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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, JANUARY 25, 1873
CAIRO BULLETIN.
riMMtilM , nllMla Ba ililln
LOCAL WEATHER REPORT.
D. 8. Bio. Sun., Onsitnvitn's Offick. 1
Cairo, Jan. SI, 1872, 10:11 p.m. ' J
Barometer 30.28, and rising.
Thermometer 21 degrees.
Wind northeait.vcloclty 1 mllo 'per liour.
Wtather, clear.
Mailmuta temperature hot SI hours, nt
3. i5 p.m., 20 degrees.
Minimum temperature, last 21 hours, nt
6.30 a. m., 15 decrees.
Preratllng wind last 21 hours, went.
Total number or miles wind travelled, last
SI houri, 203.
Thomas L. Watso.v, Observer.
Large stock of dry e;oods nt C. Iliiniiy's
The largest family lu Cairo numbers nine
children.
F. W. Bkdaiid, a Conner Calrolto,! at tbc
St. Cbarcli.
ONLY one case tn.irrcd tbc illencc of the
pollco court yesterday.
Skvbiul cases ol meningitis arc reporteil
In this city, nearly all among cblldren.
LirtGr. stock of cuttalns and daumk'sat
C. nanu)'i.
MajoU A. J. Aldeu, engrossing and on
rolling clerk of tbc ilatc soiutc, was In tbc
city ycslctday.
Considerable Ice Was linking this point
yesterday in tbc Ohio rlrcr, but not eiiougn
to seriously lutcrfcre with lialgalion.
Mr. C. Wooi)WAiti, representing tbc
Adams express, Is bcre making preparation
to run an express car on tbo Cairo am. Yin
cenncs railroad.
A dozen cars, loaded with freight, were
standing on tbc track ot tbu Cairo and Vln
cenncs railroad on Commercial avc'iuc vis
tcrday, and were unloaded.
Thk county court couu-ucd ycstcrdiy
morning and adjourned until .Monday licit.
The graud jury ol tbc circuit court is now
occupying tbo county court room.
Lauob stock ot wool ;blaukcts at down
pr.ee at C. Hanny's.
The attention tbe Sir Knights of Com
mandcry K. T., No. 13, U requested bv
Kcccrder l'lilllls. This evening drill und re
hearsal will be In order, and a big crowd is
desired.
The Cairo and Viueciiiios railroad com
pany has in use tbo self-coupler, which ena
bles the company to dispe ie with car coup
lcrs who, as ottcn, arc crushed betweeu cam,
and killed or maimed for life.
The Hibernian Fire cnglui,whllc'.procccd
ing to tbe llro in tbe Fourth ward yester
day, was capsized atthe corner ol Commer
cial avenue and Twentieth street. Luckily
no damage was done to tbc machine.
Handsome line .of dress goods at 15 cu
ai u. nanny's.
THK comlctlon of Illatikciihurg yester
day, created considerable surprise, Wank
enburg Is not the best citizen in Cairo, but
he Is not a malicious man, and tlicro Is little
doubt he llrcd nt Median because ho was
frightened and feared bodily Injury.
Median Is not the gcnllcst being In the
world, and lltankenburg Is n timid fellow.
He has applied for n new trial.
Tun grand Jury yesterday returned true
bills ol Indictments ngalnt thn followlngVrr
sons, who aro at present confined in Jail!
Andrew ltaxtcr, colored, assault to murder;
George Hamilton, colored, assault to murder ;
Thomas Wilson, nssault to murder; and
Wm. I). Jones nnil Charles Kinney, larceny.
Tbo last named arc the parties who attempt
ed to get awny with one of l'crry Towers'
horses.
Atttntlon Sir Knlght I A special
convocation ot Cairo Commandery K. T.
No. 13, will bo held nt Maoiilc hall this
Saturday evening, 2.Mh January, A. I).
1S7-1, A. 0. "!', for drill ntid rchcrsil. A
full attendance Is dctrod.
lty order or the K. C.
James A. l'liitxt", ltccorder.
Tnr. proposed lectures of l'rof. Denton arc
anticipated with much Interest by ninny of
our citizen. Wo do not know upon what
subjects tbo professor will treat, but w do
know that he will be Interesting, foiclblc
and eloquent, If not always logical. He Im
presses his hearers with the belief that be
knows whereof ho discourses, nnd never
fails to glo aluable Information to hlsnuilr
cnec". He will open the course about the
middle of February.
