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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 18, 1881.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Ottlr: Hullftin Bulldlnc, Washington Avenu
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SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
NoUn-ln tliia column, tl vn ri'iiiH 'T line, each
InciTimu. For one month. 5i' inlM pL-r liin-.
Reduced Hales to Washington.
For Inaugural ion Oreinonii's; tlic Illi
nois Central Railroad will sull tickets,
Cairn to Washington and return, for ijwl.OO.
Tickets pjod to retiiin on until Match
10th. Tliis Lino runs two daily trains,
milking direct connections, anl iiriiviny in
Washington us quick as any other route.
Pullman's Palace Sleeping Cars through
from Cairo to Cincinnati without change.
.1. H. Joni-.s, James Johnson,
Ticket Agent, Cairo. icn 1 Agent1
Caiko, Pel). l."ith, 11.
This is to warn all saloon and grocery
keepers against selling my hiislmn.l, P. II.
Corcoran, any intoxicating liquors.
I will not iu p'spunsiMii for anv of his
nets or deeds, 11S he has forsaken his family
ninl iriven himself Uli to drink.
Mus. P. II. Com ouan.
Tlicy have Conic.
The fust invoice of Spring Hoods arrived
yesterday, and will he followed ly the.
largest stock of Hints and Shoes brought to
the city. Call and examine, and he con
vinced. Tii k City Shoe Stoke.
1-10 Commercial avenue.
Day School lor Hoys and UirU.
Night school for persons engaged during
thu day, and lessons in Latin, (jermaii,
French, music, hook-keepiu and penn
mansliip, by Prof, and Madame Floyd,
Walnut st. between Twelfth and Thirteenth
New l.illianl Saloon.
Mr. Joseph Steagala has taken possession
of the building formerly occupied by Mr.
Dan'l Ilartman, on the corner of Sixth
Btr-jet and Commercial avenue, and has
established therein a billiard saloon and
restaurant. He has repaired the building
internally, making changes in the arrange
ment to accommodate his views and furn
ished it with every comfort that could be
wished for in a first-class establishment,
he has spaired no pains to make his place
one ot the most attractive resorts in the city,
and invites all to come and see him.
Oysters! Fish! (iuiue!
Fresh oyster, line and fat, for sale, by the
can or by "the hundred! Hulk oysters re
ceived daily from Mobile, and Ualtimore
oysters receive"! in cans, direct lrom the
packers, by every express. Fish of all
kinds constantly on hand and always fresh.
The "Hed Snapper," the king among tish
and the delight of epicures, fresh from the
gulf. Send your orders to the headquarters
for oysters ami fish, corner ohm Levee and
Eighth street. Roiiekt Hewitt, Ag't.
At hit Fitzgerald's.
The oldest and purest imported brandies,
porter and oilier wines may be enjoyed at
the elegant sample and billiard rooms of
Mr. Pat, FitGerald, at the comer of Four
teenth and Commercial; and horses fat and
licet, with every 'variety of vehicles
from a bu?s down to u
sulky, all in a first-class condition, us well
as saddles and riding reulia, may be hail
at the most reasonable ligureson a moment's
uotice at his "Horse Manson". His placeof
nusinos is in connection with the telephone
bud all orders received thereby will receive
Wood and Coal,
A full supply ol Indiana coal, as good in
Piltslmrg. jut received lrom the mines and
for sale at f 1 Ofl T ton deliveled. I will
always have on hand a stock of this cele
brated coal; also daily shipments of wood
is received and kept constantly on band,
for sale. Apply, at the C.iV, V. R. H. yards,
F. M. Waui.
Closing Out, Hunts' and Shoes.
Haying a very biigS stock of winter
goods on hand consisting of (.cuts', Ladi"s'
and Childrens' Hewed and pegged Hoots and
Shoes, I have determined to close it out at
prices that defy competition, in order to
make room for an immense stock of spring
goods which will begin .o arrive soon. If
in want of anything in my line I would ad
vise you to call on me before purchasing
elsewhere, as I will assure you good bar
gains. I invite all to call and see for
themselves. C. Kocil.
