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Knight of PyThtM, nieet tmrW-
day nJa-ht ei naii-peai mtwi in vfuu
rdiowi'luu. - irow,
itvTlKticn I.OtKlK. NO. 224
jtafMttk, independent Order of Odd-V. I
afEBlowa, nuwu cTtrr Inunday night
H at half-pejt eeven, in tbttr hall on
Commercial avenue, uewil mnj inv ntvuuu
MUM) BNOAMI'MKNT, I. O. O. F., meet
in odd-Pillow! 1111 on the flrit ul third
1 tieadat In ftnr month, at hair-put Mr.
Jwo.ll Uomhah, C. P.
(jAiuoi.otKJK. .so.'rn.A.r. A a.m.
Hold regular communication In Ma
jaijK annlc IUII, corner Commercial avenue
' ' rl Klfrtalfi tnt, on the second and
"onrth Mnndav of each month .
and highly Important, rwml for complete cata
loue. A(tnU wanted. IIKItllINU A CO ,
Publishers of Maaonlc Work, 731 Broadway,
New York. , MJ-il'H.
The Delia City Conict Hand will give n
Grand Masqucrado Unit on February
ICtli, 187C, at the New Turner Hall, cor
tier Tenth street and Washington avenue.
There will to two prizes awarded, n
gold headed cane for the gentleman, and
fine musical album to the lady for the
bwt rerccntc'd clmroetcr lu attendance,
the decision to Im made liy ilUliitvrcilcd
New costume- from .St. I.ouI. will be
for rent at PlillS.uip'a "tore.
9Tlckett for ale at 1', O. ScIiuIi'r
J.Uwger'i, K. & W. Iluder's and .Mc
Gunloy'i drug store. l-'JJ-ltl.
STUART A GHOLSON.
Owing to a contemplated chango
in our business, on or Bbout tho
first of Maroh, wo shall offer from
this dato our entire stook of dry
goods, notions, ond shoos at first
oost This is a raro opportunity
for thoso who desiro buying fresh
and soasonablo goods at lower
prices than they havo ever boon
oiTcrod for. Como early and avoid
the rush. From this dato no goods
will bo sold except for cash.
Frionds will ploaso mako a noto of
this. STUART & OHOLSON.
I or Kaaia and Coloraito.
Tho Atchison, ToUka and Suntn Fe
railroad from Kansu" City and Atchlaou
on the Missouri river, via Topcka, the
capltol ot Kanoai, and thu beatitllul Ar
kausai valley to the Itocky .Mountains.
I he shortest route to I'uebelu the (J rand
Canon, Colorado Spring?. Mnnltoti,
Pikes Speak, and all places of note in the
mountain region'. The favorite route
to Denver and all points In Northern
Colorado. Thu best route to .Southern
Colorado, New llr-xlco and Arizona. The
only direct route to the fanioiu San
Juan mines. The trnck and i-o,nlpmctit
Is unequaled, trains run throui;h from
the Missouri river to the llocky Montr
tains making; connections In Union tle
pots and avoMIue tli-lays and trnn.
few. For lull descriptive circulars
limps, time tibles, etc., address
T. .1. Am)kilo.v,
Cen'l J'as-. An'nt, Topcka, Ifnu.
A silver plated No. 0 Wilson Shuttle
Sewing Machine, hard (piano) llnUh,
valued at $. Will ho sold at $20 dis
count, on good terms, and ordered direct
from the factory.
Colored and mounted .Maps ot the
eityof Cairo at $2 50 each (half price.)
A No. J Wilson Shuttle Sewing Ma
chine valued at $73. Will be o!d nt 1G
discount, and ordered direct from the
A $00 Itctnlngton Sewing Machine
$30 ofl for cash. Suitable lor tailor or
oot and shoe manufacturer.
A stylo "E," "Clough, WaiTcn ,V
Co.'s" Parlor Organ, right from the fac
tory at Detroit. Ust price, $m. Will
U sotd for $200.
1000 sheets of brlstol boanl
eclved at the Uullktin odlee,
alc to the trade.
City of t'nlru,
colored and varnished, for snlo at
prlco ($2.50) at the Hiu.lutix ofllce.
