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A.1UAI.ON I.UIMIK, NO. 61.
KiiIkIiI" ol I'yllilM inwMewr I Krj
ilar nllil Kt lmlr-"l netiii, in Odd-
.M.KXASDKIt MHMIK, NO. W.
vdeBlkkv iixlrtK.iiclriit Onl-r or Oitd-Krl,
leHR Iowa, meet every ThurwUr nlKliI
-qpr t Imlf it rii, in ineir i-aiinn
JumiiH relal airline, lielweeii .lUtlmnJ Keu-ntl,
reels. il. I.AMK, N. It,
IA1IIO KNIAMI'MKNT) J. O. O. K., ruwli
CJIn itiM-Fellowa' Halt mill flnland ttilnl
liuwlnr in elerr ruonlli, at lmir-l wim.
.Inn, II Iiimaw,U. I'
OAIKOI.OIIUK. NO.xn.A.K. A A. M.
llolilremilnr rulnliiunleatiotia In Ma-
7Vr iwiilc Hall, eoim-r l'iiniiiiriiiil auntie
' 'and Highlit "tree!, tin thr nd anil
otirth Momlav ureal li iimnlli .
T A l A XT I "1 'J Now
nnn liiKliir mi xiriaiii. .-emi nr riiuiiue naia-
luiriw Aifel,l Mmitcd (K MIIM1 A ( (I
riiulMifriuf Miwonlc Work, Ml llrnndtv.iy,
?.vr yorKr i-ij-ii'ii.
Six $1U I'liiackl enmity boni, pat
due. I!ii(iilr of .(oliu II. r.ct. sit City
National IJiMiW.Jilni. Ml 0t
I'ur Ihr Weekly llilllelln.
IVwom v 1 s 1 1 1 1 1 r luhcrllwniciits or lo
ml not hi liiH'ttwl In the WwMy llri.i.i:-
n.v, "lioulil linml In the ropy liy Tin-
liny noon, of rnrli wrtk.
fiver) tircly to kno that tho jdsce to rjet-
A smooth flmve,
A good tlnunpoo,
A faihlotiablc hatr-citl ,
Or anything In tint Hop,
I at the IlliAMi Ckntiml Hakiikk-
Shop, comer Ki-liUi and Commercial.
.stf .1. (iKOIHIE STKINHOt'HK
Wooil nml 'hI.
On and niter this iIbIo tho prices of
wood anil coal at my yanl, adjoining thi-
Cairo nuil St. I.miN Narrow Gauge depot,
will Iw na follow:
Kour foot wood per cord, f.'I " ; four
foot wooil -r hall cord, $2; four foot
wood, sawed, icr cord, J-l iV) ; four foot
wood, cawed and split, per rord, $." ; lllg
Muddy coal x;r single ton, Si; rauw pi-r
two ton, $'l 75: Mine imt four ton and
upwnrd, SI 50.
All goutl di'llvt'rwl.
1-7-lni J a. K. I..m:, I'rop'r.
lor Uhu nuil t'olorndu.
Tho Atchlron, Tolx'ku and .Santa F
railroad from Kansas City and AtchUon
on the Jlls'uiin river, via Topi-ka. the
capltol ot Kan -as and tho beautiful Ar
kansas valley to tho liocky .Mountains.
'I'liu (lionet route to I'urMo iln (Sraml
Canon, Colorado .Springs Maultoii,
1'ike.s Speak, and all placM of notu In the
mountain regions. "I'l favorite route
to Denver and all points In Northern
Colorado. The U-ct route to Southern
Colorado, New Mexico and Anona. The
only direct route to the Ijiiioih h.m
.limn iniue.'. The track and equipment
Is uncnualed, train; run tlironirli from
the .MI-.oiirl river to the Korky Moun
tains making connection !u I'nloii do
poti and avoiding delays and trans
few. For lull descriptive circular
map, ti in. tables, etc., addres
T. .1. A.mh:iio.v.
Gen'l l'iis.. Agent, Topcka. ICuti.
silver plated No. It Wlkon Shuttle
Sewing Machine, hard (piano) liuIOi,
valued at $. Will Ihj sold at $J0 di--i-ottut,
on good term-1, and ordered direct
from tlm factory.
CiiIori.il and uioiiiiU.il .Mapi ot the
cityol Cairo tit ;2 50 each (hall price.)
A No. WH'on Shuttle Sowing Ma
rhine valued at 7."i. Will Ix: i-olil at ?!."
di'couut, and ordcretl direct from the
A $JKI ltenilngton .Sou lug .Mnelilm
$:tO oil for ca-li. Snltalili- lor tailor or
hoot and .-lioi! inauufacturer.
A fslylc "K," "Clough, Warri-n A.
Coi'' I'arlor Organ, right from tins fac
tory at Detroit. I.i't price, i'.'M. Will
lie cold for S-.KXJ.
1000 sheet-" of hri-dol hoard
i'1-ivi-d at the Hri.i.iniN otllii',
tale to the trade.
t'lly of Cairo,
colored anil vanished, for nlii at
jirice ($'J.C0) nt the lii'i.LCTiN' ollloe.
