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THE DAILY (JAIftO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 25, 188.
THE DAILY BULLETIN
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OftiMlAL PAPHOK CITY AND COUNTY
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice m lata toumn, eight centa per line for
Brat and cents par line each euhajueut Inaur
lluii. Kor obb woek. SOcunia per line, l ot oiiu
Oionth, 60 eaou por line.
50c per Can,
Extra Selects, at DeBaun's.
Li lies liturvit opposite Opera
House. Gus Bitto proprietor, 11-20 tf
For Oysters in any style go the Grand
Opera KiMaurant Entrances on Comrner
cial and 7th street. 1 1 -20 tf
.New Blacksmith Shop.
A. new horse shoeing shop has been open,
cd by Mr. r. Powers on Tenth street. All
manner of bUck-siu thing and wagon work
dooo to order. Impairing work a specialty.
Woik done promptly.
at Ik Ruin's, 5G Oliio levee.
"Hackmkt.vck," a lnstin and frairant
perfua-e. Price 25 and 50 cent. 18
I'dueCod Liver Oil made from selected
livers, on the sea-shore, by Csvll, Hazard
Co, New York. It is absolutely pure"'
and sweet. Patients who have once taken
it prefer it to all others. Physicians have
decided it superioi to any of ttie other oils
fitipppn ITanhr. Face. PIMPLE3, and
rough skin, cured by ming Juniper Tar
Soap, made by Caswell, msara o; e-o.
New York. (2)
in market at DeBauu's 50 Ohio levee.
"Is there a man with soul so dead," who
bath suffered the miseries of a cough or cold,
yet neglected to try "Sellers' Cough Syrup?"
To all who arc suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, Ac, I
will send a recipe that will cere you, fhee
OP chahok. This great remedy was
discovered by a minister in South America.
Send a sell-addressed envelope to the Rev.
Josepu T. Inma.n, Station I)., New York
Suiloh's Cure will immediately relieve
Croup, Whooping Cough and Bronchitis.
Over 230,000 Howe scale have been sold,
and the demand increasing continually.
Borden, Selleck & 0., ssreots. St. Louis,
Mo. " (4)
Mk. Lot), 760 22ud st , Chic ago, III.,
says: ''Brown's Iron Bitten is the best
thincr I ever used.
four bottles restored
50c. per Can,
Extra Select, at DeBisn's.
If I had any skin or blood disease, like
tetter, itch, sculd head, pimple?, s ire eyes,
scrofula, etc.. I would take "Liudney's
Blood Searcher," sure.
Grand Opeiu UjsUunnt opposite
Opera II wm up st iirs, B.i-k entrance on
7(b street. Oysters in every style. 11-30 tf
Tru-ito Her Trust.
Too much cannot be aid of tLjcver
faithful wile and mother, constantly watch
ing and caring for her dearouce, never neg
lecting a single duty in their behalf. When
they are assailed by disease, and the sys
tem should have a tliyp'tigh cleansing, the
tollmen and bowels regulated, blood puri
fied, and malarial poison exterminated, she
must kuow that Electric Biturs are the only
auie remedy. They are the best and purest
medicine in the world and only met fifty
cents. .Sold by Harry W.Schuh. (4)'
A Uunoral Stampede.
Never wn such lush made for any
Drug fcvrre m i now n Hatty W. Schuh's,
for a trial Jjoiile of Pr, Kind's New Dis
covery for Cnrisiiiiip'ion, Coughs and Colds,
All per.irts a'bxted with Asthma, Brim
chilis, Hoirsenei', S.v.re Coughs, or uny
affection of the TiiMal and Lungs, can get
a trial bottle o this ei cat reni'dy free, ly
calling at above Drnu Store. (4i
go I i !e!juii'it, 50 Ohio levue.
The Wm Alba baiibkk-miop in one of
the best appointed shops in the city; live
barbers all tirt-cU wmUnien. eVl at
this shop, Commercial avenue next the
Opera II )U"o and get hair- liming, h'ihiu
pooning and shaving duoe in a:i artiaiit:
Having purchased the ;akery ol J.
