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JANUARY 18, IS68.
TJIE DAILY BULLETIN
orPlCK: . 78 OHIO LEVER.
ENTKItr.l) AT Til CAIKO rOSTOFFICE FOR
TBANKMIbHION THROUGH TUB MAIL! AT IEO
ONI) CLAM RATES,
'rluiAL PAHK K OF CITY AMI) WCMTT
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
jtotiros iii ton column, eight eenu par Una tor
Irstand ova ecnti per line each subsequent Ineer
l(in. Kr on wwk, SOcenta par Una. For one
i.onih, W cents per Uoe.
50c. per Cau,
Extra Select, at Deliun'i.
Liliua R-iitnirtut . oppmito Opera
Houso. Qua Btto proprietor, 11-26 tf
Foil Our bus io tiuy style b tba Grand
Opera Ilti-.taurQt Eutriiiicea on Commer
cial and 7ih street. It -30 tf
New Blacksmith Shop.
A new horse shooing shop has been open
ed by Mr. P. Powers ou Tenth gtret. All
manner of bUckmi thinjf and wagon work
done to order. Repairing work a specialty.
Work done promptly. tf
at DoBuurA 58 Ohio levee.
Jj'ive f Charge.
All persons suffering from Coughs, CoMc,
Asthma, Brouchitia, Less of Voice, or an af
fection ot the Throat and Lungs, are re
quested to call at Harry W. Schuh's drug
store and get a trial bottle of Dr. Kind's
New Discovery for Consumption, free of
charge, which will convince them of its
wonderful merits and show what a regular
dollar-size bottle will do. Call early. (8)
Ths Rev. Gei. II. Thayer, of Bourbon,
Ind., says: "Both myself and wife owe our
lives to Shilou's Consumption Cure. (0)
in market at DeBaun's 58 Ohio levoo.
Receipt books, Cairo date line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured and for sale at the Cairo Bulletin
The Howe scales have all the latest im
provements. It is true economy to buy
the best. Borden, Selleck & Co., agents,
Bt. Louis, Mo. (8)
For Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Depression
of Spit its awl General Debility, in their
various forms; also as a proventivo against
Fever and Ague, and other Intermittent
FeVHra, the "Ferro-Phosporatud Elixir of
Calisaya," made by Ciswell, Hazard & Cc,
New York, and sold by all Drucgists, is the
be9t tonic; and forpatieuts recovering from
Fever or other sickness, it has no equal. (1)
50c. per Can,
Extra Selects, at DeBiun's.
"Is there a man with soul so dead," who
hath suffered the miseries of a cough or cold,
yet neglected to ry "Sellers' Cough Syrup i"
Grand Opsha Rsstaurant opposite
Opera Uoina up stairs, Back entrance on
7th street. Oysters io every style. 11-28 tf
To all wko are suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, I
will send a recipe that will eft you, FBEE
OF charge. This great remedy was
discovered by a tn nister in South America,
Bend a aell-addressed envelope to the Rev.
Jo3KF T. IxMASf, Station D., New York
Do Not Be Deceivedi
- In these times of quack medicine adver
tisements everywhere it is truly gratifying
to find one remedy that is worthy of praise
and which really does as recommended.
Electric Bitters wa can vouch for as beinj
a true and reliable remedy, and one that
will do as recommended. They invariably
cure Stomach and Liver Complaints, Dis
eases of the Kidneys and Urinary diffi
culties. We know whereof wo speak, and
can readily say, five them a trial. Sold at
fifty cents a bottle by Harry V. Schuh. (3)
If I had any skin or blood disease, like
tetter, itch, scald head, pimples, sore eyes,
scrofula, to.. I would take "Liodsey's
Blood Sjarcbtr," eure.
I AM cured of Cat irrh ami deafness after
giving Ely' Cream Balm a thorough trial.
My aunt was deaf in one ear. After using
the Balm a few times her hearing was re
mored. F. D. Morse, Insurance Broker,
Mr. R. M. Olseu, Delaware Avenue
Chicago, 111., aays: "Biown'a Iron Bitters
purifled my whole system."
' Xor 0)stei'8
go to DeBaun's, 58 Ohio levee.