1!0,000 note IieaiN, W.OOO envelopes
20,000 letter heads, 10 reams rtntements
20 ream bill heads Carll-le paper jit-l
received and for alu at the lti'u.Kn.N
For any of the nhove articles npply a
he Hui.lkti.v ollloe. K. A. Hi'iinktt .
LYNCH & HOWLEY'S
Real Estate Column
Good dwelling house on Walnut, be
tween Twenty-aecond and Twenty-third
Tenement No. 2, on Seventh street,
wet of Walnut.
More-room corner Twentieth ami
J Ituslness houi on I.evee, lately oc
cupied by Cunningham itStilwell.
Winter's lllock-eitltahli) for Hotel
Olllces or llu.lne?s rooms cheap.
Tenements numbered -I, Sandli, In
Winter' Uow, 5 rooms each, for 10 per
No. 10 (comer), $12 G0-7 rooms
Cottage on Sixth street, near Wash
ington avenue I rooms $10 u mouth.
Storo room In "Pilot House," lately
occupied by A. Hallcy.
A farm with good houses, oppo
situ Cairo Haws farm cheap.
A small House ct of Twenty
second street, near Fine, $1 per month.
Dwelling house, on Twellth, near
Walnut, U rooms.
Stoic room on f.evce, above Eighth
street $20 per month.
Dwelling liousis on Sixth htreet and
.IcIVei son uventie.
Upper floor of brick building on
Commercial avenue, above Tenth street,
ltoonis in various parts ot the city.
Landi, In tracts to tult, near Cairo.
RATKN OP AnVKKI-INIXU.
BtJAII tillln f..r ailtt-rllilntr, an-ilur ami i.ay
able IV AHVAM-K
lliili'ltnt mtiiTtlinK will Ik- limeilnl at tli
rale of II ) ir-qu.in- forllie Dril Innrllun
anil Slin-iila formrli uli'niirnl one, A lllrl
ilifuviuut will Ih- iiih'Io on Umi'llhn anil illijiLiy
t'liurcti, Sirl-lj-, t'cutiial ami Siiiiiifr nntir
will only lw Imerliit a n-lurlhi icirnt'
FiirltiH-rtinit Kiineral notlra (I Hi. Notice of
tuntlriK nf or Mrret onttrs M cents fur
No ailTertlMinriit will I received it leu than
Local Bailnoaa Notlrn, of
Ion lines or mora, inaertea
111 Ihn Hullalln ILK fallOWM!
Onn lnnflrtlon pur line a Ccntn
Two lnaAtllonannr Una . 7 Crtltl.
Thrne Inanrtioiia per lluo. ......10 Cflnta.
at, lnaartlona ner Una IB Cents.
Two weokuparllne ......Mb Con la.
uno monin per linn ;id uoiua.
No Heductlon will b in ails 111 ubovu
TIIL'n.SDAV, JANl'AHV '.'0,187(1.
luteal Weavtber Meporl.
Caiho, III ,'..I.in. 15, Ia7i.
llut: j IIak.I 'Ilia. I Wind. I Vkl
'a.m. i y.W I
II 31 isrtl
Kii.ro. l ia i
Jsl- ' ISO 1H I
Totul amount of ralnlall .B7 ini-lm.
.1 All KM A 1".,
SrrtvMA. SIkim &llt-e, V ).,
Cottage on 13th street, live rooms good
I'lulern. elc. F.niiulreof Dn. Smith.
12-1 5-1 f.
The father nl till Itos1! cigars wen
nch Havana tiller, for live r-nts at
l Jd!-tf Cowi'intriiWAiT & I'm i l.l.l r.-i
Allt-llllHIi I Ilraler.
We have four doAi n Imitation Ebony
ipragtie Can-OiM-ncrs, taken for adver-
.l-ing, which wi: ulll sell at two dollar
p-r doen. Inipiire at Itulletlu olllce.
Ilorae ! Ilurtei ! llore!
1 lutru just received a lot ot work
hoe uhlch 1 will dipo-e of at public
ale verv low. Da.v H.iistma.n.
Corner Sixth and Commercial avenue,
Choice Minnesota potatoes at ' cent
xr liii'liel; anil a large mppiy
il freb groceries always on baud
it low prices. Choice butter a specialty.
12-30-tf I.. H. Mvints.
Nnlr of Kenl llnl-
The undersigned oilers lor sale lots No.
12, i;i and 1 1, in block No. 20. hi the city
of Cairo, together with a cottago .-Itu-ntctl
on said lots, at a low tlgurc. For
further information, call at the re-ldence
ot the unilcr-dgned. .Ioiin Scni;:i..
Woml nuil I'o.-il.
I It wood by the cord, $.'J 7S; -1 ft
wood by tbe.half ronl, $2 00; I ft saw i d,
ix.t cord, $1 oO; I ft wooil awetl and
rplit per cord, $o W. Coal, per tingle
ton. $4 00; coal, two tons ':"j; coal,
I or more tons, ?:i .7).
