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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY ?, 1873
LOCAl WEATHER REPORT.
U. 8. Rio. Skjim Onsr.nvKn'n Oppick.
Cairo, Feb. 0, 1b73, 10:11 p.m. J
Jlaromoter 30-05 and lowering.
Thermometer 39 degrees.
Wind calm and 0 mile per liour.
Maximum temperature last H hour, at
3 p. m., M degree.
Minimum temperature, last 24 hours, nt
6 a. m.,3o degrees.
Prevailing wind last 2 hours, north.
Total number of miles wind travelled, last
21 uourt, 123.
Thomas L. Watson, Observer.
Yesterday was another lovely day.
Liberty Duo cut tobacco tit II. Meyers',
Lahqi stock of dry goods at C. Hanny's,
There aro now fourteen cases of sinall-pox
In tho pest-house.
JIr. Henry Cubl has the small-pox, which
he contracted In St. Louis.
Ullman, tlic dry goods man on Washington
avenue, has the sinall-pox.
"Wanted to Hknt. A furnished house.
Address L., box 303. 2-Ttf.
IlANDSUMU line of Cashmeres at C. Man
ny's. Messrs. Straughu & llluklc will have to
bacco aatcs at their tobacco warehouse today.
John O'ltrlcn of St. Louis, formcilyol the
linn of Smith Torrenco & Co. of this city,
is In town on a visit.
Only two plain drunks belore UN Honor
Judgo Ilross yesterday, which were disposed
ol In the usual manner.
The largest and lined assortment ol musks
and costumes ever brought to Cairo Is now
on exhibition at John School's.
Messrs. Salt'ord and Itcxlord returned yes
terday lrom Jolict, where they have been at
tending ex-Uov. Maltcson's funeral.
Handsome lino of dress goods ut 15cs,
nt C. Hanny's.
Large posters having the word "Liberty''
printed on them are posted up around town.
The meaning of that word Is Liberty Hue cut
at IL Meyers'.
J. Ueoplc, formerly of this city, but now
of St. Louis, where he is engaged in the
wholesale sausage business, is here on a
visit to his friends.
Halt! JUsyuKitADKiw !- Masquerade
costumes, and lalsu face-masks tor sale or
hire during the season tit John School's
Iti-scrved seats lor Curtice's concert at I)
llartmau's on and after the tlth. 2-5-tr.
stock of brown domestics at C.
A copy of tho speech inadu by Judgo
Orceii at tho Odd Fellows' hall last evening,
was requested of him for publication, and
will appear in The Uum.kti.n of Sunday
Mr. Chas. Mehner is still a candidate for
police magistrate. Mr. Mehucr is quite pop
ular among the voters in Cairo, and his
many friends will be glad to know he Is still
on the track.
John It. Green, who has been contlncd In
our jail for the past two months on a charge
ol robbing a Jicntucklan of $1,000 In IStW,
gave ball on Wednesday In the sum of $ I ,.100
forhls appcatance at the next term of our
llierc is as much infonriu-
tion in a good Scientific Lec
ture as in a year's reading.
Itescrved scats for the concerts on Friday
and Saturday evenings, February 7th and
Bill, can be obtained on and alter February
tilh, at 1). llartmau's auction hales room',
corner of Sixth street and Commercial uv-'
Laiige stock of cuitalur and damask's at
The hall of Alexander lodgo No. 221, last
evening was tho scene of ono of the pleasant
est affairs which have ever occurred in this
city. The occasion was tho presentation of
a magnificent gold-headed cane to (Hand
Master Ilross, and one to Messrs. Sallord,
Hcnnlejand Stocklteth, respectively. 'I lie
presentation address was made by Judgo
Orccn, and was ono of his happiest efforts,
full of thought, feeling and eloquence. Ho
was responded lo first by Judge llro, In n
speech In which ho thanked the lodge for
the mark of appreciation and kindness they
had shown him, and ho was followed by
Messrs. Kciuilc, Safford and Stocklteth,
When they had concluded, n handsomely
framed and excellent photograph of A. It.
Safford was presented by that gentleman, nt
tho hands of Judgo Green, to tho lodge.
The presentation ceremonies being over,
music was Introduced nnd dancing was In
order, and continued lor sc oral hours to the
immense satisfaction of nil present.
