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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TltURSDAY, JANUARY 30, 1873
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LOcit KATMFR BBPORT.
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CAUtO, Jan. , MTB, 10:11 p.m.
Urometer 80.18, tat) tilting,
Thermometej B dtftrees below ro.
Wind KOUtk,T(WeHy3 miles per hour.
Weather, elcat " ,
Mtxlaum.ttinpcnituretiKt !l hours, at
3:30 p. m., 17 degrees.
Mlnlnnim temperature, last 34 tiourt, ut
3 p. tn., 8 dT below iero, . . . ,
J'rovallhijr sjladlast 24 hours north..
Total snmber of miles wind ravelled, I art
SI hours, 100.
TnoMAM L. Vatmk, Observer.
LAXOB Mock of dry goods nt C. nanny'
Co). 11. It.'Townes was In Cairo ycMcr
dar. Com In the car It selling at 45 els per
The nilnolt Central train was an hour be
lilnd liftnd last nllit.
We noticed person Irom Anna, Joncshoro,
Cobden and Villa tldc at.tbo Olc Hull con
cert last ulgbt.
According to the count of the cctmis Just
taken, the South Cairo precinct contains a
population of 4,250.
i.AROK stock of cuitalni and ilauissk's at
Firewood sells readily at W percord. The
road are Is bad condition and not enough
wood is brought In to supply the demand.
IIai.tI MASqUEliADKHS ! Masquerade
costumes, and false face-masks lor lale or
hire during the tcason at John School's
Col. It. It. Tonne of Joneshoro, Is In the
city attending the clrcullrourt. He U en.
Kagcd In bshslf of the prosecution In the
-Mr. James Itltchle of St. Louis, will take
charge of the 0. V. railroad company'
yards In this city, and will shoitlv remove
here with his family.
Persons. wishing to Invest In real estate In
this city will do well to call on Mr. 0. Win.
-ton, real estate agent, wliose advertisement
will be found In another column.
Lsrg stock of wool blankets at down
pr.ee at C. nanny's.
Our friend, Dr. Condon of Anna, called lor
the "Arkansaw Traveler," at the tonccrt
last night, and got It. Olo Hull smiled, and
hl fiddle went through the mclodv as though
It was used to playing It every hour In tho
ilav, and Dr. Condon was happy,
Stiiayi on Stolen. Ab out the 25th
Inst., a dard red cow, 4 years old, thin in
Any person giving Information that will
lead to her recorery will he rewarded by
leaving word at This Bulletin oilicc.
The accident at the Eames Hub factory re
corded In The Hulluti.n a day or two ago,
was not as serious as at first supposed. The
young man, whose namo Is Ganalil. was only
(lightly hurt, his arm being cut In such a
manner at uot to disable him for anv length
Haxdsomb lino of dress gooits at C.
At tlf St. Charles yesterday were W. C.
Dorris and Jcsso Altom, I'atoka, Ills.; K. ,L
-Hunger, St. Louis j V. .1. Odcndahl, New
Orleans; A. Gukcnliam aud W. T. Ovcrsly.
Kvansvllle; 1). 11. Perkins, P.-ulucah ; J. J,.
Wymore. Vienna; E.Mclllncklv. DuOiinlm
O. C. Street, l'aducah ; E. F. Mulkey and
iic, vt . ueaio auu laity andE. llcale, Cob
1. 0. 0. P.
All members of tho I. O. 0. K, nro re.
niKsted to b present at the tncctlnir nt their
hall this evening. Visiting brothers arc cor
Ily order of tho N. (.
.loii.f lloiil.snoN, Scry.
PoncKlCotmT Judge Hross presiding.
Mrs. Mary Sullivan was agnln fined
In tho sum of $20 for selling liquor without
havlngjthe necessary llcenie. This is the
second tlmo that this lady has been llnod for
persisting to sell whlskoy conlriiry to thcor
dlnaticc. tames Allen of tho colored Urantaml Wil
son club treasury notoriety, wasllncdfXi ami
the costs for abusive langmg'o toward his
. The C. and V. rnllroad company was lined
$100 and the costs for obstructing Commer
cial avenue. This Is the second line Imtocd
on that company this week.
Laiuik stock or brown domestics at 0.
-Mr. C. Winston advertises somo veryilc
slrablo building lots for sale ; also dwellings
lor sale or rent. Mr. W. is one of our
most enterprising business men, and well
posted in regard to real estate matters, and
parties wishing to buy, sell or lease property
In the city, or country, will do well to give
him a call. Seu advertisement lu another
Large stock ofbleached imi'lln and sheet
ings at C. Uauny'a.