20,000 iiote heads, 30,000 envelopes,
20,000 letter head, 10 rcainn gtatemcntf,
20 reams bill heads CarlM'e paper just
received and for sale at tho Bui.i.r.TiN
For any of tho above articles, apply a
ho Bulletin olllco. E. A. Huiinktt
All Chronic Dlaenaca Viirrit
)iv mi. nun.
lie hi located In Cairo, Illinois, and Is
till calling on you to bo healed. Why
will you dleot old ohronlcdlsenjes, when
you can bo cured with so little cost or
money. Do not glvo it up yet, for there
Is still n balm u Ollcard. Cairo U the
placo to come to be cured of all your
aches and pains.
1 am now prepared at my olllco to give
medicated baths, and persons wishing to
receive such, will call at my office on
Eighth street, No. 22, from the hours ol
2 p.m. till 0 p.m. Also plane baths, hot
baths, wnrm baths, cold bath.", 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 oftlco, this be
ing tho only true way of getting medi
cine direct to the lungs. Also I treat dis
eases of tho eyes of years staudlng, and
the blind has beou made to see by my
treatment. All diseases of tho skin I
cure. Fistula cured by mo without tho
uo of tho knife. If yon have n cancer
come and bo cured.. All private diseases,
In tho shortest time, cured by ino. In
short, for all chronic diseases of tho hu
man system, go to Dr. llultz If you wish
to be cured. I compound and prepare all
my medicines at my olllce. It is said
that practice makes perfect, I have been
thirty years a practicing physician.
All letters aud communications shall
be confidential aud promptly attended to
by me, Direct, Dr. IIultz,
No. 23 Eighth street, Cairo, lllluoli,
KATKN or AIIVKRI'ININU.
rJAII hllli for ndrrrtlalinf, ire due and nay-
Able IM ADVANCE
Transient advertising will he Inserted at the
rale of II W raqUAre for the flrit Insertion
end W lenta for each auhteoucnl one. A llhnral
Ol-rnunt will lie ma le on standing and dlaplay
Chinch, Hoclcty, Festival and Miujicr untlcca
will cnlyle Inserted as advertlM-menta.
Kor Inserting Kunrral notice l to. Notice of
meeting of ocIeti:n or aerret order SO rent for
Vo advetllteroent will lie received at If than
Local Buaineaa Notlaee. of
ten lltiaa or more, inaertou
In thm Bulletin na followa !
One Inaertion oar Une 5 Genu.
Two Inaerllonoper Una -.7 Oenta,
Three lnaertlone per Una 10 Oenta.
Six lnaertlona per Una 10 Centa.
Two weeka per line 85 Conta.
One month per Una 30 Oenta.
No Roduotiou will be made In above
TIIUIWDAY, JANUARY 27, 1870 1
Loral Weather Bepnrt.
eeruennt, Hlgnal Service, II. S A.
It Is believed It will take ten days
trv tho Cralncaes.
Biulnens on tho levee wa only mod
erately active yesterday.
Work on the new levee progrescd
The city council will meet in regu
lar'sesslon next Tuesday evening,
lttv. E. Lawrence or Utlea, New
York, was registered at the St. Charles
S. M. Bird of London, England, was
registered at the St. Charles hotel yeater
day. Deputy United States Marshal Hill,
who was In the city, left yeiterday for
Mrs. Al. Hurd left yesterday for
Ccutralla, where she goes to visit her pa
rents. The attendance at the citizens' meet
ing nt the council chamber last night wu,
all things considered, large.
C. C. Kleler, ot Dayton, and Grand
Commander of the KulghU Templar ot
Ohio, was at the St. Charles hotel yester
day. Work on the new embankment of
the Cairo and St. Louis railroad is being
pushed ahead as rapidly as the condition
ot the weather will jvennlt.
The river Improvement (jueition was
dUcii'scd at the citizen's meeting last
night, aud a partial plan of action de
W. L. Alden.eommlstion merchant,
It-it thin city on Thursday for Chicago,
where he will make his homo lu the fu
Judge Baker will open the Pulaski
county circuit court on the second Mon
day in February, which will bo two
weeks from next Monday.
.Mr. Henry Elliott, of the fir of
Pace & Elliott, lelt yesterday for a trip
through the South on business for his
The venerable Judge Ed-on and
wife of Pulaski county, will celebrate the
sixtieth anniversary of their marriage on
February 3d, at the residence of Mr. aud
Mr?. W. S. Edsou, near Villa Uldgc.
