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'HIE CRISIS IN NEW ORLEANS.-
THIRTY" thouSaji) people
TUKN OUT TO HKH Til Kill
TIIB LARGEST MEETING IN LA
FAYETTK SQUARE EVER
HELD IN THE CITY.
THE CONCOURSE COOL, COL
LECTED AND COURAGEOUS.
TfllY WILL MOVE AOINHT ANY
FUKOK HUT T11E"
THEY A ALLY UN OEIt THE AMEHI-
V EETINO OP, THE REFORM CON-VENTION'iN.AhKANSAd.
TUB people's LKalaLATURK. r
New Oulein. .Uii. 0. The city Ii
quiet this morning, end fear of u con
tllct are tubsiding. Very lilllo builncss
doing. Btime three tliuusan 1 persons aro
re already assembled about City ball and
Lafayette square. The meeting thero to
day will undoubtedly bo a large one. A
battalion of infantry and a company of
cavalry moved up from the barrack to
temporary quartan at tbe corner of Mag
axlne and Julia ltreli. Tbe Conservative
ii caucuislas;. . Silly -eight raembsrs of tbe
house art present.
The assemblage at Lafayette square bat
flVE OK SIX THOUSAND.
A Urge United State flag bai Jut been
displayed from tbe balcony ot tbe Odd
Fellow's ball" on Camp street, indicating
that tbe Conservative leglilature will meet
there. Tbe crowd it rapidly assembling
on that tide oi Lafayette square. Tbe
i lore generally are
CUM BP AB OX A aOJIOAT.
CVnal (treat loom deserted. Not a lady
Is to be seen on lBegret Iborougbfaret
and nearly all tae'buelnesaraen in tbe city
wx-m to be participating more or leu in
tbe Lafayette square wealing.
WH4T OEV. EMORY WILL DO.
New Orleans, Jan. C Tbe Times
has tbe following: "1b, reply to a qici
tlon Uea. Ecnory reyHed tbat he bad re
ceived order to' aulaln the Pinchbeck
Kvvernment at tbe defacto goveroraetit of
tbe ttate. Should a body of ritlzena meet,
claiming to be tbe leglilature in oppo-i-tlan
ttbt of tbe Pinchbeck government,
and proceed to Inagurate measures to
trammel end interfere wiib tbat govern
ment, it would be a violation of a ttate
lsw juit patted, and they would be Hop
ped by lomebody." The inferenco drawn
by J;be Time' rapreientatlve from
Oeneral Emory' words wai
that the fusion legislature would not be
allowed to proceed In any of tbe usual
functions of such a body. Geo. Emory
vas emphatic in bli determination to pre
serve the public peace at all haiaris.
Of the home repreieotitivos nf tbo Peo
ple'! leg'slatura was held this morning,
11 fly -seven member being present. Tbe
clerk of the bouie proceeded to the City
hall and removed hi records. It was
nreed in tbe caucus, that they would as
K'imble at li o'clock w , at Odd Fellow
hull. At the armory in Davidson courlf
lit Carandolet street, at 11 o'clock
th s miirnmif, a strong foree of Metropoli
tan police we on duty, Oen. Had go r being
j.iesent to Inspect thetn. In second court
R'jr brass guns nf the late regiment of
ARTILLERY WKRE DRAWN DP
In charite of gunners, and with horse in
harness at hand. In tho first court a de
tatchment of policemen were busy pack
ing the caissons with amunition. The
dreet entrance continue closed ind un
der guard. Shortly before 12 o'clock the
member of tbepioplu'i legislature com
menced assembling at Odd Fellows hall,
and tbe entrance and stairway
were at once crowded by an
Of people. Tbe multitude extended from
l'aydrss street and thnugh the square to
the steps in tbe City hall. In course of a
very few minutes 8,1100 or 10,000 people
had arrived. None manifested any (treat
excitement, and there was
IVLiIh An.l Mtlnrn oral exhibited
!y toe multitude, and little or no conver
sation was to be beard. Tho general un
derstanding is that the people row as
sembled will wait quietly until the leglila
ture rnoets. In cue the meeting 1 not
interfered with by Pinchback, then a
nuiet dls.ttrslon will ensue. But in tho
event of any effort to dliperie tbe ttepre-
simtativM of tbe people,
Will form for their protection, and move
iwalast bbv force bat the military of the
United Slates. Tbe nan fa tbe iquare
rills tbe central ptmge from tbe gate to
tbe baio of the Franklin statue, and on
both aides in the shape of a wedge, on
whose faces the sun's rays shine, tbe mail
being as animated and full of motion as
AH ANT HILL.
