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"asgalon lomoV, So. m,
lahrhts of Pythias,
day night at half-put eaves, in Odd
reiiowa' uiii. - ""
. v a rrvv mrtne. MO. 224.
at half-past seven. Iflnw"'. P"' I
between nllUi ant) Kevtntb
1AIHO KNCAMI'MJCNT, 1. O. O. V.. liiKts
Urn Odd-rillowa' IUII on the first anil third
" A CAIRO I.OIH1K. NO.JJ7.A.K. A.H,
J. Hold regular communications in Ma
lUT sonic Hall, couier Commercial avenue
and Klghlh street, on the second and
Viiirlh Mondav of swh month.
Attention t Denier.
We have Tour dozen Imitation Kbony
"prague Cnn-Opcners, taken for adver
tising, which wo will sell ut two ilollars
per dozen. Inquire at Bulletin olllee.
;. j conn
I wish to inform tlic citizens of Cairo
that I keep on hand n large mpply of
oal of different kind, which I will ncll
ns follows, dclh'ored In any part of the
flty: $2 S0to$l per ton, cash, and full
weight guaranteed. .Iambs Ho-,.
new t'oal OHIre.
F. M. Ward has opened a coal olllee on
south side of Eighth strect.No.IH.hctwwii
CofjHnercUl and Washington avenue', In
Srrcnt'g shoe store, lie will sell Har-
rishurg coal delivered In any part of the
city at $3 2.T per single ton, or $.'J per
ton In four-ton lots ; Big Muddy coal at
$4 per single ton, or $7 fiO for two tons,
all delivered. These arc rock bottom
price", and mean cash and cash only.
MA4tl'KKAlr. BAM. I
The Delta City Cornet Hand will give, n
Orand Masquerade Hall on February
l.Hh, 1870, nt the New Turner Hall, cot
tier Tenth street and Washington avenue.
There will be two prizes awarded, a
gold headed cane for the gentleman, and
a line musical album to the lady for the
bent represented character lu attendance,
tlie decision to be made by disinterested
New costumes Irotit .St. lnils will be
lor rent at Phil Hattp's store.
jQrTlckcts for -ale at I'. G. Schuh's
.1. Burger's, K. it W. Hurler's aud Mc
Uauley's drug store. l-'.'i-td.
A diver plated No. 0 Wilson .Shuttle
Sewing Machine, hard (piano) llnlh,
valued at Will bo sold nt $JOdl-
ount, on good term', and ordered direct
from the factory.
Colored and mounted Maps ol the
iltyof Cairo at $2 00 each (hall price.)
A No.U Wilson Shuttle Sewing Ma
chine valued nt $75. Will be told at $15
discount, und ordered direct fn)tn the
A i'M) Hemlngtott Sewing Machine
JiMJoflfor rash. Suitable lor tailor or
boot and shoe manufacturer.
a style "K," "t 'lough, Warren &
Ct,V l'arlor Organ, right from the fac
tory at Detroit. LI't price, $:. Will
be sold for $K).
1000 sheets of bristol board Just ie
reived at the Hfi.l.KTiN nlllce, and lor
rale to the trade.
t'iljr or Cairo,
rolored and varnished, for sale at hall
price ($2.S0) at the Hi lu.tix olllee.
20,001) note heads, :O,O0O envelopes,
20,000 letter heads 10 reams t;itement,
V0 reams bill heads CarlMe paper jut
leeclvcd aud for sale at the IIi'i.i.ktin
For anv ol the above articles, apply n
he Bui.i.ktin olllee. K. A. Buns in I
We will sell, hereaHer, our goods at
the following prices, and -olielt the pat
ronage of tlie publiu :
Family brands, ier ctm 3." cents.
.Standards, ier can M cents.
Adcct. ner c-an cents.
.Select, extra, per cm, cents.
Tub oyster?, per 100 l 00
riilcago Trout and White.. .11 els. per tb.
ilame, Pan FMi. ... 10 ami li els. jht lit
Ol' all descriptions constantly on hand,
consisting of wild turkey, squirrels ami
Family groceries very cheap lor cah,
TEA AND COKKKK
Made a specalty. Give us a trial.
Cheaper than the cheapest.
12-3-lf. Wm Wintkk, iln., & Co.
LYNCH & HOWLEY'S
Real Estate Column
l.ot2, block 0, city, on Ohio levee,
above Twelfth strrct, outsldo lire limits.
Verv cheap. Terms liberal.
