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AICALOM LODHB, NO. SI.
. bltktaof ryttle,aatt every
day aJgat hair-peel htMi ib Odd
fiowv Hail. - How;,
AXIXAlTDaM LODUK, NO. 914.
klowfTMU every TbandkT night
"JaBBa, at Mt-Tf i mmrmr i in ineir nation
. UIRO BNOAUPMKNT, t. O. O. Ti. meets
ym uuu'imuwa- iimi n io muu tiuru
luteuay id erery idqiiui, uui'iwi Kirn.
A CAIRO I.ODUK. N0.U7,A.I A A. M
- AA- ilfilil Knlir comiumilr.Allan tnUj
eonlc Hall, curlier Cotatoerclal kviu
' "tij r.igiun iirwi, on the eeaonil and
norin aionueT or men moiiiD.
XV b havn four tlozm Imllsllnn ktwmv
ripmyue Cau-Optncrs, taken Tor udver-
lisinfr, winch we wm veil at two ilollars
lr uocn. Inquire at Bulletin old.
1 Winn to Inform tlm citizen! of Cairo
that I keep on hand u Inrgo supply of
coal of different kiwis, which I will sell
oi follow; delivered In any part of the
lty: $2 50 to $4 per ton, cash, and full
wtlght guaranteed. .I.mks J toss.
Now coal once.
1". M. Ward las oponcd a coal ofllce on
south aldo of Eighth strect,Xo.3Uxtwcen
Commercial and Washington avenues, In
(Jargont's shoe store. Ho will sell Hut
rlsburg coal delivered In any part of the
ally at $3 23 per fclngle ton, or $3 per
ton In four-ton lota ; II Ig Muddy coal at
SI per "Ingle ton, or $7 CO for two ton,
all delivered. These arc rock bottom
pile, and tnsari rash and rath ouly.
MAaWKHADE HA I.I. !
The Delta City Comet Hand will give n
Grand Masquerade Hall on February
13th, 1870, at the New Turner Hall, ror
ner Tenth street and WVhington avenue.
Thtro will be two prizes awarded, n
gold headed cane for the gentleman, and
tine musical album to the lady for the
best represented character in attendance,
the decision to be roado by disinterested
New costume. Irom .St. I.onls will lie
tor rent at 1'hll Baup's store.
aWTIcketn for sale at P. 0. Schuh's
l.Hurgcr's, E. AW. Btulcr's and Me
Oaulry's drug store. I-22-td.
A .liver plated No. 9 Wilson Shuttle
Sewing Machine, hard (piano) llnlsh,
valued at $85. Will be sold at $20 dk
eount, on good terms, and ordered direct
from the factory.
Colored and mounted Maps ot the
city of Cairo at $2 50 each (hall price.)
A No. 0 Wilson Shuttle Sewing Mu
ehlnt valued at $75. Will bu sold at $13
discount, and ordered direct from the
A $00 Itemlngton Sewing Machine
$30 oil for cosh. Suitable lor tailor or
hoot and shoo manufacturer.
A style "E," "Clough, Wurren &
Co,'" Parlor Organ, right from tltc fac
tory at Detroit. Lilt price, $300. Will
be sold for $200.
1000 sheets of brlstol board Just re
ceived at tho IJclixti.v ofllce, and . tor
sale to the trade.
Clly or Cairo,
colored and ramhhed, for sale at halt
price ($2.60) at the Bciar.TiN ofllec.
20,000 note hcadf, 30,000 envelopes,
30,000 letter head, 10 reams statements,
20 reams bill heads Carlisle paper Just
received and for sale at the Hulixtin
For any of the above article, apply n
he Rum.ktih ofllce. E. A. Hcrnett
We will cell, hereafter, our goods at
the following prices, and solicit the pat
rounge of the public:
Family brands, per cun .). cents.
Standards, per can Incuts.
Select, per can 50 cents.
Select, extra, per can 05 cents.
Tub oysters, per 100 $1 00
Chicago Trout and Whlte...ll cts. per lb.
aroe, Pan Fish. ... 10 and 12 et. per lb.
