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LOCAL WEATHER BEPOKT.
U. 8. 8to. Skit., OBflr.nvKR'N Ofpick. )
Caibo, Jan. 37, IHVi, 10:11 p.m. J
UtroMter 30.32, and rising.
Ttadrtfc,telcitrlJiiilli per hour.
Mixtaaa temperature last 21 hour, at
80 p. m., 37 degrees.
MtfttMa temperature, last 24 hours, at
m., 11 aegreei.
lYmlUnt; wind last 54 hours, nortli.
Total lumber of miles wind travelled, lat
24 houn, 104.
Thomas L. Watsox, Observer.
Judgo Mulkey is In Carbondalo.
Capt. W. r. Ualllday is at DuQuoln.
Die Bull at tlie Atliencuni to-night 1
Laboi itock of dry goods at C. llanny's
John II. Bartou of Carboudale, Is In the
1. n. 1'ope, Esq., has returned from
F. M. Stockflcth hat gone on a business
Visit to rinckney vllle.
T. A. Jlcllane of the Metropolis mines',
was in thUcltjton Sunday.
Large itock of cuttalm and damask's at
Remember the gratid masquerade ball at
Scheel'a hall to-morrow nlglu, to be given
by the dcrmanla danclnj association. Head
their advertisement In another column.
U. F. Burnsldo of the 0. and V. railroad,
Is quartered at the St. Charles.
The C. and V. railroad are laying their
track from Sixth street down to the point.
John Lee, Jr., supcrincm.cnt or tho C.
and V. railroad, is booked at the St. Charles.
Laroe stock of wool "blankets at down
pr.ee at C. llanny's.
The next parlor concert will be given at
the residence of Mr. Henry Ualllday, on
Thnrday night nevt.
The Mississippi mer ui iul. jmlnt, is ful1
hv, ousais come down from above
and Cairo is the head of navigation.
Tho grand Jury has not returned any In
dlctments Into court sluco last Friday. Slow
but sure, appears to bo. tho motto of that
Fou.nd.-A lady's fur cape on Commercial
avenue between Twelfth and Thirteenth
Mrcets. ibc owner can have It by calling at
this office. ,
Halt I Masqukiiadkks 1 Masquerade
costumes, and faUe face-masks-ior sale or
hire during the season nt John Scheel's
lm"- . jai.25.lm
Handsomk line of dress goods at 15 cts
at C. llanny's.
Ole Bull and troupe arrived in the city
yesterday, and arc at the St. Charles. This
evening the master of the bow will appear
at the Athcneum.
Hon. N. R. Casey, representative from the
Mound City district In the general assembly,
allowed tho light or his genial countenance
to shine upon our streets yestcrdav alter.
The Inrcrnal 'Sun' of tho Uvce cannot be
reconciled to Oberly's veto on the Cassldy
railroad resolution, and must bo allowed as a
consequence to go to the doll and be
A larob stock or shirting checks and
iinteya at O. llanny's.
One or our standing items this winter has
been "lco was running out or the Ohio
river all day yesterday." From present
appearances, it will coutinuo u standing
item for wme mouths to come.
We learn from a private letter from I.os
Aninios, Colorado, that Matt. Sullivan, lor
merly of this city was shot and killed nt that
place sometlmo this month. Sullivan has
two brothers and two sisters living here.
The grand Jury yet have possession of and
occupy the county court-room, consequently
Judge Bron convened county court yester
day morning, and immediately adjourned
It ugatu, to meet this morning at 9 o'clock.
Large stock of brown domestics at C.
So much Irelgnt is deposited on our wharf
as to leave very little room for drays and
teams to move about. The Inconvenience
or the arrangement does not suit teamsters
and draymeu.whose complaints are loud and
DAXCI30 SCUOOL. Classes having been
organized, hereafter the young gentlemen',
class will meet on Mondays and Thursdays
at 8 o'clock p. m., and children's class every
Saturday at 1! o'clock p. m., at Philharmonic
hall. l-iO-St CUAJILKS llAKDV.
Large itock of caipctlug and oil cloths at
Joseph Laplcr, a Journeyman tailor, has
been at work for Lucas Ames of Cobden.