Parker's Compound Fluid Extract lluchu
H the result of years of experience In the
private practice of a leading physician. It
Is. unequalled by any other remedy In all'cc
tlons peculiar to females, such as Chlorosis,
ltetcntlon, Irregularity, Pulnlulness or Sup.
prcstion ol the customary evacuations. Ul
cerated or bchirrhus state of the I'tcrus,
Leucorrhiia or Whites. Sold by all drug-
Handsome line of reps and" tigured de
lalns at C. Hsiiny's.
TlttltD DAY SECOND WEEK,
The whole of yesterday wis consumed In
the examination of witnesses In the ShuiHc.
berger case. There nro yet about twelve
witnesses to bo examined In this rase. The
wltucsscs as they arc called. are belmrclost lv
Interrogated and a great deal ol tnni; Is con-
sumod in tncir examination. The rate will
not terminate before the end of this week.
Tho Jury, are constantly In charge of a
bailiff, and irreat Care is taken tn nrevimt
them coming lu contact witli any one but
the proper olllcersol the court. The irrand
Jury have not completed 'heir labors yet,
ami may not adjourn until Saturday.
LAP.OE PIKE IN ML"JtPHY.SIlOKO.
A private letter from Murnlivsboro tlves
the details of a disastrous lire which occur
red in tint town la-t Friday tibia. Tim
Mount Carbou Coal company's store was
discovered to bo on lire at uVout hall-past
lOo'cloek, p. in., and with Its contents, was
entirely destroyed. The passenger depot
and frclvrlit house with all It contained Mem
also ci.tliely consumed, and nearly ovety-
tlilng lu the telegraph olllec. 1 he ol lee ol'
Mr. Charles Harris went but the contents
were saved. Palmer A tvetit'x books I'cll
a victim to the llauie. Ono Ire irlit car.
tilled with wheal belonging t Mr. Henry
llouchcr, was burned. Jl'hcre were three
explosions of powder during the progress of
the lire which blew the entire rool oil' the
bulldlug in whlcn it was kept. As far as
we can learn no person was Injured. The
lire was an cnteuslvo ono tot Murpbysboro,
and Its e'fl'octs will no doubt bo serious.
The lollowlng Is tho programme of tho
Parlor Concert, to bn given at the rcldenco
of Mr. II. L. Halllday to-night ;
I'itoniu.Mjri: rAltT i.
I. String Hand.
S. (jut Vive Ciallop 7'nr-lly Mrs II.
Halllday ami Miss 11. Parker.
:s.-Vocj1 Duett Miss A. Pltther and Mr.
J. The Bnow klcs Whlto-i'uMi'ran Mr.
5. The Kaltr ol Bagdad 11. ,T. Wall.
II. Waiting Song-U. JMm-Mlss C. Hurd.
7. lteadlng Mls K. Tompson.
2.-Les Dames De Guide SchiUrt-- F.lla
Itobblns and Ada Halllday.
.1. Duett Vocal Mr. and Sirs. Hchlossfngcr,
4. Sailors Wlle-,A. Jhot Mrs. Lansden,
0. liiitruiucutal Piano Mr. Hegur.
0. Duett Piano-Clara Wilson aud Ida liar-
Music begins at 8 o'ebek sharp.
Tho audience, which assembled at tho
Atheiieuui last night, was uot so largo as on
the previous evening; those who stayed
away missed the best of the two concert".
Tho house was warmed to such n degree
that It was safe to call it comlortable and not
go outside of the truth. Tho programme
was a splendid one and gave the niKlioi.ro
unlimited delight. 'J he music which Olc
Hull makes on his violin Is simply divine.
Ills "Mother's Prayer'-' Is touching beyond'
description aud walls on the slrlngs siippl!
cation, submission and Iou by turns, almost
as plain as words themselves.
Miss Uldgwuy surpassed her slnciliir of
Tuesday night greatly, and enchanted the
uuillenea by the rippling music which
seemed to roll Irom her lips. Slirnnr Fcr-
rami was "splendid;" this was the universal
verdict ol the ladies, aud Mr. Denck was re
called several times. Tho parly took the
cars toEvansWIlii, where they give a concert
CONDITION OF THE MVJ5IIS.
