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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1B73
LOCAL WE1THKR REPORT.
U. S. 8io. Bf.r., Onsr.nvKR's Drrio:,
CAino, Fb.;3, 1873, 10-.U p.m. J
Uarometer 20.77, and rising.
Tlierniomtter TO degrees.
"Wind southwest, velocity 18 mile per
Wtber, clearing up,
Maximum temperature last 24 liours, at
11 p. m., 59 degrees.
Minimum temperature, last 24 hours, at
10:11 p. m., 2nd, 82 degrees.
PriTalling wind last lit boun, south.
Total number or miles wind travelled, last
21 bouri, 303.
Total lncbca or rainfall last 21 hours. Ml.
Tuomas L. Watson, Observ er.
Navigation on tbc rivers li resumed.
Puslncis wn brisk on tbc lc cc yesterday.
Lxncs stock of dry goods at C. Danny's,
Tbc cliurcbci were well attended yesterday.
In a day or two vc lll publish the pro
ceedings ot a railroad meeting held In
Wandville, Kentucky. lat week on Monday,
In tbe Interest of the Cairo and Tenncxco
river railroad, The convention was ad
dressed by Col. II. A. Ncale of Ma) Held,
Kentucky, who wade au c'lfcctlve speech,
Much enthusiasm prevailed, aud the meeting
was In all respects a satisfactory one,
There was n meeting of the city couuel
A large number ot stringers were in the
Woodward Is tbe best patrouizcr of prin
ter's ink in Cairo,
W.;B. Robinson, mayor ot Vlnccmies, Is
in Cairo on a visit.
Muddy streets and wct.sldcvv.ilks did not
keep people Indoors yesterday.
Large stock of browu domestics at C
Mr. Albc.t Lewis, son ot Tnomas Lewis
of Sprlugticld, is lu tbo city.
A cross-walk is to be put down where
street Thirteenth crosses l'oplar.
A street eroding Is to be put down on tbe
south side of L'lglitu, where it crosses Wul
During the month ol Jauu.try the liiuncw
committee dostroyed $7i2 71 in city scrip,
and 9301 detached coupons.
Lahqp. stock of cuitalus and damask's ut
Fuel continues to advance In price. Wood
is scarce. The supply hi ought into the city
lulls far short of tbe demand,
Jlr.S. M. Dickson, late of Tun IIulletin
olllce,"Jefl this morning fornn extended tour
to Pennsylvania and Mew England.
Onr merchants say steps are being takcu
to relive aaln tbo Cairo chamber of com
luercc, uud put the same iu working order.
1'olice MagUtrato llross paid $103 05 iulo
tbe city treasury yesterday, monies col
lected lor lines during the month of January.
The north tide of Filtccuth street is to
have a sidewalk from opposite the custom
house on Wuehlugtuu aeuuc to Walnut
Since the resumption oi navigation, wt
may look for a speedy diminution of tbc
large quantities ol treight accumulated at
Laiiqe stock or wool blankets at dowu
price at C. Manny's.
ltccollect tbe rehearsal utihu Conservatory
to-ulgbl for tbe concerts ou Friday and .Sat
urday. All the singers are requested to be
A drizzling rain fell at Intervals yesterday,
and toward evening the weather became
several degress colder thau it bad been dur
ing tbe day.
An ordiuaucc appropriating $100 lo tbc
Hibernian Fire company for tba purpose or
procuring a new bell received its Hist read
ing last night.
1'arkcr & Wake have removed their wall
paper and paint store to the corner formerly
occupied by the Thorns llrollict-, Immedi
ately under ltross' olUcu.
ilANOiOMK line or dress goods ut O. lluu
UaltS MASiiULltAUEltis I Masquerade
costumes, and false face-masks ior sale or
hire during the season at John .Scheel's
ilarclay llros. petitioned tbe city council
last night for the privilege or renting Irom
the city the Tutb street pump strucluie to
be used by them for storage purposes.
A case of small-pox developed Itself yes
terday lu u bouse occupied by u colored
lumily, next door below the Itough and
Jleady cuglue-bouie, ou Washington ave-
Handsome line of Cashmeies at C. Han
Two horses ultacbud lo u wagou contain
ing two bales of bay, excited something of a
stir ou Ninth street yesterday by attempting
to ruu away. They were stopped near the
lu the llrst ward Irom aud Including tbe
south side ut Seventh street, ftom the Ohio
to tbc Mississippi levee, thu population
numbers 1,170 J yi of this number are col
orcd. Ths ward contains S.'i7 houses aud
there am Uv3 lamlllcs.