Anthony, on Wastbiugton avenue between
0th and lQih Btree's. I p..;,nred to offer to
the public at all times fresh bread, CukeB,
&C. of the best qul;ty at the lowest prices
to be found in the city. Call and see me.
1212 tf Jal'ou Lvi'nku.
A two-atory brick house, damn addition,
eight rooms in good repair. Carriage house
and cistern. A never-failing drive-wed.
Corner lots on Street Railroad. Enquire
of M. W. Ma'hews, or W. C. Nk.wsos,
If you want a good meal call at Schoen-
tneyer's U;taurant cor. 10th st. and Wash
ing ave. Only 25 c.ts. for a regular meal,
and day boarding will find the best accom
modation on reasonable terms.
Notice is hereby givcu to all concerned
sot to trust or ae'l goods to Fred Elmers
nor to pay to him any money nn my ac
count. Johs C Eckemuho.
Two ladies and two gentlemen are wanted
sb canvassers and traveling agcnti", either
at giveu salary or commission. Apply im
mediately by letter to II. V. B., Lock Box
772, C'dro post office. Hefureuces must ac
company applications. It.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In theaa eoinmni, tea cent P' Hni
tar.ii insertion and whether marked or not, ifcalc.n.
l itcd to fnwa-rt any man's builmia Interest are
Messrs. Yocum & Broderick offer a fine
farm lor sale near Sandusky.
There will be services at the Methodist
church Friday nljiht but none on Saturday
John Eckenberg has a notice in spe
cial local column that should be carefully
read by busiuess men.
Schoolchildren will rind Tns Bulle
tin scratch-books Nos. 3 and 3 for sale at
Phil Saup's candy store. tf
A notice in special locals will be of
interest to" persons seeking occupation as
Huttie Owens, a notorious woman and
long resldenter on Thirteenth street, died
during Tuesday night and will b buried
The hit f the season I The "Our
Baehelnr Cigur!" at Barclay Brothers'.
Mr. Thomas L. J'y hai withdrawn
from tho Curmi Times and gone to Mt.
Carmel where he publishes the "Republi
can " May he succeed.
The four months old daughter of Mr.
James Summet well died yesterday morn
ing alter a short illness. The remains will
be taken to Jonesbero for burial in the
family cemetery there. The funeral will
take place Friday, to-inorrow,
Officer John P. Hogan arrived yester
day forenoon from Louisville, having in
chf.rge the fugitive uegro, Clemens, who is
suspected of complicity in the Fitzgerald
safe robbery. His examination will be de
ferred several days for prudential reasons.
.The steamer Gaff brought up six hun
dred bales of cotton and a quantity of
lumber for the Wabash road yesterday.
Her captain, Robert Wise, started from
here by rail for Cincinnati, called there in
haste by a telegram announcing the death
of his mother.
3Ir. Jao. F. Mitchell, City Marshal of
Centrali'i, wui i.i the city yesterday on bis
wtty to Poplar Bluff to take charge of a
man who killed his brother-iu-law at Cen
tralia some time ago and eluded the officers.
The man surrendered himself to the officers
at Poplar Bluff.
The firm of J. Burger & Bro. has dis
solved by mutuil consent. Mr. Sam Bur
ger will continue the business at the old
stand, with the vim and energy that has
characterized the establishment in the past
and mado "The Palace Clothing House"
the leading clothing store in the city.
The rain Does who is in the city jail
here serving a term of days for failure to
pay a fine nasessel against him for carry
ing concealed weapons, killei a boy in Mar
ion county stm1) years ago and on a change
of venue was sent to the penitentary from
Williamson county. He setved out his
turn) and is now in trouble here.
Lad year about 800 Btcamships and
river steamers were either lost or badly
damaged by collisions, tho result of gross
carelessness in most cases. This year the
list is already large, the Cimbria's loss be
ing the latest in the list of horrors. It
would seem possible to effect international
arrangements which will compel Csptaios
to stop running their steamers in fogs -such
as prevail in the English channel.