February lO-ll-PMIl-l l-l.VlO-IMS-lit.
At her residence In Villa Illdgc, of typold
fever, Mrs. Jlnncttc Hudson. The funeral
will take place at .1:TO p. m Saturday, the
6th day ol February. All friend and nc
qul'intanres arc requested to attend. 2-7 2t,
10-1 1-1 2-13-14-1 o-lG-17-1 S-l 0.
ronrrii hay Tiinti) wi:i:k,
The entire day was consumed in the cac
of Thomas McCahc vs John II. l'hlllls. This
ca-c originated In l'hlllls' accusing McCabu
of stealing his (l'hlllls') pipe. McCahc felt
htm-clf Injured to tho amount ol $."i,000, for
which ho brought suit. Judge Allen con
ducted the case for the plaintiff, Mulkcy and
Wheeler appeared for the defendant. Ai;5
o'clock Inst evening the attorneys In the case
had not yet finished their arguments.
" Limber Jim," a colored man, nnd known
as a gambler and bad character generally
was engaged In playing a game of cards yes
terday morning about ! o'clock In Scott's
saloon, with another negro called " Itcd,"
also a notorious character. During the pro
gress of the game, n dl-putc arose between
the two which ended by " Limber Jim '
tiring a pistol shot at ' Itcd," wounding him
In the intestines in n limine which Dr.
Wood pronounces fatal. ''Limber Jim"
was arrested by officers Lallue and (io?s-
lnaii and lodged in jail. The wounde d men
was removed to the hospital.
IIand.somk lino of reps and llgiircd de
tains at C. Hauny's.
M L Davenport, Itlptey, Tonn, ; V n Her
ring, Hlpley, Teliu ; K S Murphy, Cincin
nati; J T Cannon, Union City, Tcnn; J T
Casper, Champaign, Ills; C Howell, Cin
cinnati; l'TMolohon, Henderson, Ky; (i
Longueiuarc, Home, Iud ; J 11 Moore, St
S II Pornlnglo and 0 L Dletrlek, St. Loul;
F Jones, Adams' express company ; J M Van
Aiken, secretary of tho C C nndC company,
Carbondalc; II N Warllcld, Cand V railroad;
C Hcst, Crlanc Smith and ( II Henshaw,
Cincinnati; 1 L Ware, Oarbondalo ; 1 Ilry-
ant nud .1 C Williams, raducah; W M Mur
phy, Metropolis; Jackson I'rlek, Jones'
The county eourt on yesterday disposed
of a considerable amount of criminal busi
ness, which wo fall to report Irom.tho fact
that our rejorter visited the court-house
at& o'clock, in tho evening nnd found that
tho county clerk aud his deputy had gone
homo, consequently he lulled to obtain a re
port ol the proceedings.
The l'rtsbyterlan soclablo at the room of
Mj. llyslop last evening, drew together
largo number of our best people, all of whom
were highly pleased at the efforts made lor
the enjoyment of the company. Mr. Hy
Mop's beautiful room is lull ot pictures and
other articles of beauty, both of nature and
of art, aud it is an evening's entertainment
to examine them all. The refreshment
wcro excellent and were enjoyed with a
relish by everybody. Mr. HjsUp is an at
tentive host, and last evening mado all his
guests leel perfectly at home. The occasion
will be long remembered as an unusually
L.utOK, stock of wool
price at C. Hanny's.
blankets at down
Ilrlghl's disease, called by physlclaui Al
buminuria, Is one of tho most terrible to
which the human family I liable. The al
Immen, which should go to strengthen and
add v Ijor to the human frame, is carried out
of the body In the urine, and the poor vie
tlm wastes away dally until death comes lo
his relict. Now, If, when the patient lint
lluds himself affected, lie will get n bottlo of
Parker's Compound Fluid Extract lluchu
and take it as directed, he will very soon
Jlnd the disease disappear, for, by its won
dcrlul tonic properties, It makes the kid
neys do their work properly, nud this drain
age of the nourishment of the body Is inef
fectually prevented, sold by all druggists,
LAitar. stock of bleached muslin and sheet
Jngs at C. Hanny's.