Lauue stock ol uieacusd umuu aud sheet
lugs ut C. llauny's.
LOST. On Wednesday, January 29, be
tween tbe olllce ol Dr. Austin aud Twenty-
clghLb street, Washington avenue, u lady's
gold bracelet with small gold cbalu attached.
The liudcr will be suitably rewarded by
leaving tbe same at this oUlec. i!-l-2t.
The new time table or tbe Cairo and" Vin
ceunes railroad went lntoetlect )este;day
Tlie express train leaves at 7:11 a. in., and
arrives at 6:03 p. in. A freight train leaves
utttlOa. in., aud arrives at 0:27 p. in. The
.Mound City accommodation depaitsat u-lft
p. in., and arrives at 7:2.') a. iu,
llANUSOME line or dress goods at lies
at C. Manny's.
Tbe pianos used by Pauline Lucca, Ole
Hull, uud Anton liubcustclu, are all ot
Knubc's the gold medal piano. They must
surely be the best, uud we take pleasure In
atlng that K. .fc W. liudcr ure igeu lor
tbe above turned pianos Iu Southern Illi
JIakusouc lluu of reps aud ligurcd de
alns at C. lUtiny's.
Tbe C. & V. railroad company petitioned
tbe city council asking that the rlirht of way
be grauieu mem to lay u track from the up
ptr cud of tbe Ohio levee down to Klgb
tsenth street, to be used by them lor th.
purposes of handling and transferring
freight more expeditiously. The petition
was referred to tne orumance committee.
The managers or the Cairo Casino Mas
querade, take this tnctliod or Informing the
public that they have ma do arrangements
with John Hull, (not Ole Hull), lo lead the
orchestra ou the occasion of thelrball,on the
night of the lTlli of February next. Those
desirous of participating iu this grand mas
querade, should nt once apply for their tick
ets, to the managers, 11, Meyer?, I Herbert
and Peter Nell'. l-!:o-Ct.
The grand Jury have ut last completed
tbclr labors and vacated the county court
room, giving Judge llross au opportunity to
bold court. The county court lias adjourned
from day to day over slnco January 17, un
able to transact any business, because of the
occupancy of the court-room bv the trand
Jnry. Yesterday, however, the court con
vened with Judge llross on the bench, nml
J. (1. Lynch, county clerk, and proceeded lo
the transaction of probate business ol which
there is a large docket. There ure also about
llftccn criminal cases to be docketed, which
will be tried as soon as the county attorney
gets through blsdabors In the circuit court,
February 10-1 M2-1.1-14-1.V1C-17-1S-10.
Taken up alloat lu the Mississippi river, at
Thebes, Illinois, by Benjamin K. lirown,
Louis Normau and Wesley W. Stewart, and
posted before S. Marchlldon, J. 1'., on the
21st day of January, A. D.1S7.'I, a llatboat
painted white, named "Bee Hoofed," thirty
rect long nnd ton reel wide, having ou boaid
some shelves atidnii old cooking stove. Ap
praised by Martin lliovvu, Jasper Cull v, and
Sterling Tool at one hundred and lllty dol
lars. JACOUG. LYNCH, County Clerk,
Feu. 3, 1873.
W C llardvvlek and .Ins Nash. Meinuhls!
OMHediugcr and David llcdinger, Ken
tucky; John Branch, Equality. Illinois H
NWarlleld, C. aud . railroad ; 'Ihonnn I'
nau, .asiniiie; i" Moran aud It .1 McDon
ald, Chicago ; JM and It V. Craig, Arkait-a;
llcv T W Boyd, Walcrtovvn, Wisconsin ;
ZSYarnell, St. Louis; 11 B Marsh. Clnclu
natl; M II William, Sprlnglleld, 0. K. Stiles,
Vincciincs; BF Sinclair, Kama' City; (leu
THE 0.11 VIVECOTEKIEB.VL MAgtiUK.
The extensive preparations now being
mado by tho Coterie lnsuaircrs for the mas
querade to take place at the St. Cbailes ou
St. Valentine's night give every promise
that it will be tho most brilliant 'aflalr over
gotten up iu this city. Mr. Louis Kurth or
St. Louts will be here on tbe 12th Inst, with
costumes, complete, both far ladles and gen
tlemen, air. iiurtirs costumes arc "new
and elegant," sosavs a former resident ol
Cairo.; A committee ot the club will be ou
hand the evening or the parly to sec that no
Improper or undesirable persons ore udmlt
ted. Success to the Coterie.