Good dwelling house on Walnut, be
tween Twenty-second nud Twenty-third
Store-room comer Twentieth and
Poplar streets. , , ,
Huslncss house on Levee, lately
eunled by Cunningham & Stllwell.
Winter's lilock-suitable for Hotel
Ofllces or Huslncss rooms cheap.
Tenements numbered 4, 8 nud 0, In
Winter's How, Q rooms each, for $10 per
No. 10 (corner), $12 507 rooms.
Cottairo on Sixth street, near Wash
luifton avenue 1 rooms.
-Store room In "Pilot House," lately
m ounter ttV A. HullcV.
A small House west of Twenty
second streel.near Pine, $1 per month
Store room on Levee, above Klghtli
street 20 per month.
Dwelling hoiie on Sixth street and
Orphan Asylum building nndjprcml
tee. Ileut low, to n good ten int.
Store room, coiner Twentieth anil
Waitiiuutou uveuue, $12 a month.
-Hooms In wulnin parts ol (he city.
FOR LKArlF.OK 8ALH.
-Lauds, In tracts to nult, near 0lro,
ATM er AnVKetTlMIXt..
tCfAII bills for wlmlliinr, are due and pity-
able IN AbVAxes.
"ln advertising Will I fnrlc4 at the
..t. , . ... ,... , i,nB
and 60 rents for each subsequent ont. A liberal
illscemit will be made on standing sml display
rot Inserting Kiineml notice at en. Notice ot
meeting of sotlt tics or secret orders M cents, for
Church, Hocitty, reatlval ami miiier notices
will oaly be Inserted as ad ertisemenb) .
No advertisement will be received at lass than
M cents, and no anmtlsement will be Inserted
for less thnn three ilollara per month .
ZrfKUtl Bualneia Motlcaa. of
ten line or more, inssnsa
In the Bulletin m follows :
Commence OouatlnaT at ten Line.
One Insertion per Uoe OenU.
Two Insertions per line 7 Oonte.
Three Insertions per line 10 Cents.
Us Insertions per line IS Cents.
Two weeks per line 86 Cents.
One month per Mm ......30 Cents.
No Redaction will be msvde in sbove
Tlll'HSDAY, FKRUrAI'Y 10, 1S70.
Iral Weather Kepert.
CaimoIll., 1'elt. , IJ7C
TlSTi Oak. fJiiii Wiud. Vsi.. WKAtii.
7 a.m. w.ovi s ' II Mrslu.
11 w.v.M M fl I is "
2 p.m. .kx Ms rt ' 1- Cloudr.
sun" 9.ki Ms 8 I li cloudy.
Hhiii Tall S Iferhra.
fie riteant. HIkiiuI erlc, U.S.A.
Fun Sai.k. A Seven Octavo Ilallet t
Davis piano. .1. FntcK, Seventh etreet.
Try Tmi:si! Titv Tiikm ! Hall iltme,
hall dime cigar, Havana llllcr, at
-S-tf "OWIKltWAITKtY I'llll.MW.
Tut liiVKK. The Ohio rier maikcd
4i feet 7 Inches on the gaugn Ht live
o'clock last evening, Indicating a fall of C
Inches In the previous twenty-four hours.
Hand Party. Don't forget the Ama
teur Hand party, Friday. February 11th,
at K luge's hall. No gent admitted with
out an Invitation, nud mutt bring a lady,
At i UK I.kvei:. Several members ol
the I.eve Committee, accompanied by
the mayor, went out yesterday to In
spect the new levee.
Hi RT.A little son of Dr. J. J. Cor
don fell off tlie sidewalk last evening, auj
lu the fall dUlocated one of his arm.
The Injury Is not severe.
To-Moiutow. The tobacco sale at the
Planter's warehouse to-morrow will be
the largest of the season, aud a portion
of the tobacco offered will lie of excel
lent cjuallty. A lull attendance Is re
quested. Foii Sai.k. The bar and other tlxtures
of the IMmonlco saloon, Ohio levee, to
gether with three new billiard tables, at
auction without reserve, at 11 o'clock thl
morulug. It Ai.r.v. II. Invtv.
