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C11IBO KNUAUI'MKNT, I. O. C). F., inrHs
V.o Odd-fellow.' Hall on lb- IrilJUii ttilril
iiwxlat Id every uuntto, at bair-ul mti'H.
JllO, II tlUKMAH, U.Jl
m. (JAIKOI,OI)OK. No.rn.A.K. AA.M.
llolil regular communication In Ma
JJt sonic IUII, comer L'oiunwrclal avenue
' 'ami KlKhlh atrm, on Im- at-coml ami
nnrui Monnav or earn inonin.
KHY WEI'f OIOABB throo for
26oenta, at F. Toichmon's, 102
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CAIRO TURNER SOCIETY
irb, a, IN70.
COMA? O.VA? COMi: ALL.
A goodwill liiuny time Is anticipated
Different feMurcn and rhnrat-ters will be
brought In during 1 1 evening liy llio
entire force of lite '1 timers.
John Koehlcr, William. Under,
GUI Uudcr. J. Kill'.
F.M.Stockfleth, Clew. Under.
Admission Gent $1, Ladies W)o.
No Improper character admitted.
Ity order ol Committc on Arrange
ment.' MM til.
We will sell 1,000 to ft.OOO tons beet
Ice, delivered on cars at Chicago.
Delivered months or April anil May.
JOHNSON & Uakkkii.
N'o.ao-J, Water street Chicago.
far liaaiuM nil Calornilo.
The Atchison, Toieka and Santa Fe
railroad from Kansas City and Atchison
on the Missouri river, via Topeka, tl.c
capitol ol Kansas, and thu beautiful r
kansas valley to the ltocky Mountain;.
The shortest riute to 1'uebelo lb Grand
Canon, Colorado Spring. Manltou,
l'lkvi Speak, and all places of note In the
mountain regions. The fasorile route
to Denver and all polutH In Northern
Colorado. The best route to Southern
Colorado, N'ew Mexico nud Arizona. The
only direct route toietlic famous Sail
tuan mines. '11 ic track and equipment
la uncqualed, trains run through from
the MlKurl river, to the Kooky Moun
tains, making connections in Union d
poU and avoiding delays and (runs.
fen. Kor lull descriptive circulars
maps time tables, etc., address
T. J. A.NDLItSON,
Gou'l l'ass. Agent, Topoka. Kan.
A silver plated No. tl Wilson Shuttle
Sewing Machine, hard (piano) linl-li,
valued at $65. Will he Mld at J0dl"
rouut, on good terms, and ordered direct
I ruin tlni factory.
Colored and mounted Map ot the
c liy of Cairo at $2 00 each (hall price.)
A No.il Wilson Shuttle Sewing Ma
chine valued Ht $7". Will Im m4i1 at $l.ri
dUexmnt, and ordenil direct frolu the
- A $'J0 ItemliiKlou Snvli:' Mai-hlne
$30 oft fur ra'li. Suitable lor tailor or
hoot and kIiop manufacturer.
A style "K," "CIoiirIi, Warren A
Co," l'arlor Organ, right Irom the lac
lory at Detroit. I.l.-t price, Will
I sold for $Jfl.
1000 sheets of br!tol ttoard just re
ceived at the Uiu.i.KTiN olllcc, and lor
aale to the trade.
Cily or 4'nlrj,
colored and varnished, for sale at hall
price ($2.50) at the Hui.i.kii.nj oltlce.
20,000 note heads, I,IKX) envelopes,
J0,0o0 letter heads, 10 rcamx statements,
JO ream hill hcads-CarlMc paper JuM
received and for sale at the Hiii.lktin
For any of the above articles, apply a
he Hutl.KTlN olllce. K. A. Hhunkh
LYNCH & HOWLEY'S
Real Estate Goluinn
Lot '2, block 0, city, on Ohio levee,
above Twelfth strict, outside lire limits.
Verv cheap. Terms liberal.
Cottage near Nineteenth and I'oplar
Meets. $a ikt nioutii.
Uowl dwelling house on Walnut, lic-
tweeu Twenty-second and Twenty-third
streets. , ,
Store-room comer Twentieth and
Business hotiso on Levee, lately oc
cupied by Cunningham & Stllwell.
Winter's lllock- suitable for Hotel
Offices or ltuslncsa rooms cheap.
Tenements numbered 4, 8 and 0, In
Winter's How, 0 rooms each, for $10 kt
No. 10 (corner), $12 CO 7 rooms.
