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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1873
LOCAL WEATHER REPORT.
U. K. Sto. 9r.n.,OnsKnvKn' Offick, 1
Cairo, Feb. 4,187:1,10:11 p.m. J
Thermometer 4 degrees.
Wind northet, velocity 2 mile. per
Maximum temperature lt 21 hours, at
2 p. ra,, 02 degree?.
Minimum temperature. Iat 24 hours, at
10:11 p. m., 47 degrees.
rrcTalllng wind last 21 hour, Mutlivest.
Total number of miles wind travelled, lat
21 hours, 247.
Thomas L. Wat.on, Observer.
A beautiful day yesterday.
What a van change lias como over the sys
tern of medical treatment In the last few
years 1 A short time ago mid depletion
seemed to be the only method bleeding,
blistering, cupping, purging, etc hut now,
how dlilercnt. The system of depletion has
has almost disappeared, and wo Und tonic
and itrcngthciicncrs taking Its place, llullil
up, instead of pull down still further, the
dilapidated constitution. Of nil the array
of restoratives none surpasses Farkors Com
pound Fluid Extract of lluchuinlu liuhjor
atlng properties. It will restore the 'bat
tered constitution, lnvlgorato the mind and
Impart a zest to life which the poor Invalid
hid thought departed forever. Sold by all
druirglst, everywhere. -
I'rof. Curtice's Concern
Friday and Saturday nights.
barge Albert, high nnd dry on top of tho Ice
on the haul; nbovn the stone depot.
The Illinois Is making her regular morn
ing ami evening trips to Columbus.
'I ho ferryboat l doing n big business slnce
the Ico blockade, nnd nur merchants arc
A good path of rludcrs has lleen made.
from tho top of the lovco to the stage of the
Cairo City wharlhoat, and'ls jut the thing
needed while the levee Is so muddy,
1 Iio Oracey laid over until last night, nnd
left with a good trip of grain tor Nash-
LARGE stock of dry goods at C. Hatiny'e.
A new crossing Is being laid across Wash,
lugton avenue at Fifth street.
Itcscrvcd seals lor Curtice's concert at 1).
Ilartmau'i on and after the Clh. 2-5-tf.
A German was lobbedof a t-llver wateh
and $.V) last evening near Klghth sttect and
The north side ot Sixth street, trom Wash
ington avenue to .leflerson a,cuuc, Is to
have a sidewalk.
Tub last batch of lUjuur bond before the
council wns accepted ut tho meeting of that
bodf on Monday night.
I,AUQC stock of brown domestics at C.
A meeting takes.; placo .to-day ;at Farl-,
Tennessee, In the interests ol the Calio and
Teuucsice Hlver railroad.
The 11UI.I.KTIN of this morning says "the
churches were well uttended jestcrday
(.Monday)." IIovv'n that Joe i .Sun.
, That was the asinine printer, of course.
The finance commlttc, in the face of the
resslutlon ol the city council, adoptjd some
time since, legalilng.thc scrip held by .Mr.
Gash, flatly refused to receive It.
M. Patrick's Ilcncvolcut society will give a
ball at Washington hall on the 21st ol Fcbru-
ury. The committee of arrangements will
spate no pains tomako It a success,
Largk stock of cm tains and damask's at
Halt ! M as(Ueuaii:us ! Ma-nucradc
tostutnes, aud false face-masks for sale or
hire during the season at John hchcel s
(J W Whltlock lias removed his family
grocery from his old stand to the building
formerly occupied by Shocmncyer A- Co.,
corner of 'lcuth street and Washington ave
l'rof. Curtice's Concert
Friday and Saturday nights.
ltcservcd seats for tho concerts on Friday
and Saturday cvculngs, February 7th aud
8th, can be obtained on and after February
Clh, at D. Ilartman's auction sales room,
corner of Sixth street aud Commercial av
The city council have been petitioned by
the Illinois Central railroad to (.Taut the
privllego of laying additional tracks on the
levee between Eighteenth and Twenty-sixth
streets, In order to facilitate connections
with the Mississippi Extension Central rail
IIandsomi: line of Cashmeres at C.-IIau
February 10-1 1-12-1.1-1 1-15-10-1 7
J Monck, Lebanon, Missouri ; II W Cooke,
ludianapolW; II It Aardy and A A Stewart
A i: Hills aud W I, IJamblctoii, Mound City :
W 1' Hr.idy, city; 11 N Mllllhen, city.