-Tho Cairo anil St. Louis railroad
company had a force of men at work yes
terday moving their track near the cro
levee. The lncroachmcnt.s of the Miv
slsslppl river rendered this removal
Mr. Ward, nn old coal dealer, has es
tablished a new coal olllce. and Invites
the patronago of all his old friends and
everybody else to give him a trial fig
ures are low aud terms cash. See Notice.
It Is believed that the Leap-Year
party on Friday night will be a larger so
cial gathering than has taken place lu
this city for some time. A very largo
number of ladles havo Invited gentle
men, and we havo heard of not a single
ungallaut who has refused.
There Is a strong probability that the
meeting ol tho city council, to be held
next Tuesday evening, will be an exceed
ingly lively one, The proposition to give
the Cairo and St. Louis railroad the right
of way over tho now levee will co me up
again, and that considerable skirmishing
will follow is a dead certainty.
Lessons given In Penmanship, rise
Penmanship, Steamboat Book-keeping,
Card Writing, Posting up accounts.
Copying, etc., at tho rooms of C. J.
tlowc, Nos. IS and 10, Winter's Block,
corner of Seventh street and Commercial
nvcnue; Ladles' class every afternoon
from 4 to 6 o'clock, niul Saturdays from
2 to -1 o'clock. 1-27-lt.
The Tobncru Nale To-Day,
It should be born lu mind that the
regular weekly sale of tobacco at thu
Planter's warehouse, Tenth street,
Messrs. Stranghn, Illnklo & Co.,'propri-
etors, will take placo this niarnlug.
About twenty-rtvo hogsheads will bo of
fered, among It some excellent qualities
of tobacco, it U hoped there will bo a
largo attendance. Let everybody who
can, be present.
Wood mill foul.
On and alter this dato the prices of
wood and coal at my yard, adjoining the
Cairo nud St. Louis Narrow Gauge depot,
will bo as follows :
Four foot wootl per cord, $3 75 ; four
foot wood per half cord, $2; four foot
wood, sawed, per cord, $4 60 ; four foot
wood, sawed ond split, per cord, $5 j Big
Muddy coal per single ton, 1 ; same per
two tons, $3 75; same per four tons und
upwards, $3 50.
All goods delivered.
1-7-ltn Jas. If, Lanei rrop'r.
TIME JlAM. TllK. WiMD. Vr.t.
To. in. jo.iis .tj" t; ii
11 " 3l .' Mj II
p.rn. 1W.9IS e J.K H
SlIS" ViMA H
asmu . '
f'.Uil of llto Minn rnai-, mid n Verdlrl
or "Jlol Oullly" Tlio Trial ol' llie
The trial of James IC. Lane, fyr the
killing of the negro Storlas, t-nino to an
end lu the circuit court yesterday morn
ing. Judge Urccn voneliidctl hi" argu
ment for the prosecution nt about 10
o'clock, and the court proceeded to In
struct the Jury, niter which
the case was given to them.
It was about II o'clock when the
Jury retired from the court room, and
after an absence not to exceed lllteen
minutes I (-turned n verdict of not guilty.
It is tho opinion of those who heard the
evidence that thu Jury did all tiny could
do acjult Mr. Lane ; and tho verdict Is
generally conceded to lx! n fair one.
The Cralu c.ie was called at convening
of court after dinner, and the work of
empauncllng a Jury commenced.
Judges Allen ami Dull' of Cnrbontlale,
and County Attorney llailwell of Wil
liamson county, together with County
Attorney Mulkey, will conduct the pros,
edition ; while W. W. Clemens nml J. B.
Calvert of Williamson county, and Hon.
D. T. Llnegnr ot Cairo, will conduct the
defense. At the adjournment of court
last evening but live Jurors had been ob
tained, as follows : John McEwcn, Sen,,
S. P. Bennett, W. L. Bristol, M. M.
Yourd nud l'hll Saup.
OFF F0K SPHINOFIKL1).
Tlie Member of Ilie S'lrni of llrlbron
Wlel Taken to aurliiKlleiii-i. .
Tliamato llnte h lleiirlni; llvfurr I!.
N. ;iiiiiiilHliMier Otitilei- Till Morn-
If all reports are true the aff.dri of tho
dry goods linn of Ilellbrou x ell are
In a very unsatisfactory shape, at lcat
so far as the creditors of the firm nre con
cerned. It is now alleged that Messrs.
