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ASOAI-ON l-ODOK, NO. M.
Knight of Pythias, meets every frl
day nlaht at half-tiast seven, in Odd
mom' IUH. 7
AI.KXANDKK MUMJIC, NO. JM.
f lows, meet every irUv night
JoiBtwrclal avenue, between sixth mi J Hrventti
:reet. " "
r- 1IKO KNCAMI'MKNT. I. 0. O. F., meet
W ii Odd-Fellows' lull on the flrst nil third
i mstlay In erajr month, at half-past seven.
Jho.U. Uossmak, 0. 1'
S VAIKUIXJUOK. NO. 237, A. P. A A. M.
fi If old mruUr communications In Ms-
TCyTsoalc Hall, corner Commercial avenue
' 'and Kljthlli street, on the second anil
nurin sinnnav or eacn monin .
After tho flrr.
I. George Hteluhousc may be round
since the lire at Ills new shop, on KljrJith
trect In the Alexander County Hank
hutldliur, where he will welcome nil Ms
customers, nml wrvc them In a nrthtlo a
manner a ever lefore, with smooth
shaves. fiedilonublo hair cutting and
N allr af Imatu,
0. Koch hn. removed his hoot nnd
fhoe shop from the old stand to hi
new brick building (one block bctow),
No. IK) Commercial avenue, between
Filth and Sixth street", where he will
keep the best home made and Ht. I.oul
custom made boots and shoe, made of
thu best material ; jjood workmanship
nnd In the latet styles. All orders
promptly attended to. tt-ZI-ff.
We will pay no bills contracted by any
employe of Thk Hum.kti.v, unless the
same U made on a written order signed
by the president or secretary of .the com
party, and we will neorpt no orders given
by an employe of the company, tor nny
Caiko UtiLLKTix Company.
.November 1U. 17'. II
New Coal (IMrr,
F. M. Ward has opened a coal oftlce on
south side of F.lghth street,N'o.:M.lietweeii
Commercial and Washington avenues, in
Sargent's shoe store. Ho wilt sell Ilar
r Uhii rg coal delivered In any part of the
city at $.1 25 per single ton, or $.1 mt
ton In four-ton lots ; Illg Muddy coal nt
$t per single Ion, or $7 GO fur two ton-,
all delivered. These are rock bottom
prices, uud mean eah anil cash only.
f or Ksbmi anil Colnritdo.
The Atchlon, Toeka and Santa Fe
railroad from Kmnas City and Atchlon
on the Missouri river, via Topeka, the
cnpitol ot Kansas, and tho beautiful r
kanas valley to the Kocky Mountains.
The shortest route to l'uelx-lo the Grand
Canon, Colorado Springs, Maultou,
Tikes Sieak, and alt places of note In the
mountain regions. The favorite route
to Denver and all points In Northern
Colorado. The best route to .Southern
Colorado, New Mexico and Arizona. The
only direct route to the famous .San
Juan mines. The track and equipment
U unriiualetl, trains run through from
tlio Missouri river, to the Itocky Moun
tains, making connections hi Union de
pots and avolillng delays and trans,
firs. For lull descriptive circulars
msps, time tables, etc., addrets
T. .1. Andkiiso.v,
Oeii'l I'ass. Agent, Topeka. Kan.
A silver plated No. 0 WiUon Shuttle
Sewing Machine, hurd (piano) llnMi,
valued at $8.. Will be sold at $X) dis
count, on good terms, and ordered direct
from the factory.
Colored and mounted Maps ol the
cftyof Cairo at $3 00 euch (halt price.)
A No. 9 Wilson Shuttle Sen lug Ma
chine valued nt $75. Will be sold at $15
discount, and ordered direct from the
A $00 Jtemlngton Sewing Machine
ISO oft for cah. Suitable lor tailor or
lKiot and shoe manufacturer.
A style "K," "Clough, Warren &
Co.'s" l'arlor Organ, right from thu fac
tory at Detroit. I.lst price, $.100. Will
be sold for $200.
1000 sheets of britol board jut re
ceived at the Bullktin ofllce, uud tor
sale to the trnde.
tlijr or Cairo,
colored and varnished, for sale at hull
price ($2.M) at tho Ili'Lunix ofllee.