IVe cheerfully give placo to the communi
cation of the board ot directors relatlvo to
the school concert of tho department of Miss
Cullum. The objections urged by the direc
tors against the giving of the concert, as to
me nine being inopportune, etc., arc worthy
the weight glrcu them by the board, and oc.
turrea to us when wo were informed of the
difficulty between that body aud Miss Cul-
luin J but we were told ut tho samo time,
that tho grammar school department needs
refurnishing in the way ot curUlns, etc.,
tviucu aiiss ciMium nau asked for In vain.
thai she had acquainted the board with her
purpose to glv concert and had been en
couraged by one or tho members, at least, to
proceed. M'e had no reason to doubt the
correctness of our Information, hence tho ar
ticle lu THE Uullutin of yeUerday morn
"THAT CONCERT. "
Wo ;tlnd the following article in Tin:
Uuixbtin of this morning :
The juvenile chorus concert Is advertised
to take place at the Athcneum lo-nlglit, and
thereby h iinrs a tale. Miss Fanuv Cullum.
tho teacher lu tho grammar school depart
ment, has spent some time preparing tier
scholars for the chorus concert, the funds to
be spent In relurnlslilng the grammar school
department. A day or two ano it was Inti
mated to Miss Cullum by tliu board of direc
tors, mat u. was uesiratilo tnal sue sliouul
not glvo tho concert .Mis Cullum did not
wish to give It up so the board ot directors
Informed her that It was her concert or her
"sit." .Miss Cullum was determined not to
give it up so : she wrote her resignation aud
will give tho concert as advertised to-night.
We tell the story as 'twas told to Us. Wo do
not know the ground on which tho board
ol directors objected to the concert, and
Miss Fanny Cullum Is a stranger tons, but
at this present writing Till: IIUI.i.kii.n is lor
the lady, for two nr tuiec icasoiH. Wu re
call several Instances In Cairo of school en
tertainments being given to rulso funds to
purchase books, apparatus, etc., lor the
schools, and hence see no objection to the
proposed concert by MlssCullumlor tliu pur
We cannot penult the above statements
to remain uncorrected.
The high school building of which the
grammar department is u part, was erected
and furnished at a cost of ?X,000 and Is one
of the bust buildings ol the kind in the West.
Its luruiturc I of the hcst, and the directors
hare always esteemed it a pleasure as well
as a duty to keep it in order. II, therefore,
in the grammar school loom there was a
want of iurniturc or tixturc, the directors
on notice would have supplied It,
The tax-payeis of this, dlstilet are now
paying frlli.oou a year, or 1 25 on every
hundred dollars worth ol property they
own, to kcop up our schools. Tho di
rectors were not willing that n further call
should bo made upon the people in that direction.
Taking this view ol the ease, and calling to
mind that the "concert" was tlxed at a time
that it would ncccssailly distract the atten
tion and mar the efficiency of tho school, tho
directors withheld their sanction ; but did
not intend, at the start, to express their ilis.
approbation. During the past week, how
ever, complaint ol a neglect of utily on tho
part of Miss Cullum multiplied so rapidly,
that the directors felt it their duty to inter
pose objection. Tho details of these com
plaints need not bu laid before tho public.
I'.uough to say that tho directors were mo-t
positively and correctly Informed that .Miss
C. made a participation In the concert n
standard ol favor among the scholars, refus
ing to hear lessons lrom those who declined
to tale a part. They wero further Informed
that so much of school hours was consumed
in preparation for t'io concert that sho ne
glected to hear whole clas-cs recite lemons.
These facts in connection with the filither
fact thut the children of tho gram
mar school during school, hours
last Friday were employed at ticket
selling to the neglect or thulr studies
compelled the dlieclor to say to ills Cul
lum that tho concert, ir persisted In, would
be given without their consent, and eontrarr
to their wishes. There was no Intimation
of a desire to accept Miss Culluui's leslgua
tlon, or ol a purposo to discharge her lu tho
event she persisted In her course. Her res
Ignation was entirely voluntary and has
The statement that public school cxhlb'.
tlons hive been held lo purchase books, up
paratiu, etc., for tho schools, Is not strictly
true. At the end of their serious, when the
minds of the scholar could not bn so long
diverted from their studies, .Messrs. Hurling
ham and Morgan gave exhibitions to pro
vide n" public school library" that should
bo accessible to flip public ns well n tho
school; but In no Instance has there been
cither concert or exhibition for the purpose
n vowed by Miss Cullum,
No pcron Is so Ignorant of school govern
merit as not to know there must bo authority
vested somewhere. In the Cairo schools the.