IltNDjOMii line of dies goods at C. Han
SKCONII 1IAV TIHIIK wi:i:k.
The whole of yesterday was rotisumcd in
the trial of II. Wells, for ,wi n-ault to, mur
der A. W. Sprsguc. This cae came from
Mound City on a ehatigo of venue. Jmlge
JIulkey ilufended ell. Late In the even
ing tho Jury returned :i verdict ofgullty, and
tled his time ol Imprisonment at otic year
In the states' prl-on. The attorney
for vvells polled 'the Jury. uhen
Juror by ilic name of Wll
kins stated that It wa not liN verdict..
Thereupon the court ordered the Jury to re
turn to the).' room, aud, if poiblu, to agree
on a verdict. They were out about two
hours when they returned Into the court, al
rcelng to the tlrst verdict.
In the ease of Hull'inaii, charged with the
as-alnatlon of Tubb-, tho court sustained
Judgo Allen's motion made on vc-terdav.
to ipiavh the Indictment, and ho was released
on account of a legal technicality in the In
dictmcnt, but was Immediately rearrested
and will to-day have a preliminary cxamlna
tion before two of our Justices of tho peace
COUNTY CO CUT.
Judge ltros presiding J. (1. Lynch
clerk. In the matter of the iruardlaiishln ot
vv . .Maude Itcmlck, heir of Samuel Item
Irk, deceased, the guardian's report was ap
proved and recorded.
In the matter of the guardianship of F
M. ltemick. heir of Samuel ltemick. de
ceased, the guardian's report was approved
In the mutter of the estate of Loul Nas.
sano, deceased, tho Inventory was approved
In the matter of the estate of John Cahlll
ucceascu, mo appraisement bill was ap.
proved and recorded, and sum offl.Sli was
allowed as the widow's spccltic allowance as
second class claims.
John and Anna Ferguson presented a petl
tiou asking the court that they be allowed to
adopt Hetty Carry, a female child six years
ot age, stating that the parents ol said child
had abandoned It, and further risking that
the court change tho name to Hetty K. Fer
guson, so that It may Inherit their estate the
same as if It were their own child. The
court made no disposition of the petition us
Wc call the utteutlou of our readers to the
card of Dr. It. S. Hrlgham, which appears
tuts morning. Lr. Hrlgham Is the only phy
slclau of his school in the city. During the
last three years he has built up a large and
At the meeting of the city council on Mon
day night, the petition of the pioprletors of
the tobacco warehouse, asking authority to
(ell tobacco at auction free of license, was
referred to the ordinance committee with
Instructions that an ordinanco to that elfeet
STEAMBOAT BUTCHER ,
Vlty Nmloiiiil tlmili llnllillnsr.
MtuSpccial atlsntmn pm.l In or.lrii! Irani stcsm
hosts nluht or iWv
PROVISIONS. Sugar Cured Ilium
plain V lb. 12J - 14c-
Ulonr Hides liacon, arioc
TEAS Imperial, 761 25; Ounpow
der, VTM 2.')) Oolong H'mck, 7501 W
Young ITyson, $1 (x)fi.l 40.
CHEESE. New York Factory, new, it
L.tltos stock of wool blaukct9 at down
pr.ee at C. Ilanny's.
The 'Sun' sa)thut twelve orllllcenol our
ambitious young men have formed thein
selves Into a society under the name of the
Alpha lleta Club, and will hold regular
weekly meetings bercattcr. The object of
the club Is mutual improvement aud the ex
erclscs of the meetings will consist ofde
bates, recitations, declamations, etc.
I'rof. Curtice' Coucel Is
Friday and Saturday nights.
A colored couple, who eUlm that they are
legally man and wife, were brought before
Hit Honor Judgo Uross yesterday, for in
dulging In a f-ct to, etc. They of course
i-wore n case on eacli other, and were fined
85 and the costs each. The wile paid the
money and both went homo somewhat dis
gusted with the result of allowing their fam
ily dlfflcultlcs being settled by the courts.
Laiige stock orbleachcd musllu and sheet
Ings at C. Ilanny's.
