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faMUalUa eflec, lUtla BalMli
LOCAL TTKATHER REPOET.
U. 8. 810. 8n., Ommivxii's Orrtcx.
Cairo, Jin. no, lT3, 10:11 p.m.
Barometer 30.19, and (ailing.
ThenBomitr37 decrees above zero.
Wind north, velocity niilea per hour.
Maximum temperature Uit St hours,
3 p. m., 33 degree). ,
Minimum temperature, last 24 hour,
4 a. iu., 0 ilcgreci.
Prevailing wind last 21 hour. south.
Total number of tutlet wind travelled, last
14 hours, 131.
Thomas I Wat.so.v, Observer,
I.AfiOB stock of dry goods at C. Hanny'a
No transfer boats came up from Columbus
yesterday. Tbc Ice m tlio river prevented.
Twenty-four persons arc at present In St.
Mary's tuuruury, treated ut ttie expense ol
Onlv elk'bt case of smallpox arc at prc-
ntln the cltr nest-house. The disease Is on
Jlcllale's ihovcl brlfiade did good service
ritcrdav In scranlni: the mud I rout the
LtnOB stock of brown domestics at C.
Two persons Inn' been seuwnccdto tbe
prultcutlary during tlie present term of tin
L. T. liutler ol Murirecboro, passed
through hero esterdiiy ui hit way to Hil
The platform and uhsrfboat of Messrs.
Orr.V l.lnlull Ik crowded with llellflll tor
points down the river.
The main track of the C. and V. railroad
has becu completed down Commercial uv.e-
nuoto the .Mississippi levee.
Lajiok itock of cuitalm and damask's at
Yesterday m comparatively pleasant
day. The tun thouc ull day, but the "thaw
was not very gi eat, and tills Is the last day
F. M. Stocklleth returned yesterday from
an extended trip through the southern
counties of tills state, where Ills lion-c lias
a large trade.
The Arab Klrccompauys bell was removed
from the frame It has occupied for the last
lour years, and will be suspended in tha ctl
pola of the new engine-house.
The tug Cliche took the place if tho ferry
boat Cairo yesterday, transfcrf ng passengers
Irom this shore the to Kentucky shore and
tictjetrta, with promptness and di'p.tcth.
.Halt ! Masqubkadkks I Masquerade
costumes, and falso face-masks lor sale or
hire during tho season at John Seheci'a
Larob stock of wool blanket! at down
price at C. lianny'i.
To tub At rucTBD.-.Dr. Wm, Croskey
of New York cits, and lor live yean refl
uent physician in Ucllcvuo and Charity
hospital, ii now stopping at Delmonlco
hotel, whero he can be consulted for treat
rocnt of all lorms of chronic disease. Dr.
Croskcy Ii neither a located quick norn
travelling humbug but a regular graduate of
two of the best medical schools in America.
He challenges competition In the line of
diseases of which ho makes a speciality.
Go and see him, examination free. No cure
no pay. 1-23, lw
l.AnoE stock of caipetlng and oit cloths at
The parlor concert nt the rcsldeneo ol Mr.
Itcnry llalliday last evening was attended by
ovcronc hundred persons tbc elite of the
city. Tho programme was a good one ; the
selections were happy and tho performers
were prepared to cntcrlain the company
with their best, which they did. In fact,
the tiiu-le given at the parlor concerts is
alwajsgood, both Instrumental nnd vocal,
and lhatol last evening was especially good.
c would like to notice in detail the selec
tions nnd those who rendered them but the
lateness ol the hour precludes Midi a task,
Mr. and Mrs. llalliday entertained their
guests In a most pleasant manner, making
taeui feel welcome nnd at home.
