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ASUAl.ON LolHIK, NO. 61
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tjaaBlowi, inert "try 'Iliurxlar nlelil
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oiiiiiM-rel! avrtiui-. Ulwwn Malta anJ frvrulh
r,HH. ClU. lank, N, u.
1AIU0 KSCAMl'MKNT, I O. O. F., inM-li
t Jin OiM-i'rlluwa' Hull on (tic Unit nml third
lilt-Alar in terV month, al Imir-luut acvi-n.
.Iko. II HoHA, U. 1'
OAlltOUlDUK. NO. '17. A. 1'. A A. M
llnlil rrmiliir cmmniiiilriitionii III Mn
yVTniulc I nil . rortii-r Cumnirrrlal atuiur
atid Kltftilli atnl, on Hie atuvtul am
oiirlli Momlav ofim-li month.
iind highly lniKirU)nt. Mini for ('innplil', rata
iiia"tiV AR-m wanini, iir.iiiii.Mi
liiblMu-rnf Maumlc Wutk, 7.11 llrnailnay
Ntw York. MiMl'il.
H'nod nml Co nl.
On anil niter this date the prices of
wood nml coal nt my yard, adjoining the
Cairo and St. Louis Narrow Gauge depot.
will bo ns follows :
Four foot wood per cord, S'.l 75 ; four
Toot wood iter half cord, 2; four foot
wood, sawed, per cord, $1 50 ; four foot
wood, yawed and split, per cord, .! ; Big
.Mtiililv coal ir iii;lii ton, ?l : same per
two tons, fcJ 75 j same per four tons am
upwards, ?3 50.
All good 1 delivered.
1-7-lm Ja. If. Lanh, Prop'r.
STUART & 6H0LS0N.
Owing to a contomplatod change
in our business, on or about tho
flrstof March, wo shall offor from
this date our entire stook of dry
goods, notions, and shoos at first
cost This it a raro opportunity
for thoso who desiro buying fresh
and seasonable goods at lower
prices than they havo over boon
ofTorod for. Como early and avoid
the rush. From this dato no goods
will bo sold except for cash
Friends will pleaso mako a noto of
this. STUART ft OHOLSON.
lor Kau ami Colorado.
J he Atchison, Tobcka and Santa F
railroad from Kana City and Atchhou
on tho Minoiin river, via Topekn, the
capltol ot Kansas, and the beautllul Ar
kansas valley to tho Rocky Mountain?.
The shortest route to Pucbclo the Grand
Canon, Colorado Springs. Manltou,
Pikes ,Sieak, and all place of note hi the
mountain regions. The favorite route
to Denver aud all polnti In Northern
Colorado. The best route to Southern
Colorado, New Mexico and Arizona. The
only direct route ' IV famous San
Juan mines. T.i track and equipment
Is nnequaled, train' run through from
the MIouri river, to the Rocky Moun
tain', making connections in Union re
pot and avoiding delays and trans
fers. For lull descriptive circulars
maps, time table", etc., ail dress
T. .1. Anukkson,
Geu'l Pass. Agent, Topeka, Ifau.
A silver plated No. 0 VVIUon Shuttle
Sewing Machine, hard (piano) llnMi,
valued at Will be sold at ?20 dis
count, on good terms, and ordered direct
from the factory.
Colored and mounted Maps ot the
city ol Cairo at $2 5(1 each (halt pri( e.)
A No. !l Wilson Shuttle Sewing Ma.
thine valued nt 75. Will be sold at $15
dii-count, aud ordered direct from the
A $00 Remington .Sewing Machine
oil for cash. (Suitable lor tailor or
boot and shoe mauuraeturer.
A stylo "K," "dough, Warren &
(;o,'s" l'arlor Organ, right fiom the fac
tory at Detroit. 1.11 price, $:kjO. Will
be sold for $2fl.
1000 sheets oi brlstol board
eeived at tho Bi'i.tXTtN olllce,
lor pale to the trade.
Vlty of Cairo,
colored and Varnished, fur sale nt
price (J.iCi ' Hie Ul'M.kti.v oilier.
20,000 note head--, 30,000 envelopes,
20,000 letter head, 10 ream'! .statements,
'JO reams hill heads CarlMe paper just
received nml for sale at the IIu.i.ktin
For nny of the above articles, apply a
lie Itui.i.EriN olllce. E. A. HuiiNinT
All t'lironlr lllaeimeii ;nrel
HY UK. llt'I.T.
He is located In Cairo, Illinois, aud is
still calling on you to bo healed. Why
will you die ot old ehronlc diseases, when
you can be cured with so little cost or
money. Do not give it up yet, for there
Is still a balm in (".Heard. Cairo. Is the
place to come to be cured of all your
aches ami pains.
