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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 14, 1S8.
Tin: DAILY BULLETIN
OFFICE: 78 OHIO I.KYKE.
SNTKKKI) AT TUB CAIRO FOHTOFHCK mil
tKANSHlSStON THROUGH TOE MAILS AT SEC
OND CLASH RATEH.
ornviAL hAFKKOP CITV AN 1 COUNTY
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Nutim lu ttiia cuuran, eunl cunts per Hoe for
Irnt and IW cants tr lin each aubaoquunt lnr
(Ion. Kor oun wuvk. SOconts per Hue. For oue
nontn. Ho cent per line.
New Blacksmith Shop.
A new homo shooing shop has been open
ed by Mr. P Powers ou Tenth street. All
manner of bl icknu thing and wagon work
done to order. Repairing work a specialty.
Work done promptly. tf
Tub Rev. Gen. II. Thayer, of Bourbon,
Iml.,sHya: '"Both myself and wife owe our
lives to SLiloh's Consumption Cure. (9) ,
I iiad sutlered from Catarrh for ten
year; the pain would be so severe Jhat I
was onliged to send for a doctor. 1 hud
entirely lost seuse of smell. Elys' Cream
Balm has worked a miracle. C. 9. Hal
less, Binghampton,N. Y.
See a womau in another column near
Speer's Vineyards, picking grapes from
which Spier's Port Grape wine is made,
that is so highly esteemed by the medical
profession, for the use of invalids, weakly
persons and the agod. Sold by druggists.
The U. 3. government are using large
numbers of tho Improved IJowo ricales.
Borden, Selleck & Co., agents, St. Louis,
To all who are suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, I
will send a rocipe tliat will cere you, free
of charge. This great remedy was
discovered by a iniuister iu South America.
Send a sell-addressed envelope to the Rev.
Joseph T. Inman, Station D., New York
What Women Should Use.
Dyspepsia, weak back, despondency and
other troubles caused me fearful suffering,
but Parker s Ginger Tonic makes me fool
like a uew being. A great remedy. Every
woman should use it. Mrs. Garitz, Pitts
burg. Farmer and others desiring a ceDtecl,
lucrative agency business, by which f5 to
$20 a day can bo earned, send address at
once, on postal, to LI. C. Wilkinson & Co.,
195 and 197 Fultou street. New York.
Nervousness, Nervous Debility, Neural
gia, Nervous Shock, St. Vitus Dacce, Pros
tration, and all diseases of Nerve Genera
tive Organs, Bre all permanently and radi
cally cured by Allen's Brain Food, thereat
botanical remedy, f 1.00 pkg , 8 for $5.
A Good Restaurant.
If you want a ((ood meal callatSchoen
meyer's Restaurant cor. lOih st. and Wash
"inn ve. Only 25 cts. for a regular meal,
aud day boarding will And the best Accom
modation on reasonable terms.
12-37, 2 m.
Ark you made uiisurailo by Indigestion,
Constipat'iou, Dizziness, Lot of Appetite,
Yellow Skiu'f Suiloh's Vital zer is a posi
tve cure. (10)
Mary Greenfield, Uallatia, says: "Brown's
Iron Bitters completely cured mo of nerv
ousness, constipation and general debility."
To Tho West.
There are a number of routes leading to
tho above-mentioned section, but the direct
aud reliablo route is via Saint Lou'u and
over the Mit.8 mri Pacific Railway. Two
trains daily are run from the Grand Uniou
Depot, S lint Louis to K msas City, Leaven
worth, Atchison, St. Joseph and Omaha.
Pullman IMacu Sleeping Curs of the very
fir. est make are attached to nil trains.
At Kansas City Union Depot, passengers
for Kansas, Colorado, IS ow Mexico nnd Cal
iforuia connect with cxpiest trains of all
At Atchison, connection is made with
express trains for Kansas and Nebraska
At Omaha, connection is mado with the
Overland train lor California.
This line oilers to parties enroute to the
West and Northwest, not only fast time
and superior accomodations, but beautiful
scenery, us it passes through the finest por
tion of Missouri and Nebraska. Send for
illustrated maps, pamphlets, &c, of this
line, which will be mailed tree.
