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THE DAILY OAIRO BULLETIN ; SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 21. its.
THE DAILY BULLETIN
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OND CLAM KATEH.
UfflviAl. PAPKKUF CITY AVD VUTV11
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
our iii tt; comma, etgnt ccnu per Hue for
lrI and cent per line eacotulwequeot iner-
tun. For one wk. )wnl per una. ror one
ti onlh, tW cenu per Uue.
50e. per Can,
Eitra Selects, at DeBaun's.
Laiiei U-tauraat opposite Opera
l? mm (in Btto nroDrieHr. 11-26 tf
Fok Omiu in any style the Grand
Opera R-jtaumnt Eotrances on Commer
cial and 7th street. 11-2(5 tf
New Blacksmith Shop.
A new hore shoeing shop has been open
til by Mr. P. Powers oq Tenth street. AH
maniicr of b! ickm thing and wagon work
done to order. Repairing work a specialty.
Work done promptly. ti
at DeBaun', 56 Obi ) levee.
The Rev. Gt H. Thayer, of Bourbon,
Ind, ay: "Btn myself and wife owe our
lives to Stilou s Uonsumpt.on cure.
I was troubled with Chronic Catarrh
BDd gathering in my head, was very deaf
at times and had discharges from my ears,
besides beinz unable to bieath through
my nose. Before the second bottle of Elys'
Cream Biirn was exhausted I was cured,
and t-day enjoy sound health. C. J. Cor
bin, 023 Chestnut street, Field Manager
Philadelphia Pub. House, Pa.
t ive of Charee.
All persons suffering from Coughs, CuMs,
Asthma, Bronchitis, Loss of Voice, or an af
fection of the Throat and Luni?, are re
quested to call at Harry W. Schuh's drug
store and set a trial bottle of Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption, free of
charge, which will convince them ot its
wonderful merits and show what a regular
dollar-size bottle will do. Call early. (3)
in market at DeBaun's 55 Ohio levee.
For Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Depression
of Spirits and General Debility, in their
various forms; also as a preventive against
Fever and Ague, and other Intermittent
Fevers, the ''Ferro-Phosporated Eliiir of
Calisaya," made by C'iswell, llazird & Cc,
New York, an 1 sold by all Druggists, is the
best tonic; and fir patients recovering from
Fever or other sickness, it has no equal. (1)
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. Bndcu, Selleck & Co., agents,
St. Louis, Mo. (3)
Kstra Selects, at DeBaun's.
Grand Opera Rostuurtnt opposite
Opera llouie up stairs, Back eutrauce on
7th street. Oysters in every style. 11-26 tf
To all wit,) are suffering from the errors
and in iisoretioru of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, I
will send a recipe that will crre you, free
op cuarok. This great remedy was
discovered by a minister in South America.
Send a belt-addressed euvelope to the Rev.
Joskph T. Ismas, Station 1)., New York
Mr. R. M. Olsen, 83 Delaware Avenue
Chicago, 111., says: "Brown's Iron Bitters
purified my whole system."
A new idea embraced in Elys' Cream
B aim. Citarrh i cured by cuuaing dis
charge and cleansing, not by drying up.
The application is easy and agreeable.
Price, 50 cents. Apply into nobtriis with
go to DeBaun's, 56 Ohio leveo.
The Wm. Alba BAKnER-siiup is one ot
the best appointed bliops in the city ; five
barbers all tirst-class workmen. Call at
this shop, Commercial avenue next the
Opira U iu-w and tret bair-cutling, sliam
p inning and shaving doue ia an artistic
Auk you made miserable by Indigestion,
OooHtipa'iou, Dizziness, Loss of Appetito,
Yell.i Skiu'f fthiloh'a Vital'. 7.er is h posi
tve cure. (10)
Having purchased the bakery oi J.
AMiiouy, on nastningtou avenue between
9th und 10:h streets, I prepared to offer to
the public at all times fresh bread, cakes,
&c. of the best quality at tho lowest prices
to U", loun i in the city. Call and see mo
12 12 tf JacouLatnkr.
