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KORKT 800IBTIKS
ASCAI.UN I.UDUK, NO. 61
ilar night at half-iiaal men. in Odd
Hnivhu nr rviniaa. metis cverv r ri
Mi-own' IUII. - - Howif,
cuanceiior cominanuer.
AMSXANDKH I.OIJOK, NO. Ml
ln.l.Mn.ln( (Inter of Ikld-lrVt
Iowa, meets every Thursday nigh
at half-pa-l seven, lo their lull or
Ooaawrclal avenue,
between nlxlli ahi Knciitti
UHA. I.AMS, N, U.
1VIRO KNUAMPMKNT, I. O. O. Y., meet.
KJ.n Odd-rrllowa' IUII on 111 Brit aud third
lucaday in every rooDiu, at uan-paai seven.
Jao.ll UoiHuAX, V. V
A,
CAIRO LOliOH. NO.!C17,A.K. A A. U
lloldmrular communications In Mo
' 'and. Klghtn ltrret, on (lie aesond and
ipi avail, iikii.
oalo Hall, comer Commercial avenue
oiirin aionaav or earn monm.
After IN Fire.
J. George Stcinhoust. may bo foum
Inee the fire nt his new shop, on Highlit
street In llu; Alexander County Hank
building, where he will weleoino nil hi
customers, ami serve tltr-m In as nrtlsth. 11
manner ivi ever to-fore, with Ktnooth
shaves, fashionable hair cutting nml
thorough shampoos.
If otlre or emnanl.
C. Koch has removed hU Ixxit nml
shoe shop from the old Mnnil to his
new hrlck building (one block below
No. Wl Commercial avenue, between
Filth and Sixth streets, where he will
keep tbo lient home nindc und Kt. I.oul
custom' made boots nml shoe, innde or
the beet material ; food workmanship
nml In the Intent styles. All orders
promptly attended to. H-2.KI.
Notler.
Wo will pay no bills contracted by nny
employe of Tan Hum.kti.v, unless the
Mine Is made on a written order sljnied
by the president or secretary ofjhe com
pany, and we will accept no orders jclvcn
by an employe of the company, for any
purpose whatsoever.
CAIItO iiUt.LKTI.N COMIM.NY.
XovcmlH-T 10. 187. tf
Jlew S'oal OMre.
V. M. Ward has oiencd nconl ofllee on
south side of Kluhth trect,Xo-'H,bct ween
Commercial ami Washington avenues, In
Sargent's shoe (tore, lie will fell Har
rljburj; coal delivered In any part of the
city at $3 23 per single ton, or $3 per
ton In four-ton lota ; Dig .Muddy coal -at
$1 per dingle ton, or $7 GO for two torn,
all delivered. These ore rock bottom
prices, and mean cash and cash only.
1-23-1 m
for kaaua aud Colorado.
The Atchison, Topcka and Santa Ke
railroad from Kansas City and AtchUon
on the Mlsoun river, via Topekn, the
capltol ot Kansas, and the beautiful r
kantas valley to the Hocky Mountain.'.
The shortest route to I'uebelo th. Grand
Canon, Colorado Springs, Manltou,
l'lkcs Speak, and all places of note in the
mountain region?. The favorite route
to Denver aud all point" In Northern
Colorado. ThcbeH route to Southern
Colorado, New Mexico nml Arizona. The
only direct route to the famous S.m
iluau mines. The track and equipment
Is uncqualcd, trains run through from
the Missouri river, to the 1'ocky Moun
tain!!, making connections In Union de
pot and avoiding delays und trans
few. For lull descriptive circular
maps lime tables, etc., address
T. .1. A.NMKUSO.V,
tlen'l I'iiss. Agent, Topekn. Kan.
1-llMUw-ly.
For Sale.
A silver plated No. 0 Wilson .Shuttle
Sewing Machine, hard (piano) llnl-li,
valnei! at $85. Will be fold nt $20 dis
count, on good terms, and ordered direct
from the factory.
Colored and mounted Maps ot the
cityol Cairo at $2 00 each (hall price.)
A No. il Wilson Shuttle Sewing Ma
chine valued at $75. Will be mid u $15
discount, and ordered direct from the
factory.