Hellbron & Well have been doing a very
crooked business, aud now that they are
In the hands of the law, It will go hard
with them. It Is alleged that Messrsr.
Itellbron it Well obtained large inutili
ties ol goods by making false statements
as to their ability to pay. They claimed
to have $1,500 worth of goods, all paid
tor, when in fact they were $1,100 worse
otfthan nothing. They arc also accused
of having shipped large quantities of
goods to different points und imposing or
them t ruinously low prices ; and that
the firm as'ert that they have lost $20,000
In the last four months. Tho debts of
the firm amount to upwards of $22,000,
Messrs. Hellbron and Well were taken
to Springfield yesterday by Deputy
United States Marshall J. E. Hill, who
took possession of their establishment
the day previous.
Louis D. Thorns, who was arrested on
a United Stales warrant Issued by Com
missioner Candee on complaint of A. 11.
Cole of Cluciunatl, charging him with
disposing ot his stock ol groceries with
Intent to defraud his creditors, was before
Commissioner Candee yesterday after-
uoon for a hearing, when the trial was
postponed until nine o'clock tills inoru
lug. .Mcssre. Green A Gilbert appear
for the people In the case, and Judge
Mulkey and John M. Lansden for Mr.
Fifty cent-, at Winter's Gallery.
For isalc A 512 50 order on city of
Carbondalc. Enquire at BL'LLKTix ollicc.
1-21-tf K. A. BunxKir.
Attention ! Ilvutcr.
We have tour dozen Imitation Ebony
Sprague Can-Openers, taken for adver
ting, which wo will sell at two dollars
per dozen. Inquire at Bulletin olllce.
I imvo lust received a lot of work
horses which I will dispose of nt public
sale very low. Dan IIaiitman.
Corner Sixth and Commercial avenue.
Choice Minnesota potatoes at 50 cents
per buhel; and a large supply
of fresh groceries nlwuys ou hand
it low prices. Choice butter a specialty.
12-30-tf L. II. Mvkks.
Wood nud C'onl.
4 ft wood by the cord, $3 75; 4 ft
wood by the half cord, S2 00; 4 ft jawed,
per cord, $4 50; 4 ft wood sawed and
epllt per cord, S5 00. Coal, per single
ton, SI 00; coal, two ton', ?3 75; coal,
4 or more tons, $3 50.
1-0-lin. C. W. Whuklkii & Co,
Always on hand at tho Butcher's and
Drover's Exchange on Eighth street,
Pilsner's Cincinnati and Ph. Best's Mil
waukee Beer. Grand lunch every morn
ing ami evening at 0:30 o'clock. Come
one! Come all! Louis Ulattau.
Everybody to know that the place to get
A smooth shave,
A good shampoo,
A fashionable hair-cut,
Or anything In that line,
In at tlio GUAM) C'KNTKAL llAlinKII-
?lloi', corner Eighth aud Commercial.
P-8-tf J. UKOIIO bTKINHOUSE.
It. Smyth & Co. have lust received a
largo supply ot Spencer, McKay & Co.'s
celebrated Pittsburg stock ale, which
may bo found on draught or lor salo by
tho half-barrel nt their store ou Ohio
levee. For family use this ale has no
superior, as It may bo kept on hnnd for
six months without souring. 1-2 1-1 r
To Hie lntunt I'nblie mid my Nor
I havo Just received a fresh supply of
thu most desirable delicacies, such ns
Caviar, Lamprey, (Neuuaugen) Sour
Eel, genuine Swiss cheese, genuine Llm
burger, and many other Leap Year
dishes too numerous to mention.
Govnmands, come nud see, taste, eat and
be happy at tlieThallin saloon of A.
Jnccklc, opposlto the Huli.ktin olllce.
Ho also lias on hand a fresh supply of
the celebrated riheuor beer.'
'I lit I'libllc I'roletl.
The following communication, were
received by the editor of the III m.v.tix
Cilo. III., Jan. 20, iS7u.
EniToi: UitLti.Ti.v : Cannot .Mrs. J. S.