superior authority I. undoubtedly with the
principal nnd board or directors. Ml" Cul
lum, in litter disregard of that nuhorlty,
wiinout consulting either tho directors or
the principal, decided Upon tho'concei t. and
before the directors were Inlornicd of hpr
purpose slm was well advanced lu the woik
orprepar.itlon. If Mis Cullum m iv do this.
why may not ccry ono or our eighteen
ic.u iicr.s no mo same tlilngf And ir nil may
do It, consulting only their own pleasiiro in
the promises, what, wo would nk, becomes
or the harmony, userulncss and efficiency or
our seiioois HoAitti or DimtcroiiM.
Steamer Illinois. Columbus
" Hawkcye, Pittsburg
" Susie fcllvcr, Njw Oilcan
" Oakland, Pittsburg
. " Continental, New Orleans
" Mountain Oak, Casey Wile
" (Julekstep, Evansllle
Steamer lllltioN, Columbus
" Mohawk, St Louis
" Hawkcye, '
' Siilu Mhcr, "
" Oakland, New Orleans
" Messenger, St Louis
" Mountain Oak, Casey ville
" Continental, M Louis
" (Quickstep, EvausMllc.
nni muiiiiy roAi..
Steamboats supplied at any time, both day
nud night with elth'T Lump or Cln"tuut
Coal, In any qiianlit) an I on uual tcinw,
ut the ynnl at (irainl Toner, IIIIuoN, spe
cial contracts offered on favorable term-,
II. V. Or.YfltAXT, Cell. Sllpt.
D.O. llOKiti:, Sale Agent.
CONIUTIUN OK TUB f.tVKItS.
Tho Ohio nt this point was about station
ary yesterday with n tendency toriso, which
It may be doing this morning. The Ohio
above here continues swelling steadily. No
ice ol any consequence was passing out ol
the Mississippi river yesterday, and It con
tinues receding nt this point.
Special dispatches to Thk Uui.t.ktin re
port the condition or tho Mississippi and
Ohio l h crs at various point'.
IlUilNKSS AND WKATHKn.
There has been several thousand tons or
freight shipped from here tills week and the
whatfboats and warehouses arc still tilled
to overflowing with southern bound freight.
lluslucss continues good, aud would be bet
ter irmorc tonnage could bo obtained.
The mild and pleasant weather continues,
and it Is the general Impression that wchac
liad all tho cold weather that wa allotted to
The Mohawk lclt lor St. Louis witli three
barges In tow,
Tho Hawk L'yo No. 2 had three barges
loaded with bulk oil for St. Louis.
The new towboat Oakland pa-sed down
with a largo tow of Pltt-burg coal. Thi
is the second tow tint has went iloun thiis
season, and more tows; coming.
Tho Slislo Silver came In well loaded lib
sugar, molasses, etc., lor St. Louis. Sho
took in tow from here tho barge Yellow
The Messenger finished discharging her
re-shipping freight, and 'eft for St. Louis
Tho Missouri 'Kepubllcan,' ol a late date,
In spcaklng of tho sinking of Miss, V. T.
bargo No. ."0, says tho freight on tho barge
was shipped from St. Louis. Wo arc re
quested to correct tho nbovo and statu that
every pound uf freight on thu barge was re
ceived from Cairo merchants, miliars and
shippers, with tho exception or about l.UU)
barrels ot flour which was received at ( ape
(llrardeau aud Commerce.
The Continental discharged considerable
sugar aud molasses hero aud had a good trip
lor St. Louis.
It will cost $2;.,000 to lepalr the Wild
Duck, which was sunk by tho loo at St.
The Mis. V. T. company I loading a tow
ol barges and will scud them down bv tho
Mary Alice, which I due from New Oilcans
The Quickstep brought lu n full load and
reported plenty of freight between hero and
Evausvllle, lull the banks of tho liver aro in
such a condition that It is almost Impo-.lhle
to get at It.
