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LOCAL WEATHER REPORT.
U. fl. Sto. Sr.n..OD9EnvKn's orFicE. 1
Cairo, Feb. 8, 1sT.l, 10:11 p.m. J
Raromelcr 30:) and riling.
Thermometer 31 degrees.
Wind northwest, II miles per hour.
Maximum temperature last 31 !iour, at
3 p. ra., 4 If degree..
Minimum temperature, last 24 hours, nt
10:11 p. tn.,S4 degree.
Provalllny wind list 21 liouri, southwest.
Total number of miles wind travelled, List
51 hours, 231.
Thomas L. Watson', Observer.
N'o police business yesterday,
Large clock of dry pood at C. Hanny's.
Yesterday was a beautiful day, clear and
Ourcliurclics will all be open to-day for
(.'apt. W. 1. Ilalllday lias returned from
Etnas stock of cm tains nnd llamas',' nt
" Waxtkii to Rent. A furnished house.
Address L., box .".05. i!-7tf.
hhcrliT In In leaves to-day nu tbu 2:lo train
with a delegation of prisoner bound for Jol-let.
Mr. Jos. Arnold is nearly through taking
the city census, it hedges dose on to ten
A cold wind sprung up yesterday evening,
makliur It several degrees colder than it had
been durlnv; the day.
There arc now four small-pox eves in the
pet-houec. Instead or fourteen, us we were
Informed a lew days njjo.
One hundred barrel choice yellow bell
tlowcr apples Just received and lor side bv
K. A. Cunningham, So. til Ohio levee.
For Sam:. My entire Hock of groceries,
"addles, harness and farming implements, at
wholesale or retail. D. Aiitek.
II am! MASjur.iiAm:Ks 1 Masquerade
costumes, and falso facc-liusks lor sale or
Idre during thu season nt John Schcci'k
Handsome lino of Cashmeres at C. Han.
The person in Cairo who rejoices In the
largest iuuk'.Ij Mcho.au William Adrian Van
Catz iuullenuurg. lie Is commonly called
John, lor short.
We noticed several box c.ir oil the track
or the O. u ,U V. railroad yesterday, belouj,.
Iu, to tae lu Jua ipjlU ra.lrjj. 'i'hey were
loaded ivlth grain.
Mr. Louis lk.11.1, t.u uunij costumcr,
wm bo here on 1'nur-d.iy next with u tin,
s.i,V' ol cus.ii.ii.-i, oji.1 iur U .lie aud geu
tic.iu.i ai.f.iJug mj iui u,yu 0j-,j J(
As there are nu.ij p,.i.w, desiring if
served -cits lor in j Demon lectuie., me)
cau s.e.tro litem oy applyw.: nt ilunman i,
ut H (ur tuo iuu cuui-.o iintl tweiiiy-du-ceuuior
a -mie I.ciurc, iur l.my aud' gci..
ol b.-j,vu Ujusiie) at C
February lO-U-rJ-RM I-IS-IC-IT-KMII.
SL. The next tegular communication of
VNwairo Lodge, .No. 2.17, a. F. and A. M.,
wit be hjld (to-morrow) Monday evening, nt
7j o'clock sharp. Vhlilng brothers cordial,
y Invited to nttend.
R.Fk.vnk Hi.aki:, Sec'y.
11. F. Woodward, or the house ot J. 1),
Oliver A- Co., commission merchants ol
Atlanta, Oeorgla, Is now in thl, city. .Mr.
Woodward l here to superintend 'the tin
loading and trau-rerol live hundred car.ol
grain consigned to bis house In Atlanta. This
grain was all bought lu Central Illinois.
Messrs. Str.iugun ,fc ninths sold 13 hhds.
tobacco on Friday, their regular day of
ales. The bidding was brisk ; quite a num.
bcrof buyers attended the sales from other
cllic-. The prices realized were satlstaeto
ry to 4thu producers. Tho first live hhds.
oifered were medium shippers which
brought from 10 to flO 25. The next
was a lot of eight hhds. or lug., which
brought iroin $0 80 ranging upward to 7.
Lhcro is as much informa
tion in a good Scientific Lec
ture as in a year's reading.
The Mound Cily 'Journal' of yestcrdav
Henry Culil, the llour dealer, and Sam Ull
man, formerly clerk ot ltluin A: Aiinon. nre
both down with nnall-pox lu Cairo.