Cottage on Sixth street, near Wash
Ington avenue 1 rooms.
Store room In "Pilot House," lately
uccunled kv A. llallvv.
A shmUv House west of Twenty
second streot,ncnr l'lnc, $4 tier month.
Dwelling house on Sixth street nud
Orphan Asylum building amljpreinl-
sc. Kent low, to a good tciuut.
Store room, corner Twentieth nud
Washington avenue, $13 a month.
Hooms In various jwrU ol the city,
FOR LEASE Oil SALE.
-Unds, In tracts to suit, near Cairo.
RATKS OV AtVKl'lNINU.
UfAll Mill fur hf rtUimc, nri; ilur nml iy
(lllcIN auvani .
Tnumlrnt mttrttlaiiiK Will ! inifrtnl nl llio
ratr of II 10 r piiiair fur Hie II rat lum-rlloii
ml .VlrrnU for wli nilriuriil on. A lllwrul
Ilicoiint will Ih-inailp on ulaiiillng ami illiUjr
Kor InwrtlriK Kunrral tmllcr Hi, Notlrrnf
t liiK of tnclttirn or ntcrrt onlrri ' reuli for
inrli InM rtloii,
t'liurih, Morlrty, Kllrl ami fnpr notixi
will oily Iwluwrlnl a ulvrtiM iuthti
No mhrrliMiiirnt will br molinl at Ici.i than
Mwntn.itmlnuailvi-rtltttiirhluill l- lnil"l
for Im.illmii tlmr ilollnra la-rtiiuiiUi.
Local Bualnnaa Notice, of
ttn lines or more, inaerteu
In the Bulletin us follows i
Coinmer.ce Counting- at ten Lluea.
One insertion per Una A Cents.
Two Insertions per line 7 Ceuts.
Three insertions per line.. 10 Cents.
Six Insertions per 11ns lb Cents.
Two wooke per line !i6 Ceuts.
On month per line ......US Cents.
No Roductlon will be mado In sbovo
WKDNKSDAY. KKHItrAHV '.'a, 1S70.
KEV WEST CIO ABB tbroo for
25 centn, at F. Teichman's, 102
Commercial avenuo. 'J-'JO-lm
LOCAL SIPE WATER.
Foil Sai.k. A llnersu and huggy. ho
Kiiqulre ol A. D. Mathus at 01 Ohio
Levee, upstairs. a-23-.t
Siiokh. Just received a full assort
ment of West Brothers' line klioei lor
children. O. II a vinous & Co.
Ditv tiooiis. Buy your Dry OimxIs,
Boots and Shoes at the New York
store. S-'W 5t.
OitAXdKi. Just received at K. A.
Wbceloek & Co.'.s a lot of line, tre.h
NoncK. We have on hand a large lot
of Stubby Jt Co's line custom shoes at
cost. '2 iKWt O. IlAVTiioitx A t'o.
Thy Thkm! Tuv Thkm! Hall dime,
halt dime cigar, Havana tiller, nt
'2-S-lf CowrKitWAiTK v rnii.i.ies.
Buy Thkm. Buy your line shoes of O.
Haythom ACo's. Wc acknowledge no
eointielitlon. O. Haytiiohn & Co.
Foil Kk.nt. The store room now oc
cupied by Fambakcr & Son, on Ohio
levee, will be tor rent ou the first of
March. Apply to Hobert Smith, Ohio
Notick. Mr. F. Tclchman dolres to
notify his friends and the public genera
ally, that he has removed his tobacco and
cigar store from Eighth street to 102
Commercial aunuc. 2-20-1 in
KooMtf n Hknt. Four rooms, and a
neat cottage ou Third Street, free from
slpe water, and In good condition. En-
pilre of Wm. Mcllalc, at tlie Helta
1'oT.noK.s. New York Early lto-e
seed potatoes tor sale at New York store.
We garrautee our feed potatoes to be
i-traight, and brought from the East.
A. II.u.u:v. A lliuelot of ;t:ible and
pocket cutlery, nUo spades, shovels,
iocs, rakes, loks, axes and a general line
uf hardware Jut received by A. Ilalley,
11. " Commercial avenue. 2-lS-:im.
Si:ki I'omoK". 25 barrels choice
New York Early Koe seed potatoes for
ah cheap at John Clancy's, corner
rwelrtli .lrcvt and Commercial avenue.