The Wat. Alba baubbr-iuip is one of
the best appointed shop in the city; five
barbers all nrat-class workmen. Call at
this ahop, Comiasrcial avenue next the
Opera II iuio and get hair-cutting, sham
pooniag auj shaving done in au artistic
Having purchase the Ukory ot J.
Anthony, on Washington av enue betwoen
9th and lOtb streets, I prepared to offer to
the public at all times fresh bread, cikes,
etc, of tho best quality at the lowcat prices
to b found in the city. Call and sea me.
13-ilti Jacob Latskr
Are you made miserable by Indigestion,
Constipation, Dizziness, Loss of Appetite,
Yellow Skint Sb Unit's Yital'zer Is a posi-
tve cure.. (10)
- A Good Restaurant.
If you want a good meal call at Schoen
meyer's Restaurant cor. 10th at. and Wash
tng ave. , Only 25 cts. for a regular meal
and day boarding will Sod tho best accom
modation on reasonable terms.
Farmciu and others desiring a rented
lucrative, agency bualness, by which $5 to
$20 a day can bo earned , tend addre at
once, on poatal, to K. C. Wilkinson a Co.,
190 and 197 Fulton street, new York.
A two-story brick bouse, frame addition,
eight rooms in good repair. Carriage house
and cistern. A never-failing drive-well.
Corner lota on Street Railroad. Enquire
of M. W. Matbews, or W. C. Nkwson,
WantedA Whit Girl
to do cooking and washing. Address Box
233, city, stating previous experience, age,
marriod or not, and expected wages. -12
At I am about to rotire from the prsotico
of medicine in this city, I take pleasure in
introducing to my friends and patrons
Dr. J. E. Strong of Uilladalu, Mich. Dr.
Strong is a graduate of Ibo Cloveland
Honuuopathic Medical College, and cornel
well recommended as a skilful and experi
enced phynicUu and gentlemen, 1 therefore
conscientiously and unhesitatingly re
commend him to your favor and
while thanking for pist kindnes and
favors bearteak for mv successor a con
tinuance of tho same Verv Respectfully
Wm. H. Marean, M. D.
Cairo, III., Jan. 13, 1883.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Noticed Id these eoinrane, ten rent pat Mna,
ich n'tlnn and whther marked or not, if calcu
ltnd to f iwa'd any mtu'e bualnose Interest are
always paid for.
Don't fail to attend the lecture this
evening at tho Presbyterhu Cliurch.
We acknowledge receipt of favors
from Attorney-General McCartney.
Furnished rooms for rent. Inquire ot
Mrs. M. E. Boyle, over Trailer's Shoe Store.
By notice in special locals it will be
son that Mr. M. W. Mathews, desires to
sell his property.
Schoolchildren will Und The Bulle
tin scratch-books Nos. 2 and 3 tor salo at
Phil Saup's candy store. tf
The Young Men's Social Club, of
Mound City, gives a masquerade ball at the
Opera House there February 2nd.
Wm. Robinson wus guilty ot being
mildly drunk and was fined one dollar and
costs by Magistrate Comings yesterday.
From many points in Southern Illi
nois reports are to the effect that wheat
prospects are poor, and especially early
Soma one was at the rear window of
the residence of Mrs. Powers, on Tenth
street, Tuesday night, and sought entrance;
but was scared off by tho lady herself who
was awakened by the noise made.
For the several days back one or other
ofthe largest steamers on the rivers has
left a full cargo each day at the Illinois
Central wharf-boat, to be from there trans
ferred to cars for reshipniont north.
A stone crossing eight icet wide is
being constructed over Ohio levee at the
foot of Sixth street. A very necessary Im
provement this, which will cover half a
dozen Bins of omission on the part ot the
authorities in other directions if there are
This will bo Litta's farewell concert
tour. She was eagerly sought after by
several managers, who were after her for
opera or concert; but the charming prima
donna at leugth concluded to place herself
under the managerial guidance of Mr.
Henry L. Slayton for a third season. Next
year Litta returns to Europe.
At yes'erday's meeting of tho Board of
County Commissioners several petitionswore
considered and dispssed of. The liquor li
cence of Mr. Wilburn, of nodges Park, was
renewed and Mr. Alex. Ireland was granted
license for the same purposo. A few claims
were allowed to lay over until the next reg
ular meeting, which occurs in March and
until which time the Board adjourned.