The manager of the Cairo Casino Mas
querade, take this method of Informing the
public that they have nlade arrangements
with John Hull, (not OIc Hull), to lead the
orchestra on the occasion of their ball, on the
night of the 17th of February next. Those
desirous of participating In this grand mas-
ipieraue, mourn at once apply for their tick'
cts, to the managers, II. .Meyers', L. Herbert
anu I'etcr Jictt. KiO-Gt.
IIandsomi: Hue or dress goods at Kics
at C. Ilanny's.
We yesterday heard a tow-headed way.
furor, whose clothes were a little tho worso
for wear, who didn't look to be cautdd. us
though h) ever Invested In Credit Mobllicr
or beer bought by a United States senator,
ay to a companion ou Coiumciclal avenue,
" I came from a worse place than this, und
that's 1'aducah." .Several peronshcard tho
wayfarer's remark, but nobody contradicted
IIandsomk line of .reps und ligurcd de
aim at C. Ilanny's.
Af our friend Mr. John Crawley was re.
turning from supper last evcnliur. he was sit
upon by two roughs near the site of Scott's
former saloon. Mr. Crawler Is not bv m
weans a physical prodigy, but on this occa-
slon lie teemed as bo says himself, endowed
with an extraordinary power and some sud
den declaiming of the muscles that brought
h'm safely over tho dastardly attack He
placed hi wen "bora de combat," und as he
vaied upon their bleeding forms he ex
claimed, "Tho blood of the tyrant washes
the haudof bliu who klllath."
Steamer Illinois, Columbus
" Alkansas Hello. Kvansville
" Commonwealth, Nuw Orleans
" Oraud Tower, Memphis
" Cltv of Oulncv, New Orleans
" City of Cairo, 'Louisville
" "Tlioini)Sou Dean, New Oilcans
' John Oilmorc, 1'lttsburg
Steamer Illinois, Columbus
" Arkansas Helle, Kvansville
" (lrandTowor,.St. Louis
' City of Cairo, Now Orleans
' St. Joseph. St. Louis
" F.mmaC. F.lltott, St. Louis
" Frank 1. Gracey, Nadu lllc
IllO MUDUV COAL.
Steamboats supplied at any time, both day
and night with cither Lump or Chestnut
Coal, In any iuanllty an I on usual terms,
at the yard at urand l ower, Illinois. Sjic
cial contracts offered on favorable term-,
II. Y. Ol.YI'IIAXT, flcii. Supt
I). O. HoiJia;, Sales Agcut.
CONDITION OK TIIK RIVKR8,
The fall In the Ohio coiitluues at u moder
ate rate aud is almost clear of freight at tills
place. Large quantities of ice have been
left on the banks, which In some places is
eight m- ten feet thirk and it will take
good many days ol warm sunshine to mako It
disappear. The MIsslssliji Is putting out u
siiialt quantity of ice which Is not very heavy
and does not hinder navigation, Theru Is a
good stage of water to LouUville and In the
Mississippi below here there Is plenty.
Special dispatches to Tuk Hum.khn ie-
port the condition of the Mississippi Und
Ohio rivers at various points.
JIUSINKSS AND WKATItKll.
Husincss commenced In earnest yesterday,
and during the entire day the levee was the
scci.e of life and aniuiutlon. A long striu
of drays were busily engaged transferring
freight from the ears to the wharlboats,
which wero crowded with steamer transact
ing their business.
The weather was clear ami the litmus.
phere was mild and very pleasant.
The F.mma C. Klllott, St. Joseph and
(irand Towersturted forSt. Louis yesterdav
aud it is thought that thuy will have no
trouble with the ice.
Tho Commonwealth brought up n good
trip of sugar and molasses mostly fo r the
Ohio riser towns.
The City of (Julney with two barges came
up Willi her guards nearly touching the wj
ter. Her barges aro loaded principally with
railroad Iron tor St, Louis.
The Arkansas llcllc had a full load of cut
ton for Kvansville,
The City of Cairo came out of tho Ohio
witli all she wanted and passed by without
Freight was being put on board the Jas.
Howard at nllu-ly rate and she will have her
cago on board In tlmo to leave to-monow.