Of nil descriptions constantly on hand,
consisting or wild turkey, squirrels and
Family groceries very cheap lor t ali.
Made a spccalty. Give us n trial.
Cheaper tbau tho cheapest.
12-3-lf. Wm. Wi.ntkit, .In., A Co.
LYNCH & HOWLEY'S
Real Estate Column
Lot2, block fl, city, on Ohio levee,
above Twelfth strrot, outsldo (Ire limits.
Very cheap. Terms liberal.
Good dwelling house on Walnut, be-
tween Twenty-second and Twenty-third
Store-room cornor Twentieth and
Business house on I.evee, lately oc
cupied by Cunningham & StUwell.
Winter's Block-suitablo for Ilotel
Ofllce or Business rooms cheap.
Tonenvnts numbered 4, 8 and 0, In
Winter's Row, 6 rooms each, for $10 per
No. 10 (corner), $12 CO 7 rooms.
Cottage on Sixth street, near Wash
ington avonuc 4 rooms.
Stora room In " Pilot House," lately
occuDled v A. Hallcy.
A small nouso west of Twenty
second street.ncar Pine, $4 per month.
Store room on Lovco, above Eighth
strcetr-$20 per month.
Dwolllug bouse on Sixth street and
Orphan Asylum bulldlnjr aiidlpicml
set. Rent low, to a good teiunt.
Store room, corner Twentieth mid
Washington avenue, 919 a month.
Rooms la varloiu parts ot tho city,
FOR LK ASK OR SALE.
Lands, la.tmta to suit, near Cairo.
HATE OF AnTEKTININU.
0"A)1 bills for wlrtrtliiBK, arc dac nl ry
bl IK AbVAlfCa.
Tnadtat idvcrtltlnK will beinttrted atth
rata of II to pa quar for th flnt Intcrllon
ana SO cent for taeli lubtequtnt ont. A literal
illtccunt will lx nude onitsmllng and dlnjilay
For Inwrtlng runrral nolle II to. Nolle ol
Itucllng ofioclrtlri or tcrret nnln to cnti fur
tliurch, Socletr, I'rttlvaland Suppr notice
will only U iumtcd u odvortlwmtnU
So ad ttrt lament will be melted at tbaa
WwnU, undnoautrcmnt will he Insnted
liooal Bualnoaa Noticci, of
tan lines or mora, inaerted
in tno auiottn aa tbiiowa :
CommecoaCountlnar at ten Lines.
Onn IfiBHrilon nnr Una A (fanta
Two Insertions) par Una 7 Cents,
Three Insertions per Una 10 Cents.
81s Insertions per line IB Cents,
Two weeks per lino - SB Cents,
Onn month tier Una -....SB Canta.
Mo Kaduntlou will be mailu In ilion
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 0, 1870
.oral Weather Repert.
Caiiio. Ii.i " s. Ia
.1 AilhS WA -St).T
Brrr.t. Signal Service, U. H. A.
The above reward will be paid to any
person finding the body of Frank Oilman,
drowned ut Cairo, Illinois, on the even
ing of Feb. 7th. Ills age was thirty years;
hnlr dark-brown, medium length; eyes
gray; brown mustache and chin whis
kers ; weight, about 130 pounds. Had
on white-wool undershirt, while linen
OTcrshlrt, gray Jeans pauta, dark vent,
over-hauls ot blue drilling and cheviot
overshirt. Had on hU person, when
drowned, an opeu-faccd silver watch and
orled chain, black rubber comb, Jack
knife, hunch of keys and ten cents in
currency. Notice must be sent to the
Illinois Central railroad freight olllce,
Cairo, Ills. Mrs. Fkank Oilman.
Memphis (Tenn.) Avalanche, ApptaU
Ltrlgtr; and Hickman (Ky.i Courier,
copy and end bill to this ofllce.
Tnv Them! Tnv Tiiem! Hall dime,
halt dime cigar, Havana tiller, at
2-8-tf Cowi'KiiWAirr. & Pi ut. Mr.
The Council. Tho meeting of the
city council last evening was the tamest,
gentlest and most thoreughly uninterest
ing we have attended for a long time.