!' i MK Faiiukiis. Fioh garden and
Held seeds at the New York store ; alo
seed oats, onion top, etc. Just lu u large,
it nl plows and plow harness, for sale
low. C. t). 1'aiiku a t
Skkk l'tirAiuts! Caiiiiacii:! It. J.
Cundlll' has Just received one car load ol
Northern Early ltoe, Knsss-tt and Peer
less seed potatoes ; alo a car load of
Northern cabbage, all of which Is lor
sale at his store, not Hi side of Eighth
JtwT Kkckivkii. A. Ilalley ha" Just
i reel veil a line lot of canary and mock
ing bird cages, Dower stands, Dower
trainers, baskets, archer, hearts and
wreathes, which he has marked very low,
at 113 Commercial avenue. 2-18-3m.
FfXK.iui. Notion. The frleiuls and
ncoualntance of II. C. and M. A. l.ollln
are rciiueted to attend the funeral of
their lltllu sou Henry, Irom their resl
dence, II, Seventh street, at hall-pat 2
Caiuo, III., Feb., 23, 1807.
SoJiKTiiiNn Nkw. Tho llghtnng, re
ciprocating, tin churn and egg beater,
the latest and the best ever made, nt A.
Hallcy's, who is now selling hU largo
stock ol stoves, tin and brlttaim ware at
ureatlv reduced nrlcej. (Jive him u call
bcloro you purchase, llu Commercial av
Ukah Tins. From the New York
atom Commercial Advertl.er: Matches.
4 boxes 25 cents : starch, 4 pounds 2."
cents ; soda, I pounds 25 cents ; soap, 0
bars 23 cents ; lye, 2 boxes 2.i cents;
rice, II pounds 23 cents. A few priced of
goods sold at the New x ork storo at re
1kvmaxjiiii'. Lessons given lu Pen
manshlp, Due Penmanship, Steamboat
and Book-keen nu. lu all Its forms.
Card writing, Posting up accounts,
Copying, etc., at the rooms ot 0. J,
llnwe. Nos.lQ and 10. Winter's lllock,
corner Seventh street ami Commercial
Ladles class every afternoon
from 4 to 5 o'clock, and Saturdays from
2 to 4 o'clock. 1-20 im
i i.vimi ! Litvch 1 ! Lunch J 1 1 At
Fred Ilofholnz. Tho proprietor of Our
Saloon will spread a grand lunch from 0
toll o'clock every nlghtCTho blllM fare
li rosM beef, mutton, eal, tutkey, soi
tongue, sour rabbit, pigs Let and No. I
oyster soup ; ami eveiy Sunday moining
u No. 1 lunch at ID o'clock, and u big
glat of Cincinnati beer; ull this for
ceuts. Come one, come all.
2-20-lit I'kki Houikin,
Fok Maiihi Oiias. Thes(eamcr Chas,
Morgan. Irom Cincinnati to New Orleans'
arrived nt this port yesterday morning,
She had one hundred and fifty passon
gcrs from Cincinnati, all bound for New
Orleans to attend Mardl (Jras.
Wast ioSki-ii.k I'r. Having sold
out our business in t airo, we ih all in
debted to us to call at our old place ol
bulness, C4 Ohio Levee, and settle at
once. All who have claims agahxt us
will please present Hit in for settlement,
as we wMi loclo-c upour business Imme
diately. Matiius & Cut..
Skk Koch. C. Koch, nt his shop and
store room, No. 'JO Commercial avenue,
has for sale a stock of boots and shoes of
his own make ; a1o a large stock of St.
Louis custom made boots and shoes. He
keeps the best material and is up hi nil
the latest styles. His tits are perfect, and
satisfaction is i!iiaranteed. Give him n
eall- 0 23-tf
Foil Ckntiui.ia. T. T. Ourney,
Oram! Commander; C. M. Morse, Senior
Warden, mid P. W. Barchy, Deputy
Grand Commander of Knights Templar
of Illinois; Jewett Wilcox, Generalis
simo Cairo Commandery, and George E.
Launsbcrry, Grand Muster of Illinois, all
left for Ccntralia by last evening's train
on the Illinois Central, to attend the an
nual installation and banquet ot Cyrcue
commandery, K. T.
Noiick. Buy where goods are the
sold the cheapest. Just received, New
Maple Sugar, Choice Sweet Potatoes,
New Sugar Cured Hams, Choice North
ern Butter, New Breakfast Bacon, Choice
New York F. Cheese, Buckwheat Four,
Choice Prunes, Michigan Cider, Mince
Meat, etc. Only house selling you four
pounds choice Kio coflVc for $1. Our
motto from this out Is to sell goods as
lowxs can be bought hi any western city.