Hartman. Dan. Ilartman is deter
mined to dispose of his stock of dry
goods, aud with tliW view has marked
everv article In his store down to the last
Siici.iiu.i:. The next Sociable of the
Presbyterian church will be given by the
young ladies ol the society at the rooms
of .Mr. Walter llyslop, over the City
National hank, on Thursday evening of
this week. An oyster supper will lie
orved. Kverv one Is Invited to lie pres
Hlt.olaus. It Is said there arc a good
many tramp and Idlers, now lu the city,
among tliem a number of burglars. Sty
eral burglaries have been committed re
cently, and as the burglars arc Mill at
lare, people should see to It that their
doors are securely fastened beforo ictir-
lug at night. ,
Nor FoLNi. Althonch every effort
has been niado the body of I rank Gil
man, drowned near the Illinois Central
stone depot on Monday evening, has not
yet been recovered. Yesterday divers
wire employed and tho bottom of the
river in tho vicinity searched, but to no
imrtio-c. it 13 now supposed that the
body was caught In the cutreut and car
ried down tho river.
Pi.K.ut Guilty. Late Tuesday even
lug Deputy Sheriff John Sheehan received
a telegram from Springfield announcin
that his presence there as a witness
airalnst John Thompson would not be
required, as Thompson had plead guilty
Thompson was arrested lu this city In
November last, for passing counterfeit
money, aud was taken to Spriugllehl for
trial before tho United States district
coutt. James Ord, arrested about the
same time by Ofllcers Wootcn aud Sar
gent on n similar clmrge, plead not guilty,
and his trial will come up to-day. Otll
cers Sanrcnt and Wooten have gone to
Springfield to testify in the cae.
Local Urkvetiks. Indication of
--The rivers are falling.
--The slpo water continues to rle.
Tho streets are worse than muddy,
Our hotels are not doing a very great
Tho Grain trial Is over. Let in lie
Th!f atotk of groceries were all
disposiUMWcteruay ana the tiny buiorc.
A itejlrwtle walk from Thirty-fourth
to FortyWrecouU streets on Commercial
avenue: It wikchi.
--Thb ''colored MetliodUt church Is
awamped-lht' slpo water has reached the
- Polick CoiiRT.Joliii Heady, for be
ing drunk, was before Judge Bird yes
terday, but as his "attack ol drunk" was
very mild, and hu Interfered with no one
ho was discharged on payment of costs of
suits. Ileury Halt uud Henry Lewis,
colored, weie up on achargn ot tigMlng.
Hart bavlne; been lue aygrossor, was
lined live ilollars aud co;ls, mid scut to
the ealabooso for four days. Iswls was
discharged. 'Anna Davis was arrested on
Tuesday nlglit.by Oftlccr Andy Cain oun
charge of loitering about the streets after
night mid frcqncutlng dram shops.
There wa.s n very clear case against Anna,
and sho was lined live dollars and the
trimming", which she paid, and was al
lowed to go her way. An Inmate o'
the notorious den presided over by the
old hag Madame Mack, was before Judge
Hross yesterday, eiiarged with carrying
concealed weapons, but was discharged
for want of gulllclcnt evidence to convict
her. Maud Parker and .lane Mildred,
Inmates of Jennie Wilson's bagnio on
Commercial nvenue, were nlso befote
Judge Hross on the double charge of
being drunk aud carrying concealed
weapons. Together their fines amounted
to upwards of twenty dollars. Paid.
J'F.nsoNAi,. John Harton of Carbon-
dale, was In the city yesterday, and of
course called at the Htu.t.KiiN olllee.
.lack Alden of tho Anna Union was
in town yesterday on lniiltu's.
Itlitfrn .Inn f lfi'.rtt t,t llnvluivifiil
j whu,u V...-7. w. .a,xf..iv,". ...... ui.v".
precinct, is in the city.
.John Q. Ilarmiin has gnno to visit the
Judge Green returned from Chicago
a. V. Wheeler, eq., leit for rqtring-
Ueld on Monday afternoon where he goes
on professional business.
Mr. I link ley, Superintendent of the
Cairo anil St. I.ouls nillro.nl, arrived In
the city yesterday.
'Judges Allen and OiifTorCarbomlatc
left for home yesterday afternoon. They
will take a rest alter their long siege In
the Grain case.
CiHCfir Ctti iti Tim Chain Case.
t about 7 o'clock yesterday morning It
was announced that the jury In the Crnin
case had agreed, aud were ready to re
turn a vcidict. Judge Uaker, Circuit
Cleik Vocmu,aud County Attorney Mul
key for the prosecution, nnd Mr. Llnegar,
Mr. Calvert and Mr. Clemens for the de
fense were notified of the tact aud soon
after appeared in court. The defendant
were brought Into the court room aud
took their usual seals, and when older
and milet had been rettored, Judge
Uahcr uked If the jury were ready to re
port, the answer Lelni; that they were.