1'insT DAY THIRD WEEK.
The titst case ou docket yesterday morn
ing was that or the people v. John and Ja.
Sullivan, lot assault with Intent to murder
Ihos. Walder. H, W. AVebb, attorney for
defendants, mado a motion to quash the In
dictment. The motion was sustained by the
At ten o'cioek a Jury was cuipamiclcd lor
the purpose or Irving one l'hll Wiills, a col
ored tlremaii on the steamer Mary E. For-
sytne. nils was charged with staellm; n
lot orsllrerware Irom tbe boat In December
last. The jury after investigating the case
and tbe Instructions ofthe court, returned a
verdict of guilty, aud lixed his time of lm
prtsoumcntin thustatc prUouut three years.
rope ror thu people, Webb aud W. 0. Mill
key for defendants, -
uti greaivi portion oi me a:-
ternoon wa consumed In again
trying Foote and McCarthy for larceny. The
alleged larceny consisted Iu strallug u trunk
and contents Irom John Sackberger lu Oc
tober last. They were again defended by
W. 0. Mulkoy, who was appointed their at
torney on their previous trial, ou which oc
casion the jury failed to agree ou a verdict.
At their trial yc.terday one new witness
was Introduced. Thu case was given to the
Jury at i o'clock In the evening, and a ver
dict or guilty and three years In tho peni
tentiary ror each was returned,
In tbc case or the people vs. Ilttll'iiiun for
murder, Judge Allen made a motion to
quash the Indictment, but we failed to learn
what disposition the court made or the mo
Hon. col'nty cqulir.
Judge Hi oss presiding J. 0. Lynch,
clerk. In the matter ol the guardianship ol
V. M. McClure, minor heir or M. M. D.
McClure, deceased, report was examined,
approved aud ordered recorded.
in the nutter of the guardianship ol Ben
jamin Ledbctter, heir or Surah Ledbctter,
deceuscd, guardian's report was examined,
approved and ordered recorded, it appear
ing that said heir had arrived at his major
ity, nnd there being no monies, credits or
goods iu tbc bauds or the guardian, It was
therelore ordered that the guardian be dis
charged us to tbe guardianship or said lien-
In the matter ol the guardianship or Mar
gerct aud Benjamin Ledbctter, minor heirs
or Berry Ledbctter, the guardian submitted
Ills schedule of pioperty belonging to thu
heirs; It was approved and ordered re
corded. In tbe matter ol the estate, or Louis Na
sano, the appraisement bill was examined,
approved uud retarded, and the sum or
JIO 3i was allowed us the widow's -pecllled
In the nutter of John Cahill, deceased, it
was ordered that the Invcntoi y bo approved
lu the matter of the guardianship of Win.
WslbUng, heir of John T Weibklng, de
ceased, It was ordered that the report be ap
proved uud recorded,
In the matter of thu guardianship orMary
E. Bunovrs aud Hose Burrows, heiu 'o
Eioeli Burrows, deceased, David Breczu
submitted a bond which was considered In
lUtUclcnt and therelore not approved.
In the matter ol thu guaidlaiiUdp or
Alice McFarland, heir or (ieorglaua McFar
laud, guardian' report was approved and
In the giurdlau'hlp of S. A,, Ague,, .Mur.
cus S., It. A. and Zachariidi Mclihcc, minor
heirs of S. J, McUhee, deceased, guardian's
report was approved and recorded. It being
shown that Agnes Mefihee hud milled at
her majority, uud Iter proportioned amount
having been paid her by tho guardian, It
was ordered i..ut mid guardian bu dlt
charged as to tho guuidlaiithlp ol Agnes
.Steamer Illinois. Columbus
" John Lumsdcli, Nashville
" Frank T. Oracsy, Nashville
" Arlington, Cincinnati
Steamer Illinois, Columbus
" I'cytona, Louisville
" Arlington, Memphis
" JohuLuiusdcii, Nashville
" City of Chester, Memphis
" Dexter Lbulsvllle
" Olagow, lllckmau
1110 MUDDY COAL.
Steamboats supplied at any time, both day
and night with cither Lump or Chestnut
Coal, In any quantity mil on usual teiins,
at the yard at Onind Tower, Illinois. Spe
cial contracts offered on favorable term,
II. V. OLYl'lIAXT, Uen, Supt.
D, O, llOKKE,- Sales Agcut,
CONDITION OF THU ltlVERS.