A $00 Itemlngton Sewing Machine
$30 oil for cash. Suitable lor tailor or
boot and shoe-manufacturer.
a style "K," "dough, Wnrren &
Co,'" i'arlor Orgnu, right from thu fac
tory nt Detroit. 1.1st price, $m Will
be sold for $200.
1000 sheets of brlatul board Jut re
ceived at tho Uullktin olllce, and tor
rale to the trade.
MOUNTED MAPS
OF TUB
t'ltjr or Cairo,
colored nnd varnislied, for sale nt hall
price ($2.50) at the Uullktin olllce.
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 at the IJullktin
otllce.
For any of the above articles, apply n
he HuLLKTiN olllce. K. A. Huk.nktt
LYNCH & HOWLEY'S
Real Estate Column
FOH SAI.K.
I,ot2, block 0, city, on Ohio levee,
above Twelfth strret, outside tire limits.
Very cheap. Terms liberal.
FOR KENT.
Cottngo near Nineteenth nnd Poplar
sheets. $8 per mouth.
Good dwelling houso on Walnut, be
tween Twenty-second nnd Twenty-third
streets.
Store-room corner Twentieth nnd
Poplar streets.
Business houso on Levee, lately oc
cupied by Cunningham & StUwell.
Winter's Illock-sultablo for Hotel
Ofllces or Business rooms cheap.
Tenements ntm.bcred 1, 8 nnd 0, lu
Winter's How, 5 rooms each, for $10 per
month.
No. 10 (comer), $12 507 rooms.
Cottago on Sixth street, near Wash
ington avenue I rooms.
Storo room In "Pilot House," lately
occupied fcy A. Halley.
A small House west of Twenty
second strcet,ncnr Pine, $4 per month.
Dwelling house on Sixth street and
Jefferson avenue.
Orphan Asylum building amljprcml
bcs. Kent low, to a good tenmt,
Storo room, corner Twentieth nnd
Washington nvenuo, $12 a month.
Jtoonis In various porta ol tho city,
FOR LEASE OR BALE.
-Landi, la tracts to suit, pear Clrp.
tf.918
HATKM Or AIIVS.RrINI.KI.-.
. . ...
0"AII Mill fur advertising, are due and pay
able IN AbVANlS,
Transient advertising wilt I Iniertcd at Ui
rule of 1 10 pcrsquarr for the drat Insertion
and So wnU for each aiib.fqurnt out. A liberal
discount will bemad onaUndlng aud display
advcrtlaemenls.
ror Inserting Funeral notice I (. Notice ot
meeting ofaocletles ot secret ordera to ceuta for
cli Insert on.
Church, Hoclely, fcitlrat und Miiiwr notices
will onljf be insetted as ailrertUemtiib)
No advertlsenirnt will l received at lens than
to rents, arid no adrertlrrinetit will I Inserted
fur lens tlinn time dollars iier month
Locftl Bualneaa Motlcca, of
ten line or moro, inaerteu
in the Buueiin aa roiiowa :
Commence Counting at ten Llnea,
One Inanetlon tier Una ft Cent,
Two Inaertiona per line 7 Conta.
Three Insertions per line 10 Oenta.
Sis inaertiona oer line .15 Oenta.
Two week per una no uonu
One month ner line !I5 Centa,
No Rod notion will be made in above
Frlcea.
CITY NEWS.
SATl'KDAY, FKIIHl'AltV 10, 1870.
luteal Weather JRepori.
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.IA.MKH WAJSON.
Perceant. Slxnal Herrlce, IT. H. A.
LOCAL SIPE WATER.
Titv Thkm! Tnv TiiKMl-Hall dime,
halt dime cigar, Havana tiller, at
2-S-tf CowTUtw.uTK A' liin.i.ir.s
Rooms to Hkxt. Four rooms, and n
neat cottage on Thltd Street, free from
slpe water, and in good condition. Kn-
julre of Win. Mcllale, at the Delta
House. 2-15-tf.
Notick. All pernons holding chances
In the rnllle for relrlgerator and "shell"
will meetnt Stone Depot nt7:30 p.ln.,
the 10th lust. II.
2-18-2t
A. Hali.kv. A Jflnelot of !table and
pocket cutlery, nlso spades, shovels
hoes, rakes, foks axes und a general line
of hardware Just received by A. Halley,
115 Commercial avenue. 2-lS-3m.
Skkii I'otatobs. 25 barrels choice
New York Karly Roe seed potatoes for
ale cheap at- John Clancy's corner
Twelfth street and Commercial avenue.
