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ASUAI.ON I.ODOK, NO. 61.
f nUhia 1,1 Prlhlai. nu t tirrr Wtl
iUt tdirhl t luUf-baat Mf, in oJd
K,1lowa' Ull. - Hnw.
.-. AI.RXANDKR I.OIKIK, NO. 224
Mk. ln-UliriHlrat Onkr of Odd-Krl
laTaTaaW lowj. inrrli rti-nr TkarwUy nijcli
BHI atnaff-paalarmi, In tUtir lull up
Joiiirnorr ltl airiiue, lirtwmi BUltianiS (Wftitb
flflt, II AM. I.AHK.n.ll
SAIItO KNCAMI'MK.ST, I. O. O. F., suo-la
yr UilJ-Vllow' Hall outtir flral anil tbird
I iuilJ Hi cvrrx month, at hair-patt MVro.
J no. H Uu'HMAM, 0. 11
A UAlltDMSIKlK. NO.CT.A.r. A A. M
HoM n-inilnr communications In 1U
7a soulc Hall, conirr Cooiuwrclal atrntw
' ' 'ami MKnlli atwl, oo the srcoml an!
mum .nonuar or men monrn.
iTj.xxkjvxi i.v. work", uiii'io-
aou iiiimir iiiiHinaui rnn lor riiiiiMii- ran
io(iir. .M!-im wviuni, itr.lMM.Mi a t i
Huullslivr. ul' .Mnvinlc Winks, 7.11 llmailwijr
iiw lurk. i isu',it
MASm'KRABK BAM, t
The Delta City Cornet Itatid will give a
Grand Masquerade Kail on February
15th. 1S70, ntthc Now Turner Hull, cor
ner Tenth street and Washington avenue.
There will lie two prizes awarded, a
gold headed cane for the gentleman, nm
a line mu'Ical allium to the lady for the
best represented character In attendance,
the decision to be made by dlluten-sted
New costumes troui St. Loul will be
for rent at Phil S.uip'n store.
BTTIckets for sale at 1. G. Schuh's
J. Burger's, K. A W. Budcr's and Mc-
1 lauley's drug itore. 1-22-td.
Owing to cootmaplatetf ebango
in our butrineaa, on or about tho
nmtof Marou, wo hall offer from
ibiudato our ontlro atook of dry
goods, notiona, and ahoea at first
coat Tula ia a rare opportunity
for those who daaire bujrii fresh
and aeaaoatble goods at lower
prices than they have ever boon
offered for. Coma early and avoid
the rush. From this date.no goods
will bo bold except for cash.
Friends will please make a noto of
this. STUART & QHOL80N.
lur Uiiuuki niid Olormito.
1 he Atchison, Totx-La ami Santa Ke
railroad from Kansas City and Atchison
on the Missouri river, via Topeka. the
capltol ot Kniia', and the beautiful Ar
kansas valley to the I'oO.y Mountains,
The shortest mile lo Piiebelo the (iraud
Canon, Colorado Springe. Mnnltou
like .Speak, and all place of note In the
mountain region.' The favorite route
to Denver and all point In Northern
Colorado. The lM route to Southern
Colorado, New Mexico nnil Arizona. The
oniy turret route to (lie r.imoiu San
.llt.ni miue. The track aml equipment
14 iinequnleii, train- run through irom
the Missouri river to the I'wkyMuuii
talus, making conuirtlou lu Union oe
I'ot-i and mowing delays and trans.
IVrs. For lull dirripllvii circular
maps, ti iii table, etc., address
T. .1. Amiki.ms.v.
tien'l Puss. Agt-lit, Topeka. Kan.
ATM mt ABVKRTININU.
UAlltillU for adisrllilnir, airituearnl my
Trati'leiit ulmllaliig will be lnfrll attht
rate of II i r tutre fortlw Oral lni.frllun
anil tfl rents fur each ul.miiiiriit one. A lllrrral
illwfluut will tm mmlr on (tamllnf- ami illiilajr
Churrh, fkKltlT, rnllvat ami flup-r nnllm
Will only be Inirrtril a al wtlM-iDrntt
Kor Intertlnic Kunral notlr (. SiMn of
meeting of tocleliri or aeertt onlera cent for
No a"heMletnrnl will lie recelml at lr than
Local BtulnMS Xotloaa, of
tan iibm or mora, inaartad
In tn Mallatln mm rollmvti
Ona Inaartlon Bar Ilea A danta
Tata Inaartlosataar ilna 1 Ganta.
Tkraa laaartlona Dar Una -.10 OanU.
fix lnaartlosa par Una .11 Oaata.
xwo waaxa par una .. ............ caatn.
Ona moBtb par Una ......36 Oanta.
Mo Kaduotlou will ba mada in abova
WKDNKSDAY J ANITA II Y 2(5,1870.
I.oea.1 Waather Bcport.
CAIaolLb., .ijll. Z'l, itff:
tma. Uai. Tim. Wi.id. Vkl. Wkatii.
"a.m. .Mn m H t Clomly.
II " I 731 37 1 W t Clomly.
j.hi 'SO-IM ut HW i (1oii.1t.