20,000 note heads, 30,000 envelopes,
20,000 letter heads, 10 reams statements,
20 reams bill heads Carlisle paper Just
received nnd for sale ot the IIum.k.tin
For any of the above articles, apply n
he IUillktis olllce. K. A. Hl'hnktt
LYNCH & HOWLEY'S
Real Estate Column
l,ot2, block 0, city, on Ohio levee,
above Twelfth strret, outside lire limits.
Very cheap. Terms liberal.
Cottogo near Nineteenth nnd Poplar
stects. $3 per month.
Hood dwelling house on Walnut, be
tween Twenty-second and Twenty-third
Store-room corner Twentieth nnd
jluslness house on Levee, lately oc
runted by Cunningham & Stllwell,
Winter's. fllpcU-suitable, for Hotel
Q, dices or Ilusluess rooms cheap.
Tenements numbered J, 8 and 0, lu
Winter's How, 5 rooms each, for $10 per
-No. 10 (comer), $12 &07 rooms.
Cottage on Sixth street, near Wash
ington nyenue I rooms.
Store room in "Pilot House," lately
oeeuuled bv A. Hullo v.
small House west of Twenty
seeqiul street.near Pine, $1 per month,
Polling house on Slxjh street and
Orphan Asylum building nndjpreml
Sl'8. Kent low, to a good toiunt.
Store room, corner Twentieth anil,
Wasjiuigion avenue, jj h iiioiuii.
Ifooms In various parts of the city.
FOK MdASK Oil SAMS.
-Utidi, In tract to suit, near Cairo.
KATKN OF AnVKRriNINU.
CfAlt Mils fur iKlrrrtUina, are due and ir
Trannlrnt aJvi rllnlriK will Ik- Intrrtctl at Ilia
rale of 11 0 itrsiure forllie lint Invrtlon
and Mi rents for tacli ulictuent one. A liberal
dix-ount will be maile on standing- and illilaj-
for InnertlnK Knneral notice II (o. Notice of
nw-etlnR of societies or ai-cret orders 50 cents for
Church, Hoclctr, Krsllraland 3iier notices
will oaly be Interted iu adrertlnements .
No advertlenient will be received at less than
M) cents, and no altrrtleinrnt will be linotl"!
for If I lull three dollars tiermontli.
Local Bualneaa Notices, of
ten line or mora, inaertea
in tne Bunaiin a rouowa ;
Oommanca Counting at tan Lines.
One insertion per Una Oenta.
Two lneertlonaper Una 7 OanU.
Three Insartlona per line 10 OenU.
Rl v Inaartlana ner una 10 Oenta,
Two waeka per line - SB Oanta.
One month per Una - 30 Oanta.
No Reduction will bo made in above
FH (DAY, FF.niUTAltV 18 1S70.
Iral Weather Repe)rt.
C'AIRO.'lLL., Kill. 17, IS70.
FrrKPunt, SIkiuI Service, V.H.A.
LOCAL SIPE WATER.
Titv ThkmI Tuv Tiikm! Hall dime,
hull dime cigar, Havana tiller, nt
2-8-tf Cowpkuwaitk ,V Phillips.
Toiiacco Sai.k. The regular weekly
sale of tobacco will take place at the
Planter's warehouse to-day.
Tup. Ohio, The water-gauge at the
fool of Fourth street, at 5 o'clock last
evening marked Ii!' ft. 11 in., Indicating a
i le of 2 Inches lu the previous 21 hours.
Foit .Ioi.ikt. There are ten prisoners
hi the countv iall. awaiting to lie Liken
to the peiilli-utiay ut .follet. sherlll'Irtlu
will start with them lu a day or two.
ItnoMS to Itr.vr. Four rooms, and a
neat cottage on Third Street, free from
sipe water, and in good condition, hit-
pure or win. .Mellale, at the Helta
Nona:. All persons holding chances
In the ralllu for refrigerator and "shell"
will meet nt Stone l)eiot at":.'i0 p.m.,
the l'Jth Inst. II.
2-1 8-2 1
A. Hali.ky. A llnu lot of table and
pocket cutlery, also spades, shovels,
hoes, rakes, foks, axes and a general Hue
of hardware just received by A. Hailey,
115 Commercial avenue. 2-l8-:iiu.
Wan mi. A good, while girl to do
house work hi a family of three. Inquire
at cottage second house from the corner
of Ninth street, cast side of Washington
avenue, to-day. K. A. Huiixett!