Tae itrMt cars can not put in front of
v IK V i. 1.
CAIRO, ILLIN0 IS? WISdaK J aN 0 ARY 7 1873
BULLETIN BUILDING WASH1NGT0K1T.
City ball without much log rolllog for tbo
street I tilled.
IK THE nqUARE
A human wall is stsndin'g on tbe Iron
fence, and the only vacant spaces within
aro tho outside pasiagei, right and left.
J 1:60 o'clock.
This moment tho American Hag Is hung
from tho front of Odd Folton'i hall. Tho
crowd madp a rush for tho hall Irom every
direction, pell mull. A cry Is raised,
"they're ooino into oni reLLOw's
Tho crowd is in tbe greatest good hu
mor. 12 o'clock.
A body of men can Le seen going up
italrs through the Iron patcway of the hull
unattended. Just u tho clock strike 12,
a yolre from thi g'tllery announces
THE : LEGISLATURE Is l.N SbUlO.V.
The stairway 4 very soon J-imincd with
spectators. Tho house wis culled to or It r
Rt 12, noon, occupying tho main lull In
the OJd Pell.W building. Mr. Geo. 13,
Sbeppard then proceed) d to the callini of
tho roll, when forty-seven members
answered to their nanu'i. Cxpl. Cain, who
'was about to force himself pst the ser-gontit-at-nrms
by showing k badge of thrj
Utiited'Slate maribat, was told politely
to retlro; but refusing, ho was tji-cttd.
' Mr. Finney of fcv Orleans, moved tho
ball be ipen to h many spectators ai
could flit lliu rnoiii, without crowding it.
The crowd filling thu street In front of
the hutld'i not hIIow tlreut cars to pass.
-Thero are ruliea uiadu to sccuro availablo
piisitions, and thu unociuplid house sUi.d
ing in tho rear of thu hull is Qlled by men
wbo re-appear upon It three front gal
A majority of the business fcousei on
1'aydras, Magazine, Choupitaulus and
Camp street had closed, and both proprl
et6rs and their employes wcro thronging
the square. Not the slightest evidence of
disturbance was to bo nb.erved, an J good
feeling seemed every whero to prevail,
Jtue jteelino to-niout.
The citizens' meeting to-day Is regarded
as tbe greatest ever held heie. No speak
ing, or action whatever, wa taken, the ob
ject being solely to give moral support by
their presence, to the People' lei;Islature.
From no m until 3 o'clock, there were
from 6,000 to 10,000 present. Tho street
to Lafayette square wrro crowded with
persons going and coming. It is etti mi
ted tbat 20,000 to 3il,'i(iU participated in
tbo demonstration during the day. There
being no quorum in either home, both ad
journed until noon to-morrow. Ho inter
est whatever was manifrsted regarding tbo
Kellogg legislature, which met ai usual,
but adjourned early. The committee of
200 bnva supplied money to maintain the
The follwlng telegram was sent to New
Orleans by the Louisiana sub committee:
"The prealdent has telegraphed to Gen.
Emory not to permit Interference with tho
pexcable meoline of our legislature. Mat
ters will be held In abeyance till a judicial
inv-ttlgatlon can In bad. We counsel
Wamiinoton, Jan. C The president
sent the following nominations to the sen
ate to-day: Indian agents; II. M. New
tin, Fotlowalomioagen;y; 8. 0, Uushnell,
Mescalero, Apucho agency; li. A. Miles,
Klckapoo agency. Postmasters: II. P.
