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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 0, m
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SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice in thtteolnmn. eignt fenta per line fof
Ir.taDd Bt ceul por Una each auhtwqueot Inaor
linn. Knr on wuek. 30 cent Berlin. Kor OU
month, SO cenu per luv
u- .p mh,iHiii to iunotlnce the iiama of
null nil uWniliWlA a candidate for re- I PC
inn in (ha nffii-n nf Aldcrrotn oftho Fourth ward
' at tbetufulng city election. ,
UoT Cairo Bulletin perforated
scratch-book, made of calendered juto
, munilta, equally good for Ink or pencil. For
sale, in throe sizes, at the ottice. Wo. 'i and
S. five and ten cents each by the single one,
by the down or by the hundred, no tana
tion in prices.'' ; . . : ,; ,;
Mb.'P.L. OeRNroon has opened a new
barber show on Sixth street corner Coin
mcrcial avenue. .
' Grnd Easter Ball.
The Ilalliday. Guards, will give a grand
ball at Hartman's hall on Easter Monday.
It will bo tbk erent of the seasou.
COMMITTEE OF ARRANOKMENTS.
Harry Manny, R. English,
Wm. McEwen, . Win. Dowitt,
F. McOinois, Jno. English.
Mr. Gerkiqon invites his friendslo call
at hit new shop on Sixth street.
v- - -
Receipt books, Cairo date line, nerfora-
ttd atub, suited to any business, manufac
tured and .for sale at the Cairo Bulletin
An election for one school trustee will
.be held at the Arab enpine houso iu this
city on Saturday, April 8th, 1883.
J. M. Laxbden.
The time will be paid to any one who
will furnish prorw sufficient to convict per
sonseulitv of committing a nuisance in
the Hibernian engine-house.
,; James Okeaxet.
A Nw Bars eh Shop nest and hand
somely equipped just opened by F. L.
Geniigon in the buildinp, corner Sixth and
Commercial. . Call and see him.
Fevers and Intennittents of all kinds
are speedily relieved and entirely cured by
using Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills. (5)
Sejp lor circular ot new style of Hopper
Scale with Leveling attachment. Borden,
Selleck A Co., St. Louis. (2)
A Popular Tunic
FOIl WEAK LCXflS AST) CONSCJUTIOX.
No preparation ever introduced to the
American public, for the relief and cure of
CourIib, Colds, Sore Throat, Debilitated
Constitutions, Weakness . of the Luojb or
Consumption in the incipient or advnnced
stages of the disease, has ever met with the
indorsements of phyciciitns or patients as
the celebrated "Tolu, Rock and live." The
repeated and continued sales of the article
everywhere are the best evidence of its real
merits. Letters and testimonals from every
quarter of the country, attesting the stim
ulating, tonic and healing effects, are .in
tiouesftion of the proprietors, and can be
adduced to convince the most skeptical
reader ot its intrinsic virtues. Further
commendation is unnecessary and super
fluous, as a trial of this article, having a
pleasant taBte and agreeable , flavor, will
satisfy all those who arc afflicted or pining
away with pulmonary weakness of the re
lief to be secured by the use of Tolu, ltock
and Rye. Chicago Times.
Fob lame back, side or chest, use Shiloh's
Porous Plaster. Price 25 cents. PaulG
Schuh, Atrerrt. 5
Ot all the remedies on earth that well
may claim attention, Dr. Thomas1 Eclectric
Oil commands especial mention, r or won
drous power to cure disease, its fame there's
none can throttle. Its merits are not in
the poff. but are inside the bottle. -Rheu
inatism. neuralgia, sore throat, asthma,
bronchitis, diphtheria, etc., are all cured by
Thomas' Eclectric Oil.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
- Wittiest tu tbM commas, tra eaau par Hot,
Cb iiuMrtie. uitM ,
rNew waU paper at Jcft Clark's.
Fob 8 AXit County, Orders, apply (at
this office for information. ' It
A regular meeting of the W. C. T. V
will be held at Reform ball at 3 -.30 p. m
Fred Gcrnigon Is fitting up a fine bar
bcr shop in Carey's building corner Sixth
. and Commercil. lie will bo ready to open
about the 15th. .'
