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TIIK DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, FEMUJAIIY 27, issi.
Tlfi: DAILY BULLETIN.
U iiir: Itiilli'iUi liuilillnu', Wnnlil!iKUm Avcnim
RSTKKICI) AT TIIK POST OKHICrt IN C'AIKO, IL
LINOIS, AS hKCONIVCI.ARS MATTKK.
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I.Oi'Al. WKATIIBK KKI'OltT.
MiitNAi orn-i, i
lltr. Ther. Ur7:n. Wlnd."vl Woathur
Inaurgiitioii of (icncral (iiullold.
The Cairo & Vim iiium Rail way Co. offers
reduced round trip ruti n to Washington uml
Baltimore for thu Inauguration, March 4th
giving hii opportunity to see thu National
Capital nt its best 11ml to witness tin) iu nit
miration ot President flirt (iiulicld.
Passengers diving Cairo at o u. in., reach
Washington 1 in 5 next afternoon. For
further infortunium upply to L. B, Church
passenger agent. 1', A. Miw.ku,
(!i'iii'i;il Pissenger Agent.
Minimum 'l'.-iiiforl u ru. Ml' Minimum Tern'
ic-Nliirn 4ii.; Kniiifnll. II ..' inch.
Kivor, I'.' fnl ! tticlicK, l'ull 1 inrli.
W. 11. UAY,
Stirc't Sisnnl Corn, t'. S. A.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Nutir? In till minimi, fivo cimih )icr lino, ech
inr-uriinu. Kur uno iiioulli, WicciitH ur llim.
Foit s.vi.k 50 empty vinegar bum-Is
nt tin- Sharp Comer grocery, corner Popular
umJ Eighteenth streets.
SwollODA & Sclltl.TZU.
A good slock oi paper, expressly for
Hektogiaph iw, fi'f s ile at Tun Hi i.i.ivtin
Desirable furnisheil rooms at ruiisonulili!
rates, Inquire nf Mus, Stamikhv,
Tenth, near Wuliuit
GENERAL LOOAL ITEMS.
Noticed in tlninc niliiinim, luu r m per lino,
OKCtl iDHcrllllll. .MurKrii
Mr. Fred Ivuchler, succcsssor to Koehler
Brothers, proprietor of the. Great
Southern Illinois steam sausage factory is
now prepared to liirnish any style ol the
l.,i.j. i,..lit.r -.f cutiL.-iri,u in nnv (illflnlilu I
. ,i 'P ; nu io ; Mr wdl ofl.eia.e in .1,
lvi.niilr' iininiil'irtlin. in this line rxtemls morning and evening
for hundreds ot niilrs around us it having fresh oyst
laKeti me premium at u nimuier m nurs as i ()(.() jj(,vi,(.
me nest in every res peci. mr. iemiier is
also prepared to duplicate any figures, no
matter (nun whence they may come.
The pay cur of the I llinois Central rail
road will bo in to iiioiimw afternoon.
Meerschaum pipes and cigar-holders,
a large stock at F. Korsmcycr's,
Rev. Glascow, of Mound City, Ills.,
Methodist church this
it A. T. I Miami's .Ml
A neat cottage, pleasantly situated; for
pailieul"rs, impure ot h. t, Ih.akk.
Oysters! Fish! Game!
Frci.li oyster, fine and fat, for sale, ly the
can or by the hundred! Hulk oysters re
ccived daily fioii'i.. Mobile, mid Baltimore
oysters received in cans, direct Irom the
packers, bv cvrv express, nsli ol all
kinds constantly on hand and always fresh
The "Bed Snapper," the king among lisli
and the delight ol epicures, trcsh Irom the
gulf. Send oiir orders to the headquarters (),j0 jj(.v,.(."
torovsters and nsli, corner unio jjevee anu
Kighth strewt. Koiikut IIkwi'it, Ag't
The sei vices in nil our churches will
lie as usual to-day and should all In: well
The new lihraiv bonks for the Metho-
distSunday school library h ive arrived and
will be ready for distribution to day.
Kcwcst things in (ieiits' Linen Collars
and Cull's at Stuart's.
UeV. A. J. 1 !es w ill eonditct Biptist
services nt Befonn hall this morning and
evening. The public is cordially invited to
Fresli oysters nt A. T. DrBaun's, 51!