Dkaii. It was reported yesterday
that Hed Campbell, well-known in this
city, died a few days ago at some point
o:i White river. Campbell left Cairo
some two months ago.
Jist liix'F.iVMi. A. Hailey has just
received a fine lot of canary and mock
ing blnl cages, llower stands, flower
trainers, baskets, archer, hearts and
wreathes, which ho has marked very low,
at 115 Commercial avenue. 2.18-Uui.
SoMKriuxr, Nkw. The lightning, re
ciprocating, tin churn and egg beater,
the latet and the best ever made, at A.
Halley's, who U now selling his large
stock ol stoves, tin nnd brltUina ware at
greatly reduced prices. Olve him a call
before you purchase, 115 Commercial av
Tin: Aiiikxkum. Healy's Hibernian
was well patronized last night, and the
exhibition was equally as good as the
night previous. All who have sseu the
entertainment speak of it in words of
praise. Tho matinee yestcrduy afternoon
wa well attended.
Mako.mc Juiiii.kk The colored Ma
sons ot Cairo will give a centennial en
tertainment and supper at Schccl's halj
on the evening ol Washington's birth
day, February 22d. Grand Master Kog
ers, of Springfield, will be present and
deliver an address on the occasion, A
selected class will enliven the occasion
with vocal and instrumental niii-lc.
Mad Doos. Within the last two or
three days a number of mad dogs have
been killed iu the upper part of the city.
On Wednesday n dog exhibiting all the
symptons oi hidrophobia was killed near
Commercial avenue and Cross street ; nnd
lu the evening of the same day Olllcers
Wooten and Sargent were called on to
dispatch it dog belonging to n woman liv
ing on Twelfth street. People iu the vi
cinity should exercise gnat caution, as
other dogs may have been bitten nnd are
liable to go mad at any time.
ltKAD Tins. i mn ifarlmau Is sclliii'i
off at cost. This Is no dodge to induce
lieoplo to buy, hut Mr, llartman means
what he says. He desires to go out of
tne dry goons trains and will quit that
branch of his biii-lness as soon as his pres
ent stock can be disposed of. lu this
connection it may he well to state that
his stock Is not old or shelf worn, hut on
the contrary Is fresh ami seasonable, and
o tho latest styles, consisting of such
goods as. am usually to hu found lu a
llrst-chu-s diy goods store. His stock ol
notions uud gent's furnMiIng goods Is
nlso large and select, ami, will be cold for
piie-tulnl less man mo same can no pur
chafed elsewhere. All Mr. llartman
asks Is nu examination ol his goods and
prices to convince every ono (hat ho
means Just n hat ho says. Call nnd see
Cmcuit Court Aiwouiinkp. Iu tho
circuit court yesterday Judge Maker gave
ills decision on tho motion lor a now
trial In the case of tho Cridns. The judifo
Hah. 'Ins Wind, j Vkl.
.ni.np7 1 s NV l
IH.110 :Us NU I 4
:m :irr I tve NW I H
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dlcuod the Issues railed by the attor
neys for the prisoners, nt great length,
overruling; the motion. Mr. I.lnegnr
entered a motion lu arrest of Judgment,
nnd the court gave the defence sixty days
In which to prepare a bill of exceptions
nnd take the eae to the Supreme court.
The prisoners were then brought before
tho bar for sentence. When aked by the
ludgo whether they had anything to say
why sentence should not be passed upon
them, they both replied that they thought
the verdict of the jury was unjust. Sen
tence, In accordance with the verdict of
the Jury, wns then pronounced by the
court, nnd the prisoners remanded to
jail. Court then adjourned unlll court
Brkvitiks. No business iu the police
Sipe water rising.
The Hibernian fin; company met last
The box and basket factory Is lu full
blast, and doing a good business.
Edwin Adams, the famous netor,
supported by Mr. C. W. Coiiodek, the
celebrated character actor, will com
mence an engagement nt the Atliencum
hi tills city, on Monday night, March
John While Geavy Is it prisoner In
the county Jail, und a hard customer he
Is, too. Some two or three weeks ago
Geavy was arrested by Chief Oossuian on
a charge of robbery to-wlt : robbing an
Arkansas doctor ot a carpet sack con
taining a lot of valuable clothing, nnd
$175 In cash. The clothing and most of
the money was recovered. Geavy says
his home Is in Dubuque, Iowa.