For Sale: Store boat and stock, or
'either. Enquire at elevator.
Buy pado window curtains from Jeff
M.Clark.' ' ' " '. tf.
The Bulletin job office and counting
room ia back into its old quarters attain
corner Washington avenue and Twelft
A notice of an election for one ecltoo!
trustee, to be held at the Arab engine
bonse in this city on next Saturday, appears
in special locals,
Seo Jeff Clark's wall paper boforo
The Ohio marked thirty nlno feet four
' inches on 1iouago at this point yesterday
f,u)oii at one o'clock, showing a full of
one foot three arid ft Half inches during the
previous twenty-four hours. At points
above here tho rivers fell as follows during
the same timer Chattanooga, six inches;
Cincinnati, eleven inches; Louisville, four
inches; Nashville, one foot two inches, and
St. Louis, two inches.
All latest styles of wall paper at Jeff
Mr. Fred Koehlcr lias received one of
the finest specimens of I.ve stock ever
brought to Cairo. It is a two year old
heiferof a clear, beautiful, white, gentle as
a lamb, fat as can be and as symmetrically
formed as ever heifer was. Mr. Koehlcr
intends to keep tho animal until Easter
Sunday, and then give bis customers a
grand feast. It
The average thermometer at twenty
three different places in the northwest yes
terday was sixty-two degrees . above zero,
which was a decline of fivo , decrees from
the record of the day before. Rain was re
ported from Divenport, Dodge JL'ity,
Leavenworth, La Crotwe, Omaha, St. vPuul,
Yankton, , Bismark, Moorbead and Fort
Custer. ' The average rain fall at these
eleven points was about seven one-hun-dredths
of an inch, the heaviest being thirty-one
one-hnndredths at Omaha.' '
At the meeting of tho Woman's Club
and Library Association held at the li
brary room yesterday afternoon, tho fol
lowing ladies were elected to office for the
ensuing year: rresiaent, airs. 11. u. ian
duo; vice president. Mrs. G. II. Lyman;
secretary, Mrs. Z. Wenger; treasurer, Mrs
W. R. Smith. Trustees: Mrs. P. A. Tay.
lor. Mrs. U. C. Goss, Mrs. I.' B. Iludson,
Mrs. A. B. 8 afford, Mrs. L. C. Savage, Mrs.
M.Eastcrday. ' Mrs. P. E. Powell and Mrs.
M. Adams , were unanimously re-elected
librarians. , .., '
An interesting event happened under
novel circumstances in the dry goods estab
lishment of Messrs. White & Greer at about
noon Tuesday! It was the marriage of Miss
Martha Crabtree and Mr. Thomas Davis,
both of Ballard county, Kentucky. The
couple came over the river especially to
get married; they gravitated almost na
turally to the store named and the firm con
sented to arrange matters. Justice J. II.
Robinson was called in to perform the cere
mony, and when all was ready, Mr. Greer,
of the firm, gave the bride away, while Mr.
John E. Henderson and Mr. White per
sonated groomsman and bridesmaid, though
"which was which" it was impossible to
ten. I ;. : '
The present spell of, hot weather has
brought into existence myriads of mosqui
toes and flies that have came as a reminder
to humanity and especially that part of
humanity that have an abiding place in
Cairo that screens, arejthe safest, surest and
most comfortable protection against these
pests, and that tho best and cheapest
screens are those made and put up by Mr.
F, Schoembs. We were reminded of this
by passing tho Ilalliday and seeing Mr.
Schoembs hard at work finishing up bis
contract of screening the elegant building.
In addition to the Ilalliday, we understand
Mr.Scbocmbs has half a dozen other
contracts on hand almost as large. Ho is a
good , workman, fills his orders promptly
in a manner that is guaranteed to be satis
factory, and at prices ,tbat leave no reason
for complaint. Ilia shop is on Commercial
avenue near Twelfth street.