I am now prepared at my olllce to give
medicated baths, ami persons wishing to
receive such, will call at my olllce on
Klghth street, No. 22, from the hours of
2 p.m. till 0 p.m. Alio plane bath", hot
baths, warm baths, cold baths, or vapor
bath. Also persons having the con
Mimptloji or weak lungs, and wishing to
receive medicines by Inhalation, can re
ceive the trcatmeut at my ofllco, this be
ing the only truo way of getting niedl
clue direct to the lungs. Also 1 treat dis
eases of the eyes of years staudlng, and
the blind has been made to seo by my
treatment. All diseases of the skin I
cure. Fistula cured by mo without the
use of the knife. If you have a ameer
come and be cured. All private diseases,
In the shortest time, cured by me. In
short, for all chronic diseases of tho hu
man system, go to Dr. Hultz If you wish
to he cured. I compound and prepare nil
my medicines at my olllce. It Is said
that pructlcu makes perfect, I have been
thirty years a practicing physician.
All letters nud communications shall
I io confidential and promptly nltended to
by me. Direct, Dn. Hultz,
No. 22 Klghth street, Cairo, Illinois,
Hall dime, half dime, cigar, Havana
tiller, ut Cowperthwalte & J'lilllipJ.
RATKM Of AIVKKriNI.i.
83 A II lillU foraitT-rtl'IriK, uicIu-uimI iy
Mr IN AbVANCK
liiiliilint nlmlllntf will Ix'InK-rtol at tho
ralv of l (0 )r Uarv fur the drat Inn rtluu
an1 tfl mi!" fur rarh uti'urnt out, A liheral
rllxvtiitit will ! nu'lo m KlnmlliiK and 1 1 - j il hj-
t'huirli, Moclfly, r"illtl nml Stiwr tmtli-'a
will only Ik; Inserted M o-h-rll'i lucnl-
t'or liirllnK Kuncrol nollru l W. Notlreol
niK tliiK of aoclt tin or Ken t onli r.1 W -iit fur
No a'lvrrtbfiui-nt lll ! rrrciifl at Im than
i i -
Local Buaineaa Notices, of
ten line or mora, inaartou
In th nullntln oa follow :
One lnaortion per Una. .. 0 Oenta.
Twolnaertlonaper Una 7 OenU.
Three inaertlona per line 10 OenU.
Blx lnaertlona per Una IB Oenta.
Two week per line Oenta
Onn month ner line . .15 Oenta
No Reduction will be made in above
SUNDAY, .IANUAKY 2:1, 187C
He sure and come to the grand lunch
at "Our Saloon to-night.
12-l.Vtf Fi:u. HoiiiKi.vs2
Mr. Obcrly returned from his leetur
lug tour yesterday altcrnoon.
Hutlncss on theicYceaudln all other
parts of the rlty, Is very quiet.
Mr. M. F. Chandler, of iJaltimore,
a In the city yesterday.
Misses Sadie, Mlttieand William War
rcn, of F.vansvllle, were at the St, Charles
The services will be as usual at the
Methodist church this morning, conduct
ed by the liev. Mr. Gilliam.
The Cairo and Vlncinnes railroad If
now doing an excellent bullies", aud
I Or ma
Filty cents, at Winter's Gallery.
Work on the new levee was sus
pended yc'tcrday, In consequence of the
rain ol the night previous.
Georye W. CorlU, of Metropolis and
Col. Watkin-f, of Mound City, were In
There will be the usual service? at
the F.ptcop:d church till" morning aud
I). If. Howies and faintly, of New
York city, vtcru guests at the St. Charles
Come one, come all, aud eat ol the
grand lunch nt "Our Saloon'' to-night.
12-15-tf Fkkii. HoriiKi.V'S.
N. It. Ames, a United States Deputy
Marshall from Springlleld, ii at the St.
The Mound City people propose giv
ing a LeainYcar party atStokes' hall, on
the 22nd of February.
Mr. .1. C. .Iminer, general n'gent of
the St. l.ouls. Iron Mountain an South-
rn railroad at this point. U In St. I.ouis
An Interesting account of the execu
tion of Marshall Crniu will be touud on
the second page of this morniag's Ilct.-
A negro named .lohn Shalley, stole a
mule Irom his mother. In Columbus Ken
tucky, on Friday, and Is supposed to
have made his way to this city with his
plunder, nud tho police want to llnd him.
The Turner society are making ar
rangements lor a granti ma-quenuie nan,
tobeglveuat their hall, coiner Tenth
and J'oplar streets, on the night of Feb-
Mr. Ward, an old coal dealer, has es
tablished a new coal olllce. and Invites
the patronage of all his old friends and
everybody el.c to give him a trial llg-
urcsare low aud terms ca-h. See Notice.
The evidence in the Lane cae will be
hi by Monday noon, when the argument
will be commenced. The argument ol
the cae will take up one day at least.
and probably more, a there are six at
torneys hi the ca-e.
There will be the usual services at
the Presbyterian church this morning,
conducted by the ltev. It. . tjeorge.