C. B. KtXNAS, F. C11A.NUI.K.H,
Ai't Oou'l Pass. Agent. Guu'l Pans Agent.
uucKieirs Arnica Salve
The Best Salve '.n the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt ULeum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
2." cents par box. For sale by Gno. E
Premature gtsyncss avoided by using
Parker's Hair Balsam, distinguished for its
cleanlinuFS and perfume.
Fortuues for Fanners aud Mechanics
Thousands of dollars cau lie saved by us
ing proper Judgmeut in taking caro of the
health of yourself and family. If you are
Bilious, have sallow complexion, poor appe
tite, tow nnd depressed spirits, and generally
debilitated , do not delay a moment, but
go at once and procure a bottle of those
wonderful Electric Bitters, whlcti never fail
to cure, and that for the trifling sum of fif
ty cento. Tribune. Sold by Harry W,
Schuh. " (i)
Having purchased the bakery oi J,
Anthony, ou Washington avenue between
Vth aud 10th streets, I prepared to oiler to
the public at all times fresh bread, cakes,
Ac. of the best quality at the lowest prices
to b i found in the city. Call and see oia.
13-1 S tf Jacob Latkrk.
Cottage For Sal.
I offor my cottage next to the
corner ot 21st and Poplar streets,
East aide, at bargain. An
plv oo premises or f me atN w York
' 11 v
M. 8. LEKTcovrrru.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices Id these eoiamn. tea cents per Una,
tuh in'tlnn and vrhHthitr marked or Dot, il caicn
Med to fowa-d any mail's btutnos Interest sre
Drift wood isruMiiDiz down the river
in large quantities at a rapid rate.
For Sale Whito Leghorn Eggs, pure
strain, $1.00 por setting ot 18. Apply to
E. A. Burnett.
Mr. Harry Manning his returned from
his trip east.
Hon. J. II. Oberly has gono homo
Schoolchildren will rJnd The Bolle
tin scratch-books Nos. 2 aud 8 tor salo at
Phil Saup's candy store. tf
- Lust night a thick fog rusted over the
city and on the river. The running of
steamboa's was suspended.
B b Henderson was the Dame of negro
who was arrested by the officers Monday
on the steamer Tyler, and turned over to
The hit of the season: The "Our
Bachelor Cigar 1" at Barclay Brothers'
Yesterday morning a largo party of
gentlemen, thirty in all, from Dubuque,
Iowa, breakfasted at The Halliduy and then
continued on their pleasure trip south.
Two cases of drunkeuuess and one of
disorderly conduct wss the sum total of the
police business in the city yesterday, and
these were attended to by Justice Robin
son. Mr. Thomas llanes. of Villa Ridge, a
gentleman well and favorably known iu
Cairo, and Miss Susan Matison, n esteemed
young lady of that place, will be married
to-day at Villa Ridge.
Du Quoin Tribune: "The members of
the toutbern Illinois Sportmon'a associa
tiou will regret to learn that Mr. Jos. Vic
tor, of Spurts, one of the best shots in this
part of the state, has removed to Y'fl'nw
Stouo Park, Wyoming Territory.
A meeting of the board of directors of
the southern Illinois Sportman'a associa
tion, will be held in Du Quoin on the af
ternoon of the 20th inst. The purpose of
the meeting is to arrange for the fortncom
jog tournament, to be held at Belleville.
Navigation is again open betwoeu here
and St. Louis since yesterday, when the
steamer Commonwealth left for St. Louis.
The Anchor line boats are all loading prep
aratory to leaving for St. Louis.
Some one "ntered the residence of
Father Murphy, back of St. Patrick'
church Monday night and took away sever
al coats, a hat and a silver vessel. The
thief make good his escape and left no
The ferryboat Three States is now
running to Fort Jefferaou, leaving here at
8.30 a. m. aud 2:80 p. m., aud 3 p. m. Sun
day. 23 cents round trip. 4t
Mr. P. Fitzgerald desires to say to the
public that he has employed a skilled
carriage painter from St. Loui, to give bis
stock an overhauling, and when Mr. Fitz
gerald's stock is finished, the painter will
give orders from citizms his attention.
Mr. Samuel Burger left for New York
last wwk fo be gone long enough to lay
in a full stock of spring clothing. He
will be followed about tho 15th by Mr.
Louis Burger who will purchase a largo
stock of dry-goods and notions necessary to
meet the wacts of their largo trade.
