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LOCAL WlATMEft KEP01T.
U. 8. 810. 8M.,0Btnvx'i OFFICE. 1
C'ADIO, Fsb. 14, 1873, 10: It p.m. )
HwMMWr 90 to tad rising.
TfcamoasUr M degrees.
wuii noruaSMt, reioclty 0 miles per
ttaxuaua temperature Uit 21 hours, at
-'J p. a., deems.
MltdMB. temperature, lit H hours, t
u a. an., 77 decreet.
PrtraUlsff wlad lart 34 hourt. northeast
ToUl luabtr of aatlet wind travelled, lut
21 noun, us.
Thomas L. Watson, Observer.
The snow has all disappeared.
1.1101 stock of dry goods at C. Hanny's.
D. D. Turney it to favor Cairo Willi anotu
The rite in the riven bat made stesu
Mcllale's mud-scraping fans did excellent
service on our street crossings yesterday.
Bents In Cairo are advancing, and dwcl
lings and Mislncst houiet are in demand.
Laboe stock of bleached inusllu and sheet
logs at C. Hanny's.
Wanted to Rext.-A furnished house.
Addrett L., box 305. 2-7tf.
Mr. Jacob Ullman, recently "burned out''
In Murphyaboro, intends to remove to
Contlderable real estate ha' ebangod hands
mthiaclty within the past few davt, at good
The commission inercheuts have been do
ing an unusually good business during the
The Ohio it rising fast, and our merchants
are all pleased at the prospect oi au early
opportunity to ship freight.
Wanted. A Whito girl to do 'general
bout work Ins small family. Address box
73P. O. 3
Hamdsomb lino of dress goods at 15 ctt
at C. Hanny's.
For Sale. My entire stock of groceries,
saddles, harness and farming implement, at
wholesale or retail. D. Arter.
HN, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1B73
Dr. A. Lewis, chiropodist, extracts corn,
buniont and Ingrown nail without pain or
loss of blood. Hoom No. 17, Delmonlco
Fob Sam. The cottage now standing on
lot 9 block 49, near corner Washington arc
nue and Tenth street. Knqulre at thit cities.
The finest lettering we have teen in this
city orany where else, is on Harry Walkout
show-window. It was exscuted by quite a
young man in the employ of II. Able,
Wahtbd-To rent a furnished room, by
a couple of gentlemen, with or without
board. Address H. S. M. Bullktin office.
Large stock or curtains and damask's a
Halt I Masqueraders 1 M auilitrifli
costumes, and falso face-maikt-for sale or
aire aunng the season at John Schecl's
hal1' t JanlMm
The Turners' masquerade ball will be held
at the St. Charles hotel. Instead of John
Schecl's hail at stated heretefore. Persons
holding tickets will govern themselves ac
Our wharfs, elovaton, warehouses and
wharfboats, are all overstocked with lreight,
which has accumulated here waiting ship
ment south. As a good steambcatlng sea
son has set in, it is expected that large
Urge quantities ot ItwiUnow bt tent on to
Lanox stock of wool blankcti at down
price at C. Hanny's.
rider Haines' subjects for Saturday night
and Sunday morning and night arol as fol
lows: Saturday nlght-"How dull we
know when we arc- la Chrlsti" Suudav. at
11 o'clock-"Th planting of the came of
juruuanity in Samaria by Phillip." Sunday
night "What must I do to be saved." Al
On a recent trip through the interior ol the
Western states we were surprised totlnd the
groat demand there Is for Parker's Com
pound Fluid Extract Bucnu. At places re
mote from rail or river it is found to meet
with a ready tale. The amount of kidney
disease in a farming community Is great, and
tbo farmers have found that no medicine Is
no suited to their various wants, or gives
.ucb prompt relief as thit valuable medicine.
Sold by all druggists.