I'll 1 1.. 10 WARD,
STEAMBOAT 15UTCHE K ,
ity Kutiounl.Unuk lliilldliiif.
u.9;xcn Attention raid loonier lrom Meaiu
hosts nlnht or '1
I'KICB OUKUKNT OmOK,
Caiiio, Thursday, Feb. 0, lb73.
various grades $5 75 to $10 25; 800 bbls
do S3 CO lo 110 nnd 2 cars extra to
XXX nt $0 60 to ?8 60.
11 AY Itocolpts of thu last thrco days
have boon tnoro libornl tbnn tho demand
requires. Tho stock In tho market Is
very heavy. Speculators aro holding oil",
fearing n decline ut Now Orleans. Prices
horo nro woaltor but no dcclino lias yet
taken placo. Transaction hnvo been qui to
large, comprising about 70 car loads of
various grndos, ranging from $18 to $27
delivered, ns follows: 75 bales prlmo
timothy $211; 5 cars "t;llt edge" $2ii27;
3 cars choice, timothy $2(5; 12 cars primu
timothy $25; P cars primo to choice
mixed 523 to $J5; II curs nholco mixed
$2 1; 1 cars ordinary mixed $'J2; 1G cars
mixed i'JO to $13; 1 car prarin mixed SJU,
nnd 4 cars prnrln $18, nil dullvred)
COJtN S.'nrco nnd in netlvo request.
Koeelpts loo light to supply thu wants of
tho market. Arrivals nro all tnkon nt
quotations. Sales comprlsu 1 curs mixed
In sacks, on orders 4Sl!)e.; 3 cars
while do. on orders 50c; 8 cars white
in bulk on truck 333'J ; 20 cars mixed
in bulk on track u'J8c. ; 18 cars mixed
in sacks delivered 45c, nnd i!5 cars white
in sacks delivered -1'Jc.
OATS KocoipU nro libornl nnd stocks
nfo accumulating. Tho market Is wciker,
nnd although no decline lms tnkon plnce,
pricos have n downward tendency, owing
to tho accumulation noted above, which
is causod by lack of means to make ship
ments to nil orders ns fast as they conio
in from tho interior of tho Mouth. Tho
ruling figures to-day wns .'tSQUSJi; sucked
and dollvorod. Sales worn 1:3 cars 39c,
sucked mid delivered; 1! cars 38ic. sacked
nnd dollvcred ; S00 sacks,' round lot, 3Sc i
II Cirs In sacks dolivurcd JISQSOo; 1 car
chuica white sacked nnd delivered He,
nnd-l Cars mixed in bulk on truck 33c.
COUN MKAL--U001I demand nnd
supply only moderate. Receipts nro light
and prices tend upward, i-alu comprLi;
1,001) bbls S 1) del $'. 55; 3 cars aud 500
bids K D del $2 25; 1 car K D told
to-day ut G3, and 100 bbls green meal
sold tit $ 60. Sales by City .Mills wero
100 bbls "St. Cburlos" S U del r?2 GO, nnd
500 bbls "Kvonint; Star" $2 6y'2 CO.
IlllAN-Quiet. 1 car in sucks del nt
UUTTKK Plenty and dull. 1,000 lbs
sold nccording to quality nt lutu'JSc; 30
pkga choice country roll 20c nnd a few
pkgs cholco Northern brought 'J5c.
KOGS Mnrkol baro nt present, Tho
few that have como In found ready into
ut 33'i5c. Tho warm woathur will
make them plenty nnd lesson tho do.
I'OTATOl'.S-Scarco. As tho season
advances tho demand becomes nctivo. AVo
noto a saloof ono cur load 1. Jl. slightly
frosted at $2 75 per bbi.
AiTLKS Murkct fairly supplied.
Sales hnvo ranged lrom $3 601 50.
l'OKK Very little mess in tho market.
Wo noto sales of CO bbls at Sly and Co nt
$12 87 't' hU.
I'OULTliY Dressed turkeys aro sell
at 12(2)14c. Dressed chickens nre rather
scarco and sell roadily at $3(3 60. Livo
ducks uro hard to sell nt f'J 50. Dressed
ducks find ready sale ut $3 60.
PROVISIONS Tho demnnd is falling
A few ordors como lu nnd prices nro
firm. Il.icon clear sides urn hold nt 88Jc;
u snouldors packed 4c; do clear ribs
CJc. Lard in tierces 7.c; In ,l:og, 8Jc.