3H'." ),I77 Us NW h Clouilr
rrKeunt.SlKUilHerrloc, V.'i. A,
The members of the Citizen' A.oeia-
tion are rejiictel to meet in City Conn-
il Chamber, on H'edneiday night, Jan
uary 'Jf.lh Int for the pnrjoe ol tlevi-
Inx way and mean to obtain an appro
priation Irom Congress for the Improve-
nient of the ill-i.lppl river at Cairo.
Other citizen intereted In thi matter
are rv.peetfuily invited to uni t with the
ioelatlon. Y. H. Smith, f'reldent.
Cairo, .Ian. IJ,.l!7."i.
on tho rccond tloor In Dr. YVarducr'ft
building, and the Ketitleiuen will Hock
Into the. Taylor l.lternry Club rooms In
the xanic bulldliiK. here their fair part
ners will march up and take them to the
St. ."Iiarlen and the happy destiny theie
ATheii a lady nk the pleasure of
a ueulleioair company to the heap-Year
party, he blu-hlnt'ly replies: "W,
ma'am, If ma is willing." He Immedi
ately consult his pocket hook, and If lie
has cnh enough, he make pn't h.ute to
supply himself with a lace handkerchief,
white Ian, kid gloves iind perfnmerv.
Oeorge Jones was before Judge
UroM yetrday for stealing n liorse
blanket from H'arren Uro., tinners nt
the corner of Kighteenth street and Com
iiieruial aveuue; nud also stealing a jack
plane from Sir. Cha. Laneater. Jones
acknowledged his guilt, and In default of
two hundred and titty dollars hall, was
turned over to Dick Kltgerald at thu
The Narrou-fJaugc railroad Is dav
it hard time ol it, and the expense inci
dent to the so Ircqucnt removals of their
track inuH iicceenarily be enormoti.
The bank of the river ha been caving In
very rapidly lor the l:it few days, nnd
the company wilt be compelled to move
their track in M-vcral places. If one-
half the money upent in moving their
tracks and building theiicwcmbaukineut
had been spent last miunicrlii protecting
the levee, the company would not now
be laboring under tho embarrassments
and riiniciiltlc It l. Hut so much for
Sheriff Irvln returned night belorc last
having In cliarge tlie man Dctirath. It
M-ems the sheriff' has been on the track
ofDeOrath ever since In escape from
him when he went to New York after
him the tlr-t time. The sheriff took i
good earo not to allow him
any unnecessary nrlvlleire on hit lact
trip out with er:rath, and lauded lilm
in the county Jail night before last. .Mrs.
iH'Grath, No. 2, accompanied her hus
band to thi- city, where .(ie will re
main until after his trial.
S'Hlro l Moi
III llniiKer of
l.iuroi! itci.t.KTix Vmr Sit i A mer
chant of our cWy haiUieen In ricelpf ol
several letlerslfiom correspondents, re
questing tn kuov whether il would not
he belter lo withhold shipments for the
present, or until such time as the safety
of our city Is assured, a the report has
gained currency In the country that Call"
is on the polntof being Inundated, by the
watcrj of (lie Mlssls'lppl breaking
through the lirec- .Since people require
only a small foundation upon which to
rear n huge fabrication or mlreprescnta
tion, or wor4, allow their fears to run
away with tlelr wit on slight cause.
The tact that Ithe city ha energetically
gone to work fend built a new levee to
protect, when the old leyce with Its foun
dation went I nio the river, and that this
new levee U abiplc for the needs, mill'
tatei not against thesis reports, Is due to
either foreign animosity orhomesqueara-
Uliuc, probably Intermixed with a lit
tle l,I don't care a continental, for I'm
llxcd." Now, notwithstanding either
enemies or alurml't, I can safely say to
thoncwho are Interested In Cairo as a
market, I do not thluk that there Is any
more danger of an Inundation than there
has been in years paM, since the time the
levees broke in I8.V..S0, send along your
stilt), and our mcn.hauis will treat you
in the same correct timiincr iliev Imvn
done In the past. Nkmo. '
THAT CANE AND FtPK,
Cnpl. Jim Murrl
t'Mite mill llie-siilil
tin1 wort sol
A silver plated No. 0 Wilson Shuttle
S wing Machine, hard (piano) linMi,
valued ill $. Will lieold at tli
count, on good term, and ordered direct
Irom the factory.
Colored and mounted Map ol the
cityol Cairo at $1! SO each (hall price.)
A No. !l Wilson Shuttle Sewing Ma
chine, valued at $75. Will be sold at $15
licouut, and ordered direct from the
A $.') Itemlngton Sewing Machine
$.10 off for cash. Suitable lor tailor or
boot and shoe manufacturer.
-A style "K," "Clough, Warn u &
Co.V Parlor Organ, right from the fac
tory at Ietro!t. Mst price, SHW. Will
be sold for $200.
100") nheet of bri'tol lioanl Jn-st re
ceived at the Oi'i.i.r.TiN office, and lor
sale to the trade.
l ily of t'nlra,
colored and varnished, for sale at half
price ($2.50) at the Hl l.l.r.Tlx offlee.