H. and Mrs. Centennial be Induced to give
your ten thousand disgusted and bored
readers n rest? Their first letters were
very good ones In their way as an Illus
tration or the truth of the saying attrib
uted to Henry Clay, that a woman had
better walk eighteen miles than write n
letter, aud aiur reading thu same old
story, over and over again for ten or a
doen times, as, Jctnlletl by tho ladles In
question, I woihl respectfully suggest
tlint they had Iklter walk tMrlii-tU miles
and meet rath) other (If possible), than
write any more letters. Please "lug In''
some new matter or quit. Wiiltch.
diino, January 20, 1870.
.Mn. Km inn Ji.'llktix: Some years
ago, when Mr. George Peabody, the
American philanthropist, died lu En
gland, the slab legislature of Maine
made much ndi about the manner In
which It would be proper, considering
his benevolent management of his largu
wealth, to bring Mr. Peabody's body to
his native country and to bury It after
ward. The discission became weari
some, and one of the legislators rose and
said : 'Mr. Chairman, since there Is so
much fuss about burying him, I most
wish Mr. IVahody hadn't died." Bead
ing the letters of Mrs. S. J. S. and Cen
tennial hi the Cairo pajters for the last
year, I most wish our ancestors hadn't
whipped the British.
Caiiio, January 20, 1870.
Mic. Eimtou: I write von In the name
of an outraged public. I. this thing to
go on forever? Is lln-ro tw finis to .Mrs.
ii. J. S's and Mrs. or Mis-J Centennial's
communications? For ureary weeks,
Monday, as Inevitably as Xonday came,
has seen Mrs. S. J. h's column lu tho
Onttile and Tuesday has seen Centennial's'
coiuinn in ine iiullktix. aiui now, un
Vesuvius, Mrs. S. J. S. lias captured the
llt'MXTiN'. Will Centennial capture tho
Gazelle, and will we hate a letter from
each In the Gazette on .Monday morning
and a letter from each hi Tuesdav's
Uullktin? Forbid It, heaven. I do not
plead for mvself. I have stood by Cairo
through dull times, broken levees, and
all her misfortunes, but Mrs. S, J. S.
and Madame Centennial hare forced me
to take a long contemplated step. My
trunk is packed, my accounts arc squared
and It Is only In pity 0f thoso I leave
behind me that I write to you. 1 leave
my address, ami If at time lu the
future these two lemale wrvttnv tleud
come to n full stop, send me thu uL-i,.
i.ktik. Yours truly, D. I. S. Gust.
onl ! Vuul I
I wish to Inform the citizens of Cairo
that I keep on hand a largu supply ol
coal or (intercut kinds, which I will sell
ns follow.?, delivered In any part of the
city: $2 50 to $1 per ton, cash, and full
weight guaranteed. Ja.mi:.s itoss.
.Inure or Heruotm,
C. Koch has removed LU boot and
shoe shop from the old stand to his
new brick building (one block below),
No. 90 Commercial avenue, between
Fifth and Sixth streets, where he will
keep the best home made and St. Loul
custom made boots ami shoes, made of
the best material ; good workmanship
and In the latest styles. All orders
promptly attended to. U-23-tt.
Ou Friday evening, n Oonblu stran
gold neck-elialn, with clasp broken oil.
The Under, who showed tho chain nt Tu
ber's jewelry store on Saturday, will
please return It to Pat Fitzgerald, corner
of Fourteenth street and Commercial av
enue, who will pay a suitable reward for
WAR! WAR! WAR!
All User Knropc.
And all the beer drinkers and lunch
eaters can get a big glass of ilnu beer and
a good lunch by culling around to Our
Saloon, and all this for live cents. Come
everybody, and sec me.
1-23-lw. Fisni) HoniEix-..
.Vcm Coal Olllce.
F. M. Ward has opened a coal ofllce ou
south tide of Eighth street, between
Commercial and Washington avenues, hi
Sargent's thoo store, lie will sell Har
rlsburg coal delivered lu any part of tho
city at $3 23 per single ton, or $3 per
ton In four-ton lots ; Big Muddy coal at
$4 per Mngle ton, or $7 50 for two tons,
all delivered. These nre rock bottom
prices, and mean cash aud cash only.
A So. 1 l.uunilry.
