, would as
sist in the arrest of a fellow named Har
ris, who had stolen the pitcher with n lot
of other silver. On Inquiry, Harris was
fVund at bard to git at as was Hairy
O imp's famous friend of that name, and
Willis was arreiwd without further cere
mony by Arnold, CtaUf of Police Myors
and John Cain- The prisoner was lodgod
in Jail, and word sent V Captain HainMc
ton of Mound City, to whom the stuleu
The mammoth carcass of a bar In
front of the butcbsr shop of J. Walters
has, for several days put, attracts) creel
atteatloa. The history of the capturo or
this baatt it quite romantic, but it is sulQ
aleat to know that the bear will be skin
sms), aad ready for Mr. Walters' custom
sk by Saturday morning next. Until
felaftUy, tha public may supply them
Mtvaaat Mr. Walters' shop with all kinds
etf tha kaat smaU u the market
Ltd I re will And at Burger's, 141 Com
mercial avenue, fancy goods of all kinds,
selected with ospecial reference to the hol
iday season ; men and boys will find alt
kinds of boots and chocs, and ladies' and
misses' shoe that will give perfect satis
faction. Mr. Hurler bs alw lws vnv1s.
shawls, skirts, furs of all kinds such s
minks, table, tie ; all ttt. just rcvwtxl
from the Ksst, atd no Wing wM at vcr
low price l tpurr roioooJ to wwt the
Jeroands fj the holiflfky I ars so It at the
nlmVlt- ptnny rns,y he torriod tnitcad of
the Mow dollar. OWI atd so for your-
At Cuhl s llall,
Tuefdsr evening, 17th inst.,
An Enjoyable Affair.
Should bo in Attendance.
Rheumatism is no doubt caused by dis
eased particles In the blood. This poison
Is decidedly iiclil. Tho iiectato of potusn
contained In Prker'a Compound Fluid
Extract Duchu neutralizes this acid, nnd
thus It Is t hit so ninny cases of this mat
ed y lire relieved and cured by using tint
ronicdy. Ar you sudoring front this ter
rlblodlseaso? Then got a bottle of Par
ker's Compound Fluid Extract Di'shu and
you may rely upon receiving Immediate
relief. For sale by all drugglstH, ovorj-
Lakokst utid finest twortincnt of Do-
heniiun toilet sets acd vases nt Daniel
Cavqut At Last As kIoiic ago as
August, I960, John Groen, alias Din
Wiize), a notorious thief, robbed a Mr.
Ilolbronk of Hickory Grove, Kentucky,
of $1,000 in ono of tho boer jerking saloons
on Commercial avenue. Tho thief es
capoJ but was afterward arrested in St.
Louis, by Summerwell, Hnd lodged In our
county j ill, thon under tho supervision of
l'lmer Price John dug out and made
his uscitpo. About eighteen months ugo,
Gov. 1'nlmer, acting by tho iidvice ol
Sheriff Irvin, offered u reward of S-00 for
him, since which lime strenuous efforts
havobeen Hindu to capturo Green. In
Indianapolis, and In Diytuti, Ulilo, he
wus in tin hands of otQcer', but was let
loose both time. On Wednesday last,
Sheriff Irviu was udviied by telegraph
from Si. Louis, by tho clilut of police ol
that city, that his man Green was there.
Mr. Irvin rtart"d at once and in nil prob
ability will bring the thief John Groen
back to Cairo with him.
Ulmstkao. This is tho name of n new
town laid out as thu .tho Caledonia sta
tion on the Cairo and Vinronnes railroad,
fourteen miles north of Cairo, and lie
about one-huir mile south-west of tho old
court-house ut North Caledonia. It is
beautifully situated, having tho river on
ono tido and tho railroad on the other. As
Caledonia is now next to Mound City, the
most important point in tha county, ro
Olmsted will probably bo tho most Impor
tant station in Pulaski county, on the Cai
ro and Vinc.innos road, next to Mound
City, it being tluonly town oxcept Mound
City nn tho lino of tho road, that has con
nection with the rlvor. Tho now
town is I II I out entirely o:i tho
land of Uhv. K. 11. Olimted, from whom
it takes its tiamo, thu neighbors or tho
worthy person in'Utln' it should bo so
named. Tho railroad dcpitU already go
ini; up and will bo 11 til shod by thu first of
January. By referring to now itdvortiao
monts in this piper, it will be seon u pub
lic said of lots will bo held there on tho 1 0 lis
of Decombor. Anybody can hardlv uo
amiss by Investing at Olmsted.