No. tit) Commercial avenue between Fifth
nnd Sixth streets. Cairo Ills.
Bui'Men's Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulsers, suit rheum, lever sores,
etter, chapped hands, cIiiIimVuib, corns, and
til kinds of skin eruptions. This salve is
' guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in
every case or money refunded. Trice, B5
cents per box. For salt) by (Jko. K. O'IUiia
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Nollcea in thi'p"' column, ten ttul" per line,
each Insertion, aurhim-
The grand jury tound two more indict
Meerschaum pipes and cigar-holders, a
large stock at F. Korsineycr's. "
There was a prayer meeting at the
Methodist church on the corner of Kighth
and Walnut streets last niijht.
Get your Stencil linmds at si Ohio
A number of people who went to see
the performance oi' Uncle Tom's Cabin at
the atheneum could not gain admittance,
every, seat being taken, and had to return
Mounted and varnished maps of Cairo,
for sale, at Tiik P.ui.i.ktin office.
Mr. Nicholas Cornelius, for some time
head miller in the flouring mills of Messrs.
Galiglier itSon, has resigned his position
and will take up his residence in St. Louis,
Meerschaum pipes and cigar-holders,
a large stock at F. Korsineycr's.
The Cairo City Street Railway Com
pany's committee will probably meet to
night, to determine upon the next step to
bo done toward a speedy construction of
Check books, nceipt books, order
books, etc., made to order on short notice
at TlIK IJlII.LKTIN office.
The Woman's Christian Temporal). :e
union met at the Reform hall yesterday
afternoon. A good crowd was present, but
we did not learn whether imporlant busi
ness was transacted or not.
The steamers Ilalliday and City of
Helena, which started, heavily laden,
from this port some days ago for
St. Louis got safely through the ice, arriv
ing at their destination on Wednesday.
llotli ends of Eighth street, between
the avenues, have been temporarily re
paired with stone, and now it is at least
passable, for which Mr. Gorman will be
kindly remembered by draymen and team
sters. On next Sunday two more military
organizations-the Boston Lancers and the
Charlestown guards, will arrive here from
Chicago enroutc for New Orleans to take
part in the Mardi Gras parade there on
the first of March.
The Young People's Temperance asso
ciation will meet at the Keform hall, on
Tenth street, next Monday night. They
have an unusually good programme pro
pped for the occasion, which we consider
a good reason why everybody should be
The many Cairo friends of Mr. E.
Krauth, lor a long time in the employ of
Messrs. Harclay Brothers, in their prescrip
tion drug store, but now of Anderson,
Ind., will congratulate him upon
the appearance in his family of a fine sou.
Colonel Robert A. Lowery will arrive
here from Kansas some time during the
first week in March, and take an active
part in reviving the temperance cause in
this city. The colonel as is well known, is
a good speaker ami will not work in vain.
House bill number twenty-two,
which provides for an additional term of
th'i circuit court in Alexander county and
which was introduced by the republican
member of this city, lion. Harmon H.
Black, passed the house on Tuesday with
The list of presents for the Uobinson
Schutter wedding published in yesterday's
issue was not quite complete, in spile of
the fact that we used particular pains to
make it so. But we will make up for this
error by giving place to nil those tint
were not mentioned, in a future issue.
The American Express Company has
a new delivery wagon which arrived from
Chicago some days ago and was put to use
yesterday for the first time. It is a much
larger ami heavier wagon than the old one.
nnd is handsomely painted, the bed being
blue and the running gear a bright red.