During the past 43 hours the United
States water-gauge shows a decline of about
48 Inches. There Is veiy Utile Ice running
out ol either river and navigation Is no lon
ger Intcrlcrcd with. Several boats have lelt
for tbc Ohio and a number will leave for St.
Louis to-day, anil It Is hoped that the liver
will reinnin open.
Special dhpatches to the BULLETIN report
the condition or the Ohlo'aud Mississippi,
liven at various places.
DL'StNKSS AND WKATHER.
lliislnjss on the levee picked up omc
what yeMenlay, and to-day freights will be
handled lively. All the wharfhoats arc
loaded to their full capacity and a large por
tion or the levee is crowded with trolyjht. all
It was ralnlngut St. I.ouls and hei c yester
day. The streets ure iu a terrible sloppy
condition. . ir the ground hoc sign holds
good vve will have six weeks moie of win
Thu Pcytona uud barges, and the Dexter
left Tor the Ohio river Suuiluv.
The Arlington discharged largely lor our
merchants and had a good trip rorMcmphk
Slio laid at l'aducah sev eral days Ice bound.
'1 lie trecelit City uud barges left Ken
tucky bend early Sunday morning. Shu has
bargo No, Sound will unload it In New Or
A negro man named WHIN, who was ar
rested last December for stealing a silver
sugar bowl and milk pitcher Oil tho steamer
Mary E. Forsvth, bad bis trial yesterday ;
was convicted and sentenced to tbu peni
tentiary for three years.
The number of steamboat anlvals at
this port last January was oue hundred and
nluely-three. At St. Louis thcio were
only thirteen airtvals.
The Hello Memphis came to the whaif yes
terday and commenced loading for Memphis
uud all way landings and will leave this
evening. Sol Silver Is her agent.
The Emma C. Elliott and St. Joseph ic-
eclved orders yesterday to go to St. Louis,
unu win leave to any.
The (Jlaigow with two barges fully loaded
lelt fcr lllckmau to-day.
Tbe Frank 1. (Jraccy aud Lumsdeii
brought lu light trips from Nashville.
The James Howard commenced loading
vesterday afternoon lor New Orlcaus and
will leas e vv Ith dispatch. Her passenger ac
commodations arc uusurpa-ed and we com
mend her to those going south.
The J. N, Kullogg will leave this morning
mr St. Louis. Her tow is near Commerce,
vvbleb she left there sometime ago on ac
couut oi tue ice.
W. W. THORNTON'S,
BUILDERS' SUPPLY DEPOT
134 TKHTH BTllECT,
Doom, NimIi, HllndH, MoiiIiIIiim,
tiYjOottfl,(wood) Wlndotvnnil Door
FrstioM, rioorlnsr, I.Mlt,
NhlssKlM, Wlassed HuhU, Ulasod Nldc
Light, Glnifsl TrnunoniD,
Halts WelRkta, NumIi I'lilllrs mid O
Blind FtuitenliiK, HiioMiik
rail. Moulin l'mtnl, IMsmtrrlii
1'nprr, t'nrps-t H, While
l,Ait,.I,lBNMl (III, Aiiictlriiu Wlmliis
UIisrn, LuhIIhIi iiniirriiiii'.li
Pinto UltiKM, I'nlly, U!naler'H I'iihiIi
Sewer IMpca I'ntcssl :iiliiiiii ;f
Ctiy NuIIuumI llsiik Iliillillnic
.H.ocil Mention iuni loonier Irom ihni
boats nUht ordar
T "W" O
Will be given at tbe
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY EVENINGS
I'tbruury 7 uud H, it's.
MUSICAL TALENT OF THIS CITY,
Under the direction of
P110F. X. P. CURTICE.
The llrst evening will bu a miscelLiiieous
concert, consisting ci
Ol'EItATIC, Sk.NTIMENTAL AND CoMIC
Tim second evening will be rendered tho
O AFT AT A
OF It V 1 11
IN FULL COSTUMK.
Two very attractive procrammes which
cannot lall'to plea'-e the public. Let home
talent and Industry bo appreciated by a
cioucicu iiouso ou eacu iiim.
Tickets. . ..
deserved Seats .