The managers of the Cairo CuIno Mas
querade, take this method of informing the
public that they have made arrangements
with Johu Hull, (uot Ole Hull), to lead the
orchestra on the occasion ol their ball, on the
night of the 17th of February next. Those
ile. Irons of participating in this irrsml mm
qucradc, should at once apply for their tick
ets, to tnc managers, II...Meyers, U. Herbert
aim I'cicr Jien, 1-TO-Ot.
ilAMidoMit line of dra-s goods at & i ts
at (J. Uanuy's.
Prof. Curtice hat DOS tftOUl'tl lltu Ktw.ni-l a
advertised for next Friday and Saturday
nights, February 7 and 8. The tlrst will be
a concert ol miscellaneous lntulc Mr.
I.andeu, Mr. Morris and others will sing on
llAMbioME line of Cashmeres at C. Han
We desire to remind our readers of the
parlor concert at the residence of Mr. Hcnrv
Halllday this evening. We need not assure
them that it will bs n .J,.,.,..,,,. .....
I hose of our cltUens who hate been present
-k .uU.0 tUiieer.s kdow lor themselves, ami
those who have not beon should go uud be
couvlnccd. Tho programme inr it.i.
ing Is an assurance that to-night's concert
w in not lull l.ehlud any of lu predecessors.
Lakoe stock of cai pellng and oil cloths at
CAIKO THE HEAD OF -NAVHiATIUN
AM. HOATS STOPPED HUNM.NG.
Heavy Ice rati out of the Ohio river alt dar
yesterday. It came down In icros. Iiiii.imI
lug navigation and endanuerini; shlnplnir
navigation Is suspended for the present and
all the boats at this jori are harboring am
will lay up until the Ice has run out. .-t
eral Memphis pickets are fut here. 'Hit
Illinois railed to mak connection with the
train on Mondiy and did im ttUitu W Co
lumbus last evetilns. .she will tluti ber tr-
til the Ml.tlnlpnl 1, clear of I.e. Tli lt.'r-
boat Cairo hit made no trips I'f a dy n
two on account of the Ice obitxuttlt tU
river. No.pervius can gt across and Tt n
who wished to cross to jllsvouri on Tuesday,
went to Columbus aud from thtre to Cbsrtes
ton by rail. The inn effected a slight thaw
of tho snow yesterday, but there Is no
change in the condition of the rivers at this
writing, Cairo Is now the head of naviga
tion, as It has been with lew Interruptions,
since tho cold weathcrset In.
Spccl.il illpatclies to the lln.Lr.TlN report
tho.condltlou of tho Ohio and Mississippi
rlvcri nt various places.
1IU8IKISS AND WKATIir.n.
Uustuei.s on and about tho levee yesterday
was very quiet on account of the Ice block
ado, Tho weather was generally clear and very
The Anchor line packets St. Joseph, llclle
Memphis and Emma C. Elliott have gone to
tho bank wllh their cotton on boaid, w here
they await further ordr.
The Crescent Clly and "barges nro Ice
bound near the Kentucky furry landing.
She left here day before yesterday.
The Mary E. Km-nytli Willi a Cull load suc
ceeded lu getting through the Icoovor In the
Mllsslppl and united liuioat nine o'clock
Tile-day night. She had a hard time wills
the Ice alter leaving (ircenleal's bend, turd
for n while It was thought she would Hot get
through It. She laid hero till day yesterday
on account of tho Ice.
Ciipt. John 11. llootli was badly Injured on
last Monday morning at Cincinnati while,
direct ing the loading of tho bull and machi
nery of it new South American steamer In
one of his barges by n heavy plcco of tim
ber fallliiL' ou one of his knees.
The City or Cluster has h'cr (rip on board
re lily to leavu fur Memphis as soon as the
river will permit.
Thero was biit.ouc arrival and but one
departure yesterday and, Items Wcie very
scarce. - " f
flly 'allonnl Hunk Dill Ml tig-.
sssv.sjl(H.u attention J.Hiil t.)or.r. troio nsiuu
boats uiu'lit or U
-M A It ICE 1" ItEl'OllT.
.Monday Evening, Jan. 'JTlli, ltd.
Tho lust lew days has wittiu.'sed tho bre
cit market of flour, meal and produco llmt
tins be" ti known In Cairo since It has been
a market. It iy ulonu lias heon in sulll
clcnt supply tn meet all demands but this
is now very much reduced and should tho
railroad continue to reject freight the
present stock will soon bu entirely eilmuf
tod. Corn and outs on the I.evco is very
scarco owing to tho protcriplivo order of
tbe I. C. It. U. rejecting nil uttered on Its
line except that destined lor tho elevator.