1-0-Iui. C. W. Wiii;i:i,i:n Co.
.11 H ull. mi, Mr Hlllulllo.
The llrst sociable ot Cairo
Couiinaudery No. 115. will take
filir-.. -if ttif.lr nct'lltlii tlil
'Thursday evening, January
20th. All visKng Sir i'nigbts
are courtcoii'Iy Invited to attend.
A. W. O'Niiai.,
.X i I Ice of Ht-iuiMlil.
C. Koch ha removed his boot anil
Ikh! shop from the old stand to UU
new brick building (one block Ix-lnwl,
No. !K) Comuiereial avenue, between
Filth and Sixth streets, where he will
keep the be.-t home made and St. I.ottl
cu-tnin made boots and shoes, made of
thu beit material j gooil worl;tii:in0iip
and In the latent styles. All ordeis
promptly attended to. !-2:i-tt.
Proposals will be received by the Ordi
nance Committee, of the city council, ot
the City of Cairo, until the '2.1th lut
for printing In book loriu the revNed oi-
dlnauce and laws ix-latlng thereto, of aid
city. The mauuicilpt can be. seen and
character of work required can be as
ceitnluedby calling nt olllco of Hon.
ilolui M. l.aiiMlcii. Propo'als bould be
uddrr-rd to the ttudcwlgned.
N. II. TiiiM u:u oim, Chairman.
Cairo, Jan. lo, 1870. 1-10-td
, Xollce t'lrni.
1 have deposed of my entire stock- of
Paints, Oils, Wall Paper, Ac. In the
building corner of Eleventh htreet and
Commercial avenue, tolilake & Co., thpy
to a-iune and collect all accounts from
January 1st, 1S7G. All accounts due tnc
to January 1st, 1670, must be closed up
Immediately. Thanking the public for
past patronage, I would solicit ti contin
uance of tho same for the new llmi.
U. F. P.MtKint.
Cuito, III., Jan. 10th. 1S76. 1-20-lt
Clel Your I.lreime.
Caiiio, Ills, January 15, lS7'i.
oTuiKit no. 0.
To Jolili II. Uojsiiuiii, Citv .Muialiul I
Sin i on will glvo notice to all per
sons having llceno to pay to do business
hi the city of Cairo, that they must tako
out 'tho same Inside of ten
days from this date, all persons
disobeying this order, you will
see that they nro prosecuted under
tho ordinances of the city, governing tho
ante. Voiitsive, 11. Wixinn, Mayor.
Notice is hereby given to all persons do
ing business In the city of Cairo, and al.-o
to draymen and teamster who have not
paid their license for this year, that they
nui;t tako out thu sainu on or bclore thu
25th day of January 1870.
All dellnipicntH ofter said date will be.
pro-ccuicd under tlio ordinances of tho
city govci nlng licenses.
Caiiio Ills., January 1, Isiu.
John II. CiossMAN, Cit) Marshal,
Medicine liini were plenty about the
Shay's minstrel at the Atheueuui
Shay's (Julucuplcxal will appear at
the Atheiieiiiii this evening.
Come one, conic all, nuil eat nl the
grand lunch nt "Our Saloon" to-night.
12-I5.tr I'llKI". IliiniKiss.
The sewer having In-etl openei
nearly all the rain water in the city ran
ueorge I-. Jicvcr, ol St. I.ouis wn
reglsteivd at the St. Charles hotel yester
-Mr. I,. M. Harmau, of Daton, Ohio
Is In thu city Waiting his brother, John
. Ilarman, l'.'i.
-Mr. Patrick Purcell, who ha lj-en
conllncd to his bed for some time wilh
pneumonia, was much better yesterday
- Shay's inlnetrels arrived In the city
yesterday, and will give an entertainment
An entirely new ICnabe piano cah
price $000 ran be bought for about
SIOO. Apply at the Itut.i.r.nN otllce.
I he monotony or .nnige lilrd s po
lice court was not dl-durbet! yesterday,
Noraes were tried.
1.. P. Uaker, A. T. KV-Ily and John
Taylor, of St. I.ouis, anil I.. M. l!oe, of
Cincinnati, Ohio, were reglMereil nt the
St. Charli". hotel yesterday.
Attention Is railed to theadveitise
merit ofJas. A. Vlall A Co., coal miners,
Hnrrisburg, Illinois This firm olfer In
ducetiients to conunier seldom cpialed
in this market.
The Turner Society are making ar
rangements for a grand masquerade ball.
to be given at their hall, corner of Truth
and Poplar streets on the night of Feb
ruary 23th. lS7fi. Mli-nt
J. II. llnrke, editor f the Helena
(Arkansas) HWrf, wa In the rlly on
Tuesday, and left for hU home on
Filty rents at Winter's Gallerv.
A eoujile of bruisers indulged In a
et-to on thu levee yc-tcrday altcrnoon,
and one of them was iirettv badlv
Ite sure and rome to the grand lunch
at ''Our Saloon to-night.