Our reporter was a little off in ' bis
notice of the choral society meeting at Dr.
Jocelyn's office Tuesday night. The socie
ty did meet, it is true, but the kindness of
Mr. Walter McKee who is as much a suc
cess in the choir of the M. E. church ns he
ia when mounted on tho tripod of the dai
ly Argus, cropped out (so the reporter
learned yesterday) at this meeting or the
day before and the society was notified that
an immense boat on Lake Edwards was at
their service for the evening; and in this
boat a superb organ would be found ; all of
which we presume ia truo as the society did
sail on the lake and Mr. McKee did draw
most melodious strains from the organ, and
from his tunefnl throat as ho manfully tug
ged at a pair of oars,and with watchful care
and ready arm preserved all of the hand
sonio young Udies from fright or a fall
over board, ell this at the samo time, which
proves him a success and just the man isr
a boat ride or pic-hic.
Elsewhere in this issue of The Bulle
tin appears the advertisement of the Oliver
Dgid Byron combination, which will make
i.O1 .1 i
us appunriiDceupoa iiiu opern uuuso niago
in this city t ho, first days of next week. , It
intended at first to play here onlyono night.
and the bills state this, but Capt. Shields,
knowing it to be a powerful ; company that
would furnish tho people of Cairo with
genuine amusement iu a masterly manner,
prevailed upon tho . company to play
here Monday and Tuesday nights. ''Across
the Continent" will be presented the first
ulght,aud "Ten Thousand Miles Away",
the second night. The latter is a tequal to
the former, and both are plays which, s
presented by Mr. Byron and his compauy
of artists, have met with the greatest success
in every way in the largest cities on the
continent. The one includes widely vary,
ing scenos taken from New York and from
the wild gorges of the Rocky mountains
rcspcctiviily; fhcro is exciting melodrama,
hairbreadth escapes, nnd a graud closing
tableau of rescuo by the United States
troupes. Tho other is full of interest, ex-
citumoot end humor; and Mr. Byron is
considered by all who have seen him as a
very competent exponent of the varied
sentiments in each.
Dark Darkness Darkens The
STARTLING EVIDENCE OF A
SPEEDY DISORGANIZATION AND
COMPLETE ANNIHILATION OF
ALL THINGS PERTAINING
TO THIS CITY.
MITHISO BHOKT Of AN IMMEDIATE AND t'N
QUALIFIED COMI'LIAVCB, ON TUB VAUT OF
THE CITV COUNCIL OK CAIKO, WITH ALL
TIIKl)KMAKDS HADE OF THE CITV 11 Y
TIIE rOOU BUT HON" EST AMSTEHDAM
AND ST. I.OIH COItrOKATIOK,
WILL SAVE TnE CITT KHO.M
TniS TII11EATESED CALAMITY
AND FltOM EVEULASTINO HE
"HADES." BEAD TUB
THE IKKf (KV,
II KK RAILROADS PEEKING OTUElt TOINT8
OF TEn MINUS.
In conversation at St. Louis a few days
ayo with Mr. G. W. Davis, manager of the
Cairo Oil company, Col. Paramore of the
Cairo and Tcxaa narrow gauge railroad,
said that he would have seventy-five miles
of his road, from Birds Point out, com
pleted by the first of June. Does this look
as though the Amsterdam companys threat
to arfcndon Cairo as its southern terminus
had in any manner or to any extent affected
Ool. Peramorc's plan? Work has already
begun at Birds Point, a Cairo man, Mr.
Julius Serbian, having the contract, and he
has employed about fifty men and twenty
teams already. Col. Puramore's narrow
gauge is coming to Cairo just as fast as it
possibly can and that too whether the Am
sterdam narrow gauge goes to Mound City
or to the devil or remains here, i And Col.
Paramore does not depend upon the Am
sterdam narrow gauge for connection with
St. Louis either. He is prepared to build
and will build his roud to St. Louw from
Bird's Point if necessary, and will thus
open up to Cairo one of the greatest iron
fields in this or any other country.