IIanhsomi: line or reps nnd llgiireil dc
l.ilns nt C. llalim's.
lNTi:ltKsn:i parties propo'o to change
the character of our river, tlio meandering
Cache, from n naxlgablu to the othel kind of
a stream, Legislation cannot undo the oper
ations of nature, nnd they hau; made the
Cache naxlgalile In one sense of that word.
Quite a large lumber business Is done by
cutting the timber on the banks of this not
exactly noble stream, and floating It to the
mlll!i on its khores, nnd out through Its
mouth Into tbo Ohio. Navigable it is and
navigable It must remain.
William C. Mulkey, i:ii., was appointed
yesterday by tbo court to defend .latum
Forte and John McCarthy, charged with
grand larceny. In this case ho made bis
maiden ell'ort as an advocate, and was heart
ily congratulated on bis success by the mem
ber of tbu bar w ho heard 1 10 speech. Mr,
Mulkey I a son of Judge Mulkey, nnd glws
prumlsn that he possesses much of tbo law
ycrly ability of bis father, and that as a Jury
lawyer he will not long play second llddlu
to any of our lawyers hereabouts.
Navigation between this place and St.
Louis is again suspended on account of let
in tbe river. Three boats started yesterday,
but were compelled to come back und urc
now laying up at tills jiurt lor a clear
stream.
The right of tbc Cairo and YUiccnncs rail
road company o obstruct Commercial
avenue with Its cars, while loudlng and un
loading, will soon bo tried belore the courts.
Anlujuuctbn on tbo couipauy will bring
this mutter to an issue.
The l'aducab 'Cotton l'laut' says the
small-pox is on tbe iuercaso lu Cairo, which
the same is a ery large falsehood ot the
first wator. There are ury lew cases lu the
city at this time not one among tbe while
resident population.
Lakok stock of caipctlngaiid oil cloths at
C. Uauiiy's.
The Cairo and Viueennt-s railroad com
pany cannot long inaluulu Its track on Com
mercial avenue in the present condition.
Tbe company was lu baste to put It down,
and should be lu haste to comply with the
ordinance. It must, you know.
The prosecutiug witucss, Tloibrook, who
was robbed oi $1,000 sccn years ago, bv
John 11. Orceu, came to tbe city last week,
for the purpose of appearing before tbu clr
cult court in tbu case ot the people vs.
Urceu,.lelt tbe city suddcnlyTliiirsday ulght.
Laiige Hock of brown domestics at C.
llanny's.
The masquerade ball of the Turner socie
ty, on the 2Kb ol February, will eclipse
auj thing ol tbo kind ever held in tills city.
Elaborate rirepaiatious are being nude for
It, and tbo people wbo know all ubout such
things say c erj body intends to be prcscjt
auu enjoy tbe KsllWtius.
A You.no tuiu w'as nun led lour years ago
in this city to u well-known oung Uu.
Douiintic troubles separated thcin, A
divorce was tbe result, un Thursday
evening lheymet uguln. 'ihu ccicmon
was performed on the steamer llabbage,
then lying lu this port.
HanpsoMe line of dress goods at C. Han
Dj's. Dancing tciioou-Mr. Charles Hardy
wishes to iutorm tbo publlctbat lie will open
bis dancing school ut Pblibariuoiilc hail, on
l'riday evening, Juu. n, iut gentlemen,
and on Saturday allernouu, Juu. "j, fur
children. Those wishing to attend should
b on hand promptly ut tbe opening ou each
"y- 1-Jl-ts
IPAIlKER'S Compound Extract lluihti has
never been introduced into auy district
In which it did not at once, by its Intrinsic
merits, assert its claims to public favor.
"Wherever It has been offered fur sale tbe de
maud lor It has rapidly Increased. Try a
bottle, and you will soon see the reason for
this. For sale by all druggists, c cry where.
Larue slock of bleached muslin and sheet
lugs at C. Uaiiuy's.
TO TKAVEIXKIta "OOINO IlKVO.Mi THK
Mississippi." Wo have a l.WO mile ticket
lor tule ut the UULLBTI.V ofllcc, Issued to
'the bearer," good for 1B73, over tbc Allan
tic & Pacific railroad, or Missouri A Pacific
railroad and its branches, from St. Louis
through Frsuklln, Mo,, and the Indian tcr
rftery, total length ol roads 70d miles. J22.
M0 lti:WAltI.