Call oud obtain price at New York store.
HkaI) This. uan nartman Is telling
off at eott. This Is no dodge to induce
people to buy, but Mr. Hartinan means
what he says. He desires to go out of
the dry goods trade and will quit that
branch of his business as soon us his pres
ent stock can bo disposed of. In this
connection It may be well to state that
his stock is not old or shelf worn, but ou
the contrary is fresh and seasonable, and
ot the latest styles, con-lstlng of such
goods as are usually to be found Inn
first-class dry goods store. His stock ot
notions and gent's furnishing goods Is
also large nud select, nud will be sold for
one-third Ics than the same can he pur
chased elsewhere. All Mr. llartmau
asks Is an examination ot his goods and
prices to convince every one that he
means Just hat he says. Call and see
Cof.NTV CocitT Fkhuuaiiv' Tkkm,
185. The February term ol the county
court convened yesterday, Judge Bross
The following orders were entered,
In the matter ol the estate of Michael
Lazare, deceased, rule to sell estate. On
application cf the administratrix by
George Fisher, her attorney, permission
was granted to hell suDlcieut timber to
pay ofl'tbe unpaid debts of said estate.
In the matter of the last will and testa
ment of Bridget V itzp.itrlck, deceased;
iroof of due publication of notice lor ad
ust men t of claims approved and the fol-
iwlng claims allowed, viz: 1st flats,
Charles Gayer, $:75; N. Felth, $30;
U class, Howlelt Hardin, $15; P.O.
Schuh, $11; 5th class, Dr. Win. Bluwer,
$10; 7th class, Lucimh Smith, $10.
In the matter ot the guardianship of
the heirs of Charles A. Schuh. deceased;
tlnal report of Paul G. Schuh, guardian,
approved and ordered discharged ou pay
ment ol cost.
In the matter of the estate of Win. S.
McMillan, deceased; petition for letters
and bond approved, and letters ot admin
istration ordered to issue. Also Samuel
Clutts, Adam Kaulmau and Isaac Slttou
were appointed appraisers to appraise
tho personal property of said estate.
In the matter of the estate of David
Sklles, deceased; petition for letters ol
administration and bond approved, and
letters ordered to Issue.
In tho matter of the estate ot Joshua
Yates, deceased; appraisement hill, in
ventory and widow's rellmiulihuieut and
selection approved, and ordered recorded.
Also petition for sale of personal prop
erly ol said estate win granted. '
lii the matter of the estate of Temper
ance Smith, deceased; it Is ordered that
Thomas Martaln, admlulstrator of the es
tate ot Win. Martaln, late county tre.ts
urer, pay over to George Fisher, attor
ney lor Alexander county, the sum of
$55 55 less costs of court, said sum being
the amount lu his hands In favor of Eliz
abeth Smith, u feeble mliiUcU person,
a county charge In the poor house.
In tho mutter of tho estate of Tapley
White, deceased ; citation ordered against
E. Smalllng, administrator, to muku Dual
settlement next term,
lu the matter of the estate ot Nathaniel
Holmes, deceased; sale hill approved and
Pmiso.s-Ai. Mkxtio.n. Mr. Garner
Pierce, Sen., and Mr. Joshua Elklns,
prominent citizens, und amongst the
most extensive farmers of Johnson
county, were in the ctfcj yesterday en
route for Arkansas.
Mr. Chas. Pink, Jr., and MUs Luur:i
ltextord were united lu marriage yester
day uftornoon nt four o'clock, by the
Hev. Charles A. Gilbert. Tho ceremony
was perormed at the Planter's house, ot
which tho bride's father is proprietor,
Tho happy couple left by tho afternoon
train lor Mound City, where they over
took the Flsk, which lift Cairo before the
ceremony was over, und will continue
their trip to Paducah anil ic liirn. With
the many friends of Mr. and Airs. Pink,
the Hi i.i.ctin unites in ui'hlug llnin
every joy possible.
F. M. Simpson, druggist, nt Vicuna,
was in the city yesterday.
Sheriff Irvlu is at Home again, alter
his trip to Jollet with prisoners.
Mr. Day, of the law linn ol Flick
fc Day, Jonesboro was In the city ou
professional business yesterday.
Mr. It. W. Hamilton, circuit clerk
or Jackson county i and Geo. W, Smith,
esip, or Murphyshoro, were lu the city
Mesrs. Barclay, Dunning and Wil
cox spent the greater part or the day
yesterday lu entertaining their brethren
of the order of Sir Knights who remained
hi the city during the day.