Wilson, Lluya City, Has.; Alex. Crle,
Little Rock. Jan. C Both bouses of
tho general assembly convened to-day at
12 o'clock. Senator Clayton, brother ol
the Uniiol Sta es senator, was mado presi
dent J to tern of tbo sonate, and C. W.
Trankersly, speaker of tho house. The
Uopublictin caucus nominees of both
bouses wero elected throughout. Unth
bouses rart In joint convention this even
ing, canvassed votes for governor. Eli
Baxter was declared to ho electa 1, As the
governor came forward ha was introduced
by the chief Justice, and dollvered a short
inaugural address, very conservative in
tone, which was well received by nil
A caucus vote for other state officers by
tho senate is being made to-nlghl. Thu
Keform stat convention adjourned sine
die this evening, after adopting resolution
against tho inauguration of Mr. Urook tit
Nashville, Jun,, 0. Tbo Tennessee
logishtlor converted ut thucnpitol to-diy
A quorum In both branches. Aeither or-
guiiizjd. in tho sunulo seven candidates
for speaker were nominated, and 21 bit I
lotl had without a choice. In the homo 6
candidate for speaker were nominated,
and 4 ballots had. Tho fourth ballot re
sulted f r Truidull, Dein.j-23; Honk, Il.-p,
25 ; scattering, '9. Tho latter vote repn
tiled the Independents. There were six
absentees. It Is probable that thu houso
111 tl it tn Independent, und tbcsenninu
Democrat. The contest to-day teemed to
bo a sklrinls'i fir po.lilon.
Washington, Jun.O President Grant
denies that any arrangement has bjeu
made by which W. M. Kvarts wilt becotno
secretary of itato after tho 4th of March
Little Bock, Jan. 0, Tho reform con
vention met Saturday, organized and ltd
journed over to Monday. The Utendanco
was very small, only twelve counties be
ing reported. The project of establishing
a newsttttj government meets with Utile
or no favor among Democrats. The balls
of both bou es are guards 1 by government
guards on account of threats being made
to take poiieuioa of tbem by some of the
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TELEGRAPH WIRES AND
l'OLES GIVE WaY BE
NEATH .'J HE 1CE,
AND ARE LAID
LOW IN THE
HUNDRED COAL BOAT3,
FLATS AND BAiiGE TORN
LOOSE AT CINCINNATI.
$75,000 FIP.E IN KENTUCKY
New Yoke. Jan. 0 -Yesterday morning
Imrtly alter 10 o'clock, u rain storm l -...
gtn which soon lurneu to sieci, anu con
tinued till late In the nfterruwn.
ritlKOKU WITH ICICLE.
No such npfclaulo has bewrwitrasted in
yers before. The trees wore
CAHKD in ice,
Anil locomotion on sidewalks becane
almost Impossible. About half-past oie
telegraphic communication with points
tnttsldu of the city was stopped. The lie
froze t'l tho wlrj-s utid broke thorn down.
The police and ffro telegraphs were des
troyed throughout tho city, the
WIRES AND POLK FALLING
In the street nnd on sidewalk. The
whole of New iork became Isolated so
r as concerned communication with the
outside world. Tbe Western Union tele
graph company constructd temporary
facilities at Jersey City, whither dis
patches Were taken by messengers. Tho
company did Its best to serve the public
and the prass, but tho elements were loo
dliiitrous. Brooklyn suffered similar to
New York. The fallen wires In many
placet put a stop to the street car. It
cleared off during tho ri ght and to-day is
pleasant. The telegraph company is fast
repairing its wire.
, HEAVY 8SOW.
Ciiicaoo, Jap. G. Ueaviett fall of mow
known for years, It reported throughout
Central Illinois. Tbe snw it a foot deep
and it a welcome visitation, as that sectit n
of country it tutfering from an unprece
THWiniO AT CINCINNATI.