Should tills bo prcservod in, although tho
domand was never more uctivu thnn nt
proient, business must necessarily coma to
a stand still, as very llttlo grain is shipped
in bulk from this market nnd it Is out ol
tho quosllou for dualurs to sack nnd handlo
il'in tho elevator with tho dispatch that
could lu uiado from the cars on track.
We hopo tho sako of shippers, agents, cou-
sumori and nil conrornod that this order
may bo speedily coiintermandud. Tho
weather is very cold; lioavv Ico Is run
ning out of both rivers, and navigation is
somewhat diUi.-ull but is not interrupted
by it. "f .
Bsiruorrcspontiflnls should bor in
mind that our quotations represent prices
for round lots from tlrst hands', unless
otherwise stated, and that In flUinir small
orders higher prices must bo paid jgS
l'LOUK Mnrkot baro in consequenco
of tho refusal of the Illinois Central ltail-
road to receive freight. Tho dumnnd is
principally for low nnd medium gradoi,
prices nrc firm. Sales reported nro 2.100 bbls
as follows. r,00 to arrivo, " 00; 100 spring
super 0 DO; 100 good XXX 7 7r.; L'OO low
upor 5 10; T.00 L'hls Trlumpli 7 25; S00
various grudes 5 L'5 to 10 03 nnd oOO bbls
do 6 60 to 10 00.
HA V Domand good ; stocks are becom
ing reduced j prices nro firm ni quoted.
Sales comprise, 8 cars choice timothy del
25 00; 4 cars strictly choice 2G 00; Ji cars
good tnUod 2 00; -1 cars mixed 2 122 00
1 car clover mixed 23 00; 2 cars prariit
17 OttiijlB 00 ntul 8 cars primo mixed and
timothy 1M 00 dulivored.
(JOHN Vory scnicc, nono nn track
to-day. In consequenco of its scarcity.
bales havo made at higher figures than is
warHiiled by prices nt other markets.
Very choice white selling at 4'.e, nnd somo
as high ns lOe, mixed in ono or two cases
touched ISe but that is hardly n quotublo
prico on the I.'ir.-n. .Silts ufwhito wore
2 can in sacks del ASc; I cars du s'j,jOc;
10 cars do leijtSc; I car do 17c; li cars
while In bulk on track 40c; 4 cars do 35c
a.l 1 car In bulk In elevator .Sales
ol mixed wore 500 sacks lllling oiders,
tTfa-lS 1 car in bulk In (he elevator BCje,
tt ears railed In .';kj del 43c; 10 can do
.r.t.Xittl 10 r.nti do 4';.
OATS S-ipply iity light, none 1 1 all
tfc u,iit ,d are tttn sr.d ad
C 00 ond 200 bbl cbtnmon to cltolco .1 00
to 5 00 per bid,
POTATOES -Demand good but wea
ther unfavornblo for handling them, n few
car loads. of. peach blows sold at d 00 per
l'OHK 'J'hcro is it fair demand for
drcsied bogs nnd not mar.y coming In.
Sales of porlinpi 100 head liavo been made
nl'lJtoDc. Moss pork is quiet and held
nt 12 50 to 12 75. Very llttlo doing In
bulk incuts, bacon nnd lard.
WHEAT Tho prices to day, reporlod
by tho City Mills nro Sv. 1 While, $1 ir,
No. 'J White, $1 (13; lied bv sample, $1 50
to t Co; Medlterrrtnenn Si !I0 to 1 50.
Damp or tough s.licat Is uiisnleuble.
1'IiASTHl.INO IIAIH. :iSc "I bushel.
III. ME. In lots $1-25 to 1 CO V I'M
OEM I! NT. At wholesale $2 '25
o0 'fl bid.
POTATOhS Po'r bbl .1 00 to HA.
(I'NNIF.rj-ltesewed bushels. Is(!
bushel 20o. , '
lll'l!I,AP?-2 bu corn PJo. 151c; do 10
o Kle; 4 bus Oct. iOc: ft bl.s ale; (I bus 22u.
PltO VISIONS. Sugf.r Cured llnmi
plain 'ts lb. l'.'J to He.
Cloar . Sides llacnn, 8(,V)Uc
TEAS-lmpcilal, 7&GII 25; Ounpow
dor, 75.UI 2.'i; Oolong liiack, "SQl tX)
Vsiuuxr llyon. $1 WQ1 40.
CHEEbE. New York Factory, new, M
SsYuuiV Cholen -.i gallon, C.-.o&i$ 00
New Orleans, 0.1Jj,70c.
, COFFEE, latu, ;io32c. ; l.agtiayra, 24
&25. itlo, Prime to Choltu.St to 25c.