A few days ago Ames was absent from his
shop, and Lapler possessed himself of about
520 worth or clothing and disappeared.
Ames was in this city yesterday looklug ror
AVm. F. l'ltchcr, agent at Cairo for the
Continental Life Insurance company or New
York, wai made the recipient br a gold
headed cane, valued at $50, from the
superintendent of the Western department,
as a "reward of merit.'' Mr. l'ltchcr values
his cue highly.
Large stock ofbleachod muslin and sheet
ings at C. llanny's.
The impression prevails In the city that all
Ihe seats In the Athcneum, for the Ole Bull
concert to-night, have been taken; but the
Impression Is Incorrect, There are stlil a
hundred and twenty-flvo scats unsold.
Early application this morning will ruable
the reader unprovided with a seat to secure
Uandsomc line of dress goods at C. ilan
CoL B, A. Neale left Cairo yesterday morn
lnr for libuulrUla. La addess th nem.li. ,.
I ' - I v ' ( W
$ Mallard county on tho Cairo and Tennessco
stiver railroad. The Colonel is a host in him-
f! sell, full of vigor and enthusiasm, and is do
ll lug much good work Cor the proposed road,
'; without money and without price. We at
least give him our vote of thank.
Remember the grand masquerade ball at
a sneers nail to-morrow night, to be given
by the Oermanla dancing association. Rend
ueirndvcrtl!cmcn,tln nnotla column.
Yesterday accidents were quoted in do
mand. One man shot himself and passed In
Ills chocks, ntiothcr poor fellow was idiot In
the leg, another had Ills' arm mutilated nt tho
hub factory, and another attempting to illvo
down the hold of a boat through the hull
into the river hnd hl shoulder dislocated
And yet the doctors say yesterday wasn't
much great shakes for accidents, after nil.
CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, JANUARY 28, 1873
,A very painful .occurrence took place at
the Karnes Hub factory yesterday niter-
noon. A young man, whoso name wo failed
to learn, has been employed in the factory
hero for a short,' time to nttend to a
circle saw. Yesterday afternoon, lie acci
dentally slipped, nnd falling on tho saw, one
arm was cut ofT entirely and tho saw entered
his side, injuring him severely nnd poslbly
fatally. Tho young nun's home is In i(.ila
li.lN'DSOMl: linn nf rnm mil ilmirnil .1...
lalns at 0. llanny's.
It would ho vain flattery to call tho man
who has tho opportunity to hear Oln Hull
piny his lhldle and doii't-lt would be vain
flattery, wo say, to call such person n pesti
ferous dlsregarderot'a good opportunity to
enjoy a good thing. Ole Hull can, without
doubt, jerk more music with less trouble out
oi'a violin that any other person. Oliver
Yt cndell Holmes describes the old ccntlo-
man's plajlng In n paragraph almost as
beautiful ns ono of Ole's sweetest strains.
An immense business is bcinx done
In this city by our commission
and rorwardlng merchants. A largo order
trade Is being centred hero which will
soon ccllpso that or morn pretentious cities.
As an evidence or this ract, we may state
that Chas. M. Howe & Co.,shlppcd during last
week three hundred nnd twenty-live tons of
way freight to points on the Mississippi
river bqtween Vlcksburg and Baton Rouge.
i ne aoovo is a business once done exclu
sively by St. Louis.
The namo or the Person who .lint nt n,,.
O. and V. railroad engineer is known and
tho circumstances oftho melee. The shooter
Is aucgro. Ho was rcturnlm- humn with
three or tour companions Irom the gin con
cert last week. When they camo In line
with tho engine, in Commercial avenue, the
playful engineer directed a stream ot not
water on tho colored bjys, and the Jovial
fireman threw a tew wolghty pieces or coal.
01 course ono of tho negroes, not being
near enough to use a razor, shot nt their
assailants and wasn't much to blamo cither.
At tho St. Charles yesterday were F. 1'
Nlmon and A. McOrath, l'ittsburg; Jas',
Byrne, Kvansvllle : Q. W. Norwood. Lnnls.'
iana;l. O. Ulokerson, Ohio; J. and 11.
riant, Jollct ; C. H. Coulton, St. Louis; J,
E. Andrews, Ocorgla ; J. Wood nnd sister,
raducah; R. A. Hatcher, New Madrid; Mr.