Noise. A trio of prostitutes made
things howl on Washington avenue yes
terday afternoon. They had been drink
The Ohio Rtvr.it. The Ohio river
marked 44 it. 1 In. on the gauge yester
day, a fall of 6 In. in the previous 24 J
Band Paktv. Don't forget thu Ama
teur Band party, Friday, Febrnary 11th,
at Klugu's hall. No gent admitted with
out an Invitation, and must bring n lady.
Gone. Officers Sargent and Wootcn,
anil Deputy Sherlfl John Shcchan left
for Sprlngtlcld yesterday afternoon as
witnesses before, the United States circuit
Fon Salk. 'Che bar and other Fix
tures of the Delmoulco saloon, Ohio
levee, together w ith three new billiard
table?, at auction without reserve, at 10
o'clock this morning. Alkx. II. Invi.v.
Hot Sriuxm Letter. A drunken
pressman worked the paper badly on
Sunday, and "Japci V Hot Springs let
ter could not be rend. Having obtained
a pressman, tobcr for tho moment, we re
publish the letter in readable form.
ConnKCTio.v. Suveral uay.i ago wo
stated that the Pulaski county circuit
court would convene on the second Mou
day In February. In this we were mis
taken. Wc should have said the third
Monday In February, which will be one
week from next Monday.
Convention'. A convention of the
colored men of Southern Illinois will
bu held at DuQuoln on the 20th ot May
next, to settle upon some plan of action
for the coming campaign. Mr. J. J
Bird of this city, has been selected to dc
liver tho address en the occasion.
nimT. For some time past n lot of
colored men havo been engaged In load
ing n lot of old railroad Iron nn cars be
low the St. Charles hotel. Yesterday
ono negro had hU hand badly mashed,
and another his thumb broken.
SocuiiLK. Tho next Sociablo of the
Presbyterian church will he given by the
young ladles ot the society at tho rooms
of Mr. Walter Hyslop, over the City
National bank, on Thursday evening of
this week. An oyster supper will be
served. Every one Is Invited to be prce
U.N nun Watku. Tho track of the
Cairo and St. Louis narrow gauge rail'
road is submerged In several places be
tween tho termini of tho new levee and
tho cross levee, and also above the cross
levee. Though tho Mississippi river has
been falling very rapidly for sovcral days
It will he sometime yet before the corn-
pay will bo nblo to again run trains on
A Runaway. A team of horses he-
longing to Mr. Bill Elliott ran awoy on
Ohio Levee between thico and (our
o'clock yesterday afternoon. Tho horses
started from Pace & Elliott's store and
ran dowu tho levee to near second street
breaking the wagon badly, tind on the
route running Into Tim Coyle'i express
wagou and Nick Cantwell't dray, neither
ot which, however, were much damaged
TlWiT lUa. Tna Wind. Vat.
7a.m. ao.WKJl ei t 4
11 30.31J, Mo a 2
1p.m. wt'iOl ue h I 4
Ladies im CoCnt. Towards tho wind
lug up of the Craln murder trial a great
many ladles were present In the
court-room. On Monday evening, during
Mr. Llnetrar'a speech, there was probbly
a hundred ladles In attendance, and they
were attentive listeners to all that was
said. Yesterday morning, when Judge
Allen mado tho closing argument in
tho case, the audlcnco was composed
partly of ladles, and all were deeply In
terested In the proceedings of the court.
Amatci k Band Partv. The erles ol
dances being given under the auspices of
the Amateur hand are becoming very
popular, and the nttandauce grows larger
with each successive party, Tho hall,
Klugc's, has been put In excellent condi
tion, and Is now Just the plnce for such
entertainments. Tliu mo .libera of the
Amateur band are niuongour best known
and highly esteemed young men, and
descrvo to he encouraged In their efforts
to make thcni; parties successful,
Btmtii.Aiiv. Tho residence of Mr,
.Slack, on thu corner Sixth street anil Jef
ferson avenue, was burglarized on Tues
day morning, some time between 1 and 4
o'clock. The thief or thieves got Into
the house through a rear window, and
by breaking the latch between tho
kitchen and dining room, gained free ne
ws in nil Hi" ' nt tho linnap. About
two hundred dollars worth of goods were
stolen, among other articles a valuable
dress, a velvet cloak worth sixty dollars,
and many other articles. There Is not
the least clue to the thieves.