Men who advertise In their home papers
are the men who transact the buiue-s of
the town. You can pick up any newspaper,
and iu five minutes tell who does the buy
ing and selling, and keeps alive the inter
est of the place. A newspaper invariably
reflects the enterprise and worth of the
community in which it is published.
Mr. E. B. Pet tit is milking some very
extensive improvements in his store at the
comer of Eighth street and Washington
avenue. The building is being given a
general overhauling; an additional entrance
has bueu cut through the Eighth street,
rear eud, and painters will soon be at work
to give the whole an attractive appear
ance. By letter from Manager Daniel Fruh-
man, of thu Madison Square theatre, New
1 oik City, we learn that Mr. Rodney S
Wires, sdntuce agut, will he here soon to
arrange for the appearance at the Oprra
House in this city ot a talented company,
direct from the Madison Square theatre, to
again present ''Hazel Kirke," which is still
one of the strongest plays extent in the prin
cipal places of amusomuut in the country
There are no indication th'it any of tho
otht r patients in the Marine hospital wan:
were contaminated by the caso of small
pox which dovelopcd Suuday. It ii
probable that there will be no furthor cases,
unless they are brought here on steamers,
The board of health met latt night at the
call of Mayor Thistluwood and took such
steps as seemed advisable. Any signs of
a spread will be vigorously met by the
Paducah is even now cut off by the
flood from the country around about it and
Is Itself threatened with inundation, while
Cairo remains high aud dry, it's only taeto
of water being raiu. And yet tho News of
the former city, on Its Hotspur side, talks
loudly aud nonsensically of Cairo's threaten
ed danger. Paducah ought not to allow its
jealously of Cairo to blind It to Its own dsn
Sheriff Uaskins, of Mississippi County,
Arkansas, did not gut away with bis two
i negro prisoner uutil yesterday, It may
be of some interest to readers to know that
the would-be murderer Pickonawho, srie
months ago, stole at night into the bed
chamber of his euTployer at Osceola sr.d
shot him while in bed, of which an account
was At the time given in these columns,
aud for whose capture a reward of five
hundred dollars was offered, was captured
within forty-eight hours after the crime by
Sheriff Uaskins who" received the reward.
After a while Cincinnatians and Pad'i
cahans will have to acknowledge that their
only safety from overflows is in coming to
Cairo. Year after year these and other towns
are damaged in all to tho extent of many
millions, are inundated for weeks and par
tially swept away by floods that barely
roach high water mark here and leave
Cairo's levees several feet abovo, firm and
unth'eatened, and her property and people
as snug as a bug in a rug.
In 1883 there will bo four eclip-es, two
of the sun and two of the moon. On April
22d, there will be a partial eclipse of the
moon, which will be visible on the Pacific
cosst. Tho next eclipse will be that of the
sun on May Oth; it will be visiblo in this
country. The third is that of the moon, on
October 40th, and can be seen all over the
United States. The last is that of tho tun,
and occurs on October 80th, and will only
be partial on tho Puoiflo coast
Captain I. N. Smith has been home
since Friday but will 'leave again perhaps
to-day. He csme in order to get medical
attention for a sore eye. Ho report all
thingswell downiu Arkansas; but expects
troublo from high water. If' the river
comes up four feut more, work on the rail
road will have to stop and Captain ?mith
will have to remove his store from its pres
ent site, and the ground where tin- work
on the railroad embankment is yet to he
d"ne will bo sever! feet und-r water.
Yesterday Richard Ownes, a notorious
river man, was buried. He was brought hem
in a sick c md'ntja last week and died at
too Marine ho spital a day or two ago. His
wife came enterday and took charge nf
Ins remains. She hired a carriage from
Mr. P. Fitzgeisld and had the remains
liken to the s-ven-raile grave-yard for in
terment. On their way back and when
near Mr. Porter's fatni, the carruge was
broken down, and the occupants had to
mount the horses and ride into town.
From the Commercial and Financial
Chronicle the earnings of several of tho
railroads centering here, during the last
two years appear afl follows: Illinois Cen
tral, all lines including the Chicago, St.