Mrs. 8. Williamson has just received a
large lot of the Irish point laces, Irish point
embroidery and the Irish linen fan lace
that is s s'ylish in the eastern cities. She
also offers her millinery goods at cost.
Black and colored ostrich tips for 40 cts.
worth 85 cts. each. Bnaver hats from
$1.50 to $3.00 each; have sold the stme
for $3 50. Sho invites her customers to
call and examine goods before purch ising
Among the many attractive featuros
of the Litta (Jombiniitum which opens at
the Opera House Tuesday, January 28 I,
will be the presentation of an act from
Gounods' grand opera "Faust," in full oS'
turnes nnd splendid scenic effect with the
following cast: Marguerite, M'lle Marie
Litta; Siebel, Mins Annie E. Beere; Me
phistophHes, Mr. Julius Bereghy; Fauar,
Signor Ernesto Baldanza. Those attend
ng will therefore hear the company in both
opera and concert on the same evening.
In Its last issue the Anna Farmer and
Fruit Grower published an exhaustive
diicription of Southern Illinois, partial
larly of Union Counly, and the Illinois
Central Railroad Company which, says the
Jonesbnro Gazette, "has always and by
every honorable means held up the supe
rior advantages of Southern Illinois as a de
slrablo place for immigrants seeking
homes in the west to locate, where the;
will enjoy an unrivaled climate, cheap
vransponaiion rates, a iruiuui and pro
ductive soil, surrounded by all the refining
Influences of civilization", ordered one
thousand copies of the paper for circula
tion along the lines of the road.
The Rentz-Santley Burlesque ; Com
pany, under tho management of E. Rosen
baum, will prenetit a first-class bill of fare
at the Opera House on Monday evening,
Jan. 99, which Includes Lottie Elliott, ths
skipping rope dancer, a most delightful act
and one which invariably receives. an en
core. Tho amusing burlesque extrava
ganza, entitled "The Daughter's Banker"
is a charming hit on a well known and
popular play. Popular ballads are sung
by Rosa Leo, (an old Cairo favorite)
Lizzio Payne, May Leyton, Emly Koan,
J. O. Harrington and Arthur Johnson.
fMarry Pixlo and May Leyton in a sketch
entitled "Tantrems," introduce a four-m-band
bell duett which is said to be most
exquisite. Bifder is rspidly disposing of
tickets at 75, 50 and 25 wbich includes re
The Grand Masquerade Bill by the
Mystic Krew at Hartman's Hall Mardi
Gras night, will bo the most bri limit
event of tho year. Hartman's spacious
hall has been selected this year beg
more centrally located than any other
place in the city suitabla for the purpose.
The proper committees have been appoiut
ed and are now vigorously at work to make
this year's maquerado all that could be
desired. No p lins will be spared to m ike
it the event ot the season. The past repu
tation of the Krw is sufficient gutrautee
to the raiith Joving that their fondest anti
cipation will be more than realized. It
3 ni3 time ago tho people of Jicksou
and Williamson Ctuntiea petitioned Con
urefsmnn Thomas to have a mail route es
tablished between Carbondalo and Pinck
neyville. Mr. Thomas brought the mutter
promptly before tlie Postmaster General
who had the matter inquired into, nnd a
day or two ago the Second Assistant Post
master General informed Congressman
Thomas that the Supt. of Mail s-rvice at
Chicago rendered it as his opinion that ex
tension of mail-service from Carbondale to
Pinckneyville was not needed. The peo
ple of the two towns are naturally sorely
In the Illinois Senate Tuesday the
Houso resolution in favor of the Hennepin
canal was adopted.. Several bills were in
troduced, among which was one to repeal
the military code. A ballot for the United
States Senator was taken and resulted:
Shelby M. Cullom, 30; John M. Palmer.