12-15-tf Fitr.D. IIohiuns
A force of inc-n were at work yester
day draining Ihr; pita along the line of
the new levee, so that the work of piling
up the dirt could be commenced to-day.
-Marshall Crane, the murderer ot
Capt. Sisney and Wm. Spent, will be
banged at Marion, Williamson county, to
morrow. It is lo be hoped the sheriff
will make a neat job of his work.
Drs. W. A. I.oouey and Ceo. W.
Elktn of Vicuna, are in the city attend
ing the scslon of the Southern Illinois
Medical As-ocialion. Wo were pleased
to receive si call from thciu Iat night.
Dr. Agnew of Makauda, Jackson
county, lectured bclore thu Medical As
sociation last night. His lecture Is
poken ot In very flattering terms by the
members of the Association.
I'. M. Ward has returned to the
wood and coal buiiie-s and opened an
olllco on Eighth street. He awns his
ability to tellfgood wood and good coa
lor lct mot.ey than any other linn in the
citv. Ills advertisement will appear In a
day or two.
At a county convention held by the
colored cltl.ei(s of Perry county, at Du
Quoln. on tho -1th Int It was determined
to hold a Southern Illinois convention, at,
that city, on tlm 25th. 2fith and 27th of
May, next. It Is for the purpose, as the
call Indicates of Instructing their people
in their duty during the coming political
The trial of the Cralns, member of
the Williamson county vendetta, now In
the Alexander county jail, will come up
early next week. Judge Allen and Dull'
ot Caibondale, and County Attorney
Mulkey, wilt conduct thu prosecution.
We have not learned who the attorneys
for the prisoner are.
The attendance ntthu Athene um last
night, the oicn'lou of Mrs. Saunder's
concert, was very large, and thu audience
one of thu mot tlcet that ha assembled
In that establishment this season. The
exercises were of the choicest character,
and hlgly appreciated by those in atten.
dance. Thu concert was a success In
The ease of the People vs James K,
I. aue, for manslaughter, was called In
thu circuit court yesterday afternoon. Up
to the adjournment of court l;it night,
only four jurors had been sworn, and It
was evident that work of securing n full
Jury would rerpilrc mora time nuil troublo
than was anticipated. County Attorney
Mulkuv and Messr. Green & Gllbcrtap
pi ar for the prosecution, and Judge J.
II. Mulkey and D. T. I.inegar for the de
tense. l'eferrlng to the Georgia minstrels
tho New York Herald says: "Tho Geor
gia's excel their darkey imitators In
many points. The negro melodies Hud
in them tho tlttest Interpretations. They
have a wealth of plantation sayings you
look In vain for among the mere preten
tious delineators ot negro character. The
little extravaganzas mo very rich in
their tldellty to real negro life. Their
audleucuwas a large and fashionable our,
who weru ijulto enthusiastic over their
Tin ro was a good many people In
attendance at the opening of circuit court
yrvtcrday morning to bear Mr. Mm gar
inakii thu closing argument in thu Has
eall case. Mr. Mnegar talked for over
three hours, and his remarks wcro "rich,
lure and racy," and to tho point. In fact
this was u racy case, and It required a
good deal ot plain talk to do It Justice.
The ease was given to the jury at llfteen
minutes to one o'clock, which, alter uu
ubseuco ol nearly tour hours, returned n
verdict of guilty, and llxcd thu punish
ment of tho prisoner at two yoara in thu
penitentiary. Counsel fur tlm difcuco
entered a motion for a new trial.
THIKU ANNUAL SESSION OF
S0UT1IKKN ILLINOIS MKDI.
rrilliiic-. i:irrtlnar Of
Hear, a.ir., a.ir.
The Third ailMUil lou of the
HOI IIII.II.V II.LI.H.IH AIKIUC W. A0( UTION
aM-inhli-il In III' hall of the Hough and
Heady lire con pany's engine houc In
thi' city at lujrloek yeOtnlay morn
The nredilcnl of the aoclation. Dr.
II. C. Hucki-rfjl Joncboro, not being
present, the af-oclallou was called to
order bv Vlceil'resldent, Dr. John Mc
Prayer was; ollered by Itev. II. Y
George, f tic Pre'bytc tiun rhiirih of
Dr. C. W. rfiianbig or this city, then
welcomed tint Aoclatlou In an elo
ipic-iil and vul-limcd address.
ItHit jAU M'SINKSS.
The regular liiOne-K of the Aocla
tion was then Liken up.
Dr. Booth ntYrcd a motion that the
rules be suspi-udi'd, and that thu Associa
tion recc-lvu the rep'jrt of the committee
on "revision of the constitution and In
Thu committee ' then prcrnteil
their report, which, on motion.
was received, adopted, and thu committee
discharged Irom further icrylce.
The minutes ol the ptevlous meeting
were reau anu approved, und or
dcred of record.
The censors then reported several new
names for membership. I u accordance
with the rules of the association, thu ap
plicant for membership wert balloted
for and declared dulv elected.