A two story brick home, frame additiou,
eight rooms in good repair. Carringo house
ana cistern. A. nev.-r-liiling drive-well
Corner lots mi Street Railroad. Enouiro
. P W tlP tf . i ... . .
oi oi. m . iuiinews, or w. (J. Nkwiwn,
A Good Restaurant.
If you want a good meal cull atHchoeii
lueNcr'a Hestnurant cor. 10th at. and VsU
tng avu. Only 25 cts. for a regular meal
and day boarding will tlnd the best aecoiu
tiiodation on reasonable terms.
'At "The Good Luck Saloon" im Eighth
Htrett. - Fkrd HoriiKixzE.
Wanted.-A White Girl
to do cooking and washing. Address Box
238, city, stating previous experience, sge,
warned or not, and expected wages.
By the Udica uf the Haptiat Church at Hi
corner Tenth ami Poplar trcot, Monday
ni''ht, JanV 22nd. AdmiMiOQ incluilin
refreshments 23 cents. A c nlial invita
tion U external to all. 8t.
Acjit3ireof four rooms, on Twentieth
Street, back of residence of Juige Baker.
Inquire on premises. 3t
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices In tbme eniamne, ten enu pr line,
n-h r.rOnn tad whether marked or not, ir calcu
Med to f'lwaM eny ra in' baaljioat tnt?rl ire
1 way paid for
The Burlesques, of Reatz-Santley, at
the Opera House to-morrow night, and on
Tuesday The Litta Concert Troupe.
The Cupper and Promonade Concert
of the ladu-s of the Episcopal Church
takes place on the 1st, not the 12th of Feb
ruary. The hit of the season! The "Oar
Bachelor Cigar!" at Barclay Btothers'.
S'.eigb'ng was good yesterday in some
parts of the city, but generally the roads
were to) vuh and the snow not quite
deep enough to overcome the roughness.
Mr. Jao. Vanvactor, an intelligent and
well-known colored man, has recently
been ordained minuter of the colored
Missionary Baptist Church in t!;is
School chiiJren will tind The Bclle
tis scratch-books Nos. 2 an d 3 tor sale at
Phi! Saap's candy 6t3re. tf
Oa the 6th of February the Mysric
Krew gives its graud Mardi Gras Masque
rade Bill. A fiae hue of fancy costumes
will be provided. All should prepire to
Oa account of repairs which it was
necessary to begin yesterday, there will be
no services of any kind in the Presbyter
ian Church to-day. But Sunday school
will be held at theisual hour,-3 o'clock
p.m., at Reform Hall, on Eighth Street.
Mr. F. M. Crane, General and Railroad
Secretary of the Young Men's Christian
Association, is in the city for the purpose
of organizing an association here. His
work will be conducted pntciply anion?
railroad men; he will be with us a num
ber of days.
Last Wedn-sday about a week ago
occurred the death of Mr3. Morris, the ven
erable mother of Wm. II. Morris, deceased,
whoic memory will be always green ia the
min.'s of citizens of Ciro. The sad event
occurred at Q iincy, Ills., and the burial
took place t'.. f.i 1 iy following, at Joliet.
-Rev. A. J. Hess preaches his last ser
mon at the baptist Church this morning
and tvcuin2. A farewell Bociable and
reunion is given at the church to-morrow
night by the ladies at which they hope to
see all those who have a friendly interest
iu the pastor and congregation of the
The amount of new business transac
ted by the Equitable Life Insurance Society
during the past year $62,250,000, exceeds
the largest business ever done by any other
Company in one year. Its Policy-holders
in Cairo will be glad to know this and
also to know that it has not a contested
claim on its books.
The death of the Hon. John Dement,
father of Secretary of State Dement, took
place at his home at Dixon at an early
hour Wednesday, after a protracted illness.
The deceased was one of the most promi
nent citizens ot the State, having held
the office of State Treasurer and
been a member of b ith the State Consti
tutional Conventions of 1848 and 1870.
A dwnatch from Buena Vista, Ohio, yes
terday brought Deputy Collector Wm. Mur
phy'the unpleasant news that his mother was
not expected to live; it asked him to come
immediately and he left by the Illinois
Ceu'ral afternoon train yesterday. Mrs.