Mr. Henry Wclse or the dry goods
llrm ol J. Burger A Co., with liU bride,
arrived In Cairo on Sunday morning.
To Mr. nud Mrs. Wclso wo extend our
congratulations, ami wlh them peace
and plenty, long life and prosperity.
Prominent among the guests at tho
St. Charles hotel yesterday were : IS. E.
Holmes, Connecticut; Jim Drlcoll,
Evansvllle; John Donnelly and ('. P.
Llbby, Chicago ; Henry White, Mem
phis, and Frank M. Zuck, St. Louis.
Itev. Frank II. Gllliert, who, lu con
sequence ol 111 health has been spending
some time with hi brother, the Itev.
Chas. A. Gilbert, has so far recovered his
health that he has accepted a call to St.
Johns church, Camden, Arkansas, and
will leave for that place to-day.
Mr. E. M. Goss, agent at Vienna for
the Cairo and Viiiccnnes railroad, was
milted in marriage to Miss Belle Scoltt
alsoot Vienna, one evening last week.
Mr. Goss Is one ol the most cllklent and
trusted employes of Ihe Vlucennes road,
nud very popular in and about Vi
enna. We wish Mr. Goss and his bride
long life and prosperity.
J. II. Mayham,cs'.,of Murphysboro,
Jackson county, was lu the city yester
day. Mr. Mayliam occupies a leading
position among the attorneys ol Jackson
county, and Is xery popular with the
people. He Is a DumocrnUu politics, and
never fails to put lu his best effort n lie- I
half of thenomluees'of his party, O. W.
Andrews, ess,., also of Murphysboro,
was In tha city yesterday.
Local Short Stoi-.s. The county
road for some distance above the crosi
levee Is in a very bad condition, though
country people manage to get over it.
The river will probably come to a
stand to-day or to-morrow. So the sig
nal man says.
The levee presented a business like
appearance vesteruay. J lie nay being
pleasant, everybody was out.
The colored Maons Centennial cele
bration at Seheel's Washington hall last
evening was well attended and a very
Olllcer Lallue ye-tcrdayarrested a
drunken man ou Ohio levee. The
fellow was too limber to walk, and wa
drajed to Jail.
The grandest ball ol the season.
I'lic Centennial Leap Year club, will
give a ball at Washington hall, corner of
Ninth and Cedar streets, on next Friday
Yesterday being Washington's birth
day, Dags were unfurled in many parts
of the city. Flags were run up at the
arlous cnirine houses, and the olllce of
his honor, the mayor, in Winter's block
was appropriately draped.
While at Jollet lat week Sherls
rvln had a conversation with Gupton,
the murderer or Andy EUcbnch. Gupton
learning to make shoes but don't
like the business.
At ronr o'clock yesterday afternoon
the Ohio river marked 41 feet above low
water mark, Indicating a raNe ot 2 Inches
lu tho previous Iwenty-tnnr hours.
Lynch and Howlcy.realestateagenls,
:ire doing a good business. P.irtle.) de
siring to rent a house or stoie-.-oom; or
buy or sell projterty, should eall on
The announcement ol a in.itqurr.idu
sociable, to be given by tho ladies of the
Episcopal church society, lias created a
perlect furor among the old as well as
the young people of tho city, and u largo
attendance Is certain.
There Is a report in circulation to
tho effect that tho Cairo and St. Louis
railroad will soon change hands, Mr.
Cauda stepping down and out, and u
couple of Now York capitalists taking
the management of the road. v euo not
know that there Is any foundation for
tho report, and give It for what It Is
There was a fair audience at tho
Prexbyteilaii church last night to hear
Dr. Parker's lecture. Tho lecture was
excellent and well received by the auill
ence. Tho music by the Misses Alvord
and Paeo and Messrs. Bobbins nud
Hacker; MUs Anna Pitcher and Mr.