The towboat John (ilhuoicniicd with a
towol coke for St. Louis and will probably
stay here until the river is clear of Ico,
The Thompson Dean caino In limn be
low with a laigo trip, She has several wa
ons belonging to John Itoblnsou's circus,
Capt. l'cpper had not made up his mind
whether he woum go up the Ohio or ichlr
his Ohio river freight and leave here fur
The fast fulling river has lilt ibe model
l'jiicc CuniiRNT Offick, 1
Oaiiio, .Monday, Fob. 3, 1S73. j
Tho market ronlimius activo in nil its
branches, with nu material chanco In
grain or hay. Flour baa advanced sinco
last week, aud nil grades aru held 25 cents
highor with demand greatly In excess of
tho supply. Oats worn shaded n llltlu to
day, but corn is linn and unchanged
Hay continues Hctivo nt $21 to '.'(J for
good to choico timothy, and to 21 lor
mixed, .Smncdilllciilty has been experi
enced in making shipment', owing to the
heavy ico running out of tho river?, but
that troublo is now in tho past. Tlicro Is
an abundance of water below, nnd present
indications point to nn excess of toiiiiugu
nnd n consequent reduction in tho
freight tnritl'. Dressed hogs sold to-day at
GJiT,5c. Thuro is no game in tho market.
Tlio rain of last night uud to-day bus
carried away tho snow nnd Ice, leaving
tho lovco Ilia deplorable condition.
Tho leading articles in groceries nro
held without change, with tho exception
of n small doclino in sugar.'.
CtSyCorrospondonls should boar in
mind that our quotations represent prices
for round lots from first hands, unless
otherwise stated, nnd that in tilling small
orders higher prices must bo paidi3
FLO UK. .Market baro lo-day. Orders
aro accumulating for want of stocks to
moot tho demand. "Wo noto an ndvanco
of U5c on all grades. Kecoipts nro short
and domand very active. "Wo noto sales
of ovor 2,800 bbls in tho general nmket :
800 various grades S3 75 to $3 ; COO do on
orders $5 50 to 10 25; 100 do $8 25($9;
100 spring XXX $7 25; 100 XXX winter
S3; and 1000 Uhl's Triumph on p t
Sales by "City 3Iills" wero: 150 Ubis
wlllto wheat family $10; 100 do 9 00;
200 XXXX $8 75; 250 XXX $7 70 J 100
XX 0 20; nnd OOXiC
HAY Market fairly supplied and de
mand good, prices aro ns provlously quo
ted. As tonago becomes moro plenty tho
speculative domand will swallow up nil
receipts. Sales compr'wo 0 ears praria del
its uu; 7 cars mixed Uot oo; 5 cars
timothy $2425 del; 0 cars choico timothy
del $202C and 2 cars choico mixed on
COKN Unchanged, 5 cars mixed sold
on orders nt -18c sacked nnd dolivcrcd;
cars whlto in sacks delivered 48(249;
cars whlto in sacks on orden 00c; 20 cars
mixed in hulk on track 3738c; 17 cars
wiiiio in nunc on tracK r cars
mixed in socks dol -ICc; 3 cara white in
bulk on track 39c and l curs mixed in
bulk on track sold at 37c.
OATS ltecclpts nro liberal nnd tho
market was easier to-dav. The ruling
figures on tho lovco worn 3S39c; no do
clino in prices is anticipated as long as tho
demand continues ns good ns it is now.
A o noto sales of 9 cars mixed In sack del
at 39c; 7 cars mixed in sacks del on order?
10c; 3 cars mixed in sacks del 38c; 2 curs
do in second hand sacks 38c; 2 cars black
in second hand sacks del -13c; 2 cars white
do do -U(Tj42ci 50 tacks black teed oats del
on orders 50e; 1 car choico wliito In sacks
del 10c, and 8 cars mixed In bulk on track
"W I II" AT Not enough in tho market
to mako quotations. 'a have no sales to
roport. Choico whito wheat would soli
readily at SI 95. Other grades in propor
HKAN (juicl: selling at $2021
sacked and delivered.
COKN MEAL Very scarco nnd in ac
tivo demand nt quotations. .Sales woro
200 bbls S I) 52 55 dol; COO bids do del
$2 C02 55; 000 bbls do ,$2 002 55; -1
ears K. 1) dol -2 05; 300 bbli "Kvonltig
Star" City Mills S I) $2 C0Q2 CO, nnd 300
bids .St (!brlus Citv Mills S I) ded ?