Murphy is seventy-four years of age. About
ten weeks ago bhe was prostrated by a
severe stroke of parallysis, from which it
was thought sho was gradually recovering;
but for Beveral days back she began to
grow worse until yesterday when her life
was despaired of.
Secretary Georgo Christman, of the
Merchant's Protective Association, made a
round of the city yesterday and the day
before, soliciting the merchants to join the
society. He succeeded in increasing the
number of members to over forty; nearly
every merchant solicited promptly paid the
small initiation fee and had his name en
rolled. Tho organization promises to be
n powerful one, and unless members lose
interest in it or fail to observe strictly the
rules that may bo established by it, it will
accomplish its object to tho great good of
the individual members.
Railroad cnL'iucersaud train men had
great difficulty all day yes
terday in moving trains into
uud out of tho city, owing to the sleet
on tho tracks, to the depth of several
inches. On the Wabash Road at one time
two engines worked tor an hour or longer
to move three empty freight cars from the
lower to tho upper end of tho city, and it
took the greater part ot the day to get a
train which came iu on the lower incline
to the upper yards there to bo "made up"
for its continuance up the road. At another
time ao engine stopped near Eighth Street
on tin -Illinois Central tracks; another
engine weDt to licraflsiitance and was also
stllod;a third eugino went to help the
first two out and was also rendered help
les, and th re all three stood and puffed
and snorted for half an hour or longer be
fore they could get out of their trap.
Johnson County Journal: '"The editor
of The Cairo Bulletin will please exam
ine his geography. Btoncfort is not
Johnson County. Wo do not have any
licensed saloons or drug stores iu Johnson
County. Please make a note of this Mr
Bulletin." We make the correction with
pleasure. Stone Fort is in Saline County
just beyond the Johnson County line
It is all Johnson County can do to bear up
under the weight of a six hundred Repub'i
can mijority, probably corruptly obtained
and its three or four defaulting Republi
can olUcials whose dishonesty tho Journal
has s) bravely exposed; and The Bclle
tin would not knowingly add ono unju
pennyweight to the burden of a coun'y
According to yesterday afiernoon
weather bulletin, the thermometer was sti
below zero at eleven of the twmty-oiie
stations beard trom, though there had been
arise at nearly all the points reported be
low zt.-ro the day before. At Bismarck it
was 11 below; at Davenport, 2; at Do
buque, 2; Keokuk, 4; Dodge City, 4; La-
Crosse, 13; Leavenworth, 4; North Platte,
11; Omaha, 9; St. Paul, 12; Yankton. 6
At St. Louis it stood at zro, and at Cairo,
13, having fallen 23 decrees during the
previous twenty-four hours. Snow or rain
was resorted from nearlv everywhere. The
wmd at nearly all points was either from
the North or Northwest. This showing
warrants the prediction that we will have
cold weather here for at least a d y or two
-All the arrangements for the Grand
Masauerade Ball of the Kmahts of the
Mystic Krew at Hattman's Hal! Mardi
Gras, Feb'y 6, are progressing favorably.
The various committees are working with
diligence, and they propose that the com
in Bal Mawue shall not be eclipsed by
anvthin? of the character that may be
given. The Krew he always taken the
lead in such matters and they propose to
keep it. Frof. Storers' String Band,
the finest in Southern Illinois has,
been engaged and loverJof good music can
lo k for a treat. The plan pursued by the
Krew in former years in the c n iuct of
their balls, having given such universal
satisfaction, the coming ball will be con
ducted in a like manner. Fine souvenirs
of the occasion, in the shape of a handsome
general invitation to the public, are bciug
printed and will be ready for distribution
in a few days. It
AmoDg the visiting Mason during
the late meeting in this city of tLe
Grand Examiners of Illinois, was Mr.