Sunday school at II o'clock. In the even
ing there will bo a union service of the
Presbyterian and Methodist congrega
tlon, at tho Presbyterian church.
iV party of some forty ladles nud
gentlemen came down from Metropolis
yesterday alternoon, aud returned by
thu steamer Florence l.ee. They went
about town, gazing at the ma.iy beauti
ful sights in Admiration.
Mrs. Saunders returns her warm
thanks to her pupil", and the ladles, gen
tlemen and amateurs, who so kindly ns-
l.ted at her concert ; also to the citizens
ol Cairo, tor their liberal patronage, and
to the gentlemen ot the Cornet band,
who contributed their excellent music.
We recommend our readers, particu
larly those who need washing, or wash
ing done, to read the card of Mrs. I.ettle
Coleman, in the Hum.kti.v ; study her
prices, and then go unclean If you have
the conscience to do so. AH we have to
ay Is tor neatness and dUpatch no one
excels her. l-23-2t
The Georgia minstrels gave their last
performance In this city last night. It Is
the unanimous opinion that they arc
the best troupe in their Hue
that ever visited Cairo, They dealt in
none of the old, stale jokes, so common
with almost all other troupes. They are
original in everything; and tho songs,
and the manner In which they were sung,
wero simply sublime. Tho Georgia's
will always meet with u hearty welcome
at tho hands of the Cairo public.
KlderT. J. Sborcsol the first Mission.
ary Uaptlst church, was pleasantly stir
prl-ed by u party of his Jrlemis, nt a into
hour Thursday night. The Kiuer nau
retired, but the arrival of the party
brought him from his dreams, and on
coming to his parlor, ho found It llllcd
with the members nud irieuds pt ins
convreunllnii. Alter severnl limit's of
enjoyment, they departed, lea lug about
thlrlv dollars as a souvenir, and many
good wMies lor the proterlly of the
I'.Mer and his lady.
A Joint coininiinleaUon of Cairo
lodge, No. 2:17, aud Cache lodsje, No.
21KI, A. F. and A. M., will be held at Ma
sonic hall, Cairo, to-monow (Monday),
evening nt 7:110 o'clock, lor the pin pose
ofelTecUng a consolidation ol the lodges
and the election ol olllccrs. Yidthn;
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
A. .1. Doi;oin:uiv,
Sicrctnry Cahc Lodge, No. 200.
II. F. llt.AKi:,
Secretary Cairo Lodge, No. 237.
The ladles who have In charge the
Centennial Leai-Venr party, to bo given
next Friday evening, January 23th, at
the St. Chailes hotel, are biiy preparing
a crand treat for our cltlen. All who
love Inn should be there. We hope ev
cry lady who lecclvcs nu Invitation, will
secure her gentlemen before another fair
one step in ahead. Ladles Ime tho
prMIego of taking two or more gentle
men, by paying for extra supper tickets,
There will be music provided In the par
lors both vocal and instrumental for
those who do not wish to participate hi
the dance below stair. Gentlemen who
receive printed Invitations from tin
elety, are expected to be present, whether
they receive private Invitations or not.
Tickets admitting lady nnd gentleman,
$1.50. F.xtra supper ticket, 50 cents.
Supier served at 11:30. Invitations
must be presented at the door.
Calender's celebrated Georgia min
strels gave the second and last perform
ance at the Atheneum last night. The
troupe Is certainly one ot the best organ
izations In thc.country, nud their cxhibl
bitlons of real negro wit and humor is en
joyable In the extreme. The opening of
the performance I splendid. The dar
kle, Sam Lucas and .lames Grace, till
the place ol bones, while the Inimitable
Kersands and Devonear occupy the
teats ot toe tambouriuists, to
the great joy of eu-rybody, tor tlicy
ate without doubt, at the head of the
profefslon In the lino of min-
strel'y. The singing of the
quartette Is also very pretty, and
elicited loud round of applati'elrom the
large and fashionable assemblage oy
both nights. The specialties of Kersands
and the other members of tho company
are also excellent, but to use a popular
phrase, In the old Virginia e-cncc, Ker
sands tikes the "rag oil the bush." He
shnplv "old oil." Every feature In
the show, In lact, Is tip-top, and when
ever tuc company sec lit to visit us
again, we are 'lire they will meet with a
The Calm nml Iciiiimm-c Ulserfnall-
From the Pari' Daily Intelligences we
republish a n-Mitne of the countries
through which the above named railroad
with it two "arm-!" will pass :
"It commences on the Ohio river, op
posite Cairo, and runs through Italian!