About four weeks ago the firm of Stratton
Jt llird told a large Ins olee of powder, which
was to bo shipped to Monroe, La. While
the powder wm being trnnslerred from their
house to the wharlboat, tlirco kegs ol the lot
mysteriously disappeared. The grand jury
of this county were convinced that one John
Cur ran, who keeps a negro dlvo on Fourth
street, was to some extent connected with
the mysterious disappearance ot the three
kegs of powder, and that body louml :i true
bill against Cumin for larceny. He Is now
in custody of the sheriir and will have
his trial this term ol our court. Curran, II
we arc not wrongly Informed, win nt one
time chief ol police In this city.
Prof. Curtice has postponed Ills concerts,
advertised for next Friday and Saturday
nights, February 7 and 8. The first will be
a concert ol miscellaneous music. Mrs
Lansdcti, Mr. Morris and other? w ill slug on
Mr. liclmer, an old and estimable cltt.cn
of Joneiboro, and father of Cnpt. Heluicr,
fell dead nt tha residence of his son yester
day. He had been In good health up to the
time of his death, nnd the news ol his de
mise will be as shocking to his many friends
ns it was sudden. Deceased was about 70
Handsome line of Cashmeres at C. Han
CONDITION OT TUB RIVF.RS.
The Ohio at this place Is now falling at n
slow rate. Ice, ns a matter of course, it
still Hosting out of both rivers, and Is of a
llrst-clasi and heavy quality nnd continues
as nn Impediment to navigation. The
ferryboat and the transit steamer Illinois
aro stilt laid up, being unable to make their
Special dispatches to the Hui.i.f.tin report
the condition of the Ohio and Mississippi
rivers at various places.
JIUIt.VKSS AND WEATHER.
Owing to the condition of tho riven and
the suspension of navigation business mat
ter on the wharf are very iiulct.
lesterday the sun ahona brightly nnd the
weather moderated during tho day causing
the Iceland mud to melt where exposed to
itargo No. .15 In tow of tho Crescent City
which has been Ice bound In Ihc Kentucky
bond opposite Hlrd's Point since last Thurs
day, was cut down by tho Ico Wednesday
night, and lies with the stern down and the
water Is too feet deep over her deck, as far
forward ns the middle of tbc barsc. All the
freight In the hold and tho Moor tier of hay
on the deck Is damaged. The barge Is
loaded with about 000 tons aborted freight
Which was shipped Irom this place and Cape
Cllrardcati. The Crescent City came up and
tiok down nn empty barge and Is taking oil"
all the ccck load, and and niter It Is nil re'
moved the Cacsent City will try and pump
her out. The hole is Will nit and Is two leet
long mid ten inches wide, and it is thought
that It can be easily raised.
The II. S. Tuner well loaded came out or
the Ohio, Wednesday night, nnd did not
try to make n lauding hero on account of tho
The Mary K. Forsyth Murtcil out yester
day, but went to the bank Just below the
terry landing In Kentucky us she found the
Ice In the Mississippi to formidable.
The towboat Orand Lake No. 'J with :i
Urge tow of Pittsburg coal pas-cd down yc
Urday. She floated tiloug with t lie lei- a
unconcerned as could be. Jshe will And
ready salo for her tow nt Memphis, If the
owners waat to sell, as there Knot a buhcl
of coal at that port, and wood is scarce
along the banks nt the rivet.
The ferryboat Cairo was pulled oil' tin;
bank yesterday by the tug Cache, and while
doing so a portion of the lurry's ratling wu
the Arlington laid up ut Pnducah. She
lia.i large lot of merchandise for our mer
chants, who are uiixiouslv awaiting her ar
rival. The reported sinking of the steamer Hen
ry Ames proves to be a canard.
Our Homo Advortisora.
FIRE AND MARINE
1 3ST S TJ A. 1ST O H
NIAGARA, N, Y.,
AstMf :. fl.43e.ai
OXRUANIA, N. T.,
.Wet 1.0M.7JI 71
tlANOVKK, N. T.,
A-i-it ". - T ' ""
HKl'UHLK!, N. Y.,
Coinirlslo tin Underwriters' Atiicy.