Some three or four years ago, some of our
citizens gave their individual notes for dir.
lerent sums to aid in bulldln? the. c.im ....i
Vincennes railroad. A. M. Mitchell of liar-
ritburg, Illinois, was yesterday about the
city, calling on those of our eltiaent who
had subscribed to the road, and asking them
to pay over the amounts they owed to the
road. He was unsuccessful, however, as
every on he applied to, except in one iu
stance, refused to liquidate the claim.
Trof . Denton's lecture list night was at
tended by a larger audience than ever, ills
ditcourse wat a splendid one, and a good
lesson to every parent and child who heard
It. It wis really to be regreted that net ev.
ery parent In the city could have been there
and heard kirn in his lecture, explain how
children should be corrected. The profess
or won golden laurels in his effort lut night,
and never was hit audience to well pleaded
with hit subject.
SALOON-KEKl'KltS TAKE NOTICE.
Notice U hereby glren to all salooa-ktep-era
not to give my hutband, A. ZerSlan, any
liquor, either ioreash or ou credit, as I will
prosecute any saleon-keeper so doing, under
tbe;new liquor law. Mrs. A. ZEituiAN,
The managen of the Casino masquerade
have perfected arrangement with Mr. Kurtb,
who furnishes the costume ou the occasion
el the Cotorie dab's ball to-night, to re
wain over until Tuesday, In order to enable
parties desiring costumes for the Casino
ssusaqutradc an opportunity to aelcct their
fortunes from his ;well selected (assortment.
HI laws 1 next door to Mr. Hy slop's, ever
tbt) UUgrspb Met. Mt-Jt.
We rcjtJt very much to learn that Ilev.
Edwin Coan, rector of the Churn of ttio
Redeemer of this city, for three yean, has
received tad accepted a call from Trinity
church', comer or Washington avenue- and
Eleventh street, at. Louts, Missouri, Mr,
Coan's resignation of thl parish will tako
effect the second Sunday in Lent, Immedi
ately after which he will rcmovo to his now
home and work . No minister of the go p el
bet ever bad a residence in thit city who en
deared himself more to the people of Cairo
than Mr. Coan, and we doubt whether any
man hat been more faithful in hit Held of
labor. Constant In season and out of season,
he has been dovoted to hit trust. The church
hat grows and strengthened, and the -prev
ent prosperous condition of the parish It at
tributable mainly to his labors. Again, and
again, has he received flattering calls, but,
until now he has not felt that Justice to his
people would allow him to resign his charge,
VYherevcr his lot may be east, ho will have
the bett withes of the people of our city, ro
gardlett of creeds or tecU, for hit prosperi
ty and; happiness. We learu thatllithop
Whltehonte will visit the parish bolore Mr.
Coan leaves. Cairo Sun.
UandsoMK line of Cashmeres at C. Han
J ATTENTION, Silt KMUiiTS!
A lly order of the eminent conunnn
dcr, a special coiclavo of Cairo Com
mandcry, IT. T. No. 13 will be
held at tho asylum) this (Saturday) eve
ning, for the purpose of rehearsing the
work lu the Black Crou degree. The regu
lar conclave will be held at the asylum on
Monday evening, February 17, 18TU. Work
In Dlack Cross degree. Visiting Sir Kulghts
courteously Invited to attend.
Jas. A. 1'im.i.ts, Ilccordcr.
A farm'of 80 acres, in Johsnon county, Il
linois, 0 miles west of Vienna near tho Don-
gola road, two log homes, Miioko houie and
stable, cistern ami plenty of stock water.
Thirty acres in cultivation and fine orchard
of selected fruit. Flity acres of good tlm
ber, Can be bought for 9S00, If application
be made in 10 days, tho timber and orchard
are worth the money. C. Ackkrma.v.
2-12 3t Vicnna.JIUuoU
The entire household and kltrlirn furnl.
Uiro at the residence of J. II. Mulkey, on
Ninth street, between Washington avenuo
and Walnut street, on Monday. February
17, at 10 o'clock, consisting ol bedsteads,
warbrobet, bedding, chairs, sofas, mirrors,
carpets, stoves, crockery, plates, knives and
forkt. Also one fine Wheeler & Wilson sew
ing machine, nearly new. Sale positive and
Without reserve. 2-H-3t.
