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Tllf. DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFU.'K: NO. 78 OHIO LF.VFX
KNTGKKII AT TF1 B CAIRO rOSTORFICK FOll
TRANSMISSION THHOUOH TIIE MAIM AT SEC
OND CLASH RATES.
OFloiAL PAPKR OP CITY AND COCNTY
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice. Ii. Mil. rouran, eiRnt eunta par line for
iretend live cent, per lino eich aubacquenllnaor
don. For ono ru:k, Sw eenm r,'rline. For one
ii onth, flu conta per lino.
i0c. per Can,
Extra Selects at DoBnun'8.
Lilies IlssUurant opposite Opera
House. Ou4 Bitto proprietor, 11-20 tf
Fou Oysters in any style f?o the Grand
Opem Itestaurnnt Entrances on Commer
cial sivl 7th street. 11-28 tf
New Blacksmith Shop.
A new horse shooing bhdp has been open
ed by Mr. P. Powers on Tenth street. All
manuor of bWcksiuitbin: and wagon work
done to order. Repairing work a specialty.
Work dooR promptly. tf
t DcBiUQ'n, 50 Ohio loveo.
"Hackmetack," a lasting and fraerant
perfuiee. Price 25 end 50 cents. !3
I was troubled with Chronic Catarrh
aDd gathering in my bead, was very deaf
at times and had discharges from my ears.
besideH being unable to bieath through
my nose. Before the second bottle of Elys'
Cream Bilni was exhausted I was cured,
and to-day enjoy (nund health. C. J. Cor
bin, 923 Chrstmit street, Field Manager
Philadelphia Pub. House, Pa.
Pure Cod Liver Oil made from selected
livers, on the sea-shore, by Caswell, llazard
& Co, New York. It is absolutely pure
an1 sweet. Patients who have onco taken
it prefer it to all others. Physiciaus have
decided It superior to any of tho other oils
CiurrED Hands, Face, riMrLEi, and
rough skin, cured by using Juniper Tar
8oap, made by Caswell, Hazard & Co.
New York. (2)
in market at DeBaun's 50 Ohio levee.
To all who aro suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, I
will send a recipe that will ecu you, fuef
ok cuakok. This great remedy was
discovered by a m.nister in South America.
Bend a si ll-nddrcssed envelope to the Rev.
Joskpu T. Ismax, Station D., New York
SniLOn's Cure will iinme liately relieve
Crouo, Whooping Cough and Bronchitis.
Over 230,000 Howe scalo have been sold,
and tho demand increasing continually.
Borden, Selleck & Co., ayeuts, St. Louis,
Mr. Lod, 700 22nd st , Chicago, III.,
says: "Brown's Iron Bitters is the best
thing I ever used. Four bottles restored
A new idea embraced in Elys' Cream
Balm. C.itarrh is cured by cauiing dis
cbarge and cleansing, not by drying up.
The application is easy and agreeable.
Price, 50 cents. Apply Into nostrils with
Don't condemn a good thing because
you have been deceived by worthless nos
trums. Parker's Oingor Tonic has cured
many in this scctiou of nervous disorders,
and we recommend it heartily to sufferers.
50c. per Can,
Extra Solects, at DeBiun'tt.
Grand Opera Restunrmt opposlto
Opera II msc up stairs, B.icK uir.iauco on
7th utreui. Oysters in every style. 11-21 tf
True to Her Trust.
Too omen' cannot be said of thevor
faithful wile and mother, constantly watch
ing and caring for her dear one, never urg'
looting a single dti'y in their behalf. When
they Are assailed by disease, and the sus
tain should have s thorough cleansing, the
stomach and bowels regulated, blood puri
fied, and malarial poison exterminated, she
must kuow that Kleclric Bitters are thu only
sure remedy. Tiny arc the best and purest
medicine in the world aud only cost flftv
cents. Fold by Harry W.Bchuh. (4)
A (icueral Stampede,
Never was such a rush made for any
Drug Store as is now at Harry W. Schuh'i,
for a trial bottle of Dr. King's New Dis
covery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds,
All persons affected with Asthma, Bron
chitis. Hoarseness, Severe Coughs, or any
affection of thu Throat and Luus, can get
a trial bottle of this great remedy free, by
calling at above Drug Storo. ' (4)
go to DeBaun's, 50 Ohio levoc.