and Graves counties, In Kentucky,
and through Henry county, Menu
ee. At Paris It Is to be
Uvlced; one arm parting through
Heiiton countv to the Tennessee river,
near Jnhnsonvllle, It will then connect
with what is now callid the Duck lilver
Vallev railroad, pas-lug through the
counties of Humphrey. Hickman,
Maury, Marshall and Lincoln, Tennes
see, and Is tobe extended to llunts
vllle. Alabama. The other arm of the
Cairo and Tennessee l'lver railroad will
pssi through Carroll, Henderson anu
Decatur comities, to the Tennessee river
at Clifton, in Wayne county, there to
connect with the Memphis and Knox-
villi road, which pas-.es through Vt ayne,
Lawrence, uues ana Lincoln counties,
Teunesjee. The Cairo and Tennessee
Hirer railroad wlllbn extended lromClil-
ou to Florence, In Lauderdale county,
Tho value of the farm laildj which this
road will pass, estimated from statistics
of 1S70, Is ?1S,5I0,01S, and of the larm
products, $21,813,31. The connections
ot the road will be as lollows : "This
Cairo and Tennessee Hivcr railroad will
ero;S tne rnuueau aim .nciiipius roati at
Maylleid ; the Memphis and Louisville
at Paris; the Nashvillt and Northwest
ern at Jackson Illc, and Huntingdon or
Hallow Hock: and will strike the Mem
phis and Charleston at lluntsvllle and
Florence, and will cross the Nashville
and Decatur at Columbia aud Pulaski.'
WAR! WAR ! WAR!
All Over Kurope.
And all the beer drinkers and lunch
eaters can get a big gla-s of line beer and
a good lunch by calling around to Our
Saloon, and all this for live cents. Come
everybody, and see me.
1-23-lw. 1-nr.n HoniKiN.s.
Xeit Coul Olllre.
F. M. Ward has opened ncoal office on
south side of Klghth street, between
Commercial and Washington avenues, hi.
Sargent's shoo store. He will sell Har-
rl'burg coal delivered In any part of the
city at $3 25 per singleton, or S3 per
touln four-ton lots; Hlg Muddy coal at
$1 per single ton, or S7 50 for two tons,
all delivered. These are rock bottom
prices, and mean cash and cash only.
To Ilie I'nlleiil IMtlille nml my (Hoi-
row Ins: I'rlomlH,
I hare Just received a fresh supply of
the mo.-t desirable delicacies, such as
Caviar. Lnininev, (N'eunausen) Sour
Eel, genuine Swiss cheese, genuine Llm
bunrer. and many other Leap Yftir
dishes too numerous to meiittoii.
Govnmands, come and sec, taste, eat ami
bo happy ut the Thallau saloon of A.
faeckle, opposite the Hui.Msm olllce.
Ho also has on hand a fresh supply of
the celebrated Pllsener beer.
I have disposed of my entire stock of
Paints, Oils, Wall Paper, &e hi tho
building corner of Eleventh street and
Commercial avenue, to lllaku & Co., they
to assume and collect nil accounts from
January 1st, 1S70. All accounts due mo
to January lt, 1870, must bo closed up
Immediately. Thanking the imblln for
past patronage, I would solicit a eontlu
iiaiicn of the same for the new llriu.
II, F. Park Kit.
Caiho, III., Jan. 10th. 1S7. 1-20. It
CloxliitC rrorrcillilirioT the Tlilril An
llliai nrKInu ortnr noiiiiirrn
null MrHlcnl .taaar !nlln
Association met pursuant to
adlotirnuicnt. and was called to order
by the president.
Dr. Williams nkfd and was granted
permission to withdraw his paper on
"Stoiualttls Kdmcpsla Phelgmanla
Doleus and Puerpu'ral Liver."
RKfOIITS OI- STANDtNU C051MITTKKS.
Dr. D. S, Hootli tf Hpatta, chairman
of the committee oil Microscopic Pathols-
gy,askcd that the committee be continued
until next meeting, and that Dr. llcattle
of Red Hud. be adtied to the committee,
which was granted!
On motion. Dr.i)odson and Lovelace
ot Kentucky, were mml" members by
S"r. Hratlcn orvlwna, chairman of the
Committee on Practice, mad? a very full
and!iutcrcstmg report, also reported .sev
eral ca-cs of Pcrturla. Dr. Norrls, of
the same committee, reported cases of
Splunells, giving hli views of tho treat
ment ; and Dr. hodds, ol the same com
nilttec, presented a ery Interesting paper
on Dypthcrla, all of whtch.wcrc referred
to the Coinmlttsu on Publication.
Dr. 1). S. iluotli discussed with much
ability the treatment ami pothology of
the cases of harmorrliaglii pcrfurla, re
ported by Dr. Bratton.
Dr. H. Wardner, chairman ef theCotn-
lnlttee ou Surgery, reported that he had
not prepared a report, but called upon
Drs. John McLean, of Dn Quolu. and
Loouey, of Vienna, to rad the reports
they had prepared. Dr. McLean read a
vc'ry Interesting paper on the use of Im
movable apparatus In the treatment of
fracture of the long bone, which was
read, and referred to the Committee on
Dr. Looney presented a very lull and In
tcresting report ou haraorrheldei, als
referred to Committee on Publication,
Dr. Thompson, chairman of the com
mittee on Climatology no report.