3t.
Thk Ohio. At live o'clock last night
the Ohio rlyer marked 10 feet. 2 Inches,
on the gauge, Inuicallng a ric or 3
Inches In thu past 21 hours. The total
ri-c so far has been 5 Inches.
Jut Hkckivkh. A. Halley h:i just
received n line lot of canary and mock
ing bird cages flower stands, (lower
trainers, baskets, archer, hearts nnd
wreathes, which he has marked very low,
nt 115 Commereiul fivenuc. 2-lS-3m.
Somktiiixo Nr.w. The lightning, re
ciprocating, tin churn nnd egg beater,
thu latct nnd thu best ever made, nt A.
Ilalley's, who is now selling hli large
stock ot stoves, tin nnd lirittnnn waru nt
greatly reduced price.. Give hint a eal1
Ix'loro you purchase, 115 Commercial av
enue. 2-Iv3tn.
To Paiiaih:. The Knights ol the Mys
tic Krew will, on thu 2Jtli inst., have n
grand street paradu in the forenoon In
which all societies in thu city are Invited
to participate. In thu evening a torch-
iglit procession by the Krew alone,
winding up with n ball at Kluge's hall,
arc tiio principal leatures on tne pro
gramme for the day.
Dit. P.ii!Kr.it l.KCTUiiK. The next
lecture to be delivered under the auspices
ol the Ladles' Library Association will
take place at the Presbyterian church
next Tuesday evening, tiie 22d Inst., by
Dr.O. G. Parker. Subject "Opinion."
We hope ho will have n full hou-e.
Good miHlc by good ladies who will be
In attendance.
Suiirmsu Pahtv. On Tuesday evening
n party of fourteen or fifteen couples con
gregated nt the rootnsof the Taylor Lit
erary Club, from whence they proceeded
to the rooms ol Mr. Walter Hyslop over
thu City National bank, und finding
Mr. II. In, gave him n pleasant surprise.
The party took possession ol the apart
ments, and for a lew hours enjoyed them
selves very pleasantly.
K.uuio.U) I nuts For tho last week n
large force of men hnvoT)een "kept con
stantly nt work repairing the Cairo nnd
St. Louis railroad track, but verv
httlu headway seems to bo made.
Notwithstanding this fact trains nre run
ning regularly, nnd the road is doing n
comparatively good business.
Tho track of the Cairo and Vin
cenncs railroad between Twentieth nud
Thirty-fourth streets, Is being raised nnd
balnstcd with stone brought from the
stony regions of Johnson county. This
road, under tho present management, Is
undergoing constant improvement, and
tho busi.icss transactions rapidly Increas
ing. nitiEK Itkms About fitly teams,
wagons and scrapers, were nt work yes
terday on tho new loveo abovo the grave
yard ridge. '1 liu earth is in good con
dition nnd tho work progresses favor
ably.
John White, proprietor of a lunch
house on Ohio levee, near Sixth street,
left the city n few days ago, and on
Thursday night his wife and children
followed him. Yesterday morning Con
stable Hognn took possession of the
goods In thu grocery to satisfy execu
tions lor White's debts, Among other
goods in the houso wns threo barrels of
whisky.
Mayor Winter said ho would open
tho sowers on Inst Wednesday morning,
but ho didn't. Uut tho mayor Is not to
ulamc. Tho river "went back on him.'
Hf.au This. Dan Hnrtman Is seUly
off'at cost. This Is no dodge to Induce
people lo buy, but Mr. Ilartmau means
what ho says, lie desires to go out of
the dry goods trade and will quit that
branch of his business as soouuslila pres
ent stock can bo disposed of. In this
connection It may lie well to slate that
his stock Is not old or shelf worn, but on
the contrary Is fresh nud seasonable, and
ol the latest styles, consisting of such
goods as are usually to be found In n
first-class dry goods store. HM stock ol
notions nud gent's furnishing goods Is
also large nndHelect, nnd will be sold for
one-third less than the same can be pur
chafed elsewhere. All Mr. Ilnrtinan
nsks Is nn examination of his goods and
prices to convince every onu that ho
menus Jiirt what he says. Call nnd fee
mm. 2-11-lf
Lutikus. Tho following U a list of
letters remaining uncalled for in thu
postolllce nt Cairo, Illinois ti Saturday,
February 19th, 187C:
Ladles Anderson, Vlney, 2 ; llokes,
Mrs. J. C. 5 llowman, Ll..le; Hinh,
Minnie; Cummings, M. E. ; Gllmore,
Miss Nina; Gray, Maud ; Jenkins, m
A. 5; Lally, Mary, Martin, Marllsa
Morgan, Alice; No well, Lizzie; Putney i
Jane; Thompson, Mattie; Thompson,
Ida; Williams, Cclia; Woods, Mrs.