--The ferryboat, Three Slates, will go to
Fort Jefferson again this afternoon. This
is a good chance for paitics wishing to
take a pleasant trip to a please" place.
Mounted and varnished maps of Cairo,
Kcilnevil Kates to Washington.
For Inauguration Ceremonies; the Illi
nms Central Bail road will sell tickets,
Cairn to Washington and return, for $:il.0().
Tickets good to return on until March I f,,r gn(fi (tt TrtE Bri.i.i-.'i in ollicc.
Klin, l Ins Jiine runs two daily trains,
making direct connections, and arnving in
Washington as quick as any other route
I'ullmin's Faliico Sleeping Cars through
from Cairo to Cincinnati without change.
J. H. Joxhs, Jamks Johnson,
Ticket Agent, Cairo. (Jen 'I Agent
Win. Fountain was brought before
Judge Olmsted yesterday, charged with
disorderly conduct, lie was found guilty
and lined five dollars and costs.
Meerschaum pipes and cigar-holders, a
large slock at F. Korsineyei 's.
The new crossings over Twelfth and
Fourteenth streets on the west side of
Two houses and four lots, corner Tenth
street and Jefferson avenue, will be Mild
seperately, or all together; as suits the pur- Washington avenue are equal in width to
Chaser. Title perfect. Apply to tl(J devvniku, and are a pleasure to behold
NIIS rsAMLL.-l'ISMKH. anJ c.nfi.rt t pmlcHtrillHB.
V Qclnn'rtjiti uvimii.i .ntu'fii.ii X mill find I 1
Fresh oysters at A. T. DcBaun's, 50
A glass factory at Melville, N.J. is
New Billiard Saloon.
Mr. Joseph Steagula has taken possession
of the building formerly occupied by Mr. I filling nn order from St. Louis for 1,000,000
Hani Jlartman, on llie corner ot N.xtli i ci.-arcttK holders
llartman's hall will bo handsomely
decorated by the boys of the Mvstic. Krew
on the first of March for their grand urns
The New York business men's society
tor the encouragement of moderation has is
sued a pledgo binding the signers not to
drink liquor when absent from home. Good
resolution, especially when hitched on to a
pledge not to drink liquor when at home.
;i0,000 envelopes just received and for
sale at Tin; Bri.i.KTi.N olllce, printing in
eluded, at prices ranging from $3 00 to
f I 00 per thousand. A good, all rag X
Amber and white envelope, only $2 SO per
Within the last two or three days Mr,
Patrick Clancy, the saloon keeper on Ohio
levee near Fourteenth street, has lost a
number ol large fat chickens, which he had
in a coop in his yard, without discovering
any trace ot the thief, lie lias only two
left, with which he intends to lure the ins
cal to Ins doom.
(.ientleinen who appreciate a really
good, first-class shirt, should buy the
"Ouaker City nothing better made of
C. it. Stuart, on llighth street.
A freight traiu on the Cairo it V'ncen
lies railroad ran into a herd of cattle near
Cache bridge night before last, killing
eight, ol them at once, only three or four
of tli"in escaping alive. They were the
property of a farmer near Mounds Junction,
whose name wu did not learu.
Secure your seats for the great minis-
trel show to -morrow night. The house will
-The twenty-first New York regiment
and the Spaiilding Ouards, both Irom the
city of New York, urrived heie per Illinois
Central lailroad yesterday, enroiite I'm
New Orleans, La. The Latter ciuiie
here via. Chicago ami the former via. (Men,
making the trip from there (Oden) in three
The grainiest masquerade ball of the
season will be that of the Mvstic Krew on
Msrdi !ias day.
The finest inasqueradM co.-tomei ever
seen in Cairo, are now on exhibition at Mrs.
S. Williamson's fine uiiiincry establishment
on Commercial avenue. Anv kind of cos
tumes njay be obtained, Irom a king to the
jesters, and from the queen to the peasant
girl, to suit the tastes or the purse of the
masqiierader. Call and see them.
Mr. C. B. Stuart, Hie ''dry goods kin;
DKL(10I8T-CiEO. E. OlIAKA,
oh of the sidewalk into tho middle of thu
street, ami it could be permanently reme
died by lowering the levee about a foot,
from Fourteenth street down.