Dr. G. Whltnal, chairman of the com
mittee on Materia Medlca and New I'em-
dies no report.
Committee ou Opthatmology no re
Committee on laryngoscopy Dr. Kl-
klns olfcred In place of a regular report
an interesting treaties on diseases of the
throat, which was received and referred
t the committee ou publication.
Committee on Gynecology, Dr.
Hundy.chalrman no report.
Committee on Venereal diseases. Dr.
W. C. Lciice no report.
The committee appointed to recom
mend names of delegates to the Ameri
can Medical Association and State Med
ical Society, reported the following
names, viz :
KOn DKLK.OATKS TO HIE X.U. At
Dr. James Ilobarts, chairman. Dr.
Jbo. McLean 'with Dr. H. C. Hackor, al
ternate ; Dr. D. S. Bootli with Dr. B. F,
Itoss, altcrnaW; Drs. C. W.f Dunning
nud W. Duff (5reene; Dr. J. P.. Smith
with Dr. W. ALoonoy, alternates.
for thi: statk mkdical society :
Drs. J. H. Norrls, 11. F. Koss, N, H.
Mlzell, H. J. Stalker, S. H. llcattle, H.
W. McCoy, J. H. Pios'on, M. G. Nixon,
J.-.I. flail and J. R. Walker.
It was moved that a ceiumlttee of three
be appointed on publication. Carried.
Moved and carried that an .assessment
of f 2 00 be nude on each member of the
Moved and carried that the president
and secretary be a part of the committee
on publication ; and the president, Dr.
Stalker, as the third member ol said com
Adjourned until 2 p.m.
Jauuary 20 At two o';lock the asso
ciation was called to order by the presi
dent, when tho board of censors reported
the following named gentlemen for mem
bership: Dr. O. L. Mahouuy, M. G.
Parsons, N. U. Casey, James llrewstcr,
E. It. Clutln, who were unanlinoiialy
Moved that lira. Booth, McLean and
Wntdner be appointed a committee to so-
lect and publish lu the medical journols
such papers as have been read at this
meeting as their judgement may suggest.
Dr. J.S. Hale then read an elaboratii
paper on' pcrfurla. lleferred to the publi
Dr. S. W. Marshall ot Sparta, reported
a case ot occlusion of the vagina, that
was listened to with marked attention'
and was complimented very highly
by the association, nnd regarded
as ouc of the most interesting and
able papers that had been presented
D. Dodson oi Arlington, Kentucky,
ami Dr.Hulcrof Clinton, Kentucky, made
veibel reports on milk sickness; ; also Dr.
J. Hobarts reported on the same sub-
Cl-.'.' ... .-v.... n ... VI, 1' till.
JJ1. 1 . I "UH UrVCB Ul dll. tniuni '-
nois, delivered a very eloquent lecture on
the subject ot the abormal sounds ot the
chest In certain forms of Phthisis I'ul
muuatls and Pneumonia, reporting seve
ral Interesting eases, nlvanelug seme
ordinal Ideas on tho pathology of dis
eases of the resperattng organs, and was
tollowcd by Dr. D. S. Booth or.Sparta, on
the same subject. Dr. Dooth'ii remark
wero eloquent, Instructive, ami gave evi
dence of deep resenrch, and was listened
to with pleasure by the association.
On Invitation Dr. James Jackson of
Columbus, Kentucky, entertniiied the
association for twenty minutes with ver
bal reports ot ease, referlng to a very In
teresting ease of compound Fracture of
the Tlhta, urging the Importance of
.greater attention to louservauvo sin-
gery. Ills remarks were wen recenuu,
Dr. J. I. Hall offered a paper on or
ganledlstaso tf the Vlrijlu Uterus ; re
ferred to tho committee on publication.
Ou Practlce-W. Dull' Greene, M. D.,
chairman; W. C. Paceand John McLean.
On Obstetrics B. F. Boss, ehalruuu ;
Dr. Schuhcardtland O.O. Hale.
On Surgery G. Roberts, ehalriiiaii; G.
L. Perryman aud O. . Smith.
On Climatology Bratton, chairman
II, W. McCoy and Dr. Looney.
Ou Materia Medlca and New Remedies
F. M. Agnew. chairman ; Norrls aud
On Jlicroscoole. Pathology Dr. D. S.
Booth, chairman; S. W. Marshall nud A.
On Diseases of Children T. Dyer,
chairman ; Oulhrlu aud Nixon,
On Opthalaelogy M. G. Parsons.
On laryngoscopy Dr. Geo. Klklns.
On Gynecologs F. S. Dodds.
On Venereal Diseases Dr. W. C.
On Nervous Diseases John McLean,
Moved and carried that the association
hold their next semi-annual meeting ou
the third Wednesday ot June next, lu
the city of Mount Vernon, ills.
Committee of Arrangements Drs. W.
Duff Green nnd W. C. Pace.
