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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SUNDAY, JANUARY 2G, 1873
CAIRO BULLETIN.
rablleatlon Olltte. UallMIn lln lldlii
Wtuhlnslon Arenae.
LOCAL WEATHER HEFORT.
U. S. Sto. Sr.n., 0nr.nvr.n'8 omen. 1
CAllto, Jail. 85, lis'.!, 10:11 p.m. J
IUromctcr30.nl, nnd lulling.
Thermometer 25 degree.
Wind norlhcast.vcloclly 1 mile per hour.
Weather, clearing up.
Maximum t mpcrature last 21 hour-, at
2 p. m., 'ii degrees.
Minimum temperature. lat SI hour?, at
S a. in., 15 decreet.
lrealllnz wind tat 21 hour, north.
Total number of miles wilid travelled, hit
21 hours, M.
llalufal., .03 Inch.
Thomas? I.. Wat$ox, Observer.
Laroe (lock of dry good at C. Ilanny'.s
Religious sen Ices at all utir churches to
day.
at
Maqueraders
John scheel's.
van obtalu costumes
Opt. Fred It. llu-lon of Evatmllic, 1;
registered at the M, Charles.
II. M.'nurnsldo and family ol Indlanopolis;
Iud., arc booked r.t the at, Charles.
Laiigi: slock of cuitaliis and damask's at
C. llauu)'.
Capt. Win. Kelz.iT, ol tliu Mlslsippl Ex
tcuduu Conn .it ralliu d. 1- in lids city.
County court will concnc to-morrow
lnonilii" fur l lit- transaction ol criminal uuu
probate business.
The graud jury did not return any Ijdlct
meiit" yesterday. Tticy will a-seiuulc a.i.n
to-moriow liioru.iu'.
woul blanket at down
Preaching at tlio cbilsiiaii church 111 I
loruuuu ana tnl vNuulni,' ui tliu Usiialiiouis
by LM.r c. c l.jud ol a.Ktiuuu, 1cj..i.
LaUUK stock, Ol
pr.ee ut C. lluiui V
HALT I JlaiUuiADLi;: JPisqucradi
cnsiunie-, una lalso lacc-niasKs mr salu or
hiru Juriu0' tliu season ul John schecl's
hall. Jaii-Jj-lm
flio Cairo and Vitiecnnes railroad hat
put lu a switch alongside tliu track on Coin
wcrci.il uenuc, lioin l uulitli Direct down
iioikiucn wcio cxtcuilitij,' it below si.Mn
street yesterday.
There seem, tu be, ami wo iodcvc then
n, a uilsUlUertauUli between lals ui 111
gelillu Caliu 'sun,' and the 1'ulasU l'allloi
ol tu gentle- " a0'B'ouer. JLavl Isciuel uiiu
A a'ouer toi beailii-'.
Dtr.t) On Twentieth street, between
Commercial ncnue and Onto luce, at the
roldctico of John Mo lnitn, ltudnlph Pat
ter-on, njrod 2."i j ear?, ol pciiftmionla. Dr
cca'cd luatcn a wllo nnd one child, Funeral
will tako placo on Monday t2 o'clock, p.m.,
at which tlmejitralti Will leave Eighth street,
for Villa Rldcc. Friend and acquaintance
arc cordially lmlt'd to attend.
South, the saddler ol Commercial avenue,
comer of i;tti srect, is Mill aiiio uuu uc
slra the pubPc to bear In mind that In will
II harness, fiddle and bridles a cheap
i rood work, and toek will pennll. Old
harness repaired, varnl'hed and olleil at a
small co-t, making them o gonl as new.
Older llllcd at short noilcc. (live mc a
call. tiiomw sotmi.
Hf.stTiiino Oct! Call at Hallcy' hard
ware store and see the steam washing ma
chines, l'rlce, fl and 3 50.
V lively race between the steamboat"
Northwestern and Idlcwlld was wltne-cd
bv a Inrse number of our citizen jestcrdny.
when the boat came Into -Uht, the Idle
wild wa about halfn mile bclilud.but in the
race from below the lerry landin.'. she
gained on the Northwctcrn at every rcsolu-
tlon of the wheel, and by tin lime they
made tho landing the was only hall her
length behind.
Wantt.H. Immediately, a (rod nure.
Apply to Mrs. Wood Rlttcnhouse, 70 Eighth
tree!.
On Thursday, while John Lyons at Utile,
w.i umLr the Intlueiioe of Ibpior and lloui.
Milnir a pltol, one of the chitnbns dls
charged, the contents hlltlng Johu Pruett
in the nbiiomeii. cntcriiig lil lungs. Dr. II.
Ward"cr of this city, was telegraphed for,
lie went up and did all for Truett he could
iiudcrlhe circumstance, but think Ins case
a critical one. l.voiii and l'ruett wore hard
working men.
and figured tic.
Handsome line of reps
lams at C. lUuny's.