A GRAND TURTLE SOUP LUNCH.
A grand turtle soup lunch Is set every
night at the European hotel and restaurant.
This house has Just been opened by Mr.
Harry Walker, who is now prepared to ac
commodate any number of boarder?. Mr.
W. has engaged the services of an experi
enced steward and Is prepared to furnish
meals at all hours. Also good board at mod
erate prices. Parties desiring first-class
board should inquire at the hou'e, on Com
mercial avenue, between Seventh and
Eighth streets. 2-H-lw.
A C Rlcktecker, St. Louis; T L Bishop,
Paducah; Wm J Bhoads, St. LoUls; B C
Applegate, Commerce, Missouri; M E Stones,
Nashville; D M Austin, Metropolis; W W
Wilson, Qrcensbow, North Carolina; G U
DeBaum, Ullln, Illinois; R C Booth, Ironton,
Ohio; Thomaa Crawford, Scotland; John
Cunnlgs, Ulltn; Jno Gaunt, Grand Chain;
J F Vogel, St. Louis; J W. Kyle and eon,
Henderton, Kentueky; Mrs Walsh, Nash-
Title, R W ergstresed,Chsrloston,Mlssouri
OAMarchlldon and C A Spires, Thebc,
AG Hunter, Dyersburg, Tennessee; Dr.
Author Lewis, Louisville; Geo Conrad, St.
St. Charles Hotel
Thursday evening, February 10 "Reve
lations of Goology Regarding Man."
Friday evening "Origin andCuru ot Evil
Saturday evening "Future ot our
Sunday evening That great and Interest
ing lecture "The Scientific Evidence of
Man's Future Existence."
Monday evening "The History ot tho
Tuesday evening '"The Unlveral Relig
ion." Wednesday evening-" What Shull I Do to
Be Saved V
At the close of these lectures, anv mioi.
U0Q1 may be asked by anyone desiring to do
so. We say to the public and iriends that
our only object Is to promulgate truth.
DEXTON LXCTURK COMMITTEE.
ATTENTION. SUriJECTii! PRCPAIir
FOR THE EVENT OF THE
MONDAY NIGHT, FEBRUARY 17.
The managers of tho Cairo Catslno Ual
Masque, extended un Invitation
to Momut, King or Carnival, and
havo rcccirsd the uladful tldlnrs
that his royal hlghnens aud suite will post-
lively put In tbelr appearance. Anticipating
that on that occasion a malorltv ol our com.
mualty.wlll be anxious to feast their optic
with a peep at his royal highness, and In or
der to avoid conruslon, and that peace, or
der and good will may rclm tunreme. wo
therefore; make thlx pro uunclamento that
the great dlulng-hall ol tho St. Charles hotel
hat been engaged for the occasion of our
carnival. Parties holding ticket and per
ions being detirout of participating will
tucreiore take notice and govern themselves
By order of the managers. l!-H-3t.
Tho public it hereby Informal tint
house Is entirely freo from tmall.pox or
other contagious disease. It hat beeu thor
oughly cleaned and disinfectant! have beeu
freely used, m that no uostible iimP ....
be appreheuded from the contagious disease
wat may uait ueen ou me prrauiet.
THE MASQUERADE LAST NIGHT.
The Hal Masque or the Coterie club t the
St. C harlet last night was a tucccst In every
tense of the word. Over one hundred
couple were In attendance, and In coitumet',
some or which were rich and tasty. At 12
o'clock the inasqueradcn threw off their
dlsgulics and proceeded to the dining hall
which was arranged to scat twen-ty-flvo
couple at a time. The tuppar-tablos
were well patronized and after all had
got through with the good things fu.nlab.etl
by Mr. Rcxford, dancing commenced and
was kept up until the ''wee sma" hours.