Five hundred dollars will be paid by tbo
Cairo & Viucennes railroad for such evidence
as will lead to the arrest and conviction ol
the person who fired Into an 'engine of the
company at the crossing of tbe Illinois Ceo
tral railroad ou tbe ulght of the 21st Imt.
1-U-3U Cuas. 0. Wood.'
HkstTiuno Out! Call at Ilalley's bird
ware store' and see the steam washing ma
uhlnes. Price, $3 and $3 00.
Atiieneu.m. To-night tbe Lament brotl
ers, aslsted by l'rols. Malcy and IMward-,
will give one ol their graud entertainments
at this place. The Lamont brothers urc
universally ackuowlodgcd as star gymnasts',
trapelsts and acrobats. Mr. Al. Lamont
performs the Uifllcult and daring lent of
turning a backward somersault from one
brother's shoulder to that of tbo other. Tim
entertainment will conclude with the laugh
able sketch or " A .Nigger in the Prlze-ltlng."
The admission is low, so that every one can
afford to go.
To Tim Arn.icTKK Dr. Win. Croskey
or New York city, nnd for live years resi
dent physician in ltcllevuo and Charity
hospital, is now stopping nt Delmonieo
hotel, where he can be consulted fur trent
mcnt or all forms of chronic disease. Dr.
Croskey Is neither a located quick nor a
travelling humbug but a regular graduate or
two or tbo best medical schools In America
lie challenges competition In tbo line or
dleascs or which ho makes n speciality.
Go and sec him, examination free. No cure
no pay. 1-23, lw
Uantsomk line of Cashmeres nt C.
ny'n.
Han-
Tun nlarm ol'llre yesterday w as occasioned
by the burning of n frame building on
the corner ot Ohio levee and Twenty-fifth
street, occasioned by a defective Hue. The
building was occupied by Messrs Adams nnd
llaynes as a yawl manufactory und cooper
shop. The proprietors fortunately saved
the largest portion or their materials and
tools. Tbo Deltas claim tbo first water and
got It, their tlrst victory In speed, The om
pany worked finely. It is a bully institu
tion. Tbo Hibernians nnd Houghs worked
with hearty good will. Tbo bouse was
owned by the Calio City Property, was
worth about 100, and was Insured.
GRAND MASQDKItADK HALL.
A gr.md masquerade ball will be given at
Washington hall, Wednesday night, January
'."Jtli, by thu (iennanla Dancing Association.
Tbu managers or the association understand
bow to make the occasion a pleasant ono for
all who may wish to attend, and a good time
fur nil is insured. A cordial luv itatioii Is ox
tended to the public. Let there, bo u full at
tendance Tickets can be had at tbo Mores
of Paul (I. Schub, ituder llros., and J. Ilurg
er. Particular caution will be exercised at
tbc door to see that no Improper liitnider
galn admittance. l.lG-td
W.tNTF.n. Immediately, a good nurse,
Apply to Mrs. Wood Klttcnhouse, 70 Llghth
street. l-2l-3t
Cinci'IT CouitT. The Fourth Day. The
whole or tbo iureiiiion was occupied In
bearing the argument In the Illaukcliburg
case. Tbe case wus given to the Jury at 11
o'clock. It deliberated about an hour and
returned a verdict of guilty of an assault to
murder, and fixing thu time ,ol Imprison
ment In tho state's prison ut one year.
ISIankcnburg immediately moved ror u new
trial. Judge Orecu was on the side or the
prosecution ami Judgu Wheeler and Lin
egarlur defendant.
Tho next case was against Charles Wil
liams, colored, lor stealing a pistol. The
Jury returned a verdict of guilty, und as
sesscd thu valuu of the property stolen ut
ten dollars. A motion lor a new trial was
entered by his uttoruey.
Thomas Wilson (not our Wilson) was then
arraigned for an assault to murder. Webb
was appointed for tho dufenen,
The case ol Andrew Baxter, colored, for
an assault to murder, was called next. Mr,
Wm. Mulkey was appoiuted as attorney for
the defence.
A Jury was empanelled In the afternoon to
fy the case of the People vs. John McCar
thy and James l'oote, tor stealing a lot or
clothing from John SucKbcrgcr some time
last full. The examination of the witnesses
occupied a good portion or thu afternoon,
Late In tho evening the case wus (till being
urgucd by the attorneys. j
RIVER NEWS.
AnntvED.