YOKKKRA, N. Y.,
8M f M
. flHEMKN'H FUND, S. r.,
A..M,.. " "
KECUK1TY, K. Y. MARINE,
Stores, Dwellings Kurcttiire, Hulls soil
H1", Inxiru'l i.r rntes Uirmlluns .otiml, p
iintient securlls will wrrnt.
I respei'tliilly k of the otlitens el t-a'r
fhsitfof llmir slronsije. .......
Our Homo Advertisers.
Strayed on Stolen. About (he 25th
lust., a dard red cow, 4 years old, thin in
flcsbhDurham cross, w ith straight sharp horns.
Any person giving Information that will
lead to her recovery will be rewarded by
leaving word at Title Bulletin ofucc.
The pianos used by Pauline Lucca, Ole
Hull, uud Anton ltubeusteln, arc all of
Knabc's the gold medal piano. They m.ist
surely be tha best, and we take pleasure In
stating that E. & W. Uuder arc agents tor
the ubovu turned pianos In Southern l III
nols. . i-ai-nt.
On Wednesday as Wm. Mollcr was en
gaged in chopping down trees on the land ol
Mr. D. Durall, near Ullln, a tree that he was
felling caught Its branches to another not
far oil', and lodged. Whit Holler was in
the act of. prying it from the stump it Hew-
back, bitting him on tho leg with great lorce,
mashing- it into n shapeless mass. Dr. II.
Wardusr of this city was sent for, who
found no other remedy than amputation.
which operation tho young man underwent
nobly. Ho is a young man about 19 years of
age, and an orphan, and has the reputation
of being honest and frugal.
Handsome line of dress goods at C. Han
We ure sorry to record the destruction of
the ruidduuci ol Hou. It. E. Ooodcll. Spriug
ncld, by tire on the evening of the istli.
Tlie ku te was built by Gov. Muttetou iu
1&0T aud was kuowu us tbe Mattesou man
sion. It was injured lor St.lHW by SaU'ont,
Morris & Catideu ot tills city.
Larue stock of bleached miislln uud sheet
logs at C. Hatiny's.
'ihe ball and muxmemdv ot the Ucrmania
ns.octatlon was a magnificent ufTulr. A large
nnd Joyous company was In attendance, uii'i
right well aud merrily did tticy "chasd the
fleeting hours with flying foet." We are
glad to note the success attalutd, mid take
pleasure In complimenting the managers
on the satlslactory manner In which they
performed their duties. Cairo iun.
Two cases were brought before his honor,
Judge tiros yesterday. Dill Spencer, us
black ns the ace of spades, while drunk
abused n colored damsel by knocking her
down, and so on. Spencer wasflned U W
which he paid. Hattlo Wilson will while
an ay eighteen weary days In the city jail,
it being proved that she Is a street walker
and a frequenter of low negro saloons.
Handsome line of reps and figured de
tains at C. Hnn?'.
The mtinsgcrs of the Calio Casino Mas
nueradc, take this method of informing the
public that I hey have made arrangements
wlthJoha Dull, (not Ole Hull), to lead the
orchestra on the occasion of their bull, on the
night of the 17th of February next. Those
desirous of participating In this grand mas
querade, should at once apply for their tick
ets, to the managers, lL.Meyers, I,. Herbert
and Peter NefT. l-'W-Ot.
The pupils of the grammar school an pre
paring to give ajtncnlls chorus concert on
next Wednesday evening, not Tuesday ns
advertised in The IIl'lleti.v vesterday.
Tho object of the concert Is the raising of
funds to refurnish t'jc grammar school de
partment. The price of admission is only
JJ cents for a single ticket, and 15 cents ex.
Ira lor reserved seats. A good audience
ought to greet the enterprising pupils of tl;a
grammar department on edia-sdxy night
secure tickets early.
Handsome line or drs.s goods at l.'ici
at C. Uanny's.