Tub Wm. Alha haubbb-miop is one of
. the best appointed Miops in the city; live
barbers all tirht-cla.s workmen, Call at
this Hhop, Commercial nvenun next tho
Opera llou aud got hair-cutting, sham
pooning and shaving domi in an artistic
Having purchased the bakery oi J.
Anthony, on Washington tvonuu. between
th and lOiti streets, I prepared to offer to
the public at nil tiU;4 frod, bread, cakes,
Ac. of tho best quality st the lowest prices
lo bs found in tho city. Call and sou me.
, 12-12 tf Jacou Latskb.
A twoi story brick house, frame addition,
eight rooms in good repair. Carriage house
and cistr-ro. A nevir failing drive-well.
Corner lots on Htreet Railroad, Enquire
of M. W. Mathews, or V. C. Nkwson,
A Goo l Kestaurant.
If you wants good meal call at8choen
mever'a Restaurant cor. 10th fit. and Wash
ing ave. Only 23 cts. for a regular meal,
and day boarding will find the best accom
modation on reasonable terms.
Chicago Oram Market.
Tho markets in grain and provisions in
Chicairo are becoming moro active of late.
There seems to be an increased demand
for shippers for wheat and corn, and prices
have materially advanced this past week.
Prices or general produce hold their own.
The warehouse facilities which, enaoie
commission men there to handle produce
to advantage is notably on the increase
Shippers of butter and general produce to
mat citv will and tliat tne commission
house of Flemminu & Merriam have the
very best facilities, Their warehouses are
adapted to the needs of such commodities,
and tho firm is ono of undoubted enter
prise and energy. They also furnish su
perior facilities for those who desire to
successfully speculate in the Chicago grain
and provision markets, especially for those
investing small and medium amounts.
Thoir Co-operative Fund W shows an ex
cellent record; it having paid regular
monthly dividends to its patrons for the
past twenty month, snd is now in successful
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices to theae columns, ten cents par Una,
rh tnairtiot) ami wtonthnr marked or not. ircalcu
Mod to fiwl any mm'e h'let'in.a Intereat are
al way paid for.
Services will be held at the Methodist
church to-nijht and Saturday night.
Nashville, III , had a disastrous fire Sun
day morning. The court-house snd a num
ber of atores were destroyed.
(lend Oyster Soup at the "Good Luck"
saloon every morning nt half-past 0 o'clock.
Fred. Hoflieiuz. It
The public library was not opcu yes
tcrdty, owing to the serious illness of Mr.
Ent, father of Mrs. P. E. Powell, the li
brarian. Tho auction salo of hotiso-hold goods at
tho residence of Dr. Marean, corner of
Fourteenth street and Washington avenue,
begins at 10 o'clock this morning.
Ice camo dotvn quite heavily in the
Ohio river yesterday, but not enough so to
interfere with navigation or endanger
water crafts tied to the band.
Mr. E. B. Pettit has finished his agree
ment with tho New York store, and will
next week engage iu business for himself
on one of the host corners for trade in the
School ehil l-:n will find Tim Bulle
tin scratch-books Nob. 2 snd 3 tor sale at
Phil Saup's candy stjre. tf
The Illinois Central lamia are offered
at great bargains ss will bo seen by an ad
vertisement in to-day's issue by M. Easter
day & Co,, who aro agents for the sale of
its railroad companies lands.
F. Tiffany was fighting drunk Monday,
and was fined five dollars and costs by
Magistrate Comings. Yesterday ho was
only drunk and was taxed one dollar and
The hit or the season I The "Our
Bachelor Cigar!" at Barclay Brothers'.