20. In the House eighteon bills were in
troduced, among which was one fur an ap
propriation of $38,000 to meet the deficien
cy of the Chester penitentiary. The ballot
for United States Senator resulted in a tie:
Cullom, 74; Palmer, 75. Two Republicans
refused to vote and one Democrat wis ab
Honry Elmoro, a negro, wis brought
before Magistrate Cimings yesterday,
charged with assaulting another negro, a
boy twelve or thirteen years old, with in
tent to murder. The evidence developed a
pretty Boriou3 case. The instrument used in
the assault was an axe; the boy had received
several blows from the dull side of tho in
strument, and Elmorahad the axeraised and
was about to bring the edge dowo on
the boy'g head whea bystanders interfered
and prevented wti it tmghr have been mur
der. As it was, the boy was sriomly in
jured. Tin scene of this affair was that
delectable den of wickedness and wretched
nesi known as the Clark's Block on Oliio
levee. Elmore ws boun i over to" tho Cir
cuit C iurt in the sum of $200.
Seventeen degrees below z:ro wa what
the thermometer marked at Bismarck yes-
teiday at eruoon and the wind blowing from
the north at the rate of ten miles per hour.
bich would bring the wave here to-uight
or to morrow. A symptom of the aDproach-
ing wave came upon last night already, but
it was only a mild symptom compared to
what wo are promised. Tho next lowest
temperature was 18 abive Zin, at Li
Crosse, and the next was 21, at St. Paul.
Rain was reported from Chattanooga, Cin
cinnati, Dubuque, Lou'mvUle, Omaha, Pit's-
burg, St. Paul an l Vicksburg, liht snow
from Omaha. Tho river will coutinua to
be gorged and river bmineBS at this port
remain ab ut at its present boom for some
days longer, thanks to Jack Frost.
"Tho voice anl articulation" formed
tho subject of Mr. Preicoite's locture at t ie
Iigh School yesterday afternoou. Ha gave
some practical illustrations of the manner
u which o acquire a full resonant voice
and to render the muvles of the organs
of speech fl-xible, s as to promptly re
spond to every effort of the cp'iaker to pro
duce any certain sound ciearly. The
method suggested and illustrated differod
soma what from that usually taught, but
not materially. The speaker succeeded in
makin r tho subject clear to his he vrora and
In holding their undivided attention. To
day, to-night, Mr. Pronc mto will deliver a
lecture on Memories," in the Presbyterian
Church, under the auspices of the Longfel
low Literary Society of tho Hiyh School.
Thoso who attend will not only assist
worthy cause but be highly entertained,
Mr. Prescoato will also lecture In the
school this afternoon, and will deliver his
last lecture there to-moimw afternoon.
The Internal revenue collections in
this district are very materially affected by
the agitation that lias been in progress at
Washington for some weeks past, ou the
question of removing or reducing the tax
on whisky, orextouding the bonded period.
Usually the collections in this district are
about seventy-nve mousaui dollars per
montn; last mnnin. tuey were not over
thirty-five thousand dollars. The reason
of this falling off is that the distillation o
spirits In the district has stopped and the
traffic In liquors genorally has received a
great set back. This distriot comprises
thirty-four countlas, from a Una drawn
straight across the state at Alton, In Frank
lin County, to the Wabash
river It contains but one
grain distillery which has boen produc
ing great quantities of spirits steadily here
tofore, but which is now shut down. As
much the larger portion of tho internal
rovenuo comes from liquors, this stoppage
of distilleries affjets the amounts of tho
collections very much.
When the new levee was In progress ol
constiuction.on the upper end as, far down
as the old graveyard, Street Commissioner
Baird covered tho ouer slope with Bur
mudnh grass which Fpreads rapidly and
hulls the earth down al uost as""firmly as a
rock revetment would; but below this
point, the graveyard, the slop is not pro
tected in any way. It would be desira
ble, Jvowever, that this protection th uld be
i xtennu I clear down the embankment to
where it joins the old levoe. We under
stand that it is the intention to do this in
spring. Grass would doubtless be the best
and cheapoit protection for the bank that
could bo procured and would probably
prove all siffikient. But there is another
method, suggested by Coinml-sioner Baird,
which would furnish additional protection
against the nction of wave, drift-wood,
etc., whlcu is to plant a row of cotton-woid
trees aT. closo intervals along the base of
the levee. These trees grow rapidly and
when grown could serve in an emergency
which may-and probably will not arise, as
posts for boards to break any waves before
they reach the levee The trees could be
planted at small coat and would certainly
protect the embankment in a manner.