Among the arrivals at the St. Chailes yes
day were Dr. Jones, Dr. Oregory, .1. E,
Cartwright and Charles hltncy, Sf Louis;
.1, It. linker, H. L. West and W. Jt. Holt,
Fulton, MIsbouri, J. Davis, Clinton, Ken
tncky; W.lt. Polndexter, New York ; F. J.
Meyers, Covlnglou, Kentucky ; D. McConi
ghle, Sparta, 1 llluois ; Itobert Harbison, Jos
Mattlnglj' 1 Canne, Cincinnati : It. F
tUewart and John E. Hubbs,Evatisville ; Jo.
Toperlch and lady, Ulllii; C. Finn, Ullln;
O. Uughes, Amboy Illinois; Jos. Millw ood,
Mlslawaka, Indiana; Mrs. John D. Millwood,
Memphis; J, U. Mlllsrood, New Orleans; J,
Lavely, Pittsburgh: L. P. Duller and i, M
Uil'f Murpbryeboro, Illinois.
rOURTIl DAY SECOND WEEK.
Yestcrd ty forenoon w as entirely consumed
In examining the balance of the witnesses
in the Shufllcbcrger case. In tno afternoon
session the attorneys commenced the nrgu
mcnt Iu that case. Late in tho evening only
one more speech vvus to be delivered uud It
is quite probable that by this morning tbe
jury have arrived at a verdict.
The grand jury still has possession ol the
county court room uud there is no possibility
that they will vacate it before the end of
tiU week. Judge Dross has decided not to
commence his court before next Monday
meriting at Oo clock.
VHr Notional Basslx Ilutldlnsr.
bsVSpecial attention raid to orders Irom siesra
WM. GLENN & SON'S
HEAD QUARTERS FOR GROCERIES
COFFEE. Kin, Lnguayra, Java, Mocha,
SUGAR, N. O,, Hard & Soft Refined.
SYRUPS.' Wow Orleans nnd Eastern.
WE MAKE SPECIALITIES OK
W. It. Morns,
II. II. I'andee
No. Put., sml F. H. Horn
KIKE, HULL, OAKUO, 1.1VK STOCK
AH'NA, IIAU I H)IU,
As.sts .V.Mv.f U
NORTH AMtttllCA, PA.,
Asset 52,753,000 to
Asset f2,tH,2U Ti
Asset fl,7sl,HS 6
INTKHNATIONAl,, N. V
Asset) -. tl,1'.3,S'is 1
I'UT.N AM, llAKTKOKU,
Aststs 6IS,C73 tk
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO.,
Asset If, 00,0(0 0
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL. LIFE.
As.ets j),Oou,0(s) 10
TRAVELERS', HAKTKOKU. LIKE ANU
Assets ....I! ,500,000 C
RAILWAY PASSENGERS A-8URANCE
ys.fi fJOO.OOO 00
Asret - tCK.Wi to
SAFFORD, MORRIS &CANDEE,
71 Olilss iMss,
4!lsnrtorwi March SI. ls)0.
CITY NATIONAL HANK, CAIRO
A. II. SAFFUKI). President;
S. S. TAYLOir. Vice-President i
II. UYSI.or, Secretary and Treasurer
Put O. Hem II,
It. 1. lUtLU'lT,
tlr)usllk nt ntsyAtisoiiuf ttrrcl
Tis n( t'istMrli.
iNTKKKST paid oo lf j.f tt at the ml- of sis
percent, pcrannutn, March lstan.1 fcrpfi-riw
tr lei, lulKrost Lot MltliilrAVtn Is r.iMcil .irmr
illstrljr lolte principal of tlio lrioslt, tljii-t.s
ttlrlDtc tlisin compound inlcrpst.
UARIIIKti WOUBK AND UtllLDItRN MAT
to THAT ttO UN SU I'A.S I'StVr IT,
Optn efiTjr tiUlneis tiny from .in. to 1 p.tn.
and Hstnr.lsjr eTomng tor HAVING DKI'lHIl
onti, from 6 to S o'clock.
rtuull W. ItrHLlll'. Tr-nm-i.