C. T. Steever, editor of "The Alta Adver
tiser," ot Alta. Buena Vista Ciunty, Iowa,
a nicely printed, seven oluma weekly; and
iu the issue of the 18th inst. he makes the
following pleasant reference to bis visit
here: ''The Grand Master and Board of
Examiners A. F. and A. M. of Illinois,
held a school of instruction at Cairo, Illi
nois, January 9. 10 and 11. A large num
ber of Masons from adjoining towns were
in attendance. The school closed with a
banquet at The Halliday House, at which
Cairo L'xdgc entertained their guests ia a
royal manner. We afended the school the
last day and participated in tho banquet,
Chiro is a fin? business point and a much
arger place than we expected to find. The
buildings are large and well built, amonn
them an Opera II iuse thau any city double
the size of Cain might well be proud of,
and a fine Masonic ball."
Thu bill introduced in the lower House
of the Illinois Legisl ature by Mr. Linegir,
of this city, t ast week, provides that it shall
be the duty of every railroad corporation
and company in this State to first pay out
of the earnings of the road, its laborers in
its shops and on its tracks and all persons
furnishing material, etc., before appropria
ting or using money for other purposes. All
such persons shall have a first lien on the
property of the road, and such liens may be
enforced by Justice of the Peace to the
amount of fJOO. For failute to 'comply
with the provisions of this act, penalties
are affixed, giving the employe after 15
days 25 per cent, additional of the amount
due, arid after 30 days 50 percent. It is also
provided thrt it shall not bo lawful for any
railroad company to require an employe to
sign any contract to release his rights un-
lor this act. Iu view of the fact that
many railroad companies are several months
behind iu the payment of the wages of
their men, an emergency clause is attached,
and the act ia to take effect immediately
up n its parage.
Yesterday officers Mahanny and Mar
tin arrested a cadaverous looking negro
named William Kinnebrcw, who keeps a
wretched institution of a doubtful cbaracr
ter at the South-westerly corner of Fourth
Street and Commercial Avenue. Ostensi
bly he keeps a saloon; In reality ho keeps a
gambling hell of tho most vicious kind,
because it is frequented by the youth of
loose moral i'y, to bo educated in and be
como infatuated with the dark tricks of
the gambler. Kinnebrew was brought be
foro Magistrate Comings yesterday after
noon, to be tried. Seven boys, some of
them under ten years of age, were present
as witnesses against him, ready to swear
that each and all of them Did gamble for
money in the establishment of the prisoner.
Their names were: James Moran, Finis
Parkor, Harry Moss, John McFadden, Al
bert Parrish, Dicy Robinson and Monroe
Richardson. They are all smart look
ing fellows, who can not have
gone far on tbe broad road.
reasons best known to Kennobrew,
he was not ready for trial, and he asked
for nd obtained the criminal's shield,
continuance. The caso was set for tria
on the 24,h inst., next Wednesduy. Kin
nebrew will of course make good use of
this respite. He will seek to spirit away
the witnesses against him or to intimid&te
them. As a rule, criminals of his class
succeed well in thus clearing themselves of
all evidence ef guilt and then pose bo
fore tho public as very angels in disguise
but to judge from present indications, tbe
angel in tb: case will be so well dis
guised by the dark cloak of guilt, that it
will be impossible to discover him.
Among the transfers ot r-al estate
published elsewhere appears ono which is
of more than ordinary importance, in fact
it is the lust legal record in a quito cele
brated case. We refer to the certified 'copy
of the ju Igraeutof the United States Su
preme Court, of Marshall Key et.al.to Jno
Lightner et. al. Some citizens will proba
bly remember the parties named in this
record. Judge Lightner was at one time,
in 1815 to '50, Circuit Clerk and County
juogo or Aicxanoer uounty ana a very
popular gentleman; and Marshall Key, was
a brother of Captain Be ton K"y, who
ouilt oueot ttie ursmearners in thes i waters,
known as the Belle Key which was con
sidt-red a palatial craft in her time. While
Judge L;ghtner was Circuit Clerk be
bought, at a tax sale, a fine piece of Mis
sissippi R;ver bottom land, In Clear Crek
piecinct, tbiscouctv. This land Marshall
Key claimed as his own, on the ground
that Judge Lightnor, when purchasing it,
acted as his agent and bought the land for
him. But Judge Lightnor denied this,
claiming that he bought tho land for bunt-elf,
and he held possession of it an d willed
it to his heirs after him. About six or
eitrht years ago the heirs ot Marshall Key
brought suit against thosj of Judge Light
ner for tho recovery of the land and the
case went from one court to another until
it reached tho United States Supreme
Court which decided very recently that the
title of the land was of right with Judge
et al, and the record of the judgment
se't'.ji all i.u'jt as to thetiiloof the laud
which c mpr's"s a number of acres of the
rit best iu the county and is still ia possession
of Jadgo L:htner's heirs who reside in
the Stat.? of Iowa.