Steamer J. N. Kellogg, Mississippi river.
" Kavcn, Mississippi river.
' It. A. Itabbago, Mississippi river.
" Quickstep, Kvnnsvlllc.
" John l.umsden, Nashville.
" H. II. Long, South.
" Northwestern, Columbus.
" Poytona, New Orleans.
DFrAItTED.
Steamer Helfast, New Orleans.
" Ocorge 0. Wolff, Sbreveport.
" Quickstep, Kvunsvllle.
" 8. II. Long, Mound City.
" ('lty ol Yicksb'irg, Yicksburg.
" Northwestern, Columbus,
" Po)tou:i, Loufsvlllc.
111(1 NUDDV COAl,.
Slenmboats supplied at any time, both day
and night with cither Lump or Chestnut
Coal, In uny quantity and on usual terms,
at the yard nt Grand Tower, Illinois. Spe
cial contracts offered on favorable terms,
upon application,
H. Y. OLYMIANT, Oclt. Silpt.
D.O. IIokim:, Sales Agent.
CONDITION or THE lUVKItS.
Won't the Ice never quit running out or
the rivers y is the question that Is asked us
every day, but being a poor prognostlcatnr
we have determined not to answer, but we
think that by the middle of next August no
leu will be found in cither river. The Ohio
is again rising nt this place with light scat
tering tcu floating by. Thn Mississippi Is
still putting out leu which Is rather heavy.
That river Is still nu tho decline at this cm),
and Oi I'eet is reported in the channel to St.
Louis. There Is plenty or water for steam
ers I)'. low here. In the Ohio we have agood
boating stage of water with prospect for
more. Special dNpatchcs to thu IIUM.f.TIN
report thu condition of the Mississippi and
Ohio rivers at various places
HUStNTSS AND WEATHEK.
lluslncss continues very goo I, and large
lots or Height Is handled daily by drays.
Wharfboals and steamers loading for vari
ous points.
The snow storm of Thursday night Inter
rupted navigation, and it number of boats
had to seek the bank. Yesterday was clear
and quite coul.
MI'CF.LLANnoUS.
Tbc towi)oats J. N. Kellogg, Haven and
II. A. llabbagc returned from out or the
Mllklppi river, yesterday, on account or
thu Ice being to heavy lor them to proceed
with their barges. The Kellogg lelt her tow
In a safe Ico harbor about 30 miles above
here. The Haven nnd llabbagc brought
their barges back to this port. They will
have to wait until the Ice dlappcars.
The Crescent City will leave to-day with
live freighted barges containing 4,500 tol,!l
In -hiding 00,000 bushels or bulk grain.
The Atlantic will return to St. Louis with
it number or barges a soon as the lee will
permit.
The Hickman packet, Olassow, ran Into
some heavy ice ut tho Chalk banks on her
last trlii to Hickman, which knocked a hole
In her hull ubout two feet above the water
line. .She is having the damage repaired.
, Mr. Uormaii Miller, who has been leech
ing and discharging clerk on J. M. Phillip's
whartboat ror tho past two pears, resigned
his position last night. During his career on
the whurfboat, Mr. Miller has made many
friends by bis square and honest dealings,
and we doubt If there Is a steamboat clerk
that can truthfully say that Miller ever beat
them out ol a singlet package.
Fraud M. Hundley cashier on thn 1. C. rail,
road wharr boat luft for St. Louis yesterday
on business connected with his roads. )Vo
rcioinmend htm to the tender mercies ol the
St. Louis river editors and the chief of
police.
Tho George C. Wolll left for Hcd river
with a splendid trip. Sho has considerable
way freight and upwards of 200 tons for Hed
river.
The snag boat S. S. Long arrived from
below and has gonu to Mound City and lays
up.
Tho City of Yicksbiirg stayed hero until
noon yesterday receiving freight and lelt
with n good trip.
Thu Tom Jasper is now loading lor New
Orleans and will leave about Sunday.
Tbe Quickstep nnd John Luinsdcu brought
In small trips.
The Heirast tills out with corn In New Ma
drid bend.
Courting ain't tho fondest thing we are of,
PHIL. IIOWAUD,
STEAMBOAT BUTCHER,
C'Hjr Nrtttonnl Unok Ilulldlnff.
.Bieial Attention pnut toordfrs trom sten
(xists nluht or itT
AMl'NtitlKVrft.