Wo noto u sulo of 2 cusks bacon shouldois
PLASTKIilNG HAUL 35c P bushel.
LIME. In lots $1 '.'5 to 1 60 t- bbl
OK.MENT. At wholesalu 2
2 60 V, bbl.
CUA U til J. 28(u,30e.
POTATOhS l'urhbl 3 00 to HI.
nr.N.NIIls-ltesewcd 2 J bushels Ifc
m;i!LAl'S 21 bus corn 0)o Kile; do 10
Oi 10c; 4 bus Oer. 20c: fi bus 21c; (I bus 22u.
1' I J VISIONS. Sugar Cured Hhiiis
plain 'ft b. l'JJ to u0.
Ulonr Sldos llncon, 8n7,luc
TEAS Impel Isil, 75fii
Tho general market continues nctivo
with little, if uny, chango in tho demand
or prices of lending articles. Itecoipts of
hay and oats siuco our last issue have been
liberal, r.ud stocks lnvo accumulated, Tho
market on theto articles shows signs of
weakening, nud 11 slight duulino may be
looked for, Tho demand for loth is no
leu active, but lack of shipping facilities
to reach tho interior of tho South restricts
transactions. Tho corn market Is very
active, but tho supply falls short of tho
wants of tho trade, ami ordors uro accum
mutating. Tliero is nlrfo n largo local do
mind (or milling purpose?. Corn moal is
in good demand with un upward tendency
In price. Flour U scarco, tho stock is
bnroly sulllciunt for tho homo trade, with
little or no surplus to ship. Freights nro
unchanged, nud Una ut 30o and COo to
Now Orleans. Thu weather tho last thrco
days has been clear, warm nnd spring
CgcfCorrespnndenls should bear in
mind that our quotations represent prices
for round lots from first luindH, unless
otherwise stated, nnd that lu tilling small
orders higher prices must bo paid.3)
FLOUlt Tho demand coutlnuos nctivo .
mid stocks llg'H. Prices uro llrui nud un
changed, Transactions aro small, for
I want of supply, nnd comprlso 600 bbls
tier, ijoU 2.1; Oolong li.aek, 75&1 00
loun iiyson, !?1 lKj)l -10.
,ly- ''" J,ew Yolk factory, new, rl It
SYltlJI'S-Choire -fl gallon, C5c(3,$ 00
New Orleans, O.'i5j,70e.
-?.:-0J''Kf':i:7T,,,"V!l' MSylic; Laguayra, 21
2.1. ltio, Pilme to Choice, 21 to 25c.
IIKOOMs. Common llouso l doun, $1
ruri m to i:xlr"' i3 wt4C 5 s' "'
SOA1'. Sehaeffer's Carman
7Je; Cliampalgii soap, 71c.
'PAI.I,oV,'r! It, ;!;.
hUHA ! Col en A. IMtt. ? In mi,.. f'i.l....l
1 'Jm!1.?'1 .i'.1"1 ''""ilatedSugarUl to 15c:
l itLKill'P CO'iTON, Compressed, to
NKW tlllK, 85c; to Ho, I o.V H IS). Hi,.
ui.iiiMiesseu, to -sj;w XOUK, tfl JJ; to IIOS
TON, 81. '
FltLKI IT TO MKMl'IUS.-yiom, 40c. ,
I ay, 50 0(1 Corn cw., 2Uc. ; Oats, 20c
PotatocM. bbl., 40c ; Aples, 40:. ; Pork,
Heavy Indum t cwt.
TO NKW oltl.KANS.-Flour bbl, COc.
IdsUy, 1 W; Hay f. ton. $7 50; Com
wt 30c. ; Oats. iiuc. ; Tobacco 'fi hhd.
ii w; vytiiioii f, nam, ei w; Lumber V
M.lUOd. Heavy Height, ewt 30
IIVLAXD & SAUK 11,
AND DEALKHS IN
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
OF KVKUY DKSCHIPriON,
Corner 10th street and Commercial avcntia
ne.i uoor 10 inu llyland saloon.
11-10 tf. OAIItO, ILLS.