HltOOMS. Common Houso ydoioii, tl
Mi Jo's-e to Extra, $2 UO&S 75 ; S. 11. ?1 fi
IIEESWAX, 1? ft 30c.
SOAP. MchaeUcr's Oerman mottled;
7e ( Champal;ii soap, 71c.
s-UwAlt C.ilee A. I.lje ; to lBJe : Crushed
Powdered and (IranulatetHugar 14 J to 15c:
FltEKillT. COITON, Compressed, to
Skw oiik, c.; to llusio.y ? (si. Ui,
compies.eil, to Kkw Ydiik, ?1 11; to Hoe
FKEKillT TO MEMPlIIS.-yii.ui, 3.-,c,
Hay, O) Corn 1.1 cwt.,20e. : Outs, ICc.
Potiitnpo, V ibl., 3jc. : Arr.:es.;i5'.-. ; Pork,
40. ; Whiska, l.lc. ; Lmiibei a M. s; ij
Heavy rrelgnti cwt..20Je.
TO NEW ( Hl.i:AX..-Fb.itr V lib), ;
Pntatncs Me. ; Apiles Mi.; i'oil,, 75.:
Whisky, 1 ,Vj; Hay V-t"U. 'i icj; t orn V
wt.,2;je.; Oat., ,..; Tubjiei. VI hhj.
5 OsJ ; Cotton bale, I 50: l.umli.jr V.
M. 10 00. Heavy Height, -V ewt. 27J
ST." JA.MKS "irOTKI1,, "
.Nurthea-t Corner Public qtl:ile,
This house has recently been repaired and
lurnMicil newly throughout. Jt is conveni
ent to the buiini-s houses ami the court
house, (iood sample room..
10 tub An-LICTKU.-Dr, Wm. Croskey
ui jie soraciiy, and Par Ave years rest
uent physician lu Ucllevuo aud Charity
hospital, Is now stopping at Delmonlco
notei, wncre ue can be consulted for 'treat
mem oi ail. lonus or ehrou -. ,11.,,..,. n.
Croakey 'is neither u W.ati-M '
travelling humbug but a regular graduate of
two of the best medical schools lu America.
He challenges competition lu the lino of
diseases of which he makes a speciality,
lo and see him, examination free. No cure
tio pay. j .23, lvv
.Steamer Utile Memphis, Memphis.
' -Mary E. Forsyth, St. Louis.
" Illinois, Columbus,
Steamer Illinois, Columbus.
1110 MUPPV COAL.
Stsatnboatsiuppllrd at any time, both day
and night with either Lump or Chestnut
Coal, In any quantity an 1 ou usual terms,
at the yard at Grand Tower, Illinois, hpc
tlal contracts offered on lavorable terms,
11. V. Olyi'iiant, (ion. Supt.
D.O. Hokkk, Sales Agent.
CONDITION or TIIK III V Rim.
The Ohio river was stationary yesterday,
and its entire surface was covered with sharp
new made Ice. Tho lee" Is still floating out
of the Mississippi, aud that river Is no(
gorged at (Jrecnleal's, as repoitcd by St
Louis dispatches, Along Its banks It Is
frozen solid for the dlstain-o of sixty yards
from either shore, and will bear up a heavy
team, Tho ferryboat was compelled to re.
main at her dork yesterday, and the tug
Cache made several trips lor her with dilll
culty. Navigation In all directions Is again
stispcuded for the picscut.
Jt'VKNILK CIIOHUS CONCKHT
Ti-kshav, 1'i:iiiu:ahy4, 187H.
POSITIVELY ONE NIGHT ONLY.
f-Tl'TllI nillnrt nlninouf tn tit lm ttt sn lu-
till lititiiU fif trin tip
purpose ol refurnishing their department.
Let tho people of Cairo, (cspeelallv those
Interested lu the School,) encourage their
TICKET , !ceU.
Itescrved seats 25 cents extra.
Kill fi:n 'it I Infinin tin,.. ..m.I Itip..!...-
Ilios on the levee.
Onr Homo Advertisers.