THE CITY NATIONAL
II A I It it. I l.s. I .V is I ft
W. P. HALLIDAY, Presldon i
HKNRT L. HALLIDAY, VlccPrusMrni
A. B.HAKKOKD, CMiiler;
WALTER HYtJLOP. M! Hi I
to ,f U Vint SI.
A sad ;ase.
A WARSINQ AND A l.USSON.
Ono week ago yesterday, a gentleman
from Patok.i, Illinois, a large stock dealer,
arrived In tills city with Ills son, a young
m:in named James dray. Young firoy was
liealtliy, stout and Hue looking, aged about
twenty-live years. Mr. Cray the father,
brought several head of stock down
ou the Illinois Central railroad,
had It transferred to bouts nnd
ready for shipment South. Ho Intended to
leave this city for the South on that day In
company with his sou. Unfortunately the
young man had fallen In with some bud
characters, had indulged too freely In in
toxicating liquors, nnd Insisted on remaining
in Cairo, contrary to the wishes of his tin
happy father, The elder Jlr, Gray was
compelled to leae, the younger
remaining In this city. Ills
dissipation continued tlllSaturday j he wan
derlug about tho city di inking poisonous
whiskey nnd subjecting lilmselt to cold and
exposures. On Sund-y his Intoxication
took the form of bodily sickness tho case
was reported to Judge llrnss young Gray
was removed to the St. Mary's lntlrm.iry und
Tuesday ho died, unconscious wlien the
messenger of death summoned him to cross
the dark river. Ills descent to ruin and to
death was brief and terrible and points a
moral which we need not elaborate upon.
In accordance with a request ol the mother,
leceived by telegraph lu this city, the body
was placed in a handsome burial case and
yesterday was sent ou its way to his so sttd
denly und awfully bereaved family.
We see any day ou our stretts numbeis of
prematurely old men men young In )ears
but who have "spent their summer ere It
was May"; broken down bv vurious ex.
cesses, "A word to the wise is HUlllclent"
tie', a bottle of Parker's Compound Fluid
Kxtract lluchti nnd we stake our reputation
ou it, you will tlud It "a friend In need,"
Sin no more, lest a worse thing come unto
thee; take the medicine faithfully, uud you
will be repaid by a full resolution of your
pristine vigor. Tor sale by ull druggists
Stcnmci t.rnud Lake No. PliUbiug,
titciitncr (irund Lake No. New Ort'nns,
nia MUunr coal.
Steamboats supplied at any time, both day
nnd night with cither Lump or Chestnut
Coal, in any quantity an I on usual terms,
at tliu yard at Ornnd Tower, Illinois, hpo.
c Jul contracts offered ou favorable terms,
II. V. Oi.yphant, Ocn. Sllpt.
D.O. llOKEl, Sales Agent,
JUVENILE CIIOHUS CONCERT
Wednesday, Pehiujauy 5, 18715.
POSITIVELY OSE NIGHT ONLY,
UTThls entertainment is to be civan bv
the pupils of the Grammar School, tor the
purpose ol relurnlshing their department.
Let the people of Cairo, (especially those
Interested in the School,) encourage their
Reserved scats '
Tor salo at Ilannou's store and llarclay
uros'., on uie levee.
Will be given ut tho
l'RIDAV AND SATURDAY EVENINGS
I'ebriiHi'j- 7 nnd H, ls73.
Jll'SIC.a TALK. NT OF THIS CUT,
Under the direction ol
IM50F..N. I'. CURTICE.
The Urst evening w III be a liiUcelluneotls
concert, consisting if
Opkhatic, .Sentimental and Comic
Tho second uvenlng w ill be rendered
Two ory uttrucllvo programmes which
cannot full to please the public, Let home
talent and Industry be appreciated bv a
crowded house ou encli night.