The music was furnished by Elscnbcrg's
cehbratcd string band, and could not be mr
ptMJd. Every one prcsont enjoyed them
elyes to their hearts content, and went away
fully satisfied that Cairo can give successful
masqtieralcs ns well as larger cities. Par
ties from St. Lonl, Madhon, lnd., and De
troit, Michigan, were there, and they pro
nounced It as a grand miccci.
To-morrow wo shall give a full list of co
tnmc, and by whom worn, publishing allthc
names of thove who wore costume!). Extra
copies ot The Uvixxrts, containing the re
port, can bo had by calling at this office.
THE BALLARD COUNTY BRIDGE.
This morulng, Mr. Jas. P. Irnlnor Ballatd
county, Kentueky, accompanied by someone
of our well known citizens, will call on our
public spirited men of bulness, in behalf
of this bridge, llallnrd county is divided
byMayfleld creek In'o North and South
Ballard. This stream, llko all others cours
ing through the oluvla or the Mississippi,
lias steep banks occasioning tho wont or
crossings, anil has In a great measure cut oir
South Ballard from Cairo, and throws it up
on Columbus for a market. That section
has at least a population of 7,000 who have
beeu mostly cut oil" from the Cairo trade
by that creek. So much did they feel this
that many tlforts were mado tu l.sm ,
bride across tho creek convenient to Cairo,
all oi Wblcli Jtallcd uutil lately, when the
magistrates voted $1,000 for the
on the credit of the county. Tho ca-h value
or Ibis is but SL',000. The construction
of the bridge was contracted for with M. T.
Hallinan or Pulaski county, llllnol", for
83,130 00. He lias It coiimlutcil ami
for delivery wheu his payment Is com
plctcd ; the balance being $213.
The bridge has a span of 110 feet and au ele
vation of 42 feet, 0 feet above tho highest
water kuowii; tuc wood-wotk 273 feet long
aud the earth-work 176 feet. The citizens o"
Ballard have, in addition to the county ap
propriation, made un bv Drlratn hni..rit.tin.,
the amount lets 248, and the following sub-
soripiions rrom tne citizens or Cairo : The
lerry. company, 8200; 8. S. Taylor, t50; R.
H. Cunningham, 850; 8tratton & Bird, .'J0;
G.D. Williamson, 50; 1. Walder 120; John
Cockle, $5; Jack Winter f3; Uarclav Bros.
$23; White A Gray, ?10; C. Uanny", $5; C.
R. Woodward, $5; P. S. Cunningham, f 2;
Peter Neff, 82 M; A. M. Cuudlll, $1; Cash,
2; W. B. Rockwell, ?5; C. Gallghci, $23;
Goldstluo Jfc Roicnwater, $3; Reed &Mann,
$10; A. B.Sairord,$10; Shelter 50c; Caudee
& Morris, 810; Thomas & Alden, $ 1.
The citizens ol South Ballard feel the part
kindness of Cairo in this matter, aud re
tpcctfully require tuch aid as tho business
men ol thit place may extend. The bridge
Is ot mutual advantage and the sooner it Is
opened lor trasportation the better for all.
Larob stock or brown domestics at C
ADVENTURES. OF MR. ADAMS AMONG
.v wiunu UN UAItltlLb IS A
FO URTU STREET DIVE.'
MRS. O'nRAUGIINESSY FALLS BY THE
COURT IDLERS AND COURT BUSINESS.
Notwithstanding the demand for labor ami
the high waxes nald lor work, a laro rroinl
of idlers assembled in Bross' nollea rnnrf rpi.
terday morning to witness the proceedings
of that court. There were ten caset brought
ocrore mi honor, none of them, however, be.
ing of a seilous nature. A young man
naweu auibh wat arraigned ror assaulting
anu uguting, it appeared that Adams yes-
icruay goi on a general bender and called In
at a Fourth ttreet taloon Oiled with negroes,
soon getting himself involved in a quarrel
with them. The proprietor demanded that
Adamt suouid leave his house instantly,
Which he could not see in that llirht. lllmnlntr
at the nearest man to him. knocked Mm
down, aud then tried the same ou the land-
loru, uut soon found himseir ejected and In
the bauds ol the nolico. Then Mr. AJmns
wanted to light anybody who would take a
square pun al mm, resisting the two sturdy
olllccrs with all his mlL'bt. but .