T "W" o'
GRAND CONCERTS
Will be given at the
ATHENE UM
-ON-
ritlDAY AND SATURDAY EVENINGS
Jim. :i(, it u (I lVb. 1, IHT.l.
nv THE
MUSICAL TALLXT OF THIS CITY,
L'ndertho direction or
VUOV. X. P. CUIITICH.
The first evening wilt be a miscellaneous
toiii-i-n, consisting cr
)i'r.ii.vrie, Si:ntimi:ntai. and Comic
MUSIO.
beautiful " .wHur.ru ...u
CANTATA
OF HUTU
IN Fl.'LL COSTUMK.
Two VOrV nil l-firtllt-rt it.Ai.,..... .. i.i .
I..-'. l-i 'ii tuimirq itull'U
pnnnnt full In i.li.ni.., r ... i '
.............. ,,, ,.,i,:Mt. ,,vl inline
talent ami Industry be appreciated bv u
crowded house ou each night.
Tickets.... ffl C0I.
nescrveci sf.,al), 2S t.eltl( cxin
Pnrsntn nt Ilnrlimiii'i ni.mw r ct...i.
. ... . ........ ..,.(,, in rii.in
street and Commercial avenue, aNoat Itock-
cu .v u i uoos. siore, jo, ii't Commercial
avenue.
OTDoors open at 7, couimcuce at 8.
1-21 Ot. J
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
0. WINSTON,
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
No. 74 Ohio Levke.
Oircrsthe following valuable real cslato for
sole, which Is selected from n very large list
of valuable real estate for sale and lease,
as pros-ntlng very favorable terms for in
vestments: A large two story house, In good repair,
together with 'i lots, on Cross street, near
school house, a No, 1 bargain.
That Hue largo hotisu and lot 0, block Til,
city, on Washington avenue between Fourth
und Filth streets.
Lot No, 8, block No. (I, Ohio L"vee.
Two splendid high lots ou Wnlnut street,
next to corner of Klgth street. Very cheap,
Two lots on Tenth street, between Walnut
ami Cedar streets. Very desirable and will
bo sold cheap.
Three lots on Cedar street, well situated
at n bargain.
Those two line business lots, 15 and 10,
block H, city, on Commercial nvumic, near
corner or Kighth street, on w ich now
stands the livery stable of Miles l'arker.
Possession given first of April.
Four lots on Twenty-first street, near Com
mercial avenuo and freight depot or the C.
and V. rullroad.
Two lots on Commercial avenue, near cor
ner or Thirty-third street. Will be sold
cheap.
Two COOd business lots. 7 nnil U. Iitnnl; II.
city, on Washington hvciiuu and corner of
i-iiieenin street, Directly opposite custom
house
Lots (1. 10. 11 and VI same blnrknnd lnrp.-ir
of last mentioned lots, on Fillet-nth street.
i.ots ti unit in. ijioeU ilO. c tv. on Th rlei nth
street, near Commercial avenue. Price :!00
each.
A tine farm of MO acres, with good Im
provements ut (looso Island, adjoining thu
I a 1111 of (J. (irci-nlco. The soil nnil fur.
tlllt v aro uiiurpased, being rich bottom
land entirely above overflow.
Several well Improved fruit lanns lu Pit
akl county.
lll.OOO acres lllilmnrovi-d lands In Atov.-m-
der nnd Pulaski counties, in bodies to suit
purchasers.
ri.ooo acres unimproved, well timbered
land In Aikans.is, near Osceola, No. 1 cotton
Linus, j uics to all the lorcgolug perfect.
The Perry House. This large and commo
dious nnil well situated house will bo leased
tor a number of vears on vurv advantageous
terms.
Those finely situated residence lots 'Jl, '11
ami !:!, block &o, city, corner of Ninth utid
Walnut streets.
FOll SALE OU LEASH. Lots' In any
part or the city. 1-25 lm
INNUBANCt'.
TKUTUNIA LIFE INSURANCE
OF CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
CKNt'i.-OmcK, 172 WasiiinotonSt.
A.OTIVA, $650,000.
This German Lire Insurance Company
guarantees not only Paid-up Policies but
ulso a Value lu Cash on tho Non-forfeiture
plan,
JOHN A. HUCK, - - President
0. KNOUELSDOKF, - - - Hecrotary
JOHN W. PKUESS,
Agent for Cairo und v iclnlty.
I3ISMAHK UUND.
SECTION NO. 47.