Muvcd ami carried that the thanks of the
association be tendered to the Rough and
Ready lire company of Cairo, for the hc
of their beautiful lull.
Moved and carried that the thanks of
this association be offered to the doctors
f Cairo lor the manner In which w e have
fteen entertained, etc. Adjourned at 5
t.m. C. V . DUNSINO, 31. i.,
Three rooms, furnMicd or unfurnished,
to let with board, lu the Blelock house,
corner Seventh andWalniit streets. En
qulreonthe premises. 1-15-tl
Allentlnii t llenler.
We have four dozen Imitation Ebony
Sprague Can-Openers, taken for adver
tising, which wo will sell at two dollars
per dozen. Inquire at Bulletin olllce.
Iloraea! If onto t lloracn!
1 have Just received a lot ol work
horses which 1 will dispose of nt publle
sale very low. Dan Haut.man.
Corner Sixth aud Commercial avenue.
Choice Minnesota potatoes at 50 cents
irr bushel; and n large supply
of freh xrocerles always on hand
it low prices. Choice butter n specialty.
12-30-tf L. II. Mvkks.
Kverybody to knoH that the place to get
a smooth suave,
A good tlmmpoo,
A fuhlonable hair-cut,
Or itiuhlni: In that line.
1 at the 11 HAND C'XMTRAt. Uauhkh
iuol; conut Kighth and Commercial.
9-Mf .. UltolKJB 8TMINBOUSB.
Wood nml Coal.
-tit wood by the cord, S-'J 75-, i ft
wood by the.halfcord, S2 00; l aawed,
jer cord, $1 50 ; 4 It wood sawed and
split per eord, $5 00. Coal, per single
ton, 1 00 ; coal, two tons, $3 75 ; coal,
4 or more tons, $3 50.
1-C-lni. C. W. WiiKKLKit A Co.
.loHre or Kttuoval.
C. Koch has removed his boot and
shoe shop from the old stand to his
new brick building (one block below),
No. 00 Commercial avenue, between
Fifth and Sixth streets, where he will
keep the best home made and St. Loul
custom made boots and shoes, made of
tho liest material ; good workmanship
and lu the latest styles. All orders
promptly attended to. !-23-tt.
Proposals will be received by the Ordi
nance Committee, of the city council, of
the City of Cairo, ujitll the 25th inst.,
for printing in book lorm the revised or
dinance nud laws relating thereto, of said
eliy. The manuscript can be seen and
character of work required can be as
certained by calling at olllce of Hon.
John M. Lansdcii. Proposals should be
addressed to the undersigned.
N. H. Tuistm'.woou, Chairman.
Cairo, Jan. 15, 1S70. 1-UMd
AXo. I l.itiinUry.
It Is now conceded that Mrs. Coleman
the laundress, No. 12 Fourth street, be
tween Washington and Commercial ave
nues, has one of the best conducted laun
dry establishments lu tho city, and land
lords of hotels and boarding houses will
llnd It to their advantage to call upon
her. her prices are ns follows : Hotel
and boardiug-hoHse washing 75 cents
per doen. For piece work prlcea arc as
follows : Single shirt aud collar, lOo ; per
dozen, SOe; socks, 5c; two collars, 5c;
two handkerchiefs, 5c; vests, 20c; and
nil gentlemen's wear, SOe. per dozen.
Indies plain calico dresses, 25c ; calico
dresses with extra trimmings, 50o; white
dresses, $1 25c ; ladles' undcrware, Hue
and coarse, $1 00 per dozen. 1-23-tf.
tlvi Your I.icenac.
Caiiio, Ii.lu, January 15, 1S7.
OltUKIt no. 0.
To John 11. (iossmuu, City Marshal I
Snt You will give notice to all per
sons having liceii-e to pay to do business
in tho city of Cairo, that they must take i
out the same Inside of ten I
days from this date, . all persons
disobeying this order, you will
sec that they are prosecuted under
the ordinances of the city, governing tho
same. Yours &c, H. Wi.nik.k, Mayor.
Notice Is hereby gl ven to all persons do-Ing.bu-Iness
lu the city of Cairo, and also
to draymen and teamsters w ho have not
paid their license for this year, that they
must tako out the same ou or beloru the
23th day of Jauuary 1870.
All delinquents after said date will bo
prosecuted under tho ordinances of the
city governing licenses.
Caiiio 1m.s., January 15, 1870.
John H. Gossman, Cit Marshal.
For Hie Weekly Bnllellu.
Persons wishing ndvertlfcmentf or lo
cal notices luseilcil In thu Weekly Bum.k
ti.v, should hand In thu copy by Tues
day noon, of each week.
Wo will pay no bills contracted by any
employe of Tin: BuiauTiN, unless tlie
same is made on a written order signed
by the president or secretary oltho com
pany, and wo will accept no orders given
by an employe of thu company for any
Cairo Biju.ktin cohi-any.