Personal. Judge M. C. Crawford of
Jonesboro, was In the city yesterday on
his way home. Tho Judge had been to
Harrlfcburg, Sallno county, whore a spe
cial term of the Saline county circuit
court was to have been commenced on
Monday last, to try Wm. Kcelln of Wil
liamson county, on a charge ot murder.
Judge Allen and Mr. Clemens, both en
gaged In the Craln murder trial, wcie to
appear for the defense of Keclln, but as
they could not leave Cairo until the Craln
case was deposed of, Judge Crawford ad
journed his court over for one week.
wousiaoie joun uiauney nas oceii
very Mck, but Is recovering.
Mm. Henry Elliott is dangerously
Polick Court. Charllo Drown, the
colored lad arrested by Mr. Cain on
Monday night, was before Judge Bird
yesterday. It was clear from the evi
dence that young Drown was innocent
of any complicity in the robbing of Mr.
Cain's money drawer, and that he was
not aware of the object of his partner In
going into the store. However, on
searching Brown's pockets, a hideous
dirk knife was found in out- of them, and
on the charge of carrying concealed
weapons he was sent up for four days.
Charlie Stewart, the boy who robbed tho
money drawer, Is still at large, hut his
capture Is only n question of time, as it
is evident hu will not attempt to leave
the city. Stewart Is a hard case, and has
not been out of the reform school more
than two months. Moll Woods and El
len Moore, demireps, were before hi
honor on a charge of fighting. They
were fined live and coats each, which
they paid and were released.
Hotel Personals. Jutlac Duff re
turned to the city yebterday and put up
-H. C. McPIpe of St. l.ont5, was In
the city yesterday.
It. W. Babultt, 11. J. Johnson and S.
, Speers ol Cincinnati, were gucNat
the St. Charlc yesterday.
-General Green B. Uaumof Golcotula,
Pope county, was registered ut the St.
-J. S. Doollttle and family of Michi
gan, .vcre nt llio St. Uiarien yesterday.
.Mr. Doollttle Is a brother of ex -Senator
Uoollttlo of Wisconsin.
C. II. Allen and wife of Pnducah,
were at the St. Charles hotel yesterday.
Mr. Allen N receiver of the Elizabeth-
town nnd Paducah railroad.
J, A. Kanlg of the Chicago Stitnti
Zeltung, U In the city on business. Hu
will remain two days and call upon his
KiLLP.ii. James Lynch, a tramp, was
killed near the Illinois Central railroad
round house at about 3 o'clock yesterday
morning. Koine lima during the night
engine No. Gl camu in, and tho engineer,
as is customary, when he arrived at the
water tank, turned hU engine over to tho
"dispatcher," whoso duty it Is to sec that
engines, when turned over to htm, aro
taken to the round house nnd taken care
ol. Having taken water, the dispatcher
pulled up to the turn-table, ami alter
having his engine turned, started lor the
coal bin to take on coal, It was
after leaving the turn-table that
Lynch was run over. Early In
the evening thu tiro hnd been drawn
cti; of ouo of the switch engines and left
laying ou tho track. Lynch, believing
that no engines or cars would pass
over that track during tho night, uint
have laid down to keep warm by the cin
ders left by tho switch engine. When
engine CI struck him, the man in charge
immediately stopped her and got out to
sec what was the matter. He found
Lynch wedged In between the cow-cather
and the grouud so tightly that Jack-
screws had to bu used to raise the engine
beforu he could be removed. On exam
ination it was found that he was badly
crushed und bruised about tho breast and
head, and that his right leg wns broken.
At nu early hour yesterday morning
Coroner Gossmau was notltied, and an
Inquest was held on the body, when the
above facts weru brought out, und a ver
dict In nccordanco therewith rendered.