The 'Journal' is very much mistaken.
Mr. Cuhl, the flour dealer, 1 not down with
the small-pox and his name is notlieury, and
Mr, fJhlmati, who has nearly recoveied from
the suialbpox, is not down nt nil.
Andrew Fellsnldcr, who Is poor, but hon
est, has lived in this city for some time in
the capacity of porter at tho house of John
uocKie. About ten ilaj ago, Feibnlder In.
.vested five dollars in a whole ticket in the
Missouri ststo lottery. Thu ticket hclcc,tctl
was '.'O.WJ, aud a daj or two ago the holder
was notified that his ticket had drawn
&3,000, aud that by presenting the ticket
withlu forty days, the money will be placed
in his bauds. .
Lahgk stock of wool blankets at down
price at C. Hauny's.
Dave Llncgar swears that the next time
the governor Is before tho people, Cairo will
Chicago him ; for why his excellency should
fo:l bound to recognize tho claims of that
beer-gulling city, ulterlt had tun hit com
petitor lor llouteiuut Kovernor ahead ol
him in the late election, in xiincllMn- mi.
accountable, and Isiiot exhibiting a proper
regaru lor tne colored troop who fought so
nobly mid Mtulligciiily m benighted Fgypt.
Judging from thu preparations making
among abjutull ol our best citizens, wo cm
elude that the masquerade ball on Friday
night, at i he et. Cluiles, will be oue of the
most enjoyable alTuIrs which have taken
plsea lor u long time. Nutbnig , ltUj.
spare! by the iiuiij ivr. In tiiu way of m Jiicy,
Itmuaud ti-oilb.e to make all tho ueeessary
uiniiigeiiieliW complete, and the costuuiui'
from liu LouU wld urilveTliiiisday with the
most elaborate and extensile stock ol masks,
coslllU.e, v o., ever brought to this illy.
'Jh.it Ihu ball will bu a grnlld one, both In
point of numbers uud flue displ iy ol dre-.e, '
an I mak, no ono, wh knowof l lie .plilt
tvltli which be iul Vive Coterlo ilub have I
entrd lato the uudci taklot', van doubt, i
CAUIO DALLY liULLMTliN, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 0,' 193
10-11-1 2-l3-l4-lG-iG-l7-l-1 9.
LIST OF I.KT tV.HH
In Cairo post-ohleo held for postage:
Chas Holmes, St. l,oul.
t letcher and Co, ht. I.ollls.
J A I l.ockhard, New Orleans,
It Foatherstun, Jamestonn, III.
Tho Fortcr, ht. Louis.
MXTti hay skcoxi) wr.r.K,
Judge Ilros iircsldlng. The ca'o of Cha.
Seeds charged with an attempt to do bodily
injury, was continued till next term aud bis
ball fixed nt f300.
Information was made that II, Woods .v.d
Cha. Oormly were guilty of riot, and a CV
plas wm Iucd ror their arrest. Yi,c ,a.
lance or the tlav was consumed If
Haxdsomb lino or dre good at ISet,
at C. Jimmy's.
Donton'fi First Lecture,
-MONDAY EVEN FN
MXTIl DAY. TIIIUD WKF.K.
In the rorcnoon session arguinciits were
heard In tho cac of Alex. Allen .s. the cltv
of Cairo for damages. At 11 o'clock thu
ease w. given to tho Jury, who oon re
turned a verdict for the plalmlir nusslns
his damages at m Allen, Mulkcv mid
Wheeler for tho plalmlir, (iicoii,(illbc"rt and
I'ojio for the city.
After dinner court adjourned until Moil
day morning at II o'clock.
J.Ar.lli: slock or bleached milsliu and hcot
Ins at C. HaunyV.
James and Adam lllg, Westiield, III!,
nols; N lliinsacker, Dogtooth; o Orcenlcc,
lioose Island j J R 1'etlt, Carnil; .1 s Morrl
Ulllnj N C l'etlt, Calro;.I F Vogcl, fct. l.oub'
I. F Walker, Orantsburg, Illinois; j
Nojle and J It Moore, fct. Louis; F.d McDon
ald, Louisville; William Cooper, Carbondale;
J 0 Smith mid lady, Louisville; I'lill V Field
St. Louis; RURooth, Trenton; A J. Can.'