It ii now conceded that Mrs. Coleman
the laundress, No. 12 Fourth street, be
tween Washington and Commercial ave
nues, haa one of the best conducted laun
dry establishments in the city, ami land
lords of hotels and hoarding houses will
tlud It to their advantage to call upon
her. Her pi Ices are. ns follows : Hotel
and boarding-house washing 75 cents
per dozen. For piece work prices aru as
follows : Single shirt and collar, 10c; per
dozen, 80c; socks, 5c; two collars, 5c;
two haudUerchlefs, 5c; vests, 20a; and
all gentlemen's wear, 80c. per dozen,
Ladies plain calico dresses, 25c; calico
dresses with oxtra trimmings, 50o; white
drese., $1 25c ; ladlcV nndenvnre, line
and coarse, SI 00 par doren. 1-21-tf.
tVINTI'.ll'K I1I.OI U.
We will sell, hereafter, our goods at
tho following prices, and solicit tlio pat
ronage of the public :
Family brands, per can 33 cents.
Standards, per can 15 cents.
Select, per can 50 cents.
Select, extra, per can 53 cents.
Tub oysters, per 100 $1 00
Chicago Trout and Wlilto...l t cts. per lb.
Game, Pan Fish. ... Id and t2 cts. per lb.
Wl nil liescripuoil" rwiiauwiiy Ull nuuu.
consisting of wild turkey, squirrels nun
Family groceries very cheap lor cash.
h:a anh corra:
Made a pecalty. Glvo us a trial.
Cheaper than tho cheapest.
12--J.tr. W m. W i.vtvii, Jr., & Co.
U'An IJKPAItTMENT. KlVGM Itki'bltr, I
Jin te, .wo.
.Memplil ........ .....
Sergeant, Signal .lerrlce, V, .m. a.
Steamer J. W. Mills, Paducah.
" City or Chester, St. Louis.
" Vint Shlnklo, Cincinnati.
" Arlington, Pittsburg.
" Grand Lake, barges, St. Louis.
" Simpson Horner, tow, N. O.
" Belle or Memphis, Memphis.
" Tom Sherlock, Cincinnati.
" Bermuda, Nashville.
Steamer J. W. Mills, Paducah.
" City ot Chester, Memphis.
" Vint Shlnklc, Memphis.
" Arlington, New Orleans.
" Grand Lake and bargc; N. O.
" Simpson Horner, tow, Pitts.
" Belle or Memphis, St. Louis.
" Tom Sherlock, Now Orleans.
" Bermuda, NasliAllle.
ItlVKIl, WKAT1IKK AND IIUS t.NKSS.
The weather was cloudy, a drizzling
rain began railing nt Jdark, which lu nil
probability will stay with u awhile.
The Future City leaves St. Loul for
New Orleans this afternoon.
Captain Irvln Dugan will return to
this city In a few days.
Nearly all the Ohio river liver? let
Cincinnati lu u bunch this week.
-Tim E. 11. Durfee left Cincinnati for
Pittsburg yesterday afternoon.
The Andy Baum left Cincinnati yes
terday for Memphis,
Captain Paul's elegant aud mammoth
Koht. Mitchell left Cluciunatl for New
Orleans yesterday evening.
The C. B. Church, Captain JohnS.
Patterson, left Cincinnati for New Or-
-Tho J. W. Mills Is the Paducah
patVet this evening. She leaves at live
The Hu.ic Silver, Captain Dave Sil
ver, left Nw Orleans tor Cincinnati on
The beautiful City of Helena, Cap
tain Isaac McKce, Is due from St. l.oul
Tho City ol Qulmiy, Captain Burke.
Clerk Lon Bryson, Is due this evening
Irom at. Louis for New Orlcnns.
Wm. Penny, the pilot, has gone to
New Orleans where he will bo married to
Miss Michel of that city.
J ha Iron Mountain and barges.
upon their arrival at St. Louis, will load
Tho licet Anchor Line -tenner Grand
Tower, Captain George Lennox, will be
at the wharf, from St. Louis for Mem
(ilila tliU vr.iilnir.
Tho City of Chester, from St. Louis
for Memphis, arrived after dark Tuesday
night with a fair trip. She added a small
amount of freight here and went ou.
The 11. S. Turner, Captain Hart, and
tho Cherokee, Captain Wolf, left Cincin
nati for new Orleans yesterday after
The Simpson Horner, with a tow of
empty coal barges, from New Oorlean1--,
for Pittsburg, passed up the liver yester
Captain All Stein's Charles Morgau
leaves Cincinnati for New Orleans on
Saturday. A number ot passengers have
already teglstered for the trip.