'.'5 cents extra,
For sale at llartman's, corner of Sixth
sttect and Commercial avenue, also ut Rock
well Co's book store, No. IU Commercial
KaTDoors open ut 7, commence at P,
TKUTUNIA LIFE INSURANCE
OF CUIOAOO, ILLINOIS.
Cknt'l. Office, 172 AVasiiinotosSt.
This German Life Insurance Company
guarantees not only Paid-up Policies but
al-o n Value In Cash on the Non-forfeiture
JOHN A. HUOK, .
tllSST L. UltLlfc.T.
Uso. V. WlLtUHSOS,
Kosiar II. Ccnmshisiu,
W. P. UtLLIlAT,
JOHN V,'. 1'IMJESS,
Agent for Cairo nnd vicinity.
SECTION NO. 47.
Asor latlon for promoting Life Insurance
and Sick Relief by weekly durs'and mutual
co-operation iu objects of public benetit.
The Lite IiiMirance Policies will be tssiicd
by tbe Teutoulu Life Insurance Company.
JOHN W, PR U ESS, Ao't.
Hill rorCHlrontifl slclsslty.
U. T. UEKOULD;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
OAN f IXTl'HKA,
fi' Kilter's and I'iumbsr'i rnstorisl, Wood
i.tiinr , iloli and nnala TlT.s, stop
also 1'Jsnt roa
Tuft Hrotlisra fnteiit Ilry Usssi Mete r
inl Morouniiafi, Wells . Oo'n Automatic Wstsi
Icdk'slor and Surpl) Valie for steam toilors.
I NTKtl' 'I'.TliC. OTUK0tAI..AV;ll'
And Dealer la
VEGKTAIILKS. FRUITS. EGOS. LARD
KRE.SU BUTTER, ETC.
JQT All Goods warranted fresh, and sold
tne lowest prices.
Corner 6th St. uudCoinmerclalAve.
7-23 tt. f
T O V S, X OTIC) N S,
A K 11
miss -r. j. c Alison
Wishes to call attention to her slock of Toys,
Notions uud Fancy (ioods and Wtuplo Aril
clea consisting ot Dolls In great variety,
Ladies' Work-boxes ol fine quality, Writing
Desks, Children' Dishes, Toy Wagons, Doll
Buggies, Hobby Horses, Fine Silver-plated
Waro on Nickel Silver. Fine Tublc-knlves,
Knupkln Rings, China Vuses, ana a good se
lection of Cheap Jewelry. AUo tine
Call Bells, Pictures ami Picture Frames, and
many other articles too numerous to men-
t on, All aro Invited to call. .o. 15U Com
mercial avenue, ueiwcen amui ami Tenth
EzntssusKt), Cotss ssnd United Hlite
Bonds Uought ssud Sold.
EPOStTU recelred, ud
a Knerat Lsuklo
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
DANI1IL llUHD, "rwldfnti
HOHEKT. MILuKtt, Vlos-frssllout
C. N. HUOlll-a, Casnlrr.
OULLKOTIONS PllOillTLY MADK.
EXCIIANilK, coin, bank notes and
mate securities bought and sold.
IsstsirMl Allossrvit nis T'nlei
REAL ESTATE AGENT
No. 74 Ohio Lkvkk.
Oilers the following valuable rcales'ate for
sale, which Is selected from a very urge II
of valuable reul estate for sale and lease,
as presenting very favorable term- lor in
A large two story house, In good repair,
together with '1 lots, ou Cross street, near
school house, a No. 1 bargain.
That flue larsre house and lot C. block M
city, on Washington avenue between Fourth
atiu ruin streets.
Lot No.' 6, block No. C, Ohio Livee.
Two splendid high lots on Wulnut street,
next to corner of Klgth street. Very cheap.
Two lots on Tenth street, between Walnut
aud Cedar streets. Very desirable uud will
be sold cheap.
Three Iota ou Cedar streat, well situated
at a bargain.