UDrnnd Miss L M tSardner, Rollvar,Tennc
see ; A S Robert', Alton, Indiana ; M It Law
rencc, Ray City.
K S Silly and Thos 1' Cllroy, Cape Olrar
deau; LoulsSelby and 11 C Carter, Mcniphli;
J 11 (lest, Cincinnati; S J Carter, Osceola,
Ark; II K Witlierspoon, La; A O lfetchuui,
Marble Hill, .Mo; J F Meihopc, J M Fan
trees, it .V Warlleld, S L Sehttmo, W Rev
n lds. 0 t V railroad ccmiany; D Kvcrctt,
Jlass; J 11 Forter, Memphis; V Jonc, ex
press company; II R Hubbard, Anna; J M
Craig, ArK; Fhll X Field-, St. Louis; C ,1
Jaiibaeh, Chlcag..; A II Spauldlng, Sau
.rauclsclsco; Col 0 F McAfee, Louisville,
IUs-D,oMii Ihu of reps .ami ll,'urod de
..uus at C. 11 uuy's.
,, ,. . Oaiiio, Feb. 8, 1ST3.
Jin, l.unon : I wish to propouud the
.ollol.,g query: Did Mr. RurUngham or
Mr. Jlorg.in ever .nk the consynt of tlie
ward of dir etors when they gave their
public exhibitions!1 Or did any teacher ecr
asU the coinuut of the board of dire etors to
get up nnd gIVu u coucurt or exhibition,
which certainly can nnd must bo optional
with tae teacher, a It Is entirely an outside
matter? Will the board of directors please
answer? A. R. C.
,, , , Caiko, Feb. 7, b7J.
DkauIjik lu'rour issuo this
notice the well deserved compliment to Jlr.
Uyslop in regard to the I'resbyterlan Society
sociable field at bis rooms last evening.
While nil you say Is Mrictlv true, we tbluk
Justice dcni'inds that the ladies who com
posed tne committee aud furnished the le.
frcshmcnti, and who so handsomely ;aud
smilingly entertained the guests, should at
least be mentioned. Their names are as fol
lows: Mrs. PallN, Mrs. Haythorn, Mrs. S.
Taber, Mrs. C. Ilanny and Mrs. A. A. Arlek
Financially tho sociable was the grandest
ucces of any held during the season.
Mr. Editor "A person
may or may not rest his con
victions of immortality on
taith.or in boolo" (Ecclesias
tics, chap. 3, verse 10.) lint
most assuredly a lecture on
the scientific evidences of
man's future existence, fromja
linn and earnest Jjcliovor like
Prof. Denton, cannot fail to bo
both instructive and interest
Dkxtox Lkctuhh Com.
I. 0. 0. F.
PRESENTATION OF A fJOLD-IIEADEI)
CANE TO lilt.VND MASTER
THURSDAY XKU1T, FERRUARY
AT THE HALL OF ALEXANDER
fil'EECIl OF HON. W. H. OREEN.
BnoniKK llitosa Tho pleasant duty of
repreicutlut; thu mcmbeis of this lodge in
expressing the high regard in which they
usiuoui you, in connection wltlrjtha preson
tHtlon of their gift, has been allottod to
I am initructoJ to prcsont to yon this
wulking enne, as a gift frotr. Alexander
lode hit, TJi I.O. of O.F.
'ltiu feelings which have prompted this
nction to-niglil nre nltogcther good, Re
tweeu ttits giver und tho jjift-takor whero
thu motive of eieh Is up.
right there springs spontaneously
a now miiu n nearer lie ot sym.
pittlr-liu unity. And every deed that
Every inventor of n nw nnd improved
mode of applying the cement of brotherly
lovo Is entitled tn lofty nlcho In the
moiuimonls !rectedin honor of Urn dlirov
orera of tho useful nnd tho true.
Rut this gift is tho emboJItneiit of scc.ic.
thing moru than Itsmatorlnl vluo...10ine
thing more eubstmitlal than ;0 ,llero
pleasure of leslowing n benU.'.ful present.