2(,fi00 note heads, :i0,000 envelopes,
'Jti.OOO letter head, 10 reams statements,
'JO reams bill heads CurlMc paper jut
received and for sale at the Bh.i.dtin
For any of thealiovo articles, apply a
he Bulletin office. E. A. Huunktt
All rbroalr DUrjira Cured
UV Ull. Ill' LI 7.
He U locati-d in Cairo, Illinois, and Is
still calling on you to be healed. Why
will you die ot old chronic discaci, when
you can be cured with so little cost or
mouey. Do not give It up yet, for there
is still a balm In Oilcan). Cairo is the
place to come to lie cured of all your
aches and pains.
I am now prepared at my office to give
medicated bath', and jk-koiis wishing to
lecelve such, will call at my office ou
Klghth street, No. -.'J, from the hours ol
- p.m. till (1 p.m. Alo plane hath, hot
hath, warm bath, cold bath, or vapor
bath. Alo persons having the con
sumption or weak lung, and wishing to
recelvo medicines by Inhalation, can re
ceive the treatment at jny office, this be
ing the only true way of getting medi
cine direct to the lungs. Also I treat dis
eases of the eye of years stuudlng, and
the bliud has been made to see by my
ticatmeut. All d I -cases of the skin I
cure. Fistula cured by me without the
use ol the knife. If you have a cancer
r ome and lie cured. All private diseases,
In the shortest time, cured by me. In
short, for all chronic diseases of the tin
man system, go to Dr. Hull, if you wWi
to he cured. 1 compound and prepare all
tay medicines at my office, it is said
that practice makes perh-ct, I have lieen
thirty years n practicing physlcUu.
All letters and communications shall
be confidential ami promptly attended to
by me. Direct, I)k. Htltz,
No. 22 Klghth street, Cairn, IlllnoU,
fir Wm IITrranrkfd
one day, and a ride In an open lrcct-car
luteal hli-sJtiMt. . ll.xed a cold ou his lungs. The sorcues
Work on the new levep was re- in the chest gave him only momentary
turned yesterday. trouble, ana no attention was paid them
It Is said there are more than one One day, in the ruh ot trade, he over
hundred witness- lu the Craln cases. worked again, and to lib s uniri'c kent
. - . I . . -
hherlff Irvln was determined to can- lug bed for weeks with acute dleac ot
tore thetnaiDeGratli, and, he did It
Mr. Fred Korsmeycrof thi city, ha
gone to Missouri ou huslne.
Messrs. . W. Clemens and J. It,
Calvert, attorney for the Cralu, are in
Olrts, I riday evening will lie your
chance to pop the qiieHlon Don't let the
w Ido ws crowd you out. 1-20.1 1
Mis.I. Eddy of I.ockport. Illinois,
U Willing at the residence ol Mr. P. ,S,
Kent ot this city.
Captain .Urn Morris returned ye.itcr-
day afternoon from an extended tour
through the South. I Ic will leave to-dar
for .St. I.uui.
The washout lu the Mississippi
river at the foot of Thirty-Fourth Uni t
ha carried away almo-t the entire levee
lor a distance ot aliont lifly feet.
-Patrick Kennedy for IHng. drunk
was arrei-trd by Officer Brown, and Judge
Bird tent him to the lock-up lor three
Jailer McCarthy wa out with hi
force of jail birds ycsterd.iv, and did
some good service in the way of cleaning
the street crossing.
The trial of the Cralns will commence
to-day. It Is believed the trial ol this
case win occupy the time of the court
the balance of the week.
Mr. Ward, an old coal dealer, has es
tablished a new coal office, and Invites
thu patronage of ail hU old friends and
everybody else to give him a trial fig
ures are low and terms c.ih. See Notice.
Kememlier the mcctliig of ths Citi
zens' Association at the council chamber
this evening. It 1 important that every
property owner of the city should be
prescut, as much depends upon the
action of this meeting. Tun. out.
1 he Woman a Club and Library
Association desire to return thanks to
the National Cornet band lor their excel
lent music aud services so kindly given,
ou the evening ol Mrs. Alvord's lecture.
Mrs. DeGratli, No. 2, wa in court
the greater part of the day yesterday, and
it was evident that she was laboring un
der the greatest mental agony. She
ticks to MeGrath "closer than a
We recommend our readers, particu
larly thoM; who need washing, or wash
ing done, to read the card of Mrs. Lettle
Coleman, lu the Bulletin ; ttudy her
price, and then go unclean if you have
the conscience to do so. All we have to
say is tor neatness and ills patch no one
excels her. l-23-2t
the lung, which he had not supcctcd
were disordered. He might have saved
Uiis loss ol time in the hurry ot business
by taking Hall's Balsam. Prleo, $ per
bottle. .Sold uvervn here.
l.-JO-l t-w-( 18)
Tins care of Hie People vs. James. K
l.ane 'till occupied the time of the cir
cuit court yesterday. Judge Mulkey
commenced the closing argument for the
defense at the opening ol court in the
morning, und concluded between two ami
three o'clock, when Judge Orccn com
meiiccd tho closing .speech for the prose
cution. I he court Iioiims was densely
crowileil during the entire day, tho
colored population being well represented.