IIUTTKK-I'lenlyand unchanged. Ko
coipts tiro in excess of tho domand, und
only tho very host commands 25c, tho
bull: of transactions being mudo at 20c
20 paekagos roll sold at 2022c ; 50 boxes
do 20c ; ami u few packages choice at 25c
KOGS Market baro nnd demand
activo. 500 dozen sold at 35c shippers
rOULTKY Is in activo deinnnd and
scarco. Very llttlo coincs in and Hint lit
tlu is not left long in tho bauds of dealers.
Dressed chickens and ducks find ready
salo nt $3 50 to 3 70 por do.cu nnd tur
koys ut 1 Ic per pound.
I'OKIC There is somo inquiry for Mois
and nono in tho market. Tho stuck of
dressed hogs is pretty well cleared out.
Sales to-day wero 'inndo at 0J to Ce, ac
cording to el.o and quality.
(JAMK Nouo coming in. llabbits
sell readily nt $1 00 und quulls 1 25 por
IMIOVISIOXS-Unchangcd, ticco Inst
F KIT IT Tho market is quiet; very
liltlo doing; ft few apples wero selling tc
day nt S3 to -IS por bbl.
PLASTKKINO HAlK.-35s V lmshol.
LI.MK. In lots $1 25 to 1 00 bbl
OKMKNT. At whoksato $2
2 00 bbl.
COAL OIL 28fi7,30c.
POTATOES For bbl 3 00 to 3J.
(U7NN1KS Kesewed 2 bushels I8e
HUltLAl'S 21 bus eornltjoz 15Jc; do 10
o. 10c; 4 bus Oct. 20c; f bus 21e; U bus 22c.
SYUUTri f'linlco V gallon, C5c$ 00
Now Orleans, li.Viii70c.
COFFKi; Java, 30PM2c; Lagilayra, 21
Q.2.'. itlo, J'rlmo to Choice, 24 to 25c.
11UOOMS. Common llnuso f dozen, $
00 ; Choice to Kvtra, S3 Wjfi 75 ; S. II. $1 M
in:rawAX,vn30c , ,
SOAl'. SehaeU'cr's (lermaii liiolllcd;
7Ji! : Chainpalgn soap, 7Je.
TALLOW, V It. Ye. . . . ,
SlKIAU-Colleo A. l.ljo; to IP.Je: Crushed
Powdered and Orauulalcd Sugar 1IJ to 15c;
I'ltKKlllT. COTTON, Compressed, to
Nt:w Ydiiic, S5e.; to Hoston W. Un
eompressed, to NlIW Yoillf, f 1 II; to ltos
FKEIUIIT TO ME.Ml'IIIS. Flout, 10c,
Hay, JO OU Corn Y ewt,,2i)c. t Oats, Vdc.
Potatoes. ibbl., I'Jc. ; Applex, 10c ; Fork,
10.; Wldsko.lsie.; Lumbei W M. 7 W,
Ilenvy frelgiit'W cwt..20e.
TO NEW OKLCANM. Flour 'rl bbl, Me. ;
Potatoes 09c; Apples, COc; Foil:, 75.;
Whl-ky, SI M: Hay rUon, $7 50; Corn
wt., Sue; Oaf, ;;uc; Tobacco hhd,
ft CI S Cotton V bale, 51 ftO; Luinlior 1".
M. 10 (.0. Heavy Height, i cWI. W .
Homeopathic Physician und Sui"coii, Of
lieu Hit; Commercial avenue, liesldeiiee ou
Teulli stluet, three doors West ol C. It.
Woodvvare. 2-5 2iud
main ii(ss siui:irr,
LLINOIS CENTRAL R R
100 Mllen (lie NlinrleKt Honln
rijcllf r'.MItes) tlm Hltorlrsjt lloiilo
TO ST. LOUIS
NO CHANGE OF OAF.S
. ri'.OM (UltKI TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE C HAWJK OF CAUS
om initio io
Cfneltinstl, liniin.ill, Tnlc M,
I'rtron, lusf-iuiio, ism'in, r 1111
lllittuln, I'lltpliilii!, Wxhlnk'tDn
llnltlinnrc, l'lill.i'blilil.i, New Vork.
notion Rii.i an I'oinis cni.
MltwniiMo, Jnnestlllp, Mmll-nn,
Hrossp, ni. ram fiii.inii iuiiui iitiiii'
T lii? lual'i the only it i t or t rutin In
Il.vnlur, UlnninliixtO, N.nni;l.l.