George.
Gents. Austin, W. S.; Allcnder, J.
I).; Augusta, Maurice; Hrown, S. F.;
Illakc, O. C; llradley, O. D.; Conn, C.
G.; Chnppelb Cha.; Ciirrau, Frank;
Cunningham, J. C; Collins, Thos;
Courvctte, T. II. ; Caey, Win.; Dcvls
John; Denin, M. II. Dcaring-
tou, W. S.; Fegusou. Harm ;
Feldrcss, Carnel; Holmes, Win.;
Harvey, Leonard ; Jnckson, James il. ;
Kehne, Fred ; Klrsh, P. P., 5; Klnncar,
Llllio; Loodace, Howard; Levi, Joseph!
Mattlson, Geo.; Mcintosh, O. W., 2;
Mettle, Henry; Nafzlnger, Daniel; Oli
ver, R. E. ; O'Donnall, John ; Pflrlmer,
D. M. ; Page, James ; Ros, M. C. ;
Ransclbury, John; Russell, J. 1. ;
Roncr. Geo. : Sumner. W. B. : Stann. W.
A. ; Shank, Samuel C. ; hliadrlck, Gco.N
F. ; .Smith, Thomas Swann ; Sunson,
James ; Sulivan, E. P. ; Tivmey, M. ;
Wadams, Wm.; Waddefleld, . S. ;
Wallace, P. C. ; West, Mo.es ; Wagner,
J. H. : Williams Charles; Wuggener,
Corn.
GEO. W. M'KEAIG. P. M.
The Chimixai, Rkcouii. Curley Mc-
Cuen, a well-known Memphis detective,
was in the city yesterday. He came
down from St. Louis with one Alex.
Estls, colored, who, in company with
one Mitch Conway, also colored, robbed
a jewelry store lu Memphis In January
last. Conway was arrested here a few
days ago by Deputy Sherlfl Shechati, nud
was turned over to McCucn, who left last
evening with his prisoners for Memphis.
John F. Wyche, n Kentucky school
teacher, arrived in Cairo on Thursday
morning, and in the course of ids ram
bles about the city fell In with Martin
Altham and Jack McGowen. Tho two
latter are confidence men, aud soon beat
Wyche out of a small sum of money on
the played-out lock trick. Sherlfl Irvin
and Deputy Shcehan, hearing of the swin
dle, got a description of tho sharpers and
soon after arretted them. Wyche went
home ft poorer, but It i to be hoped,
a wiser man.
Slicriir Irvin left lor Jollet by the af-
tcruoou train on tho Illinois Central rail
road yesterday, taking all the prisoners
convicted at the late term of thu circuit
court. They were ten iu number, four
black nud six white. Rig Jep Craln and
Dr. Hasu.iU were chained together; nnd
Uluck Hill Craln nud John Sullivan made
another pair. Dr. Ilacall seemed to bu
In good spirits, nnd under other clreuin-
Unices one would have supposed he was
going off on a visit.
Newton Went, who was nrrestsd a
few-days ngo in St. Louis by Shertll Ir
win on n charge ol stealing a gold chain
aud locket, nud $9 lu money from Sarah
Straus, was before Judge Ilross yester
day for a hearing. That est was
guilty of the theft there can scarcely be a
doubt ; but when the woman from who
he stole the goods was put on the stand,
it was evident that she did not want to
swear against htm, and according
to her testimony thu chain wus
not worth anything, nnd she
couldn't swear that West stole the
SO, of course, if the chilli wasn't worth
anything and she could not tell who took
the money, thero wns no caso against
West, and ho was discharged. After West
was discharged Mrs. Straus claimed her
chain, but Deputy Shcrlfl'Sheehan would
not glvo it up, nud demanded the cost of
going to St. Louis after West, telegraph
fees, etc., to the amount ot twenty dol
lars. Shu did not have the money, but
the olllcer told her he would keep the
chain till shu could raise it, and put it In
his pocket. Served her right.