As the case draws to a cloe, the interest
seems to Iiierea-e. Judge (Jretu spoke
until the nljonrnmcut of court last even
lug, and will conclude this mornim.
when t court will Instruct the Jury and
i. . .. .ii i . .i ...
me rati mil in-given 10 incm, hi; gen
erally conceded the Jury will not renmli
The Jf rrlhirT..VlKlit.
The object of the meeting ot the Citi
zens' Association, to bo held at the
council chamber this evening, should In
duce every property owner In the city to
be, in attendance. The meeting U called
that our people may couic together and
consult as lo the best means ol securing
an appropriation from the national gov
ernment for tho Improvement ol the
MIs5ls,ippi river iu this vicinity. Those
best potciI lu the matter exorcii the
opinion that an appropriation can be ob
tained If the right steps arc taken to
bring the subject to the attention of con
gress iu proper i-liape. It Is for this pur
pose that the meeting will be held to
night. It N hoped and expected that all
interested lu the .success of the project
will Ims in attendance nnd take part In
whatever action is hud.
From pre-ent Indication the civil
docket will not be readied at this term ot
the Alexander county Circuit Court.
The criminal docket is not larger than
usual, but the cases to be tried are of a
different nature. Generally the criminal
docket is made up of cases where the
parties are accused of thefts or burglary
andsoondiipo-edof; butatthls term very
few of thiicla-.s ol cutcs appear on the
docket. Nearly all the cases yet to be
tried are of conidenibie importance,
aud will be fought through to tin bitter
end eating up the time of the court and
The Mciubrra of I lie firm of flrllbron
V Wlrl lu the Hand or I'nilrd
Mlt Mnrakml-I.oula B. Tliuina
Hlo In Hock.
IIMI.UKO.V 1 WIKL.
Considerable surpri-i! was occasioned
yesterday by the announcement that the
linn of Hellbron A WU-1, dry good mer
chants doing business on Commercial av
enue near Ninth street, had failed, and
that the members ot the linn, Mr. Hell
bron and Mr. Wlel, were both lu
the hands ot Deputy I'nlted
States Marshal la 111 t Sprlngticld
who arrived In the city yctero..y after
noon and Immediately caused their nt"
Shortly after thre o'clock a reporter
for the Bui.i.ktin dropped Iu at tie
she rill's office iu the court house, where
he found tioth Hellbron and Well and
Deputy United Stales Marshal Hill. On
Inquiry it was ascertained that the ar
rest of the parties was made ou war
rants sworn out by their eastern credi
tors, nnd that they would Ims held In cus
tody of .the marshal until nu examina
tion ol the condition of their business
affairs eould be made.
Messrs. Hellbron X Weil have done
business iu this city tor some time, nnd
we have never heard a breath of suspicion
against their bone-ty as merchants and
business men. Their trlcnd are conll
deut that when the condition of thelrbus
luess affairs is sifteil nud the tacts known.
It will be ieen that, though they were un
able to meet their bill as they came due,
there wa no intention on the part ot the
linn to defraud their creditors.
LOl'Ii i. TIIOJH.
The above named gentleman wa ar
rested early yetcnlay morning by Dep
uty Sheriff John Cain aud Chief of Police
Co-sinaii while passing aloug Poplar
.street, near the po-t office. The arrest was
made on a warrant issued by I 'nlted States
CommUiioucr II. II. Caudce, ou applica
tion of A. II. Cole of Cincinnati, it is
lhcgcner.il opinion that Mr. Thorns is in
a light place, and that by the time he
finds himself a free man again lie will
know hoiv unprovable it is to close out
a store lu the manner in which he closed
out his. Mr. Thorns was under guard all
day yestcrday.and spent most of tho time
reariilril Willi n
laaaa ' aa aa a aaaaaa
Captain Jim Mori I Is
man lu America,
Captain Morris Is ai BVi-ternto Joker,
ami as the phru'e goe, lu hi happiest
mode w hen "putting upnJob"ou oine
one of his numerous 1'rlends. He can
laugh longer nud heartier at the disconli
ture of a Irlend than any man we ever
saw. Of late lie has been playing tricks
on some orjlds friend In tills city, and
they resolved to get even with Mm, or
In other wonl, "pay him back hi Mi
Accordingly, for n day or two It has
been quietly whl'iH-red around among
"the lwys" that Capt. Bob Helley wa
to Iks presented with a "magnlllcent
gold-headed cane" and a "handsome
pipe." The pre-cntation was to lake
place at the Planters' lloue, and lat
evening thu time. Of course tins matter
was to he kept from Capt. Itolley until
the last moment, but Capt. Jim Morris
was let Into the Mscret, and was to be
present at the prc-cntatlon.