We acknowledge, with thanks, the re
ceipt ot some of the wedding cake of Mr.
and Mrs. Harvey Uobinson and we ac
knowledge also that it surpassed anything
of the kind wo have ever had the pleasure
of tasting. Mr. and Mrs. Robinson left
yesterday morning for Memphis their future
The gravel, which has been lying in
heaps along Ohio levee for so long, an
obstruction to all vehicles and an eye sore
to everybody, is being used little liy little,
to improve the approaches to the crossings
over the Illinois Central tracks. It is real
ly grutilying to see so much good sense
and regard for the sufferings of both man
and beast displayed by those who urn lin
ing this good work.
A destructive- lire occured in Carbon
dale yesterday, in which several frame
buildings were burnt to the ground.
Persons who passed by there on the train,
at the time the fire was raging, state that
not less than three buildings were in
flamus at that time (early in tlio morning)
o 11 Seemed to be fltir.-ttili.il rnnidlv
No reliable particulars had reached here
"P to t Into hour lal nij-ht.
-To-night the renowned actor ami elo
cutionist, Stuart Uors, ,,,,,. V1,mll tm
stage of the atheneum, lim will t,lljdrjfy
his audience with his wonderful talent.
The fact that tho entertainment will be one
of the finest ever witnessed by any audience
is of itself a suflicientground for expecting
crowded house, but tho additional fact that
the entertainment is given for tho benefit
of the Cairo Public Library should, am
doubtless will, cause the people to turnout
as they never did before. Let there be
Statistics compiled by tho national
board of health show that for the year end
ing November 1, 1880, the more important
cities of the world rank as follows in com
parative healthtulncss. Tho death-rate
shows the number of deaths to each 1,000
persons during the year:
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The increase by states of the negro pop
ulation in this country from 1 870 to 1880,
is shown by the following statement:
Aliihimui t',T Mil win III
ArUin.haH 1-,-J M.'.l in. ti-i-i
IMawflri! t!H '.''I r
(i or-in Mr. Ui 711 fir.l
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Mnrvlnml 17.') :i!H !" S
M iHlSHl 111)1 HI -HI ''-'
.Minn, liri UK 071 1 C, ' I'i
Nnrlh CnroliiiB Ml Ml '-!! '"'i
Si, Nil, ('imilinu US HI I (ill I .1.',
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Vir-liiln .Mi S'l Ifll 7.VI
Went Virginia IT!'
The total number ol blacks in these states
was 4,2-1,003 in 1870 and 5,(i-lo,K0 1 in
1880. This shows during these ten years
tin enormous increase of 1,401,888, or more
than :j:i per cent. Adding Texas, and the
colored population of the south now ex
ceeds six millions. In the north the blacks
number half a million.
A special session of the circuit court
was called and cenvened at seven o'clock,
yesterday evening, in order to examine a
number of men who had been subptenaed
by bailiffs duliiiL' the afternoon for the
jury in the Whitcamp case
Six jurors had been selected on Wednesday
but of these one was discharged yesterday,
and during the day, although a great num
her of men were examined, only one was
found, so that at supper time yesterday
evening, the former number (six) was again
full. Alter seven o'clock only one more
was obtained, making the number seven.
The names of these seven are: Mathew
Homes, Sandusky ; Jacob Christian, Thebes;
J. M. Edwards, Hodges Park; Win
Holmes, Sandusky; John W. Martin, Goose
Island; W. II. Gilmorc, Cairo; Emanuel
Holmes, Hodges Park.
The Dubuque (Iowa) excursion train
of which we spoke in a former issue, ar
rived here on Wcdm sday, at 12:40 p. in.,
having left Dubuque at eight o'clock cm the
morning of the fifteenth instant. A special
train of three sleepers, two coaches and one
baggage car left East Cairo for New Or
leans, with the excursionists on board, at
1 : 10 o'clock Wednesday and arrived at
New CNicans at 11 :!i."i yesterday morning,
making the run from East Cairo to New Or
leans in twenty-two hours and five minutes.