--The Wliitcanip trial was not quite I
concluded last night. Mr. Albright re
sumed his argument for the defense yester-
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the forenoon. Mr. Linegar followed him -"" Al'ikeuupwiuiivof tliuoMinui d v minniwiiiHur imiidicd tn niu .,
tii AoiootAMat luivon
and concluded the argument for the defense
about live o'clock in the evening, when
court adjourned, until seven o'clock in the
evening, Mr. Damron then began his clos
nigspeecli for the prosecution and finished
by about ten o'clock, when the ciise was
given to the jury
The Ladies Loan Exhibition was again
thu center of atttraction last night, al
though the weather was threatening all
day and the lightnings flashed and some
rain fell toward evening, the people turned
out in good numbers, both in the afternoon
uno in ingiii, 10 least ineir eyes and ears
upon the many attractions presented at
Jlartiiian's hall, which was well crowded
most ot the time. As before, a number of
strangers were present, who seemed to be
deeply interested in all that wasdonn or said.
The ladies had made a grand final effort to
make the entertainment a good one and
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mi,) niu.- iiueii Huiiuiaiiiv, tin. i were no
doubt amply compensated by the large at
tendance and appreciation shown by the
audience. The Exhibition lias been a com
plete success from beginning to end; inon
so than even the most hopeful had expected,
and it is therefore the more to be rcgrette
thai it c;mnot well be continued, without
interruption, for several weeks longer. Tin
total receipts will probably reach four biin-
bed and fifty or five hundred dollars
C II A M PION T It I J S.
Willi li U II,,' ,.,i, SuleM and KuHlext ever.iiKiiinrni liin d. and now need exclusively In the (;v
-Hi:sT IIAIJ1) UUHUKlt TliUSSKS, l.f0.-
llltier ileiiliTH unk lull 8-J..V),
rriees Always the Lowest. Il.Ti 1? fill k i 4
bottle set ill a silver stand of elaborate
workmanship, presented by Mrs. 0. I).
Williamson; u neat little glass vase, with a
bouquet of (lowers, the whole being in a
funnily worked silver stand, accompanied
by a neat card bearing some beautiful
sentiments, from Mrs. Wood Bittenhouse;
a solid silver berry spoon, with date en
graved upon tin: handle and enclosed
iu a silk lined inoiocco case,
from Dr. and Mrs. Dunning, and
a solid silver pie knife in morocco case to
Mrs. Ban lay Irom her husband. Besides
this, Mrs. Barclay received a congratulatory
letter from one of her brides maids, who.
she thought, had forgotten all about her
long ago. Th us ended one of the happiest
little alfairs that ever took place in this or
any oilier rniuniimitv,
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pleiiiv nt nut il UHter
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( .ptain . j. llanibletoii goes to St.
Louis to-day on business.
Mr. A. Mil goes to New York to-day to
purchase his stock of spring clothing.
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.hi . . 1 ..nn, 01 icnna, 111., was regis
tered at the Hotel De inter jester lav.
Mrs. r.uiijside has gone home to Indiana
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pons, Having neeii nolllie, o the serious
illness of her daitghter there.
MK. A. MACK IF, UFA I).
A telegram limn Mr. John Mackie, of
Chicago, to B-v. 11. Y. (Ii'orge, received
here yesterday fun 111.011, brings the sad
intelligence-of (!,, lie,.) li id Mr rll..
Mackie, which occurred on Friday and
r. siiiii.i irnni an internal surgical operation
pel I' . Illi. d lljiuij I, in, ,, duy ,lst Uc(.k -
about ten days ago. Ilchad ;,. sllf,.r.
ing f .r some yeais I'rooi an niliuent . to cure
which was a lisky undertaking, but when
ic removed to Chicagu he determined to
brave all t i-ks. If.- rninlovcil tin. I.. vi .u..
leal and medical ta.-nt in the city; the
opeiutioii v.,m in eiinipli.,he. nd it was
thoiiglit at II," t;incand nr several duys
afti iwaids Ilia' it had been entireiy surcpss
fill, for the pal;, nt seemed to ,(. pcficily R
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STA PLK and VA Xf;y
"MHO - - ILLS
llU'l'l S AM, m;i,;s
ease and convile.scent. ftot il nnni iru (i,
Mr. Patrick Fitzgerald has gone to Cape though Mr. M ickie - ,,il.rwi. . i.,i
(iirardeau where his s-n is attending an, Mrtv ollI ...... ...,.,.
school. He will be gonethreeor four das. ,...1 ........1 .. .1 1 :. . ... .