In keeping with this arrangement, at 8
o'clock last night u crowd of about torly
persons, all Irlcnds nt Capt. Ilelley as
well as or Capt. Morris assembled hi the
dining-room ul the Planter's, ami mine
host Hex ford, who fully understood
what" Win lo follow, was fully
up to his work and played
his part well. Cunt. Jim Morris was
ou baud nnd a full of fun a ti dog Is
of flea. He took his scat at the head ot
one ot the long tables, nnd, McCawber
like, waited to see what would "lurn
When alt had become quiet, Sam Pos
ter ro-e nnd read the following:
Mu Hefty Friend "Ciim" Murri :
I vos Ixi'ii nbboiuted as shpnkcsiuun
on dot occashuu to brcsent you mil dot
ami iioi cane, not, nine, in ne
friend, vas, n you can see, souiedlngs
grand und maetlg. It va a pipe vleh.
from its nbbearance, von vlll
observe, has seen de light ot day for
more ash d wo ordrceccndcuulaK Vy,
lu fact, dot blpe It It don't vas made tic
fore de Hood, vas certainly made since
dot time, anyhow. Dot vas so, so luib
me grashu1. I'nd mine friend, ven In
"Alailen meditation fan.y ln-e" von vas
schmoklng itot bipc, may de pfeasiires
yich It gives you, make you
M like you va.s got religion,
"n't vas gone right straight to heaven
'i a,1l?ml basket, or souiedlngs like dot.
t nuiloicam. Yell, my venerable frond,
gae ubon de beauty and symmetry of
dot bcnutltul Insect. Dont ft vas make
you feel habby to know dot cane vos
yours? Und dniid Id vas make you feel
habby to know dot your friends vos rec
ognizing de lact dot you vos growing
old nud worn nud und decrepit!, und dot
dey vos o kind und thoughtful as to
give you somcdlni's no subbort
vour totterhiL' foodslebs'r Veil
if you don't you ought lo, anvwav. Und
so my friend take dot blpe und dot cane,
und be happy; but dond my friend, let
de fagt or your possessing such valuable
dings like dot make you led broiul uud
big, so dot yon deml vos could ,;p, y0ur
enemies from your friends, und iJIngn
like dot. Ain't dot so? Vou lied mu id
vos. i.'mi to minis lrieml dot vos all.
but slitlllM will say. aili slipokemaMs fer
uoi crown, uoi vis vos a iceuia ury, unii so
vu don't cans If ve vos took a drunks of
lager mlt you. Dot Is so my friends,
As he concluded leading, I'osti.r
banded Capt. .Mollis two articles rolled
up in old nuw-spaHjn. The captain re
ceived and commenced unwrapping the
largest bundle, when out rolled the wor-t
specimen of a pipe we over aw. It was
a mammoth lliliig-a pipe made out of
a walnut knot, ami would hold nt leic t
a quart ol tobacco.
The captain saw lie tins sold.
He then uiirollid the s.ecoud bundle,
and out came a cane :i walnut slick.
painted grc.-n, and ornamented with
cr.ipn of tin nud copper wire.
Captain Moiri- was wot c sold and ac
knowledged it. But he was equal lo the
occasion, and Iu a few well put remarks
Wsn DirAiiiMiLNT, liivtti ItirnitT. i
Jan as, ,87n.
I LOW WATKII,
I AH in r 1 1 If
New Orlt-ann ..
rrt iiT S Ik na I Hrrvlrr, f.. .
Vnrt 1.17. "
Sh-amer J. W. Mills, Paducah.
" Liberty No. 4 and tow, St. I
" John F. Tollo, New Orleans.
Steamer J. W. Mill, Paducah.
S. II. hong, Mound City.
" John A. Scuddcr, New Orlean;
" John V. Tol le, St. I.nul.
iu li-tenhig to the argument iu tins l.ane i accepted thu canu aud pipe,
case. Just what cour.-e Mr. Thorns'
creditors propose to pursue lu his; cae
ha- nut tninpirci.
WAR! WAR! WAR!
All 0rr Uuruie.
ud all the beer drinkers and lunch
caters cau get a big glass of line beer and
a good lunch by calling around to Our
Saloon, aud all this Tor live cent. Come
everybody, and 'cc me,
Filty cents, at Winter's
For sale A $12 50 order on city of
Carbondale. Enquire at Bulletin' office.
1.2Mf E. A. BriisK-rr.
running the county to great expense.
Mrs. Margaret Keating, who resides The trial of the Craln? will, In all prob.i-
at the KlverShannou House, corner of billty, coiniiience to-day, and will cer-
Twentleth and Poplar streets, announces taluly continue through the balance of
to her friends and the public generally this week, and maybe longer. After this
that she will give a ball at her house on therj are several manslaughter, and we
Saturday night, next, January 2tUh. Mrs. believe, one murder case, besides several
heating takes tills method of raising a cases ot less Importance to be disposed
small sum ot money, of which she Is
greatly iu nceiljust nt this lime.