But this includes a delay of over two hours,
causnl v fating dinner at one point find a
blockade at another, so that the actual run
ning time of the train was less than twenty
lours, or twenty-seven and a half miles per
hour. But this does not yet include the
time occupied in stopping at regular
stations, which, if done, would bring the
actual rate of speed close' up to thirty miles
The following resolution was intro
need in the Illinois legislature by Mr.
Ol win and referred to the committee on
revenue: "Whereas the entire payment
of taxes at one time has become onerous to
large classes o law abiding citizens of this
state; and Whereas, It is the part of true
stnte-nieiishi) to alliviate such burthen
whenever it can be done. Therefore, he it
Resolved, that, the committee on revenue
of this house be instructed to consider the
possibility of so amending the present
revenue law as to make one half of all taxes
payable during what may seem to that
committee the most eligible months for that
purpose ol the first and last half of each
year, and, if in their judgment such change
seems practicable, to report early a bill em
bodying such provisions to the house." An
act passed in accordance with this resolu
tion would be hailed with pleasure by all
w hose taxes are of any amount.
Some weeks ago, on the morning of
the sveond instant, Tun Bi'i.i.ctin pub
lished for the information ol the public, thu
following item of important news: ''To
day is ground hog day when, according to
thu old saw, that animal leaves his hole to
see ifhe casts a shadow, awl if so, crawls
back into his hole again to avoid the wintry
blasts which are sure to come." We con
gratulated ourself upon the beauty nnd the
profoundness of thought displayed in this
paragraph and upon the clearness with
which we had set it forth;
but as will be apparent from the following
extracts from the Illinois press. We are
shocked ot the brnzeiiness of some peoplo
who can not even iiinlerstund mediocre
reasoning, much less discover or appreciato
the grandeur ohm inspired thought, but
who presume to teach tho pub
lie thri.u;h tho medium of the press.
Hut hero are tho extracts an If tho reader
i unablu t discover even a spark of the
original sublimity of tho subject s it ap
pears in the above quotation from The
Bi'LiiETis it is not ho wondered at, for the
distortion is simply horrible: "If the
ground hog comes out and sees his shadow
l'e returns to his den and sleeps for six
weeks. If the shadow comes out and sees
the ground hog it sleeps to his den and
retires for six weeks. If tho den conic
out and shadows the sleep it sees the
ground hog for six weeks. If thu slee
comes out and returns the den he grounds
tho hog for six weeks. It the hog sees the
ground come out and shadow tho sleep he
leturns the ilen for six weeks. If the ground
sleeps out and comes the hog on the shadow
the den returns for six weeks. If the dci
returns the sleep the shadow hogs thu
ground fornix weeks."
-Mr. J. Hale Green, of 182 Dearhor
street, Cl'icago, Illinois, representing the
New York Weekly Graphic, called on us
yesterday and unfolded to us the object ol
his visit in this city. Tho paper he repre
sents is a large one, has a national rfputii
tion and a circulation that will compan
favorably with any in the union and it costs
only two dollars and a half per year. Mr
Green will call upon ourcitizens during his
stay here and endeavor to obtain as many
subscribers t his paper as possible, and b
promises that, if ho succeeds in getting (if
ty subscribers he will write up a lengthy
account of the city, giving full weight to
all its many advantages as regards natural
location, health, society and its commerce
He will also take views of public and otln
line buildings together with general views
of different portions of it. It seems tons
that this is a ran; opportunity ol giving the
outside world a correct idea of Cairo's true
character and should meet with favor by
all w ho have the city's welfare at heart,
-A telegram received by County Clerk
lliiinni, from Dr. II. Wardner, at Anna
yesterday afternoon, slates that E. (J.