CAIRO AND VIXCKNXKS RAIL
MEETING OF CITY COUNCIL AND
CITIZENS' CO.MMI I TEE 'ES-TEIID.VY.
APPOINTMENT OF SlIIJ-COMMITTEES
The mayor Hnd city council, with a com
mitteo ir vltiz mis appointed by authority
of tho council, mot at tho city cleik's ofllce
yesterday to in iko arrangomeuts tor the
proposed celebration of thu opening of the
Cairo and Vinconnos railroad next Monday.
Col. S. S.Taylor, chairman of tho special
'.'omrnittco of the council on celebration,
called thu meeting to order, and stated
that tho committee had made arrange
incuts for a banquet at tho St. Charles
hotel on Monday night; that the city and
county olllcials along tho lino of thu road
had bien invited to attend the banquet,
together with thu prominent cit'zens o( the
several towns und counties betwei n Cairo
and Vinconnos; that the guests or tho city
would bo received by Mayor L'tnsden and
he city council Hnd ihucilir.uiu generally,
n front of thu St. Charles on arrival of
thu train, which would run down tho Illi
nois Central to that point; that tho com
mittee had rrqilested Mr. Ohurly to make
thu formal addrets of welcome, ut tho con
clusion of the banquet in thu evening ;
thut thu mooting wai called to nrrangu
for tho propcrmitcrtainmont of tho guests,
to select other speaker, etc., etc.
Mr. Win. M. Morris was appointed sec
retary, anl tho meeting proceedud to an in
formal d'scussion of tho matters under
consideration. Mr. Johnaon, of tho Illi
nois Central, sail that his company would
accomiiiodalu llie citizens of the C. &. V.
K. It. ill tny pottiblo way, and that lie
would with pleasure grant any n quest of
tho meeting. It wat then nrranged thai
the train should boswltcbel from thu C-
& V. track to the Illinois Central and run
down thu levee to the St. Charles, where
the mayor would receive tho excursion
Messrs. D. T. Parkor, F. M. Stockfl itb,
D. T. Linegar, II. W. Webb and "Thomas
Wilson wire appointed a committee to
proceed to Vlncunnet aud accompany the
excursionists to Cairo,
Messrs. Wllllaia V. UalliJsy, II. W.
Webb, J. M. Pblllls, O B. Woodward and
It. Meyers, were appointed a committee
to provide for lodging the guests of the
city Monday night.
.Messrs. Wm. Morris. II. II. Candee,
Wm. M. Smith and W. W. Thornton,
were appointed a committee and Instructed
to have tho dining hall properly deco
Judge Dross was instructed to provide
music for the occasion.
Mayor Linsden. Dr. Wm. M. Smith
and J. Il.Oberly, wore appointed a com
mltteo to mako arrangement for speaking,
Messrs. Hyttop, Thornton and Barclay,
wero appointed n committee to Invite one
of tho ministers of tho city to be present,
and open the banquet with suitable relig
ious services. ,
Thu meeting then adjourned to meet on
Saturday, at ID a.m., for the purposo of
hearing tho reports of tho several sub
committees. This New Enolanu KtTOiicK.The
visitors nt tho Profbytorian " Sociahlo "
last night at tho resldonco of Mr. John
Antrim, imagined thomtelves a thousand
miles from Cairo, somewhore among the
"hills of Now England" and the specta
tors of u bona Qde New England Kitchen
of ever so many years ago. The old-fash-iontd
tiro pkco with its" dog-Irons," pots,
kettles, Dutch-oven, etc ; tho rag carpot
which covored tho floor; tho three cor
nered cupboard with Its " chancy " and
uarthen waro of tho good old
style; thu pictures which adorned
the walls; tho mirror in which
iho good damo of a hundred years ago
beheld her prim but self-admiring reflec
tion ; the spinning wheel; tho long siring
of dried apples und pumpkins hung about
the wails; the quilt, framed for quilting,
etc., etc., were, tuken together, n veritable
reproduction of tbo scono Intended to be
represented. Tho clock which marked
tho ti in o of night in the New England
Kitchen, was a curiosity in itself, having
been brought to Illinois in the state's ter
ritorial days, by Samuel Marshall. A
bed quilt, made, before this country bad
achieved Its independence, by hands now
man, many yeur, mouldering into dust,
al'o atlructed much attention.