T. Stewart, Carml, Illinois ; F. Racine. Now
Orleans ; G. W. Hunter, Ottawa, Illinois ;
o.j. uiuuons, liunalo; W. r, Clark and
wire, Cleveland, Ohio ; E. Conn, Cincinnati .
L. Doyc, Capo Girardeau; F. Stewart, Cava'
Handsome line or Cashmere1" at C. nanny's.
To tiiu AFFLtCTKi.lr. Win. Crokoy
or New York city, and lor live years real",
dent physician in Bellevuo and Charity
hospital, is now stopping nt Delmonlc'o
hotel, whero ho can be con'ultcd ror treat
ment or all lorms of chronic disrate. Dr.
Croskcy is neither a located quack nor a
travelling humbug but a regular graduate of
two or tho best medical schools In America.
Ho challenges competition in tho lino or
diseases or which ho makes a speciality.
Go and sco him, examination free. No euro
o ! 1-23, lw
John Hunt, a colored man who lived on
Locust street, yesterday came to his death In
a sudden and distressing manner. Hunt was
engaged In shooting hogs for John I'etrle.
He had loaded his gun and had It leaning on
his person, when tho powder horn fell from
his pocket, strlklug tho hammer. Tho gun
uiscuargeil Its contents into Hunt's left
breast; the chest was penetrated, causing
Inward bleeding, which resulted in thcdeatl
of Hunt in less than an hour. Tho tmlorlu
nate man Is said to have been sober and hard
working In his habits. Ho leaves n fainllv.
Some six months ago Henry Tubbs who
resided in Jlarlewooil precinct in this
county, had been out all day, and in tho
evening ns ho was dismounting from his
horse iu front of his own home, ho was shot
nnu killed by somo person unknown. Sus
melon fell on Alfred liuuinnii ivlm u-n.
kuown to have mado threats on Tubus life.
UutTman wai arrested, tried nnd acquitted
by a county Justice, fihcritr Irvin
iug satisfied with the decision of tho court,
rearrested him and he was again tried and
acquitted by two of our Justices. Last week.
however, the grand Jury got a hint or fresh
eviuence ngainsl uilllnuu and indicted him
tor murder on Saturday evening. Doputy
Sherlfl Cain nrrcstcd him m il hn la
confined In our Jail to answer the charge of
ToMCE Court Judgo Brow presiding.
uunng yesterday morning's session, a trio
or dilapidated, cood-for-uothlni' iiiDhrUtt-n.
who hailed from l'aducah, wero brought
lrom tlio city Jail where they had found
lodgings the night previous, uiid were lined
82 and costs, for Indulging to freely In Rob
inson county whiskey, Tho court gate
tuem tbe pilvllego of returning on thu Fhk,
wuicn proposition tucy accepted ut once,
and accordingly left ns por orders.
In the afternoon, Michael Hourigau mid
Jas. Brahlc, answered to tho chargo of sell
ing whUkcy, etc., without first having pro
cuud the necessary license therefor. For
tho ucglcct they each paid $15-10, and de
parted, abusing in o very choico terms,
the law or the city regarding lli-en-es,
riUST I IV SECOND WEEK.
The whole or tho forcuoo.1 was occupied
In getting up a Jury to sen o fr tho balance
or the term. In the ultcruooti n Jury was
empanelled for tho purpose of tryhi"
Gcorgo Hamilton, colored, who Is charged
wlin an assault to murder Sydney Johnson.
Johnsou was a boarder In the home of
Hamilton, who from a feeling of Jealousy
against him, ordered him to Icavo his
(Hamilton's) house. Johnson refused mid
then an ell'ort to forcibly eject him was
mado by Hamilton, and in tho sculllo which
took place, some seven weeks ago, Johns jn
got badly cut. Hamilton has lain In tho
Jail ever since. On his trial he wis defended
by II. Watson Webb and Judge Green.
When our reporter left In the tu ning the
attorneys weto not through arguing the
RESOLUTIONS OF RU3FECT.