Tho passenger train due on the Wabash
road at 9:30 o'clock Tuesday night, did
not arrive until about 0 o'clock yesterday
morning, which satisfied all who noticed it
that another accident had occurred on this
division of the road, which caused tho
delay, and wild rumors wero at once set
afloat. A passenger and freight train col
lided, it was Siid; Hirea killed and one seri
ously wouadel;cars and engines ahattored
to splinters; track torn up for half a mile or
looie. Ttie facts were not in keeping with
this rumor. A freight traiu, or conntruc
t i u train rather, which had beeu at work
on the truck near Olnntead, backed down,
and when cming arouud a curve, met a
hmd-cir loaded with men coming toward
it at full speed. The men abandoned the
hand-car by jumping off aDd allowed It to
continue on its mal career. Tho caboose
of tho train aud the hand oar met and both
v.ent dowa one sidjot the embankment,
taking sever il other cars along and doing
s mie damage to the track. One of the
section bands who was in the caboose re
ceived slight iujuries about the head and
one hand. This occurred near Olma'ead
Tuesday evening and the wreck vfas re
moved and the track repaired in time to
allow the passenger to come In but a few
hours behind time.
The case of Wm Fischer vi. F rnbakcr
came up in fie court of Magistrate Com
ings yesterday forenoon. Mr. Fischer was
here to attend the suit; Messrs. Farnbaker
& Co., were also on hau l. Both had coun
sel, Mr. Geo. W. Hendricks appearing for
the defyndnts sal Mr. Angus Loek for tho
c mp!ifnaut. A motion by counsel for the
dtfene, for a continuanco of tho case f"r
the purpose of preraittjng flia procurement
of witnesses, was argued at some length by
both bides and was finally granted by the
court, tho day for the trial being further
postponed until the 21 of February. This
was an unfavorable turn of afftirs for Mr.
Fischer who had boen to the expense of
oniing here twice without accmplishlog
anything and who w mid then have to come
agaii on the da'o named. Besides, tho
triil of tho thief, Festo, is set at St. Louis
r the 80th instant, and in order to conviot
hiin it will bo necessary to produce some
of the property stolen. Mr. Fischer con
cluied, against tho advice of counsel
compromise tha tna'.ter with Messrs. Farn-
baker, paying them fifty dollars and the
cos's of ho proceedings so far as they had
gone, in settlement of all matters at issue,
a'id receiving the watch aud chain, and
also a locket which had heretofore not been
mentioned. Thus the watch and chain have
c t Mr Fisher for the second time fully as
much as their value; but he was determined
to have them, chitfly perhaps in order to
convict tho scamp who put him to all tho
trouble and txpeosu.
Some strong additional evidence
against the two black scoundrels, Williams
a'id Washington, was discovered by Chief
Myers yesterday, in the form of several
scraps uf newspapers, lying-in the ground
where Mr. P. Fitzgerald's safo had been
broken open. They wore pieces of the
St. Louis Globe-Democrat and New Or
leans Times-Democrat. Mr. H. E. Ince, of
whom the thieves had purchai 'd the pow
der, being questioned, statod that those
were th papers be had used in wrapping
up the powder for the two negroes and,
most conclusive of all, Mr. luce's
name appeared nn one of the slips, printed
there at New Orleans. This clinches the
matter and makes the evidence such as
leaves no room whatever for doubting the
guilt of the prisoners. Mr. Ince identifies
the prisoners as those who bought
the powder from him the night of
tho burglary; he describes the
pipor in which the powdor was wrapped;
the paper picked upon the ground where the
powdor was mod answes'to this dUcrip
tion and bears Mr. Ince's name, why, a
stronger chain of circumstantial evidence
could not be manufactured by the shrewdest
lawyer; it is almost as strong as
that which connocts a certain member of
the Pulaski County returning board with
the Spann-Lodge election frauds; and in
this case, tho culprits, though Republicans,
but not Republican members of a State Leg
isla ure, and'of the upper House thereof,
will be convjclod and sent to the peniten
tiary. THE PORTABLE ELECTRIC LIGHTER.