Tho supper of pork and beans, mush
and milk, pumpkin pics, doughnuts, etc.,
wus well served by tho Yankee spirit, in
short waists, narrow skirts and high
backed combs. Tho peddler was the
character of tho evening, who drovo nis
tradu in truo Ynnkeu fashion and took in a
largo amount of fractional currency in cx
chungu for his wooden nutmegs, etc. Al
together, thu New England kitchen was a
success. It occasioned a vast amount of
sport, und realized a very satisfactory
sum of money.
Steamer John Kilgour, New Orleans
" Tom Ja'prr, Delmont
" Sam .1 Hale, New Orleans
" West Wind. Louisville
" Ilurktyille, Hickman
" Illinois, Columbus
11 Jim Fisk, Jr., Paducnh
Steamer Exportor, New Orleans
'! Sam J. Hale, Cincinnati
" Illinois, Columbus
" Jim FUk, Jr., Padticah
CONDITIO or THE UIVEIti.
Tho Ohio is failing Hgain at this port,
after having risen ninu inches. There is
now 3 feet over tho worst bars in tho
lower Ohio, which will probubly bo in
creased to 4 feet by tho time tho rise has
had its run. Matters at Point Pleasant
remain much thu tarn", nnd boats bound
down and up, have tho usual amount of
trouble. Thu latest wo thavu from thorn
is 4 feet 8 inches and nothing aground.
Tlieru being no arrivals from thu Missis
sippi, it ia not known exactly the condition
of thu rivor at Devil's and Liberty islands;
but there is probably no more than 3 feet
water at either place. Icu was still run
ning out of thu Mississippi up to last
night. No gorge could bu heurd of be
tween hero and St. Louis,
Special di. patches to TlIE BULLETIN
report thu condition of thu MLtiitippi
utid Ohio rivern at various places.
UUSINKtS AND WKATHXH.
There was but littlu doing on tho land
ing, nnd but little amount of freight was
handled. Ox teams wus busy during the
day delivering freight on the wbrfboals,
and but faw burses or mules were on the
Thu wonthor continue? cold, and there
wa good prospects for moru snow at a late
hour last uvenlrig.
Tho Exporter finished transferring her
freight und loft, for Now Orleans, late
Wednesday night. If sho meets with as
many detentions in thu lower river as she
did in the upper river, the profits of her
trip will bu guco'
Tho Tom Jasper camo up from Belmont
for fuel, und whllo here, will tako on
board what frulght she can got, and will
lltiiih out her load at Delmont,
Thu West Wind arrived from Louis
ville with a big roihipping trip. Her
pilots report 3J foot uvu Henderson bar,
that being thu hoalest place.
Charles Filch, engineer of tho Tarascon,
drew $1,720 in the Louisvillu librury draw
Tho Emma's cargo was valued ut $25,
000. Thu boat wus valued ut $14,000, aud
insured for 5,000.
John Jubnton, colored, formerly steward
on thu Samuel Orr, now a state senator in
tho Arkansas legislaturo, and hii family
wero passengers on thu burnt steamer
Thu Hulo arrived from Now Orleans
wiih a bargo in tow, und after discharging
considerable freight for tho railroad, luft
Tho John Kilgour from below, has
about 'J6U tons of "weetning" for the
Ohio river towns, and has laid up bore to
wail for moru water in ihu rivor,
Thu nuw steam lug Flora made a trial
trip yesterday forenoon. Capt. Wm. II.
Sandusky wut at the wheel, and from him
wo learned that sba rum and bundles very
well. Afttrafew alterations In htr ma
chinery she will leave for her future heme
at Arkansas City Ia command of Capt
Sandusky, who bat hid long experience in
handling tugs and stands at tha head of
his profession. Tha tug will make an
other trial trip to-day.
Mlka Fltislmmons, pastry cok on tha
steamer John Kilgour, died on board the
boat while on her way. His remains vara
forwarded from here to his. frianda by rail
William Phillips and Jim Dougherty
go out as pilots on the steamer North
western now loading at Belmont.
Ed Young returned from St. Louis last
evening, and goes on the Tom Jasper as
The Mary E. Forsyth, now unloading
at B'jlmont, will come here when Ihroiisjh
and go to tbo bank for a couple of weeks.