Not Q.riTK ' Mtrcii. A Washington
special to the Chicago TrWime of the Kith
The Secretary of War has sent to the
House n report from the Engineer Corps
upon the threatened destruction of Cairo,
III. .from the washhiL'awav ol the river
banks. The renort savs that I he rapid
erosion of the Illinois shore has caused
great alarm to the rltl.cns of Cairo, who
fear tiiat tne Mississippi may con
tinue to work its way to the banks
of ttic Ohio, and leave flic city
nn Island, both sides ol which will be ex
noscd to I he action of the current. The
tllstatice between the two rivers In 1801
was I.8SS feet. The present distance Is
11.500 feet. An Immediate appropriation
of$l!5,000 Is asked, to preTcnt the cav
ing of the banks, of which $200,000 u
wanted for this year. 1 lie estimated to
tal costof this Iniproveinnt Is $4,000,000.
This is a mistake, l lie loun amount
asked lor the Improvement of tho SIlssls
slppl river In this vicinity is $300,000.
Some time ago a bill was introduced iu
the House providing for an appropria
tion of $:i,000,000 for the Improvement of
the levees along the Mississippi river.
It is evident the author of the above dis
patch has got this general appropriation
confounded with the $300,000 asked for
by this city.
Tiiikvks CAtroiiT. On last Sunday
night a white man named Newton West,
visited Sarah Straus' bagnio ou Fifth
street, and before leaving appropriated a
gold neck chain valued nt fifty dollars, a
gold locket and about nine doners In
money, all the property of the proprie
tress of the house. West left for St.
I.ouls, where he was arrested on a tele
gram from Sherlfl Irvin. Tlicshenfl went
to St. I.ouls after Vt est, brought him
back to Cairo, and placed him in the
Sarah Sotnmers, a colored woman,
recently stole one hundred and forty dol
lars from a man ut Memphis and then
took a steamer for Cincinnati. When
the boat arrived here, she was arrested
by Slierlll lrvln, and ou Wednesday the
man from whom she stole the money
came alter her and took her back to Mem
phis. Mitch Conway and Alexander Estls,
both colored, robbed a Jewelry store iu
Memphis ou the night ot January 28th
last. Conway, who has since been ram
bling about the country living off the
proceeds of the robbery, came to Cairo
by the Cairo and St. Louis railroad on
Wednesday night, and in less than twenty
minutes after ids arrival was arrested by
Deputy Sherlfl' John Shcclian. Conway
was locked up, and the authorities nt
Memphis notllled of his arrest.
About Pkiisoxs. W. W. Pope of the
Jackson lUnjutleh, Is now In the city in
the Interest of that paper, and may be
found nt the St. Charles hotel. The Dis
patch Is one ot the best papers hi the
South, and no better advertising medium
can bo fouud iu West Tennessee or
George Corlis of the tobacco mapii
factoring firm o( Corlis A' Hankln, Me
(ropolls, was iu tho city yesterday, nnd
left for tho North by the afternoon train
ou the Illinois Central,
Miss Lllluh Walker arrived ou the
train from Chlcigo yesterday afternoon
to visit Miss Daisy Ilobblns. The young
ladles were school mates together
ut Lake Forest Female seminary, this
Mr. and Mrs. Phil Hlsey came down
from Puducah by the Jim Flsk yesterday,
nnd Immediately left for their home ut
Mr. C. M. Howe left for New Or
leans on Wednesday night. Mrs. Howe
has been lu that city for sometime, and
w ill be met there bv her husband.
.las. Hell, the lumber manufacturer
ot mill, was in town yesterday, and h it
for home by the afternoon train.
Mr. C. N. Hughes, has gone to St.
Louis. He left by the afternoon train ou
Hie Illinois Central yesterday.
-John E. Perkins and A. It. Hull, Cin
cinnati ; and E. H. liruder, Mississippi.
were registered at tue nt. utinries jester
Dr. Davis of (Jooe Island precinct,
was, In the city yesterday,
'Squlro G.eo. Mcrt?:. of Mound, Cily,
was lu town for a few hours yesterday.