At last we can have the electric light
whore it can do the. most good. That is
to say we can put it now on our desks, on
our tables, on our mantle-pieces, anywhere
iu fact where a clear, bright, safe lighter is
wanted. The portable electric lighter pat
ented in 1870 and again in 1882, is now
buforous, and we look at it with surpiise
and bappines,. Surprise, because it 'is
evident how great a progress we have
msdoin the science of electricty; happi
ness, because it gives us a clearer, better,
more movable light than any we have
ever enjoyed. Here is a lamp, so called,
occupying only the space of five square
inches, which can bo cariied anywhere and
is besides an ornament. By simply press
ing upon the knob to the full extent of
the Bpring, (which connects with the bat
tery), an electric cur'reut is produced by
which the spiril of platinum is heated to
Incandescence and tho light is instantan
eous. Tlie material lasts about two
months and can then bo renewed at a small
cost through any chemist. It v. ill not be
long belore everybody will have a portable
eleotric lighter. The price, $5, is so low
that it cannot fail to become popular at
once. The principal office is at 22 Water
street, Boston, where all applications fur
this most novel lamp should be sent.
COMMERCIAL JuB PRINTING.
Just received One Hundred Thousand J
Letter Heads, ) Irish Linen and flat
Note Heads, ) paper.
Envelopes of all kinds,
Dray Tickets, 1 perforated with round
Receipt Books, hole perforstiug-
Cneck Books, S machine.
Full Sheet Posters,
Small Bills and Dodgers, i
All of which will be found at The
Bclletin Job Office, No. 73 Ohio Levee.
THE NATIONAL -BOARD OF STEAM
MEETIMJ in this citt to-dav.
The eleventh annual meeeting of the
above Board will take place to-day in this
city, either at one mf the parlors ol The
Halliday or at the Op?ra House, as the
numbers io attendance may require.
The B rnrd is composed of meu largely
interested io steam navigation in all over
the country and comprises some or all of
those whose names are connected with the
large steamboat interest in the couutry.
The object of the organization is to promote
the interest of steam navigation and those
connected with it, and to shape legislation
concerning them. Tha object of the meet
ing here is take a review of tho work done
since the last meeting; and to consider
plans for the future, and to transact general
business; such as electing officers for the
ensuing year, etc.
The present officers of the organization
President, E. W. Gould, St. Louis, Mo.;
First Vice President, R. II. Woolfolk,
Louisville, Ky. ; Second Vice President, J.
B. Coylo, Portland, Mo.: Third Vice Pres
ident, J. N. Botinger, St. Louis, Mo.; Sec
retary, B S. Osborn, NW York, N. Y.;
Treasurer, Pro-tein, J. M. Schoonmaker,
Yesterday Mr. Jas. 8. Negley, of Pitts
burg, Chairman of the Executive commit
tee, and Charles P. Bjer, ot New York
arrived at The Haliday; and this morning
eurly the following were expected to arrive
E. W.Gould, of St. Liuis, President of
the Board: B. 3. Osborn, of New York,
Secretary; D. M. Munger, of St. Louis,
member of the Executive Committee; H.
C. Haarstick, of St. Louis; President of
M. V. T. Co.
It is expooted that largo delegations will
will arrive to-day from different parts of
Dr. N. R. Casoy, of Mound City, was
down on business yesterday.
Mr. Ed, Morton, of the Vienna Times,
has been in tho city for soveral days.
Captain O'Neal, of the St. Louis Anchor
Line, arrived in the city again yesterday.
Mrs. Dr. Artr has been very ill for
several days; her many friends will be glad
to know that she is gutting butter with
prospect of soon beiug in the enjoyment of
hur usual health.
Mr. Stephen Schwanltz went to Hot
Springs last evening, to bo cured of rheu
matism with which be has been afflicted
for some time.
Mr. Lee Boicourt and family are enjoying
a visit of the former's mother and sister
who came here from Louisville several
days ago.. ;
GOOD LOTS FOR SALE.
On Railroad street below (ith, three lots
8, 0 and 10 block 15, 25 by 20 each, mak
ing 75 fnet on Railroad street and 20 foot
deep. For particulars apply at Bclletik
offlce.J . j
IF YOU Do;
If you want to sell anything, i
If you want to buy anything,
If you want to increaso your business, !
li you want to lure anyone,
If you want a situation,
If you have a houso to .rent,
If you want to rent a bouse,
Advortiwe in The Cairo Bulletin.