I'euriH, (Jullicv, Kenkiik,
HurllDKloii, Hccli Isl in I, I.hH.iIIi,
MrinlolA. liUon, I'li-cliutl,
(I.iIhiih, Imliii'ili, M'iiii H),
Uifiiwi nai ho s,hiis tuiiiiui,!,
Elegiiiil Drawing Koom Sleeping tV
On Ml Islglil Trains.
llH'ii.'e (l cLi il to nil liiioitniil ioinl..
Fur tlcki la kii I uifiirmnliitn, nm lv to 1. ;, ll.li
lei.otst ulru: nu Loftfil IIH' lr-oiil stetiitfi l
Ui'.'h Colnihl.iis nml Cioro, iiii.l l tin- .nncin
rnlirrn I iii-ki i nuio.s iiilouvi.i.iu iiim kijiiin.
W. I'. JOIIIVX IN, (ll l.'l I'kss. ,S K'l, i;ii.'fO
A. M I ton 1 1 , licii'l Siip't. I'lncnvo.
.1. JOIINaON, Ag't. i'airo.
H'HINOFIELI) AND 1 LLI NO Is
fjOUTH EASTEUN It. 1'..
Oood stabling connected with the linusc,
and sample loom tor eoniincieial travelers.
Free uinnlliu- to aud froui all trains.
2-0 Omd. .1. ,M. DA.MIiON, Proprietor.
Git AND CONCERTS
Will be given at the
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY EVENINGS
reliriiiu j- 7 mill S, s.T:t.
is v Tin:
MUSICAL TALENT OF THIS CITY,
Fnder the direction of
I'HOF. X. V. CUKTIOE.
The liist evening will boa inlscelljiieoiis
coneert, consisting cf
Orr.n.fiic, Sentimental and Comic
The second evening will be rendered tho
Two very attractive nroirramines which
cannot (all to please the jiublle. Let home
talent anil Imlu-trv be iilililecijted bv a
crowded house ou each lil;;ht.
Ticket-' oo cent-'.
Reserved .s-eat.s 2.1 cents extra.
For sab; at Ilartman'. corner of Sixth
street and Commercial avenue, also at llock
well & Co'n book store, No. lit Commercial
jTuTDoorsopeii at 7, commence at .
WHOLESALE AND ItETAlL
7L OHIO Ijij-V3-
Hetuil and Prmcrifdiou
Coiner Washington Ave
and Eighth strcit.
On mid after Monday, April 2ttb,
trains will run as tollovvs :
.NOI'.I IIKUK ill V1C1II.S-.
tUAISS U'IN)J tuCIIUAFT.
l.rflM VirOII 11 10 t. ID 1 -S' lll
hi.riiiKtirM .u " "
Tiivlorvillu Hi ft " f. i; !
Atme nt -;.i.k.. 1I.4C ' S 17 "
IktlS' U.JIXO MlklllHS'T.
I.i-:ir? 1'nns 4.il h. In a 36 it. in
Tkv Drti r I.IO " lb "
Airivi- ut H.rois:fli-til...c.r. " ii. "
I.chyh SprinsticLI '...' " 6 In "
.srritxKi viiKiiii.i s.a .n.
SOUT II K It U V I V 1 1 I 1) S .
tuAisi. .oik.i ruetmtsr,
I,tv I-MiruouJ 5.30 k. in 111.10 I'. ii
I-lor s, ii. i"
Arrive M tilikHiirrt'n M " 6 15
O I 1.5,
H NR9 ICOSMCTICSl
Ol ihan.ols and r.ibbit skin,
foi weal: Inn;..
At UAHCLAY UH06
I Oil so in; ninOAT
Pit pared and iuIJ
llv HAHUI.AV UKOi
And Hl-llittttjiits lor tables
At IIAI'.CLAY lilSOS
FINK CIC! A its,
" iio.Ni.v iii:i:." .
And ' Univirsal Slaudaid "
At HA HULA Y IlltOS
MICIIAKL COYNK, Proprietor.
(oi.ii 1'ost orncK siani.)
Comer Sixth street and Commercial Am.
The host braniN ol Clears, eholee Wluos. ,
l.hpior?, etc., always on hand.