Crushed coke is next In point of clean
line to hard coal and is an excollent sub
stitute fur it; is specially adapted to base
burners and for heating purposes, while
its cheapness recommends it on the score
of economy. The Cairo City Gas Company
hits put in hvavy machinery for the pur
pose of crushing a id preparing their coko
for domestic use aixi the results are en
tirely satisfactory. Orders for crushed coke
left at th gaj oltlce on Eighth street, will
receive prompt attention. 0t.
The ri-.e in tho temperature uor'.h
and west f us during the twenty-four
hours ending t 2:11 o'clock yesterday
afternoon was general. The only fall was
at Bismarck and was elcveu degrees,
placing the thamomotor nine below zero.
Bismarck was also the only point at which
the temperature was below zero; at all
other points it ranged from four to sixty
aWs. At Cairo it marked forty-uiue, a
rise of tweuty during the previous twenty,
Ia the City of Cairo-St. Louis & Cairo
tailtoad company pioceodiugs, at tho ollko
of Messrs. Green & Gilbert yesterday, eight
or ten nn ire w itnesses wero examined on
the side of the city, among them Mr.
Thomas Meehan, Mayor Thistlewood and
Hon. Thomas W. Halliday. Pending the
cross-examination of tho latter court ad
journed at 0 ;ao o'clock p.m., until this
morning at 0 o'clock. Bo far uo witnesses
have been cxamiued for the company and
it will probably be a day or two more be
the city's testimony will be all in.
The negro Kinuebrew la a big, ttou,
impudent fellow; bo is better able to do a
day's hard work than many a poor man
who eats his daily bread in the bitter
sweat of his honest brow, The street
crossings are muddy, fearfully slushv. Mv
not these suggestions suggest something
to a by no means dull Btreet commissioner?
There are doubtless several in the city jail
with Kennebrew, equally unusod to honest
toil, who could assist Kinnebrow in the
noble work of removing tho surplus mud
from the crossings. Mr. Klunedrew was
not at all averse to boarding and lodging
with the city a while; but he anticipated a
lazy time. He ought to be disappointed
and given a lesson or two in the art of
handling the shovel.
Officer Warian Wims recognize the
negro, Clemens, brought down from Louis
villo by Officer Hogan yestcrduy morning,
as tho same fellow he met on tho tulewalk
on Fourteenth street tho night Mr. Fitz
gerald's safe was robbed. Clemens was
standing on the sidewalk as a spy and when
asked by Officer Wims what whs the cause
of the explosion ho said it was "probably
the discharge of weapons by officers in
pursuit of so:ue one." Clemens Is confined
in the county jail here and will remain
there for the present.
Among the guests at The Halliday
ytsterday evening was Mr. W. O. Bullitt, a
a prominent lawyer of Piiduoah, who wr.s
on his way to Wickliffc, to attend a term
of the court ol common pleas now in pro
gress there, and more particularly to atiend
to the case of Maj.ir Iliukle vs. some Padu
cah parties mentioned in these columns be
fore. This is the first court proceedings
held in the new c nut huU.se of the new
County sent of BalUrl county. Th" court
records wetc removed there from Bland
villo Tuesday last. Tho event is of con-sid-'tablo
jmportaii'iu to WickHdites.
With the ascension of G.iv. John M.
Hamilton, the gubernatorial oPuVe in Illi
nois will have for the third tirue- devolved
upon the lieutenant-governor. John Wood
succeeded Bissell, deceased, in 1800, for an
unexpired term of nearly nino months.
John L. Beveridge succee led Ojlesby, elect
ed United States senator, in 187:J, for near
!y a full terra of four jears. Gov. Hamil
tou will hive less than two years, Onc ic
1834, the chair devolved upon the presi
dent ot the sen ite, William L D. Eing,
for a term of some three weeks, both Gov.
Reynolds and Lieut.-Gov. Casey hiving
been elected to congress.
Kinncbrew's place of biisinefs, at the
south-west corner of Fourth street and
Commercial avenue is closed since yester
day. The license ran out and Kinuebrew
didn't hive the wherewith to renew it.