Cincinnati, Jan. C Tho rapid, riso in
tho river caused the shore ico to move last
night, tearing looso about one hundred
coal boats, barges and flats causing more
damage than the last break up.
Largo part of. the town of Carlyslo, Ky.,
was burned on Saturday night last. The
loss Is estimate! to be from 05,000 to
$76,000. But little Irmirane. - . .
cUBglbeewmUtereB privileges and
lions to er4va 'ani report at the
t .session 'of ! congress ea ifiWnd
tffJactreable saode e!ettei the
AFPLICATIHN TO BE MADE FOR A
STAY OF PROCEEDINGS.
A GERMAN OIltLsnOOTSREn SE
SENTENCE PASSED ON STOKES.
New York, Jan. 0. Stokes was In
court of oyer and terminer this morn-
to receive sentence. Trumaln made ah
ud d rest in mlation to the bill o( exceptions
10 the judge's rulings, which he proposed
to offer. Thu prisioner wus asked-what ho
had to ty why sentence of death should
not bo parsed. Stokes thereupon said ho
had not violated tho law Intentionally;
that th testimony upon which' ha was
convicted was manufactured and peijurcd.
Judge Boirdman then, In a feeling addrcssi
in which ho alluded to the prisoner',
youth and social surrounding, sentenced
hln to be hanged on Friday, tho 28th day
of February next, being thu shortest time
that could bo legally allowed a convicted
man. Stokes' counsel worn in consulta
tion last evening. Thoy were greitly sur
prised at tbe verdict, and expressed their
purpose of applying at once for a stay ot
proceedings, and ultimately, if pottlble, to
seuk another trial, 1
8 HOT BY A OIRL.
St. Louis, Jan. 6. A special from Ce
dar lliplds, Iowa, to ttie Democrat, says a
man named Wright was shot at Jcdar
Fall to-day, by a German girl with
whom ho hud become too intimate,
Wright went to the houso fur breakfast
when tho girl shot him in tho head. lie
attempted to escape through a window,
and when partly out, was shot again by a
friend of tho girl's. Wright died this af
ternoon. All parties, Including tbe girl's
mother, wero at rested.
Washington, Jan. 0. Senator Boer,
man offerod n rciolutien directing the
0 unmittee on elections to luqulro and re
port how the recent elections .'or president
and vice-president have been conducted A
Louisiana and. Arkamas in accordance
with tbe laws of tbe United State, and
what contest have arisen us U 1 was
elected as electors n Itbsrstei aid .what
measuMS are necessary to profile, far a
, . wt j
determination of such contest, and to
determine like contest in future. The
committee haVe'powor to lead' for peisons
and( papers and, .take testimony,, and If
necessary, to authorize suitable, unpreju
diced penrnt not resldenti of said states to
take such teillnioriy as wjll bomaterial in
the determatlon any contest tbui grow
ing oui of said election.
. senator West objected to tbe present
consideration", and the resolution was laid
Senator S hernia 11 gage notice tbat he
would cejiit Bp &miomr' a
director tbeaomnktesrM prtvrteges and
. 7 . "! 'm " M - -t
president su vWprVsttent of the United
Utiles, and of pTuvidlfig a tribunal to ad
just and decide all contested questions con
When the item appropriating two hun
dred thousand dollar for the Sioux In
dian wh reached, Senator Ilarlan sent
up, and had read, a -communication from
Cowan, acting secretary of the interior,'
setting forth the secretary's information
about the Teton Sioux, staling that iu view
of recent charge in the newspapers, tbat
no such Indlaui existed, an order had
been i-sued ol. ibo 27th ult. prohibiting
ilia auditing and allowing of dltburse
menti for the benefit of (aid tribe, until
further notice. The' communication was
accompanied by a, stateeaettt oi disburse
ments lor the Teton Sioux during the past
Sritator WindomJAid tbe tribe of. In
dians with whom .treaties had been made
on two occasions as Teton Sh 1, still exist,
but thero might be .some quutlon at to
whether tbat was theiV present name.