John Sinslob, of the firm of Sintich A
Brother, boat stores, was In town yester
day. Also Capt. Petor Conrad of St.
Louis, arrived by rail.
Tho John F. Telle is now at Belmont
discharging her cargo, which consists
principally of salt.
It was reported yesterday that tha
channel at Point Pleasant had In one
night cut out to six feet, and after mak
ing inquires among several flrst-closs and
Well posted pilots, we learn that there is
but 4 feet 8 Inches there.
FULL. 110 WARD,
City Watltmml ink BsmeUaw.
HsaJ9poial alUatlea paid to erder from simb
hnafu mvht nr
STOP AND READ!
ATHE IT ETJM,
Engagement of the
Soldon Irwin Combination,
For a limited number of nights.
MONDAY EVENING, DEC. 16, 1872.
Will be presented John tlrougbsm'i beauti
ful comedy of
OUR IRISH OOUSIN,
Alice Oevcraux Mrs. SELDES IKWIN.
Puul tVelden Mr. Skloe.n Irwin.
Other characters by the company.
To couclude wi h the lau.-hable farce or
Fool, or tue Family.
Detty Launders Mrs. Selden Irwin.
Zetli Urignton Mr. Selden Irwin.
j3"For full particulars see programme.
Kcscrvcd seats for tile at O. Ilartman's
SALE OF LOTS.
RABE ClUXCE VOB SHCULiTIOX.
The subscriber having laid out the town or
Olmsted on the Cairo and Vlncennes rail
road near Caledonia, Pulaski county, Illinois,
will offer the lots for sale on
Thursday, the 19th or Dxcemiiei, at
10 o'clock a. u.
'I bis town U the most beautifully situated
between the railroad and the Olilo river, and
la laid out on a liberal scale; the Iota being
40x150 feet, the streets 60 and 70 feet wide
und the atlev 'i
'1'Klt.MS : One-third cash, the balance In
one und two years. Title perfect.
Special rates at private sale to parties in
tending to build.
N. li. The depot at Olmsted will be
completed by the first of January.
K. U. OLMSTED.
Caledonia, Ills., Dec. 6, 1B72.
'The Oldest aud Best or the Eclectics."
With the uumher for January, the Eclec
tic entera upon its twenty-ninth year. It
gleans the clioieeat articles from the entire
field or foreign periodical literature, and
Tho best Scientific Articles.
The licet ctiaaya.
Tlie best reviews.
The bent critlelams.
The best biographical sqetchet.
The best novels.
The best short atories.
The best Hicma.
The best miscellanies.
The finest steel engravings.
The aim of 'the Eclectic is to be instructive
without being dull, and entertaining with
out being trivial. Readers wb" ttek In
struction aa well as amusement should give
It a trial. Terms t a year; single eoidea,
stfeent. Liberal terms to eh. lit. The Ko
lectic will be sent with any other periodical
at lowest club r..tes. Addre-a,
E. It. 1'elton, Publisher,
lots Fulton Street, New-York.
November 18, 187'.'
On the corner of 12th street and Washington
avenue, opposite Bulletin office.
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18, Wi,
Tuition irom S to t20 per una.
IN CLASSES OF 1 TO 4 EACH.
No pains will be spared to make it
to all concerned,
N. P. CURTICE, Director.
Teacher or Vocal, Organ and Piano Music.
J. M. RODENBAUOU,
Teacher of Wicd and fltring Instruments.
(te circular.) U-U tf.
Corner Twenty-second street and Ohle
SUPERIOR STEAM DRIED CORM
Always en hand, and at the lowest mark
price. Also a good article of
Tery cheap. Leave enters at Hi I.I .ID AT
BUOTUCU, at aptly at tha ufal
GOOD NEWS FOR EVERYUODY
A place where you can buy as much for
OUST ID DOLLAR
as you can elsewhere for
ONE DOLLAR AND A QUARTER
The understgnod would respectfully In
form tha public that they have fitted their
new store bouse on Eighth street with the
finest aad best assorted stock of
general merchandise ever before brought
to this market, and ia order
to secure a large portion of the patronage
of the public,
WE ARE DETERMINED TO SELL
OUKGOODd AT LOWER
ANY OTHER Ed TAB-
LISBMENT IN TUB VICINITY.
Our stock is entirely new, and
bought expressly for the coming fall and
winter trade of this locality, and consitU
of Ladies. OenU and Children's
BOOTS U 8HOE9,
HAT3 Ac CAPS.