Hobby, an inmate of the asylum, died dav
before yesterday. Mr. Hobby was, be
fore he became insane, a miller in tho em
ploy of Messrs. Charles Galigher & Son,
(it that time only Charles Galigher, we
believe) and a Very good man in every way
lie hail purchased a couple of lots nearly
opposite the high school and built thereon
two-story frame house, furnished
it handsomely and was living there with
his w ife in a state of almost perfect hap
piness and in easy circumstances when his
reason began to lail and he became hope
lessly insane-a terrible fate for anyone,
but the more so in his case because of the
consequences which followed. He was sent
to the asylum at Anna and his wife remain
ed here, but not long. Overcome by the
shock of the sudden change in her dream
of happiness and constant grieving over the
los she had sustained, she too, lost her
reason. She occupied the handsomely
furnished house alone now and everything
in it mocked her. At least she seemed to
think so, lor with axe in hand, she demol
ished all the furniture, tore up the car
pets and, together with curtains, bedding
and clothing, burned them in the yard.
She broke the windows and doors and
chopped up the floor in the house, often to
the amusement of the children of the high
school and othcii who understood not the
poor creature's irresponsible condition.
Some time ago she followed
her husband to the asylum
md it isi.robablc- nerhans it is well to hone
that she will boqh follow him a step
further into that region where, it is gene
rally believedt there is no exciting one's
highest hones of future bliss and then
Tuclly dashing them to the lowest depths
Ci.icau head and voice, easy breathing,
sweet breath, peifect smell, taste ami hear
ing, no cough, no distress. These are eon-
itions brought about in Catarrh by the use
of Sanford's I Judical Cure. Complete
treatment for $1.
Patrick ( onley, Frank Hoyden and
Michael Murphy, who were suspected of
having stolen one keg of apple brandy,
allied at thirty dollars and one keg of
wine, valued at thirty dollars, from Mr.
'harles Plill'erling and kept in the city
jail for several days to await further
levelopeineiits, were tried by Squire Com
ings day before yesterday and discharged
upon the plea ol not guilty, there being no
vidence against them.
.II.IXiK OI.MsTKDS COt'UT.
One drunk and one disorderly were
brought before Judge Olmsted yesterday,
either one ol which brought his honor any
res. They were provcrty stricken wretches.
John Beneu was also tried upon tho
Imrgo of disorderly conduct, found guilty
and lined five dollars, which he paid and
went on lint way a poorer but more cx-
George Beoler and J. J. Smecker wero
brought before Ins honor Wednesday
afternoon, the former charged with va
grancy ami tho latter with disorderly cun-
luct; they were both discharged for sufli-
Drunkenness was tho charge preferred
against ThomaH Cosgrovo by tho stern
officers of the law and , upon examining the
evidence in tho case, Judge Olmsted found
tho charge well sustained and fined Thomns
ono dollar and costs, but gave him a Btay
of execution ol which ho availed himself
with tho greatest alacrity.
No onk would willingly disturb tho com
fort of a public gathering by constant
coughing; but wo feel that it is tho proper
thing to call tho attention of thoHO alllieted
with coughs and colds to Dr. Hull's Cough
Syrup which always cures. Pnco 25 eta.
Mr. M. (iuinante, of Metropolis, Illinois
was ut the Planters house yesterday.
Mr. J. Steele, of St. Louis, was in Cairo
yesterday, s'opping at the Planters house
Mr. E. E. Fllis returned from
lengthy visit to St. Louis Wednesday
Mrs. Uev. Joel S. Bingham, of Iowa, is
in the city, visiting her brother, Mr. 1J. p,
Mr. Matt Sprone, of Sparta, Illinois, was
in the city yesterday, stopping at the Hotel
Mr. T. A. Palmer, traveling agent for the
St. Loins, Wabash and Pacific railroad
was in the city yesterday.
Messrs. Phillip Burns and U.S. Marsh
of the Illinois Central railroad, arrived in
the city yesterday and took quarters at the
Messrs. J. M. Sawyer, of Dixon Spring
III.;.!. Wheeler, ot Waterloo, 111.; W. It
Uuck, of Carbondale, III., and Thonn
Hails, of Centralia, III., were guests of the
Planters house yesterday.