Thk Littlk Folks' Paktv. Mr, Ei
non : It is'ut fair, and 1 protest against
It. I refer to tho "change of base" as
siitued by tho ladles composing the com
mlttoa, who havo In charge tho manage
ment of llii "little folks'" fancy dress
party, to bo given at the St. Charles
hotel on ' St, Valentino's day, Now, as 1
understand tho arrangements, the affair
was gotten up fry, and Jvr tho "little
one," and If, as stated lu your isuo of
yesterday morning, Invitation ate to be
extended to everybody wno generally at
tend on social gatherings, what will be
the con.arijucnce?, Why, as a matter of
course, thu little ones will bo compelled
to "tako a back sf(" or will be placed
In some comer outot the way of the older
folks, to amuse themselves as best they
can, while they (Ue oWer ones), will
take charge of th dance and havo "lots
of fun" at the cxpcu'c or the poor
children. Now, 'Mr. Editor, am one of
those mentioned sbove, "who generally
attend our social gatherings," and 1
know that on occasion like this will be
taken advantage cf, and as n consequence
there will be a large ntteudante and the
little ones will be lost sight ot entirely.
I think It manifestly unjust to permit
such a thing. Thli'will he the jSnt occa
sion In Cairo wtcre the llttlu folks have
been permitted lo havo nny voice In giv
ing such an entertainment, and I say let
us make It n success for them. I am In
favor of the older people attending, but
not ns partiei)mt. Let them do as t In
tend doing: purchase a ticket, tAko a
seat lu the ball-room and obscrvo what Is
gclng on ; and mi word for It, they will
be amply repaid 'i knowing that they
had done nothing tt mar the pleasure of
the llttlo ones by their Interference.
A Friend or tuk LtTTt.r. Ones,
unuw.fci.- r.i. jm"-, anoinajir
at the freight department of the Illinois
Central railroad In this city, was drowned
in the Ohio river opposite the Stone
Depot on Monday afternoon, sometime
between three and five o'clock. A large
quantity of drift wood had gathered at
the upper end of the vharf-boat, andat
about 3 o'clock Mr.Gllman took a hammer
and plkc-pole and went out to gather up
some of tho wood, which he Intended
having hauled to his home for summer
fire wood. Mr. Glim. was foenontlie
drift wood by different persons during
the afternoon. Ho was iiot missed from
the freight house until the steam In the
boiler began to die out, when he was
called to "fire up." But he made no re
sponse, and search being Instituted the
hammer and pike-pole he had taken out
with him were founo mthe upper edge
of the wharf-boat, and his coat on a log
near by. The finding of these article tola
tUo wUciio story Oilman was drowned.
Search for the body was at once insti
tuted, but to no purpose. Yesterday a
cannon was procured and fired over the
water nt tho place where It is supposed
he went down, but without result. Every
effort will bo made to recover tho body,
and to this end a reward of $100
has been oflcred, as will bo seen by no
tice In another column hi this paper. Mr.
Oilman was a man highly esteemed by
those who knew him, as was
evidenced yesterday by the ear
nest efforts of his friends to
recover his remains. Ho had been in the
imploymcnt of the Central company for
several years, and W83 trusted and es
teemed by his superiors, lie leaves a
wife and three small children, the oldest
about five years, and to them his loss is
Irreparable. Some time ago ho purchased
n house and lot on Fifteenth street, near
Commercial avenue, and only a few
hours before he was drowned, toldsome
of his friends that he intended making
the last payment on It when he received
hls'next month's pay. Mr. Gllman had
bls'llfc Insured for $2,500. Every ef
fort will be made to recover the body.
CincuiT CocnT. Circuit court convened
at 8:30 o'clock yesterday morning, when
Judge Allen took tho floor and com
menced the closing argument In the cele
brated Craln murder trial. As
was anticipated, at nn early hour the
court house was crowded with people
anxloii3 to hear the Jtulgo on this occa
sion, and there was scarcely nn unoccu
pied seat to be found In the large court
room. Judge Allen mado a great speech,
and notwithstanding the fact that he has
been unwell since tho llrst day
ot the trial, competent Judges say It was
one ot the greatest arguments ever made
before a Cairo jury. It waB full of sound
reasoning; and tho manner in which he
dealt with some of the witnesses for the
defense was by no means flattering to
them. His argument lasted lor about
live hours, concluding between two and
three o'clock p.m. The court then read
tho Instructions to tho Jury, alter which
the case was given to them to decide.