If any husband should not happen to
receive an Invitation to the Leap Year
party, while his better half 1 acting as
an escort to some more fortunate mascu
line, let Mm reflect as he attends to the
many wants of those "cousarneil babies"
at home, that it Is only once In n long
lime the tables are turned. K'ti-lt
The following attorneys were in nt
tendance ou circuit court yesterday:
ludge W. J. Allen and A. D. Duff,
Caibondale; Judges Mulkey nud Green,
D. T. I.lnegar, W. It. Gilbert. S. P.
Wheeler, Col. Shaver, County Attorney
Mulkey, City Attorney Black, all ot
Cairo. W. W. Clem as Jimd J. It. Cal
It Is expected that the ladies who
are going to the I.enp-Year party on
Friday night, will nseiuble In the rooms
ot. Thus it will Iks seen that to dispose
of the crlminr.l docket will occupy a
great deal of time yet, and it is exceed
ingly doubtful If the civil docket l
reached at all this term.
Vonl t Co Ml t
wlh to Inform the citizens of Call o
that 1 keep on hand a large supply or
coal of different klud, which I will sell
as follow, delivered In any part of the
city: $2 50 !o$t ier ion, cash, nud full
weight guaranteed. J.oiks lios.
1. 1. si.
On Friday evening, u double strait
gold iiecK.cliain, with ehp broken off'.
The tinder, who showed the ihuin at Tu
ber Jewelry store ou Saturday, will
please return It to Pat Fllgerald, corner
of Fourteenth street aud Coniuificial av
enue, who will pay a suitable rewnnl for
Always on hand at the Butcher's and
Drover's Exchange on Eighth street,
Pilsner's Cincinnati and Ph. Best' Mil
wnukee Beer. Grand lunch every morn
ing and evening at 0:.'0 o'clock. Come
one! Comeall! I.ot'is Bi.att.u.
Sometimes exposure in very raw wind
iulliiines the pituitoiM lining ofthciio-e,
aud causes an unhealthy How of mucus,
which leads to chronic catarrh, ore
throat, cough, and disease of the lungs,
consumption nud premature death, un
less McdiIv fined by Wlsart's Pine
Tree Tar Cordial. 1-2U-1 1 w (J)
WiiihI d Cunl.
I It wood by the cord, $3 75; I ft
wood by the.half cord. SJ 00; I ft sawed,
jiercord, $1 50; I It wood sawed and
split pcrconl, $3 ("1. Coal, pet-single
ton,$J 00; coal, tuo Ions, $.'1 75; coal,
t or more tons, &t 50.
l-O-lni. C. W. Wiieeleii Co.
Xullee or Mi'MiosMi.
O. Koch has removed Ids boot and
shoo shop from the old Maud to hi
new brick building tone block Mow),
No. "0 Commercial avenue, Ulwccn
Fifth uud Sixtli i-treets, when1 lie will
keep (he best noun made and St. I.oul
custom made boots aud shoes, made of
the tx-.-t material ; good workmanship
and in the latest style. All orders
promptly attended to, iVJJ-lt.
III. Ill' ttifttllur llin.iprMi.l li ...n ,w..n
I V .'.... utvnut',1 hi Mini; CUIIHJ-
thing." The crowd "look something,"
and shortly alter dispersed.
Captain Morris was the worst told man
we ever saw, nud was honest enough to
own It. But ho will get even with the
boy-, mind If lie don't.
Wood mill S oul
On and alter this date thu prices of
wood mid coal at my yard, adjoining the
Cairo aud St. Louis Narrow Gauge depot,
will be as follows :
1- our foot wood per cord, r.'J 75 ; four
foot wood per hall cord, $2; four foot
wood, sawed, per cord, $1 50 ; four foot
wood, sawed und split, per cord, $5 ; Big
Muddy coal per single, ton, $1 ; same per
two ton', ?!l i.i; same per four tons and
upwards, S-i 50.
All goods delivered.
1-7-lm .I.i. If. Lam:, Prop'r.
To I lie I'Hllenl 1'nlille mitt my Nor
I have just received a frcsli supply of
the most desirable delicacies, Mitch ns
Caviar, I.amprc;., (.Veiiuaugeu; Sour
Eel, genuine Swiss cheese, genuine LIm
burger, ami many other Leap Year
dishes too numerous to mention.
Goviimauds, come aud sec. taste, cat anil
be happy ut the 'i'hallan saloon of A.
Jaeckle, opposite the Bri.t.Kll.V office.
He also has ou hand a fresh -upply of
the celebrati-il Pilener beer.
New l oiil Odlce.
F. M. Ward has opened ncoal office nu
south side of Klghth street, between
Commercial and Washington avenues, In
argent's shoe store. He will sell Ilnr
rlsburg coal delivered iu any part or tlin
city at $.1 25 per single ton, or $.1 per
ton iu four-ton lots ; Big Muddy coal at
$1 per single ton. or $7 50 for two ton,
all ihilvi nil. Tiict in u inek bottom
prices, and mean cash and cadi only.
A JVrw Ins
At tli.i request of several Irlends, Mrs.
Saunders wishes Instate that site is form
ing a preparatory Piano. Class lor chil
dren. Terms for one leson weekly,
$10 00 per quard r. Beginner nm thor
oughly taught by her, and (he hand grot,
ually nud carefully formed. An early
application Is requested, ns the number
niii't he nccesiat illy limited. 133 2
IIIVKIl, WF.UIIRIt AMI nilSINKSS.