"A Nick Mkss." From the followlnir
our people can judge of tho prospect ot
an appropriation being obtained from
congress to improve navigation and pro
tect the banks of tho Mississippi from
erosion. Tho first extract is from a let
ter from Washington to tho Chicago
Tribune. If It Is a correct stutciveut of
the engineer's report, then the report
is calculated to do this city more
injury than any other influence ever set
lu motion not excepting thu present
city government. Does anybody Relieve
that congress will appropriate u single
cent with such a report bel'oro It ? Wo
shall not be astonished to see a resolu
tion introduced lu tho Interest of St.
Louis, for the construction of n ship canal
from tho Mlsslsslnnl to the Ohio along
that U.500 feet in fact we shall not bu
astonished at anything our enemies cau
(io. nut read tuts extract :
O.UKO.'S OlIKlVAXC'i:.
"Tho secretary of war has sent to thu
houso a report from thu engineer corps
upon thu threatened destruction of Cairo,
111., from the washing nway ol tho
river banks. Tho report says 'that tho
ranld erosion ot tho Illinois shoro has
caused great alarm to the citizens of
uairo, wno tear Hint tue Mississippi may
continue to work Its way to tho banks
nf tlm Dlilit. nml leave the cltv nil
Island, both sides ot which will be
exposed to the action of tho current. Tho
distance between tho tvyo rivers In 18tU
was 4, MS. loot, tiio nrcsciit a (stance is
3.600 feet. An Immediate nDnronrlatlon
ol $11)5,000 Is asked to prevent the caving
of the banks, of which $200,000 is wauled
lor ibis year, tiio csumaieii total cost
of tills Improvement Is $1,000,000."
The abovo was In the Tribune ol Wed
nesday. Now read the following edito
rial from thu Tribune of yeMerdny, aud
tell us what effect It Is calculated to pro
duce on our city. Just such falsehoods,
misrepresentations and sneers ns these,
prompted, we believe, by designing men,
have been the bane of our city for years.
Head this:
"The City ol Cairo, which Is prob
ably .nsseed on a valuation of
ess than $1,000,000, modestly asks
a government bounty of $,000.
000 to protect it from the
danger It apprehends of becoming nn
Island ! The Inference from the character
or the demand is that, il the United
Stales refine to come to the rescue, Cairo
will quietly await its ultimate destruc
tion without doing any thing to save Itself .
It will occur to a good many persons
that nelt vol no mure enterprise, enercv
or Internal resources than this would
indicate, Is scarcely worth $1,000,000,
To others It will occur that Hie trovern.
incut might about ns well undertake to
rebuild the city ol uniro on n new site
The nbovc Is from thu Cairo .S'n of last
evening. The remarks ol our neighbor
arc, to say thu least, ill advled and In
bad tastcjiHt nt this time; and calculated
to do the city even more Injury In her ef
forts to secure nn appropriation for the
Improvement of the Mississippi hi this
locality, thau both the dispatch nnd ed
itorial quoted from the Chicago Tribune.
Wo could expect nothing else
from tho Tribune; but wo people
of Cnlro, nnd csiHiclally the newspapers,
should be the last hi the world to glvu
utterance, cither by word or deed, to
anything that could possibly lead to n mis
construction concerning this matter. We
are sure our neighbor's intentions In this
Instance were good, but ho seems to have
got on the blind side of the subject and
unlntcntlally throws cold water on the
whole project.