Louis & New Orleans, 1883, 1,053,620;
1882, $1,019,453. St. Louis & Cairo, 1883,
21,020; 1882,123,168. St. Louis, Iron
Mountain & Southern, 1883, 005,258;
1882, 516,369; Wabash, St. Louis &
Pacific, 1883, $1,307,783; 1892, 1,229.-
According to last evening's bulletin
the thermometer itood at 29 degreea hb.-.ve
zero at Bismarck, having risen 11 degrees
during tho previous twenty-four hours. At
North Flatte it stood at 30 above znro, a
riseofl; atDideCity, 80, fall of 4; St.
Louis, 38, rise of 3. Rain was reported as
follows during tho eight bourB ending at
2 o'clock: Ciin, .32; Ddgo City, 1.08;
Memphi. .23; North Platto, .01. In s .ite
of this warm weather north and west the
Mississippi c mtiniies to fall at St. Louis.
8iijerintendaut Raab has issued his
tiriuual circular, from which is leiruud thu
following fa;t of interest to teachers gener-
lly: Examination for state certificates
will be held oD August 21, 22, 23 an 121,
Ht tho following places: Chicago, D x p,
Peoria, Normal, Camp Point, Springfield,
Champaign and CVntrnlia. Candidate will
be examined In hII the branches required
fo, a first grade certificate and in addition
thereto, School Ihw of Illinois, Algebra,
Geometry, Eli'inonls of Chemistry, English.
Several days ago articles incorporating
t lie Kaikaekia river, St. Elmo and Southni u
railway company were filed with the seen -
tary of otate at Springfield by B. F. Johns
ton; F, M. Johnston, J. B. Loach, H H.
Smith, B. C. Smith, J. II. Johnston, A. G.
Brown, A. M. Johnston, L. R. Blocker and
O. Micksch of St. Elmo, 111., with a capiul
nf $500,000 and principal office at St. Elmo.
The obj.'ct is to build a railroad from
Mariou, lu Williamson county, through
Johnson, Saline, Pope and Maisao, la a
point on the Ooio river opposite Paducah,
According to livst evening's report the
river was still rising at Cincinnati, with
sixtv-llvo feet on tho izauifu. All boats
were detained there until the flood should
subside. This lion i will reach hereabout
Sunday, sweeping everything before it a it
coinus aud passing by Cairo without evon
threatening danger. It is safe to predict
that tho river will not reach over forty
eight feet hern, as at this stago of tho rivor
a foot of rise at Cincinnati would not make
over an inch or two hern, This would
mean a further riso of about eight
feet and would bo about four feet loss thatr
In the circuit court yeatorday Loo Buck
was tried for burglary, found guilty And
sentenced to three yoar,ln thu penitentiary.
Stephen Parker pleaded guilty to burglary
and was sentenced to olghtocn months in
tho pen, Four cases against the Wabash
railroad company for maintaining obstruc
tions In streets wore called; lu two the com
pany pleaded guilty and was fined twenty
five dollar and coats, one was coiitintiud
aud the other was nollied. The case of
Hall vs. the Texas and St. Louis railroad
company was removed to tho United States
supreme court at Springfield. Court ad-
j uriied about 5:30 o'clock to meet again
this morning. Thu grand jury in making
very slow progress.
Many a dollar was spent in ' this city
yesterday for valentines and the poor post
office clerks will have to hustle to-day as a
consequonce. The custom is ancient, sud
wa instituted in honor of St. Valentine,
who, according to the legend, was put to
death at Rome under the Eniporor Clau
dim. There is, however, no circumstance,
so far as known, in the life of the saint,
from which tho custom could have origina
ted. But there is an old notion that birds
chiswe their mates on tho 14th of February,
and of Into tho notion has prevailed that
ganders do likewise. Some people, too,
have fallen into line, and do under the in
fluence of custom ontlnsday probably the
most sensible thing in their lives.
Chicago merchants have the nerve to
advertise, aud it is to this that they are
largely indebted tor their success. We
give tho following instance as evidence:
Tho Chicago Corset Co., about two years
ago, begun business on 50,000 capital, and
the first year put $30,000 into advertising.
To-day their sales are over half a milPoo
dollars yearly, and they are xtending
business rapidly every day, with orders
ahead all the time. In view of the fact
that The Bulletin is now adding nearly
$200 ixp-use per month without
hope of return to advertise Cairo, wouldn't
it be a gond thing for some of our Cairo
merchants to advertise regularly in its col
umn, especially as the cost Would come,
indinctly, from their competitors who do
Quite a notable little, wedding took
place in Hip parlors of tho Arlington hotel
last night. The contracting parties were
from Missouri, and prominent citiz.'os
theie. They were Mr. Hnry Boone, of
Sykeston, New Madrid county, Ml, and
Mrs. Mary C. Mercor, of Norfolk, Mo.