Business was quid, n usual.
The weather was cloudy hut pleas
The Oliio rose six Inclie.
The GcorL'e Lvlso and'tow nrrlieil i
Louisville on Huinl.-iv.
This Arlington I due from Plltsburi.'
wjlh a big trip.
Jiie John A. Scudder did not get
away from bete until noon yesterday.
the Clii-rekit-and II. S. Turner left
Cincinnati yesterday for New Orleans.
I he John A. Scudder received about
250 tons of freight here.
The U, P. Sdienck big bonanzas-la
hie from New Orleans to Cincinnati.
The S. II. Long went to Mound Cllv
o lay up, yes tenia) morning.
The John F.Tolie put oil Il.OhO tomb
stones nt Mound City yotcnlay.
The J. W. Mill, came In with a very
good trip from Paducah yesterday.
Ihe arrivals and departures wen-
few uud fur lietween yesterday,
The Grand Lake and barge from St.
Louis for New Orleans, will get 5,000
acks of corn at Lucas bend.
The Tom .Sherlock Is due from Cin
cinnati. Ike Gough and Wi-slcv Con
ner me her pilots.
The II. S. Turner and Cherokee an;
having ,i war in Cincinnati, and tin- Tur
ner, it Is said, is coming out lust Ih-I.
Tho Lilierty No. -I brought down a
tow or freight from St. Louis, ami will
n.-turu to that port after discharging her
The Charles Morgan arrived here ou
Monday night. She was live days out
Irom New Orleans to the hour when she
struck the whail.
Captain Thnrweguu's new boat the
Grand He public, will start ou her tlrst
trip lo .New Orleans ou the tlrst of
Ail the Ohio aud Mis!lppl river
steauilioafM are getting ready to make
their Mardi Gras ecur.-Iou trips to Mom.
phis auilew Orleans.
The Commonwealth 1 coining from
New Orleans with 0O ton, IM) lihd.
sugur, IU) bbls molasses, 211 bids resin,
and 50 bale- of rugs. $J1( s due here
The Tom Sherlock Is coming Irom
Cincinnati with a good tiip. She re-celie-at
Louisville 100 -lieep, ID horses,
and 500 barrels potatoes, nlie got l.fjoo
barn-Is potatoes at Florence.
The Jno. F. Tolle arrived from New Or
leans yesterday morning. She li.nl a lot
ofstone Tor the National Cemetry nt
Mound City, uud went up theie to un
The Bannock City, turumJy owned
by Walker A: Ncllisol this place, is adver
tised to be sold at Louisville by the
United States marshal, on the 27th lust,
alio lies tit the wharf at that place, and
cash is wanted tor her.
Tho following in regard to the sink
ing of Captain Dl;fc Love's new iron
steamer Caromlolet, wc take from the
St. Louis IlepMican, The Carondolct
was on lmr tlrst trip from New Orleans to
St. Louts :
Tho Iron hull steamer Caromlolet, for
merly the monitor Klekapoo, transformed
into a freight boat at New Orleans tiv
Messrs. Swltzer iV Love of St. Louis, her
owners, sunk yesterday uiornlnir at
three o clock ou the bar nt the head of
"low-heau ' opposite Jellersou bar
racks. The obstruction which pierced
the iron hull is supposed to
Half dlmr, half dime, cigar, Havatu
"Her, at Cowprrthwnllit A Phillip-.
1.1 .VI I
Vnr ho Wisel, ir Bnllftlli.
ersiins wMiimj advertisement or lo
ml notice Inserted In the Weekly Bui.i.e
1 in. should; hand In It... ropy by Tues
day noon, of each week.
I.rce room., furnish, (n.nlur.il.hL
lo ,vlll) e B(!i,u mWv,
."nvi nccuiuaniMVnliiut streets.
qum'on the premises.
Alien. Inn : .,rra.
We have four do.cu Imitation Ebony
Sfiragiie Cnn-Openers, taken Tor ndver
.I'lior, which ws will sell at two dollars
kt do.en. Inquire at Bulletin ofllii'.
I have Just received a lot of work
horses which I will dlsposa of nt pb,.
ale very low. dx lI.uirM.iN.
Corner Sixth nnd Commercial avenue,
Choice .Minnesota potatoes nt 50 cents
jer huhel; and- a large supply
nl fres'.i groceries nhvny ou hand
t low prices. Choice butter 'a sieclalty.
'-If I.. II. Mvkiw.
KvcrybodytokiioH that the place to got
A smooth sliaie,
A good shampoo,
A fu'lilonahlo Imlr-cilt,
Or anything In that line,
l nt the (1ka.no CbnthaL jfillliKlt-
siloi-, corner Eighth nnd Oiimnen-lal.
O-H-lf J. OKOIUIE STKlNIIOUxa.
be this shaft ol tho steamboat Alle
ghany which sunk iu 1857, while en route
trom this port to New Orleans, com
manded by Clifford G. Wavue. The
Carondelet lies iu t) root of water, acconl
tug to a telegram trom .Mr. Ptirdy, the
clerk ot the boat. Henry E-dur was
master or the boat ou her" up trip with
Itobt. Kirkpntrlck, an expcricnccil and
careful pilot, at the wheel. When
the steamer Leopard arrived
alongside a tew- hours ago, site left
an empty lurge to receive freight from
the sunken boat. She was listed to the
Mlsourl shore, witli her starboard guard
appearing to bo out of the water and the
larboard guard under. The tug John P.