Association for promoting Lire Insurance
and blck Heller by weekly dues and mutual
co-operation in objects of public benefit.
Tbe Lilu Insurance Policies will be issued
by the Teutoula Lire Insurance Company.
II. MEYKH3, President.
JOHNW. I'KUESS, Ao't.
2V11t for Cairo and srlrlnlty.
FIRE AND MARINE
znsrsuiAisroE
COMPAWIK8.
N1AOARA, N. T.,
A.sets l,iJC,116
QKRUANIA, N. T.,
.t,oea,:i 78
Our Homo AdvortiaorB.
AsseU
UANOVKB, N. T.,
Assc-ts 720 t2 OU
HEfUULIC, N. Y.,
Assets TK.tU 00
Comprising the Underwriters' Agency,
TONKERfl, N. T.,
Assets 676 464 M
ALBANY CITT,
Aasots 463,103 23
virbmkn'b fund, b. r.,
Assets. e;e.80o
BKCDRITY, N. Y. MARINE,
Ktnot 1,432, M9
Stores, DwellinRs, Furniture, Hulls and Ca
Kirs, Insure'! ut rules as fsynrableas sound, pa
mniieni Ht-ciiriiT win wRrrsn (
I respe.-tfutljr Rsk of Hie cltisoos of Cairo
snare i ini-ir PHironsKe.
W. It. Momt,
Notary Public.
11. 11. Candee
No. Pub. and U.H. Dam
F1IIK, HULL. OAROO, LIVE STOCK
ACCIDENT, LIFE,
iKTNA, HABTFOni),
6,MJ,S0t 9
NOftTH AMERICA, PA
Asot 2,7,O0O 00
IIAUTKOIID, CONN.,
A"' - 12,61 ,21o 72
I'ilCENIX, HARTFORD,
A,ts M J1.781.H6 se
INTERNATIONAL, N. Y.,
Assets 11,363,808 1
FUTAAM, IIARTKOKD,
Assets 7M,937
CLEVELAND, CLEVELAND,!
Anets 1415,073 to
IIOUE.COLDMUUS,
Assets 1S9,278 43
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO.,
Assets , f flOO.WJO (,
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL. LIKE.
Assets m 830,000,000 00
TRAVELEIia1, HARTFORD, LIF AND
ACCIDENT,
Asset tl.MO.OOO 0
RAILWAY PASSENCIERfl ASSURANCE
i.imni:it.
W. W. TJTORNTOK'B,
BUILDERS' SUPPLY DEPOT
lilj TKNTII STHkT.T,
3rou
Doora. NsMb.Mllmlr'. 7IoiiMln,i,
ve Qnltcra, ( wood) Wl uitiiir nu! Dons
Frame, rioorloir, I.atti,
RblaiKlM, ttlaaod Nnab, Ulnaesl Ntitr
IJchtu, fJlasexl Trnuaomsj,
NSMh WcifftiM, Nash PnlllrH and C
Blind FaalctiliiKK, Hootlua;
fell, UtMiflMK IVinriit, t'lt.nrli
I'aiirr, Carx-l tvii, lUiltr
IjmI, I.IiikmI OU, Aiucrlttnn Wlivtot.
(JliSMst, tiNli iinill'ri-.u It
rll JluM, I'lillj-, il'ntirr' l'omt
Newer IIm-h I'alcnt 4'liliniii-yH,
., Ktc, Kit,
4 OKNT.1 for I'.riek Riser purer Comr.'nv'
J.X. btinnlliin Knit (juiirliC.liion:
II, VV John's !.iiiiros-l li-iofuu: nlwav 1 1
Imhl.
S. WALTKHF,
HARD and SOFT LVMI'IiB
o erery t'.'rlt-ln ti,
LATH, SHINGLES, CEOAI! Pfir.h
DOORS, SASH, HMXDS
OHDEKS SOLICITED.
Steamiioat Lumde It,
Furnlsbe-1 on ebnrtcst ootlcr,
Cotarocrcial-av, bet. 10th and 1 1 tla-ntn..
CAIRO ILLIKOItl.
It It Y 41 l O I Si.
CO., HARTFORD,
V'sets.,.,
ApscIs..,.
...600,000 00
INDSPINDKNT, DOSTON,
.,.,8C2 00
SAFFORD, MORRIS Sc CANDEE,
91 Ohio Lowe,
'72. FALL AND WINTER '73.
C HAN NY.
LARGE STOCK.