November 10. 1875. tt
A comparatively painless cure or piles
or hemorrhoids, without tho Use of the
knife, ligature or caustic. Tho rclWt Is
Immediate, aud the cure certain, prompt
and permanent. Patients may attend to
beslness every day during treatment. A
lcrfect curv guaranteed In every ease.
Consultations free, nnd letters of Inquiry
answered. Fissure, fistula and all other
diseases or the rectum skillfully and suc
Dr. R.S. Brlgham of Cairo, Illinois,
having witnessed the successful treut
incut of many cases of piles by Dr. J. W.
Mltchel, of Chicago, has engaged liuu to
spend the month of April, 1S70, in Cairo,
for tho purpose of treating piles, surgical
nud chronic diseases.
Dr. Brlgham assures his friends aad
the public, that Dr. M., ou account of
physical disability, being Incapacitated
tor general practice, has for years de
voted himself to the treatment of Surgi
cal nnd Chronic diseases, nnd has thus
attained skill nud eminence In these de
partments of the healing art. Dr.
Mltchel will treat all cac ol general
surgery, such as the removal of Illinois,
the stralghting of crooked or club feet,
the adjustment of apparatus for t't-
formed or crooked spines, lilo-lqlnt dls-
cases and operations for old fever sores,
etc Also diseases ot the eye and ear;
both medical and surgical, sncces8 fully
Wc give the names of a few persons in
nnd around Cairo, that have been suc
cessfully treated, nud who cheerfully per
mit us to refer inquirers to them :
R. I. Bobbins, of the firm of Halllday
Bros., Cairo, III.
John C. White, Cairo, HI.
S. D. Aycrs, Cairo, 111.
George Mlnnlch, Esq., Villa Ridge, HI.
Judge A. M. Brown, Villa Ridge, III.
II. II. GraiidstalT, Villa Ridge, III.
Capt. Wni. HambIeto:i, Mound Cltv,
As to the validity of the abovo guaran
tee, Dr. Brlgham refers to tho business
men of Cairo and A. B. Salford, cashier
of the City National bank, and to Judge
rredollne Bross, president ol the Alex
ander County bank,
Letters of Inquiry should be addressed
to J. W. Mltchel, M. D., hi care of Dr. P..
S. Brlgham, 131 Commercial .avenue,
LYNCH & HOWLEYS
Real Estate Column
Good dwelling house on Walnut, be
tween Twenty-second and Twenty-third
Tenement So. 2. on Seventh street,
west of Walnut.
Store-room corner Twentieth nnd
1 Business house on Lovee, lately oc
cupied by Cunningham & Stilwell.
Winter's Block-suitable for Hotel
Olllces or Business rooms cheap.
tenements numbered -I, Sand 9, lu
Winter's Row, r, rooms each, for $10 per
No. 10 (corner), $12 507 rooms.
Cottage on Sixth street, near Wash
ington avenue I rooms $10 a month.
Storo room in "Pilot House," lately
occupied by A. Halley.
A good farm with good hou'c,oppo
site Cairo Haws farm cheap.
A small House west of Twenty-
second street, near Pine, $1 iter mouth.
Dwelling house on Twcllth, near
w ainut, o rooms.
Store room on Lcvcc, above, Eighth
street $20 per month.
Dwelling house on Sixth street aud
Unncr tloor of brick buildlmr on
Commercial avenue, above Tenth kti-owt,
Hoonii In various parts of the city.
FOR LEASE OR SALE.
Lands, In track to suit, near Calr.
GAME DEPOT 1
Wo will sell, hereafter, our iroods at
tho following prices, and solicit the pat
ronage of the public :
Family brands, per can 35 cents.
Standards, per can 15 cents.
Select, per can 50 cents.
Select, extra, per can 55 cents.
Tub oysters, per 100 $1 00
Chicago Trout and Whlte...ll i ts. per lb.
Game, Pan Fish. ... 10 and 12 cts. per lb.
ft a mi:
nr. ,11 .(..c.plnllniia emidtnntlv- on hand.
consisting of w ild turkey, squirrels and
Faintly groceries very cheap lor cash.
Made a specnlty. Give us a trial.
Cheaper than the cheajicst.
12-3-tf. W m. Wintkh, Jit., & Co.
The Delta :CiiyCriit Han J will kIv Grand
FEBRUARY, 15tk, 1818,
At the Sw
Corner Tenth and Waahtnirton Avenue.
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t-, i-liiuiwlrr ill iilti-mlumv, Um ilrclsion to be
maileliy illaiutt-n-atm iKirtlra. ......
Newi-oatumi'4 from sit Louis will Iw for reat
ai t'liii naui eium.
rt-Tlrki-iaforsalaat V. O. Schuli's, J. Ilnr-
gi-r's,!-;. H , liuuem auu aicuauiar a urua
alurv ' 1-yj-M.