Tho new trustees for tho Presbyterian
chur h lor tho present year, elected at a
meeting of the directory Friday night, aro
Messrs. S. B. Bennett, Wm. Stmtton, Ju Igo
R.8. Yocum, Col. Jno. Wood, Mrs. J. M.
Lansdi-n, Mrs. J, B. Keod, snd Mrs. Al. W.
Mr. Meredith, who but recently
bought out tho stock of Mossrs Yocum &
Brodrrick, has sold out to Mr. E. B. Pottit
who will take charge in about a week.
Mr. Meredith and family will lgavo the
city, probably for a visit to relatives in the
Chief Myers returned last night from
St. Louis, whero he had bceu to assist in
having an indictment found against tho
follow Fcbti. The indictment was found
aid the fellow will be tried in duo time.
The chief made bis trip oa the St. Louis
and Cairo road and reports it in very good
condition from end to end.
In the St. Louis and Cairo railroad
proceedings at the office of Messrs. Oroen
& Gilbert yesterday, the examination of
witnesses for the city was cantinuod.
Among those who testified wero 'Judge J.
II. Hibinsou, Alderman Wm McIIale,
Captain W. P.IIalliday and Messrs. R. II.
Cunningham, R. W. Miller, Wm Lonorgan,
and Genre.) F. Orth.
In responso to one of tho cards gent out
by Chief Myers, warning tho officers of
differed cities around us to look out for
and arrest tho nogro Whit Clemens, who
is believed to be the third party to tho
thieveries !n which tho lellows Williams
and Washington are implicated, a dispatch
arrived yis'erday from Evansvillo stating
that thu man was iu custody there. Ollieor
Jno. P. Ilogan, of tho night torce, left yes
terday morning to bring Clemens down.
A farewell banquet was given by tho
ladies of the Baptist church to their pastor
Rev. A. J. Hcm, Tuesday night. It was
largely attended, not only by members of
the congregation, but others who had heard
and admired Mr. Hess' sermons. Tho re
freshments wore tho principal part of tho
affair, though there were also some fine li
terary and musical txcrcisrs. Riv. Hess
has accepted sn offer to tako charge perma
nently of the congregation at Charleston,
Mo., and those who listened to him with
pleasure here, whilo wishing him every
good iu Charleston, will much regret his
CAIKO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 24. ma.
A notorious character known to tho
nfflcera hero is Jake Ackerman has been
arrested at Atlanta, Ga,, for stealing jewel
ry. When arrested he was known as S. 8.
Levi and the officers telegraphed to Chief
Myers to know if be wss wanted here
From the description given the fellow was
recognized as Ackerman who had been
connected some years ago with an odi us
affair in this city, and who had but just left
bore about a week before.
A general rise has taken place in the
temperature north and west of us. Thether
mometer was below zero at but two of the
twenty-one points reported from
yesterday, viz: nino below nt
La Crosse, nnd fourteen, at St.
Paul, and zoro at Dubuque. But including
these threo points it was below the freezing
point at thirteoo points. The direction of
tho wind was principally from the west or
northwest and the velocity was generally
light. Ice and snow will probably con
tinue to thaw during tho day, and leaky
roofs will continue to bring down anatha
mas upon the heads of careless landlords.
The committee having in charge the
Grand Masquerade Ball of the Mystic
Krew, are making arrangements to have a
largo number of costumes here by the 2nd
or 3rd of February for use at tho ball.
They will be the finest lot of costumes that
have ever been brought to Cairo, aud will
be rented at prices just sufficient to cover
the cost of rental and expenses for bring
ing and returning. The Bal Masque of the
Krew will be the grandest of the many
splendid balls given by them that have
heretofore delighted the people of Cairo.
No expense or effort is being spare I to
make it all that the people ca'4 expect.
They have heretofore striven to give satis
faction, and they do not intend that this
year's frolics shall lie a failure. Let every
body remember the date, Tuesday Feb'y
A special from Milwaukee says: "The
action of Gen Sharlo, governor of the Sol
diers' home, for no? complying with the
request for aid at the Newhall housf dis
aster in refusing to send steamer, is to be
made a matter of oflhial investigation.