11110WN SHEETINGS,
PRINTS,
TiGKirraa.
CHECKS,
1Kb
S T It I 1 E S,
KENTUCKY JKANfi, XXTRA,
OASSIMEUS.
li JLlST Xj a.
BLACK ALPACAS
LUSTEItS,
GitOSUAlN SILKS,
LAUOK STOOK OF OARf STING
OIIi.OLOTUS,
If ATTIKO,
Window Nliadai,
01 LT HANDS,
NOTTINGHAM LACE
DAMASK6.
Ilia Entire Ntork
AT
VEKY LOW FIGUKK8.
CORNER 8TH BT. AND OOMUEnCIAL-AV.,
Cairo. Illluola.
splllf
MII.I.INKIIC
SELLING OFF AT COST
MRS. MARGARET JACKSON
Fonncrly Sminiler, liitoiulln to remov
to Kt-iitiieky, desires to illsiioce or lu-r lary
and elegant stock of
MILLI1TEBY
Innnr-illatcl)-. In onlor to fiicllllt:it tbo ml
ol tier goods, Sirs. Javkson lias determined
to out-r i no
ENTIKE STOCK AT COST
And Invites tbo ladles ol Cairo and l-'-::tj-
i" iuii nu hit ii inuj- uesiro fc'oou iiarRains,
GOODS ARE ALL NEW
Tbe mn.stof tbrm Ii.ivIiil' been hplnrinil
tbo lato fall styles, beneo tbo ladles bavo n
rare opportunity to iiireliasu new nnil Insb
ionablo milliiiery at rost prlt-ii. Tbr stock
coiiMsiN oi nais rintions, llowers, bolery.
ladles it nderwear. etc., etc. ll-nutf'
MRS. McQEE,
On Eighth Btreet, lielween Commercial anil Wash
iiKiuii aiduuoi, i iiaur receiving
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
nr Tm
LATEST FALL AND WIHTKU BTYLKU.
Results full line of
"BOITITETS &c HATS
ITrimmcit snrt untrimmed.l
FI1ENCU FLOWERS, HIUllONB, TRIMMINGS
of all kinds, Laces, etc., etc..
Mrs. McOee has atsn a larva uinrlmni n
r uvy Aiucies, sucn us
.NECK This, COLLARS, UNDKKflLKE VEa,
And all oilier articles usually found In a
FIUST-CLASS MILLINERY STORE
Jlrs. Slcflep. in addition to lior stock of
ancy and Millinery Ooods. lias a (Intone and
complete assortment of Cincinnati Custom
Made Ladle' and Misses' Klines nntl I 'lilt.
drens' Hoots, lllack and in Colors. Tbcso
are aeknowlcilscd to be the tlnest and best
(iocs in me marker, ana tins is tue only
uc lu tbc city tbat makti tucm a specialty
BARCLAY BROTHBBS,
M'HOLESALU AND RETAIL
DRUGGISTS,
JtTO. 74 OHIO L1j-V3E-
Rulail and Proscription
Corner Wasblneton Ave,
and L'lgbth street.
p:
lPAINTV
Ol A.5
VARNISHES
WINDOW
Si
laMlcDMPANV i
HHWllICIIin HH ,R 1
CHEMICALS,
SIM STUFFS !H
PClDaVn BiisiTrat'ia
laHl
SfHBRUSHE
I I IIMI I Ml ! KH.fi'iaHfl
CHEST PJ10TECT0JIS.
or i li.-iiiuils and rabbit sklti,
rr Weak ItiUtfs.
At IIARCLAY I1ROS.
CIILoitATL
LOZENGES
rou .soiti: throat,
I'n pared nnd sold
Y ll.VRCLAV RROS
HOIISB AM)
CATTI.B MKDFCINKs
And Disinfectant for Stable
At IIARCLAY I1ROS.
r. FIKE CIGARS,
"1IONKV IlL'IV
"10U.SO AJILRICA,
And ''t'lilversal Standard. "
-"r At IIARCLAY RROS.
ATHENEI'M.
ATHENEI'M.
MAMtO.VH,
.MR. T. It. Tt.'ltNItri.L I
respectfully announces tbe appearance of
tbc Kreat lolln lriliii-,
OLE B XT ILL
IN ONE GRAND CONCERT.
TULSDAY EVENING, JA.MMHY t!S.
Assisted by tbo followlii" ciiiliiont and pop
ular Artists.