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Ilon. A. B. Boone, of the First emigres, jected and he had to succumb even after
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sionai uisuici 01 iy., was 111 the city yes- giving every reason to hope for a speedy
is now iii New York city, tnak.ng personal terday. lie h it last night for Columbus recovery and a continuous happy life for
Atlienouiii Building Commercial A v.
' only the very U ,t Inqmrli-d Stuck mil m
ON A HI E m.d
selections and seeming unprecedented bar-
gions 111 tine dees.-, goods, fancy goods, no
tions, etc. Cash buyers) contemplating
siding purchases would do well to wait
until his goods arrive.
Another side-walk (?) is being built
strict' and Commercial avenue, and has
established therein a billiard saloon ami
restaurant, lie has repaired the btiildin
internally, making changes in the arrange
ment to accommodate Ins views and furn
ished it with every comfort that could he
wished for in a first class establishment,
he has spaired no pains to make his place
one ot the must attractive resorts in the city,
and invites all to conic and scclnm.
The bent of corned beef in any quantity
desired can be had at Fred Keohlcr's sam
ple shop 011 Eighth street, between the
avenues. Otiier meals of the best quality hers of the legislature.
aUo always on hand. Call upon Fred il
you want good meats.
The Turner society will give a grand
masquerade ball nn Mardifiras.
-The obelisk was dedicated on Tuesday,
and now starts to while away the happy
hours of another 2,000 years or so.
-The Mystic Krew have a grand bill for
to-inoriow night at the athcncuin. Don't
fail to attend.
The whipping post question is making
talK tu Kentucky, and 111 many counties the
people will vote instructions to their hiein-
Fine music and elegant costumes w
be the chief attractions at the K. M. K. C.
At Cat Fit.gerald's. masquerade ball to lie given on the first o
1 he oldest and purest imported brandies, v,.,.-,!. ... ir.irtman's hall
nnrtitr mikI ntlior ilHriMU iiihv Ik i'iiiit'i(l ut 1
ll. li.irnnt vinmli. u,l liim-ril riinnwi.l' 1TOI. MlllnOel'S lllld III) eXIUOItlllll III
Mr. Pat. Fitzgerald, nt the corner of Four- Hartinan s hall a tine oil painting (his own
teeiith and ( oinniereial ; and horses fat and production) of Cairo's river front, including
neei, wan every variety ol vehicles
I'll III! H 1,11-S lIllWII til II
Kii'ki- nil lii 11 ro. !!..- eiimliiw.n uli an linn would lie a vauiaiuo addition tn
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as saddles and riding regalia, may be had any gallery.
at the most reasonable ligureson a moment si The cigar establishment ol ,ir, (!. (i.
back home last evening.
Mr. E. A. Thomas, a member of the der
ailing the south side of Eighteenth street, ical force of the Cairo it Yiiieennes rail-
between Commercial avenue and Poplar road, Ins resigned his position and will
street, in the interest of the poor boot-blucks leave for his home in Michi-an in a dav or
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ami wasner-woineii, and to the disgust ol two
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cleanliness, but can't afford to pay for it at
the rate ot four dollars per dav. Let the
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trood work goon. """J. "s me iweuty-niiii anniver
IVV inany e.iis to come. Mi, remains uilll.o
Mr. Luther Taylor, editor of the 'Times," ,iX lone-.b.ir.i, Illinois, to-morrow
Columbus Ky, left his card on our table "lorning; B-v. B. Y. (ieorge oflii iating
during our absence yesterday. He went
Mr. Mackie. sudden death will excite the
sympathy of this entire community, bW
cause o h; iii tnv vears resid. in . unu,,,,.
us, and the general favor with which he
was regarded bv all.
PBorillM Y TBANSFKuN.