It comes to The Bulletin very directly
that Mr. W. II. Smithers, former receiver
and present mortgagee of ; the Amsterdam
and Cairo narrow guage railroad, said, in
confidence, to a geutleiuaa at St. Louis, a
few days . ago," that "of course, tho road
was bound to stay at Cairo; the company
might run a branch to Mound City via Villa
Ilidgo in order to get some of the fruit
traffic but it wouldn't do, at all to give
Cuiro tho go-by." This is ti e private opin
ion of the officials of the road which they
do not express publicly for policy's sake,
expecting to gain important concessions
from the city by threatening just the reverse.
And no fair-minded man who will not close
bis eyes to the great advantages which
Cairo offers as a terminus to any railroad
Irom anywhere will, fur a moment, enter
tain the ridiculous thought that a company
of such shrewd millionaires as have control
of the Amsterdam ami Cairo narrow gunge
road, will seriously contemplate the ex
change of Cairo fur ' Mound City or any
other place, as' a southern terminus. It
must also be borne in mind that with each
new road entering here, Cairo offers gi eater
advantages to new ones. Col. Paramore'b
road from "Texas and Col. Huntington's
road from the east, connecting two extreme
and widely different points of this great
country ; the one traversing the thickly set
tled, merchantilo and manufacturing cen
tre, and the other the greatest and newest
field for enterprise , in the
country, both meeting at Cairo
to exchange traffic these iwn great roads
will add incalculably to Cairo's advantages.
Cairo is not and has not ' for some
years past, in the position of tin iuland
village which.must wbine like- a sick cur to
induce railroad builders, out of sheer pitty
for her, to build their roads to her doors,
provided she will load herself down with
several hundred thousand dollars in rail
road bonds. Fr several of the railroads
which Cairo has she paid heavily and
onu of these, not satisfied with taking our
money, coming to us dwarfod in propor
tions, half finished and five years behind
time, swindling us out of our , stock and
violating its important obligations to our
great injury, now protests with . all the ve
hemence and ' apparent cincerity
of injured innocence, that , Cairo
should not seek her own interests in
her dealings with the road, but should
humbly offer additional inducements and
grant additional franchises to induce the
company to como and share Cairo's great
advantages. ' ' (
11 KH IMlnrEUTV DEIMIECIATED.
A citizen who had made a visit to
Kansas City, Mo., and was induced by
some of his Mends who lived there to
htcate there, sold his property here for
twelvo hundred and fifty dollars. He had
advertised it for sale two days and found a
buyer the third, This was about four days
ago. Yesterday the purchaser of the prop
erty was offered fifteen hundred dollnrs for
his bargain, but ho refused to sell, very
properly concluding that twelve hundred
and tifty (htUars invested in Cuiro property
will bring him a greater profit than would
fifteen hundred dollars cash deposited in a
savings bank at six per cent, interest, or
loaned out on .good security at .eight per
IIKH RTMaCTS, SUlK-WAl.Kii A;D I.F.V1CEH
ALLOWED TO 00 TO Ilt'IN INTKKNAL IM
I'KOVEMENTi AT A COMPLETE 6TAND-STILL.
For twenty-days back tho city has had
from seventy-flvo to a hundred men, and
from thirty to fifty teams at work on the
new levee, strengthening it by widening
its base on the inner side. To-day at noon
the work will be finished and tho slope
which was formerly about one foot in one
and a half will bo one foot iu three the en
tire length of the levee. This work nlone
has cost about four thousand dollars. It
is probable that work on the outer slope
of tho levee will bo begun next week and
continue- until the whole embankment shall
have been put in a condition that, instead of
being tho weakest, will be the strongest
part of tho great levees which surround
In accordance with a resolution
introduced in the f city coun
cil at a meeting last Tuesday
night, tho street committee, headed by Al
derman B. F. Blake, will immediately
place from twenty-five to fifty men nnd
teams and scrapers at work on the streets
of tho city under the direction Street Com
missioner Gorman, and, as tho energetic
Mr. Blako puts it, "every street in the city
shall bo as clean and as smooth as a looking-glass
within two weeks from the com-
meacement of the work." Tho force of
men, already employed in repairing tho
sidewalks, will bo incieascd as soon as
practicableand the walks in the city will
be generally repaired and built new
ITER CITIZENS AHG ALL DISIIEAUTKSED AND
ENTEUI'IUSE IS CRUSHED.