-S irnj moo are born great, other have
greatness thrust upon them, a few acquire
greatness etc. Benjamin Kejs and John
Johnson, sable-browed gentlemen, were
Ji iirous ot contributing their share toward
the commercial gieatness of this alteady
great but rapidly growing metropolis, and
at the same time of bringing also greatness
upon themselves. Gifted each with a well
defined bump of cautiousness, they did not
rush blindly into the vegetable business or
some other stupendous enterprise, but posted
themselves thoroughly as to the classes of
trade which flourish most at this season of
the year; theu weighed nicely every cir
cumstance and finally concluded to launch
forth extensively in the coal business. But
they soon discovered that a neces
sary prece lent to furnishing tho freezing
public with coal was to have the article
theuiselves; they also discovered that th)ir
joint capital footea up tnj magaia-
ceut sum of $000. This was somewhat of n
dile:nmawhich would have discouraged men
of ordinary calibre, but John and. Boujauien
are extraordinary men and they did
t allow their straigthened pecuniary cir
cumstances to quench their lofty aspira
tions. The partnership was formed; a
quantity rf coal of the money
value of 30:. was "procure4" from
theyards of Mr. C W. Wheeler, on Tenth
Street, and the new firm was about to
introduce itself formally to tho public
wher a cruel officer pounced upon both its
members yesterday; yanked them before
Magistrate Comings, wno examined the
law, construed it so as to make tho mode
of entering tbe arena of commcrco adop
ted by Johnson & Keys a criminal offuuse,
and held each of them to bail in the sum
ol fifty dollars, to answer the charge of
arceny to the Circuit Court.
We predict a nflising roception for
Litta on Tuesday night. A glance at the
box sheet at nuder's to-day, showing many
seals already secured. Those who have
heard the Litta Combination in Concert
pronouuee them superb and well worth a
long journey to enjoy.
The Company includes Signor Ernesto
Baldanza, the Kreat Italian tenor, lato with
H:r .Ninety's ODora, and the Strakosch
Grand Italian Opera Troupe; Miss Anr.io
Beero, the favorite New York csnfalto,
late witn tho Thursby Concert Company
and the Arbueklo Troupe; Julius Bereghy,
gtfai Hungarian basso prolundo;
Luis Blumemberg, the wonderful violin
cellist, and Joseph Harrison, pianist and
accompanist. This makes the Litta Com
pany one of the finest in tho fluid
Tida is Litta's last American concert
tour, si next year she returns to Europe.
AUCTION I AUCTION!
On Wednesday morning, Jan'y 24th, '83,
I will sell at auction, all my household
goods consisting of cook stove, and kitchen
furniture, tables, wash-stands, bureaus,
sofa lounge, ( hairs, child's crib and buggy,
bedsteads, springs, mattresses, safe, window
shades, and many other articles too numer
ous to mention. Dk. W. H. Marf.an.
GOOD LOTS FOR SALE.
On Railroad street bulow 6th, three lots
8, 0 and 10 block IS, 25 by 20each, mak-
U"g 75 feet on Railroad street and 20 feet
deep. For particulars apply at Bulleti
7t onaio Levee and.
Cor. 8th St, & Wash-Ave.
TRY IT AND
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
The following is a correct copy of the
record of deeds in thU county made in
Circuit Clerk Irvin's offlcesince January 1st,
Jui'iary lit. Smith Wintou fo Emaline
Rannol, special warranty duel, dated
December 2Clh, 1882, for west half f.f
northwest qutrter, of s.ction 7, township
14, range 3.
Smith Minton to M ilinda Rindol; fpe-
cial warranty deed, dated Djceiubor 26th,
1882, for east half of southeast quarter, and
east half of north fractional half, of section
C, township 14, range 3.