On motion, a committee of live wa ap
pointed by the chair to nominate olllrers
for the eiiJuingyear. Carried.
The secretary's and treaurer's reports
were then taken up.cou-ldered, received,
adopted, and ordered recorded.
J'he committee appointed to iiomi,te
Hirers for the eimitug year, reported :
For President, Horace Wardner, Cairo ;
First VkvPrfldent, I.. Dyer, of Du
Second Vice-President, J. It. Smith,
Secretary, C. W. Dunning, Cairo;
Treasurer, Geo. Kratton, Vienna.
AH of the above nomination! were then
elected by acclamation.
The newly elected olllcers were duly
Installed and avMiirn.il the dulic of their
The chair appointed the following
named gentlemen a board of censors :
A. 11. Heattie, Ued I!ud ;
John McLean, Du Quoin ;
H. W. McCoy. Golconda ;
S. W. Marshall, Sparta;
J. H. Noiris Metropolis.
A vote of thank was tendered thu re
tiring olllcers for tho manner In which
they had discharged the duties ot the'r
On motion of Dr. Ik-attic, the luvita
ton of Cairo Coniniandery, No. 11), !
T., to attend a grand concert, reception
and banquet, this evening, be accepted :
and thu tliauksof thu association tendered
the Coinniandcry for their courteous in
The as-oeiatlou then adjourned until
2 o'clock, p. in.
The association was called to order at
2 o'clock : President H. Wardner, In tho
Dr. L. Dyer, of Du Quoin, chairman
of committee on obstetrics, presented a
very intercnting report, which was dis
cussed and argued by Drs. Hootb, l'os,
Agnew, Grrru and other.
Dr. Dyer, as chairman of the commit
tee, also presented a report on stomatlcs
prepared by Dr. Williams, of Dongola,
which, upon the request of Dr. Williams,
was not read until he could have tlmu to
review It. Tlmu was granted until to
morrow (this) morning.
The president appointed the following
gentlemen a committee to.rccommendfor
appointment as delegates to thu A. M.
association and State Medical Society,
lz: Drs. l.ooney, Lence, Kossaud Mar
shall. Meeting then adjourned to meot
to-morrow morning nt 10 o'clock.
During the nlteruooii tlio following
members icported: Drs. A. IC. Ives,
Anna; T.S. Doild. Anna; J. H. Ito-son,
Vergeuue; A. T. Greer, Ullln, and
James l'oberts, ot Carbondale,
Ul. AONKW'S HXTL'ltl.'.
Dr. Agnew lectured before the asso
ciation at thu Hough and Itcady engine
house last night. Ills address was eloquent
and learned, and was listened to with
marked alteutln-i by the member of the
We will sell, bereaftiT, our goods at
thu following prices, and solicit the pat
ronage of thu public:
Family brands, per can !I5 cents.
Standards, per ran -15 cents.
Select, per eau 50 cents.
Select, extra, per can 55 rents.
Tub ovsters, per 100 $1 00
Chicago Trout and 'hlte...ll cts. per lb.
Game, Pan I'M U nnd 12 cts. per lb.
Of all descriptions constantly on band,
confuting of wild turkey, squirrels and
Family groceries very rheap lor rash.
TI1A ANI L'OI KHK
Made a spcealty. Glvo us a trial.
Cheaper than thucheapc.it.
l2-:i.f. W Mi WiNii.it, .In., A Co,
Jniitinry Term, A. II. It?n.
Dlllcrrs D. J. Itaker. Judge.
II. . Voeum, Circuit Cleik
Alex. II. Irviu, SherllV.
mm:siiav, iwi:i.i-tii imv ciiimi.val.
Theca'ool the People vs llukell wa
concluded yesterday morning, Mr. Liu
rgar making the eloOng siierrh. Mr,
Linrgar's sporrh had a telling rlfert iinnn
iiiejury. and wns a very foreiblu e.pol
mm oi i in: reopio s rar. Allrr n coi.-
ferrnee of 'evcral hours thejurv reliirned
n vrrdlrt of guilty, nnd Hxril the term of
the ileftndaiifg lniprloiiinent In the K'ti
Itentlaty at two years.
Judge Mulkey made a motion for n
new trial, which will he nrgued In a few
'The rar of Ihr IVoidr vs Jnmet IC.
Lane, wm then rallrd, nnd thr trdlou.s
task of getting a Jury rommrncrd ; but
four jurors h id been obtained at the ad
journment of point. The rau will prob
ably take up thr remainder of Ibis week
Caiho, III., Jnn. 18,
, wo. ;
hprclal meeting called by Aldermen
Wright, Yocuin and lSittcnhouo.
Preent His Honor Mayor Winter,
nnd Aldermen Halllday, Lancatcr, Ncl
lis, Parker, Puller, Ultteiihoii'-e. Thltle
wood, Wright and Yocuin 0.
The mayor stated that the object of thu
meeting was to receive the report of the
l.eue Comnilttci'.and take action on bills
due for levee work.