Senator Tburman said be wa astonished
that thero should be any doubt whatever,
about the existence of a tribe to whom we
were giving money.
Senator Wisdom said that of
tbo $100,000 appropriated to the
Teton Sioux, only $308,000 had
txen expended, leaving a balance of about
$100,000 unexpended, which would bardly
have been lelt If the appropriation hal
been fraudulently procureskf vt-t r
On motion of Senator Logan the amend
ment was adopted, prohibiting tbe sale of
arms or amunition to Indians in tbe
neighborhood of Fort Peck, which Logan
said was not a United Stales ftrt at all,
but merely a private trading post.
The motion was agreed to, ad'tV sen
ate at 4:10, went into executive session,
and soon af le r. ad Jon raaaV
Csicaoo, 11 a.m. Jan. 0. Live hogs re
ceipt tor last 41 hours 10.4SH). Market
acl.ve, 60IOu bigber, range $3 804 5V,
bulk saic t3 95(4 00. Cattle riueipu
1,0 J 7; market sieady with lair demand,
or. jmvi, riuur iieaay. tvoeat neiu
firutlyt little doing. Corn Urm Sic. Oat
better i7u, Bye and barley, nothing do
ing.4 'Wul.ky (leady OJc. PruvUlulia belli
nriuly, lair inquiry, little disposition to
ell. Aird quiot, prime ikso ic nogs
active 3 403 bo, slaughtered to Satur
Cincinnati, Jan. 0. flour nrm.
Wheal firm at f I 63t tto. Oiuer grain
steady. Cotton quiet and unchanged.
VVbi.kev, deady at U9c'. Provision ttrui.
Prk bulk meats unchanged; bacon
uncbaugtd; green shoulders 3v; clear rib
5c; liatiu unchanged, lloga active as
j VUQ4 10, principal sate 4, rcceipll
oo,00u. Lard firm, sleaiu Hlfa kettle
ligut ttepon 1
Sr. Louis, J an. i.t .our quiet and firm
neat spring firui; No 2 reaular $1
t iler Kcl ruary 1 tiu; fail quiet, 2ru;
Mo a red l 7(u)l i5;o-Jl 'JO. Uuru
v. ry firm in good demand, No 2 mixed
3Wa)Jjjc. On 111 belt.-r demand btguer,
2u i uiiX'id 270 Uarlej qul"t unctaned.
Itye firm. No z 74c. P..rk quiet aud un-
cliaugcd. Dry salt meats iu good demand,
but at price D-low tue views ol
sellers. aates of loose clear rib
Sjc;' clear side Uc; bacon nominal; should
er 6 jjc; clear rib 7i7J. J uiear sides
8c. liard, good demand. Sale prime
.team, track, Kansas City 7q cash teller
thutumH. liighwiues steady l9in. Cat
tle quiet, prime and extra native $5 60(g)-
0; iatr to good 5 So, liog brl.k at
i ou(aj3 es. ueceipif, loriy-eignt
Cuicauo, Jan. 0. Flour dull but held
firm. Wheat active and higher, No I
spring nominal: No 'I 1 22 spot;
1 February; No J $1 09. Corn
uqiet, No 2 mixed 20o spot; 31 lu Kebru
my. Uats quiet, No 2 24Jc. Ke quiet
and weak, No 2 tiij00c. Barley firm,
Mo 2 rail u (40oc. rroviiion activo and
higher. Met' pork $! 00 ap.it; $12
March. l.ard higher. 7(IUc spot; 7 jo
March. Meats of all kin firm and nomi
nal! unetigbih higher; green hams 10
pout.d average 77c; bulk "shoulders
boxed 31c: short rlu louse Sic. Whiskey
fair demand at 88c
Hlaeaad Falter (He River.
For il tours tailing at 3 p.p. Jaa. S, 1171.
Si. Paul ........