The foreman ol the Jury then stepped for
ward and handed thejelerk the following
We the iury, lind the delcndants
guilty, and fix their sentence at twenty
years" each lu the penitentiary.
The announcement of this verdict
seemed to bas e no effect upon the prison
ers. Tliey never so inucii as cnangcti
color, but on the other hand a faint smile
seemed to Illuminate Uig Jcp' face. A
moment nfter tlie verdict was announced
Black Hill left his seat aud accosting Mr.
Llnegar whispered a few words to him,
nud then returned to his scat.
Mr. Llnegar entered a motion for n new
trial, alter which court adjourned, and
the iudge aud otllccr of the court went
home to breakfast.
Later lu tho day Judge Allen nkcd that
a dar lor arguing tlie motion for n new-
trial be fixed, and suggc-ded that it be
announced for as early a day as possible.
Mr. Llnegar thought sometime during
tlie early part ot next week would bo
.Mr. Calvert aid that heluul some busi
ness to attend to next week at Menna,
aud would be compelled to lie there two
or three day.
Mr. Clemens wanted time enough to
make full preparation for tlie argu
mentor the motion.
Judge Allen said that it had been
stated lu thcHt'i.t.KiiN that Judge Craw
ford had adjourned the Saline county
circuit court until next Monday, and lu
that ease he could not bo hero nHer Sat
urday, as he aud JudiroIDull had an im
portant cao to try In .imlire Craw-lord's
court, and it would probably come up
the first day of the term.
Mr. Llnegar suggested that it could
caMly be ascertained when the Saline
county court would meet, and In caso It
did not convene- on next Monday, then
he hoped the argument of tho motion
would go over until Tuesday.
Judge Hakcr then announced that In
cao Judge Craw ford convened court at
Harrlshurg on .Monday, then the argu
ment 6n the motion for a new trial would
be heard on Saturday, otherwise It should
go oyer until Tuesday. To this proposi
tion eniinsel ni'rccd.
It has been asceriaineti mat on wie ursi
ballot after tho jury retired, they stood
ten for hanging, one for acquittal and one
for fourteen years in tho pen
ltentiary. The one for acquittal
soou went over to the fourteen year man
and thus the jury atooil until morning,
when a romnromlso was agreed on nt
twenty years lu the state's prjsou.
-Thomas O'Kelle, on a charge ol rob
berv. was placed on trial in tho circuit
court yesterday. O'lvelfe is charged
with an assault on Mr. spears, n mall
aeent. on Ohio levee lu tins city somo
two months ago. This H not U'lvciie s
first experience with Alexander county
courts. Soma three- years ago lie was
arrested for robbing a man In Henry
Dlukle's saloonj on Commercial avenue,
but the amount stolen that time was not
enough to scnd.lum to tho penitentiary
and he was given n short term In flit
county Jail, county Attorney- Mini;
conducted the prosecution, and II. II
Black, city attorney, was appointed
defend O'Kelfe. A Jury was selected,
nnd the case went to trial. Lata ln. tM
alternooulho jury returned a YenHetat
guilty, fixing the punishment ol lh!
prisoner nt one year in the peniieu-;
police of tteniovni.
C. Koch has removed his hoot and
shoo simp from tho old gland to his
new brick bulldluf (ona,'- bjock boh
No. nu i.nmiucrciai avenue,
Filth itiitl Sixth ftrects, whetyf
keep t lie. best home imuio.
custom made, boots ami sli
tho licit material ; good
and In the Intent styl
fjrunij'uj uil-iiiii-i, iu.--
(Council dionim, 1
Caiuo.IMm Feb. S, 1870.
Precnt-llls lienor, Mayor Winter,
and Aldermen jUalllday, Lancaster,
Parker, Patter, mttenhousc, Wright ami
On motion of Alderman Patier the
reading of tho ni'nutes of the lat regu
lar meeting wasdspeused with, and the
Tlie report of '' Hlake, city treas
urer, for the inoith of January, 1S7C,
was presented and read, and on motion
of Alderman;WrIgfiLrccclvcdaiid ordered
L'cport of .1. J. ilrtl.P. M., for Decent
lcr, 1875, was prciented nnd read, and on
motion, approved and ordered tiled.