finally walked off to tho calaboose.
losterday bis honer recognled his race,
although It Was the worst looking fare -a
havo scon formauy a long day and lined him.
v-u anu iuo costs. AUumi can be Inter
viewed from to-day uutll the 10th or March,
during busIuesshoiiM. at some of om- mmi.
dy streot-crosslngs, of Sundays itud at night
uuie, m mo cnyjaii.
The next caso was .7nll n'ti, ,..,.).
on her way from Columbus to Mound City
v uuo passing mrougii tun city.JulIa doubt
less feeling very keeulv the iiHrnittv r.i .
supply or Innor woman, supplied herseir
wau a uotiie oi Jersey lightning. The con
tents ot that bottlo caused .lulu in rn i.
tho wayside somewhoro in the neighbor-
uoou ot xwentieiii street. Only ?5 aud tho
coHs was the couscqueuee yesterday morn
ing, and her appeals to his honor to let her
oil, wero to much ror his hard heurt. Julia
was told 11 she would go to Mound City and
uvverieturii,sheiuightdoo. Of rourseshe
accepted tho conditions, and ns sli n..,i
out or tho door oho icmarked, "but I'll do
all I can sir: your au lllk'ant ln.1!l blr? ninl I
hope you'll be living tho day that you dlo."
jueu came r. jicMahon (uot of the
French army) and Ed. Hacon Tdv r.
proven to have been drunk the night before,
anu cicaieu an awiui uproar. They can
both ho round until Thursday next on the
Henry Atkins, more foitunnin ti,-... .,
great majority orbumiuem, had Just enough
change with him, aud settled his case ou the
spot, pajlug $11 only, for h plain drunk.
"John clsh 1" called tho marshal. ilii-..
I be, jer honor; ugintleniaii, Ivciy Inch ov
inc." "John, you are charged with drunk,
emiess." said tho court. "Are
or not." "Gullty.yer honor, of coorsc." A
una oi ?j mm mo costs is what will causo
John to scraue mud froui'tho iTn...1v,.n .
six long days.
Babtlst Ho Uton. not of tha rivf r
notoriety, but or Yazoo riser. i'nt
drlnkt more than a darker i,r m. ....in ...
could sarely carry about without stumbling
li u toe anu waiting a bow to passers
by. he bowed to tho inanlisi
Bnbtltt lu, aud Judge Brosi decided that he
should pay fO, which wat liquidated without
cautlug any lluauchl crash amoncr nitici.
Peter Atlthom. nil nnn.llbo InAti
lug darkey, and just such a looking being at
Of mnnV!V- in S,A M- . r
carrying baggsgo to the river and charging
for the same wltbont license at required by
ordinance. It was proven that Pete was In
the habit of doing so dally and making quite
a nice tning out of mat sort of buslnofs
Attorney tiro tain. Wt ill. tnntln n
speech defending those who pay a license,
auu arguing mat reto ought to be lined, but
by a technicality of tho ordinance l'.f ...
caped, and went out of court laughing up his
" Fannie Leuls, St-Louls
" Emilia U Elliott, St Louis
" Capitol City, Memphis
' Quickstep, Kvnnsslllu
" Andy Baum, Memphis
" Andy Johnson, St Loui
" Tyrone, Nashville
l' Joo Kinney, New Orleans
Jim FIsk.Jr, Paducah
" Jllinol", Columbus
" Fannie Lewis, Mcmphli
" Euiiiia C Elliott, Memphis
" Capitol City, 81 IiiU
" Quickstep, Kvansvlllo
" Iron Mountain, New Oilcans
Andy Baum, Cincinnati
" John LtiBisdcii, Nashville
" Joo Kinney, ht Louie
" Jim Flsk. Jr, Paducah
" Illinois, Columbus
1110 MUDUY COAL.
Steamboats supplied at any time, both day
nd night with either Lump or Chestnut
Coal, In anyt quaullty an 1 ou usual terms
at the yard nt.Grand Totter, Illinois, i-pt-clal
contract ofl'eied on favorable term-,
If. V. Oi.Yi-n.iNT, Oen. Jsiipt.