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Atteraey sit Iw.
orriCK: Atmldaoo ou l'LaS.P,2!,ii'S
tweru WUuMrtoaTnnl rTaWMln. a
Steamer Robert Mitchell, New Orleans
" City of Chester, Memphis.
" J. W. Miller, Paducab.
" Florence Lee, Ktansyllle.
Steamer Robert Mitchell, Cincinnati.
" City ot Chester, St. Louis.
" J. W. Miller. Paducah.
" Florence Lee, Evaiwllle.
IIIVKIt, WUATIIKIt AND IlL'SINKSS.
There Is no Improvement lu business.
The weather was damp yesterday. A
heavy ruin full ou Friday night.
I1KNKUAI. II KM a,
Arrrivnls nnd departures at tho wharl
were few yesterday.
The Commonwealth, Captain Thomp
son, nud U. P. Schcnck, Captain Carter,
lor Cincinnati, and the Belle ot S lire ye.
port, Captain Rea ; Jean Mountain and
barges, Captain Gray, aud Andy JohnJ
son, Captain Asbury, wero all booked to
leave New Orleans on Thursday.
The. City or Chester from Memphis,
arrived early yesterday morning, put otf
311 bales of cotton for the East vla.tlw.it
XAro ai.u A liXMl?
ou to St. Louis, after getting n small
amatiut or freight.
The Oleiicoc und Louisville both re
fused offerings ot corn at Madrid bends
and the adjacent bends.
Tho Andy Baum arrived niter dark
Friday night from Memphis, loaded to
the guards and with rifty people In th
cabin. Among her iteui3 of cargo was
623 hales or cotton, -100 batrcls of mo
lasses, Irom the Mary Miller, and 000 bar
rels ot oil.
The J. W. Mills camc'iu irom and re
turned to Paducah on time yesterday.
The Jim FIsk will be ready to take her
old place lu the Cairo and Paducah trade
In about two weeks.
The bottoms along tho Arkansas
river are Inundated. The streams are
higher than ever known. A private tel.
egmm from Little Rock states that the
entire country Is Hooded.
The remains of ex-postinaater Casey,
or VIcksburg, were ou board the Robert
Mitchell yesterday. They are being
taken to Kentucky for Interment.
Tho Florcneo Ie came Into port
from Evansvllto In the place of the Pat
Cleburne yesterday, with a good trip,
and had an excursion party of ladies and
gentlemen from Metropolis, and tho most
prominent Individual among them was
Captain Dick Fowler.
The Sam Brown nnd tow left for Pitts-
burg at 1 o'clock yesterday altcruoou.
Augelo and Stephen McBrlde, luivlng
brought the Sam Brown back from St.
Louis, turned her oyer to her regular
pilots yesterday, aud are now open for
Tiie Charles Morgan is coming with
800 tons of rrieght nud a big trip of pas
sengers. It has taken the Commonwealth a long
time to make up her mind to leave New
Orleans, but she was.
From the following paragraph, taken
from the New Orleans Times, It seems
that the rumor which was prevalent In
Memphis a day or two ago, aud which
we published yesterday morning, lu re
gard to an alliance having been formed
by the John B. Maude and Mary Belle,
for the purpose ol'Jmaklng a big tight
against the Dean in the Memphis und
New Orleans trade, has turned out to be
a tact. The Timn says : 'The John B.
Maude, leaving Ian evening, will only
go as I'aras Chicot City this trip, aud will
return In time to lcatc on Friday, the
23th, for Memphis, Helena and the bends,
iw mttl vViwenfWr run lu conaectlou
with the great steamer Mary Bell, which
boat leaves on Friday tho 21st." It Is
said that since this statu of affairs have
been brought obout, the owners of the
Dean have determined to carry tho war
"directly Into Aflrlca" by placing their
steamer on tho sumo day an tho Mary
Bell. This will make things awful hot
The James D. Parker Is to take a big
excursion praly from Cincinnati aid
Louisville to Memphis en her carnival
The following particulars in regard to
the stranding or the St. Francis Belle,
was given the Memphis Appeal man by
Capt. J. C. Abbot:
"On Sunday evening, January 17. 1870,
when aear Island Cj, it became very
foggy, and I thought best to lay the boat
up, which 1 did, and through the night
was aware that the timber was caving
in, so that It was dangerous for passeu-
very dark aud foggy, 1 could not sea
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micm i uumu lu uvbivi luy luuuiviwiij
so next morning, about eight o'clock, I
attempted to more, and In so doing got
the boat from the shore. The next thing
wo round ourselves ugrouuti ou tne op
posite side of the river. Every attempt
was made to sret her off, but tailed.
Then 1 saw the sand was washing so
Irom under her lieaU, I tiiuugnt it iirft
to throw the cotton oil, to save the boat,
which I did. hue is now lyuir very well,
not much hurt nor damaged.'
tui iiauTB arrATsau
R. SMYTH & CO.,
WbolmaU and IUU11 Pealart la
Foreign and DM.tio
WIN OF Alila KINIM.
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