AND DKALSR IN
KiaitTlt STIlKKT, IIUI WKKN VAf!IINOTO
Aitjoluhiu Itl'IciiIiniiNe mill llanny'a
lvuci ine hpsi nr ueoi, I'orK, Mutton Vesl.
t.niiili, ola., -ml arn f(itrei lonrro
cllimas In tlm inosi acf onuiil" lonunor,
IIUTCIHtlt ANII DHALKIl IN ALL KINDS Ol
COUNIIIl NlNKTK.Nin AND I'OIT.AIt ST8.,
lluys nnd slaughters only tlm host calllo
hogs and sheep, and I prepared to till any
demand for fresh meats lrom one pound to
ten thousand pounds.
Will be given at the
I'll I DAY AND SATURDAY KVKN1N0S
I'i'lii-iiitry Tnnil , 1S7U.
MUSICAL TALK XT OF THIS CITY,
Under the dlircllou of
PHOK. S. V. 0UIITICK.
The llrt evening Mill be n miscellaneous
cotieert, con-i-tlng cf
Ol'lIltATIC, ii KN'I'l .M KNTA I, ANIl CVlMIC
The second cM'iilug will bo rcndeied the
I'wo very allraellw tiriiiri-ammos which
canimt fall to please the public. Let home
talent anil indu-try be appreciated by a
crowded house on t-nc.li night.
Tickets Ml cents.
lieseiM-tl Seats 2."i cents e.Mni.
l'orsalo at llartmau's. rtirnor ir SKtli
street and Commercial avenue, nl-ont Hock-
well iV Co s book store, .No. 121 ('oliimcrei.il
ST'Doors open at 7, commence at C
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
No. 74 Ohio Lkvkk.
Oilers the rollowing valuable rcales'ate lor
sale, which is selected rroui a Very largo list
or valuable real ctate lor sale and lea-e,
as presntlng very tavorable terms for in
vestments: A large two story house, in good repair,
together with 2 lots, on-Cross street, near
school house, a No. i bargain.
That line largo house and lot li, block .M,
cllv, on Washington avenue between Fourth
and Filtli streets.
Lot No.S. block No. li, Ohio I.-M-e.
Two splendid high lots on Walnut street,
next to corner of Klglh street. Yerv cheap.
Two lots on Tenth street, between Walnut
and Cellar streets. Ycry desirable and u 111
be sold cheap.
Three lots on Cedar street, well situated
at a bargain.
Thox! two fine business lots, Ifi and 10,
block II, city, on Commercial avenue, near
corner of Kightli street, on w leh now
stand- the livery stable of Miles Parker.
Possesion given first or April.
Four lots on 'I'vvi-nty-lirst street, nenr Com
mercial avenue and freight depot of tho C.
and V. railroad.
Two lots on Commercial avenue, near cor
ner or Thirty-third street. Will be sold
'I'wo good business lots, 7 and 8, block ir
city, on Washington avenue aud corner ol
I'llteentli street. Directly oppoile custom
Lots 9, 10, 11 and 12 same block and inrenr
oT last mentioned lots, mi Fifteenth street.
Lots u and 10, block .'Mi, city, on Thirteenth
street, near Commercial avenue. Price 300
A lino farm or ISO acres, with good im
provements at (loose Island, adloininir the
larm ol O. Orccnlcf, Ksij. Tin- soil ami ler
tillty are uunrpasst:d, being rich bottom
laud entirely above overflow.
s-cverai well lmpioveil lriill larins lu I'll
lo.iwu iteres unimproved lands In Alexan
der uud Pulaski counties, lu bodies to suit
2.'j,000 acres unimproved, well timbered
land in Arkansas, ne ir Osceola, No, 1 cotton
land. Titles to all the lort-golng pel kef.
-' O lfTl7A S K .
The Perry House, This largo nnd commo
dious and well situated house will be leased
lor a number or years on very advantageous
Those finely situated residence lots "I, 22
and 23, block f0, city, corner of Ninth ami
FOIt SAI.K Olt LK.VSi:. Lots In any
part of the city. l-2.Vlm
M1IN citiiss Nriti:i:r,
Good stabling connected with tho lini'c,
and sample room for commercial travelers.
Free omnibus to and lrom all trains.
2-5 Cmd. .1. M. DAM HON, Proprietor.