It has a personal signUcanco well un
derstood by thoso nro-jrid you, but which
l shall scarcely sne;.;.fd in expressing m
We feel a 'xmlldeuce thai is rffreshing
hen y.,u M0 prt.tctj Aj ,jU
soldiers fci l0WnrJ j..rBjorlck lll(J
Orcn',, ur t-su Continentals toward Wash
'"f.luii, so wo feel toward vi'ti-s troi..'
when yotiure In command, nnd eoiilUeni
thnt ull is rlgnt nt the front.
Wo know by porionul experience that
your grip upon thu banner of Odd Fellow
ship is strong enouRh to hold it aloft even
nmid lou-fold greater opposition than you
will have occ.iilon to oncounter.
Yuu may justly fool proud of tho es
teem In which wo htdd you. Wo value
you r.s n citieii. Wo vuluo "votl
still inoto highly m n brother. We
aro proud of you m out Urand
Mnsler. Rut especially do wo hold you
in high esteu'n us u typo of the cosmopoli
tan diameter of our Order in 11 true rep
roseiitiitivo of the (jrand nnd eomprehen
slvo Idea that "Odd Fellowship is universal
in man 'Hint .wherever the lido of hu
man lifo extends, whether upon tha conti
nents or upon thu Islands Unit stud the
untcr of the great deep, there Odd Pel
lowsnlp will llnd it houw nnd erect lu
hospitable lent, dispensing joy to the nf
llicled, wiping tmay tho tears of
sorrow, cultivating the social iimuni
ties, nnd leiehmg man his high
dvUltiy us Hie tulduer alike of ihys.
ic'al nnturu nnd ot his own evil passions
Walloon this planet, nnd tins ultimate
recipient of thaluxittuuce hoped for by the
Piijuu philosopher, Plato, in bis ''longing
after Imrnoitality," utul leprctented und
known in Iho Chrittinii pblloiuphy us tl.u
"Jifo ICvcrhisting. '
o ardently hope for the day, nnd have
high nnd encouraging tailh that it Is not
far distant, when Odd Fcllowihlp shall
represent tho moral manhood of tho world,
when thu Odd Fellow's grip shall bu known
unto and lovod by nil tho good and virtu
ous in all tbo habitable parts of the csrth
whon tho grip of tho OJd-folldw shall bo
accepted ot nil men ns the true token of
1 refer not, oh, most worthy (irand
Master.to your neriotml ltiii iWh Am,.
. . a k
griff fearful nlikelo the puny brother fn m
equatorial regions and to tho rugged Odd
Fellow whoso muscles nnd whoso virtues
have been hardened amid the storms nnd
snows of Scandinavian winters. Rat
we nil grimly smllo with pleasure ' when
you squeczo our bands, For mankind in
nil ugvs hnvu admired physical strength,
and Odd Fellowship ur.Jy elevates und
purifies, it does not change our natures.
And so wo nro proud to know that
Alexandor Lodgo has furnished to the Or
der a Grand Master who ii a worthy rtp
rctcutattvu of nil thu physical ns well us
tho moral virtuas, whoso grip i 'wnoro
terrible than an uruiy with baunors,'
and whosu lltncss to bo tho standard
bearer of that growing army which an
tagonizes vice in ull its foruu with thu
watchwords, Friendship, Love nnd Truth,
will not bo fully known &r.d utilized until
his grip shall lay hold upon tho gavel of
tuo Most Worthy Grand tiroof tl,u Oinnd
Lodge of the L'uitid Ststos.
W'c have dcslrod to ni.iku yen n present
that would count for something ruoro thnn
Its mere pecuniary value that would
symboli.o tomu lending feature ot Odd
1 ollovrship. o might have given you
a diamond as emblematic ut' purity or n
sword us representative of Justice or thu
silver link, symbolic of friendship, lovu
and irtllb. Rut niter holding sobunn
counsel logothor, Wo agreed that thu tint
duty of mi Odd Fellow was to stand erect
beforo the world a9 you stand, it type of
virtuous manhood, swerving neither to tho
right nor to tbo left, neither bowing to
the haughty, nor oppressing tho weak
cultivating and practicing tho cardiunl
Tirtucs, and yet avoiding the cant nnd hy
pocrisy of tho Pharisee. And thus it
ciimo to pass that wo chose tho walking
cane to ba our gift. It is both moful ami
ornamental. It in sumo degroo is an
outwurd representation of what should be
the conduct of mn to his follow man
strong but not rough, erect but not un
bending. It may bo both a rod nnd is
stall' may it bo to you symbolic of tho
snmo thought expressed by tho .royal
liobrew poet, nnd may 0 id Fellowship
lead you to exclaim with tho fervor nnd
fnllli of King David, "Thy rod and thy
stall', they comfort mo."