Mr. Arnold has completed his census
from the point up to and including tin
touth sldu ul Mnih trcet. lie lu luuuu
thu pojiulatlun or tiijjo j,ims v, bt
three luuutaud persons. Among them an
live hundred coloreu peijiu.
HaxoS'.imk liuo of dre35 guods at 13 eN
atO. lljuuy'a.
The Mound C'ly 'Journal' ha this to sny
'f our lat' ly appointed ccn-uvtaker :
Joe Arnold of O.dio, constable, ilep ity
s ienir. ilelectlNe. local cl tor. etc.. lalel. lias
airiit'il uut lu a new cliaractcr. lie ha- been
i'liinliiVL'il bv tho eilv to take the
en. u. of Cairo, and he 1- Jut
Jie mill lor t ho bll- ne-. lie li.i
inl-hed tho lii'sl ward, In which ho limb.
a iiuiiulallon of I, tut soul-. 400 n which ate
I'ulored. Don't stretch tho thiuir any. Joe
nit pIVH ii alulr eiiimt; let iikiiow precise
ly wnat the population ol Cairo Is.
To Tin: Arri.tcTi:i). Dr. Win. Croskcy
of New .York city, and lor live je.irs resl
dent physician ill llelluvuu and Charity
hospital, i now stopping at Dchnmiieo
hotel, where he can be con-ulted for treat
iicul of all lorins of chioiiio dl a-c. Dr,
Jroskey Is neither a loea ed ipi ick nor
ir.iU'llinghiiinbiig hut a regular gradu.ito ol
two of tliu best medical schools lu Ameilca
lie challenges -competition in the line of
lleases ol which he makes a speciality
fio and see liiin, examination free. No cure
no pay. K-'J, iw
Don't fail to attend the grand nwqucrai!t
ball 10 be given at schecl's hah on Wednes
day iilgtit, iy the Ocnnalila Dancing a.-o-clali
n. Aniinitatiuu i etnded to id.,
sud tbcre i no doubt a grand, good ttuit- loi
all wbo may go, U m store.
Danci.no fidiool Classes having bcci
organize J, herealler the young geullemeir
class will meet on Mondays aUd Ibursda.
at s o'clock p. m., and children's ela-- een
fcaturda; at J o'clack ji. lu.. at I'ldlluriiloiui
hall. i.-jot CllAicLLs 11ai:iv.
I .
caiy ice ran out of the Ohio river
yesterday. No steam boat came down
ouu none departed Irom up thu ilui.
in me mewsry of the old. st luhabiianl,
'old I'robabilltle." never duarrangd bu-.-nes.
on tne rher more ,bau during tli.
winter.
HaMisoMi: Hue of Cashmeres at C. Man
ny s.
About three hundred tickets, reserved
eats, lor the Ole Hull concert on Tuesday
nlg'it, have been alrea y disposed of. The
Ic-liu of our people to hear tliu great violin
1st is lutelie; wo do i.ot think that the
Athcnetim will accomodate all tho-e who
intend imrcha-iug tickets, and believe that
i second colli ert in this city on Wcducsdav
dghl would draw a crowded hou-e. The
:uuipany is posted to glu a concert
.vansll!c on Thursday nlht. They eoul
.eliialn here over Wednesday nlht and
nl.ansil!e in duo sea-on, by starting Irom
acre on Ihurrduy morning.
RIVER NEWS.
l'OKT OF CAIItO.
Two more ol the parties caught In tin
fcena room last Tuesday mght wcu
yesterday brought up bctorc Judge Uross,
under the gambling act. The police making
the arrest fabed to prove a ease against
them and the prisoners were dlschargtd
from custody.
Laiige stock of caipeting
C. Uauuj's.
and oil cloths at
The Pulaskl'l'atrht proposes to sccuictbe
terminus ol the Cairo and Vtneeni cs ral'
road at Mound , lty, If we don't null ncstei-
ing the company with lawsuits and nil that
kind of thing. The threat will have the de
sired ettect. The road may knock u- down
am we thall not whimper lu complaint.
Tho nest regular comtnrnlcatlon
ol Cairo Lodge .No 237, A. I and A M., will
be he d at Ma-milo hall to-morrow (Mondaj)
evening at 75 o'clock. VMting brothels
arc cordially Invited to atten-:.
II. V. llUKK, secretary.
t&W ItKWAltD.
rive hundred dollars will be pa d by tin
Calio & Vltieennes railroad for tueh evidence
ns win ieau 10 tne arrest and conviction ot
the p'-rson who fired Into an engine of the
company at the cros-lng of tho Illinois Cen
tral railroad on the night of the 21st Inst.
l-24-3t. CHA8. 0. Wool).
I. Aito r. stock of brown domestics at C
llann)'a.