2d. Frank E. Hay, et. ux ', to George F.
Orth; special warranty, dated December
26th, 1882, for lot numbered C, iu block
numbered 27, in the First addition to the
City of Ca'ro.
3d. Margaret A. S. Arthur to Richard
Fitzgerald; special warrauty d'ed, dated
December 26th, 1882, for lots 3, 0, 7, 8, and
9, in block Ml, First addition to the Citv of
Ophelia H. Clark to E. A. Burnett; spe
cial warranty deed, dated December 26th,
1882, for lot numbered 12, in block num
bered 3, in Railroad addition to the City of
Cairo, and lot numbered 12, in block num
bered 3, in the City ol dir .
Richard Fitzgerald, et. ux., to Timothy
Gorman; special warranty (b ed, dated Jan
uary 3d, 1883, for northwest half of lot
numbered rj, in block numbered 81, in the
First addition to the City of Cairo.
5th. Tilman B. Cantrell, et. ux., to Cyrus
G. Simons; warranty deed, dated April
2th, 1856, for lot numbered 25, in block
numbered 25, in the City of Cairo.
6:h. Rbert H. Cunningham, et. ux., to
Widows' and Orphans' Mutual Aid Socie
ty ; special warranty deed, dated January
5th, 1883 for lot numbered 31, in block
numbered 25, in the City of Cairo.
Marshall K ty, et. a!., to Jno. Lightner, et.
al.; certificate of copy of julgment, dated
September 21st, 1882, being copy of judg
ment rendered in United States Court.
8th. Charles Gi!igh';r, et. ux., to Albert
Galighcr; special warranty deed, dated
December 23 1, 1832, for lots numbered 14
and 15, in block numbered 2, in the First
addition to the City of Cairo.
James P. Coil, et. ux., to Jno. Hodges;
quit claim deed, dated June 30th, 1882, f r
its numbered 1 and 2, in block numbered
6, in Hodges Park.
9th. Thomas Winter, et. ux., to Egbert
A.Smith; special warranty deed, dated
January 10th, 1833, for lot numbered 13.
in block numbered 1, in the Third addition
to the City of Cairo.
12th. Taylor & Parsons to Wm. Schatz;
special warranty deed, dated July 20, 1880,
for lots numbered 24 and 25, in block num
bered 63, in the City of Cairo.
15tb. John P. Broderick et. ux. to
George McLean; warranty deed, dated Jan
uary 15th, 1883. Consideration 375.
Northeast quarter of Northwest qu arter of
section 13, township 15, range 2.
Readers of Tbe Bulletin will remem
ber the Williamson County vendetta, which
reigned in 1873 and from which and the
tragedies causing and resulting from it, that
County received the appellation of "Bloody"
Williamsou. The list act of this
aff iir is now about to be presented in tbe
trial of the man who was believed to be at
the bottom of the whole disturbance. The
Chester Valley Clarion gives the following
interesting item with reference to this man :
"The mystery which has always sur
rounded the assassination of George Bulli
nor, near the County line bttween William
son and Jackson Counties, Away back in
December, 1873 is uppareally about to bo
explained. It was this murder which was
the origin of tho reign of the Vcudetta in
Williamson County, and no one has ever
been brought to account to tho law for its
commission. A few mouths after it oc
curred an indictmeut for murder was
fonnd by the graud jury of Jackson County
against one David Plensant, who at once
quietly lolt the country. Ho was then a
lusty, hearty young man. The memory of
the terrible deed and its awful consequences
had almost faded from mon's memories,
and pleasant was like a dean man, out of
mind. A few months sgo a grey-headed,
broken-down, careworn man, apparently
on the down grade of life, was noticed
about tbe neighborhood of Pleasant's old
residence and considerable idle curiosity
was manifested as to who be might be.
LIMP NO MOKE.