Congressman Deuster has taken necessary
steps and is assisted by Senator Logan.
Mrs. Sylvester Bleeker, wife of the man
ager of the Tom Thumb company, died
from injuries sustained in the Newhall dis
aster. She tried to escape on a rope from
bed clothing, but lost her hold dislocating
her left shoulder, breaking her left arm,
dislocating her left hip, fracturing her
right leg and sustaining numerous cuts
over the body. She vas 50 years old and
married in 1842. Tho remains will be
taken to Brooklyn to-morrow. .Too. Gil
bert, the actor, improves slowly. He is
ablotositup in bed, but bis mind is not
yet recovered, and he asks continually
how he came to be bruised. He is under
the impression that his wife is in Louis
ville visiting her sister.
A brakeman on tho Illinois Central
railroad, named Wm. Doss, wss arrested
yesterday bv Officer Mahanny upon a war
rant sworn .nit tiy Florinda Herbert, charg.
Ing him with having threatened her lite
When the officer came to arrest Doss the
latter ran iiito a caboose, picked up an iron
bar and threatened thu ofB :er with prompt
transportation to the. blue beyond it he
caine further. But the officer was not ter
rified and soon succeeded in couvincing
Doss that ho had better come aloug.
Brought before Magistrate Comiugs, the
charge of carrying concealed weapons was
preferred against Doss, for a dangerous
looking slung-phot was found upon his
person. The court asussed a floe of twen
ty five dollars and c 6ts, which induced
Doss to use somo very offensive language
toward the court, and this'in turn inucod
the court to assess another fine of five dol
lars aud costs for contempt of court. Uu
det these too fines Doss was takon to jail,
leaving the charge of having threatened to
kill tho woman, Herbert, atill pending
against him. Duas is a small man but an
uDtisually bad one. He is said to have
served a term iu the penitentiary for hav
ing killed a man.
Near a small school house in the vi
cinity of Mounds Junction the body of a
white man was found by a number of
school children last Saturday. Decomp.
kition hnd set in to such nn extent that
recognition by his features would have
been impossible oven by those who might
have known him. From hit clothing
however, which was neat and compara
tively new, the body wss recognized by
some who lived in the vicinity, as that of a
German peddler who had come through
there about a week or ten days bofore. A
leather memorandum bouk wss found in
ono pocket, in which tho address of a
Clncinuall firm waa written; and the firm
was written to for information concerning
tho dead man, but whether a reply bus
been obtaiued wo failed to lnarn. The im
pression among tho people 'of Mounds
Junction is that the man was murdered,
and they aro confirmed In t)0 belief by
the faot that tho peddler, wlmn bo passed
through the place, was followed by an
other stranger. But owing to tho ad
vancod stage of decomposition it was im
possible to diacover any marks of violence
on tho body. Tho first evidence of tho
presence of decompose matter, had by
rcsidonts of the place, was the strong
smell which was waftud in their faces when
passing tho school house, but this was
thought to arise from a dead Ing or other
animal and no investigation wss made.
But just after the late snow, children began
to slide down the hill near tho school and
tney accident ly came upon tho body at the
foot of the bill.
The Litta Grand Concert company
bad a tine audience at tho Opera House
last night. Both as to character and sizo
the audieiieo was very flattering and the
virdict rendered by it upon tho perform
ance, in the hearty and prolonged bun-U of
applause, was o compliment of which the
company may be justly proud, for it wss
rendered by persona of refined musical
tsstus. The programme comprised solos,
duetts, and quartettes, instrumental and
vocal, from the masters of music, and
their rendition throughout was excellent.
M'lle Litta has a musical voice, well
trained, nnd she manages it with fine effect.