It was thought that the Caroudolel
would bo raised by night yesterday. She
was believed to be in n condition to be
easily raised, and that the damage done
her Is not great.
Thu Tom Sherlock from Cincinnati
for New Orleans, arrived with a good
trip ol freight and people at four o'clock
yesterday afternoon. Shu added about
25 tons here and went on South.
The Grand Lake and barges, from
St. Louis, arrived yesterday morning
with a big lot of freight. She got noth
ing here, but went below where she will
take 2,500 sacks of corn for New Or
leans. The Vint Shiukio, from Cincinnati
for Memphis, got into port about seven
o'clock Tuesday night. Shu had a good
trip, nud went ou without making any
The Arlington, from Pittsburg for
New Orleans, arrived ou Tuesday night
late. Shu had a big freight trip and a
number of people. Shu got nothing
here, and went on South yesterday morn
ing. Captain Bob. Hlley, alter a rest or two
mouths, backed out the City of Vlcks
hurgat II o'clock last night, nud started
for St. Louis, where he will load her for
The Belle of .Memphis, Captain
Cralu, Mr. O. Hewitt, clerk, arrived yes
terday morning from Memphis for St.
Louis with a good trip. She put ofl 100
bales of cotton at the Cairo & Vlueennes
railroad company's wharf-boat, added a
small lot of freight aud went her way.
Tho Jtrpublienn ot yesterday says :
Tho Steamer lvallo with 3,000 balc3 of
cotton while drifting down tho river Sun
day night In a demo log, was carried Into
Bonnet Carre crevasse, a distance of 2,200
Icet from the river ; she Is being light
ened and may bo got back Into the river
Captain Zelgler ot the City ol Ches
ter, was present nt tho Planter's house
ot Tuesday evening, wIk ii Captain ,lhu
Mortis was presented with that huge pipe
aud elegant cano ; and ho swears he
wouldn't have missed the look of sadness
tiat overspread Jim's lamb-like eoimte
nnuco for a furtiiiu'. He says It was tho
Imppleit event of his existence, and the
obi 'vvolt" deserved It.
Half dime, half dime, cigar, Havana
filler, nt Cowpei thwnlte & Phillips.
We will pay no bills contracted by Rny
employe of Tub Bulletin, unless the
same Is made ou n written order signed
by the president or secretary ofithe com'
pany, and we will accept no orders given
by nn employe of the company, for any
Caiiio Uui.i.v.tin Company.
November 19, 1875. tf
LYNCH & HOWLEY'S
Real Estate Column
Good tlwelllnir house on Walnut, be
tween Twenty-second and Twenty-third
Tenement No. 2, on Seventh street,
west of Walnut.
Store-room corner Twentieth and
Business house on Levee, lately oc
ruplcd by Cunningham it Stllwcll.
Winter's Block-suitable for Hotel
Olllces or Buslncs rooms cheap.
Tenements numbered 4, 8nndD, In
WlntcrV How, 5 rooms each, for $10 ncr
No. 10 (corner), $12 507 rooms.
Cottage on Sixth street, near Wash
ington avenue I rooms $10 a month.
Store rgom lu "Pilot House," lately
occupied by A. Hnlley.
A good farm with good houses, otmo
site Cairo Haws farm cheap.
a smaii iiousc west or Twenty
second strcet,uear Pine, $lpcr month.
Dwelling house on Twelfth, near
Walnut, 0 rooms.
Store room on Levee, abovu Eighth
street $20 per month.
Dwelling house on Sixth street and
Lpper lloor ol brick building on
Commercial avenue, above Tenth street.
Booms lu various parts of the city.
FOB LEASE OK SALE.
Lands, In tracts to suit, near Cairo.
CHARTERED MARCH 81, 1869
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIBO
A 11. HAFr'Oltll. I'rt-.lilent.
.S. S. TAVLOIt, Vice President.
U. II YMI.or, .lec'v suj Treasurer
P.W. IlAHCLAY, ClIAS. GALIOIIEU,
P. M. HTOCKl'LKlll, l'Al-Li;. SiCIUlI,
It.ll. Ce.vMt.vniuM. 11 I., Halliday,
J. M. Phillip.
IK 1T.KK.ST imll on tlejioMtA nt the rate of alx
.pt-rreut r annum, Muivh 1st ami Septem
ber Int. Intcreft not wutulmwn la uhletl Imme
diately to the jiriucliuil of the deposits, thereby
nlvinir them compound Intereat.