At n regular meeting ot Coopers' Union
'o. P, of Illinois, held on tho 27th day of
January. 1M7.1. in n. niiv r .i... ii
lowing preamble and resolutions wero tiiian-
uiousiy ntioptbd : "
WlllinRta. It lina tilnntn.l A I.. .1-1....
God 111 his Infinite widom toromovo trom
. .' .'"J.""1' ullr ,ala inmonicu nrotiicr, JIu
dolph Fattcrson. thcrcloro be It
ItfftnlvPll. I'lint .fn I.U t.MAll.M .(-..
here nsemblc(l, do hereby express our
l.nnrlfAlf uai-i-aii- n il... I... ' . . - .
..v.....v. i ,m- OI rt I ail III n
...vimwi,. in uiii uiuer.
ResoUcd, That wo tender the bereaved
family or our lirotlirrourwarmcstsnivpathy.
and eoiniiinnil I mm in .'
. i . . "v ' iui i iiimuiaiioii
f "Pl'ort to Hun who lias said that "1
to the IVlileriess'y. ,U wuow
rest utlons, be presented to tlio family of
I I .. . """i au n copy ol Iho name
be publl-hod In the 0.wit(IIULf.ETlX.
Leoimii.u Rieh, I
J AH. AVATT,
Chas. Siiutts, Com.
Jas. IlAYKt, J
'l'aducah Kciitucklan' plcac copy.
In no cnsn Am Ihn liAnnflntnt .cr..ni. ..i
1 urker s Compound Fluid Extract Buchu
inoro strntndv innr1.-pil limn In
1 lP " ....... ... ..iu IIUIIIUI
ous maladies coming under tho bond of
"rcnnilo Complaints." What woman bus
iioi sunured moro or less from somo nf
tllCm? IK' tllll lln nf tliia i.,n,inniiii,l fn.
- ----- ..... vi.t.U..iiu I wi
n limited period tho colorless check bo-
i-uinus miicu wun mo uuo ot tho rose und
tlio bloodless lips nssumo tho bright red
indicative nf troml hnullh V.r I... .11
, e - ' . mm ui it 1 1
druggists, ovcry where.
Steamer Win. Mlnyouug, Shawnoetouii. '
" Ada Hellin.in, Kvansvllle.
iiniiie" if. i-arKcr, .Memphis,
" I rank 1". Graccy, Nnsln llle.
Steamer Win. Mlnyoumr. Shnwncctowii.
'iua JK'iiiiiau, l.vailsMllf.
" James I). Parker, Cincinnati.
Iltfl MUDDY COAt..
Steamboats supplied at any limp. Imih ilnv
aiitl night with cither Lump or Chestnut
Coal, in nny iiunnllty nn I on in.ti.il im
at the yard at Grand Tower. Illinois. pe-
cial contracts oireied on favorable term,
11. V. OLYl'HANr, Gen. Supt.
D.O. l!oKi:i:, Sales Agent.
CONDITION OK T1IK IltVEIi,
Tho rise in tho Ohio coiillmmu .'ml tn
does the Ice, which Is tarried by with a
strong current. Most ot tho lco which went
by yesterday was newly made and was very
sharp, nnd when It had n free chance at tho
hulls or the floating crafts It soon made an
Impression on them. Tho Mississippi was
putting out some very heavy l;o yesterday
und tho surface ol tho rher was entirely
covered with it, and the navigation south
ward was Impossible for boats. One steamer
tried it but liid to give up the ghost. Old
Col. Hacker says lie lie lias been acquainted
with both rh ers for nearly sixty years, and
that ho has never beroro seeii so much
co pass out of them In ono winter. Be
ween hero and l'aducah the ice floats clo;c
to tho Illinois shore tho wholo way down.
Kpeclnl dispAtehes to The Bulletin
report tho condition of tho Mississippi und
Ohio rivors at vurious places.
1IUJINESS AND WEATUEK.
Business on the landings was crygood
for Monday. No boats lea lor tlio South on
account ol heavy ice.
Tho weather was partly cloudy and still
Tho Illinois with the help or tho North
western succeeded In getting oil" Island No 2
Sunday roreuoon, and is again in her trade.
She was aground about 12 days.
The Northwestern has gone to thu bank
for tlio present.