The Committee on Claims, to whom
was referred tho fdlowlng blll, reported
tho same back, rctoiumendlng payment
thereof as follows i
Henry Winter, major s taiary lor
January i $
Win. French Axl, clerk, salary
for January.... ..i.
B. F. Blake, trcastrcr, salary for
John II. OoMiiiaii, marshall, sal
ary lor January
J. C. Inline. A. Cnlr., W. Wotton.
Henry Snrirunt, Wis Brown ami
Martin O'Maly, po'iiec consta
bles, cacl -
F. Bross, police magUtritc, salary
for Dccemlter. ,
J. J. Bird, police magistrate, sal
ary for January
If, 11. lilacK. city attorney, om
(liiarter. salary to Feb. 1st.
II. II. Black, coinini-vloiis oti lines
L. II. Myers, for plow
u , j
II. t . i.lvtiigstou, lor plow..
X. I 'Ice, lumber.
J. S. McGahey, lumber
C. H. Wootlward, .shovels... ..
C. C. Has Co., ga-S in sluet lauiis :u:t M
ic. ii. ijuuniuguam, rem oi coun
John Clancy, dieting prl'iwers
141 days at Utc per day
John Clancy, extra meals I'ur
Devon; iV FitgeraM, building
St. Mary's luttrmary, 5 tlays care
patient-at l istjier tl.ty
Cairo Bulletin Co., 1 ballot book,
council prcHiceiHnjfs. Xc.
James PctUn, Imrylng ifrntl dogs
IVter Conley, 17 day? vnrfc on
stilt-walk at $1 50 ner day
Jerry Murphy, 101 days' work on
sidewalk at $1 50 per day 21 ;i7
.ImncH Fnrrell, liauling 14 loads at
Jolm Furcesou. hauling 7 loads nt
Dan McCarthy, 3 days with chain
Dan McCarthy, 2 days' work clos
James Keating, day's work clos
Timothy (Jorman, Sup't ol streets
New Levee pay roll 3,110 03
Carl Peters, repairs on scrapers
James Ro. 1 ton coal for police
headquarters 3 75
Tho. Fitzgerald, 1 day's work re
laying floor in jail 00
Alderman Lancaster moved the nllls as
read be allowed nnd an order drawn on
tiic treasury for theainount. Carried by
flic following vote :
Ayes llalllday, Lancaster, Parker,Pa-
tier, Kittcnlion-c. Wright aud Vocum 7.
Alderman Hlttcnhouse moved that an
order for the full amount or the new
level" pay roll.as presented, amounting to
$3,110 03, be drawn In favor of the city
treasurer, and that the pay roll Ihj placed
In hi hands for him to pay according to
the corrections. Carried by the follow
ing vote :
Ayes llalllday, Lancaster, Parker.Pa
tier, Hlttcnhouse, Wright aud Yocnni 7.
The lvport of the Flnanco Commllte
for January, 1S76, was presented and
vead.and on motion of Alderman Wright,
received and ordered tiled.
I'ho Levco Committee mado the fol
lowing report, which was read, and on
motlou ol Alderman Patier, approved:
'o tlie Hon. Mayor and City Couucil :
Ur.XTLKSiEX " our committee desire
to report that they did on tho 2d day of
the present month, discontinue tho ser
vices" ot Jonn r. lieiy, niso un uiuc
keeper and nil foreman upon the work,
except Wm. aud Thomas Uagnell. Ow
ing to the tIong continued bad weather
and so ranch ot tho ground being covered
with water, but few teams can ever ne
wcrked to advantage. Under such cir
cumstances your committee thought best
to curtail expenses as mucn as imssioic,
and trust our action will lie approved.
W. 1'. WltlUIIT,
Committee on Levees.
Cairo, 111., Feb. 8, 1S70.
Alderman Wright offered the following
resolution, which on motlou,was adopted:
IltsolceJ. That the Street Committee
bo and aro hereby requested (as soon as
circumstances will iernilti to make a
thomucli cviitiihmt on ot tlie K'VCrni sow-
ers leading through the Ohio levee, nud
in renort to t tls council I lo ''Llierul con
dition of the same, together with such
suggestions ns they may think will better
protect tno city irom sqc water.