1 he report ot the I.evee Committee
wa presented, and read, ami on motion
of Alderman Parker, approved
The Levee committee aUo prociitcd n
ll't of orders outstanding and unpaid, for
I.evee work, to the amount ot 2:t!i :w,
not accounted lor In their previous ett le
nient with I'obert llagnell contractor,
Aid. i.iiieuiinuse moved the citv assume
the orders a presented. Carried.
Alderman Halllday ollered the follow.
Jltiolctit. That a warrant for the sum
of $1,013 43-100 be drawn upon the city
treasury in lavor oi u. r . mane. i,ny
i reaurer, payauio out oi .ew i.evee
Fund, to cover the amount of orders
Orawn by the contractor. I'obert IJag-
n, in lavor or teems, laoorers, Ac, in
eouvructlon of New Levee, which orders
have Wn already paid or accepted by
the city, n accordance with the term ol
settlement wu, i,i Jiagneii. The
amount of said warrant covering all sums
uue mr worn uonu on New i.evee under
contract with Kobert UaeneU lor
w hlch warnints have not ulrvaily hmm
Adopted by the following vote:
Aye Halllday, Lancaster, Ncllls, Par
ker, Patter, IIIttenhoue, Thl-tlewood,
w rlglit and l o:uni 9,
On motlou ot Alderman llalliday, thu
proper olllcers of the city were Instructed
to execute release of Unlit. IbigueH's con
tract w ith the city.
On motion of Alderman Parker, Coun
William F. A.xi.ky, City Clerk.
STUART & GH0LS0N.
Owing to a contemplated chango
in our business, on or about tho
first of March, wo shall offer front
his date our entire stock of dry
goods, notions, and shoes at first
cost This is a raro opportunity
for thoso who desiro buying fresh
and seasonable goods at lowor
prices than thoy havo cvor boon
offered for. Come early and avoid
tho rush. From this dn to no goods
will bo sold czcopt for cash.
Friends will ploaso mako a noto of
this. STUART St GHOLSON.
All 4'lirunlr llNi-unes Clnreil
ii v du. uri.r.
H-Is located in Cairo, Illinois, and Is
still calling on you lo bo healed. Why
will vou die ol old rhroulu dlrars, when
voueanbi! cured with so little eot or
money. Do not give It up yet, for there
i!-tllln balm in Gilcard. Cairo Is the
place to rome to lie cured of all your
aches and pain.
I am now prepared at my olllce to give
medicated baths, and persons wishing to
receive such, will call at my olllcu on
Eighth street, No. 22, from the hours of
2 p.m. till !' p.m. Also plane bath, hot
baths, warm baths, cold baths, or vapor
baths. Also persons having the con
sumption or weak lungs, and wishing to
receive medicines by Inhalation, can re
ceive the treatment at my olllce, this br
ing thu only truu way of getting medi
cine direct to thu lungs. AUo I treat dis
eases of tlie eyes of years standing, and
tho bllud has been made to see by my
treatment. All diseases of the skin I
cure, r istuia cureii ny mo witnoui uio
uo of the knife. If you have a cancer
come and bo cured. All private disease,
In the shortest time, cured by me. In
short, for all chronic dleaes of the hu
man sytem, go to Dr. Hultz It you wMi
to be cured. I compound and prepare all
my medicines at my olllce. It Is said
that prartlcr makes perfect, I have been
thirty years a practicing physician.
.VII letter and communications .shall
be cnul'.drutlal and promptly attended to
bv me. Direct, Du. Ht'Liv,
No. 22 Eighth street, Cairo, Illinois
Three room, furnished or unfurnished,
to let with board, hi the Illelock house,
corner Seventh and Walnut streets. En
quire on thu premises, 1-15-tf
Wu will pay no bills contracted by any
employe of Tin: Hullltin, unless tho
same Is made on a written order signed
by the president or secretary ofjtho com
pany, and we will accept no orders given
by an employe of thu coinKiny, for any
UAIIIO imi.I.KII.N ll.MCA.NY.
November 1U, 1875. tl
jf KE80RXPTIOX FREE
J ljst MauhooU awl all illaunlers troufbl
.illume imxi v itu ra ui Dentinal it rm. nr.. .
on by tinlUcrellonu or cmii, Any Druggtit
on by iiuiucn-iionu
U Am iBcrHllenu,
War liirARTMK-tT, IIivtHirnT.
Jaii n, ,k7h.
Alio V a
v leKniiiir ....
Sji-rgemit, Slirnal ''ervli-e, T. .s. A .
Str.itnrr Florence Lre. Paducah.
" City of Cluster, St. Louis
" James D. Parker, Cincinnati.
" City ol Qtilnry, New ( Irleans,
" Julia, Vlrkshurg.
" Ilrrmuda, Nahvlllr.
Sleamrr Florenci! Ler, Paducah.
" City of Chester, Memphis
" James D. Parker, Memphis,
" City ofQulnr.y,St. Louis.