Frank Howe, and Mrs. W. P. Hulliday,
was excellent and listened to with de
light. Mr. ltiitus K. Holmes, owner oi me
brick building at the corner of Seventh
street und Commercial avenue, Is lu the
Ity looking after hU Interests here. Y o
understand Mr. H. contemplates lower
ing und remodeling tho building uboyo
referred to, which It done, will make It
one of tho best business locutions in the
In Judge Hinl's ponce court yester
day John Brown, a colored man, was
lined live dollars and costs for striking
ThnmaH Jones, a bov.soiuo sixteen
years of age. Brown In retaliation tooK
out a warruut lor Jones, w ho was ur-
rested and brought Into court oh a charge
nt naini? offenilvo and provoking Jan
ineiL'e. vounir Jones was lined Dvo and
costs, ami sent to tho lock-up for throo
Uai$Waklnir of tho Centennial Leap
ri.nr tiartv rcscntly alvrii at tho fit
ilb.rlna lintel III tills cltV. the Hotel
World, published at Chicago, says :
i. A lanrely attended nud uuusually suo
cessltil Leap Year party was given at t he
St. Charles hotcl.Oalro, rceen ly, byUw
enterprising Ladles' Cen ennlal Soch t
oflhatgo-oWl city. Tho party was
given In aid of tlm Centennial fund, and
tho sympilhy HHh and the appreciation
of Ihe worthy objeet of Ihe parly was
shown by the largo attendant!! ; over 250
persons (icing present. The ladles fur
nished I he supper by the way, u splen
did one- hut the hosts or the St. Charles
hotel, Messrs. Jewett Wilcox A Co., like
the gallant and ever chivalrous men, es
pecially to ladles, which they arc well
known to be lu nil Southern Illinois,
stepH-d in to the aid or Hie ladies ol the
Centennial Society, and offered them,
free of cxiense, the u-e of their spacious
and elegantly furnished hotel parlors nud
dining room, as well as dressing rooms,
etc., mf infinitum. The result naturally
was nn overflowing treasury, and general
satisfaction with the results all round.
Wah DiCAHtiitKT. Until Itirmrr, I
Vfb -u, ,m7i-,i (
Ht, Louis ,
New Orleans ..
I A M Kt . l-iN,
foreran!, Slunnl s-rs Ire. tl. .s. A ,
Steamer Jim FIk, Pudueah.
" Alf Stevens, St. Louis.
" Charles Morgan, Cincinnati.
" Sam Brown and tow, St. Louis.
" Vint Shinkle, Cincinnati.
" Cily of Vlcksbtirg, Vlcksbnrg.
" John A. Scudder, St. Louis.
" City or Chester, St. Louis.
Steamer Jim FLfc, Paducah.
" "John A. Scudder, St. Louis.
" All. Stevens Memphis.
" Charles Morgan, New Orleans.
" Sam Brown and tow, St. Louis
" Vint Shinkle, Memphis.
" City or Vlck-hurg, St. Louis
" City of Chester, Memphis.
IIIVIHI, WKA1lll.lt AM) llt'SINKS.S.
There were 40 tl-10 feet on the gauge
The weather was clear and pleasant.
Business was quiet.
Harry O'Brien's siring band went to
New Orleans ou the Morgan yesterday.
The Tom Sherlock will bo hero on
Friday lor New Orleans.
The Lioness, with n tow of eighteen
barges of coal, Is due from Pittsburg.
MUs Jennie MuKlnzle, of this city,
was a passenger to Enterprise on the Jim
Flsk yesterday artcrnoon.
Tho Mary will bo down about Satin
day for St. Louis, where shu will prob
ably load for Pittsburg.
Tho James D. Parker, Captain Bob
Wise s boat, ran from .Memphis to Pa
ducah on her last regular trip up in 37
Tho Cliailos Morgan passed down
from Cincinnati for New Orleans. She
had 1,500 tons freight and lis) cabin pas
sengers, and made some additions hero.
Col. William Swank nud lady, nud
Miss Emma Smith , of Charleston, Mo.,
went do.vn to Now Orleans to Mardl
Gras on the Charles Moriran yesterday.
The City of Chester came down
with a good trip yesterday afternoon for
Memphis. She had a good trip of pas
sengers. The Garrett and barges began load
lug here ou Monday morning, nud will
probnbly hick out lor Now Oi lcans this
The Vint ShluMo pns-cd down for
Memphis yesterday afternoon with a fair
tiip. She made sonic additions of Ireight
hero, alter putting oil a lot of wood
work. Captain Gus Fowler, supcili.tcndent
of the Cairo and Paducah Packet com
pany come down on the Jim Flk yes
terday, and returned last evening.
The Cily of Vlckslmrg. Caplalu
Hobert llllcy.'came iqi from Vlckslmrg
yesterday afternoon with 1, W0 bales or
cotton. She left :100 bales at the Cairo
nud Vlucennes railroad company's wharf-
bout, and took the remainder to St.