JSTOpen day and nlyhLfCt I
OLD jrEL.AIONlCO j
SALOON ANU HEADING ROOMS
HEAL J2STATK ACENT, j f' Sclh"
No 71 Onto l,i.vr.c.
Corner 7th street nnd
tSTThe best brands of Clear", choice
Wine, Lhpiorn.ctc., alvvays. on band tf
JUVENILU CHORUS CONCEIIT
Tiicnsiiuv, Fr.untrAitY 0, 1S7U.
FOSITIVELY OIsE 1,'IGIIT ONLY.
tSTTIds enlcitalnment is to ho given bv
the pupils of the Urauunar School, for the
iiurnosu ol rclurillsllill" their ilt'iiaiiinnnt.
Let tho people of Cairo, (especially tlio-e
inicrusicii in uiu seuooi,) eiicoursge nun
Iteserved teats 2.1 cents extra,
For ale at llamioi)' store and lijrclay
liii)-.',, ou the levee.
JOIf.V tJATIIN, I'roprlelor.
toe Cnmmercml Att-nur, CAIKO, Il.l.lNOIr
llnsl brMid of CkUfc UClRnriipl rix-lt .J,
IlILI.IAltl) i-aloon furnished with tho l.e-t
of tablt-:andbiiruppllud with wines, Ibpiors
and eli;:iiiol thenest brand".
UVLAND & SAULUt,
and ii:ai.):kh in
CHOICE FHESIL- iMEATS
OF EVEUV DErftltU'TION,
Corner lUth street and Commeivl d avuiuu
next door to the llylaud saloon.
11-10 tr. OAIHO, ILLS.
AND lltlLSH IN
EiauTii Stiikkt, Hktwkkn Wasiiinutoa
AitJoliiliiK Itl'tenliotiNO anil llaiiiiy'w
Ktup the livnt or lleot, I'orli, Mutton Veal.
I.-iinti, Sntuattu, etc., ml are nrepareil to strve
cltuuuu in llio moat iwcpiKuIjIo miinr.
JAMES KYN ASTON,
BUTCIIKK AKIl DKALKII IK ALL KlNIiB OF
COUNKlt NlNKTKNTII AND l'Ol'I.Alt STt!.,
Ituys aiu slaiiKhterii only tho best ralllo
hoirg and nhcep, and U preiiared to till any
demand for fresh menu trom one pound to
ten thousand poumU.
SI 000 IN ONE WEEK.
To any shrewd man who can do business
on the unlet, I Kuaranteu mi Immense For
tunes, easily, rapidly, nnd In perfect safety.
Address in polled confidence,
23 West Fourtli direct, New Voik.
12.2.', w ;im.
(Open D.iy and Night.)
J. E. PAPtKS, Proprietor,
Ohio Levee, bet, lib and Cth street.,
MEALS ATALL IIOIJIW.
A tine new OIiiIiij; Hall with every eon
venlence lets been added to this popular
Itcstaurant, and the quests will liii'J every
requisite lor thelraceouiodatloii.
THE HILL OF FAKE
cou-l-ts of every substantial aud delicacy ol
Otters the follow luc valuable re.ile'ate for
sale, which Is selected from a -ry larijo list
ol valuable real estate for sale and lease,
as presenting very lavorabb- irtm for In
vestiuelits: A larKC two story hoii-e, In ;ood repair,
tovcthi-r with 2 lot", ou Cross Mrcct, near
school hou-e, a No. 1 bar(;alii.
Tb.it liuu lariru house and lot 0. block M,
cltv, on Washington avciiuebctvvceii Fourth
aiu'l Filth street".
Lot No. e, block No. (5, Ohio L' Vee, 1
Two splendid high lots ou Walnut street,
next to corner of Kl,'tli street. Very cheap.
Two lots on Tenth street, between Walnut
and Cedar streets. Very desirable and will
be sold cheap.
Three lots on Cedar street, well situated
at a bargain.
Those two line 1iUslnt-s lot, lf and 10,
block II, cltv, on Commercial avenue, near
corner of Eighth street, on vv ich now
stands the livery stable of .Miles 1'aiUr.
Fos-elou given lirit of Apiil.
Four lots on Tucnty.ir"t ftreet, nearCoin
mereiaLaseuilu and Height depot ol the C.
and V, railroad.