Besides the ground recently lxmght
from the city by tho Singer Manufacturing
company, that company has secured six
teen lots more near by from citizens, so that
its entire ground now covers nearly threo
squares. Tho plans for tho additional
buildings to be erected upon this newly
acquired ground have already been made
and will be executed as soon as the ground
can bo worked.
The new school board will soon tike
steps to begin ttie erection of an additional
public school building, as tho present three
have proven to be entirely inadequate to
aecommodate the army of ycung people in
search of knowledge. It is the intention
to erect a three story brick something tim
iliar to the high school building. The ex
act location has not yet beeu decided upon
but the money is ready and tho ground will
be selected in ti.no to erect tho houso be
fore the present building season passes
0E.NEKAL DRmE-SIiiS' IM ALL DEPARTMENTS
OF INDUSTRY, COMMERCIAL STAONATIOX
AND ULTIMATE UTTKU ANNIHILATION
STARE HEH HltAZENLT IN THE FACE.
Mr. Jacob Kline yesterday commenced
the brick nuking seas m at his yard in up
per Cdiro. Ha made fifteen thousand yes
terday, aod will make on an average twenty
thousand per day right along. He has or
ders ahead arid will be unable to meet the
demand during the coming building scaon.
A more hopeful feeling than pervades the
business men, buth largo aod smsll, also
tho mechanics and laborers of Cairo, at the
present time, was, purhaps, never noticeable
before, and the prospects for uneqtialed
prosperity in every way were mver bright
er than they are now. The sidewalks in
the business portion ot our city are crowd
ed with hardware, stoves, with great case,
boxes and barrels filled, with dry
goods, clothings, groceries, stationery, con
fectionery, liquors all being goods which
havo newly arrived, and are being un
packed aod stored away in tho various
business houses in anticipation of the
comingsumuier trade. The Cairo City Oil
mills, one of the city's lately acquired great
institutions, will begin operations next
Monday, giving Bteady employment to
about forty men, and as soon an the stock
can be obtained the mills will run
day and niijht, employing two
sets of men. Tho back-water lias nearly
all left Hie ground alxjve Cairo nnd yester
day several of our Alexander county citi
zens, Mr. Uieh Hundraker among them,
caino into town on horses and in wagons.
Our country brothers from Kentucky and
Missouri and Illim will Boon be in the
city in full force to iff in supplies of which
they ran short during thoir enforced stay
at home, and onr merchants will receive
them with smiling faces and full stores.
For several weeks back fivo or ' six citizens
have been making plans for a . number of
nice frame residences, to bo erected on now
vacant lots in different parts of the city;
but tho fact that said lots were enclosed in
the .fire limits, in which tho erection of
frame buildings was prohibited by ordi
nancq, has prevented them from carrying
out their plans. But at tho last meeting
of tho city council Alderman Blake intro
duced a resolution requesting the commit
tee on police, jail and fire department to.
consider the proposition of roducing tho
fire limits and to report at the next regular
meeting, which will bo next Tuesday.
The Bulletin is satisfied that tho
fire limits are too large, and that tho coun
cil also believes they are too large and will
reduce them. This will be tho signal for
the beginning of a dozen or more new
buildings, which are certainly in demand
and havo been for a year or more. One
gentleman who built twelve cottages in tho
neighborhood of tho Singer works laBt
summer, contemplates the erection of the
same number in the samo neighborhood
this summer. Hence there's fun ahead for
our carpenters who nro even now nearly
all rushed with work. Our paper hungers
J. BURGEE & BRO.
Will donate ono hundred dollars to any charitable institution the mayor of Cairo may
dchignato, provided it can bo truthfully stated that we in any instance advertise goods
qualities und prices, that wo cannot show. It is a fact that at times we mention prices
for ccrttiiu lines of goods that nrn so ridiculously low as to seem impossible to the
public, nnd even to other dealers, and wo do not blamo thorn for their incredulity, be
ing nsthey are, unaware of tho advantages and facilities we have for obtaining atccr"
tain times largo lots of tho m st desirable goods at prices greatly under their real value
and hero aru the
ADVANTAGES WE HAVE:
FIRST The quantity of merchandise wo buy to Mipply our nnnirroha stores.