TO TltAVKl.LI.llh "(iOINO IJEVnXK Till
.Mlbhlhsirn." We havu a l.fj mil,, tlflc-t
lor sale at the IIULLKTI.V olllce, Issued to
"the '.earer," gond lor lsira, over the Allan.
tie x racuie railroad, or Missouri .V l'aellle
railroad and Its branches, from .St l.oui
through Franklin, .Mo., and tho Indian u-r
iiiurv, loiai iciigiii 01 roam VJS miles. Jjj.
Col. II. A. Nealo of Maylicld, Kcntuekv
islnihecl-yonbls way to lllandvllle, Hal
jaru (oui ty, to attend a meeting of citizens
at that place, on Monday, In t laa In
lertsi or the Cairo and Tenne-see Itlur
Jlallroad comanj. Col. Nealu Is very mil. h
Interested lu the success of this project, anil
Is spending much of hi. time and money In
bringing it into public favor.
Arrivals at the il, Charles yesterday were
J. 1. (losinau, Adams Kxprcss Co.; J
Udell, American l.xpresfc Co. j J. I:. Jtobln
Bi-", C. end V. railroad ; J, i;. DaW, West
Point-, Miss J, Shall'ter, Meinphl ; O. W
jiuumsuii, iiorida; u. Trelisdoill. fct
Loul.; It. William, Cincinnati ; 11. a
oeai, Jiayucld, Ivy. ; !. M, Dugiin, Uollvar.
Tennessee; I.. J:. caulpaugh, Ky.
Cakd ok TiiANKs.-ThTrel wish lo re
turn my thanks lo the elilzens ol Cairo gen
erally, and especially to the Delta I'lre com
pany, for their ellorts ta save my pr 'ptrty
on the occasion ol the lire on Friday last
and had it not been for the timely arrival
and excellent i Hurts of that couijiauy, tho
Cm would have taken my all.
Iteipcctrufly, C. IUVNcj,
MI'SION SUNDAY SC.IOOL.
The lease held by the .Ml Ion Sunday
or the u-e of the Christian church on KI,
leeiilli street, having run out, and the com
inlttce not being able to release tne same
louse, or any other suitable place, the Mis.
ion Sunday school have accepted the oiler
jI the hupeilutcndont and will meet at his
esldeiice at the orphan asylum every Sun
lay ut 3 p. in , until lurther notice. Tne
rlendsol thu school uru linltnl to come and
t.ke part by lending a helping hand.
J. 1'. Oamuli:, Snp't.
J. W. Stevvaht, Sec'y.
Aimivui).
Steamer City of Chester, Mcmphl.
.loiiu Kiignur, Ciiiciunau.
1 Hobert Mitchell, l.uuUville.
' I lewlld, Mcmphl.
' Noithwistcrn, Collimbu.
1 Dcxtern, aN'uw Orleans,
nn'Aiar.t).
Steamer Joe K nney. New Orleans.
tiouii iviiguur
" Hubert Mitchell, "
" John I.umsdeii, Na-hvllte.
1110 MUlliY COAL.
Slcainlip.it.upplled at any time, ttoth day
and night with either l.uinti or Clicslnut
Coal, In any i)uaullly an , on uual term,
at the yard at (irand Tower, Illinois. ,pe.
clal euiitracl ottered on Javoraulo term,
upon application.
II. V. OLvritA.ST, Cleti. Stipt.
D.O. l'ohilK, Sales Agent.
COMUTIUS or TUK 11IVKKS,
the lee In the Ohio luerea-cd In iiuatitttv
uul strength nUht belorc last and all day
olerday. The river wa full of sharp
tllnty leu which m.uio a grating uul-e a- It
is-ed against the sides of the flouting cr.ilts
In.th- harbor. The Ohio I rl-Ing fa-t at
this point nnd the rl-c will iirobahtv bu
ulllctelit to release the steamer Illinois Irom
her confinement at Islti'nl No. 2. Verv
heavy and ug.y lookln lee went out of the
Mis-lsslppt yesterday, and the fcrrv boat
mad-one trip during the allernoon. lloats
outol the Uh.o yesterday reported the Ice
above raducah coming down very
heavy, nnd experienced con-lder.iblo dull.
.ilty running through, Tho leo of the
ulghl before lat parted the head chilli ol
one of the wbarlboaK Navigation I- vir
tually su-pthded in boat risers tor the pre
elit. .More leo ha- p.iseu out of
thu Ohio thl- winter than was ever known
before by our o dc-t rc-Ideut.,
Special dispatches to Tin: ni'i.i.i:Ti.v re-
poit the condition jf the Ohio and Misls
Ippl liver- at various places.
HUst.VKSS A St) WKATIlr.lt.
There was considerable litu and aiilmatloii
about thu levee, and tonuatru wa eoiul to
the demand. Tho weather was eloudv and
oinewhat moderated. It commenced snow
lug nt 4 o'clock In the afternoon, and was
coming down with a hearty "ood will when
we closed our report.
Mt-CKLLA.Vr.OUS.
I he John Kiignur and Mitchell, out ol the
Ohio, had all the freight they could carry.
aim reported running through veryheaiy
ice aliovo raducah.