Rector D.ivenport, of tho Episcopal church,
performed the ceremony in the presence of
fifteen or twenty of the Cairo friends of
the couple. Mr. and Mrs. Bxme will leve
this morning on the Iron Mountain roud
for the latter's horns, which consists of a
fine, large farm completely stocked. Mr.
Boone is also the possessor of a fir,e firm
at Sykeston and it may bo he and his wife
will remove there soon to live permaneu'ly.
B ith parties are well known in Cairo and
will be generally congratulated by t'teir
City council mot last night in sec.nd
regular meeting this month. The business
was routine throughout. The moot im
portant perhapa was the passage of a resolu
tion requesting tho mayor to report why
switching was uot abated ou the Wabash
road since the passage of the late ordinance
prohibiting it. A somewhat heated dis
cussion was closed by tho passage of this
reg lution. Auothur, offered by Alderman
Patier, decluriug the whole Commercial
avenue tracks a nuisance and ordering its
immediate removal by the city marshal
wa, defeated. At tho instauce of the
mayor, sum i attention was given the matter
of lepitiring an I raisiug Ohio levee, aud it
whs brought to a stage where action will
probably soon bn taken by the street com
mittee -to complete arrangements and have
necessary work done.
In view of tho confirmation by the
senate on Monday, of Captain Murphy's ap
pointment us postmaster hero, the follow
ing compliment paid hini by tho Pulaski
Prttriot is not out of order: "CaotainWil
liaru II. Murphy was appointed postmaster
at Cairo to succued Col. G. W. McKenig
whos'i term has expired, and who has filled
fie olHce for twelve years tiBciently aud
honestly. During the entire official life of
Col. McKenig, no charges of irregularity,
nnd nosuqiicion of corruption baa been
laid at his door, but, ou the contrary, the
Cairo pos'-offlco has buen one of the bsst
in the United States. C.il. McKoaig re
tires to private life with the record ot sn
honest man, and we hope he will abun
dantly prosper in any business ho may en
gage in. Col. MjKeaig's successor is a
man who his been in the employ of the
government iu tho revenue department for
a great many years, and tin chief clerk of
the collector of this district ha made an
enviable record. Capt. Murphy is a man of
good busiue' sonsp, and capable of making
a good postmaster, and wr think there will
be no ground for complaint in that particu
lar. The oilko is worth $2,100 per annum
and is a choice pick up."
Tho following item in late Si. L mis
court reports will be of interest to the many
acquaintances in Cairo of the loadiug char
acters. Tho BUit of Eugenie Carmlchaul vs.
John C. Carmirh iol w.is triod and tho plain
tiff was granted a divorce. Mrs. Car
michael testified to quite an extended or
deal of domestic woe, viz: That she mar
ried Carinichael, who was a drummer, iu
this city ou June 22, 1879; she owucd a
pt million near Helena, Ark., and the
honeymoon was not over bo tore he asked
her to mako a will leaving him hur proper
ty iu thu case of her demise; that he impoi
tuned her so persistently that sho was com
polled to acquiesce, and made tho will in
his favor, even discriminating sgainst
her only daughter! he carried the will
around in his valise and refused, when re
questud, to place it in tho Safe Deposit com
pauy's vaults. He then endeavored to
induce her to deed bira absolutely her
Dlantatlon. and when sho hesitated, he
LADIES, AITEM10N !
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attractive, with bright colors, your faded ribbons
and otlur articles of apparel.
Every package of the
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IS WARRANTED capable of coloring more in
quantity and better in quality than any other dyes
that have been oirered. Trice: 15c. per package; 2
lor 25c. Trv them nnd von avIII ln thVurhti
Try them and
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7-4 Oliio Leveo and.