Whatever the verdict ot the Jury may be,
one thing is certain, the prisoners will
have no reason to complain that they did
not have a fair trial. While Judge Uaker
has hi every instance tried to keep within
tho strict meaning of tho law, ho has
given the prisoners the bcncllt ot every
Issue where there was the lean possible
chance of a misconstruction of tho law,
or a probability of doing them the least
Injustice. No man, or mou, ever nau a
fairer trial. . .
At one o'clock this morning the Jury
had not returned a verdict.
LOCirf 4 nit.CJUiK.
Lessons glv.'ii In Pcnmaushlp, lino
Pcnmaushlp, Siamboat Book-keeping,
Card writing, Posting up account,
Copying, etc., it tho rooms ol C. J,
Howe, Nos. 15 and 10, Winter's Illock,
corner Seventh street nnd Commercial
avenue. Lndlts elas every afternoon
from 1 to 5 o'clock, and Saturdays from
2 to 4 o'clock. 1-20-lm.
2W !.' l'Hjr Koll.
All persons having claims against tho
city of Cairo for work dono on tho now
levee during the mouth of January, 1870.
arc hereby notltied that such claims will
ho paid nt my otllce, Hross building,
Thursday February 10th, between the
hours of 10 n.m. and 5 p.m.
11. F. Blake, City Treasury.
Nollre or Uriaovul.
U. Koch has removed his boot and
shoe shop from tho old stand to his
new brick building (onn block below),
No. 00 Commercial avenue, between
Filth and Sixth streets, where ho will
keep tho best homo mado and St. Loul
custom mado boots and shoes, made of
tho best material ; good workmanship
and In the latost styles, All order
promptly attended to. 9-23-tt.
low WAtaa. CttAMOa.
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Sfrarant, Signal Strike. IT..1. A.
Steamer J. W. Mills, Paducah.
Vint Shlnkle, Cincinnati.
" Glcncoc, New Orleans.
" Atlantic, barges, New Orleans.
" Louisville, New Orleans.
Steamer J. W. Mills, Paducah.
" Vint Shlnkle. Memphis
" Glencoe, St Louis.
" Atlantic, barges. St. Louis.
" Louisville. Cincinnati.
HIVCR, WEATHEH AND UUSIXBSS.
The weather was warm and cloudy,
and threatened rain.
- There Is 44 feet water on the gauge,
the decline yesterday being live and one
o mauo a sugnt roistauc in an
nouncing the arrival or the Ylcksburg on
Monday. We got the wroug boat, and
(lid not notice our mistake until It wn
too late to mend
Tho J. W. .M
Mills had a fair trip from
Tho Cherokee, from Cincinnati (or
New Orleans, will be here to-day.
The Vint Shlnkle. from Cincinnati
(or Memphis, arrived at C o'clock last
night with n light trip, hho got a small
amount of freight and departed.
Thu Eddvvllledld not cot a way from
this port until 3 o'clock jvslerday morn
The ui Brown and tow departed
for t. Louis at 10 o'clock yenterday
1 lie Atlantic and liarirus. from Now
Orleans, passed up for St. Louis Monday
night at U o'clock.
Tho Louisville, from New Orleans.
passed up for Cincinnati on Monday
uignr. sue nau u goou trip.
The Glencoe passed uo with a mod
trip from New Orleans for St. Louis Mon
rite Belle orst. louls is due from St.
Louis for Memphis this evening.
a no .-uoiiio aioorc leaves at. i.ouis to
day lor New Orleans.