Lessons given hi Penmanship, flue
Penmanship, Stcumhont Hook-kccplng,
Card writing, Posting np accounts,
Copying, etc.,, at thu rooms oi C. .1,
Howe, Nos. 15 and 10, Winter's Block,
comer Seventh street and Commercial
avenue. Ladles class every afternoon
from 4 to 5 o'clock, uud Saturdays from
2 to 4 0'eloek. V?? 1,n-
Caiko, 111., Tihjiishav Evknixci.)
February 17, 1.S70.
The weather since our last Issue has
lieen clear nud pleasant, though cool.
The rivers continued to fall slowly until
Wednesday when they came to n stand
to-day them Is a slight rle. Iluslncss
throughout the city Is moderately active.
ItatestoNcw Orleans are 21c. for dry
barrels, wet barrels pork, 35c ; whisky,
75c; pound freight, I2cpcrcwt.
The flour market continues to improve
slowly ; there is a fair demand lor choice
grades, hut the stocks of all other kinds
are well tilled; choice Is reported
firmer. Choice hay Is lu good
demand; there Is very little In
the market; common grades nro very
plenty and nro not wanted. The demand
lor com Is active, there Is very little In
market, und dry In good condition wll
find ready sale at goodprlces. Oats am
dull ; the supply Is in aJvanco of the de
mand. The receipts of meal from the
country have been very liberal, and a de
cline In prices Is prophesied, within n few
days. IJrau Is very dull and offering nt
$13 In sacks. Strictly choice butter Is in
good demand nt 2.125c. ; other kinds
are plenty. The ruling price for eggs Is
12Ju., with a good supply In market
The weather has bec;i favorable for
dressed meats and poultry. n"d they arc
In good demand. Poultry both live and
dressed Is wanted. There nre no apples
of any kind In market, and they are hi )
active demand. Seed potatoes are lu de
mand. Provisions are quiet.
Our friends should bear in mind
that the prices here given nre usually
for sales from first hands lu round lots.
In tilling orders and fur broken lots it is
necessary to charge- an advaucu over
The market keeps Improving slowly ;
Hie stocks are generally well-lllled, but
choice grades are in good demand. Sales
noted werc300;hbls various grades, $4 00
Qfl 25 ; tOObbls various grades. $4 00
C 75 ; 100 bbls various grades, $4 75Q7 25:
100 bbls choice XXXX,$C "5; 475 bbls
bbls various grades, $3 7507 50.
Cljolec grades are in good demand :
poor nnd medium grades are not wanted.
sales reported were 2 cars mixed, $11 00;
1 car choice Timothy, $10 00 ; 2 cars
choice Timothy, $10 00; 1 car Gilt Edge,
I here is no corn ot any consequence
In the market, nnd the demand is active
lor good dry. Sales noted were: 1 ear
choice white In sacks, 47c; 1 car
mixed in bulk on track, 40c ; 1 car white
In bulk on track 43c.
The supply of oats Is equal to the de
mand, nud they arc dull. Sales reported
were: 2 cars Northern mixed iu bulk,
37c; 1 car white In hulk, 38c ; 1 car white
In bulk, 38c; 3 cars In bulk, 38c; 1 car
Southern Illinois in sacks delivered, 35jc;
1 car mixed in bulk ou track, 35 ; 100
bags black mixed, 45c.
The receipts! of meal from the country
have been quite liberal ; the market Is
quiet. Sales noted were 300 barrels city
steam dried, $2 25.
No sales were reported ; It Is very dull
and still offering at $13.
Strictly choice buffer Is scarce, and the
demand for It is good. Sales were 500
lbs, 1822e; 300 lbs country store roll,
lS22c; 2 pkgs cooking, 1012Je; 500
lbs choice Northern roll, 2425e; 1.0U0
lbs choice Northern, packed, 23(i20c;
200 lbs choice Southern roll, 19ift20e.
There arc plenty iu the market to suit
ply the demand, at quotations below.
We note tho sale of 100 doz, 12Jc ; 100
do., 121c; 200 do., 12o ; 150 doz, 12 jc;
100 doz, 12e.