. ...'J.'icelitF i'Mi.1.
Forsalo at llurtimiii's coiner or SiMh
I l.....l..ti. .... I ... nLn ... lr...l-
411 11. 1 m , 1 1. v.,' ill ill v 1 1. .,, u , -j ii in:, ,i-t i ii,ii:i
well A Co's book stole, No, l'Jl Commercial
tnfDoois open at 7, commence at ti,
.JUVENILIS CIIOUUS CONCKIIT
Tiiuhsuay, KKnnuAitv 0, 1871).
POSITIVELY ONE NIGHT ONLY.
J3TThls entcrtalnmeiit Is lo bc,iuiihy
thu pupils or thu Grammar School, lur the
purposu ol icluriilshlm; their department.
Let the peoplu of Cuiio, (csieelally Ihusu
Interested lu thu School,- encourago their
deserved seats '2j cents extra,
For sale at Ilanuon's store aud Ilarclay
Ilios'., on the levee,
AOENlrf lor Itoek Hlvcf Psrfr CorEimiiy'
HhslliliiK Koll nml (pinrlt Omonl
II. W Julio's iinpior.-l Itoutlin; lBT-t.
HARD and SOFT LUMBKR
o ritry iloseilt'tivu,
L.VTU, SHINGLES, CEUAU POST h
DOORS, SASH, ULIND3
KurnlsheJ on rbarteat notlcf .
Coiunioroial-av, bet. 10th and llth-bta.
Our Homo Advertisers.
FIRE AND MARINE
1UAO.VKA, N. Y.,
OSRUAKIA, K. Y.,
Assets - I.WS.T'il n
HANOVKh, N. Yn
Aaaeta Tit Ml W
1UFUHI.IC, N. V.,
Assets 7U,'Jii C)
Com.riin the Underwritms' Aeno) ,
TOM K KU8, N. Y.
Asstts 676 M M
isislj U,1'J3 23
tireuen'r fund, b. r.,
8KCUUITV, N, Y. MARIKK,
atores, DwollInK. Furniture, Hulls and C
Kooo, lusuron ui ruies as uvoraoie as sound, v
miDcnt gecurltr will vrrrant.
I rosricolfully ak of tlio el t liens ot C'hl t
slisii-of their patronage.
V. IV. II I'd II u
W. II. Moins, 11. H. Cjodee
Notary Public. No. Pub. snd 11.8. Onin
F1UE, HULL, OAUGO, LIVE STOCK
IN" 8TJB AlsTCE.
TNA, IIAK'l KOItlJ,
NOllTU AMERICA, PA
" i,7SJ,000 to
A,' tJ,M4,!!10 Ti
A"" 11,781,114 86
INTEItNATIO.NAl,, N, V
4"8' 11,353,898 1
PUTNAM, II A RTFOKU,
- 1515,073 68
A"et" 1155,278 43
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO.,
Assets J500.000 t
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL. LIKE.
Assets J.TO.OOO.WiO 00
TUAVELER3', IIAIITFUR t, LIKE ANII
Assets 11,600 000 tl
HAILn'AT PAH3ENOEU9 ASSURANCE
V' W),OO0 00
A-sols (W,S(,2 OO
SA FFORD, MOR1US & CANDKE,
71 Ohio I.evrr,
TKUTONIA L V li INSURANCE
OK CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
Cunt'l. Office, 172 WAsuiNaTo.vSr.
This flrnn.'in l.lfo Insurance Company
(rtiarantees not only l'alibup Policies bu't
also a Value in Cash on the -Von-forfeitiire
JOHN A. IIUOK, - - - Prosldnnt
U. KNOIIELSDOHP, - - - Bocrotary
JOHN W. PltUESS,
Afeitt for Cairo and vicinity.
SECTION NO. 47.
Association for nroinotini' Life Insitranen
and Kick Hcllef by weekly dues nnd mutual
co-operation In objects ol public beuelit.
I ISO l.lin insuruiieu i-oneies will do Isslleil
by the Teulonla Life Insurance Company.
H. MEYEKS, President.
JOHN W. PBUES3, Ao't.
25 llr for tslro anil Tlcinltj
IS H V UOO IS N.
'72. FALL'ANl) WINTER 73
C H AN NY.
3 T It I P K S,
KKHTUOKT JEANf, FITHa,
GrtOS 'KA1N SJJ.KS,
LARGE STOLMCOF OARl-.v.TlN(J
OIL CLOTH S,
II In i:iitlrr NlncU
VEUY LOW PIOUKKH.