The St. Louis Republican, in speaking
of tnc Utile of Shreveport says :
"This largo atcrn-wheckr Is almost
high and dry nt Horsetail, eight miles
below thu center line ot the city, and in a
niuuuuuiwuuiuoii. io aieaaicrcau
get near her to get her cargo off, but it
is supposed that Agent Bernard or the
Underwriters, who was expected up
from her last night, may have uiadu uu
arrangement with Captain Rea to have It
removed by flat nnd barges, which are
now there lor that purpose. When the
last arrivals passed her yesterday alter-
noou an ner iiog-clialns but the main one
were broken and the stern was down
considerably. Numbers ot bares rilled
witu sanu were otlng Hioved under
the Hern to prop It ui and
prevent her from breaking lu two.
A barge and a llatboat were lying close
to her, and there was 6ome of her trlcght
on the barges. If the boat can be kept
straight she would be sale, and wait for
rise lu thu river, but thu great difficulty
Is to keep her stern up. The Belle of
snrevepori was miit at Metropolis, Ills.,
mm nimiiuu ui ri. l.ous uciowr, loii.
Her length was 00 feet, but in June,
1871. she was lengthened 50 feet ; breadth
43 feet. She was valued for itnurjiscc
purpofcs last August at 553,000.
Notice is a:icby given that tho tax books
for the year 1573, have been placed In my
bauds and that I will ba at the following
placet lu Aloxuder county, ou tho day be
low set forth for tho purptre of collecting
said taxes, viz:
In Clear Creek prcrluct, at tb store of
E. Culley & Co., Clear Creek landing,
March 7tb, 187(i.
In Thebes proclnct, at the store of C. A.
Murchlldon, Thebes .March 8th, 1870.
In Santa Fe precinct, at the store of W.
Ireland, Santa Fe, March 0, 1870.
In Goose island precinct, at the store of
O. Qreenley, Goose Island, March 10, 1870.
In Dog Tooth precinct, at the house or
N. Runsacker. Esq., March 11, 1870.
In uazlewood precinct, at the offlco ol
Sam Brlley E'co, March 14, 1870.
In Unity precinct, nt the Btore of W. M.
Atherton, Unity, March 15, 1870.
In South Cairo, at the ofllce of John Q.
Uartuiu, Cairo, March 10th, 1870.'
In North Cairo precinct, at the court
bousi, Cairo, March 17th, 1870.
The collector licrcby calls the special at
tention el lax payers to Section 1.17. ol the
Cbapicr upon revenue, revised statutes,
in which he Is required to tnako distraint
upon the personal property of all tax p )'
ers in default tor porsenal tuxo, "Iter
March 10th. This provision ot law will bo
vigorously enforced. Those interested wil
therefore bear tho fact lu mind and save
Bring your last years tax receipts and do
not trutt to the tax books for discretion of
your land. ALKX. 11. HtVIN
Cairo, 111., February 10th, 1870.
for Hnnans nd Colorado.
The Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe
railroad from Kansas City and Atchison
on tho Missouri rive, via Topeka, tho
capltol ot Knnsas, and tho beautiful Ar
kansas valley to tho (totky iMountains.
I'ho shortest nuto to Puebclo the Oranu
Canon, Colorado Springs, Mnnltou,
Pikes Sicnk, and all places of nolo In the
mountalu regions. The favorite route
to Denver and all points In Northern
Colorado, The best route to boutliern
Colorado, New Mexico and Arizona. The
only direct routo to tho famous San
Juan mines. The track nnd equipment
Is uncqualed, trains run through from
tho Missouri river to tho Kocky Moun
tains, making connections In Union de
pots and avoiding delays nnd trans,
fers. For lull dcscrlptlvo circulars
maps, time tables, eta., address
T. J, Anpbrson,
Gcn'l Pass, Agent, Topeka, Kuu.
Fut7 cents, at Wlntw's Gallery,
411 Cfcrtale DUmih Curat!
BT DK. HULT.
lie Is located In Cairo, Illinois, and Is
till calling on you to bo healed. Why
will you die ot old chronic diseases, when
you can bo cured with io little cost or
mouey. Do not five it up yet, for there
Is still a balm lu Gllcard. Cairo Is the
placo to come to be cured of nil your
aches and Dalni.