Mr. Ike Ostrander, who has been suffer
ingfrom a severe attack ol bronchitis, was
out again fur the first time day before yes
terday. He has not yet quite recovere
lrom tlie injuries lie received in falling out
of a buggy some months ngo.
Rev. F. P. Davenport left this morning
for his home, Tullahi-.ina Tennessee. It was
Imped that he would remain over Sunday
and conduct services in the church of the
Redeemer, but there was no one to take
charge nf his congregation at home during
his absence nnd so he could not comply
with the earnest solicitations ot members
of the church here, which is to be regretted
The Paducah Daily News of Wednesday
says that ''Mr. Ernest Pcttit, a very prnm
inent young business man of Cairo, is in
the city on a brief visit to relatives. He is
well known in this city and has many
friends who will meet him with pleasure."
The way, the newspapers do play ball witl;
our alderman, is as surprising as it is enter
taining. Mr. IVttit does not know that he
has been in paducah f-r months, yet, within
the last few days, he has been constantly
engaged in making double quick time be
tween here and that distracted town.
THE Kyi' ITAELE LIFE ASSURANCE
We publish today the twenty-first an
nual report of the Equitable Life Assur
ance Society. The report shows that this
society had, on the 31st of December, 1S0,
f ll,ono(Mio of assets and a surplus of $'J,-
000,000. The increase in assets during the
year was three and three-quarter million
lollars, and in surplus one and three
puarter million dollars. The new business
of the society was increased f8,G00,(HH)
luring the year, amounting in all to over
fl.j,00i 1,000. In income was $8,700,000,
and the payments under its policies 1 1,-
800.000. We commend this report to all
sceptics who talk about life insurance as
being on the wane, or who rre-
cn'i to oeiievc that iiie insurance
lies not insure. S- f ir as the experience
ot this Society is concerned, no business is
more healthy and prosperous, and none
answers the purpose fur which it was es-
established more titlv than the business of
ife insurance. Its inconte-table policies,
payable without delay as soon as they fall
luc, an 1 its "Tontine Saving's Fund'' sys
tem, reducing the cost to a very small
amount at the tune, when the nolicv
oiler's labors become unproductive to
himself, are features in the business of the
Equitable Society which readily explain its
popularity. They recognize the truth that
life insuranance is a beneficent institution
which must furnish trustworthy insurance,
free from technicalities and at fair rates.
ONK TALENT WELL I'SKD
i 'oinnin.'ii' uleil j.
One talent, well cultivated, deepened
and enlarged, is worth a hundred shallow
faculties. The first law of success at this
lay, when so many matters are clamoring
for attention, is concentration; to bend all
the energies to one point, looking neither
to the right nor left.
It has been justly said that a great deal
f the w isdom of a man in this century is
shown in leaving things unknown; and a
rent deal of their practical sense in leav
ing things undone. The day of universal
scholars are past. "Life is short and urt is
long." The range of human knowledge
has increased so enormously that no brain
can grapple w ith it, and the man who can
grapple with it, and the man who would
know ono thing well must have the courage
to bo ignorant of a thousand things, however
attractive or inviting.
As with tho knowledge, so with work.
Tho man who would get along must single
out his specialty, and into that must pour
tho whole stream of his activity all the
energies of his hand, eye, tongue, heart and
Rroad culture, many sidedness aro
beautiful things to contemplate; but it is
tho narrow-edgu man, the men of single
and intense purpose, who steel their souls
against all things else, who accomplish the
hard things of tho world, and who are
everywhere in demaud when hard work is
to be done.
PAHKNTH W'llO allow tll'";1.
grow up with scrofulous humoij bursting
from every poro aro guilty a great
wrong. Think of them P'nt'1
branded witl. a loathso.no .Use mo, am you
will readily procure thom tho Cuticura
0 OR RENT Rooma, furnlHln-d ui- unfiiruUbed,
- with or without hoard, ut remnjusblu ratn.