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Yesterday, the twenty-sixth day ot Feb
sarv nt l In' u-iwlilimr .if M r .,n,l r. j n u'
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i ii i-.eis nu ine grauo masquerade nail o ,i,
oi ine Aiystic Krew, to lie given on .Mardi
hk ni:iii:i) in tiii: 1 11:11 it 1 i.kuk's okkrk
O.N H-.lllil VKy gl rir AMI .iTH
Charles Edward Tiacy. trustee, to Cairo
and Yiiieennes Railway Company, quit
but, for certain reasons, they had (;l,'" dated December 21st, 180, for
Oias day at Ilartuian's hall, can be had at
the pillowing places: (ieo. E. O'llara's
drug store; Frank llealy's drug stme; D in
llartman's qiieciiswarc store; Phil II
nanp.s coniiciiiinery; lauer l.iotliers
jewelry store; E. A. Buder's jewelry store,
and Paul II. Schuh's tobacco store. "
Concluded to let It tiass as oiilellv uml
pleasantly as possible, with only a sli"ht
denionslration within the family circle. But
they were both doomed to be very
agrccaiiiy ilisaipoiiitei. Several of
their fiiends decided tn unrtinui.
lots one and two, bhw k six'ei n ; lots one
to nine inclusive, block seventeen; lots one
to seventeen inclusive, block eighteen; lots
one to sixteen inclusive, block nineteen,
and lots one and two, block twenty; all in
thocity of Cairo. Consideration f",'112.-
f v i:s and t : n w a u 1: .
ALL SOKTS, SIZES AM) STYLES,
DAV I DSOK'S.
Manufacturer of and Bea'u-r in
TIN, COPPKJ: & SIIEET-IP.ON WABE
AM. KINDS OK JOI1 WOHK HONK TO OliPKR.
NO. 27 EIGHTH STBEET,
ano. . . Illinois
VAHIfcl i STdliK.
Uotice at his "Horse Manson". His placeol
aiiKine.-s is 111 connection with the telephone
bud all orders received thereby will receive
Wichert will be connected by telephone
next Monday nr Tuesday, and nil orders
sent to him by telephone will be promptly
The rumor originated in the northern
part of this Internal Bevcnue district, to the
effect that the headquarters of the district
Closing Out, Boots and Shoes.
Haying a very large stock of winter
goods on hand consisting of Uehts', Ladi",,'
and Childrens' sewed and pegged Boots and
Shoes, I have determined to close it out at w'1 probably be removed Irom this city to
prices that defy competition, in order to Alton, is without any foundation in fact
in ah e ro ., .r an Micn.ei.se s.ock , M)Ilug (.iro j8aM(1 wi, mnftin 10 ,
goods which will begin io arrive soon. If I
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in want ol iinvilung in 111 v line 1 would ad- u.e -iiiiieieiiucui cigar soni ny i.eo.
vise you to call on me before purchasing (!. Wichert exclusively, is still the best live
clsewiiere. as 1 will assure you good i"jr- t.nt ci-gur in the city. Call on Oeorge at
gains. 1 invite an 10 can nun see lor
themselves. C. Kocii.
tlimi and so did "Cairo Ciniinandry Num-
011 1.., 01 winch Mr. Barclay is a mem- Chai!
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v i'"".' '"o ei, 11 ui'isoiiii: presenis were and inceinies
h iu liuil .,11 il, ,i;.t 1 .i.;.,i. ..1 1 ....1 . .1 ... .....
"'" --'c.i.ie.. se,u 10 ,. 111 me aneruoon, and m the claim deed, dated I ),,.f.i,,i .i,i 10 t,,.
out from between its tracks on Ohio levee evening a number of the Sir ICnbrliU l,,i ... 1 .. :.. n ' .
s Edward Tracy, litHtee, to Cairo
1 11 1 way Company, quit
the corner of Fourteenth street and Wash-
No. !i') Commercial avenue between Fifth "veinin.
Hiul Sixth streets.
The conductor of the Illinois Central
freight train, that was brought in here by
engine No. 1 ',, last evening, was shot
liipklen's Arnica Salve.