To thofo who nro present, nnd partiei
pate in this brief ocroinony of present a
tlon, that occasion has furnished a pleas
ure not to bo forgotten with the passing
events of our busy evory-day lifo. Cor
dial, hearty good fooling eoeuis beamlnj;
iu every faco nround us. Formality und
fulto otiquoito hido thcmtolvus from tho
bright rnys of 'friendship and lovo' without
sclUshncss, und of 'truth' without fear,
Gontlo in lis Influunco?, strong and right,
cousin it commands, prompt but tender
in Its punishment!, Odd Fellowship oilers
tho sceno in this lodtro-room to-nmbt m
stronir ov donco that its teachings and lis
work tend to softon the ruder phases of
our nature, nnd to cunoblo and beautify
No where, beyond tho precincts of Iho
most gonial nnd harmonious family circle,
is tho gouuino sentiment of frntornity so
fully fult nnd enjoyed as in a lodgu of Odd
Follows, Hero to-night, wo can kuow nnd
see "how good nnd how plessantlt is fur
brotnron to dwell together In unity." This
is not u vision of v hat ought to be, but n
realization of what is.
And by you, whether as n hluh retire.
sontativo of our Ordor, or ns nn humble
brother, this night will not bo forgollun.
In tho midst of ticlion iu publh) alTu r.. or
in ditcliurnint! tho ur.iud dutb'S. which
vou olHcinllv perform to well fur Odd Fel.
lowiblp iu;' coimmtndir of tho fnlthfiil
alTee'.tonato coniidenco reposed In you by
I'S Rrotliorhood. And when the meander
ing ycrs have become morged in flio
mighty past, until your strong limb- nre
mndo weak In an honored old ago bnncnth
tho Inexorable law! of nature, you may
then bring forth this stnlf and cheerfully,
sen'it its mpporl ; and In tbu autumn of
life, made full ol sunshine by tbo memory
of good deeds, may you nherish a tender
and loving rcmembrntioo f llio'p who mo
j In niuht nround you.
Steamer llllitoi-. Columhu
" XniliMllc. Cincinnati
' tlleln no. New Ot leant
" f'liyof Vlcksbnrg, Vlcksburg
" Kniritth.i, St. Louis
" Mlimi'ol.i. Kcw Orleans
" N.I Rlglev. Fltt-hurg
' Mlewlfd. Evansvllle
' Tyrone, Niithhllln
" Smoky City. Pittsburg
" Relic .Memphis. .Memphis
' Fanny Lewis. Vlckshurg
" Arlce, St. Louis
" Mai v .McDoiul.t, 8'. Louis
.1 W Mill', Memphis
" ('It Chuicli. Clniliin.nl
" ,11m Flak, Jr, Paducali
Steamer llllnnis, Columhtts
" .Nii'hvlllc, Arkansas river
" (ilelicoe. St. Louis
City or Vieksburg, St. Louis
" Kanawha, l)i!lls Island
" Mlnui'ola. Cincinnati
" X.I lllslcy, New Orleans
' Idlew lid, . Memphis
" Mnnky Cltv. New Orleans
" Relle .Memphis, St. Louis
" Pnuilio I.ewN, "
" .Maty M.-Donald, Ouachita iher
" hV .Mills. Ohio river
" ' It Church, New Orleans
" .Urn Flk, dr, PaduiMh -"
Northw ostein, Nntehe
111(1 .ML'bliY ro.t
Steamboats supplied at any time, both day
and night uiih either Lump or Chestnut
Coal, lu any nuaiillty nu I on ltstl.il terms
at the yard nt Grand Tower, Illinois, .'pe
dal conlr.ielt oilered on favorabli- terms,
11. V. Ol.VMIA.NT, (loll. Slipt.
D. O. Roki:i:, Sales Agent.
CONMriO.V OV THK RIVKhl.