, ra&'.-.r.g lw,;itri in lomt txttt eit aikin
4V lit ts tjr.'A !..- sIm itlsi at tbt
pf.. fit . li of tsn at 8-ic
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Ulhli U'i'.Ki T jl MtrVtt it
htt-. v. v i taii ftil Ui ti
'snit a-fsnrtH. ..isi:i jt Is
pUtiij n i j V. tlnsv vjni ;;;;xt'jr.lty oil
tn, 'ji ti. if. .-u,iuit. Kth t'fjprlso
WbV) ):. if 1 VS,1 (J1; 1 car loajs
do te, W) ltd HUt rAi vn ibis
do li lt,l Co htA Uyj hhU "Evuilng
Star " H D'J UWujl 00.
lilt AN Quiet and dull. We noli sales
'm high as 21 00 per ton sacked and del,
while somo ollered to-day at 'J 00 found
MUTTER Largo supply and light de
mand. 30 pkgi roll told nt i.'022c; COO
lbs roll nnd packed sold at 20c; -1 pkgs
cholco roll lOQijUr, fi boxes cholco roll
brought L'2c and !i tubs solid packed sold
EGGS Nono in tho market. i-'OO doz
en arrived to-day and wore taken at 113c
n few pkgi soli at CO to .13c. All receipts
nro taken on arrival,
POULTRY Dressed . chickens nro
scarco nnd cholco sells readily at 3 50 to
4 00; poor ones tell at low ns 1 00; live
chlckons are not wanted ns long as tho
nsuthor coutinuos c-old, Choice dressed
ducks arc In demand at 3 C04 00; dressed
geese commands C 00 per dozen and good
dressed turkeys 2l5o pdr pound.
GAME There is a good demand for
rabbits and quails' nt 1 25 per dozen, the
preiont stato'of tho weather Is vory favor
able for small gnmo. Venison is dull,
soiling at fie pur pound.
APPLES- 100 bbls cholco rod sold at
Clinrtitrod Mnrch SI, 1HI.
OITY NATIONAL BANK, OA 1110
A. It. SAFFOIH). President:
H. H. TAYLOIt, Vlee-I'resldent;
H, IIYSLOP, jjccielsry and Treasurer
'' M. llAci.ST, OUSS. 011,111,.,
K. II. HtoeirLsrii, l'vi. (). Hem n,
It. II. CTNNIKUIISM, II. J', lUtllMT,
J. 11. Phillips.
ItviioHllsini iiiiy Amniiitl CtivrrlT,dIriim
Toil ('pntH lliwnril.
JMKURHT i-id on deposit at the rsl-ol su
pereont. per annum, Maieli 1st nnd riniitiin
r 1st, lDterost Lot vrlthtlrnwu Is MJcil Imtnc
(mteljr to tie rmclpl of tlio ileji.vll., tliereh
i?'Iiix thorn ccunpoun'l luterrst
uanutuii women anh oiiilhrkn mat
sj that so oi:s rut CAjr raAVf ir.
Open fiery niislims iliy rrnmVH.ni. lt .1 ii.m
ami tJstnrilsr nyenmi! tur KA VIM) JiKpo' 1 1
oulj, Irom S in s o'clutik,
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lIl.UT h. llAHIMT, VV. I. ItALI ID.IV,
Oi'i. V. Williamson, Hispiisn lluu
A. li. Ha r root'.
KscbitliK. Colli anil ITnlttnl Minion
lliimlM IloiiKlit unci Mold.
EPOSITO rooiT.l, sod a K-nisl bsnklts
FIRST NATIONAL RANK
DA.MKI, IIUUU, Vrealilenti
ItOHKKT. vilt,,.!5it. ie.freillial
C. N. HUiiUV.H. Casnlor.
CvJLLKUTIO.VS PROM1TLY MADK.
EXCIIANdK, roln, t,nk not inJ Umtei'.
Matfs Hecorltlcs Lnuetit soil soM,
Sitorrf AllawMl ftn'fi.nellMs
Will be given at the
FRIDAY AMD SATURDAY EVENINGS
iVhrimi-j' 7nnil h. 1H7:,
II V Tilt
ML'.SIC'AL TALKNT OK THIS CITY,
I'nder the direction of
IMiOF. N. J'. CL'ltTICi:.
The Urst evening will be a miscellaneous
Oi'KitATic, Kkntimental asu Coiiio
The sceond evening will be rendered tho
O AWT ATA
I.N FULL COSTUME.
Two vry attraetlvo prnirrammes which
eauunt fall to plea.e the public. Let homo
laiciii anu inuusiry lie appreciated Ijy i
crowded housu,on each night.
Tickets .' '.f0 rents
itetervcu heats. s:, cents extra,
Tor sale nt Ilartman'x, corner of Sixth
street aud Commercial avenue, ul.n nt lliwl..
well A Uo's book t-tore, .No. 124 Commercial
I3TDooi open at 7, commence at fJ.
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
No. "4 Ohio Lkvki..