The towbuat I'eytona was unable to pro
cccd up thu Ohio with her tow, on account
in the ice, aim ha- gone Into a safe Ice har
bor below thu coal vard.
1 hu bargu Cora was broken loose from the
Iry dock by ihu leu ye-terdav. and was
lauded below the coal yard bv the -tu
Cache.
The City of Che-tor brought up several
hundred bales of cotton, she is now load
Ins: for Memphis ami all wav tminu.
will leave with di-p.itch.
The John l.iimsdenlelt for Nashville with
a full trip.
The Idlcwlld arrived yesterday with her
wheels badly crippled, onc-half of one of
them beli.g entirely gone. She had to lay
up at Point Pleasant some time n pairing
them. She has laid up here on ac-
c lunt ot the l. u and In the mecntlme w ill
repair her whei I.
ino orthwcstcrn went down .vt night
to pun tho Illinois oil Maud :.o. 2. Thu
Illinois bad her engineers on board and was
raising steam yesterday afternoon, and It Is
very probable that she succeeded In getting
on.
The Dexter left Columbus alt.-r the Idle
Wild yesterday with ber wheels badly u-ed
up by the lee, and will he found in port this
morning.
Homo Advcrtsicmcnts.
ami's i:mi:.nti.
GUANJ) MASQUERADH BALL.
(Irand M.isquerado Hall will he given nt
WASHINGTON HALL
WIUIMhtl.tr MISHT, .I.VXI11IIY 20.
ii v Tin:
(S HUMAN I A
DANCING ASSOCIATION
The nunacer of the noclatlon under-tfllul
how to make the ocea-loii u pica-ant one for
.ill who may wl-h to attend, and ngood time
for all Is lnurcd.
A CORDIAL INVITATION
I KXTHNTKIl
TO TUB PUBLIC,
l.tt there be a full attend nice. Tickets can
lie had at I lie -tore- of
PAUL 0. SCll V II.
nuDF.it imos
nnd J. IH'Kr.F.n.
Trirr.irtlctlhr caution will be exercUedat
the doorto e that no improper Intruder
u-.iln admittance. l.td-td
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
NEVER KiN OWN TO FAIL
VL'llKXKUM.
atiii:m:l'.m.
Ml!. T. 1!. TFIINHUI-I,
repectfully annouiice. the appearance of
the great violin virtuoso,
OLE B TJLIj
IN ONE OF, AN I) CONCFllT.
tufsd.vv i:vi:mn(. JAMMUY 2S.
As-I-teil by the following eminent and pop
ular Artists.
MISS UltAZIKLLA KIDOWAY,
.SOl'UA.MI.
SIONOIt FEIUJAXTI,
ls.vit'iioM: CU.111C.
PROP. JOSEPH II. UENCIv,
1'IANISI' AM) CMI.VltL'CTOIt.
The Concert will commence nt 8 o'clock.
Ailud Ion $1. Itc-erved -cat- f0 cent
extra, to bu nbtalnad at llartiuan's store on
and after J.m 'Jotli.
The craiid I'iaiiofintc u-cdat thl Concert
are from the celebrated manufactory of
Wm. knabe A Co., Haltlmore. 1.21 td.
THOMPSON'S
FEVER & AGUE POWDERS,
i on tiik rmiMANKNT cum: or
CHILLS AM FKVKH, 1)1 Mil AfllJi:
OK ANY 1'OIIM OF l.M FHMi I-
ll.XV Fl.VFII.
in: r.KEATES'FlTia'ovKia' of tub
A(!KI
Chcro urn no ilKcases so flrhlllhitln? In
Iheir I'lleet- iition tin- iiiii -1 1 1 1 1 1 1, ii in II...
above, and none more illlcull to eiiiV by
tin Usual mode ol liraellee. 'I bo herr and
Vk'llu Powders will HI i. ii ciiri to i...-i- ul
the longest standing us well a prove a pic
veiithe In the foriiilng stages ol the disease.
Helllgpurel) vegetable, lln v net with i:e
t nty on thu disease, totally eradicating It
Irom Ihu sjsteni, and pieu'lit n return at
any inline period.
liV wa-tn tint' moiipr unit Im.itili In M i.
lug every medicine )oii liear of, when
I houip-ou's Keverand Ague l'ow'ilers have
neer tailed to cure tho Chills in any cae.
tKASONS WIIVTHKY lIMA'SHOrLI)
111 LSEI).
Their renutatlon I eslabll-bcil. Thou.
sands of te-tlinonlaN have In en received.
Iiou lll'- that he-u Imwibos loin, t i.rloriin.il
uui.iele.. In curing cine- ol longstanding,
many of them con-ldered hopeless.
There Is no il-k In Inking them. 'Ihev
contain nothing injiirloii-, and, theielore,
none oi me iingerim; d -eases so o ten the
lilt of Ihu 111:111V lio-tl inn- nl flu. ihiv.