Two lots on Commercial avenue, near cor
ner of Thirty-third stleel. Will be sold
Two good business lots, 7 and 8, block If
rltv, on Washington avenue and corner ol
Fifteenth street. Directly opposite custom
house. r '
I.ot 9. 10, 11 and 12 same block and in rear
of last mentioned lots, on Fifteenth street.
Lots !! and 1U. block 30. rltv. ou Thirteenth
stri-ct, near C'juiuiei cial avenue. 1'nce
A lino farm of 1W) nerrs, with Kood lin
proveuielitK at (ioou Islainl, atljoiniiig tbu
larm ol O. (iieeiilee, l.si. The soil and fer
tility aro unsurpassed, being ilih bottom
land entirely above nvcillow.
Several w'ell iiiipioved fruit farms in Pu
lo,(HMl ncies iinlinprnvcd lands In Alexan
der and Pulaski cwiintlc;, In bodies to niiit
2.'i,(hs) acres unimproved, well tlinbcind
land in Aikan-as, near Osceola, .No. 1 rottou
hinds. Titles to ali the loiegoln perfect.
v o Pt i.'V: a s n .
The Ferry House. This lar;;e and commo
dious aud well situated house will bu leased
lor a number of years ou veiy advantageous
Those llncly Mtuatcd rrstdenco lots 21, 22
and ii.l, block fiO, city, eoiuer of Ninth and
FOH SALE OH LEAE.-Lou in an)
pait ot the city. l-2.'i lm
is Mipplled with Die
CHOICEST LKIUOUS.WINES &CI0AIIS
iSTMIxcd tlilnks prepared with care.
NEW LIVERY STARLE
IIKTWEKN WASII'N AVKNUK AND WALNUT
Dr. II. K, Kiibla Informs too iiul.lla Hut lie hns
L I V K 11 Y .V 2' A U L K,
on tlionortliweit ante of Tenth street as name
Ills H'bMok will he furnlslicil with nnno t.ut the
AND GOOD VE1IIOLK8.
and tho public may bo accmnmodatcd at al
hour. of tho day and night with tale, teams
on tho lowest terms.
Dr. Fields asks a sharo of public patrnnai'o
and will endeavor to merit it by fair dealing
and strict attention to busl
CONTHACTOK AND RuiLDEH
Has returned to Cairn and is prepared to
take contracts for
ALL KINDS OF IJUILDING3.
And especially rulers to his past record in
Cairo as a builder.
Heailfuaiters at It. II. CunnlnfrhninV,
Commercial avenue, lleleieners tolteediV;
Mann, It, II, CuuulUKliam and Johu Wood,
0 A Vho A N i) ' P A b i j OA II
J lie splon.llil l(iir.sr
-r a o
Diru Fovvi.Kit, Captain
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (Sundiiy excepted)
I p.iu I'or freight opas"a)re apply on boat
to Jas. Mai.i.ouy, Au'l.
WUUD I WOOD I I WOOD I I
The UnJorunol will fullilali
J1ARD AND DRY WOOD
Ah Cleiti, II nut Clirapor
had any wood dealer In Cairo. Leave order
on the Mates at tho 1'ostotllce and at ltns
eoalyartl, on Commercial avenue, between
Tenth and tvvelltll strcuts, Cairo. Illinois. 1
Klvo Kootl measuro and will cortl tho wood
up If dcnired,
aiutiu-tf DENNIS HALEY.
IIOUK 1IIM)I.J.; vry
HOME DttJLUJH I
J. C. II U ELS,
Late of St. Louis.
BOOK BINDER AND JJLANK HOOK
Corner Twelllh street and Commercial Avo
HLANIC HOOKS of every description duno
with iiealueraiid dispatch. All kinds of
lttll is done at .-hol t notice. Illliles, Music,
Maj;a.l ned and Feriodieals bound neat und
at the lowest poi-slblu rates.
County worl, hucIi ns Hecords, Dockets,
Fee HookH. Hlaiiks, etc., made it ipeelallty
Hoxes, l'oeket Hooks, Envelopes, etc,,
nitiiie to oruor ii-'jsii.
PAltlCEH & BLAKE,
WALL PAPER, PAINTS,
. rutty, Bat-Blue, Uitvollue,
And tho celeLrnted illumlnstlBK
nUOBH'LOILDINn COP illH JT. OOU
Cairo .... Ilikom.