Oilers the following valuable real es'ate lor
sale, which Is selected from a very largo list
of valuable real -estato lor sale and lease,
as prcntlug very favorablo terms for In
vestments: A large two story house, In good repair,
together with '.'lots, on Cross stleet, near
school house, a No. I bargain.
That lino Urge lioii-o and lot 0. block ."I,
city, on Washington avenue between Fourth
and Filth streets.
Lot No. 8, block No. II, Ohio l.-vi e.
Two pli-nilul high lots on Walnut street,
next to corner of Klgth street. Very cheap.
Two lots on Tenth street, between Walnut
and Cedar streets. Very desirable and will
tie sum rlieap.
Three lot on Cedar street, w ell situated
at a bargain.
t'lio-e two Due business lots, l.i ami ID,
block 14, city, on Commercial avenue, near
corner of Klghtli street, on w leh now
stands the livery stable of .Miles I'.ilker.
Pos.ession given tlr.t of April.
Four lot. on Twenty-lift street, u'arCom.
men ial av-nu. and freight dit t,( the C.
nun v . rauronii
I wo lots on ( ormriTHsl rl. near eor.
nnrof 'I hint-third sirs-et. V ill be sold
I wn sfooil liiisini .s o . 7 inn H. i oefc ll.
city, on Washington iivi nue nnd comer nf
r lltcemu street, niii'ciiy oppo-lic cu-tom
Lots 0, 10, ll and li samii bliiekaud Inrear
of last mentioned lots, nn Kllteenlb street.
Lots 0 and 10. block .'Hi. city, on Thirteenth
street, near t.'ommer. ljl avenue. Price :!ihj
A line farm nj l.V) acres, with good Im
provements at CJoini- Island, adjoining tho
larm of O. (ireenlee, Li The soil and ler
tlllly are iiinurpas.cil, Ik log rich bottom
land entirely above overllow.
Suvoral well Improved fruit larms lu Pu
10,000 acres unimproved land- lu Alexan
der aud Pulaski counties, In bodies to Milt
V!."i,iioO acres unimproved, well timbered
laud In Arkansas, near Oseeulu, Nn, I cotton
lauds, Title? to all tho loregolng pelleet.
v o u"TTa ,s k .
The Perry House. This large and eomino.
dlous and well situated house will bo leased
for a number of ) ears on very advantageous
Those finely sitit'itetl residence lots '21, -j
and block to, idly, corner of .Ninth ami
FOIt SALK OU Li:.i:.-Lots in any
part ol tho city. !': 1m
MISS ,M. .1. OAUSON
Wishes to call nttontlon to Iter stock of Toys,
Notions and Fancy Goods anil tftaplc Aitl
eles consisting of Dolls in great variety,
Ladles' Work-boxes ot lino quality, "Writing
Desks, Children's: Dishes, Toy Wagons, Doll
lluggles, Jlobbyllorses, Fine Silver-plated
Ware on Nickel Silver, Fine Table-knives,
Kuapkln Kings. China Vases, au.l a good se
leetlou of Cheap Jewelry, Also tine
Call Hells, Pictures and Picture Frames, and
many other articles too uuuierois to men
tions All aro invited to call. No. loU Com
niervUl nvenuo, between NiHtli and Tenth
streets, 1-10-lm. ,
UIIKEN & OIiyfJKUT,
COUNSKLOUS AT LAW,
William It. (Ireen, 1
Willum 11 (illbcrt, V CAIItO, IM.lNOiH,
Miles P.UIIkurt, J
srSpocn, Mtsotion Klvou to Adroltslty aod
Of TICK OHIO I.EVKfi, ROOMS 7 AND 8 OVm
OITT NATIONAL I1AVK,
OAIUO AND PADUUAH
The splrmlld stenmer
Diuk Kowt.nn, Captain
Leaves Cairn DAILY. (Sunday excepted), u
4 p.m. For freight or passage apply ou boat
or to Jas. Malluiiv, Ag't,
"ZBKBEBKI) 1 I sW-'ilsfaWPMflsW
CHEST I'UOTECTOKiS, 1
(( h.imol ami mbblt skin,
lor weak lungs,
Ar IIAIICLAY IIHO.S.
FOIt SOW: THItOAT,
PrnpaifU uikI sola
ISv 11 A UCLA V imos
And DUInfectmit. lor inblr
At IIAUC'LAV IJIKW
r I,-,INE CIGAKS,
And "I'nlverssl gtandard."