Since reading tiic Sun we have gone
to some trouble to a-ccrtaln just what
the reports referred to lu the article
nbovc quoted contain, nnd that our
readers may understand tho subject as It
is, and to correct nny wrong impression
that may have been created abroad by
reason of these publications, we give
the result of what wo have been able to
learn :
General Simpson, who m charge ot
the Mississippi river Improvements be
tween the mouth of the Illinois river and
the mouth of thu Ohio river, a distance
of nearly, or perhaps over, three hun
dred miles, estimates the total cost of
the proposed permanent Improvment iu
his district, nt $4,000,000. Rut congress
is not asked, neither is it dc-
Mreu mat u suouid appro
priate this sum for present
use. The sum asked for this year for
this general Improvement Is $1,000'-
000. Of the $1,000,000 it is proposed to
expend $495,000 iu the improvement of
the river between Dickey's Island and
the mouth of the Ohio river, but of this
$135,000 only $200,000 Is asked for this
year. This Is General Simpson's gener
al report ; hat In n special report made
by him he encourages aud recom
mends the appropriation of $300,000
for immediate use for the improve
ment of the river between Dickey's
Island nud the mouth of the Ohio. This
Is the whole matter. The Tribune docs
not state thu matter fairly. Omitting
the all Important fact that Gen. Simpson
lias a district of three hundred miles
under charge, It endeavors to create the
impression that the entire $1,000,000 is
to be expended at Cairo; and the Sun evi
dently believes that some one has act
ually madu such n report, and sees in it
nothing but defeat in obtaining the com
paratively small, sum which lias been .ap
plied tor.
Monitor Ntui'i-.
Probably the largest manufacturers of
stoves In the country nre Wm. Roser A
Co., Cincinnati, Ohio. They nre the In
ventors aud makers of thu famous cook
ing stove known everywhere as tho Mon
itor (a coal burning stove), of which over
50,000 have been sold. It is hilly en
titled to its reputation. It is clean, draws
well, combines every possible Improve
ment, and as a cooking stove stands uu-
rlvled for cleanliness, perfection in cook
ing, baking, roasting, broiling and boil
ing, aud we must cordially recommend
it to all who want a first-class cooking
stove.
This Arm also make all kinds of parlor
and sitting-room stoves, and olllce aud
church heating stoves, nil made In thu
most substantial nnd serviceable man
ner.
They maku a kitchen stove (wood
burning) that stands nt thu head of nil
wood-burning stoves for kitchen use.
Tho great reputntlon of theso princely
stove makers Is n guarantee of their stoves
being nil they claim.
lllddlo A lloyd.
The Jobbing Trade of Chicago now
takes IU place In the front rank, lllddlo
& Royd, wholesale dealers iu Woolens
and Tailor's Trimmings, havo steadily
kept pace witli tho rapid growth of
trade nnd progress of this city. Their
clegnnt store, Nos. 33 nud 40 Mndison St.
is proof of this fact, being filled this sea
son with choice medium nnd low price
goods, suitable for merchant tailors,
nud every merchant that is buyer of
cloths, cas.imers ami trimmings,' cau
find what ho needs nt lllddlo & Boyd's,
nt tho low est market rates. Chickao Tri
bune. Local Clili-Uliiil.
Lessons given In Penmanship, line
Penmanship, Steamboat Rook-kccplng,
Card writing, Posting up accounts,
Copying, etc., at thu rooms of C. J,
Howe, Nos. 15 and 10, Winter's Rloek,
corner Seventh street and Commercial
avenue. Ladies class every afternoon
from 4 to 5 o'clock, and Saturdays - from
2 to 4 o'clock. l-2!Mm.
-'.Ml 1 Con! 1
I wish to Inform tho citizens of Cairo
tlutt I keep ou hand a hirgu supply of
coui orillilcrcnt hums, wuieit i win sen
as follows, delivered, lu any part of the
city t $2 60 to $4 per ton, cash, and full
weight guaruntecu, Jamus mos?,
2-l-,w
RIVER NEWS.
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Sergeant, Signal Hervlce. V. H. A .
Port I.Ut.
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Steamer Jim FIsk, Padueali.
" James Howard, New Orleans.
" Robert Mitchell, New Orleans.
" II. S. Turner, New Orleans.
" Sam Hrown, St. Louis.
" t P.Schenck, Cincinnati.
" City of Alton, St. Louis.
IlKI'AItTKll.
Steamer Jim FIsk, Paducah.
" James Howard, St. Louis.
" City of Alton, New Orleans.
" Sam Rrown, St. Louis.
" l.T. P. Schenck, New Orleans.
" II. S.Turner, Cincinnati.
" Robert Mitchell, Cincinnati.
ltivr.n, wKATHKit Axn iiusiNi:si.
There was 40 1-5 feet on the gauge
last evening. The rise from the night
previous was .'I Inches.