There was Just three wedding parlies
ou llio Charles Morgan yesterday, ac
cording to tho books ol Clerk Harry
Stcln, who ought to know, and wo gucs
ho does. They were Dr. W . S. MoBur
nlc and bride, Captain W. J. Dickie nud
bride, and Dr. It. .. Muzzy, all ol whom
boarded the steamer at Cincinnati.
Captain Jim Morrlsand .Mr. Wiggins
came down on the Chester yesterday.
Captain Jim says ho fears Sam Foster
has been lost, and that ho has written to
the postmaster at Dubuque for Informa
tion regarding him. Any knowledge ol
him wilt bo thanklully received by Ids
many friends in lids cily.
Captain Gill Ishain, or Cincinnati,
who went to Jerusalem with .Mark
Twain, was a passenger on tho Charles
Morgan to Now Orleans yesterday morn
ing. Ho.says Mark ot a good ileul out
of his trip ror his "Koughlug It," but
not as much as ho might have by a long
Tho John A. Scudder, captain car
ter, passed down for New Orleans on
Monday night. Sho had a big trip of
freight and 80 people lu tho cabin, who
l'o to tho crosccut city to attend Mnrdl
Gras. While tho boat lay at llio wnari
taking coal, lite younger portion of tho
excursionists, of whom Clerk Chancy
Dix was tho "high mucky monk,'
passed tho time lu tripping tho light fan
lilr.. Iljurv HwuKiior, Tuckahoo N..L,
sirs kho was thoroughly cuvoi cf llroncli
Ills by mcii'g llirre inuirs hi v. isu.u.i s
PinkTiikk Tam I'oiiHUi.l eotujlis colds,
iliplliuila, afttmii, pneumonia, liectlu fever,
plttltii: hlsod, palnlul bnutuicg, tore
Ihrout uud lung', catarrh and eonnunp-
lion, are relieved by It Immodlately 1
Conl 1 Conl I
I wish to Inform tho citizens of Cairo
that I keep on hand u largo supply of
coal of different kinds, which I will sell
as lollows, delivered lu any part of tlm
city ; $2 60 to $ I per ton, cash, and full
weight guaranteed. Jamkh Itoss
KEV WEST CIQAHQ thraa fn
25 contB, at P. Teichman's, 102
Conimoroial avenue. 2-20-lm
All ( liroiilr lllaennpN Onrril
nv mi. iit)i.T7,
He Is located In Cairo, Illinois, nud I
fllll calling on you to be healed. Why
will you die ol old chronic diseases, when
you can Im mini Willi so little cost or
money. Do not give it up yet, for there
Is still a balm In Gllcard. Cairo Is the
place to come to lie eiirrd (, nil your
acnes ami pains.
I am now prepared nt my olllce to give
medicated baths, nml persons wishing in
receive such, will call nl my olllce on
Eighth street, No. 22, from Hie hours nl
2 p.m. till j p.m. Also plane hatha, hot
hallw, warm baths, cold baths, or vanor
baths. Also persons havltiL' the eon.
sumption or weak lungs, nud wishing to
receive medicines by Inhalation, ran re
ceive Ihe treatment at my olllce, this be
ing tho only true way or getting medi
cine direct to the lungs. Also I treat ills
cases or the rye of years standing, and
the blind has licen made to see by my
treatment. All diseases of tho skin I
cure. Fistula rurnl by me without the
u'oof theknire. If you have a cancer
come and bo cured. All private diseases,
In the shortest time, cured by me. In
short, for all chronic diseases of the hu
man system, go to Dr. Unit. If yon wish
to be cured. 1 compound and prepare all
my medicines at my olllce. It s said
that practice makes perfect, I have been
thirty years a practicing physician.
All letters nml communications shall
bo conlldcntlal and promptly attended to
by me. Direct, Du. Hui.rz,
No. 22 Eighth street, Cairo, Illinois,
KEY WEST CIGARS throo for
25 cents, at P. Teichman's, 102
Commercial avonuo. 2-20-1 m
Notice In loicby ul-cn that Hip tax honks
for llio year IsTS, have been plated In my
hands and thai I will he at the following
plied In Alexmlcr county, on the day he
low set lotth for the purpose of collecting
i aUI taxes, ilz;
In Clear Creek pie met, at tbc More of
K. Culloy ,; Co., Clear Creek Landing,
Mureli Tth. ISM.
lu Thebes precinct, at the store of C. A.
Murchlhlon, Thebes .March tlh, li'.li.