The closing of the "shebang" is not to be
regretted, for it was about the worst sink
in the city. Amougthe witnesses who ap
appeared in the court yesterdiy to testify
against Kinuebrew was ono little colored
boy, apparently not over eight years old,
who, being questioned, stated that he bad
been in Kinncbrew's place about a week
ago, and shot craps fr money and lost,
while Lace H imilton, Kinnebrew's partner,
acted as "taker off." These fellows Bbould
be refused license in future.
Women have found vindication in an
unexpected quaner. Tho report of the
census tiuniiu snows ;uai rueu in me
United St it' a spend mom money iu dress
th.ui womi-Mi. The figures are (493,000,
000 for men and f l 17,0,10,000 for women.
The average U $4.5 a year for men and (27
tor women, The extrivagauc of women
Ins long been a prolific theme. It has
passed into an aphorism. But it having
been shown that meu spend more for
clothing than woman, what sort of a show
ing would a tablu mike which should ac
curately sst forth the personal expenses of
both sexes? Notwithstanding all tint has
been said about the money spending qual
ities of womn, we have long suspected
that tho money getters were the chief
mony spenders, if the truth were known.
In the county court yesterday fere
noon the two young negroes who -itolc
30 cents worth of coal from the yards of
Mr. C. W. Wheeler Saturday, named Ben
jamin Keysjind John Johnson, were up
for disposition. It was a probate term of
the court and criminal cases could not be
tried, but these two young boyi concluded
to plead guilty, and the court received their
pleading and sent each to the Reform
n'hool for a term of one year. They were
aged reaper ! ively thirteen and fifteen years.
Another young negro, also guiPy of larceny,
swore that ho wa over sixtom yeuts of
age, which would exclude him from the
R-jforuj school, but there is some evidence
that he is not so old and only claimed to
be over sixteen in order to avoid sharing
the fato of his two companions. Ha was
remanded back to jail and will be tried at
the criminal term of the court. No im
portant probate business was done.
The charges mado by the Sparta
Plaindealer (Republican) against thosonow
in chaigo ot the Chester Penitentiary
are briefly as follows: "That tho' 'warden
of the institution ia absent about one third
of bis time; that tho appropriation for tho
year endiuft July, 18S3, is now all exhaust
ed; that the profit said to be mado iu the
brick-yard connected with the peniten
tiary is all on paper; that in the last can
vass, tho purchasing agent spent his time
and tho petiiteutlary teams in electioneer
ing for tho Rjpubllcsu candidates for
congress; that the poote t beef for the
U80 of the inmates is purchased at highest
pi ices, and that notably in October its
quality was so Inferior that it would not
bo used and the supply needed was or
dvred from tho town of Chester; that high
prices for supplies of til kluds are paid to
St. Louis firms when tho smno kiud of
goods cun bo had much cheaper in Chi
cago and that the purchasing agent charged
two dollars a pair for uniform caps that
could be bought at retail for one dollar and
a half. An investigation would seem to
be in order.
M. B. Custis will produce his now fa
mous characterization of "Saru'l tf Posen,"
at tho Ca'ro Opera Homo January 80ih.
Mr. Curtis assumes a "make-up" which is
admirably suited to the rolo of Plastrick in
feature gnd dialect, and fully sustains the
assumption. It is without doubt one of
tho best characterizations now presented on
the stage. The rendition is entirely free
from exaggeration and extravagances,
which might be looked for, and Mr. Curtis
as the euergetic, houest yet shrewd drum
mer wins and holds tho sympathies of the
audience from beginning to end of play.
There are many features in the represen
tation tL.Ht are deserving of praise, and
contribute to render the comparatively new
drama worthy of the excellent reputation
it has gained. The play will be handsome
ly mounted and set, tho first act represent
ing the interior of a metropolitan jewelry
store, will undoubtedly bo very handsome,''
as the management carry a full and com
plete stck of jewelry, silverware and other
fine articles of value. Miss A'.bina DeM .-r,
the It a ling hdy, wears a drejs iu the third
act made by Worth, th-; famous Parisian
man milliner, which cost one thousand
dollar?, besiiies diamonds and other jewels
costing many thousands more. We can
assure our readers, judging from tho gen
era! opinion of the press, that we have a
genuine treat' Bud or his ti keM and re
served oi -tits on Sl'e.