Alderman llalllday oll'ered the follow
in'' resolution, which on motion, was
AVio'rc, That the superintendent of
streets ne auu nu nn-uj iumhh n-n u
iioi vet-to W am neuy. ueorco vt ouen
and others, nt the city lumber yard, so
much old sli'owalk lumber as they may
need to construct a sidewalk along either
side of Sycauorc street, or Commercial
Hveiuie.tiiat may bo selected, froiuThlrty-
fourth street to Forty-wcond street, the
same to be cousli ucted in such manner as
.. .... .1 l illllui ...n., .llv.., . H.A.
tiui otieei .iiiiu" iii.ij iiiiv,, .w
vi.ii.il. 'riuiLthe coustructhiL'of wild alde-
walK.oranypart iii' ifoiAorimuims mm
hnnbir, shall nut he ilomhit the expense
rwan Hallulay ollcred the follow-
'flut tho city treasurer bo
iiercbv instructed to transfer
tho General Fund and place to tho
lit aflMu funds named below, the fol
lowing SHSbiinK viz : To Jienera inter-ost-Fiind.
Sl.923.10; to Fox, Howard
& Co.. Interest Food. $102.20.
Hesolutlon adopted by the following
Ayca-Hulllday, Lancaster, Parker,
i,.ii,;V. mih'iihnusp. Wrifflil ami Vo
. Navs 0.'.
Ltf.'1'hi! Ibllqwlug comuiuulcition no in
fnls llonorllMayor Winter, was presented
nnd rend. ami. on motion of Alderman
I'allcr, iccclvcd ami referred tothe I.ovto
Cairo, 111., Feb, s, 17C,
'Iodic l lljr l.i.uiwilorilieCIt) ofC'ulr.j,
flu.Nil.KUKN I would call your atten
tion to tho laet that the lhers around
and about us are subsiding, and the new
levco being so far advanced that nil dan
ger of an overflow Is at an end. I
would thtrelore recommend that the
Levee Committee bo instructed to have
Mr. Win. Hagncll discharge all non-residents
working on the new levee and give
work to resident tax-payers ami parties
paying licenses for teams; nnd that the
men so discharged bo paid by the city
treasurer on certificates glyen by the
overseer, Mr. Bairncll. nnd cndnrntl by
the Committee on Claims.
II. WiNTKit, Mayor.
On motion of Alderman Patter council
adjourned. W. F. Axlky,
Keli s, jnnj
Senteant, Signal Hervlfe, I'. S. A.
Steamer J. W. Mills, Paducah.
" Clly or Vlcksburg, Vlcksburg.
" Belle Memphis, MemphW.
" Cherokee, Cincinnati.
" Commonwealth, Cincinnati.
" City of Chester, St. Louis.
Steamer J. W. Mills, Paducah.
" City ot Chester, Memphis.
" Commonwealth, New Orleans.
" Cherokee, 5uw Orleans.
" City of Vlcksburg, St. I.ouls.
" Belle Memphis, St. Louis.
RIVLR, WEATIIKR AND BUSIXKSS.
The guage showed 43 feet 0 Inches
yesterday evening. Tho rail from tne
itiuht previous being 0 Inches.
Tito weather all dsy was cloudy ami
The John flllmore and tow lett for
St. Louis on Tuesday night.
Tnulovec has been distressingly quiet
for the last turce. or four days.
The John A. Scudder, for St. Louis
from New Orleans, 1 due up to-day.
The F.. II. Durfee left Pittsburg on
Tuesday fur St. I.ouU.
The Thomas Sherelock Is due from
N'ew Orleans to-morrow.
The Jim Howard left New Orleans
yesterday for St. Louis.
The Commonwealth got 400 tons
freight ami 300 head of stock here.
The Colorado leaves St. I.ouls for
The Grand Tower will pass down
Irom St. Louis for Memphis to-day.
The Carrie V. ICouut. ha gone to
the boat yard at St. I.ouls for general re
pairs. The HWiuarck was announced to
leave St. LouU for New Orleans last,
The J. W. Mills had a lair trip Irom
this poi I to Paducah yesterday afternoon.
Her trip down wns light, as usual.
Tho Cons Miller and Golden Hide,
the termor from Memphis and the latter
from Xew Orleau3, and both for Chichi-
naM.are due to day.
Captain James Johnson, of the Illi
nois Central railroad, left yesterday after
noon lor a trip to Xw Mexico. He will
he absent from tlie city lor about twenty
I nu V.IIJ Ol ICKSUUrK, liuut
burg for St. Louis, arrived nt eleven
clock Tuesday night, with a good trip.
She put off 100 bales of cotton here.