The propeller Wm, 'Mlnyoung brought
down tho remains of tho ,ICjw steamer
Kinma, which was destroyed by lire a short
tlmonio, while nimmud on n and bar ni.nr
Shawnectown. Tho hull and maehlllfri' nrn
III good condition and her owners nro taking
ucrio icksuurg where they will rebuild
The Grand Tower, Julia and Colorado nr.
rived from St. Louts, Sunday. The Julia
left that nlghttior VIcksburL' and ihn ('nlnri
do started down yestcruny, but had to re
turn on account of tho heavy Ice In Iho ills
The Idlcwlld lett early yesterday moriitn
Tho Mary Davago "with hor barges Is
laid np in a sale lea harbor above Cape G.
Tlio Frank l (iracy came in irom Nash
vino wun a medium trip. ,
Tho Ada llellman froinHvaiisvlllR. hron.-ht
In n small amount of iroight and returned
The Crescent City and her tow have been
reauy to leavo ror a couple of days, but have
pccn detained by the ice.
The Gram! Tower for Memphis, ami (Viin
rjdo for Vlcksburg will leave this morning
City Jvittloniil Iliiuk Iliilltlliis;.
.I'ecial uttontion rani to orders lrom sieatu
uiimih mum nr usr
And Dealer in
VEGBTAHLKS, FRUITS, EGOS,
LARD, FRKSII BUTTER, LIVE
AND DRESSED 1'oULTRY,
TRESH SALTED AND
SMOKED FISH, ETC.
Am. (Jooiis W A It It .VNTKH Fit INI I
And told at the lowest prices firc.ih,
ffiJElghth stroot, betwoen Comincrclnl
ami Wushlngtou nvonucs.
Will liegheii nt the
I'M DAY ANDSATUHDAY "K .MININGS
Jnn. :in, unit rb. I, is;;i,
MI'SICAL TALK XT Or' THIS C1TV,
IMiOF. X. p. CUltTlC'K.
Tho llisl ei'i'iilni' will l... i..t....ii.. ....
--.-""ft "... wi. llll?l-l-Ul'UU?
concert, conltlng cf
OIT.HATIC, SnXTI.ME.VTAI. AND Co.MKJ
'I'll n dnnnml Afntli... .tlt i.. i .i
beantlfiil uc """c.i-u mo
O AFT ATA
IN I'L'LI. COSTt'ME,
Two very ntlmrllv-n
raniiot to plitvi ttiu imlilli. It Jioiik;
.ihiu null iiiuuirr ie niiprceiutiMl lv a
. s. , . s. s. v iiuirv mi tilVll lllIJlt
Tickets M ,,.
ltcservcd Seals 5 ,.ent i-vim.
l-'orsnlo nl lliii-tiiinns ....r.n ..r ci...t.
street and Commercial uvuiiue. al.o at llock
well .v Co book store. No. 1J4 Coiiimcrclal
JSTDoor open at 7, couiinrneo at s.
GJtAN'l) -MASQ UHH AUK HALIj.
A (irand Masipicradc Hall will be glen at
Wi:il.Vf:NllAV Mi;HT, J.1MMHV
nv -i ii u
The managers or' the association understand
how to mnke the occasion a pleasant ono for
ail who may wish to attend, and a good time
for all Is Insured.
A CORDIAL INVITATION
TO THEE IFTTIBIjIC.
Let there bo a full attendance. Tickets can
be had ut tho stores or
PAUL G. SOIIUH,
Hnd J. JiUROEIt.
KjTI'artlcular caution will be exercised at
the doorto sec that no improper intruders
gain admittance. 1.10-td
ID LEWI LD MILLS'-"
Corner Twcnty-scooml street atul Ohio
SUPEUIOlt STEAM DRIED CORN
Always on hind, and nt tho lo wostmarkc
OOW IF1 id IE 3D
f'O"' clioaii. Leave orders at 1IALI.1D.VY
llROTMIUtS, or apply at the mill, '
MR. T. It. TURXIIULL
retpcCtfully nniiouiiccR the appearance of
the great loliu vlrtuo-o,
OLE IB TT ID ID
IK ONE GRAND CONCERT.
TUESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 28.