She captivated tho audience from the first
and with each appearance gained a new
triumph. Her productions throughout were
excellent and called forth at times wild
applause. She was encbored at each sp
penranco and in several instances called be
fore the curtain two and three times before
tho audience would be satisfied. This
latter was the case after her rendition, as
an enchore, of the charming little Scotch
song, "Coining Through the Rye," which
was given in the sweetest manner possible
Signoro Ernsto Baldauzi and Mr. Julius
Bereghy also distinguished themselves and
shared largely in the audience's favors, as
did also Miss Annie E. Beere, who has t
sweet voice and uses it passing well
Buc the selections on the violoncello, by Mr
Bluraenbcrg, accompanied on the piano by
Mr. Joseph Harrison, were masterly and
deserve much mora extended mention than
wo can give them her. Mr." Blumcnburg
surprised probably every one in the au
dience by tho enchanting harmony ', he drew
from what saemod an uuwieldy, unmusical
iustrument. That the audience enjoyed a
grand musical treat and the Litta com
pcy a grand triumph is a sentioioDt upon
which tborecau be no disagreement.
Mr. F. M. Crane has begun active wotk
in his mission here, to establish an organi
z ition among the young men of the city
for the promotion amony them
of ttie objects of the Young
Men's Christian Association. A meeting of
young men was held a day or two ago in
the lecture room of the Presbyterian church,
at which a committee was appointed whose
duty it shall tie to select rooms in a con
veuient part of the city, in which meetings
shall bo held. Mr. Crane conns
here at the solicitation of President
Ackerman, of the Illinois Central railroad,
and at the f-xnense of that compatiy.
The oMect will be to organizi the young
men employed by the railroad company,
and such others as may desire to join, into
a society which shall establish und main
tain a reading room where members of
the society may spund their idle hours ia
reading, harmless amusement, and literary
and devotional exercises. Tho society will
be governed by the constitution adopted
by the international conference of the
Young Mens' Christian Association, but it
will be an independent society, having no
expenses whatever except th'ise resulting
from the maintainance of the reading
room, and that will be but slight, The
members will be of three classes, those who
are activo church members, thoie who
aro not church members, but desire to
share the benefits of the society aud those
who can only make themsclvos felt in the
society oy their contributions, but whose
other duties prevent them from taking any
active part in the ox rcises and sharing in
the benefits. The objtct is certainly a
noble one nnd ought to have the besrty
support of all good citizens, particularly
the young men. The committee appointed
to st.lect rooms is expected to report in a
few days, aud when rooms shall havo been
selected meetings w H bo called. It Is the
object to got rotuns in a part of the city
that will be convenient to railroad men
snd others, and when they shall have been
decided upon due notice will be given ,
SAM'L OF POSEN.
Tiio distinguished comedian, M. B. Cur
tis, will make his first appearance in this
city on the nbovo evening, in the great
comedy success, Sam'l of Posen, the Com
mercial Drummer. It ia perhaps superflu
ous to praise this comedy, ss it Las been
seen by many persons in this city, but it
ought to be said that its production here
will bo rendered notable in several ways.
TluJsettingHjwill all be new and appropriate,
while tho store scene wilt be something un-
examplificd in realism snd splendor. Mr.
M. B. Curtis, a host ia himself, will be as
sisted by a company of rare excellence,
and everything will be dono to present this
very popular comedy in a stylo never bc
fore npproached. An entertainment is in
sured in co lsequeuco of these preparations
that cannot fall to please tho vast audience
that will doubtless attend. There is slready
an inquiry for seats, and those who want
choice places should securo thorn st once.
AUCTION I AUCTION I
At thu corner of Fourteenth street and
Washington avenue on Wednesday morn
ing, at 10 oclock, January 24th, '8J,
I will sell at auction, all my household
goods consisting of cook stove, and kitchen
furniture, tables, wash-stands, bureaus,
sofa lounge, chairs, child's crib and buggy,
bedsteads, spriugs, mattresses, safe, window
shades, and many other articles ton numer
ous to mention. Terma cash.
I)h. W. II. Mar kan.
Oliio Lgvgg arxd.
Cor. 8th St. & Wash. Ave.
PAINLESS COBZS? CUJUi.
TRY IT- AND LIMP NO MORE.