The Ohio eotimieiiccd rMnir at this nolm
Friday night, and tho ilse ej.enl.iv was slv
Inches and this morning it will likely bo
loiimi ruing last. i nu i,,n for nine di'vs was
nine aud a hall fed. Tho MhUlppi s r.
nig. rilols on Hie Alice and Mary McDon
ald reported six feet with the Mle'k nnd no
material change in the eoiirso ol" iho rlmn
ni l, except nt Dell's Island, where It has
changed, and runs down around the Maud.
There Is plenty of water below here far the
Sjieelal dispatches to Tin: Rri.i.KTiN re
port tho condition or the Ohio and Misjlt
slppl rivers at various points.
lltffl.NKMi ASU WEATtlKK.
Ruhi(;s was good on the levee and all
tho packet" came and went with very good
The Weather was partly cloudr and plea',
jiio ivauawan nas two barges of ore
ngrouiid at Dovll'a l-hind nnd came down
here and got a lighter and will return aud
'I he Nahl!!e tor the Arkansas ilvcr was
loaded to thu guards ai.d added nothing
''1 he .1. X. Rldcy nnd Smoky cltv pjs.sed
down with .irgi) towsor Pltt-biirg'ioal for
The Alice and Mary McDonald arc thelirst
arrivals from St. LouN since the SSth of Jan
uary. They each brought out good trips for
their places of destination. The former was
aground eight day. at Hoivct.iil bar and iu
ilaugerof brcakiiigiu two, but.'lttckllv got off
without being damaged.
The Idleu lid for Jlcinnhls li.nl n siin.ii.i
nip, neiug loaucu u, ,u.t.j, , ,,lc. coll,
'I ho Cily of Vicksbuig. Famih! Lewi, and
Relle .Memphis had light trip..
I ho Tyrone came iu from Nashville with
a fair load, nnd is tilling ;uiil a good trip ot
grain for a return trip.
The Glasgow too.c down the bargo Ktla
loaded with Irelght, and a good tiip for her
sell. Dick Slack Is her mate.
'iho 0. R. Church had all the freight she
could well carry.
'I he Northwestern lelt last gilt fr
Natchez. She Is loaded down to the guards
and towMhe barge Cora loaded with hnv
Our port h,t lor 2 1 hours contains 17 ari l
The machinery of the snag boat S. Thayer
which was sunk some tliuo ago lu Arkansas
river has been got mil, mid Is at Ihe moiilh
of White river waiting transportation to this
Our Homo Advcrtisors.
City Knflonal llnnk niilldtns;.
s.H(cial attention paid to orders lrom nesn.
ImaiK nlaht or cIt
lias now on hauil all kinds of
DRY CORD AXD STOVE WOOD
Forsale. Leave orders at
CoincrKixlh and Commercial,
Or at corner of Twelfth and Poplar. tf.
tih-lio unity. And every deed that Mowiblp ns; coininanuir or tho fnlthrul
rengtluiiis thu union of Odd Fellows to I and, whiwo vows intiki) It n part of life
in l..dgc,nrto u.di other is pruloworlliy. I ''t" visit tho sick, to relievo thu districted,
vprv tiivitnlur of h ii,w .ml triti.r.n....l In hurt IIim ilniul. tn edueulu thti iirnlinn
to burv tbi dead, tn educnlu the ornhnn.1
you will be cheered by knowledge oj thi
HOME TIJLIDE !
0. II U ELS,
Late of St. Louis.
BOOK HIND F.R AND BLANK BOOK
Corner Ttvdltli Mrcrtaud Coinmcrci.il Ave
HI. A VI,- lUUUv'Knl'iivervih'si'rintliiiwIniw,
wllh nentncM and dispatch. All kinds of
iiilln; dime at short notice, Rlbles, Music.
Mhv:iz!iics nnd PiTloillenls bound neat and
at lhiiovest potlbhi rati'".
eniittf. w.nl.v miii.1i fid ItiM.nr.lu. flif.l'j,ik
Fee Rooks Rl'inks etc., luadu n ipeelnllly'
ltoiw. I'm.ki't Hooks. KnW'foiiti.
msde to order ll-iilf, i
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
Xo. 74 Onto Lkvf.i:.
Oll'er the following valuable real es'ate lor
sale, Which i selected front a Very largo list
or aluablo real estate for rale and lease,
as pres'-ntlng very raiorable terms for In
vestments: A largo two story hotlc, In good repair,
together with U lots, on Cross street, near
school hotlc, a No. I bargain
i'hat line laign holli' and lot li. block M,
cily, on Washington I'M iiuubetweeii l'oiiiih
ami Filth streets.