Tho Belle Memphis arrived at eleven
'clock yesterday morning. She dls-
harged 300 bales of cottou and n small
amount of other Irelglit, and lett ror
Divers Al. Kurress and Hiram Hill
were engaged all day yesterday in look
ing for the body of Frank Gllmore, who
is supposed to have falleu into the river
nnd drowned whllo at work near the
stono depot Tuesday morning,
Tlie wild Injuu Cherokee came Into
port at 11 o'clock Tuesday night. She
had a good trip, nnd added about one
hundred tons here. She left yesterday
afternoon at 3 o'clock.
The Commonwealth arrived at 8:30
o'clock on Tuesday night, with a good
trip. Some little misunderstanding oe
curred between the wharf collector nnd
her officers, and there was some talk of
tying her up, but the trouble has been
settled ere this, we presume, and tho boat
Is on her way South.
For sale A $12 60 order on city of
Carbondalc. F.nqulro at Bullktin olhec,
1-24-tf K. A. lit) UN KIT.
Fllty cents, at Winter's Gallery.
I'or Hunan mill ('olornilu.
Tlie Atchison. Topckn aud Santa Fo
railroad from Kansas City and Atchison
on llio Missouri river, via Topeka, the
capltol ot Kansas, and tho beautlliil r
kausas valley to tho Hotky Mountains,
I'ho Bhnrtct-t route to Puebelo the Urnnd
Canon. Colorado springs, wannou,
Pikes Speak, nnd nil places or nolo in wo
mountain region". The favoiilu route
to Denver ami all points In Northern
Colorado. The best route to Southern
Colorado, New Mexico aud Arizona. The
onlv direct routo to the famous Fan
Juan mines. The track anil equipment
Is uneqitaled, trr.lns run through irom
thu MNsourl river, to tlie iiocky Moun
tains, making connections in Union de
pots and avoiding delays nun trans
fers. For full descriptive circulars
maps, time tables, etc., address
T. J. Anpkkson,
Gen'l Pass. Agent, Topeka, Kun
All I'hruHlf IIIMMe Oiirril
DY tilt. Ill't.1.
He Is located In Cairn, llllnnls, nnd U
still calling on you to he healed. Why
will you die of old chronic disease, when
you can 1o cured with so little' cont or
money. I in not give. It up yet, for there
Is still a balm In (lllrard. Cairo is the
placo to come to be cured of .all your
aches and nalui.
I nm nosy prepared at my oftlee to nlvc
medicated baths, and person? wishing to
recelvo such, will call at my ndlce on
Klghtli street, No. 22, from the. hours of
2 p.m. till i p.m. AUo plane hath', hot
oatn, warm datiis, cold baths, or vapor
baths. Also persons having the con
sumption or w eak lungs, nnd wishing to
receive medicines by inhalation, can re
ceive the treatment at my nlllce, this be
lug tho only true way of getting medi
cine direct to tho lungs. Also I treat dlv
cases of the eyes of years standing, and
the blind has been mado to a by my
treatment. Alt disease of the skin I
cure. Fistula cured by me without the
use of tho kulfe. If you have a cancer
come and bo cured. All private diseases,
in the shortest time, cured by inc. In
short, for all chronic llcac.s of the hu
man system, go to Dr. Unit, if you wish
to be cured. 1 compound nnd prepare nil
my medicines nt my olllcc. It Is said
that practice makes perfect, I have been
thirty years a practicing physician.
All letters nud communications shall
be confidential and promptly attended to
by me. Direct, Dr. Hult7,
No. 22 Kighth street, Cairo, HllnoW,
Nolle e Is lutuby glfen that the tax books
for tho rear ls:., have been placed In my
hands und that I wilt be at the following
places lu 'Ali'Hiider county, on the day be
low set forth for the purpo-e of collecting
aald taxes, viz. :
In Clear Creek precinct, it the store of
K. Culley & Co., Clear Creek Landing,
March 7th, 167C.
In Thobcs precinct, at the store of O. A.
Msrchlldon, Thebes March 8th, lsTII.
In Santa Fc precinct, at tlie store ol' W.
Ireland, Santa Fe, March n, 187(1.
In Oooie tsland precinct, at tho store n
O. (Ireenley, Oooe Island, Marcti 10, Ittttl.
In Dog Tooth precinct, at the house of
N. Hunsacker, q., March 11, 1M7U.
lu Hazlewood precinct, at tho office ol
.Sam Brltey F.'.eo, March 14, 1870.
In Unity precinct, at the store of W. Al.
Atherton, Unity, March 15, 1870.
In South Cairn, at the olllee of .lohn ().
li&rmau, Cairo, March Kttb, 1870.