I avenport ....
l uvaU's tUutT..
Shrcvcport . ..
Little Kock ..
feet expected on tbe falls this rise.
Cloudy and moderating; considerable
slosoy and chopped ice running, but few
cakes of suHciei.t alee to interfere with
boats Wharf llvtly; boat preparing to
leave. Ben1 Franklin Cihcinn'atl', Blue
Wing Kentucky river, and C.l Hill
PitUburar, lelt to-day. sbUllie Uagon will
leave for Cincinnati in the morning. Tug
W. J. Way struck the coal boat sunk here
by ice Friday. Tow busts jbova and It
low falls still watching for floating craft
New OhLEaVk, Jan. C Arrived, P.
W. Strader Memphis. Departed: Alaska,
Pelican and barge Cincinnati. Weather
clear and pleasant.
Nasuville, Jan.O. River rising sfcad
llv, svith 10 feet on llarpeth (boat.
Weather cold and cloudy. Arrived,
Ella Uuir.hr upper Cumberlad.
St. Louis, Jan. C lliver falling
slowly: No movement in the Ico to-day,
gorge now extend from Charleston ave
nue to Can n iolet, thence to the btrrarks
tbe river i clear, and Irotn thero down far
a known lharn I a continuous unrire.
The tugs Fisher and Ainu are at work en
deavoring to break a charnonl through
from Carondolet to the bridge, piers, bui
make ittle he dway.
MBMriiiv, Jan. 6. Clear. River fall
ing. Joe Kinney, Chat Bodmunn nnd
three barge tiaed up Continental
pasted down. Col ton "stead v; receipt 1,
9J5; tipo ts 3,109; rtock '27,787.
Pittsuuuu. Jan C Kiver falling slow
ly, with 1 1 feet. Strong wentber, cloudy,
mercury lrt. Ice at Oil City ims look. 11
and Alleghany consequently putting nut
1t1e amtiunt of heavy Ice. No bt.ats havu
departed on account of heavy floating ice
Several tow and con I barges prepared to
leave a soon as considered safi. Amount
nf coal in barges climated from eight tn
ten millions buhel, and shoul l the wea
thr m favhrahle, It I thought mnt of it
will go out on present watr. Bilness
brisk at I he wharf to-day. BVle Vernon
receiving for Nashville; Annna and Ex
change for Cinslnnate, are announced to
depart to-day If river ari favnMhlw.
OF CUICAGO. ILLINOIS.
CENi'L-OrncE, 172 WashinotonSt.
ACTXVA 1 S650.000.
This Oermin Life Ins trance Company
guarantees not only Paid up Policies but
also a Value ia Cain on the Non-forfeiture
JOHN A. DUCK, . - President
U. KNOBBLHDOKF, - - - Hecrelary
JOHN W. PMJMS,
Agent for Cairo and vicinity.
SECTION SO. 47.
Association for promoting Life Insurance
and .sick Relief by weekly dues and mutual
co-operation In objects ol public benefit.
The Ll e'lMurance Policies wilt lie Issued
by tbe Teatoala Life Insurance Company.
H keyERS, President.
JOHN W. PRUESS. Ao t.
FIRE AND MARINE
1 3ST S TJ .A. IT O B
Alt 9t t) m
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BKTUBUC, Jt. T,
Comprising the Csderwriter' Agency,
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viBiwxx'a ruxo, s.
Obstrrr,Slg. 8r. U.S.A.
Evavsville, Den. C Cloudy till noon,
it is now clear and cold with snsreury 24
to 33, it is now 31. Kiver stationary and
full of flowing Ice. KNp arrivals or de-
parture 01 steamer.
Cincinnati. Deo. 6, Kiver 26 feet e In
cboiand riilog. Peperved yiey Ksgls,,
Cairo; Osn. LiRle; Loulivllle; ' St James,
Maysvill WeatW fair aa4 ealso, tber.
tM ataai; reet f
la taeetutMi lf.tt
BCtJBITT, X. Y.-
Btore, Dwelling . furniture. Bulla and Car
enra, lnare-l at raiea a fairrablea asuad, per
manent aectiritv wll warrant.