Apply st Hulletlu bulldluij,
1 ftA ACRE FARM FOR HALF. ON KAHY
1U Vi'i-ruis. Tli ltid In Hlliinti(l luiir inlk-N
went of Iivdui-i I'ark, 45 cru In niltlvntluti. For
imrtlculsri apply to Wit. llol.IiKN.
STREET UliJIT WnCK.-Nollru I lnn,y
iflven Hint tho rlty l!l ll'lil only imi. Ii lump
k lire IochU'iI under thu dire'-tlmi of llin mm.
Mill nn KtriM-tK. (Nee. -.' I, I Impler Ii, Ki vin-il
llrillniiiiren ) Application iniifl In- tiled w --Tit tho
ei'y clc-rk. liy order of f lie cuminlM--.! nn ntn-i-tn.
yoR SAI.H OR KX HAN'i K FUR .CAIRO
i" property. A ond liirni of 'JI'iikivh. Ml iinili-r
lultlvmlun, halKlini In llmlivr; s"oi1ii nliont 1.1
nilli-a from Kvnvilli'. Ind . :i iii Ii-h from New
iiir. ono nillu from Ohio River. 'I ten- arc iliri o
lioin-i-8 on thu rim. ntnbii-1, i In o.-elittnlti ami
plenty of tfocd water. 'I In- Ni uhuri! nil vela
runa lieiieuili thU r:,fm. For H-rin-. iluily to
at Alexander Co, Uni k
AM l.'SF ME NT
AT II EN KUM
CAIKO AM ATKl'U PUAIIATIO
Irish Minstrel Company
will appi-iir on
Tuesday, Febi-im it ,'!.' 1.
Iiitrudui liii: tin l,r nl ltili llrunri, of th'i
F.ir the liriii llt uf Si-!-t 'if I. or- : M Ai vlctnv.
Kc-tTTi-d Si-Ni now fur i
I),io- oprn nt T:7l oY'oi k
vi - in' r-til.
A I' HAKI M IN S.
-A.T U KX K U M
Friday Evening. February I'!.
TIIK "ACTOK OF TIIK IT.ATI'OI'.M.''
For the licm flt of t(
No -xtrii rhri; for keaervi-J Scat.. Ti. k.-t. pro-
( urH at llarlmnii . '
' ' V-AT-
Sclieels' II all,
Tuesday Evening Felu y '11.
For dale at llnrtmm'" at!'! at On- do-ir. No 1 m -
pr-iycr I'harai.turii vn,i U- adin;t:i d.
Ji'HN" M IIKKI.S.
BOOTS ANU MIOES
Atlic ileum IlnildiiigCoiiii:i(i'( ml A v.
I',! only tin- vi-rr Hi nt Imiiortt il Mm k and i-m-
I'oya the tnoet rmnpi t't.t workman.
RICES REAsONAIlLE at.d refaction
AN!) 10 CENT STORE
THE T AND 10 ( EXT -STOKE
On Eighth StriTt Ii n rctnor-'il to Coniini-r'-lAl Ave-
tun.-, lii-iHi-i'ii Ninth ami h-n li -n-i.t.
Wc arr n-liiiijj our cto. k of
ueens ware, (ilassware and
1 in ware
n lit) w co s t,
I'll acu Klvc imc a call mid will cn'f- yim .
STOVES AND TINWARE.
A Mi SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES,
Manufacturer ot and Dcnlcr in
IN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARE
A LI, KINDS OK JOH WORK 10NK TO ORDER.
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
Cairo. - Illinois
NEW YOHK STORE,
WIIOELSALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLI) VERY CLOSE
O. O. PAT1EU Sc CO.,
Cor, Ninotoi'Mh atroot 1 fin I'M 111
ComuiurclalAvuuuM villi Uj 111.