Am tig the guests at The Halliday yes
terday were two gentlenu n from Ainstei
dam, llol! o,d, w ho-e presence here is of
some importance to the St. L tiis aud Cairo
railronil. Thjy were M II. M. Huyde
coper and J. X. Van Eeghan, two of tho
principal bond. holders of t'.e r a 1 named.
They hive been in this country fur some
weeks, making a pleasure tour. Vli'-y ar
rived here yesterday afternoon. Last even
ing, in response to a telegram from Cap
tain Wildanis, Col. Charles Hanso.. sup
erintendent of tho road, and Mr. Otto
Schniiz, civil engineer, arrived by special
car from St. Louis, and met the strangers
at The Halliday.
The object of the visit r f Messrs. Huyde
coper and Vim E-gbau is to mike an in
spection of their road and acquaint them
selves personally with hffiirs concerning it.
They will tturt to-day, in company wi'h
Col. Hamilton and Mr. Schniiz, on an in
spection trip over the road to St. Louis, and
from there ttiev will return east and home.
GRAND MASQUERADE BALL!
mawdi okas moht.
Fell. tVh, 1sm:1, t
By J'.'HN SCHEELS,
Corner 9th and Cedar Street.
GOOD LOTS FOR SALE.
On Railroad ttieel below Gth, three lots
8, 0 and 10 block 15, 23 by 30 each, mak
ing 75 feet on Rtllroad street and 20 feet
deep. For particulars apply at Bulletin
The partnership bertofore exisnng be
tween the undersigned, under the firm name
and style of Yocum & Broderick, i- this day
dissolved. Jno. P. Broderick will alone
receive and pay sll debts of the late part
Cairo, Ills., Jan'y 22 ul,13.
It QfO. W. Yoccm.
J.vo. P. Brodekice.
Mr. Claude, of Elgin, is visiting
Cameron and family In this city.
Mr. R. Vaughn, of the Mobile & Ohio
railroad offices, is in Mobibi on a week'
visit to relatives.
Mr. J. C. Russell, State's a'tornoy of
Charleston, Mo., was a fcuest at The Hal
Mr. S. S. Foster, of Alton, is in tho city,
called hereby the illness of his wife who
has boen bore some days visiting the fsmily
of Aldorman Blake.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul G. Schuh are in St.
Louis on a pleasure trip.
General W. C. Favcy is in the city since
Monday, od duty as internal revenue col
A little old darkey, a resident of East
Cairo, camo hero yesterday in search of his
wife who had suddenly and mysteriously
left him about ten days ago, accompanied
by their little girl, and whom he had traced
to this city, Diligent search and inquiry
soon discovered t'uo ol ject of his search to
him, but she was under the protection of
another son of Ham whom sho refused to
forsake and who refused to acknowledge
husband number one's claim. The little
olJ, man Gliding that his persuasive powers
could not overcome tho determination of
his faithless spouse ond her paramoiire,
mado inquiry as to tho little daughter and
was told that she was at school. To the
school he went, found the little girl, aged
about oibt years, made her gather up her
duds and books, aud was on his way home
with hnr when last seen. But before con
cluding to go borne l.o liiid allowed tho
loss of Ins wife to woigh heavily upon him
and make him miserable . Ho loved his
truant wife in spite of her perfidy, ami lie
wanted to show his affliction iu soma ap
propriate way. Accordingly he got drunk
on bad benzine and whilo under this in-
fluenco lie, went to a police court to in
voke tho assistance of the law in his efforts
to recover the object of his afflictions.
But the benzino had made him a gentle
fool instead of a ranting terror; of course,
under such circumstances thu court could
not entertain bis complaint, and ho wss
advised to go home with his child, rober
up and then come back it be still desired
t conipdl bis wife to oln-y her martiage
.Nn'.lcm In tin- column ihren .
od lu.urt inn ur l O) p. r wee k.
L'tJU HiiNl'. Tw.i tew ciltics of 11 c to, mt
A e urn, or. ('mitwrUat v. imp kI . ve Klj.bt
vvnh Street M .1. IHjwl hY, ne ,; a gt.