Marriod Women and Children may
jjoposiT. money ana no one
elso can draw it.
Oocn evfrv lmilneaariav rrnmOu.tn. to 3 li.m
a J Saturday evening for eatings itcjalts only
rum n 10 8 o'Cloea,
W. EYSLOPi Troaaurer.
City National Bank
CAPITAL, - - 1100,000
XV. P IIAM.IDAV, President.
HKNltV 1.. 1IAI.L1DAV, Vice Pieat.
A. II SAFfOltl), Cashier.
WAl.TKIt HYM.OP, Aea't Cuidiier.
it, STAATH TaYI.OII, U. II. ClTOdNOHAJI,
11. I.. llALLIhAV, W. P. IlALLIDAT,
U. 1' Williams ov , stiriux lliiin,
A II. SAvroiiD
Exchange, Coin and United Statos
Bonds iiougnt ana uoia.
KPOSITS received ami a general hanking
v itt-wai PrL.tilnni. It. Wfll".. CuMiler.
l NeiT, VIco l'rcs't. T. J. Kwrlb, Asst. Caub'r
Corner Commercial Ave. and 8th Street,
V. llro-s, Oilro. Wm. KluKe, Cairo.
P. Ntir, Cairo. Wm Wolte, Cairo. . ;
A . Simiiku, Cairo. It. I., llllllnfrsley , St. I-oul.
K lluder, Cairo. II. Wells, i.alro.
P II, llrinknun, ftt. LouiS,
A Uriit-rHl HuiikliiK Iliialiieaa Hone.
Irt-F.xcliutiKe. sold und houht. Intereat paid
111 lll- rtlVlI!K l.CUllllUC-ln. , 1
mid all lmlne promptly iilleniledto.
JAS. E. LANE
Big Muiiy(Muy&lioro Ceil,
niohe.it in the market. Also nil kind or
SAWED AND SPLIT WOOD.
Orders Dolivorod to any part
of tho City Promptly.
r.rtn r.r nisirtva nt nrvatAi finloon.
or at tho Company's Office, at Nar
row Qaugo Depot.
TEHMS Nott Cash on Dolivory
JAMES K. LANE.
C. ft St. Ii. Tranefer Oo.
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Between Waahlnstoa tnd Cosauierclai
Avenuea, adjotaUMr Manny'.
KKKl'S for sals the beat lint, roriii MbMm
pmd tc cm uuu t'.ta lu an MCttaUi BMMr
B. F. 9AMMMM,
Barters in-' '
?aints, Oils, Vamislic.
Wall Paper, Window OUm, Win
dow Shades, Ac.
Always on hand, the celebrated Ulualutiif
Corner EleTanth ftreat and Waahlar
STRATTON it BHD,
AOKNT3 AMERICAN FOWSKX CO.
57 Ohio Levee
G. D WILLIAMSON,
Ho. 16 OHIO LEVEE.
SPECIAL athmtlen glren toconalpimcnU and
REAL ESTATE AGENT.
john" "d" "harman'&" co.
.'ON VEY AITCB XS, KOTAJUM PUBXI0
Land Airenta of the UUnola CantrmJ and
BurlintTton and Oolncy B. B.
North Cor. Sixth mad Okie Lavaa,
PARKER & AXLEY,
House & Real Estate
!t7-.-leol.il ntteiitfon Riven to Collcetiou Of
lieut mid fnle of Ileal (u(e.8
STORE BOOM Washington
Avonuo, between Ninth and Tenth
Streets, Cairo, Illinois.
The Gamble Wagon
JOHN P. GAMBLE.
THE BEST and CHEAPEST WJ40K MAV
uuIUFACTOBY, OHIO LEVEE
Near Thirth-Fourth Str t
SIXTH STREET, Botweon OHIO
LEVEE AND COMMERCIAL
Manufacture, hie own Rorea Shoe and
con Aaaura Oood Work.
CAIBO CITY BINDERY,
r. o. SC-Ule,
' f Proprietor,
BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
Bulletin BuUdlnir, Oor; Tw"11 &
and Waablna-ton Aenu,
CJ-C'ounty and KallroaJ Work a BpedallT.