I robably it would be difficult to tiod
anywhere in hi"tory a record ot so many
caiamitits to Jiuman life outside of the
ravage ot wir or some of the great convul
sions o nature as have been crowded
into tin; brief space of tho present month.
Omitting accidents that may be classed
cbb-lly as ordinary we h ve the fallowing:
Oo the 6'.h, tho sinking of the steamer
C.ty of Brussels off the port of Liverpool,
resulting in the lus of ten lives; the burn
ing ot the Newhall Home, Milwaukee, on
the morning of the 10th, in which, as near
as can be ascertained, e'ghty-two persou
wete burned to de ith;' the burniug of the
winter circus nt Berditscbeff, Poland, nn
the 14th, incurring a loss of 150 lives; the
Tehichipa railroad accident of Saturday
morning, the 20th, with a lo-s of twen'y-
one- live?; the sinking of the steamer Cim-
lirt.i iu the North Sea, on the 20.li inst.,
with a loss of probably not less than 300
iiws; and the giant-powder exp'osion of
Sunday the 2lat, at Berke'y, Cal , with a
issof forty to fifty. This is a total of 018
livu. sacrificed in six accidents alone, all
occuriiig within a space of sixteen diys,
not counting me lows oy me nooos in
Europe, probably nearly 100 lives. It is a
chapter which is sufficiently appalling,
and tempts tho inquiry whether there is
any octud safety except in the people's own
homes, where they can measurably control
their circumstances and surroundings.
Yi sterdray afternoon the caso of Kinue
brew, the ni'gio gambling dea proprietor,
came up for trial in tlw curt of Magis
trate Comings. Defendant was not quite
ready for trial. He talked as though he
were "a bigger man 'n o!e Grant." In an
overbearing manner h-. demanded couusel
and witnesses on his side; evidently deem
ing it the duty of the court and officers to
provide, all thes j conveniences. A list of the
witnesses he asked for was mado out and
Southern Illiuois' great criminal lawyer
J. R. Cunniugh an, sidled up to the.prisoner
in a confidential sort of way
and with an expression and manner
that told very plainly that his
sevices coul 1 bn obtained for a small
consideration. Kinnebrow went forth
from the court room to find his wituesses,
but returned shortly afterwards without
any, pleaded guilty to the rhaige upon
which ho was to bo tried and was fined ten
dollars ami costs by tho court. This done
anothet charge was preferred against him.
Tuesday night Officers Wims and Tyler
heard an earthly noise in tho deu
kept by this follow and they went in to
quell the disturbance. They found a lot
of dispute bhek women and uieu quar
reling over the drinks or over a g vino, and
they placed ttmin all under airost. But
the mob outhido of 'his party, headed by
Kinnebrow, protested against the arrest
and preveutod it. The charge of re
sisting an officer was preferred
against Kinnebtew yesterduy and
upou this ho was fined auother tou dol
lars and etists. Tho total amount of tho
flneB and costs reached exactly tJ4.00.
Kinuebrew had paid $7 on this, leaving
(27 00 still due, which be started to gather
up among his fiionds. But iu this ho
failed and returned to tho "court in a few
minutes demanding that tho money be re
turned to him and that hobuconlinoJ Iu jail
to servo out tho whole amount. Tho court
lu formed Mr, Kinuebrew that the- money
paid had already been credited on tho exe
cutiona and could not bo returned, which
announcement set Mr. Kinuebrew to talk
ing about "do po' mau" having "no chanco
in do co'ta." He ranted and argued tor
owe minutes, but tho court and officers
were not induced to change their oplnlous
and ho was finally taken to the calaboose
to serve out tho amount still due. His
partuer, Lace Hamilton, who is as unscru
pulous a scoundrel s Kiunebrew himself
ia, was also find ton dollars and costs for
gambling; but ho paid or Rave security lor
hit fln, and he i at large.
7t Oliio Leree and.
Cor. 8th St. & Wash. Ave.
pa.i;nx:ess coKisr otjee,
TRY IT AND LIMP NO MORE.