SECOND We havo ample capital and nre prepared to buy cash down.
THIRD We aro nt all times represented iu eastern markets by a resident buyer
nni. m uinnjB I'll IIIU lJliuui.
Now, it is by taking advantage of these opportunities that we do from time to timo
name stteh apparently ridiculously low prices. For instance we are scllinu Middlesex'
Blue Flannel Suit, each suit bears tho ticket with full namn Middlesex Co. f 10.00. None
Pennine without ticket. A very nice Cheviot Suit for $!).30, worth $13.00. A very nob
by Red Silk Mixed Suit at ?1 2 50. worth $10.00. W do not sell troods tor less than cost.
We want it distinctly understood that we niako a small profit on everything wo sell, for
iai principle oy which a niercnani can sen uoong mr h bs mnn csr, ana sun Keep store,
is never yet been discovered. Come and see our goods. You will tot bo importuned
and painters, principally Messrs. Jeff M.
Clark and B. F. Blake, have been overrun
with orders from citizens to beautify their
homes and places of business, and it is safe
to say that to day Cairo can show a greater
number of gorgeously beautiful houses and
rooms thau any other city of her size any
where. Sheriff Hodges w ho has been out in the
county for several days during this and last
weeks, repot t that but little damage has
been dono to fences and out houses of
Alexander county farmers, and that all
farmers are hard at work repairing danr
a'es und planting, and feel much encour
aged at the rrp prospects for this year.
His tax collection were unexpectedly
large. Cairo, of Course, chares in the gen
eral prosperity of the couuty.
But enough. We started out with the in
tention of telling a few truth and items
of news, interesting but sad, because they
present Cairo in a most deplon'olo light.
They prove beyond a doubt that Cairo is a
donn.d city; that her very siht is destined
soon to sink into oblivion; her merchant
are ruined men, and her people will go
down in the general destruction "unken
neled, unci ffiued and unknown." This is
the wig of a fuw sore heads; The Bulle
tin has sought to prove it true; Tun Bcl-
LhTiN Impes it hvi succeeded.
The "Tar Drops" of Phil S.tup is not
only a handsome boat, but with a broal
sail and a spanking bret z , such as the
party out in her yesterday enjoyed, she
is a regular race horse, and with tho bit in
her teeth runs like chained lightning.
The history of the last ten year in this
country has revealed many examples of
municipal in l ibtednes4 out of all reasona
ble proporti-m to the community's proper
ty; but the city of JUhway, New Jersey, can
certainly "lay over" anything of this kind
brought t) light elsewhere. Thu whole
taxable property of, the city is assessed at
3,5 t7,00i. and the debt is bonded ft,
874,0'M), floating, $m,Ni))- r nearly four
filths tho taxable property. Every property-holder
in tins place, therefore, owes, in
addition to his private obligations, four
fifths of the value nt' his subs'ance to the
city's creditors; if tho property holder owns
$3,000 worth of property, f 1.000 of it be
longs to the municipal creditors; if he owns
$20,000 wort'i of property he is worth on'y
$4,000. The city attorney says it will re
quire a tax of 10 per cent. $10 on the $100
to pay tho annual interest, and then not
a cent of the principal would bo paid. An
expert who whs selected to examine the
municipal books states that a late city I
treasurer misappropriated $100,000 of the
city funds a very reasonable amount to j
steal from so impecunious a coiiiinu.''ify.
The city has offered to compromise i t r' ,i
at 23 cent3 on the dollar, but the bond
holders have declined to accept 'ho terms.