On Commercial avenue, between Twelfth
and Thirteenth streets.
(iUKSTS AVILLF1ND GOODItOOJIS AND
THK VKIIV 11CST OF UKDH
A.T , THIS HOTOE:
TranIcnt Patronage Solicited.
.Mus. i:m,i:n .McCautiiv, l'ropr.
Ci:. 1. I'.IV, l'mjulelor
Wateh keit day aud night for boats and
ti:ms two no li. a us pi:u day.
Ohio Levee, corner of Sixth street,
2.1 tf. 'OAIUO, ILLS.
ST. ,7AM ES HOTEL,
Noilheast Corner Public Square.
This hnusn has recently been repaired and
furnished nevvlv throughout. It Is convenl
cut to the business houses nud thu court
house. Oootl sample, rooms.
WHOLES ALK AM) ItKTAIL
1TO. 74 OHIO LIjYE-
Hctnil aud Proscriplion
Corner Washington avo.
and Llghth street.
Of thamols and rabbit skin,
lor weak lungs.
At IIAIIOLAY IJUOS.
FOIL SOHK TIIP.OAT,
Prepared and sold
lit HA KOLA Y 1IKOS
Ami Disinfectants lor Stables
At IIAIIOLAY IJUOS
S BRUSHES, HlrUFSI
y H9 C0SMC7ICS B P4INTCRSH C
jBB i oilct irr TCW'AlsBij
" YOL'NO AMKIUCA,;
And "Universal Standard."
At HAIICLAY UHOK.
ii 2i)-t r.
HEW ENTEBPEISE I
.1. K. UJFK1.V,
Wholesale mid Iletiill (rurr,
Has on hand at all times Vegetable. Fruits
llutter nnd Kgg-, Lard,
Hon kt, Tboi'iual Fuuns, Ktct, Ktc
JjTAH goods Warranted Fresh, and sold
at small Profit.
N. II. Parcels tlcllvrred to any part of the
city to Customers.
WIST MIIR COMMKKOIAt, AVK., 1IKTWKK.V
17th AND iSth rTIIKKT.4.
anocr.RiEs ueTAii.KH at wiiolkpalk
I'llICKM I'OU CIMI.
AT 11. O. TIIIF.LKOKE'S STOP.K
wAsiii.vtnorr avrnuk. urtwrkv tkktii
P. G. Schuh.
5C 'In. diiy Cuba Sugar for -
Ql tl II II II . .
0J lbs. A coffeo Sueur, N. Y. Std. - 1 oC
I " f rlrno Uio Cotton for - - 1 0C
3 11 Cholco " " - - 1 0C
8 " Old Oovornmcnt Java - - 1 0C
Teas and other staple and fancy Oroco
riot oipmlly us cheap.
Ooods now nnd full weight givon. Cull
. llKNItT llA.Si:.N'.IA(.IHlt,
And Dealer lu
YY.0 KTAULKS, FKUIT.S, KOC.y,
LA III), FKKSll itUTTKU, LlVK
AND DUKSSF.l) l'.ULTltY,
FUKSII SALTKD AM)
S.MOICKD FIsIl, HTH.
Am. Goons Wakiiantbh Fuksii
And sold nt the lowest prices ror cali.
Sy I'.fghth street, belweon Oommerclnl
and Washington uvunues.
WM. (1LKNX & .SON'S
hum) iVAiiri:ns i-oit ojiockjuks
COl'I'lir.. Uio. Laguayra, .lava, Mochn.
SlKi.Vll, N, O., Hard & Soft lteflned.
SYRUPS. Now Orleans nnd Kastern.
wi: ma ice hit.ciamtiks or
70 ,( H Viae. It. (JI.SCIXXATI.
OAIUO AND PADU0AH
MAIL II OAT.
Tlm spleinlid stoitnicr
Dick Fowlkii, Captain
Loaves (.'alro DAILY, (Sundayoxceptod)
i li.m For freight o passage apply on bunt
to Jas. .Mai.i.uiiv, Ag't.
PAItKHH & BLAKE,
WALL TAPER. PAINTS,
Patty, Ileuclssi), lisuiolloe,
And the cslotrsted illumlDstlni
UnOBH'LOlLDINf, CCP llTIf ST. COM
Cairo - - - Ilinow,