The weather Is elenr nud p!caanr,
but cool.
Business Is moderately iietlve,
UKM'.ltAL ITf.Ms,
The James Howard went up with n
fair trip.
-Mr. Chit llradley, of Halllday & Phil
lips' wharf-boat, will return from Ev
ansvillc this morning.
Col. I. N. Schooumaker, son-in-law
of Samuel Rrown, tho Pittsburg coal
king, wns In the city yesterday.
The City of Chester will pass up
from Memphis early this morning for St.
Louis.
The James D. Parker is due up Iroin
Memphis tor Cincinnati early tills morn
ing.
-ThcCharles Morgan and Tom.
Sherlock leave Cincinnati to-day for the
great carnival nt New Orleans.
The water Is over the batiks In low-
places all tho way lrom this port to the
gun.
The James Fisk came In and left ou
time yesterday. She leaves for Paducah
again at 5 o'clock this evening.
Tho tow boat, Sam Rrown, arrived
in port early yesterday morning, having
made the run from St. Louis here in 11
aud a half hours.
William Campbell of this city, stew-
nrd of the towboat Blue Lodge, died at
ura.oo City a few days ngo.
Tho U. P. Schenck, from Cincinnati,
arrived early yesterday morning with n
goon trip, fciie added 140 tons hero nnd
left at one o'clock yesterday ntternoon.
The II. S. Turner arrived yesterday
afternoon with n moderately fair trip of
freight, nnd towing a barge of mahogony
logs. She put off 50 bbls nnd 20 half bbls
of molasses here, and went her wny.
Tho Jim Flk brought 20 hliJs to
bacco, 10 of which she put off at the
Cairo and VIncennes Railroad company's
wharf-boat, and ten nt Halllday & Phil
lip's boat, for New Orleans.
Captain Joseph McDonald, of the
Sam Brown, left that boat here yester
day afternoon, nnd takes his departure
for VIckshitrg. Her new commander's
name Is Captain Cocher, who arrived
from St. Louis by rail yesterday even
ing. Thu mammoth City of Alton, Cap
tain Blxby, Clerks, Mason and ,
arrived at 8 o'clock yesterday morning
with 1,000 tons ol freight nnd a fair pas
senger list for New Orleans. She- ndded
215 tons here, nnd left last evening, tint
iu the water.
While on board the Jim FIsk as n
passenger from this city to PaJncah on
Thursday, a lady named Mrs. Collins
became the mother of n little Collins,
whom tho fond parent docs not Intend
naming Tom, but .Matt Williams Clifford
Arnattt Jim Fisk Collins, lu honor of the
Captain, Cllll thu clerk nud tho
steamer.
-Tho Robert Mitchell arrived from
New Orlenns nt :i o'clock yesterday after
noon, with a light trip of freight, hut
full ol passengers. She ran alongside
the big City of Alton, took ou a couple
ol passengers nnd lit out up tho river
nhendof the II. S. Turner nud her Wild
Irish Orphan Roy, who followed lu about
ten minutes.
The Memphis Avalanche says : "The
City of Quluty, Capt. Win. Ilurke, lost
near Hardin's Point, 20 miles abovo Hel
ena, last Sunday night, was built at Mad
ison, Ind., iu October, 180. she was
275 feet long, 17 feet beam and 7 feet
hold, with a capacity lor full 1,200 tons.
The Qulncy was sunk nud nftervvnrds
raised near Island OS, 50 miles or so
abovo Vicksburg, a year or two since,
but slio lias been a good boat, carrying
full cargoes ou every voyage, and on one
of her trips she ascended the Mississippi
to St. Paul. Thu cargo ot thu (.uluey nt
tho time of her loss will hardly exceed
iu vnluu $10,000. A part of It embraced
200 hhds ot Cuba mclado or raw ivllulug
sugar, worth, say 4c per pound, or $15,
000 nnd consigned to Belcher ut St,
Louis ; there were also some 1)00 hhds ot
Louisiana sugar and a few thousand dol
lars' worth of sundries. The Globo In
surancu Company, of Chicago, had $2000
risk on tho City of Qulncy, and $10,000
was held by Cinrln'ual! ofilccs.
All t'lironlc Itlariiaca Cured
iiy on. iiui.iz.