There has been aouio serious doubt as
to whether tho insurance on the life of the
late Win. Alba, held in the order of the
Knights of the G d.len Rule, would be puid
as a clau- in each policy exprc-sly de
clares that the insunnce lu!i no! !h paid
in case of the suicide ol the hold .i . B it
iu the la.it s-iM'fHiiiciit i.ot'ne issued to mem
bers of the order, reference is made to .Mr.
Albas' case and mi ither similar one in the
following words: "The mortality lajt month
includes two suicides, viz: W. Alba, of
Castle Rising Sttr, No. 54, Cairo, Ills., ami
S. T. Newton, of Casi hi Troup, Savannah,
Ga. They wero both among the Order's
oldest and most loyal members, having paid
about (50 each ou assessments in the
Third Class. Comrade Newton held a cer
tificate in Second Class also. The Supieme
Commander h is directed that tin- claims
on these two deaths be held in aiieyauce
until the Aitisworth suicide case i divided
by the Supreme Court of Alabama. It is
claimed for both Alba and New ton that
they were suffering from temporary insani
ty at the titnoof their deaths.'' The Ains
worth suicide case issimilur to that o' Mr.
Albas'. Tbe insurance was lelused
and the Order was sued, the ground of the
proceedings being that Aiosworih commit
ted the rash act in a tit of insanity. In the'
case of Mr. Alb the same ptea is strongly
made and can doubtless be established.
Therefore, if the Aiusworih cae shall be
decidsd against tho Or l .r, Mr. Alba' in
surance and that of Mr. Newton mentioned
above will bo paid without hesitation.
Speaking of the condition of the order tbe
circular siys: "The returns on assessments
Nos. 48 aud 49 show that over (2,300 were
paid on each, while some castles were not
liable, and aru yet to hear from. In view
of the desperate war ma lo on the order,
and the losses of castles and members in
consequence, this showing is very encourag
ing, especiilly wheu it i9 remembered
that it is more thin ex-Supreme Secretary
Macbeth reported on assessments. Confi
dence is firmly established, and the order
is prosperous aud progressing. New cas
tles aro being erected, and tho old ones
generally adding to their membership.
The suspension of castles has been princi
pally in Tunucssee, where, however, wo
still have ten reliable aud well-manned
strongholds. Texas aud Kentucky have
also suffered largely, but are still iu excel-,
lent working coudition, aud muster a good
ly uumber of brave and loyal kuigbts, un
der the leadership ot tried Bnd true Grand
Commanders. Tho spread of the order in
tho groat nortbweHt, under that careful and
thorough orgauizer, Dr. C. R. Ariond,
Grand Couiniauder of Iowa, gives assur
ance that tho order is progressing in the
right direction, in order to equalize tho dis
tribution of membership, and make tho or
ganization practicallj national iu every
The funeral aervics of the infant daugh
ter of James and Mary Surntuerwell will
be held at tbe residence of the parents, cor
ner Holbrook and 22nd b'reets this after
noon at 3 o'clock. Services by Rev, B. Y.
George. The remains will bo taken to
Joiinsboro to-morrow morning on tho 8.15
tralu for burial.
Notice is hereby given that the firm of
J. Burger & Bro., of this city, is this day
dissolved by mutual consent, Samuel
Burger taking tho busiuess of tho clothing
store, collecting all debts aud paying sll
liabilities. J. Bt'RoEH.
Cairo, III., Jau'y 24, 189J.
IF YOU DO,
If you want to sell anything,
If you want to buy anything,
If you waut to nicrcase your business,
If you want to hire anyone,
If you want a situation,
If you have a house to rent,
If you want to rent a house,
Advertise in The Cairo Bulletin.
GOOD LOTS FOR SALE.
Ou Railroad street below Oth, three lots
8, 0 and 10 block 15, 25 by 20 each, mak
ing 73 foot ou Railroad Btroot and 20 feot
deep. For particulars apply at Bullbtik
Noilces lo Ibis column ltri'ti lluci er ); ittn!
oris lnsttrt loo or $1 00 p-r tvei-lc.