AisMed by Iho following eminent and pop
MIPS (JllAZIELLA HI DC WAY,
PItOF. JOSEPH IF. DENCK,
I'lAXINT ANO.COXDl trOK.
The Concert will mmmnni-p n A nninni.-
Admlsslon 91. ltcservcd seats CO cents'
extra, to be obtainad at Hartmau's storo on
unu iiuer sian. .0111.
'I'lin irrnlul lllnimrn!.. ..m.l r .
are nam the celebrated manufactory of
i, in. iiiiuuu O. I.O., naiumorc. 1-21 td.
W. H. Morni,
II. II. Cundte
No. Pub. scl IT, H. Com
EIRE, HULL, CARGO, LIVE STOCK
llllllhuilm t T.s.s
NORTH AMEIIICA, PA
Atii ....Si.1ii.Krti oo
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CLEVELAND. CLEVELAND. I
Asiel J615.C73 SH
' Uo,J78 (3
AUEIIIOAN CENTRAL. MO..
Assets 600,(io0 (i
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL. LIFE,
Au(ts .. (30,000,000 00
TUAVELER31, UARTFOHD, L1FH AND
! . 11.500 000 V
1UILVVAT rAHSENOERS ASSURANCE
V"t i00,000 CO
Onr Homo Advertisers.
II. Nit ft
Chnrtcrod Mitruli SI, tH(l9.
CITY NATIONAL HANK, CAIRO
A. II. HAPKOUD, l'rcildent; '
H. 8. TAYLOR. Vlco-l'rclileiit;
II. IliSLOl. Secretary and Trenurer
j. J. !UCIAT,
R 11. Crtiitmnuii,
II. l. Minn...
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J. a. 1'uu.iirf,
ncioNlUnl uny Amount Hcr lv.tlri.o.
1'cn CciiIh tlff nrslN.
LNTKKE8T pitj on ilcposlls m tl,n rule ol an
llAfdnnt. HA. uniiiiin Ma.nh 1. .....
'iT'.'t'1 '""'ttiol wllhilmwn U tMnJ Iniiim
1 AtHr In ,1a iinw.lr.i II...I......H. .i i.
81'lDKthonicomiioiiuil Interiinl. '
MA1UUK.I WOUSN ANU CllILDtlK.V MAY
Open over baninm Jv irmn u.m. ioi n.in.,
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W. ItrSLOl. TrMiur-.
THE CITY NATIONAL
DAIKli, I I.M . I r.
CAPITAL, . - If KiO.dOO
W. p. IMI.Lt DAT, I'ro.IJm ,
URNHT L. HALt.IDAY, Vici-l'rMm
A. II. MAKFOKD, Uarhier;
WAf.TKit IlVyi.OI', (nii'nn,
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A. 1). HlfroliD.
KrlinUK, Culu anil Unllr.1 fSiMlvi
ButMla IIoiikIiS nuit Mold.
F.P08ITS rnceUed, nd Rcntrnl Unklcii
FJ11ST NATIONAL BANK
DANIEL UUIID, S'icBldenli
KOUKKT. Ml t. Vise-fr n Kmi
C.N. JIUOHEa. Cnnler.
OULLECTIONS 1'ROMITLY MADE,
EXCItA.NdK, coin. I.ank note., and Uoit:
btalm rncurlties bouatit anil i-olil.
llrl Allnwril n T'iioIiou
A-Rt C30,02 00
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
No. 74 Ohio Lkvkk.
Oilers the followlns valuaMo rcale-late lor
sale, which In selected from a verv larjje list
of valuable real estate for ale and leaf,
as )rcsntlnj,'very favorable terms for In
veitmcnts: A large two story house, In :ood rcjialr,
topcthcr with 2 lots, on Cro treet, near
school house, a No. 1 bargain.
'Dint llllll l.lfl.n l.nllun n.il 1.. t 1.1.-1. .
city, on Washington avenue betw een i'oiirll!
and Filth htreets.
Lot No. 8, block So. fi, Ohio Lnwc.
Tivn miliitiiliil liluli Mi-rtn iu..t..... .......
i 'J r.. : fr "i,is Biieei,
next to corner or Llsjth street. Verv cheap,
Two lots nn Tenth mrcct, between Walnut
and Cedar streets. Very desirable and w 111
lie oolu cheap.