C011NKI18TI1 8T. ANt COM M Kill ! A I.-A V.,
SELLING OFF AT COST
MRS. MAIMjARET .JACKSON
rorinerly .Svvaiuli-r. Inli'inllin' In fi.iiini..
lu Kcutilt'ky, de-Ires to dl-pose of her laree
and elegant stock ol
immediately, lu order to laclllttati' the sale
ol her (,'ooils, Mrs Jackson has determined
iu unci me
ENTIRE STOCK AT COST
Allil invite" Hip l:nll nf fnlm -.n.l ,i.'
to call on her If they diufre ijood bariv.iiis.
GOODS AKH ALL NEW
The inoMof them having been selected from
tin: late tall styles, henco the ladies have a
rare opportunity to purchase new and Imb.
louable millinery at cot prlcu. Thr Mock
coiil-tsor hats ribbons, llovvci.-, ho-lery
ladies u ndcrvvear. He, etc. ll-IWtl
M RS. M cG EE,
Ju Elftl.tli Street, between Comrnercltl suJ Ws.h
nutou ATenuea, Is daiiv receisint
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
LATEST FALL AND W1NTEII 8TVLE8.
Hosliles lull line of
BOWK-ETB &c I-ITs-Ta
ITrirnmod snd untriuiined,
KliCNCU KLOWEIW, KIllllONd, TltlUMI.Nda
of all kinds, I.iteet, etc., fto.
Mrs. Mclli'8 hss ulso UfK" Msorlmebt v
Kent'jr Aillcles, sueli tit
NECK ThH. OLLAKS. UNDKliHLKKVEH,
1HJFKS, HArtllia, KANM,
And all oiber articles usually lound In
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY STOKE
Mrs. Mcdee, In addition to her HtocV ol
r anijy and Millinery Uoods, has a llneone aud
complete assortment of Cincinnati Custom
Madu Ladles' and Misses' bhoes and Chil
dren' boots, lllack and in Color-, These
are acknowledged to be the Unest and best
hoes iu the market, and this Is tho only
ace iu tho city that makes them a specialty
II. M. IIULEX,
MERCHANDISE BKO K ER
Purchasing lor Merchants a speciality.
Olllce: 110 Ohio l.evee, CAIRO, ILLS
EiTltelerpiicoi. Cairo Merchnnt-i.
IWHIUHAWT TIl liHTM
Lutrpool Nevr-Yorlc afcd PhllaJrlphls
CKOH 0OKT0T WITH CtlTIII STATU iM, SSlTHb
For Csrrjmn lli Ulls
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
oa reimiiu ikmsmitigx
APPLY TO JOHN O. DALE, Aot
15 llrosdwey, NewVork, orlo
II. II o up t ,
Washington Asetiun, Cairo, nois. 51
GREEN & GILUERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William II, (ireeii, ")
w',llla!? I!,,!""'"- r Cairo, 11.MN01B,
Miles F. Ollberl, J
tTHpooia. Mtanlion Klven lo AdmlialtT and
OFKIOI oniO LEVIC, HOOWH 7 AKD 8 OVUB
OITT NATIOHAI. 1IAWK.
" IDLEWILD" MILLS""
Corner Twouty-sccond 6trcct and Ohio
SUPERIOR STEAM DRIED CORN
Aliv.iys on hand, and at the lowestmarke
prlco. Also iinod article of
Very cheap. Leave orders at HALI.IDAY
liROTHKKS, or apply at tbo U)iU.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
1TO. 74 OHIO Xj3ii-V3S
Retail aud I'reicnptioD
Corner Washington avo
uud Eighth street.
B BHUSHESJ MfSTUITS 'Ml 5
K !HB eoiidKginiNiUv&1BI C
Of cbainol and rabbit skin,
lur weak lubgs.
At IJARCLAY liROS,
for sore rnnoAT,
Plipatid and sold
II v II A UCLA Y I1R0S
And Ulslufcctaiits lor Stabler
Al It A P.CLAY I1R0S
r KINK CIGARS.
. " HONEY llEi:. '
And " UnlVelsal Standuld "
At UA P.CLAY RR03
11 '.'i; tf.
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
No. 74, Ohio I.kvki:.