There is an active demand for good
poultry, both live and dressed. Sales re
ported were 1 coop geese, $5 per dozen ;
2 coops mixed chickens, $3 50 per dozen;
1 coop mixed, $3 75,
The weather for the past lew days has
been favorable to dressed meats, and they
nre hi good demand. Wo note the sales
ot 1,500, pounds pork, 8e ; 500 pounds
The market Is completely bare of ap
ples of nny description, nud they arc
wanted. Choico will bring big prices.
Good seed potatoes nre in fair demand.
Sales noted were 100 bbls New York
Early Hose, $2 ; 25 bbU Southern Illi
nois Early Rose, $1 751 85 ; 10 bbls
yellow sweet potatoes, $3 ; 25 bushels
Northern Peachblows, COc per bushel.
Iu car-load lots, $1 CO; less.thnu car
load $1 75. We note sales of Hears, $1 00;
50 barrels lu lots, $1 75.
We note the sale of 4,000 pounds dry
nalt shoulders, 7e.
We quote Paradise nnd Mt. Carbon on
track, lump, $3 ; nut, $2 ; delivered ear
load per ton, lump, $3 50 ; nut, $2 75 ;
delivered per single ton, lump, $t; nut.
$3 25 ; Itaum or Harrlsburg coal ou
(rack per car load, lump, $27 ; nut, $1U :
delivered per ton, $3 50 ; Pittsburgh coal
ear loads on track, $5 50 per ton ; single
ton, delivered, $C.
HIDES AND F-WJjS.
Hides are dull, but, there is a fair de
mand for furs, nt quotations :
Hids Dry Hint, l2J13Jc , dry salted,
10JUc; green salted, r0c damaged,
Euits We quote : Western Otter, No.
1, $0(5)0 50 ; No 2, $3G!3 50 : No. 3, $1
1 50 ; No. 4, 2.V. Mink-No. 1, $1
1 25; No 2, 5075o; No. 3, 25o; No. T,
10c. Raccoon-No. 1, (W05o; No. 2,
40o ; No. 3. 20c ; No. 4, tie. Fox-Gray,
No. 1 eased, $1 ; No. 1 open, 75o ; No. i.
6000o; No, , 25q : No. 4, 10c; Rod,
NoTl eased, $1 60: No. 1 open, $1 85.
Skunk-Mack. tcll ; half striped. DO
QOo; narrow, 35o; kittens, .15c. Opo
sum 810c. Heaver $1 602. Musk-rnt-10(525o.
Hear No. 1, $8; No. 3, 5;
BlVEIt NEWS. I .n.'lmmmmmm'mHmam
Keli 17, .871,
LOW WATtn. CIIANm.
FT, IW. IT. II.
Cairo r...... :n 11 i n
I'liuiiiirrf n :i l a
Cincinnati 41 47
luUvllle - is i X 7
Mathvllle :r. ii i 0
.11. Ixiuif 1.1 1 x 7
Kvaiutllle :i7 u x
Mrliilil XI S a
New Orleans i 7 t
i'c-rcmnt, Shrnal Men Ire, 11. S. A.
Sleamer Jim FIsk, Paducali.
" Uurmuda, St. Louis.
' Andy llaum, Memphis.
" Grand Tower, Ht. Louis.
" City of Helcna.St. Louis.
" Alf. Stevens, Memphis.
Sleamer Jim Flsk, Puduoah.
" Alf. Stevens, St. Louis.
" Polar Star, St. Louis.
" Ucrmudn, Nashville.
" Andy Haiuu, Cincinnati.
" Grand Tower, Memphis.
" City of Helena, Vlcksburg.
IIIVKII, WK.ATIIKIt AM) IIL'HINDSS.
The river rose 2 Inches. The gauge
now shows 30 feet 11 inches.
The weather wns clear and cool.
The Bermuda brought a fair trip
The Jim Fi'k leaves the wharf for
Paducali at 5 o'clock this evening.
The Golden Rule Is due down to-day
from Cincinnati for New Orleans.
The Robert Mitchell left New Or
leans Inst Saturday with 400 tons freight,
40 deck nnd CO cabin passengers.
The Alf. Stevens passed up from
Memphis for St. Louis early yesterday
The Fisk brought down from Padu
cali IS hhds tobacco for Straughn & Hlnkle
nnd a fair trip of miscellaneous freight.