Physician-recommend th-in as sunerlor io
lUlulne or any other known leini'de. Ii r
they leave the sistein In a healthy state, and
the patient be olid thu probability ol a re
lapse. iii:wai!i: or coi'NTiiitriM is. ti,i
genuine are put up In siiuaru tin bo.e-,wlth
l ll(MI'.i)N'.- l i; i:it AND A(il i; POW
Ili:i; -tamped on the lid, and the slgintlire
ol Tiiioilo.v A- fit uvKouii on the wrapper
so inner can pus-iuiy 00 gellllll:e.
Handsomk line of dress goods at C. Ilau
ny's.
A lady of our acquaintance recently pur-
c'ia-ed u bottle of Parker's Compound
r'luid Kxtaact lluchu. Shu was complain
ing ol being very bilious ati-i feeling pel
.eclly uu-eraijiu ; uer si:iu was as yellow u-
,-old. Alter taking It fur u few dajs the
change was a-tonlsliing. Thu sAlu was as
Icar and bright a ever, nnd she said that
though she had Liken but half tho contents
ot ihu boitle, its cll'ects had been wonderful
hu never louked or felt better in her life
Parker's Compound Fluid Fxtract llueliu
certainly has a most wonderful power ot
cle iii-lug tho skin and making the complex
ion clear and hcauttiul. Fur talu by all
druggists, everywhere.
I.Aiuii: stock of bleached muelluand sheet
ings at C. llauny's.
Tho concerts advertised by l'rof. Curtice
to take place on l'rlday and Saturday nights
of this week will certainly be among th
mo-t delightful entertainments w u have been
favored with this winter. Onl'ilday night
the programme wlllcon-i-t of mlsccllaiieou
song- and Insluuuclital inuslu of availed
character, the singers and performers being
our best home talent. On Saturday the can
tata of It th, pronounced to be exceedingly
tine, will ho presented, l'rof. Curtice ile
hCrcto jo patronized In this enterprise
his endeavors to build up a enu-eratory ol
tmi'lc, If successful, will prove a great belie
lit to the i Ity, and our pcnplu cm spend
their money In no better way than lu lur
therlng tho plan of Mr. Curtice, since tle y
will rccelc in return an evening ut pure.
and pleasant enjoyment,
A lakur stock of shirting checks mid
liiiseya nt U. Mutiny's.
ClliCL'IT Co UUT Filth day. Tho J'lry In
thu case of the people vs. Junius Footu and
John McCaithy, lor larceny, (stealing a trunl
lull of clothing (rum John Sackberger)
were out about eighteen hours, and finally
agroul to disagree, mid wcio discharged by
thu court.
In the lorcnoon Andrew Htxtcr, colored
nuu a lew nays ago tappcu uie till or all
Eighth street bakuiy, and then shot nt hi
liersuers, was lounu guiiiy or an ussanl to
murder, and sentenced lo Ihu years In the
penitentiary.
Clias. Stevenson, colored, who cut a roust,
about on tho City of Chester some ;tiuio
since, wus Hied for an assault lo murder, but
wa acquitted by tho Jury
Henry Jackson, colored, was next, mil on
trial for an u-sault to murder i tho evidence
was not stiung cuough to cotivlct him and he
wa acquitted,
Thejeourt adjourned to meet again to-morrow
uisrulug at 0 o'clock a. m.
1'JIIL. JIOU'AHD.
STEAMBOAT BUTCHER.
Clly .-Vulloiml nuiili Uullittiie.
x."l,il ttTition paitl to orders trom sissn-
h i.i . nwla or .tuv
X" "W o
GRAND CONCERTS
Will be given at the
ATIIENEUM
FKIDAV AND SATUUDAY EVENINGS
Jan. SO, null rob. 1, 1S7.1.
nv tub
-MUSICAL TALLXT OF THIS CITY
Under the direction of
PROF. 2s". P. CURTICE.
C. WLVSTUX,
REAL ESTATE AGENT
No. "1 Ohio Levek.
Oilers the following valuable reales ate for
-;ue, which is sciecicii irom a vi-rv large llt
oi aiuaoiu luai esltilu lor sale and lea-r
as pre mlug very lavorablu tcinis lor in
vestments:
A large two story bouse, in good repair,
together with M lot- cross ftiuet, near
sviiHui itou-i', u .mj. i oargaiu.
'I hat line large hou-u and lot 0, block M,
city, on Wa-hiiigton avenue between Fourth
ami 1 Illli street-.
Lot No. (j, block No. fi, Ohio 1, vee.
Two siilendnl high lots on Walnut street
next to corner ot l.iuili street. v..i v ..i
1 wo lots on Tenth si reel, between Walnut
and Cedar streets. Very desirable and will
bu sold cheap.
Three loin on Cedar street, well situated
Ul 11 11.11 illll.