I rrapetitfullr ak of the eltlseaa ol Cairo
ahateor lhair palronago.
W. H. Moms,
H. H. Casds
Mo. Pub. and tl. (5. Pom
FIRE, HULL, CARGO, LIVE 8TO0K
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AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO.,
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL. UFE,
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Al ... M....MMMM.n.l,t00,000
Railway pamsnokrs aukakck
CO., BART FORD,
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KENTUCKY JEANS, FETKa,.
LABGE 3TOUK OF CAM-STING
OLT BANDS, .
Ula Entire Ntali
VERY LOW FIGURES.
COBNBB 8TB BT. AND COMMEBCIAL-AY.,
IXS1PIXPRXT, M0X, ,
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eeeMsn eeeoe se t4Ftsxi
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STEAM AND GAS FITTER
Gaa Fittar'a and flambors tnaUnal, Wood
pum , glow, ami anile valr.a, atop
iiH Astav roa
rnrta firathara salsit trj Unm Mt
And MoroaouM.Walla'A'Oo'a Aatematie Wal.'
ln4UMnr andmipply vane rnr iam nouera.
wiMTiea'a Bt.ora. miiwiarttuiTaiii a
IIYLAND & SAUER,
AND DEALERS IN
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
OF EVERY D3CIUPTION,
Corner 10th street and Commercial avenu )
next door to tue Ilylanu saloon.
11-10 tf. CAIRO, ILLS.
i ssatia ia
Eiobtii Stbebt, Between WAsniNOTON
41JolsslB Bltsabsaw siaHl liassssx'a
Keep the bel or Boot, Pork, Mutioa Veal.
I.mti, Saosaae, ote., -ad ara pr epatwd to tarre
"ltitn In I ho moat anfoplartlo manner.
EUTCBEB AMD DEALER IV ALL KINDS 0
Corner Ninetenth and 1'ok.ar Bts.,
Buys and slaughters only tbe best ea'tli
hogs snd sheep, and Is prepared to 011 an)
demand for fresh Beats from one pound U
ten thniiKand pound.
I.A -a r. ate.
L1NEGAR, MUNN k POPE,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
OFFICE WINTER'S BLOCK,
GREEN & GILBERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William ll.dreen, 1
W1ll1.ro U UilUrt, CAIRO, ILMNOIH.
WHpatiia.'altanUoo gltan to Admirallf aad
OFFICE OHIO LEVEE, BOOMS 7 AND 60YBB
fllTT NATintSAI, NAWK.
. CITY HCbiNSKaV,
Merchant, saloon keeper, nmers, teani
iters, and all ether Interested, are hereby
notiued tbat city lleeuses, for tbe year loTx,
will tiXBlre or tbe tret slay M January, loin.
A proospt renewal win aw leqwreu witawa
Hi 9. HewuY, City Clerk.
Our Hom; AdriWMti.
iriVtisiiir aMst; arte.
Wke) waale six?a
EVERY HOTEL KEEPER
Wat alwaya watsu m WuH Utm,
Every Stove Dealer
EVERT MAN, WOMAN OE CHILD
Who destrtt Oealtk by Ooed Ut1a(,
snouio boy onb f
ASK YOUR TINNER FOR THRU.
If be does not have an assertsMBt,
SEND YOUR ORDER TO
EXCELSIOR MANUFACTURING CO.
SAINT LOUIS, MO. '
Wholesale dealers In all kinds ef
AND TO ALL
ITE STOVE DEALS 1
C. W. HENDERSON,
Cenutercial Ave , Cairo, Qts.
W. W. THORNTON'S.
lTJILDRRS SUPPLY DEPOT
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DOORS, SASH, BLIKDg
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REAL ESTATE AGENTS
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JOHN Q. HABMANACO.,
REAL ESTATE AGKXT8
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