MI.SS (SRAZIELLA RI DCS WAV,
KWI'lt...
SIGNOR FERHANTI,
iiautio.m: cohio,
PROF. JOSEI'H II. DE.VCK,
MAXINf AN l t'tlMll'CIOR.
Tbe Concert will commence at 8 o'clock.
Adinlson Jl. Re-ered seats U) cents
extra, to be obtalnad at llartiuiiu's storo ou
and after Jan. 'Jjtli.
Tbo jrrand llanoforto ued at tills Concert
are from tbe celebrated manulactory of
in. Knabo St Co., Ilaltlmnre. 1-21 til.
Ill I.I.I ms
BIL LIJLnDS.
i
ST. NICHOLAS j
lilLLLlAItD HALL
HARRY "WALKER l'rop'r,
Tbls bout-o I newly fitted up wltb two
oxcellcnt
BILLIARD TABLES
And two tine
JENNY LIND TABLES
Tbe saloon Is stocked Willi tbe bes
lirauusol
WINES,
LIQUORS,
ami CI OARS
are compounded In tbo most approved style
ESTComo and sec for yourself.
UINI.M AND l.ltiUUUM.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
OHIO LKYXl
CAIRO. ILLINOIS,
Also, keep constantly on hand a most com
plete stock of
BCOTGII AMD IUI8II WU18KIIS
0 I N H,
Hott, Madorla, Shorry and Catawba WInos
RUMYTn 4 CO. sell exclusltely for cash, to
. which fact their inTllu ii,a ...ni.i ...11
turn of close harirain bujers.
F. M. STOOKFLETII,
si'ccmoa o roun a STOciniTU
lUcltrer una Wholesviie neale In
t'orrliin iDd Iloinrallo
WINES AND LIQUORS
No. 02 Omo Levif,
C41BO, ILLINOIS
TK keens on h&ntl rnnatanllv a full atoeko
ClOhl Kentucky Uoutbim, lire and MoBoaia
aela Whliklci, French Brandies, II ol au
us auu voiuornja moss
CRYSTAL SALOON
AND
REA DING ROOMS.
MICHAEL COYXE, Propriuior.
(Ot.Il I'OMr OFFICK HT.l.Ml,)
Corner Sixth street and Commercial Ava.
The be-t brands cl Clears, choice Wluei,
Liijuors, etc., aluayson band.
tuTOpcn day and nlg-lit. jrx
Oij liB E LJION ICO
SALOON AND HEADING MOMS
Aff WINTER'S BLOCK.
PARKER & lONTAGTJE
i'roprlttors.
..STTJie best brand of Cl(far, ebolec
Wines, l.liUor,etc, always oil baud tf
EL DORADO
MILLIARD SALOON AND I1AU-KOOM.
JOII.-V OATEN. Proprietor.
loe Commercial Atenne, CAIRO, ff.LINOK
He.l brand of Callfe tactarsu recei.vJ,
1IILLIARI) saloon furnished with the Lest
oftabestand bar supplied wltb wines, liquors
and clears of thenest bratel.
LTTTLF KENTUCKJAN
SALOON
AN'Ii
(Open Day and Night.)
J. E. PARKS, Proprietor,
Ohio Lcvcc, bet, 4th and.Otb street,
CAIRO, ILLS.
-MEALS AT ALL HOURS.
A lino new Dlnins Hall with every con
von ence hi been added to this popular
Hctiuirant, and thn guests will tinu every
requisite for tbelrHccomodatlon.
THE HILL OF FARE
eonlsts of every substantial and delicacy of
tbe season. '
THE IB-AJR,
is supplied with the
CHOICEST LIQUOIiS.WINES & CIGARS
ESTMIxed drinks prcparod with care.
11-10 tl.
ItKAI. ENTATK AQENOl.
0. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
id
AUCTIONEERS,
74 (skconu floob) omo LKTIT,
CAino, ILLH,,
LlOT AND SxLL REAL E8TATI,
PAY TAXES,
FURNISH ABSTRAOTS OF TITLB
And peepsre OonTeranofs ofKlndl!
John i. Ilannan. Cbas. Thrupp.
.IOIIN Q. IIARMAN & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
COLLECTORS
CONVEYANCERS.
North Cor, OtU (. and OliloLoTee-
Cairo, Illinois.
Abstracts of Title, Convevauclu iuad a
specialty. Real Estate bought and sold.
jar'lVxss l'aid, ate.

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