'I he best salve in the umrlil fur i-ntu
bruises, sores, ulsers. mitt. i'i,..i.m t,.r u,.r,.u through the chiii by a negm whom he at
etter, 1 happed hanils. rhilliliiinn. pnrtiK nnH I tetnofed to lint out of the caboose fur rn
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no o, sain en,pt,H. This salve is fiuinir to nav his fare. The wound is not
guaranteud to give perfect satisfaction in
every case or money refunded. Price, 25
cents per box. For sa t.y Oko. K.'O'IIaiu
very serious, however.
The preparations for the Mystic Krew's
Mardi Gras niasqticradu ball surpass any
that have gone before and those who fail to
attend will miss tho greatest opportunity
for pleasure they ever had.
The city council meets on the first of
thn month, which IS tiext Tin. a.
lay. Persons having claims against the
city that they want allowed must hand
them to the city clerk to-morrow, or they
U bn itinappninted, for the ordinatieuH
rp()uir"-tliatM chums must be handed in
at least twenty-hou, hours before the meet
ing ot the council.
Check books, riceipt books, order
books, etc., made to order on short notice
at The Bulletin office.
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. ...11 .. . urn nm.i.i. ,.,iii ami I'jii'e i 1 .i",i,e 'i nu n oeailTlllll Unilorms
onto 11 flat car to be hauled out of the city, inarched in double fill, down Washington
I his has been done preparatory to contin- avenue to the residence of the happy couple
uing the work of planking the track inside on the corner of Fourth street and Wash-
and outside so that it may form no ohstruc- ingfon avenue. They arrived there a fi
tion to vehicles. Another car load of planks minutes befere eight o'clock and, after a lit
lor this purpose arrived yesterday. tie delay, the front door bell was rung and
-Died, al Chicago, on Fridav. the L'.il. "'' by one, being
instant, Arthur Mackie, late of this city, ,lsl"'r'''1 h,i" i 'odsoine parlor by
in the sixtv-sixth vear of hisi..-,.. Tl. Mr- 1 1,11 Iurclay, Jr., when
funeral will be held at Jonesboro cemetery,
where he will be buried in the family
burial place mi Monday morning, at eleven
o'clock. T he friends of the family are
invited to attend. (Any one who desires to
attend the funeral can take the train on
the narrow gauge at H I'M'clock a. 111., ar
riving in Jonesboro about 10 and returning
can leave Jonesbiiio at 11:10 in the after-noon.-
Ed Bi li.i.tin.)
-S ething unusual. The overture at
K. M. K. C. end rtainiiii nt will be the
"Turkish Patrol" and the Baqiiet dance.
--I'ndcrthe head of "Propeity Trans
fers" iu this tissue, will be seen a very im
portant item. It is nothing less than the
Mr. rim Hirclay, Jr., where they
tunned a semi circle, facing the ecu
icrot the room. 1 hev were each hemtilv
welcomed by Mr. and Mrs. Barclay, and
then Dr. ('. W. Dunning, the spokesman,
stepped forward and, in 11 short address,
containing both well deserved com
pliments nud some, humor,
and which was altogether very appropriate
to (he occasion presented to the host and
hostess, iu the iiame of the (.'oniinaiidcry,
an elegantly carved silver and glass fruit
stand. Congral illations were then olfered
to Mr. and Mrs. Barclay by ll the Sir
Knights and though it was a complete
surprise, at least to Mr. Barclay himself,
yet he seemed to be equal to the emergency
and replied to the doctor ml, :.. -
- in n
few ouiel wools il,, 11, 1 ;,. i.: i. n ,.
transfer of the entire Cairo and Vincennes K,gh, , (lf -
ranroad, tra,ks, lands, lols, buildings, right. for .-,. kill, r(,lm,hll., , '
of way, rolling stock, franchises every- i, :,,,r ,i,. . .', ,
,, . . .... . . . .. "y i should hu live to
i.ung, in iac, appenamiug u, the road, H(!1, nH ,,,,1,1,,,. w,i.i:llfr ,, ... , , , .
from its beginning at Virnxniies, , its fer- then receive all the gold ,tho W(,M m
minus at ( ano. I hu transfer was made by the congratulations f .11 ..,
tin. niviir ftl.urfn- V. T !... . ! . . " . . l'""-.liai0S
. "l-l........... 1 Hiu ..Kltll He should ,,t esteem th,
for thu "Cairo and incennes Builioad" n.oro higl.lv than he did ,.. m.......