Tho-e two flnc business lots, lo and lfl,
block 14, city, on Commercial avenue, near
corner of Klghth street, on w lull now
stands the livery stuble of .Miles Parker,
l'ossessioii given tlm of April.
Four lots ouTweiity-tlrst street, near Com
mercial avenue aud fi'ulght depot of the C.
and V. rallroud.
Two lots on Commercial avenue, near cor
ner or Thirty-third street. Will be sold
Two good business lots, 7 mid 8, block tt,
city, on Washington ariiue uud corner ot
Filteenth street. Directly opposite custom
I.otsO. 10, 11 and l'J same blockand in rear
of.last mentioned lots, on Filteenth nticet.
Lots 0 and 10, block ,'W, city, on Thirteenth
street, near Commercial uremic. Price ;;0j
A lino farm of luO acres, with good Im
provement at (Ino'i! Island, adjoining the
larin ol O. Greenlee, 1'. Tho soil and fer
tility are unurpused, being lich bottom
laud entirely abote uvciflow.
Several well imptoved Irttlt farms in Pu
111,000 acres unimproved lands In Alexan
der unit l'uluskl counties, In bodies to suit
23,000 acres unimproved, well timbered
hind In Arkun-.i", neur Oseeolu, No. 1 cotton
luuds. Titles to ull tlio loicgcdng perlcct.
F 0 ifT'lTA S B .
The Perry House. This large ami commo
dious und well situated house will bu leused
for a number of years on very advantageous
Those finely situated residence lots 21, 22
und 23, block Ml, city, corner of Ninth and
FOR SALE OR LRAMI.-Lots In :,uv
part of the city. 1.2.'i lm '
UIIHKN & (JILBKKT,
COUNSELORS AT LA"W,
William II, tirenn,' 1
Willium II (lilbert, I OAIIIO, ILLINOIS.
sWTBpMia. atUntion glrun to Admiralty and
orriox onioLKVict, rooms 7 and 8 ovnn
CITY NATIONAL IUVK.
CAIRO AND PADUCAII
MAIL HO AT. n
Tlie splendid ftomnsr s
Dick Fowleii, Cuptniu
Leaves Cairo DAILY. (Sunduvexcentcdi. u
4 p,m, For frcluht ornussacoannlvon Iioul
or to Jas. Mallohy. Air't.
WHOLKSALn AND lUM'AIL
DIIU G GISTS,
13 R UG
O I US,
1TO. 74: OHIO Ij1u-V3S-
Retail anil I'tcscriptlon
f 'oilier Wnshlnglon Ave,
and Klghtli street.
, . , P-S-; I
ii -i . r
iOAi'JyD y EwSSSyH
0 1 LET tKnM ASiH S I
01 ihamols nn.l labblt skin,
lor Weal. lungs.
At IIAROI.AY I1ROS.
lOlt HIiRK THROAT,
I'lfiiari'd und sold
Uv HARCLAY IIUOS
An I Dllrircitmits tor Stables
At HARCLAY RRO.S
'MA Si, A.MI.Itll, ,
Mid "I'nhtrsal Sliiidjlsl
t HARCLAY lllt()s
N A I. (. N.
l'ATRONI.i: ' c u Y s T A h s A L 0 0 x
HOME TBADB !
. RKADINO ROOMS.
( M I CI I A V.h COYXB, l'ropriofor.
i (OLD rusT orrift stink.)
1 Corner S-lxth street and Comtnercial Av.
, 1 The best brands ol Cigars, choice Wioi.
J. C. H U E Ii S ,
Ijte ofjht. Louis.
' I tie uesi brands o! Cigars, i
BOOK BINDER AND BLANK BOOK . i-W-mrs, etc.. aiu,onWd.
GrOpcn day and night, jrj
BULLETIN BINDERY, I. SALOON AND READING ROOMS
Corner Twi lfth street and Commercial Ave '
I Mrner7th street and ...,..',,.,, . ,,
Commercial As. w '-N 1 Ul i RLOUK.