Ifeiser towed nu empty h-irgo down to
her to take off the deck load, and the Ih.1I
boat Salvor No. 2. Cnpt.Owings, (-.alongside
preparing to raise her, u task be
lieved to be very ea-y of accomplish
ment. ihece is general regret at this unfor
lunate termination ol thu Cnroudelet's
tlrst trip. rapt. Dick Love ami her other
owners being well-known and txsnular
citizens. She took her llrst corgo at New
Oi leans for this port and has never vet
been Iu our harbor. There Is no Insur
ance ou the hull, dud Ihe expense, of rais
ing ami repairing the boat will be con-
The cargo Is insured probably for It
full value In various St. Louis marine
offices. It coiul-ted of 1171 liov.he.ids
and 850 boxes of sugar ,kr Belcher's re-
unerv. i.isiii sck of salt for I). W. u.
anloni and other coiiihrnmi-ut. The
entire cargo is valued $IOi),0O0, much o,
which is injured or destroyed. Sugar Is'
siiniru f icr iiugsueail ami per
dltMrk- Air. '
It. Smyth A Co. have lust received n
large (supply ot Sjicnccr, McKay & Co.N
celebrated Pittsburg stock ale, which
may he lounil ou draught or lor sale by
tlie half-barrel at their ston' on Ohio
levee. For family ,uu this ale has no
snjierlor, ns It may, Us kept on hand for
six months without souring. 1-21-1 w
A Ao. nniidrj'.
It Is now conceded that Mrs. Celematj
the Inundress, No. 12 Fourth street, lie-
tween aslilngton and Commercial ave
nues, has nneofthelM-st coiuluctiil laun-
Iry establishments lu the -itv,niid land-
lonls of hotels and boarding houses will
Iind it to their advantage to call upon
her. Her prices are as lollows : Hotel
and hoarillhg-hoiM- washing 75 cents
per doeu. For piece work prices are as
follows: Single shirt and collar, 10c; insr
dozen, S0!; socks, 5o; two (sollara, 5c;
two haudkcrchlcfs, 5c; Vests, 20c; and
all gentlemen's wear, S0-. per dozen.
Indies plain calico dn-sics, 25c; calico
dresses witli extra trimmings, 50c; whltn
ireses, l 2.V: ; hullcM1 uuderwnre, line
and course, St on per dozen. l-'JI.tl,
I.VTKR'SJ nl.OI K.
Wc will sell, hen-alter, our goods at
the following pric, nud solicit the pat
ronage of the public:
Family brands, per can .15 cent.
Standards, per can 45 cents.
Select, per can 50 cents.
Select, extra, per can 55 cents.
Tuti oysters, per Kin $1 00
Chicago Trout aud White. ..11 cts. per lb.
Game, Pan Pish. ... 10 and 12 cts. per lb.
Of all descriptions constantly on hand,
consisting or wild turkey, squirrels and
Family groceries very cheap for mh.
tea ami i;om:K
Made a speeulty. (Jive us a trial.
Cheaper than tliecheatic.st.
12-:Mf. W M. WiMfit.-Jit., A Co.
LYNCH & HOWLEY'S
Real Estate Column
We will pay no bills contracted by any
employe ofTtiK llm.i.niy, unless the
same Is made on a written order tigueil
by the preident or secretary ofjthe com;
pany, nnd wo wll accept no order given
by an employe of the company, for any
Caiko ituLLETix Company.
Good dwelling lou-c ou Walnut, lie
tween Twenty-second and Twcnty-thlnl
Tenement No. 2, on Seventh street,
west of Walnut.
Store-room corner Twentieth ami
Business house on Levee, lately oc
cupied by Cunningham A Htllwrll.
Winter's Block-suitable for Hotel
Offices or Business rooms cheap.
Tenements numbered -I, 8 arid 9, In
Winter's How, 5 rooms each, for $10 per
No. 10 (corner), $12 507 rooms.
Cottage ou Sixth street, near Wash
ington avenue 4 rooms $10 a mouth.
Store room In "Pilot House," lately
occupied by A. Ilalley.
A good larm w ith good houses, oppo
site Cairo Haws farm cheats.
-A small House west of Twenty-
second street.near Pine, $1 per mouth.
-Dwellluir Iioiims ou Tweltth. near
Walnut, 0 rooms.
Store room ou l.evi-c, abovis Eighth
street $20 per mouth.
Dwelling hou'e on Sixth stn-et and
-I'luicr lloor of brick linlldlue on
Commercial avenue, above Tenth street,
Hoonis lu various irw ol tlie city.
FOlt LEASE Olt SALE.
Lands, In tracts to suit, near Cairo,
so:miswK of eighth strrki
datwaaa Waahina-taa aod OaaaaaareUt