Notice In tli la column threw tines or Iubh 25cent
oue Insertion or 11 iw p r week.
port stALK. Ba bcr'n c!jalr, wdrh inano, ta.
A- biesAo. CONB.VU AL11A, Sixth itreui
tVJRSALE. Iilnk. Olintu! Moitf-n,
f.k m"", fll V"rrn,y Deeds at tue Bulletin
Job office 7 Ohio Levae
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE
ON" K XlU-H'l' ONLY! J.
JANUARY 22, 1883. (i
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aud Attractive Entertainment
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Positive Producd on ofthe New Gr-t Burlesque,
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Rplet with Sensations! fffects, Charming Music
and Magutflteot Cortamt.
Popular Prlcon. 75. Bi and 23c St. ivmrtA
(JAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
ONE NIQIIT ONLY!
JANUARY 28, '83.
The Litta .Grand Concert Co.
America's Greatest Concert Soprano,
Supported by the loKowlnij
Signor Ernesto Bal&uiza,
the Great Iu'.Un Tf.uor Knbusto.
MUs ANNIE E. RE ERE,
Pianist and Accompanist.
LOUIS BLUM EN BERG,
the W.in Inrful VI laucelllt.
HESRT L 81. AY TON . .. Marker.
tenirai xus c iiaw. inic go, l. is.
No advance In erica. 7. W hlJ 2'c. R.-sorvtd
Seats for sale at t uder's.
PUBLIC SAL hi
OF TOWN LOTS AT
Tuesday, January 30tli, 1803,
The now established County Seat o' rullard
County, a' the junction nf the Ohlu and Missis
sippi Rivers opno"l e Calr Illinois
lbe oc tlon li on high and beautiful plateau
of uronnd, forty feet above the li!i;het fl ods. The
oesre't hliih land t.i the t.-rmliiu- of tho tit. I.onl ,
blcago and New Orleans, nd Mobile aud Ohio
Rillto''s Each of aad Roads I'a e eWant de
00? bulldmee, ofBctt, slde-tracke at U'lckittre.
On the oppo-i'e skis of the 'lvr li Illinois ia
the terminus of the Ulluols Central, alro and
Vtncennes, and Cnlro anl St I ouU Uailroada.
On the Missouri slda of lb? river Is thn I rmluna
of the Iron Moantsln and S nthom, and 61. Louis
and Tens Narrow ganie Hal! rend.
As a manufacturing site tckl H" has t o sur.
rior In the Misie-lpnl Va'lcy , Th re Is abundant
of superior quality of timber, both hard nd s-iir,
the bet of clnvs, pot ers. flr. ao in and ochre,
and Inexhaustible Quant i ei of supnriol san . for
th mauuiaciur- of , lass
Lots In trie above newlf la'd iff onntr town
wi'l be offered for sale on Tucsda , the S)th day
of Jan, siy lei3
Persons xt enHlngth" sale can r rocil' round t Ip
tickets from he Gas P w! -r fir h 1' ra" and on
the M & . Ft K. from Rives' to Wlckllffn aoi In
termedia'e sta Inn at half rati', and rjrn the I.
C. H. R. from Fulton and Intercuediato point) at
4cn' pr nrle for wind t ip
OP SULK One-'h'rl et'h, and the
ba anee in oneand two Ti ara wl'h pe cw l'tr.
est on deferred paymduU. 8. H JiV UN-).
B B CLD ' KI.L.
Vr. F. UArtES,
at and below COST
CLOSING OUT SALE!
A partial list of srtlcls aud prlcos,
- .33 60to$3 75
5 00 to 5 60
5 00 a Hot.
- 2 25 to 2 80
6 00 to 6 50
19c to5cper yd.
7 00 to 12 00 each
A Cane Rocker for 70c.,. large 8ize.
Aud a'l other Household and lilichon Furni
ture at same proportion. We have at Iminonsa
i lock of all kind and mast sell.
H. J. HINSON,
Cor. lOth tit, te Washington Ay