And all other articles to be found in a
first class dry goods and clothing establishment.
We call especial attention to our large
assortment of dress goods, shawls and
cloaks, which department is complete in
all its details. Our stock of
Blum & Amson.
Mr. R. Jonos on Commer
cial avenue, second door wedt
of Tenth street, is manufactur
ing Boots and Shoes of the
best material in the market
and is prepared to fill all
orders on the shortest notice.
He guarantees both the work
and material ; his patterns are
of the latest styles, and his
prices lower than any other
shop in the citv. Confident
of the excellence of his work,
he invites the patronage of
the public. WM 3m.
You can buy six
and one-half lbs. Durant's
A Coffee Sugar for One Dol
lar; Seven lbs. New Orleans
Sugar for One Dollar; Best
three and one-half libs. Prime
Kio Coffee, One Dollar ; Best
Imperial Tea, One Dollar and
a half per pound ; Best Gun
powder Tea, One Dollar and
Seventy-five Cents per pound ;
i oung Hyson and Oolong Tea,
One Dollar per pound, and ev
erything proportionately cheap
8ealed proposals will be received at the C'ltv
Clerk' offlee until 71. tun. of Kridav, thciotu
day or December, A. D., 187V, for furnishing
the material ordoing thu work, or both, for
the reconstruction or renewal ol the follow
ing deturlbeil nblewalki, vis. ; On the S'tutli
side orMneicemn street irom ropiar street
to Commercial avenue ; on me iKrtb side of
Twentieth street from Ohio levee to Walnut
street : on tbo south of Twentieth street
from Ohio levee to Washington avenue; on
both sides or Ponlar street from Eighteenth
street to Division street; on the oouth side
of 1)1 Ulon street ; aud on north side or Cen
Said proposals shall he directed to the City
Council, and will be opened at ujoint meet
ing or the Council at the time above luined.
All propoiaU shall bo made in accordance
with the provisions, requirements and spec!
tleatlons of ordinance ho. IS2, approved hVp
tember 10. A. D.. 1872. which ordinance it
.now on tile In my ofllce, subject to examina
tion at any time.
The city reserves the right to reject any
or all bids.
M. J. Uowley,
Cairo, Ills., Dec. 0, 1872. City Cleik.
Mayor's Omcr, )
CAIKO, Ills., December tf, 171. J
Public notice U hereby given that an elec
tion will be held
OU TUKrDAY, TUE "TH DAY OK JANUARY
A. D. 1H73,
in the city or Cairo, in the State or Illluol,
lor the purpose or determining the questlou
at to whether said city or Cairo ulull become
incorporated under the aoi of the general
assembly ot this stale, entitled " An act to
provide for the incorporation of cities mid
villages," upproved April lutb. 1S7'. In force
July 1st, lali; and aUo, at the samo time
there will bo submitted lor adoptionor rejec
tion, the question ot "minority representa
tion " in tue city council, ar legislative au
thority ol said city.
For the purpose of said election, said city
or Cairo but hern divided into two election
districts, the one or which comprises nil the
territory in cabl city, south uud cast of thu
center lino of Twellth street extended to the
Ohio and Mississippi rivers, and the placo or
voting, in said district, will ho the Rough and
Ready engine-house; the other illnirlct com
prises all the territory lu said city, north and
west of said line extended as aforesaid, and
the placo of voting therein will bu tho court
house. By order of the city couucll.
JoUM M. LANnDKN, Mayor.
Cairo Dally Sun' aud ' CrIio tlazctte,'
please copy. W-U-dtd.
j ST. NICHOLAS j
BILLLIA11D - HALL
HARRY WALK Kit Jc CO., Prop'rs.
This house Is newly fitted up with twa
Aud two Una
JENNY LIND TABLES
The puJoou Is stocked with the Itett
are compounded In the most approved style
k7"Com and see for yourself. Jfr
SUDWEITZKR CilKESK AND UOL
are spread morning and evening at 10
o'clock, at which all are tuvllid to partici
pate tree ot cnarge.
OYSTERS I OYSTERS I
At wholcmlc and retail, stewed, Wed,
broiled and baked, raw and on the half-hell,
by the can, ketr, box or birrel, at Harry
Walker's .nt, .Nicholas restaurant on Com
inercial avenue, oysters In every sty.e at
all hour day or night, llany Walker pre
sides over the culinary department. Asa
caterer he has no equal, and Harry's cus
tomers can always be assured ol a warm
meal at any hour of the day or nlKht, that
will meet the requirements and please the
taste of the most fattidlous.