Lasmeek, Tuesday lb- 9 h Lst., he went
to Murphysboro in company with a friend
and, weary of tho I if. of wandering refu
gee, gave himseit up to the authorises as
Davi.J I'l.-HBHat, the man indicted for the
killing of B illine-. Ever since tint meb
anthoiy tv.-r,t th-re has bjon a standing
reward of ft 000 for his n.pMir', and it is
thought that bia confidential friend will
claim it to be app'.itd toward his defense.
Messrs. Albright & Hrbiu Invr b.-n em
ployed to extricate him from the meshes of
the law, and should the case ever come to
trial it will doubtls be one of the ir.ort
interesting in ep. h,!ory i.f the county."
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t,K iIi"tf'l IKerteit tn Umu-tiB
J oh (iftice 7h ( ih lo Lcvto
OF TOWN LOTS AT
Tuesday, January IJOtli, im,
The eh tUsMUtieJ Count .Vat o Hllr,l
Conti'T. ' tii Junction of tbe (iliio and M'mli
Ippl Kivtri optiocl'd Clr i, lliiu.i:
Ilia oc tlon in on hiirn m) l. tiiiful pltcu
of i-mriDd. lorty fwt t,0ve tb.- nienr't 11 iod. Th
oei-.n-ft liu-h UnJ t i lb,- Urmititi- of tho St. I.oul-.
( joka" auil New OrWani, nnrt Mobile and Ohio
Kllto-U Karh of mm K.i'idi. li e elrtunt du
pot building. dKck. !.! om k it U'lekitlJe
Oe the oii.ol'o ltc ot Hie nvr In Illinois li
the trintnu of the nil mia tvutrnl, ( ilro nd
VlBceniiM. nd C'tirT mil st l.ooi ltdi!rodf.
On thn KlMouri i.2oof ,h nvvr l iti t..rniiDn
of the Iron Mountain d iiiiniu .and m Loali
andTciai Narrow etiin" Kel,md.
AnniantifacturiLg lte w Kk! tr- ln roaupe
rtnrin lu M!l-Iiil Va ler. Hi re i abundant
of nipertur quality of tinier, both Lard and oH,
th b at of claya, pofrra. Arc . i ao In bud ochre,
nd rhctbtuttiblv qiiaut'i ) of ftiiiu'ilur an i for
th manu'aciur' of ,1am
Lota in the aboY ricwlr laid off count v town
WM be offered for nalc on Tu-d., tbe ,Vub day
of January )l
IVraorn aft'iiliri.'th tnir can rocurp round tip
ticket. froTlbe liijn F,wi r .,r h J- rt. and on
thsM.Ad.lt It from Klv. t' k Wir khiTe and in-H-rmediati!
aia Ion at half rat. mid from the I.
C. K. K. from Fulton and inti ruu diatc ioint at
4 cat" p.-r m !e for ruud Mt.
ThKMS OF Sil.E Onc tb'rl cn.h, and th
ba ance in oneand two Ti-ari. wlili RpT ren' it ter
eaton d' fWrod payment. 8. II. J KN KIN H,
.s IJ. O A I.I) F.LL.
W V. HAW M,
A MI'S KM UN IN.
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
ONI-: NHiHT ONI.V!
JANUARY 22, 1883.
AMERICA'S STANDARD ATTRACTION,
TliK Jl'STlY CELEBRATED
Novelty ami Burlesque Co.
Absolutely the Most Hrilliant, Novel
ami Attractive Entertainment
in the World.
Positive ('reduction of the Now Oroat Burleaqn.
THE DAUGHTER'S BANKER,
deplete with Si'Dnatloual iflVct", Charming Music
and MagulDcunt Coituiuea.
('ipular Price", 75, 5' and 23c. Scuta secured
(JAIR0 OPERA HOUSE.
ONE NIGHT ONLY!
JANUARY 23, '83.
The litta Grand Concert Co.
America's Greatest Concert Soprano,
Supported by the follnwlng
Signor Ernesto Baldanza,
the Groat Italian Tenor Kobusto.
Miss ANNIE R. BKERE,
I'lanlut and AccomiianUt.
the Wondurful Violoncellist.
HKNftY L. 8LAYT0N Manager.
Central Muilc dull, Chicnco, III.
Mo advance In price. 7. AO and 25o. Interred
Beat for il at Under'.
its S CS O (
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