L'ou UttN l'. Two ii cutuifi t uffl e rocmi
1 Mch, on ('ommtrrUI Avt:iiue aliutv Klvbt
wentti htrt'H. M. J. HoW I fcY, hl Ksuts Agt.
L'UH MALE '(.uki sod two and tialf lull on
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Warranty nd Warrutjr U.tila ai tli lliijletin
J oil office TH (ita in l.v'n
L'UH S ALU. eiur firm ai Hanchisky driiiaMe aa
- rtlbfr dairy, stock or vvgeiaili farm or a I
combined, rflenit fori snnrt time only .
KO. W. YOCTM.
JNO. 1'. IIKODEKICK.
OF TOWN LOTS AT
Taesday, January SOtli, 18J53,
The now fstatills hid I'onnty Scat o Mallard
County, at tfte Junction or His Ohio ui Mttfia
alppi Kivura opiioMte Cain, 1 1 . 1 no :
1 tin "C Hod l on a bih and b'-auiilul ijiuttau
of vronnd. tnrty feet above ihr tilth' s: tl oil. Tbe
urarest huh laud to the termiDu- of ibu St. I.oui ,
( blca;o and New eirlsant, and Mobile and Oh'o
Kailtoa! Each of a'd Koad I ac i-lsgarit de
pot hulldtnaa, offlcua, aldo track" at Wiekllrre.
OU lb oppol'e atdeol I tin rir.-r ii illli.ola la
tho teriulmia of the llilnoi e 'enirnl. I alio and
Vmteunna, and Cairo toi St 1 ouis lla'lroaiii.
Cm the viMourt sldaof ,be rivr t tb t-nnlnna
of the Iron Mountain aud !v uihcm. and St. Lout
and Tvxaa Narrow gnuirn Knlirou'lf.
A a matnifactnriuz ttte ickl (ft- tins ro ante
rljrin tba Mienia-lptil Vallev. 'I h"r is abundant
of auperlor quality of tiiuiier, liotb bard and oli,
tho h-.t of claya, pot crs. fire. ao.ln and ocbro,
and Inejuauatihle quantil of aupnrlor aan l for
the mauulactur' or , Ufa
Lota in ina above m-wly laid tff rnuntv town
w'tl be otfer-d (or aalc on Tucadai, ihe ith day
of January. IAS3
f'eraona ai'endiui;th aalocan j rorure round t ip
tickets from th Una K wir forb'l' rat". and on
tbe M. AO. Ii. U. from Klvva'to WIcklilTu and in
termeiliaiu ata lort at half rie. and I ruin the I.
C. K. K. from Fulton and tntrinedlal polou at
iceuta psr mle for round trip.
TH.RMM OF 8ALB -Oiie-ibirl e-b, and Iba
ba auca in oueand twoyeara whb Spsr rent In tor
fat on deferrud paytnunta. . M. JKNKIN'H.
B f ALIl ELL.
W Y. JtAW EH.
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
O.VK N1UIIT ONLY!
tint appearance here of h eiuni'Ut CumcdUn,
M. B. CUlfflS
In tin rmrlcMe Character Creation,
Saiii'l o Posen,
As played by bits
In NEW YORK CITY.
lUaurvcd Beats for aalo at Bl'HER'S Jewelry
Btore. Box ih"t now open.
QAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
ONE NIGHT ONLY!
WEDNESDAY, Jan. 81, 1883.
Tic Refined Favorites and King Fun
makers of nil,
The Jolly RitU-fliulers.
In their rucntiitrtictud aud ImftsW Musical Ohii
oily Oddity of
Or "Fun at the Pleauuro Oi ouihIh."
The Cnmnaov is mad up of artist of the very
blbuat Uramailo aud Vocal Kxeellunco.
Tbo entertainment Is full nf refined fun. aplrod'
with mta or one acting sua delicious voct) ttloris.
"Best Miow of the Season," they all
Haata foe aalit at HtTniCR'fl Janmlra Uln.a
Prices i liA, 50 and 78 eenti, No itr ebarg tor
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