" Julia, St. Louis
" Grand Tower, St. I.ouis
" Hcrmiida. NaOivllle.
IllVI-.lt. WKATIIKK AND III'M.NKm,
Weather clear and plea'aut.
1 he Ohio roe 4 feet yesterday, and
Is going up rapidly.
The wharfboat bought by Mr. Burke,
oi me Helena II rM, Is said to be one ol
the bet on the MIssN.slppi river. Site N
2.10 reel long, by 50 leot wide, nnd wis
bult by Captain All Cutting or Metrop
olis. Captain John E. Burke an old
wharlboatnian, who Is thoroughly veised
In the business, will superintend her.
The Future City with live barge,
arrived at New Orleans on last Sunday,
four of which contained 2!,1-11 packages
of Western produce, and sundries; the
other one had 25,4:10 hudicls ot bulk
corn. She was to have left that port on
Monday at 12 o'clock for SL I.ouis.
The Charles Morgan went Into New
Orleans w ith a full freight list, mm regis
tered on the trip 225 cabin and 75 deck
passengers. Shu made the run on her
way down from Shawueetown to New
Orleans In tour days, and run from Mem
phis to Helena, tiluty miles, in live hours.
She left New Orleans on Tuesday for
The Andy Johnson Is walling at
New Orleans until a letter otlerlng opens
to St. Louis.
The City ot Alton will be here to
day from St. Louis. She has u barge
which kbe will unload.hcre. Shohasid-o
250 bead of stock and 10 paengers.
The E. 11. Durpeu will be here to
day from St. Louis for Pittsburg. She
has .150 tons of ilour. shlpstufts and
'The Cairo and Paducah packet,
l-lorcncc Lee, leaves the wharf at
o'clock this evening for Paducah and all
The City of Qulncy went up bWore
day yesterday. She was attached here
for wharfage, but settled matters amica
bly with the collector, and went on. She
had a rousing big trip.
'The James D. Parker, with a good
trip of freight and passenger, from Cin
cinnati for Memphis, went down yester
day morning early.
The John M. Huberts left Meinphl
on Saturday lor the South with a tow ol
Hats containing fi,tJ00 bushels of pota
Slrinphla Amlnnelit : ''The funeral of
the late Win. E. Dill took place from Ids
late relilencu on Monrou street, yester
day noon, and In spite of thu very In
clement nature of thu weather, was large-
ly attended. The casket which contained
the remains was decorated with hand
some lloral tributes in thu shape or
crosse. wreath, anchor., and other de
vices. The pall-bearers were Capls. Jas.
Lee, Jr., .'d. Storm, It. W. Llghtbiirne,
John Harbin, Ja. Good and Clarence
Hall. Ehnwood Cemetery, near the city,
was selected as the last resting-place of
Tnc Mary Houston Is due from Cln-
cinnali. Shu has a big trip of freight ami
passengers, and an excursion party from
Louisville for New Orleans.
The C. 11. Church, from New Or
leans to Cincinnati, Is due. She has
!KX) barrels of inolases and !00 barrels
Tho Caroudelet, Captain Dick Love,
from New Orleans, Is due.
Thu .Memphis I.tdger says: Mr,
Isaac P. Baker, of St, Louis, was In the
city Saturday evening, making urrango
mcnts for the Davidson Line, which
will run In opposition to the Sruddcr
The Couvur-Jaurnul says : .V pctl
Hon, signed by a large number of steam
boatmen, will lie sent to Washington Inn
day or two, nklng congress to buy pow
der and blow out t lie rock in the chute
at the head ot tho fall, so ns to make
thu pass wider for boat. Uncle Sam
ought tu do It. He has nearly ruined us
with his dam,. Now "blow out our
shoot," and we'll "pas" all right.
The Anchor Line will carry passen
gers to Memphis on Mardl Gras for halt
It took tho Julia three days to conic
from Memphis to this port. The wind und
fog"douu" her bad.
The Tom Sherlock left Cincinnati
yesterday for New Orleans.
Tho Anchor Lino steamer Colorado,
from St. Louis, will be al the whart to
day. Thu Julia, Captain iilakr, from
Vlcksburg, arrived yesterday morning
with a good trip. She put off MO bales
of eoltou for thu Ewt, at the Cairo and
Vliiceui.cn railroad company'. wharf-
boat, and a lot of iiiNccllancous freight at
Halllday A Phillips' boat, and went on
tn St. LouU yesterday afternoon.
Tho St. Louis 7Yif says (.'apt. M.
II. Crapstrr. of thu signal light service,
returned from below yesterday, liavlnjr
settled with till thu lighters betweeu St,
Louis and Grand Tower. Tliu captain'
ll'slrli.t ..Til-lulu IY.wn f ilm 111 St. PlIUl.
I uipii av vaisiiuu a w -s.
There I only one opinion about the gov-
eminent lights, and that l that there ate
not enough of them. They are h atcccn.