L'Oft hALB i I'ttntfe and io ni,d livf lulu on
2Ut Street. 1 Itk
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IUK ALL. Bitot el.atrn, nuii.
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L;)iS.l,K.-.B!nk. ('halt ,;
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Jo1) office TS t.ihio Lfv
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cnruriliH'il, i ft.ir. d fr a mort nine nuiv.
(,EO W . Vim'I'M
.INU. I. HHUUKRICK.
PUBLIC sa i.v:
OF TOWN LOTS AT
Tuesday, January 30Hi, lJJM,
The now t-ftiblUhed C'oimtr S at o K,!iaM
County, villi- J mciioii of Hie Ohio sail l
ij'i'i Uintr upimM'ti Calr i, i! limn
1 he i c lino I-on n h ifh nnd b ntlful rln'esu
of i round, foriy l- t aiiotui-lilhr-i tl !. 1 r.e
tic r-"t htk'b Innd t.i ibi ''Trnluii- of tlo- St. o:il ,
i hirt!i atid New Orn-sne, ud Mobile mid Ohio
Kulioa-ia Each of a:d IUad I a tVgui do.
po liuildiDk', ofllC'.-, side trkr at WicUiile,
On the op. o-i'e tide o' (lie tivr I i ,)!ir.oi l
the t-rtnliiU of I Liu lill.oU C.ntr-1, i t Hui
Vin. e no, and (' .in and M I o,. Ha !'ao.
On the lniiirl rl,l of kfiv rivr t Hi" I'rmitins
of -he Iron Mountain sl I ) titu.-n, atid St louia
and Tex n Narrow if ao...,. lUl.roi i'.k.
A a iuannfctur.i.; tc v :t ki lm to inte
rior In ti.i? Mi-ftn ( j.t.t Va lev. I h ro l ilpimrlnnt
of aupcftor lality of tltn' iT, tioili hard M,d oo,
Ik'ti niif tl. pot er, flr... no m updmhre,
nd Inexhamiiblt n jant l ei of nupoiMi inn . for
lb" mtiiin;tur or lata
I.ota In tno above i cwlr UM ( ff r ni.tv town
w i fie otf-r'd (or pale ou Taeaa , ibe 3ii ioy
of Jan'tarr lbi'l
I'eraoin ut:eudlni; the anle run rornn1 round t Ip
tlcketa froir .he One F jwl r lor h I rn-a mil ng
lb'! M. O. It. K from Klvea'lo V ;!:ir.. tt,,d Id
termdiaieata lo.at batf raie-. ad r'ii the I.
C. K. H. from Fulton and Imcnio'.lKiu lnt at
4rcnta pt-r m Iu for rmit.d trip
TKUMS OP HVK -Onc-h rl ci-h. Bud the
ha ance in oneand to r.ar Ml'b C i-r c-in I. u-r-eit
on payment, b. II .1 BN IN S.
b I) r U.r E' I..
J. i. IH.'i'oYM i K,
1. H J I ! . N -.
W F. HAK F.
tf i rt;Mce.
QAIKO OPERA HOUSE.
ONE XIOHT ONLVI
January 30 Hi.
I'lrat appearance here of llio eminent C'limollau,
M. B. CUETIS
In hi remarkable Characi'-r "Vohi!ou.
Sam'l o Posen,
A played hy lit in
In NEW YORK CITV.
Reserved Scats for sale at BUHtU' Jewelry
Store, Dot buit now open.
nt and below COST
CLOSING OUT SALE!
A partial Hat of arl'rln. and prices,
a follow, i
Small Pafe, -Cupboard,
8:) fit) to 8.1 75
5 00 to 5 60
5 00 a net.
2 25 to 2 50
0 00 (o C 50
19c to 45c per yd.
7 00 to 12 00 Path ;
A Cmio Hooker for
75c, liirpc size.
And all oi hnr Uou-otiold aud Kitchen I'lnut- '
tur at. ferns proportion. Wo Iihvo n liuimtuae j
Hockof all kind, and moat foil. '
It. J. IIINSON,
Cor, lOth Bt. Ac Winablnjitou Are