Cor. 8th St. & Wash. Ave.
commenced a systematic course of ill-treat
ment and ux'lect, finally informing her
that if she did net make the deed he would
abandon her; he objected to tier counselling
or advising with anybody, and especially
her son in-law, and to appes&u him she waa
compelled to forbid her son-in-law visiting
her. Finally her hub;.ud informed her j
that if ahudid not nuke the deed ho would !
leave her, and she do lined to comply bn
abandoned her. Tle:y boar led at the lid- i
vedere Flats, also st 1219 Wanhingtou sve- '
nue and on O.ive Mree:, snd witnessed from
each place testified to her husband's ii! - I
treatment of her. A number of aripiiin- ;
nf the partioa were present at the tin!.
O.VPTAIN EADS' PLAINT.
To a reporter the great j-tty mm dis
coursed as follows a dsy or 10 . lout
tho government's failure to in:i'" the list
payment to him ou tim- :
' "I Was pid lat week alter having hem
kept out of toy moii"y for six v':ks, be
cause of a blunder nia ie by ihe measuring"
engineers in referring to au old level which
is six tenths nf a f()(,t giestcr th .n the
proper level. I never have called a'temion
to the mailer before, b-ciuse there had not
ben a deficiency. The matter h s been
roferred to congress, u.ider the chu of
the jetty act, which requires ah iutelliceticu
of the kind to be reported. The charge
that there is insufficient water in the pass
is abvurd, and th decision of Atty. Gcn.
Brewster that I am require 1 to maiutain a
channel twelve and a half miles long in
stead of two and a quarter miles through
the pais, is in defiance of law sud good
sense. It is of a piece wiui me treatment
I have always received from the govern
ment, simply because I have a contract hs
an iudividiiil. It is disgusting, and ought
to csu-e one's chcjks to tingh) with thamc.
The wuter in the pus is as deep m fver,
and a committee of congress who investi
gated the milter recently, were delighted."
Gen. (Jrrin L. Mann. Sheriff of Chicago,
III., gives this s his txpeiicnru wdn St.
Jacohs Oil : "S. ni'i time, ngo I whs troub
led with rheumatism. I tried St, Jacob
Oil, and wan imt I ng a suif-rf-r.
INTERNAL HEVEXCB COf.LE'.'
HONS. During the month of Juiiuary the col.
lections in the internal revenue office here
were as follows :
Total collections on dis'illed sjiirits, Jtc,
Total collections on tobacco, snuff cigars,
Total collections on fermented liquor,
Total collections on banks and bankers,
Total of penabies, collected, 9.07.V
86. Grand Total faO,1.M,06.
This shows an increase in total of 2,
097,88 over the collections of the month
of December. In d"tuil tho increase whs
1)2,805,40 on tobacco; f:irn,08 un ferment
ed liquors, an I $2,074,03 on penalties.
The d'jerewi in detail was $5)18,85 oo
distlled spirit, ami 42i),1tl on banks and
Thus it appc'ii's that there is a slight
improvement in feeling among tobacco
manufacturers and brcwera; but the collet:
tious fiom those sources were still on;y
about half what they w.to, on an average,
before the sgifution began, and the total
collections are about the same.
TUE TENNESSEE KIVER.
Joll.NHOSVItXK, Tn.NNnssE, )
Fkb. 13, 3:!i5 p. m. (
Kiwir rising hero very slowly. Twenty
one and a half feet on gauge.
W. II. Joilnson.
Tho above gives us to understand that
we will not have much water out of tho
Tennesseo river, which Is jnod news.
Twenty-one and a half feet Is considered
high water at Johnsnnville.
GOOD LOTS FOH SALE.
On Hallroad street lielow 0th, three lots
8, 0 and 10 block IS, 5 by 20 each, mak
ing 73 feet on Railroad street and 20 feet
doep. For particulars apply at RULtKTti.
you will be delighted.
NEW AoVKKTI lt MM.
NoiIcm Id llili coluiiiu ilintti Huts or lt i',.cni
oriliiurtlon or tl 00 pi r el.
Vtarmrity and Warriiol Uuetii at tliu liulItMm
Jon bfllue TH Ohio Levn
A V I'SK M KNTs.
CAIRO ORKRA HOUSE.
ON K N Hi I IT ONLY!
FRIDAY, February 10.
Europ ami .Vm--r c.iV i,riti'i mitc '
Two limit Companies l onsoli littcd.
The European Company
iflcr an rite nil "ii tour tron,h England. Ireland
and acuUai d. liarluu J J-t rH:rm-d aud roi,.
olldaid wi!h MH. KlAL'a
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