In North Cairo precinct, at tho court
house, Cairo, March 17th, 1S7C.
Tlie collector hereby calls the special at
tention ot tax payers to Section 1.17, of the
Chapter upon revenue, revised statutes,
I in which he Is required to make distraint
upon the personal property of all tax pay
ers In dcfuult lor personal Uxe., after
March Wlh. This provision ol law will be
vigorously enforced. Those Interested wll
therefore bear tho fan In luliul and save
Brlns your last years tax receipts nnd do
not trust to the tax books for tll-crlptlon of
your land. Af.CX. 11. lit VI. .
('dm, ill., February !Uh, 187(1.
A No. I Ijiiiinlrjf .
It is now conmled that Mrs. (.'olenian
the laundress, No. VI Fourth street, be
tween Washington and Commercial ave
nues, has one of the best conducted laun
dry establishments in the elty, nnd land
lords ol'holi'N and hoarding houses will
lind it to their advantage to call upon
her. Her prices are a billows; Hotel
aud boardlng-hou-i' waybill;; T."i cents
jfer doen. For piece work prices nre as
follows : single shirt and collar, 10c ; per
lojren, SOc; snek, two collars, ."k:;
wo handkerchiefs, "to; vets, itlc; and
all ccntleinen's wear, SOe. iter dozen.
,adles plain calico dresses. 2."e : calico
dresses with extra trimmings, 5)c; whlt
dresses, $1 35c ; ladles' undcrwnrc, tine
and coarse, $1 00 per dozen. 1-23-tf.
Lessons given In I'enuianshlp, tlno
L'emnanshlp, Steamboat llook-kcepinf;,
Card writing, Posting up nrcouuU,
Copying, etc., at tho rooms ol C. J,
llowe.Nos.lo and 10, Wtutcr's lilock,
corner Seventh Btreet nnd Commercial
nvenue. Indies class every afternoon
from 4 to 5 o'clock, and Saturdays from
to 4 o'clock. l-ao-lin,
New l.evee Vy Holt.
All persons having claims against the
city of Cairo for work done on the new
levee during the mouth of .January, 1870,
arc hereby notified that such claims will
be paid at my olllee, Hross building,
Thursday February 10th, between tho
hours of 10 a. in. nud ft p.m.
II. F. Blake, City Treasury.
We will pay no bills contracted by any
employe of Tim Hullktin, unless tho
same Is made on a written order signed
y tho president or secretary ofthe com
pany, and vvo will accept no orders given
by an employe of the company, tor any
CAIUO UUI.I.KTIM COMI'ANV.
November 10. 187. "
After the rlre.
.1. George Steinhonse may be found
since tlie tiro nt his new shop, on Llglitli
street In tho Alexander County Haiik
building, whereho will vwdeome all ()iH
customers, nnd serve them In as artistic a
manner ns ever neioiv, wmi muuuu
aliiivH. fn donnb e hair euttlui; aim
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
sr. o. xxuimv
BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
Cor. Twelfth trt
antl WsshlBaton Avenue,
Osvti o, Hlial
Ul-t'titmirinid Itidboist W'nil. a SpeclallYI
0. N. HUGHES,
Out Kalkns VW'i.
SJ ONE bin
first-Class Uuralea re.r1
ESTABLISHED 1 M8
S AFFORD, MORBI3
13 OHIO LEVEE
City National lsak BolUiaf, aaUlrs.
Tht Oldest Establish! Aksbot In Bout j
srn Illinois, rsprsssmUav ovr
K. J. Ay res.
a. v. a nil,
Commission Merchant i
P. CUHI, .
No mi Ohio lm,
BOX and BASKET OO
- -DfiJeT tn-J
k klnJa haril anil soft,)
FLOORING, BIDINa, LATH, J.
Mill sj Tsxd,
Corner Thirty-Fourth Street and
Sam'l X. WZLSOIT,
Cor. Klghth;8t. and Cotumarolal Ave.
HKFEKENCES, BY PXBXIIBI0M:
IlittHilioiiw A llro It. W. Miller,
llutTr & lllii.r A. .Mo.'tli' A l.'o. ,
fain 'I Wll-M.n, .r,
i.n-rn a wooii,
.1. II. I'hllils A Son,
Cunningham A flliln't 1,
u. ic. n iMMitritiii.
Avers A Co.,
J. 11. ltel,
ii. hi. iiui.n,
UOl. TiicntmiK, V. M
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