Three lots on Cedar otrcct, well nituatcd
TtmhO tLi'd Ann liiic.liin.jt Into 1 i m
- ""w wu-int" nil.-. Its illMl lit,
block U, clty; on Commcrclul avumn;. nenr
corner of hinlith Mreet, on v Ioh now
Miuiui uiu imciv Muuit; ui uii cs rarker
ll'i-illr Intu tltl 'I'lVdtltV tti'-.t Llrani im..Ml
murclul avenue and freight depot ol" tin 0.
mill V . rti Wm ml
Two lot on Commercial acmn. near enr
ncrof Thirty-third street. Will bo mid
Two cood liustneH lots 7 and S, block ,
..l,v nn Vrii.lillnrtr.ii ... ..iui .. .....I .
.. o.w..M.iiiiu unu Luuirr III
Mttccnlli street. Directly ojijio-tlo cutoiii
Lots , 10, 11 and 12 fame block and In rear
oi i:mi uiciiiioiieu ioim, on riueelith direct.
Lots U and 10, block .'!0, city, on Thirteenth
eiii-i-i, iiu.u v.uuiiucieiuiucjllic. I rice ''W
A Him fniT11 ftf 1r.A nnne ...til. 1 ,
" .. . w. .11., 1.-., IlllilUIIU IUI-
provoincnts at (loo'o Island, adjoining the
larm ol O. Greenlee, Ksij. Tho .-oil ami ler-
..in, mo iiiiiiui.a-iuil, iiviiij; IJCII UOHOIll
mini fintlrK iilmv. n ,.rlli..
Several well imuioved fruit larms in i'u-
111 IWIIl I.KI Mfl lllllllinW.Vl.l 1n...1.. I.. .1
-.,,vv UIIUJ III VIIL'.MIII-
der and 1'ulaski counties, in bodlci to mlt
iiu uuiisi:! ?
20,000 acres unimproved, well timbered
land In Arkansas, near Osceola. No. 1 cotton
1IU1U9. .iiics iu .ui mu loregoinj; jioricct
f o hTea a k .
TliA lflrt' TTnuoA Ttito inin n.,t
dluiiY and well itnatcd Jioiuo will lie leaned
iui- u iiuiuuvr oi years on very auvantageous
FOR SAI.K nil f.1Wl I m- ..
mirt nf t!i i.ltv i .o. i... '
, . . .js J"-. i ill
GREEN & GIJUEKT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
ft'illlara H.tiracn, 1
Wilh.ra 11 tlilbert, CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
MlleiiF. Gilbert, J
8ici. attontion (jlTea to AdmiraltT tod
OTFtCK OHIO LKVItit, BOOMS 7 AND 8 OVKB
CITT NATIONAL 1IAVK.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
OFFICE WINTER'S ULOCK,
Tbe splendid steamer
Dick Powlvb, Captain
I I.. I IV 1 If V L?...l ..A.U
b AFFORD, MORRIS Sc OANDEE. 4 y frelgUt orpassagoapplyon boat
' or to Jas. Malloiiv, Au't.
71 Ohio Letee, ' Jan 3tf
iTO. '-I- OHIO LiiV-BB-
Rclnil and lrcscri)(ion
i'ofiier WaslilnBton Ae,
ami Klghth ktiect.
it PAN Y
Of ciiamofK .in,! rui.i.it i i
mi ss ?au llliif".
At IIAROLAY IlROd.
FOR SORE THROAT.
I'ri'iared and told
II v IIAROLAV bK0S
And Disinfectant lor .Stable
At HAROLAY UROS.
" VDI'NO AMERICA,
And "tiiliral Staodard."
At IJAROLAY BROS.
TEUTONIA Ii I F E INSURANCE
comi Aisr-sr. , C R Y S T A L SALOO K
OF CHICAGO, ILLINOIS. ( am
CKNt'i..OrFiCK, 17aWAsiii.saTON.Sr. i READING ROOMS.