1110-e Lo lino bll-lie-s ota. 1f. nml in
block 14, city, on Couiiuercl.il avenue, near
em m i ui i.iiiui sireei, on w ich now
stands the lively stablu of Miles Palker.
Possession l en tlist ol Anrll.
Four lots on Twentj.ili-t street, near Com.
incieiiiiiiviiiiiu aim ircighl deiiut ol the C
and V, lallioad.
Two lots on Commercial avenue, near cor-
n.i ui i iiiii;-iiiiiu euuci, w JU uu uylJ
cheap.
Two good business lots, 7 and 8, block 41.
city, oil ashiligtou :ienilu and corner nl
Fllteen h street. Directly oppuslle cilstum
hoti-o
Lots'.), 10, 11 and 12 same block.iud In rear
oi iai uiuiiiioui'ii uu-, on i-lltceuth stieet.
Lots tl and 10, block 110, city, on Thlileentli
stieet, near Commercial avenue, l'rlce fjauo
eacu.
A lino farm of l.'o acres, with good Im
procineiit- at (ioo-o Island, adioinlni; thu
larm ol O. Oreeiilce. Lsq The soil and I'er-
uiiiy aro uu-urpiseii, being rich bottom
land entirely ubovu oveillow.
Suera! well luipioveit Hull (arms In Pu-
la-M county.
lo.UOO acres uulmnroeil l.imls In ai..v,
der and Pulaski counties, lu bodies to'siiit
iiireiiasers.
,w acres unimproved, well tlinbere
I inn hi .riausa-, near tt-teoia, .0. 1 eolton
Linus, allies tu an uio loreuolic lielleel.
F 0 11 hi) A S E .
Tho Perry House. Tills large nndenuimo.
tllous and well situated houe will bo le.i-ed
lor a nuiuber of years on very idtantuxeoiis
term.
Tlio.o finely situated residence lots "I
iiuil ill. block clly, coiner of Ninth uud
Walnut streets.
TI-I02vr3?302ST'S
R II E (' M A T I C
A Nil
HORSE LINIMENT,
tiieoi.kat n.VTCusAf, i:i:.Mi:i)Y i on
11 II (J it A T I H .M , N 1J IT It A h
0 I A, SPRAINS, KTC,
a o on roi: jia a o j: jj j:a s t.
This liniment has earned for Itself a repu
tation unequalled In the history of external
applications, UT"Thou-and who now sut
ler Irom rheumatism, neuralgia, etc., would
tlnd immediate lelluf Irom all pain by ti-llic
tins certain leineiiy. it is equally elleetiul
in cut, btltn-, -ealil, stillness ul the neck,
soru throat, swelling-, liillaliutlon. fro-t
bites, pains in the side, or back, bites of spl-
lers or snugs ot insects.
One rubbing will In all eae give Immedl
:ite relief, and a few applications complete
eu lo.
On account of It i.owerful ncnctratlni:
propertles It I- beyond doubt the -ure-t rem-
euy lor uie mo-i troublesome tlisa-es lo
which horses ami cattle are liable. It cures
scratches old and reli cuts or sore, chafes
lirouiiceii ny me couar or saddles, lujiirle
cali-ed by n ill- or splint- entering the flesh
orhools, lirui-e-, sprain-, sweenev. snaln
tbrit-h, and all di-ca-e- which destroy the
liool- or bone or the feet.
JSjT'FiiII directions aecompnny each hot
tie. The above aio prepared only by
CKAWFOHD fc F0HF.5.
Ill Market street, Philadelphia
And -old by -torekecpeis generally through
oui uie country. ioj it d-c-w ly
The first cvcnlti!? will
concert, coiisi-tlng cf
bo a miscellaneous
OlT.n.VTIC, Sr.STIME.NTAL AND COMIC
MUSIC.
The second cvenlii"
beautllul
will be rendered tho
CANTATA
OF RUTH
IN FULL COSTUML".
Two very attractive programmes which
cannot fall to plca-c III" public. Let home
talent and ludil-try be appreciated by a
crowded house uu each night.
Tickets ft) cent.
lie.-eried Seats 'Jo cents extra.
Forsalo at llartman', corner of Sixth
street and Commercial avenue, ul-o at Iloek
well it Co's book store, No. 124 Commercial
avenue.
CiTDoors open at 7, commence at 8.
1'Ul t.
ENTERPRLSE SAVINGS
C'linrterod nitrcli 81, 100.
OVKICK OK
CITY NATIONAL, HANK, CAIRO
OPFICKIW :
. SAFFOUD. President:
t, iee-Presiilciit;
A. I!
S. S. TAYLOR
II. Ill SLOP, secretary and Treasurer
Cnti. fliuoHta,
1 AIL I. ISCIIf 11,
H. r. 1IALLIUA1
STr.A.MIiOATM.
oMiio'XvD'TXiruuAiY
MA 1 1. IIOAT.
Tlio splrmlhl stt-utner
Dick Fowlbk, Captain
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted), it
I p.m. P'or freight orpas-age apply on ii.t
or to JAS. Mallouv, Ag'I.