The Bermuda, rrom Nashville, got
Into port nt 5 o'clock Iat evening. She
Int oil a lot of tobareo and stork, and
went back home,
The Mary Houston, when entering
t ie canal at Loulvlll,.,ou Monday, struck
Ihr dam, breaking her rudder and doing
oilier light damage.
The remain ot Captain lkc DhIHs,
who died In Louisville on Sunday night,
werelutered.it Cavu Hill Cemetery on
The . faines Howard, It. It. Pegratn,
mater, J. II. Chasalng, clerk, left Nt.w
Orleans on Tuesday ofternoou lor St.
The steamer St. Francis Belle, on
on her way front White rlv-r t
pld, with a large amount of rotloo,ls
reported tn have grounded on Turdnv
at the foot or Island (15. 501110 to miles
helow Helena, and Is breaking in two.
About 200 bales orrottoil Weru thrown
'Tlio Itoln-rt Mltrliell paed Vicksburo-
on her way up 'Tuesday. She has 301)
bblsof sugar, I,MJ bbls of molasses, .15
mis ot tire, 200 bbls of rice, 100 boxes
of rahlns and 23 bales of cotton.
I be City of Chester got Into norf
early yesterday morning from St. Louis,
with a fair trip, ahd alter adding n little
here went on to Memphl.
It is proposed to appoint a commis
sion of seven, consisting of three army
engineers, onu of the roast survey,
onu from civil HIV. n Mississippi river pi.
lot and a steamboat captain to supervise
the Improvement of Western rWers, and
to whom will be givrii the entire charge
of nil work ordered by the government.
General Huiuphrle. to whom the propo
sition was recently submitted, promised
to consider It. but declined expressing
an '.opinion 011 thu subject.
It is time the Grand Lake and tow
were making their appearance.
The P.it Cleburne, while on her way
Irom Evanvlllu for thl pot, ran through
herself nt Bay City. She turned back to
Evanille, to which port she will make
her way on one wheel.
Capt. Lenox backed the Grand 'Pow
er out from her place by the side ot the
City of Vlcksburg, yesterday morning,
and loaded for St. Lonl, where she will
load for Memphis.
The City ot Vlcksburg U the only
Anchor Line boat now lying at the
Friday Saturday Evening, Jan. 21 and J2.
MHVilHlM tin: iikiat -oiTimis
GE055U! r. rnimi'K.
As they appeared inEajrlavndaud Amarl
1 a, Anil to 40 000 poopU recently In
'lire llori'on llvruM' :i I Hiey luivt-talrn
tin-city LiVHtorm, Thr i-onipaiiy Iim made an
inimcntrhlt. The null to mu idem 1 unparat
Itlliil In (lie hlitory of lulnMreLjy.
I". T lUrnuiu nayai They mc i-itraonlluory
tuc best I eur mv
t"l'ricr f aitniNiilon Till and 73 cents,
arruil i-e-.it ut I) lliirliiiau'i.
Jllli; liliKAT K.-iATIO.VAti BVIINT.
TIII'ltSmiY, JAMJAUY JOIh. 17U
TlfKKAVOItlTKTUOUI'K OK AMKIUCA.
33 I Colebrated Star Purformen 33
5IJrnil npulnr Oomrdlana .1
2 I FULL BANDS OF MUSIC 2
Tho Oruat Doir Pianiat.
VN1 Ills COMICAL 1X.NKEV.
OHEAT $10,00" IIIND0 BOX MYSTERY
two mm m mit bag m
riitr. liKsr ko:kutainme.nt on
CJ-A WniM orneunlne Noveltl.3
I7-Si-alH ran lie liml at Hart nun '.
Ailiiiinliiii ' ami 7.1 renin,
lAimiiiiKi), lit , Jan. nfl87.
WCaie nuiv mlntai; u vry auperior artlol
ol tout I'm- Irom all imimrltlt, eijiecliUlf
ailaliteil fur unites uuJ liuliieliutil lue (rlieralljr.
wlileli we will ilellu-r In L'ttlru, ou Ih Cairo awl
Vliiceiinoi traek lr llic far lou-l ol'uO tuihcU
ul nine (-') iriiu iK-r tmshtl, or two dolUr aud ,
twenly-llveeent(! 8'i) iertoii . '
Vt'uuliii liAiea verv muerlnr article of Nut
t'oul wlileli wo will dellier on track Hi tixtreo
tn-) duttara H-r enr-a" luhU. I'artie nul
wiililnic i i-ur load chii furm UuU. aa we iuily
iiaaKenta, wUliiuK ypu to get Coal at r'lrat to J,
Aililreti all onleri lor coai 10
b. I). Akir. Calm. ! K. AKlK-,rCWeiigo
Zi, D. Akla A Go.,
Harness 1 Saddles.
Whips, Collar, Etc:
105, l!iuuatarcial Aymui. ... CAJMIXIM
rj-llM) lTOrlnir u Willi Ibelr l?0'?,.
cili ilml n ,-iimnlele llnof uaoda tool WDM IU
i lei-t, at liolliiin iirlcen.
94 roat Q