ACTIVA, SSBO.OOO. .MICHAEL COYNE. I w;..f,
This (iunnan Life lincitaueo Cnintaiiy
Kllarantees not only l'ali.iii l'olleles but
alo a 'alue iu Ca-i on the Non-Iurfeltiire
WiKN A. IIIJCK. - - - l'rcsidont 'SZ ' ' u"'""
Ui KNOUELSDORF, - . . Hecrolr.ry 1 tSTOi'cn day aiUltfhxa
(OLlI I'OST OKKICK MTANH.)
Corner Sixth street and Commercial Ak.
Til,, link! I.r,...l. ! .. . ....
' i i . . I i tuolce Minus,
J '.i.mii, i-n;,( aiiail uailil.
.mil v u. imi:i.'c
j;eiit for Cairo and lcfiiltv.
H ISM ARK RUN I).
j SALOON AND READING ROOMS
c:'1 WINTER'S BLOCK.
.SECTION NO. -17.
A.oclatlon for iiromotiiis Life IiiMirancc '
c"!.'.!. & MONTAGUE
The Llle Insurance I'dIIcIch will bo U.iied
by the Te.iitonia Life ln-uralice Company. I'roprleturs.
II. MEYERS, President. 1
mnvw iiiMT.j . . JtSTTho hest brands of Clears, cbolee
JOHN . 1'RLhs.S, Ari't. W Inen, Elisor, etc., always on hand V,
ror ftalro Miirt vlrlnllr.
ill i.i.i AKim
I ST. NICHOLAS i
HARRY WALKER Prop'r.
This houfc li newly lltted up with two
And two line
JENNY LIND TABLES
The saloon Is stocked with the bet
arc compounded lu tho moit approved style
tSTCoinc and .ce lor yourself, jrj
Wl.NtIN AMIS I.IUOdllU.
It. SMYTH & CO.,
! A I It O . ILlilNOIH,
Also, keep constantly uu t.na a mot com
I'lotu took ot
80OTC1I AND IKIBU WIIIHKIE8
-0 I N B,-
l'ort, lliidorlu, Shorry and Catawba Wines
.....w.. in, no iiiu t'bmtcilt! ailtlD-
tion Hf cIohh IntrttHln litiyurs.
, EL DORADO
i BILLIARD SALOON AND ILiV
I JOHN UATEM, Proprietor.
IOC Cmrarcil Ar.uue, CAIBO, ILLINOIS
trnd of C.llfo L, cissr. I u rooshvj,
' ir'J'iIAKn .loon f"r,'lhed with the bei-t
, of tab ch : and barsujipllcd with wluo.,liquois
j and clL'arnfif thenii't brand. "lu'
! LITOLP KENTUOKJAN
(Open Day and Night.)
J. K. PARKS, Proprietor,
Oblo Levee, bet, 4th and Oth streU,
-MEALS AT ALL HOURS.
vr-nJ.1,1'.?. nc,v ,DI,,lnS Hal1 wlt1' every con
iio ?. r. 'icen Me,i ,0 Popular
Re-tauraiit, and the guests will iln j evcrv
THE RILL OF FARE
('OTH fx I'M nf ninrf csl.L..tli i
the Vca.oii. ueucacy ol
is supplied with the
CHOICEST LIQUO RSiWINES & CIGARS
UST-Mlxcd drinks prepared with care.
KEAI, ENTATU AUENC1.
F. 51 8TO0KFLMTII,
srcctitoa o rents t sroust uta
Ktclirjrr nuit Wboteanla Deole In
WltfES AND LIQUORS
No. C2 Omo Lnvi!,
Oil BO, ILLINOIS
Oli ko'l'son hand constantly full stooko
lel Wblsklos, Prune Ii llrtndltr, ltd su I Mieclalty. Real Estate bought aad Mid.
oetnn uaiiroroiawints QrTaxei fald, etc.
C WINSTON & CO.,
HEAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (tiKCOND VLOOU) OUIO LKVSIK,
Unr and Ssll Rbal Ebtate,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
Aud pafsra ConteyasoM ofKlodl!
John ((, Haricau. Chas. Thrupp,
JOIIXQ. HARM AN Si CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
Norlli- for, tub St. ! ObiaLTe.
Abstracts of Title, Conveyancing made a
utitlnltv llnnl KktfttA Imilurf., mrA aaI.I