III.ANK ROOKS of every description ilo no
with ricutno's nnd dLti.itch. All l;lnd ol , I A IM.'Lsp t. trnvn r'T't.i
ruling done ut short notice. Iliblcs .Music, 1 VUlVLiIi Ow, AlUiMAULll.
Magazines and Periodicals bound neat ami
ut tlie lowet polble rut'. i I'ropnttors
County work, such us l!ecord, Docket-, 1
Fee Hooks, Hlnnks. etc. nisde a ipccl.dltV
lloxcs, I'ockut Hooks, Kmclopcs, etc., Ijj Ihc bist brands of Cigars, choice
made to ord'jr 11-21 tf. , l''es. Liquors, etc., alwj ou band tl
Itt LLIARD SALOON AND HA U-ROOM.
JOII5T UTVM, I'roprlrlor.
1"' Orr.nn-rcisl At.rj'j., CM 1 110, ILLINUIe
JVcJi, lu.l l,rn.l of Csllfr-. ucik'.riu rchvJ,
, i i ts. i IHI.LIAItl) saloon funil.li,l will, n... I
, oftablestatidbarsuppli.'dwith wlue,ll(iif,is
isii's s it si " "l ni-ii'i"i lr.TI' ' .
T ( UTOp KEXTUCKJAN
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HARRY AVALKi:i: l'rop'r.
This house is newly fitted up, with two
And two linn
JENNY LI ND TABLES
Tho saloon Is stocked with the bi-t
are compounded lu tho most approved t)Ic
KTTCntno and sec lor yourself. jg3
tvtM-.rt as is i.ntoiiiiM.
11. SMYTH & CO.,
Mil HHSt(ltS(ltStlttSIStISIt((4lltttt I
(Open Day and Nlfht.j
J. K. PARKS, Proprietor,
m Ohio Levee, bet, 4th and Oth ttrcttw, "
-MR A LS AT ALL IIOL1W.
A flue new Iilnliu. iru ...i.i. ...... ..
jciilence Ins lcn added lo this pojmlur
j linn me jruesis win nu t evei v
ivipil.ltu lor theiriiccoiiiodallon.
Tin: hill or tari:
consists of ocry substantial and delicacy of
j tS5lipHod With the
CHOICEST LIQUORS.WINKS & CIGARS
KaT.MIxod drinks prepaid! with care.
itt: a i, kntatj: auu.vui.
V A I It O . I Mi I H u 8, )
Also, keip consUutly on band a most uin
1 Iclfc stock uf
HWTOn AKl) IlllBll WJIIUKIKA
l'ort, iludorlu, rihurry und Uatawbu inos
R il MYTH . CO. Sfll exclunlsely for cash.lo
, which fact they Invltu the esbnclkl stttn.
lion of elns r.araain t.nyws.
l' M. STOCKFL liTII,
SL'CCfSlua Ql'flllU.C u
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IKcllfjer uml Wliolf-mli. XUuU Ii, d-il-jAlJ XjQi.lXJU Y?UlXO
C Vi'INSTON & CO.,
HEAL ESTATE AGENT3
71 (aixo.vn vcooit) umo lkvek,
IlL'V AND SSLL RL'AL EdTATK,
FURNISH AHSTRACTS Ol' TITLE
And m-sr Cduvn) nc:fs ofKluilf!
John (. Hariniin. Chus. Thrupp
JOIIX Q. II ARM AN & CO.,
I us-oIku mill ISoiiuftMti
WINES AND LIQUORS
No. 02 Omo Lsvur,
HP. kfepson hni eonstamlT a full sloeVo
Old Kentucky ilourbou, Kj and Uououla
! Whlskius, FroucU UraodUs, Hot u
neaud California Wlass
Nurtli Cor, Gtli ht. niul 4) lilo Levee
OA 1 110, Illinois.
Abstracts of Tltlo, Conveyancing msde u
specialty. Real listato bought und sold.
JSarTaxea l'ald, etc.