4 ,!, ..... I . I O V "IW WIUUIIII 1
wiunmiij', iu muiirijr orfuniiMi company, mto
under the title of the "Cairo and Vincrnnes A few minutes were then spent in pleas
Bailway" company. .....
conversation mul in .
, , 'iiiiuiiig and ad-
I lio mud continues to creep up on tho miring the presents and then all but ti.
sidewalk, near the corner of Fourteenfli happy coutile good nicdit.
street and Ohio levee, to tho dehtl. nf at The fruit shi.,,1 I ..It-.. l,n C.ll !
, ,, , " iou loiiowing cn
least hlleen inches. Although tho side- graving :-"l'icsentid to Past (Jmnd
walk, when cleaned, is fully twelve feet Commander P. W. Barclay and wife
wide, there Is now hardly room enough for by Cairo Coinmandery No PI n
two n,e to walk abreast at several places, tho twenly.flftl, anniversary of their ruar-
....-u.u uo ie.i.,.uianiy rcinodicU by two nage, February 2llth,1881. Besides this,
'K'U id a few minutes by throwing tho dirt I there was a fancy little carvod glass cologne.
Cairo. C..ii.id.ratioii .f.'l 1.70.
Charles Edward Tracy, trustee, to Cairo
and Vincennes Hallway Company, quit
claim deed, dated December 22d, IMO, for
westerly half i.f Jots one and two, and lots
three, four, five, six, nine, ten, eleven, thir
teen and fourteen, in Hotel addition to the
city of Cairo. Consideration $1,11:,' On.
Joseph Wilhelm Drcvl and Charles
Edward Tracy to Cairo and Vincennes
Railway (' pany, deed, dated December
21th, lssi),fr Cain, and Vincennes Kail
road Company etc., its tracks, right of way,
locomotives cars with franchises, etc.
Cairo and Vincennes Railway Company
to the ('alio Transfer Company; deed,
dated December 2llb, isso, for right to
build, use and maintain not exceeding two
railroad tracks, upon the lands of said com
pany in Cairo, between the terminus of
said railroad on Commercial avenue and
the land of said Transfer company, etc.,
outside and beyond the Mississippi levee.
Charles E. Tracy to the Cairo Transfer
Company ; deed deted December 22d, LSNII,
conveying twenty nine and III) 100 acres as
leseribed. Consideration tf 1 2,000.
Lemuel Powell and wife to Win. Mo-
Hale, s. w. deed, dated February 22d,
1881, for lot eleven, block forty-live, in city
ot Cairo. Consideration 11,10,
THE WIIITM TAKhS TllrJ LEA V.
We the undersigned committo appointed
to examine into tho merits of the various
sewing machines placed in Ladies' Loan Ex
hibition of the Presbyterian church, at
llartman's hall, award the llrst premium to
the White sewing machines. 1 hey all pus.
sess merit, but we believe the wfiitk to bo
siTKHion, it combining more good points
needed in a family sewing macmno.
Mrs. H. V. itKonnic,
Mrs.S. P. WlIKKI.EH,
Mrs. J. M. Lansdkis.
Maehinea on exhibition wore "Domestic"
Genuine Singer, Stewart, (Singer style,)
NKW VOKK STORK,
WHOLESALE AM) RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
C. O. PATJKR CO.,
Or. Nini'ti'cnlli troet
Ciiiiniiiirciiil An-nu 11
1 Cairo, 111.
PROPRIETOR OF tfl'p.OAT'S TATENT
H KFliKiKKATOK C-AKfl,
in I co.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
TACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Oar Loads a Special tv.
(tor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
(J, W. WHEELER,
Summer Wood and Kindlinir
' At Scvcuty-five cents per loud.
At 0110 dollar per loud.
ii.T!"' ",r,nil"0ir"iirii C0Hm Miiivitiim and nmkn
1 , 1 i."""""1"- w""d eo'lK purpoKUKHX mill
m the elii'sinmt hvit mild In t'nlro. Kor hliirk
mltli'i iis.i In mittltiR tire-, they nro tii.ciiii" llud.
Lbhvu voiir ordum at ih TcutU (trt woodT.rd"