At IIAIICLAY llltO.S.
co3vi.xr-. C HT S 'I' A L .SALOON
OF CHICAGO, ILLINOIS. ' f asd-
CENt'L.UrrirB, 172 Wasih.votok Sr. j P.KADINO UOOILS.
'JL'J.. tiaSoO.OOO. I MICIIAKl.fjnvvi.' P
- . . . . , vj,, ,pv,.
This Oerman Life In- iranee Company
guarantees not onlv Paid-up Polldr. Ma
alo a Value Jn C.i-fi on tils- N'on-fnrleltiire
JOHN A. DUCK. - - - Prudent
V. KNOI1KUSDOKF, - - - Hometary I
.IOI1.N W. Pltl!K:s.
Agent for Cairo and vielnlty,
(oi.t i-osr oki let: tinh.)
Corner Mttb street and Commerclil Av.
I be be.t brands ol Cigars, cholco Wlns.
CjTOpen day and night. JEJ
SI.'CTION NO, 47.
Association for protnntiuir Life Iii'iiramo
and Sick Itelief by week I v ilues and mutual
co-operation in objects ol pubdc beucllt.
The I. lie Iii'iiranee Policies will be I..ued
by the Teutonla l.lfu In.uralicc Company.
II. MKYKRS, I'resldent.
JOHN V.'. PUL'KSa, Ao't.
11,1 It for Cnlrit nnil s Irlnltr
SALOON AND HEADING KOOMS
,;,'com;nercK?d WLNTKlt'd lll.OCK.
L'AllKEK & MONTAGUE
SSTTlie best brjnds ot Cigars, eholeo
lues, l.lUon.,ete., always on band t!
Kh DOHA DO
It'LLIAHD SALOON AND MAH-KOOM.
JOII.V WATKJS, I'roiirUlor.
fp) , lot AVmmrrcil Asslbs, CA1KU, II.LINOic
' lint LrnJ of Cslife- ncicsrslu rse.lvvl.
imi i uim..inAn s,mm...i ,. ...
I,,,,,..,.' -.,.ji, .ui ...... cit ssiiu tne i. est
-.- . . kj , of tables taint bar supplied with wines, Illinois
'-f Nw-,viVZL.f? HJid eljfar. of tbetiiil Jiraiel..
II A UP. Y VALKKP. Prop'r.
This house is newly tilted up with two
And two fine
JENNY LI ND TABLES
The saloon Is stocked with tbe best
are conipoumlcd In the most approvud style
dTCoinc and see lor yourself, jrj
(Open Day and Night.)
J. E. T'AIIKS, Proprietor,
Ohio Levee, bet, 4th and 0th streets,
-MEALS AT ALL HOUHS.
A linn new Dining Hall with cverv cor.
ven ence has been added to this popular
Itc.uurant, ami the guests will tlnj ever,
requisite lor thelraccouiodatlou.
TIIK HILL OF FAHK
consists of every substantial aud delicacy ot
the tensoit '
V. I.M, , it It ,(tl( mis.
11. SMYTH & CO.,
i is supplied with the
CHOICEST LIQUUUS.WINES &CIGARS
ill .iiixeu urinks jireparcd with care.
Aire, keep ooustnntly on hand a most cm
ptto stock of
BCOTUU AUD IltlBII WHIBKIES
Port, Mndorla, Sherry and Cntnwba "Wines
Ruttyrn A CO. seTeicluslvtly for rush, to
. which fact they Invite the es(jcll sttvc
lion nf eln.s liarcnln Lny.rs.
F. M. STOCK F h 15 Til,
sveccssoa o ronii s iiocsriiTH
Itietlfyer unit M'linlennle Ileule In
foreign suit lloiiiratln
WINES AND LI QUO US
No. 02 Ouio Levke,
:.' K knaps on lisnj eonstamty a full stock c
iu npniiicsr iiourson, i.yii inn muuuui
Whiskies, Krimch llrsndles, tut i u
ne au.l California Wines
HKAU MTATB AUKNVI.
0. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
"i (hkcond i-loor) OHIO HVlCJt,
lioY amu Hill Rkal Estatk,
FUHNiaH ADSTUACTS OF TITLE
Ami ,f-ire Uonseysnons otHlo,!
John l. Ilancan.
.I01L Q. IIAltMAN & CO.,
HEAL ESTATE AGENTS
Nor Hi fur, Uta Nl. uud UliloJI.cvvs.
Cat no, Ilunoiu.
Abstracts of Title, Conveyancing mj.de
specialty, Iteal Kstato bought and sold,
saT'lftxe Paid, etc.