MICHAEL COYNE, Proprietor.
(OLD r-OflT Ol'FICK bTAND.)
Corner Sixth street and Commercial Ave.
The best brands ol Cigars, choice Wines,
Liquors, etc., ul ways on band.
KTOpcn day aud uigbt..JX
SALOON AND READING ROOMS
'mmh.rdMAv?J WINTER'S BLOCK.
PARKER & MONTAGUE
K3The best brands of Cigars, choice
Wines, Liquors, etc., always on hand U
HTLLIARD 8ALOON AND BAR
IOHH SATE. Iropr1Mr.
lOS Commsreial Avenoo, OAIKO, ILLINOIS
Hast brand of Califo HChtarslu relvJ,
Itll.LIAKD saloon furnished with the best
of tables : and bar supplied with wine., Ilqtion
and rlsrar-of then-l hrnn !.
5 TO $20 iclMW
p.. ,slUirsTo;or olil, task moe mow
it vers t r ua la tnaTr spare moments or sJi.ll.t
iisae,ikaa at aaiUiic elae. , fMtiooUrt &
avaataae . Maeou a Co rertiaasl, Mama.
(Open Day and Night.)
J. E. PARKS, Proprietor,
Ohio Levve, bet, tth and Ctb streets,
MEALB AT ALL HOURS.
A fine new Dining Hall wllh every con
venience his been added to thl populur
Restaurant, nnd the Bile-ts will fin i every
requisite lor their accomodation.
THE RILL OF FARE
consists of every substantial and delicacy or
it supplied with the
CHOICEST L1QUURS.WIKES & CIGARS
K7Mlxed drinks prepared with care.
I. A W t KNS.
GREEN & GILBERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
Willises II. (ireeu, )
William H ailberi, CAMO, ILMNOU.
Miles r.Oilkert, J
atrspeoin. atuattea alrea to AdalraMr aad
owe osuo Lavaa, aaeata 7 ajt aTa
aTX MA.HM4A IVAJISt.
Our Home Advertiien.
TKUTONaA m" K INBURANCE
OF CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
Cixr'L.OrricE, 172 WasiukoiokSt.
TbU German Ufa Insurance Company
guarantees uot only Paid-up Policies but
ulso a Value In Cash on the Non-forfeiture
JOHN A. IIUCK, . . President.
U. KNOHF.LSDOHF, - . . (Secretary.
JOHN W. PRIIKSa,
Agent for Cairo and vicinity.
SECTION NO. 47.
Association for promoting Liro Insurance
and Mck Keller by weekly dure aad mutual
co-operatlou In objects ol public beneHt.
The I.I e Insurance Policies will be Issued
by tho Teuton! Life Insurance Company.
II. MEYERS, President.
JOHN W. PRUESS, Ao't.
imit rr 'strt iMsel elalsilsjr.
FIRE AND MARINE
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rr, loure. alrtiNsa htrrabls as seuad, ft
muvrot tvcuritT wjl w-rraat.
1 respr:trullf ak of Ui oltlsoas ol Cairo,
V. II. Moms,
M. H. Cu4m
He. Pub. as J U.H.Vim
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TKAVELKR8', flARTPl'RU, LIFE AND
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iJAFFORD, MORRIS & CANDEE,
TI Okie ..
Cltr Nsilonal Honk. CslRO.ILL.
JU1IN it. l'HLLIS4 SON,
tHuccstsorstoJuha H. fbitba,)
DEALERS IN UAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Moal, Brun, &c.,
Con. TENTU-hT. am. 01110 LKVE
DBALBB ZXT XjXOD
Csubwt, Plajtb Paris,
no. 71 omo li vac, trxriKR city nation
E"por the purpose of building up a
whoTcL. le trade In Cairo. I will sell to deal
ers and contractors in lots of 50 barrels aad
upward, at manufacturing prices adding
Cairo. Aiunit 18. 1878.
CAIRO AND PADUCAU
Tt spleodid sttansor
Dick Fowlir, Captain
Leaves CsUo DAILY, (Sunday excepted), at
4 p.m. For freight or passage apply on boaru
or to Jas. JtAixour, A t.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
orriCB WDJITEE'I BLOCK,