Lot No. H, block No. (I, Ohio 1. wo.
Two splendid hldi hits nu Walnut street,
next to enriier ur hlgth Mreut. Very ehcap,
Two lots on Tenth street, betwicii Wiiluut
and Cellar streets, Veiv desirable and will
be sold cheap.
Thrcu lots ou Cedar street, well situated
at a bargain,
'I'liose two line business hits. 1, nnd 10,
block 1 1, cily, on Column diil incline, near
corner or Eighth street, ou w tub now
sinmls the Ms. si v stable of Miles Pinker.
Possesion ghcii first of Apill.
Four lots uuTweiilj-llrstsiivet, liearCom
merel.'iliiM'iuiR and fuight depot of the C.
anil Y. railroad.
Two lots on Commercial nveiiuc, near cor
ner of Thirty-third street. Will be sold
Two good business loli, T utul f, block Jf
city, mi Washington mcmio nnd corner ol
Flitcpii'li street. Directly opposite custom
LotsD, 10, II and 12 same block and In rear
of last incnlloimd lot", ou Fllleenth street.
Lots'.) and In, block 'M, eily.iinihlilieiilli
street, iica; Commercial acnue. Price
A line rami or 1W) nrres. wllh good Im
pnivciiienis at. (loose Island, adjoining the
larm ol (. (iieenlee. Ei 'I he soil and rer
tlllty aro iiuuipised, being rich bottom
rind entirely tibove oMTlloW.
ScuTal well Impiovcd fl'iilt larms In Pu-l.i-ki
Iu,(iimi acres unimproved lands In AloNnn
dcr nnd Pulaki counties, lu bodlv to uit
'A"i.ikh acres unimproved, well timbered
land in Arkansas, iieiirOeeola, No. I cotton
lands. Titles to all the rm-egeilng perfect.
f o it T'iTa h f. .
The Perry House. Thk large and commo
dious ami well situated house will be IciM-d
ror a liilmbrr oreni on vcrv .MlMiutagi.oiis
Thine Ilni'ly situated residence lots 21.
and 'i.1, block 'M, city, corner of Ninth and
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
iTO. 7& OHIO riii-V!E-
Retail and Prescription
Corner Washington Ave,
und Eighth ttieet.
O itfitJti 1 1 lii frnS" wiBwn
o i us;
i f I V UlIjIfHHIJS
Or chamois and rabbit skin,
for weuk lungs.
At RARCLAY RROS.
FOR SALE" OR
part of the elty.
Lh'AT.-s-Lots In anv
Olllce of Cairo Cltv Fenj Co,. I
C.sllio, Feb. 4( IsT.'t. J
Notice Is hereby given lo the stockholders
of the alien r nmiieil company, that an as
sessment or nineteen (IU) per cent, or $n M)
per sham upon the cnpltalstock id said com
pany, has this day bieli nude by the board
of directors, and that the stockholder are
required to pay the same at the oilier of the
lreasiirer,as follows, z : fjon each shatc on
.Maieh 1, next, and $4 fjl on each share 011
April I, ne.vt. In accordance with the char
ter and bv-lawsof thocompanr.
2-C-dlt. ' Tlios. W. il.sl.l.in.V, 'ee'v.
NEW YORK STOlti;,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LAHUKST VAlltKTY STOCK IU TftK C1TT
OOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
Curort-or Nliiett-rmti treetntiit Com
UK. MIS, 1IROWN .V CO.,
Aiiknth JIo.mj: Cotton JIft.i.s
NO. 50 Ohio Levee, Cairo. Ills.
And Healer In
VEOETAELKfi. FRUITS. EOOS, LARD
FRESU RUiTElt, in c.
63T All Ooo Is warranted fresh, and sold
the lowest prices.
Corner tth fct. andCommerelalAvc.
CAIRO CITY COAL
Is prepsred to suopls auitnnmr with ih
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
ORDERS loR at Ilulliday Uroi. ofllco, 7
"...v. ui anno i,oai iaru ociow 1110
M. Charlca Hotel, 'will rceelvo prompt atten
tion. Tho Tuo "Montauk" will bring coal
a'tnssiiip 10 swame.rH at any bruir.