I). O. Bokek, Sales Agent.
CONDITION Or THE RIVERS.
The rapid rising of the Ohio has let up
siinewh.it, still, however, It continues ilslng
at a lair rate and the present il.o has caused
the back-water In the Mlssleiippl to extend
nearly to Commerce. Scvon feet water ie
ported from hero to Commerce, and above
there six lest.
Special dl-patclics to Tim l)l-l.t.KTIN re
port the condition or the Ohio and Missis
sippi rivers at various points.
1IUM.VKSS AND WEATHER.
Business on the levee and among tho ship
ping coulluuts ns good us the scarcity or
tonnage will allow.
The weather was clear aud mild. The
saow has nearly all dlappoared aud mud has
taken Its place.
The Andy Johnson arrived at noon yester
day from the scene of her accident near
Price's landing, aud an examination of
her hull ofter the was pumped out, shows
thatitlsdamatodacreat deal wnr ii.n
was first supposed It.was. The snag strcuk
uer on me uouom near the stem and did
not leave her until it had gone almost tho
entire length of the hull, breaking and har
teilnj every timber lu the bottom or her
hull. With tho excentlon nf i,iM.l,1,. ...
timbers, and strange to say she did not leak
oau enougu w causo tuc water to go more
than 18 Inches over her dunnage In the after
pan oi uer nun, auu tne only freight that
Is any ways damaged Is about 130 barrels or
flour and 100 barrels potatoes. It is cer
tainly wonderful that a boat as badly broken
up as the is, could he kept afloat at all.
She will wait here until the llarrv
comes up, and turn her cargo over to her
aud after patching her hull will return to
St. Louis and be taken out ou the docks lor
The larioard wheel of the Fannie Lewis iu
some way became disabled while coming
down arccnleol's bend, and the ran
aground, and was helped off by the Alice of
ter several hours' detention.
The Oreat Republic has got off Liberty Isl
and it slowly wending her way to this port,
and Is expected here sometimo to-day.
Tho Emma C. Elliott hrouHn'mu t,i
trip for Memphis and added largely here.
The John Lumsden left inr N.iiiviiin
loaded down to the guards with bulk meat
Ctly Natloaal.Bank BufldUss;.
M.Special attontioo paid to orders I rum nous
Doaia nizbt or day
Our Homo Advertisers.
HENRY II. MEYER,
DECORATIVE, SIGN and ORNAMENTAL
GRAINING AND MARBLING
of ovcry Description.
DECORATING AND GILDING
III every stvle. Irintn atM nnmtni.tif i
Particular attention puld to Glass Glldinp
Order tollcltcd fur Scenery, I'rescoo and
FANCY GLASS SHOW UAHDS
Gilt, plain and ornamental. All work In
trU-tl'll Ilk tnv i. nr. will I. a ....
- , , " -' ..... . j.ifuiiM,T at
tended to. Shop in Perry House, corner of
wiumoreiw uvuiiuu aim cignui street.
NEW LIVERY STABLE
IIKTWEEN WABU'N AVENUE AND WALNU1
Dr. H."K, KlelJs Inforraa tne puLlle thut he list
LIVERY .V V A li L E,
on tho northwest aide of Tenth street as nauo
Ills H'ablen still be furnished with none bnt the
AND GOOD VKHIOLE9.
and tho publhi may ho accommodated at ul
hourn of tho day aud night with safe tuums
ou the lowest terms.