WORTH SUBSCRIBING TO.
The Spring number of .Ehricbs' Fashion
Quarterly is out ; and as usual it is full of
matters interesting to ludies. Commencing
with tho important item of ladies' costumes,
it traverses thu whole field of feminine ne
cessities, and bIiows thu latest styles of bon
nets, feathers, fl iwers, shoes, buttons,
gloves, worsted wear, ami a hundred other
necessities and accessories of tho toilet,
Tho book is filled from end to end with
illustrations drawn from actual articles of
costume, ami tho description which follow
tho pictures are so tersely and clearly writ
ten that no lady can be at loss In making
her selections, and deciding exactly what
will suit her. As a cmnpediuni of the reat
art of shopping, tho Fashion Quarterly pos
sesses a value all Its own. Oihur fashion
mngnzincs illustrate tho newest stiles only;
but tho Quarterly gives all the popular
styles, whether old or new, and adds tho
prico ot each. A inagazl.no liko this i ns
much a necessity to cv rv lady, na la his
trade paper, with itsquotatimtH ami reports,
to every merchant. The ono helps to iniiku
money, nnd tho other to economize its ex
penditure. Altogether, we cordially recommend tho
Fashion Quarterly to our render. It is a
useful,' well conducted family iniujazinn,
and. at its prico of fifty cent a year, should
find no lack of subscribers. Tho publish.
crs sro Ehrich Bro.,of Eighth Avcntt!New.
J. 13TJHG I3R & BRO,
-A.t IPalaco Clothing Ilouse,
lOB Commercial A vemio.
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To Nights Only,
M ondav niu! Tucsdav,
April 10 and 11.
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AGI10SS I CONTINENT
Tl'K.sPAY NIGNTJoeH. Bunk's ttlrbratM
lLv .nd a ciU'-l lo Acrui. k toatlMiil,
10,000 MILES AWAY,
LAUGHS IN EACH PLAY 333
Tl ktt for vale at Uirinan't.
SALE OF UNCLAIMED PRO
PERTY. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
ON" THE 17TH DAY OF APRIL,
A. I). 182,
At 10 n'e'm k In tha fotvnoon at tht frrk'kt honae
o I lie M I, .in., Iron Mountain aud Huutki-ra rail
way iniauy Iu lh city nf Cairo, 'le of IiiidiiI',
III'' fullowtnt ill rrl lied rltc'f eon.itiFil M below
will hn khIiI t public aurt tin, to pay cbarge trlt:
l-ilNIIINKtS. UtacHIPT OK.
I . II. Id-eft t pk I i) wheel
Wm Miiy .. I cbftt toula
1 (kii Modrlct
I. iitil llurlcrt... I bdi. of acka
II. W, Kruiihtn... t ki'tf her
Do. S bear kfga
ScIIt Hi' hrw, Co .J btur krga
. l''ruukcD..... ... ib..r krga
A.l.ohr t.....M..l hr hrlrlrtfr
J Ilri.df'.rfl M 1 hoi k ft lorri
Ma EluBmnlx n....lbox luadrlr
U'.V Jnhn.on , .....1 cba.t tools
I .on I Hrrlinrt t bav kaga
Hunry Wood 1 borat pawar
I.nulii nt'it M..M.n. 6 btrr kca
JI.rrlr.on Wood . .mm. t bosk 1 rood
Ilanmin Aro I box karawaro
That tha .nmr bv burn received by tie M Los la
Iron Mnuniaiti and Hnuilmrn rallwar company a
common cnrrler.. In tha regular eonrM ol bnaiaua
eon.lcned a ahiw to Cairo, lllluolrsaud bava been
lii'ld the llmu rvqiilruit by law.
TIIK NT. IvTIm, lltON MOUNTAIN AND
HOfTHKHN :itII.WAY COM PAST, BV
II. It. MILUUHN, AOK.-ST.
Date) Mar-b fll.t, IWJ.
MILL AND COMMISSION.
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
nkb8t Cub. Price Peid for YVheaX.