The II. S. Turner is coming from
New Orleans with a barge loaded with
150,000 feet of mahogany logs, and also
150 hogsheads of sugar, 300 ham-Is of
molasses, a lot of sundries and 15 people.
I he Andy Baiim leaves Cincinnati
for Memphis on her Murdl Gras trip a
week from yesterday. She w ill be fol
lowed a couple of days later by the James
D. Parker. Both boats have big trips of
people registered for tho voyage,
The big towboat Joseph 11. Wil
liams, now on her way from rittsburg to
New Orleans, has a fleet of 32 boats
south from Louisville, which contains
CC4.000 bushels of conl. This is a bun
drtd thousand bushels more than
the Ajax had hi 1S70, and hers was
the largest ever known.
All Clironlr IMea- Oiirnl
iiv int. iii'ltz.
He Is located lu Cairo, Illinois, and is
still calling on you to be healed. Why
will you die ot old chronic diseases, when
you can lie cured with so little cost or
money. Do not give it up yet, for there
Is still a balm In Gtlenrd. Cairo Is the
place to come to be cured of all your
aches and pains.
I am now prepared at my olllce to give
medicated baths, uud persons wishing to
receive such, will call at my olllce ou
Eighth street, No. 22, from the hours of
2 p.m. flit 0 p.m. AIo plane baths, hot
batlw, warm baths, cold baths, or vapor
baths. Also persons having the con
sumption or weak lungs, nnd w ishing to
receive medicines by inhalation, can Re
ceive the treatment ut my olllce, this be
ing the only true way of getting medi
cine direct to tho lungs. Also I treat dis
eases of the eyes of years standing, and
the blind has been made to see by my
treatment. All diseases of the skin 1
cure. Fistula cured by me without tho
usu of the knife. If you have n cancer
come and be cured. All private diseases,
hi the shortest time, cured by me. Iu
short, for all chronic diseases of the hu
man system, go to Dr. llultz If you wish
to he cured. I compound nnd prepare all
my medicines nt my ofllce. It Is said
that practice makes perfect, I have been
thirty years a practicing physician.
All letters and communications shall
be confidential and promptly nttended to
by me. Direct, D11. Hultz,
Nn. 22 Eighth street, Cairo, Illinois,
Notice is lutcby given that the tax books
for the year 1ST.'), have been placed In my
hand and that 1 will bo at the following
places hi Alexuder county, on the day be
low set forth for the purpose of collecting
tuld taxes, viz :
In Clear Creek preclnvt, at tbe store of
V.. Culley & Co., Clear Creek Landing,
March Till, 1870.
In Tlielics precinct, at the store of C, A.
Marclilldon, Thotjcs March 8th, 18711.
In Santa Fe precinct, ut the store of W,
Ireland, Santa Fe, March , 1HTH.
Id Goose Island precinct, at the store o
O. Clrecnley, (luoc Island, March 10, 1870.
Iu Dog Tooth preiinet, at the house of
N. llunsscker, Esq,, March 11, 187)1.
Iu llazlewood precinct, at tbe office ol
Sam Uriley K'.co, March 14, 187)1. '
In Unity precinct, nt the "tore of W. M.
Athcrton, Unity, March 15, 1870.
In South Calio, ut the olllce of John (j,
lliirniau, Cairo, March Kith, 1870,
In North Cairo precinct, nt the court
house, Cairo, March 17th, 1M7H,
The collector hereby calls the special at
tention ol lux payers to Section 137, ol the
Chapter upon revenue, revised statutes,
In which he Is required to make distraint
upon the personal properly of nil t:ip y.
us lu ilulitii I for pe.kunul tnxui, after
March intli. TbL provision oJ Ikw will bo
vigorously enforced. Those Interested wll
therefore hear 1 1 1,0 fact hi mind and save
liiing your last years tax receipts and du
not t nit t to tho lux hooks for discretion of
your lam. AI.KX. II. IHVIN
' District Collector,
cairn, III., Fcbruury fl.li, 1870,
We have four doaen Imitation Ktaay
Bprujruo Cnii-Opeiier, token fur gdver
tUlujf, whloh wo will sell at two dollars
per doMfcu, Inquire at VtUk'tlu office,
O. N. HUGHES,
0m Mataaaa xWi.
NoMhUt rl",cu CoBpMlea reprt
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