Dr. Flelda asks a nhare nfpubllopatronai;o
and will endeavor to merit It by fair dealiue
and strict attontlon to bus) h
' ARTHUR ROYLE, " " "
CONTJIACTOU AND BuiLDKH
Has rcturni'd to Cairo and Is prepared to
ALL KIN Da, OF BUILDINGS.
And especially refers) to his past record In
Cairo us it builder.
Headquarters at R. H. CunulughamV
Commercial avenue. Uekrei.cc. to Rood A
i'auu, 11, U. Cuuulugkau aud John Wood.
Cj. lOCH, '
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
No. 74 Ohio Levee.
Offers the following valuablereales'ate for
tale, which It sclocted from n very lartre Hit
of valuable real estate for sale und lease,
at presenting very favorable terms for In
vestments: A large two story house. In good repair,
together with Slots, on Cioss street, near
school house, a No. 1 bargain.
That fine large house and lot C, block M,
city, on Washington aveiitiebctween Fourth
and Fifth streets.
Al No. 8, block No. C, Ohio L'-vee.
'1 wo splendid high lota ou Walnut street,
next to corner of Klgth street. Very cheap'
VI? '.oU on rcmu ,,rcet' between Walnut
and Cedar streets. Very desirable and will
be sold cheap.
Tliree lota r.ti Pmlni. ..ti
at a bargain.
iiiosoivvnnuo business lots, 15 and 18,
kU'i'ltt'f,0i1.Co"""orcIul "vciiui-, near
cornrr nf Vlhil. sir..., ,:
s and the livery 'stable- or Miles Parker.
tour lots on Twetity.llritiitrec!, near Coin-
and V. railroad. 8"' usi'ul m
. 1 w? ',?!", ." Cp.m,.Dercll avenue, near cor
ner of TliIrti-.tMi-il 1 .un! , ... 11
r - -..vw.. 111 tiv sum
Two good bushiest lots, 7 and S, block If
?...T'".i a'''lgton avemiu and corner ol
Hlteenth street. Directly opposite custom
Lots 0. 10, It and 12 same block and In rear
or last mentioned lots, ou Fifteenth street.
Lots 9 and 10, block ao, city, on Thirteenth
Kt rent, nonp 'mi.inni.li.i n.t .... ...
each. --" '"ce?
A Uuo farm of 150 acres, with good liu
provcnieiiti at (loo.so Island, adjolniiiL' tl.tr
iflrin of f I. f lr..niil.i.. I'w. 7:.n ? r.
in... -...v .., ....,. .ijv puii nun ier-
r.s,B,..'r':"j' iu bono,,,
Hnvnral (mntnf.Hi r..au i-. .
laskl county. r 1 "'
10,000 acres unimproved lands In Alexan
der and Pulaski counties, lu bodies to suit
u'(uAaiT!t ""'""Proved, well timbered
land In Arkansas, near OsccoIj, No. 1 cotton
..ut, . iiivi m an me loregonig pcriect.
F 0 R L V. A H K .
'I'll- Ppl-rt ttmiLI. 'PI. la I Jk
UIous and well situated hou.e will bo leased
t rins yearn ou very advantageous
'i'hojo finely situated re!dctico lots til, ia
aud sa, block 60, city, corner or Ninth and
FOR SALE OR LEASE. Lots In any
part ol the city. l-'rwim
'72. FALL AND WINTER 73
C. HAN NY.
LA ROE STOCK.
KIMTUOKT JIAHS, FJtTHA,
LARGE STOCK OF OARF.STINQ
01 LT DAMDS,
If la Esitlre Htoek
VERY LOW FIGURES.
OORNIS 8TH BT. AND OOUlf EkOIAL-AT.,
WTUV1MS. TIMWAItt, gTJ.
ARE MADE .SOLELY BV THE
EXCELSIOR MAJfP'fi COMPANY
ST. LOUIS, JIO.
Are dolug more niul
Charter BETTER COOKING
Onk lulcktr anil Olirnpi-r
v""l,v Than any Stove eftaiiic cost.