Jmatf
ARTHUR ROYLE,
Contractor and Buildkr
I las returned to Cairo
Uku contracts for
and is prepared to
FOR SAI K OR
part ol Iho city.
Li;.si:.-Lot
I
In any
1 in
DANIEL LAMi'ERT,
FASHIONABLE BARBER
EionTit St., Ut, Com. A Xfusu.,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
ALL KINDS OF liUILDINGS
And cpechillv refers to his past recortl lu
Calm as a builder.
Headquarters at R. II. Cunningham's,
Commercial avenue. Hoierenees to Heed it
.Maun, R. 11. Cunningham ami John Wood,
sq. 1-lOtf.
JONES SPRING RED.
BROS.
SLAYTON
UKRLIN, AVI3C0.VS1N.,
SOLE MANUFACTURERS
l-V
CIIAS. SCHOENMCYER &C0
lw. Agents, Cairo, Ills,
LIUtCTOUIl
I. M. HiscuT,
K. II, HTiHlILtlM,
It. U. Cl'MMSUIIAM.
J. M. 'iiiLLirs.
IH'iiokltM of iuiv Amount Itecel veil trom
ifn i oh m Uiiuhdi.
I 1 KIlhST pud on deposits nt th rstc ot mi
j. pereeni. prr snnum, .Msruli 1st nnd tst'i.trrn
Ut 1st. lulcn-l not withiltHwn Is r.it.led irunn.
'lUleljr to II principal of the doposlti, thertbl
i-iiik iiit'in uooiioiiiiij iniirHi
MAHHIKII WOMKN ANII CHILDRKIf MAT
IIKI'OHIT MONKV
SO THAT NO ONE CtSK CAN IntAW IT.
Open Rfr burntm-n dy trom uu.tii. In 3 p.tn
nnd sjaliirdH) eyeuinK lur HAVINd UKI'OSIT
aul, from t to s o'clock.
uutl W. HTsiLOP. Trnuri.
THE CITY NATIONAL
3 cV2TTC.
UAIIiO, Il.f.IXOIN
BARCLAY BROTHERS,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DRUGGISTS,
7-1- OHIO LiaVjEas-
Retail nntl Prescription
Corner Washington Ave,
and Eighth Mreet.
wMMmMMmM
DJ
(JAPITAL,
8100,000
VI. I'. IIAI.LIDAY, rrenlden t
IIKMIT L. IIALI.IDAY, Vlce-Presliltist
A. II. HAFKOKI), CushU ri
WALTKL 11YHI.01. Asslslii.tCnh
Murctonsi
HtiATS TAYI.OH, ItOsrilT II. C'CNNIKOIIAU
lltSUI 1.. II ALLlliAT, W , I'. I1AI LIliAV,
tiro, I). WlltlAHSOK, HlU'lltN liiuu
A. I). llArruau.
r.scliniiKe, Coin nnil ITnllesI IUiuck
llontlM ItoiiKlit mill Nolil.
EP09IT9 recelte.l, and
businiMtf noni.
a Kcneral Imaklnit
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
HV C1AIUO.
DANIKL I1URD, PresMenti
KOHKHT. HII. VCt, i e-i'M'-iMHnt
O.N. IIUailEa, Cannier.
OUL.LKCTIONS I'ROJIITLY JtADIC,
ITIXOIIAN'OE, coin, bank notes nnd Unitei
II utiitPH nwiirllles lioiiBtit Htiri snl.l,
lnlrl Allowiil m T'iiple
j rninis,.'
n lci
VARNISHES.
ufirunnw
r.Tiiniun,
fe3
IJG si
MB
CHElVIICAIaS
5 Wi ERUSHESJEH STUFFS.HM 5
LU W COSMETICS SO rAIMtR&lBSR C
S HH TOILET PPIlMATCniAliHBH O
IT
CIIKSTI'UOTKCTOKS,
Of thamols and rabbit (kin,
for Weak lungs.
At J1ARCLAY RROS.
CHLORATE
LOZE1TGBS
FOR SORE THROAT,
l'repared and sold
v IIARCLAV JJR03
hohsb and
cattm: mkdicikes
And Disinfectants lor Stable
At I1ARCLAY UROS.
o FINE CIGARS,
a ,,t.f... ...... ..
"110.11.1 ill. I-.,"
999 ii'rii'i tiY..t. .
ioi-.'vi i.ui.l.H-.,
And "Fnhersal Standard. "
r At MA UCLA Y MUOS.
H-2-tf.
TEUTONIA L I V E INSURANCE
OF CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
Cent' I.. Oyricn, 172 "Wasiii.suton Sr.
A.CTIVA, SS50.000.
Phis Ocrman l.lln Iuuraliee Company
guarantees not onlv Paid-up Policies but
also a Value lu Cash on the .Nou-lorleituro
plan.