PClLIt 1 SJ
I BOAT STOBE3 j
a KO CKUlKS,
Ohio Lkvub (Uino. III.
HENltY 11. MEYER,
DECORATIVE. SION and ORNA31ENTAL
GRAINING AND MARBLING
of every Description.
DKUOKATING AND GILDING
In every style, plain and ornnmontal.
l'artirol.ir Hiii.niinti nut, I . in :iim nilill.,..
OideiH Mdiclled for Scenery, Frcscoo and
Rainier Palntlnj;. '
FANCY G LjASS SHOW CAltDi:
.-lJ jj 1
FOR SORE THROAT,
Prepared and sold
r RARCLAV UliOS
1 And Disinfectants lor Stables
At HAROLAY RHOS.
n FIXE CIGARS,
, HONEY REE."
And "Eulvcrsal Ptandard,"
r At RARCLAY IJRO..
11 -'JO If.
J. K. LUPKI.V,
P. G. Schuu.
VVIii1cs)sj1p mni itrtnll (irnrrr,
lias on hand at all limes Vegetables, Fruit
Hotter nnd L'es, Iird,
Honet, Tiioi'fCAi. Fitcnj, Etc., Etc!
EST All kjonils Warranted Fre-h, and sold
at small Piolit.
N. R. Parrels delivered to any part of the
city to Cu-tomer.
west sun: comtr.KciAf. ave., iietween
17th AM) 18th riTUUKT.S.
OROCEKfSU KBTA1LKU AT W1J0LEHALI
1'Kicca ror. cash.
AT II. C. TIIIELEUKE'S STOP.F.
WAflll.VOTON AVK.NUr. IIETWEEM TKXTfl
AND ELKVCSTIt S7KKKT8.
5C 'hi. dry Cuba Suirar for - - Ji 0
jj .1 11 ... 1 ot)
tit lbs. A coflco Sucnr, N. Y. Std. - 1 00
1 Prime Rio ColTeo for - - 1 OC
MJ Choieo " " HI
it " Old Government Java - - 1 OC
Teas and other sitnplo nnd fancy Groce
ries equally n cheap.
Goods now nnd full weight given. Call
And Dealer lu
VEOBTARIiE.S, FRUITS, EC.G9,
LARD, FRESH RUl'TER, LIVE
AND JltESED J'oUJPRV,
FRESH SALTED AM)
SMOKED FISH, ETC.
A 1.1, Goons Warranter Fresh
And sold nt the lowest prices for cash.
XJ5?Kiphth Blrcet, between Commercial
arm wnstilnglon nveuuns.
WM. GLENN & SON'S
ur.AD q r.t nriiiis foi: ghoceuks
COFFEE. RIn, Lnguayra, Juvn, Mocha.
SUO.IR.-N, O., Hard & Soft Kenned,
SYRUPS. Wow Orleans nnd Eastern,
wi: .vaki: sPKCi.u.irii: or
A IT ID CIQ-ABS.
;o j.- iw si.
Ollt, plain and ornamental. All woik
tri'ted to my caw will be promptly
tiuided to. Shop fn Perry House, ioinet'
Commercial hvaiiiim utul Klirlitli street.
CAIRO AND PADUOAII
The Hlisnl Id steamer
Dick Fowukk, Cnptnln
Loaves Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted) at
4 p,in For freleht opas-age apply on boai or
to Jas, MAU.OUV, A t.
MISS 31. J. OAI.SOJN
Wishes tocall a'.tpntlnn tn her stock orToys,
Notions and Fancy Hoods 1 and Maple Aril,
ilcs eoii.li liir! ot Dolls III great variety,
Ladles' Work-hoxcH of fine quality, AV rltlnir
De-k-, Chlhlreli's Dishes, Toy WnKom, Doll
RtlL-eles, Hobby llor-rs, Fine Sllver-plaied
Ware on Nifkul rillver. Flno Table-knives,
KnapUln Rlnx, China Vases, an , a (,'nod so.
leetlmi or Chenp .leweliy. Alo tine
Call Hell. Pictures and Plcluro Vrnmen, and
many "'her articles too numerous V nu n
Ion. All are Invited to call. No. 151 Com
nierclnl arenuo, between Ninth nnd Tenth