SJl- Low-Priocd, Kelinblo,
w,Uv AND OPERATE PERPEOTIiV
AV11I do your
Charter COOKING CHEAP
JJllv qiJICH AMD CLEAN.
Charier ALWAYS WARRANTED.
SOLD 11 Y
0. Vt HENDERSON,
8-lJ-lin. CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Om Urn " Oairo, 11,1.
1TO. 74 OHIO ri3i,V3B-
Helail and Protcrijitiou
i Curuer Waatilugtoii as
anu i.igaiii street.
Of clismcJi and rabbit sklu,
for weak lungs,
At BARCLAY BROS.
tor a mt: 'ihhoat,
l'rejiaied aud sol J
v BARCLAY BROS
And Dlilureitauts for.Stablu
At BARCLAY BROS.
0 FINE CIGAKS,
L HONEY IIEE"
: "YOtJ.NO AMERICA,
And "Unlverl Stauclai.!."
At BARCLAY BROS.
J. E. LUFKIN,
Wtioleit1e niul Bet nil Uroeer.
lias ou hand al all tlmm Vegetables, Fruit
Butter and Ejfis,l,iril,
lloxiv, Tropical Fruits, Etc., Etc
K3TAII gooils Warranted Kretli, and sold
bi riuau x ruui.
N. R. 1'arcels delivered to any part of the
v.ii iu vuiiuiuers.
WEST S1DB COllMEBCIAL AV., USTWCtM
1 1 1. . , u.i.
iitu a.-.u ioiu aiBcais,
QR0C1BIIS BXTAILCD AT WVOLKSALK
FRICKS FOR CASU.
AT II. 0. THIKLECKE'S STORE
WABHINQIOX ATKMCE. DETWKCX TRHTO
AMD XLKVSNTU STKKKTS.
BC S-s. DRY Cuba Suear fur - . . II U
ttj " " " " V. . . i 00
6J lbs. A coffee Sugar, N. Y. Std. - 1 00
14 rrimo Wo Coffee for - 1 00
i " Choice " - - 1 00
J " Old Oovernmont Java - - 1 OC
Teas and Other atanle and fanov fJrrto...
i iu sjumij aa coosip.
uooas now sua full woiKht Kivon. Call
-And Dealer In
VKll ETABLKS, FRUITS, EGGS.
LARD, FRESH' BUTTKR, LlVJi
AND DKES3KD FoULTRY,
FRESH SALTKD AM)
SMOKED FISH, ETC.
All fjoous Wauuanteu Fkksii
And sold at Hie lowest pilces for cash,
CairKlitlith streot. between Coiiiinnrrlal
anu vvatiiitigion avenues
WM. GLENN,, & SON1S
HEAD qUAHTERS FOR ailOCKRlEH
COFFEE. Rio, Lajjuayra, Java, Slocha.
SUGAR, N. O., Uard'& Soft Refined.
HYKUi'S. New Orleans unci Kasteru.
WE MAKB Sl-KCIALITlUii 01'
70 it 7f IVue SI.
OAIRO AND PADUOAII
'J'tiu splonJia stoamer
Dick Fowlkr, Cait'nlh
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted) at
3 p.iu For liek-ut opassago apply on boat or
to , Jas. Malluky, Ag't,
P. G. Schuh.
MISS M. J. OARSOW
Wishes to call attention fo Iter stock of Toys,
Notions and Fancy Goods and Stuole Artl.
cles consisting of Dolls in great variety,
Ladles' vvoral-ooxet oi uuo quality, svniiuir
Desks, Children's Dishes, Toy Wafons, Doll
BuKirles, Hobby lionet, Fine Silver-plated
Ware on Nickel BUver, Fine Table-kulves,
Knniitlii lllnirB. China Vases, and a irood se
lection of Cheap Jewelry. Alio Cnu
Call Belli, Pictures and Picture Frames, aud
many other articles too numerous to men
Ion. All are Invited to call. No. 166 Com
mercial avenue, betwetn NlitU and Tenth
swots, . Mt-ln.