Oller tbe following valurdde reales'ate lor
sale, which is selected lioiu a very large list
of valuable real esUte lor sale and lca'c,
as presenting vciy lavoiuble tonus lor In
vestments; A hriie two story house, In good repair,
together with 'J lots, on Cross street, near
school houte, a No. 1 bargain.
That tine largo lioii-e uud lot ti, block M,
city, ou Woshliigtuii avenue between Fourth
aud Filth -tleet-.
Lot No. , block No. U, Ulilo 1.' ee.
Two splendid high lots ou Walnut street,
next to comer of Klyth street. Very cheap.
Two lots on Tenth street, betvveeu Walnut
mid Cedar streets. Very desirable and will
be sold cheap.
Three lots ou Cedar stleet, well situated
at a baigtdn.
Thoe two tine business lots, 15 and 10,
block 11, city, on Commercial avenue, near
corner or Eighth street, on vv Ich now
stauds thu livery stable or Mllis Parker.
Possession given llrst or April.
Four lots ou Twenty-tlrst street, near Com
mercial avenue and liehjhl depot of the C.
and V. railroad.
Two lots on Commercial avenue, near cor
ner of Thirty-third street. Will be sold
Two (.'ood business lots, 7 and s, block If
city, ou Wahllitou avenue and corner ol
Fifteenth slleet. Directly uppolle custom
Lots!), 10, 11 and IU uine block and In rear
of last luentloned tots, ou Fllteenth street.
Lots u and IU, block :!J, cltv.on 'I lilrti.eiitli
street, near Commercial aveliue. Price i-
A lino funu of M aefes, with kooiI im
provements at (looe IslJlid, adJoiiiiiiL' the
lunu or u, tireeiuec, i.mj, ne soil ami ler
tllltv are itusiirpassed, being rich bottom
lanu eniireiy aoovc overuovv.
.rver.il well linpiovcd fruit larius lu Pu
lu.ixXJ acres iiiiluiprovcil lauds iu Alexan
der and Pulaski counties, lu bodies lo suit
acres unimproved, well timbered
land In Arkansas, iicur O-ceola, No, 1 cotton
talius. 1 tiles to at! tne rorcgolu perfect.
F o ii"T"iTa s e .
The 1'errv llmiui.. 'I'lil lMn. Mini ,.f.ititiui.
diou and well situated house will bu leased
lor a milliner oi years ou very ailvaiitageuus
'i'lin.e tinelv sllllnteil raislileiirn InU 21. "
and 'SI, block 'M, city, comer of Ninth aud
i aiiini sueeii.
FOR SALE OU LKASE.-l.oH iu any
part of the city. l-'J.'i hu
R. G. .Sohuh. j
CAIRO AND PADUCAII
MAIL II OAT.
Tno splendid steamer
Dick Fowlku, Captain
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted)
4 p.m For freight opasi-agu apply on boat
to Jas. Mallouy, Ag't.
WUUDI WOOD I I WOOD 1 1
Tlie undersiitned will funitsb
HARD AND DRY WOOD
A C'iienp,ll out riirniirr
bail any wood dealer In Cairo. I.eavo older
.... l.n . I ..... u ., tl,,. T,ctnflln nml ii, llr.,.
Uli I,1U C1U,UB H, un,...VM ... ... I.UV
coal yard, on Commercial avenue, between
Tentii and twclltli streets, Cairo. Illinois. 1
, i ...in .i. .
Ifivo f,'oou iiieusuru uuu niueoiu uie wooti
up if doslred,
ailKlO-tf DKNN1S HAI.KV.
TD V sriN 0 TlI"N"s;
MISS M. J; CARSON
Wishes to call attention to her stock of Toys,
Notions and Fancy Ooods uud .Staple Arti
cles conslstlii).' of Dolls iu great variety,
Ladies' Work-boxes ol lino miallty, Willing
Desks, Chlldl t'li's Dishes, Toy Wagons. Doll
Huggles, Hobby Horses, Fine Hilvor-plated
Ware on Nickel Sliver, Flno Table-knives,
Knapkln Rings, China Vuses, an I u good se
lection of Cheap Jowoliy. Also tinq
Call Hells, Pictures and Picture I mines, uud
many other articles too nunicrou to wen
Ion. All are luvitea to call. No. l&C -Com-merclnl
ayenue, betvveeu NiHtU and lentil
PARKER A BLAKE,
WALL PAPER. PAINTS,
Ictlr, Bsjlne, Utuiollsi,
And tba cslotrated illuminating
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