Hu Is located In Cairo, Illinois, nud is
still calling on yon to bo healed. Why
will you die ol old chronic diseases, when
you can bo cured with so llttlo cost or
money, Do not glvo It up yet, for there
Is still a balm In Ulleard. Cairo Is tho
place to come to bo cured of nil your
aches aud nnlns.
I am now prepared at my oittce to give
medicated baths, and persops wishing to
receive such, will call at my ofllee ou
Eighth street, No. 22, from the hone. i
2 p.m. till tf p.m. Also plan, baths, hot
baths, warm baths, cold baths.or vapor
baths. Also persons having the con
sumption or weak lungs, and wishing to
receive medicines by Inhalation, can re
ceive the treatment nt my ofllco, this be
ing the only true way of gcttlnir medi
cine direct to the lungs. Also I treat dis
eases or the eyes of years staudlng, and
the-bllnd has Wn made to see bv my
treatment. All diseases of the skin I
cure. Fistula cured by me without the
useol the knife. If you have a cancer
come and be cured. All privnto diseases,
In the shortest time, cured by me. In
short, for all chronic diseases of the hu
man syslem, go to Dr. Unit. If you wish
to lie cured. I compound and prepare all
my medicines nt my ofllcc. It Is said
that practice makes perfect, I have been
thirty year ti practicing physician.
All letters nnd communlcntlons shall
be confidential nnd promptly attended to
by me. Direct, Dr. Hi-ltz,
No. 22 Eighth street, Cnlro. Illinois.
l-lti.dlm
Tltlrn.
Nntleo Is luioby Klfen that the tax books
for the year 1S75, have been placed in my
hand, and that I will bo at the following
places lu Alcxndcr county, on the day be
low ict forth for the purpose of collecting
mid taxes viz:
In Clear Creek prc.-lnct, at the storo of
h. Cullcy A Co,, Clear Creek Landing,
March 7th, 1870.
In Thcbe precinct, at the storo of C. A.
Marehlldon, TIioUc .March Stb, 1870.
In Santa Fc precinct, at the store of W.
Ireland, Santa Fe, JIarch (1, 1870.
In Gooc Island proclnct, at the storo o
O. Orocnley, (loo-tc Island, March 10, 1870.
In D.)g Tooth precinct, at the house of
N. Ilunsckcr, Kmi., March 11, 1870.
lu Ilazlcwood precinct, nt tho office ol
Sam llrlley i::co, March II, 1870.
In Unity precinct, at the -tore of W. M.
Athctton, Unity, March 15, 1870.
In South Calio. nt tliooflh-o nf.Inlm n
Uarmau, Cairo, March Kith, 1870.
In North Cnlro nrcclnct. nt tho
houae, Cairo, March 17th, 1870.
I no collector hereby calls (ho t-jivclal at
tention ol tux payers to Section 1,17, ot the
uinptcr upon revenue, rovlcd ttatutea,
In which he U reuulrcd to make distraint
upon tho personal properly of all tax pay
ers iu default for personal taxci, after
JIarch Ifllh. This provision of law will bo
vlgorouily enforced. Those Interested wll
therefore bear the tact in mind and lave
costs.
Bring your last years tax receipts and do
not t nut to the tax books fordhcrlntlon of
your land. ALK.V. Jl. IRVIN.
unmet Collector.
Cairo, 111., February 9th, 1870.
Attention t Dealers.
Wu have four dozen Imitation Kbony
Spragne Can-Openers, taken for adver
tising, which we will sell at two dollars
per dozen. Inquire at Bulletin ofllco.
4 Via.
For
Fifty cents, at Winter's Gallery.
12.23-tf
StJo.Medioal
INSTITUTE.
2" SiUMe. hi Bifiiga from (ucknj,
fTMIK onlv nluce where a mire rut rmn . v.
Xlleiliiiun. Little lareiiuirol lu the wny ot
ailvertialnv, as the reputation of the Institution
is eii mown uiroiiKiiuui the weal. Call anil
lie convinced that this li fl.e Unreal n.l
complete Institution of the klnilln America for
nr.uiim.iui irraimeni or an ctiromc Sexual,
1'rivatennJ Veuerenl Diaeaneaorbolh aexni.aiich
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it instruction, und apply at HI, .Joseph Medical
Institute lor truitnu'iil, aud become once mure a
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