JOHN A. IIUC1C, . - - l'residont
C. KNOMEU-JOORF, - . - Heirotary
JOHN V. lMtlJESS.
Agent for Cairo and slclnlty.
MAI.OO.N.
CRYSTAL SALOON
AXD
READING ROOMS.
MICHAEL COVNE, Propriotor.
(olii r-osT office stand.)
Corner Sixth street and Commercial Av.
The best brands ot Cigars, choice 'Wfnn,
Liquors, etc., alwajson hand.
tjTOpcn day and night, jrj
BISMARK 15 UNI).
i
SECTION NO. IT.
As'oclatlon for promoting Life In-urance j
ind Mck Relief b weekly due- and mutual i
co-operation lu object ol public bencllt. ;
uie i. lie in-urance roiieies win lie i--iieil
by tliu ieutoula Idle lu-tirauee Company.
II . MEYERS, President.
JOHN W. FRUESa, Ao t.
2Vllr for ' xlrii miiiI vlelnllr.
Ill t.l.l AltllH
Vt&Zrh- fr -.J
9
SrJ NICHOLAS j
bllllTaiTd mall
HARRV WALKER Frop'r.
This house Is newly lilted up with two
excellent
BILLIARD TABLES
And two fine
JENNY LIND TABLES
Tho saloon I stocked with the best
llrandsol
WINES,
LIQUORS,
and CIGARS
are cornpoiindcd In the most approved style
E5J"C'oino and seo for yourself, jrj
vi.n:n amis i.luoi'Hfs.
R. SMYTH Sc CO.,
j WIIOLKSALK GR00EU8, j
81 000 IN ONE WEEK.
To any shrewd man who ran do business
on tho quiet, I guarauteo an Immense For
tunes, easily, rapidly, and lu perfect safety.
Address III perlcct coutldeliee,
Wm. AV.umKN,
SS Vfet Fourth btreet, Now York.
12-25 w ihu.
onto LEVtH
O A 1 11 O . lliLIMIIS,
Alio, keep coaitsntly on hsnd a most com
plele stock ul
xiQ,TToiaa:
eCOTOH AND IHIBI1 WIII8KIK3
-filK H,
Fort, MndorlH, Shorryaud Cut awta "Wines
RdMT'rn A CO. sell esoluslTCly for cash, to
. which fw-'l limy Invito the Knpsclsl atteD.
Hon bI pn,i bsrvnin buyers.
If. M. STOCKELETJI,
sveerf oe i) roni a stoci rLirn
Itecliryer mitt Whnlnsnlo Dcale io
Foreign milt llomeNlIu
WINES AND LIQUORS
No. 02 Omo Levee,
ouno, ILI.IN01B
O K ks.p. on hnd consttnily full stock o
11 Ol.l KlintueUy HoiirUpn. Bye nnil MonouU
ttlk Whiskies, French Hrau.ll.., llol ku
ae md CsllfornUWlBei
OED DELMONICO
SALOON AND READING J100MS
C0ComrVaIeAv:l,, WINTER'S l.LOCK.
PARKER & MONTAGUE
rroprlttort.
jGTTUr best brands of Cigars, choice
Vt me, Liquors, ftc, always on baud tl
EL DORADO
RfLLIARI) SALOON AND BAR
ROOM. JOHN UATKM, 1'roprieler.
108 OmmsrniAl Avenne, CAIRO, ILLINOIS'
llsl brsml of Cillfi" UCIzsrula rscolsvJ,
llll. I.IARI) saloon furnished with the It'l
of tables :and bar supplied with wines, liquors
and elL'r of tbene-t hrm i.
L1TTLF KKNTUCKJAN
SALOON
AND
(Open Day and Night.)
J. E. PARKS, Proprietor,
Ohio Levee, bet, 4th and Oth streets,
CAIRO, ILLS.
MEALS AT ALL HOURS.
A Gnu new Dining Hall with every con
venience 1ms been added to this popular
Restaurant, and the guests will flnu evory
requisite lor their accomodation.
THE HILL OI' FARE
consists of every substantial and delicacy ol
the season,
in supplied with the
CHOICEST LIQUOHS.WINES & CIGARS
ETTMIxcd drinks prepared with care.
11-10 tl.
11KAI. ENTATK AORNtlt.
C. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
AUCTIONEERS,
74 (SJKCOMD FLOOR) OniO LXTXK,
CAIRO, II.LH,,
Bur and Sell Heal Estate,
PAY TAXES,
FURNISH AMSTRACTS OP TITLB
Ami pfre Conseyencee ofKlorll!
John Q. Harman. Cum. Thrupp,
JOHN Q. HARMAN & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
COLLECTORS
XV D
CONVEYANCBBS.
Nor tb Cor, 0U Ht. nnU OblLTe.
Cairo, Illinoii.
Abstracts of Title, Convevmelnf mid
ipeeiaiiy. utu uuH uoufM ana Mia,
(J IUIIMW,IWl

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