I am now prepared at my office to gtvo
medicated baths, and persons wishing to
receive such, will call nt my office on
Eighth street, No. 32, from the hours oi
S p.m. till p.m. Also plana baths, hot
baths, warm bath, cold baths, or vapor
baths. Also persons having the con
sumption or weak lungs, nnd wishing to
receive medicines by Inhalation, can re-
celvo tho treatment nt my office, this be
ing tho only true way of getting medi
cine direct to the lungs. Also I treat dis
eases of the eyes of years standing, and
the blind has been made to tee by my
treatment. All diseases of the skin I
cure. Fistula cured by me without tho
use ol the knife. If you have n cancer
come and be cured. All private diseases,
lu the shortest time, cured by me. In
short, for all chronic dlcaes of tho hu
man system, go to Dr. Unit?. If you wish
to Ih cured. 1 compound and prepare all
my medicines at my office. It Is said
that practice makes perfect, I have been
thirty years a practicing physician.
All letters and communications shall
be confidential and promptly attended to
by me. Direct, Dr. Hcltz,
No. 22 Eighth street, Cairo, Illinois,
We do not bear much tM about woman'
rigbu now-1-ays. The nuj.irity of the
laulrreem quIih content to K op within
tlielr olil-tlm i fphfre ol tiwfullneso. Thin
ouemsto u. tn be cry -cn;ttt, 'Jiioy w,
'tnelllnes expo iix-instivci tu I ho old,
howevc. nU eo'itruct pulmonary rilftnci;
but It they mike o tily um nt 11 all's Hal
ham, no dmrcr will lollow tho r ImiNcro
tion. Hall's IIalsam la tho very beat lung
remedy In the n-arkot. l'tfon, fr.n per
bottle. Hold everywhere. 2-0-wtt(20)
We will pay no bills contracted by any
employe of Tub Bulletin, unless the
eamalsmadc on a written older signed
by the president or secretnry oflhc com
pany, and we will accept no orders given
by an employe of the company, for any
Cairo Bulletin Company.
Novemlicr 10. 1875. tt
After the Fire.
J. George Stcinhousc may be found
since the lire nt his new shop, on Eighth
street in the Alexander Couuty Hank
building, where he will welcome all Ms
customers, nnd serve them in ns artistic n
manner as ever uctore. with smooth
shaves, fashionable hair cutting and
Menu the Tratu !
Samuel S.Jamcn, Warren, Ind., was ald
to llRVe incurntllo Conttltnntlnn lla InnV
on'y eight bottles ot Wl-hart's Vice Tree
Tar Cordial. Now hU Health Is Perfect.
Jlest Remedy In tho world to thorouifbly
purify the 1
Blood, and clear Hie system of all
Ordliiaare No. 117.
AX OUDlNANCBloMganl to the iiuUlcallon 1
oftliuOrliniimii of Uw i.ilyi
lie It onlaluetl ly Hit city council of the city of
hcctfnn 1. That thfOrrlfnAnrfMnillatr
rruinir the citv nf Cairn, a rompitat and ar-
taught iij uunu .u. iMMtn, ur ann m aame
are hmliy filrrd printnl anil ptibilMirt In
book firm, tube cmltlnl i "Iaitk mil Onll
nmicci iruirrulng lhi city of Cairo."
m. 2. Thla ordinance hull be !u force fVura
nnd alter lrpiiu(;N
AVIrovcl Ceb.7 ,IS76. HUSKY Wl.NTEIt,
WM. FKCXCH AXI.EY. CityCltrk.
PAINT AND OIIJI.
Blake Se Co.
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Wall Paper, Window Olasa, Win
dow Bhadea, tta,
Always on band, Hit celtbratad llUualnallai
Corner XlSTaath Straat and
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholrfate aud Retail Dfiltrt (
Foreign and Domestio
WINE OF AIX KINDS,
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
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s Urge stock of the best ftoou 4 "' ! mar
ket, aad giveaapaclal attention to I ha wiiolwalt
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fnv Iim Pimm K.irtMwIII ! Mtfiit ttr mall nn re
ceipt (ifoua dollar, (pott paid) or alugla copies
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dealer in the United 8UU-.
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