In Santa re precinct, at tho store of W.
Ireland, Santa. Fe, March !, ls'il.
lu (Jooe hlanu precinct, at tho itore o
O. Orccnlcy, Ooo-e Island, March 10, 18TU.
In l).g Tooth precinct, at the house of
N. Hunsai-kcr, Km., March tl, 187(1.
In Huzluwood precinct, at the office ol
Sam llrllcy KIco, March 14, ISTti.
In Unity precinct, nt the store or W. M.
Aiheiton, Unity, M ircli K, 18n.
lu South Oat, o, at (ho ofllco of John (.
Ilarman, Cntro, March tilth, ISTti.
In North Cairo precinct, nt the court
lions', Ca'ro, March Klh, 187il.
'1 he collector hereby calls Urn tpcclnl -..-
trillion ol tax payers to Section 1S7. ol the
Chapter upon revenue, revised statutes,
lu willed lie Ih required o make illslriiint
upon tho personal properly of all tax p y-
trs lu default lor rersonal t:ixc, titer
March 10th, TbWprollMonot law will bo
vigorously enforced. Those Intel c ted wtl
therefore hear Ihe fact in mind nml fine
Bring your last yeain tax receipts and do
not trutt to the tux iioks fordltcrtptlou of
your land. AI.KN. II. lltVIN
(.'alio, II!., Pcbiiuiryu.li, lbT
A No, I l.iumilry.
It Is now conceded that Mr.s. Coleman
tho laundress, No. 12 Fourth sheet, be
tween Wellington nml Commercial live"
uucs, has one of I ho best conducted laun
dry eMiihlUhmriils lu Ihe :'lly, and laud
lord of holds and hoarding houses will
find it to their :idvautnri! to call upon
Iter. Her pi lees are as follows: Hotel
and boardhig-house washing 7o cents
per doen. For piece work price are as
lollows: Single shirt and collar, 10c; per
doen, SOej socks, ft:; two collars, fo;
two handkerchiefs, fie; vests, 2llo; and
all gentlemen' wear, SOe. per ilnzen.
Ladles plain calico lremes, 2."e; calico
(Irenes with rxlrn trimming, WVs; white
dresjes, $1 33e; ladles' uuderware, Hue
and course, $1 00 per dozen. 1-2.1-tf.
Wo will pay no bills contracted by any
employe or Tim Bui.i.inis, unless the
same is made on u written order signed
by the president or secretary of.the eom
pany, and we will accept no orders given
by an employe of the company, for any
Caiuo Uijli.v.tin Company.
Xovemlier 1UL187.; tl
Attention I lleulent.
Wo have four dozen Imitation Ebony
riprugiie Can-Openers, taken for adver
tising, which wu will sell at two dollars
cr dozen. Inquire at Bulletin olllce.
Fitly rents, at Winter's Gallery.
Tr NMe Notice.
Uaiiio, h.l.., Ktihruary 22nd, IhM.
To ll. 1. (iiuiiuramla'l other Inteiinted
You nre hereby notlllcd that at a salo ol
lands f Mho delinquent State, county, dhe
Ir ct school, peri-oiinl mid other taxes of
tho year l7:i und coiU, hclu ut the court
house door In Cairo, Alexander county,
Illinois, ou llio 2TIU and '.Wtti days of
Muy, 187L Thnolliy O'Connell purchsicd
tho north half of the muthwest quarter,
main lniro In rcctlon :;o, township Hi, noutu
raiigo2, west oiilio tfrd principal tuoriUlan;
and tho north halt of tho southeast quarter
rif tlm ftntiio tee Hon. lowiiflilu and r.iUKO,
Nltuiitcd In raid county and Slate, aril that
tin tinio given n
ii by law lor tna rsuenipuou
will expire ou the 27th uud
ot Haul limls
SSIhdsyii ol Mav, I87U.
motiiv O'Connku., Purchaser.
Ten eloitaiit iheota of Cliolru Miulo arruiiKisl
lor tlie riuno r oriewiu wtou njr inuu uu r
reliitofiiDed liar, (Hi.t puhl) or siiiulc enil
nl I A rrlitd purll.
Tliey ran alo lw oulfrcl IhrmiKh ")' news
ilcuitrni iu uiiur.1 niuira,
ltaiiiilerilnya-liistninii'iilul .Tom ibrow"
Wl y can I not Komrt !.,".'.b.
Kar O'erllie JVnve
rtw.r.il 1 allar In Ilia ISil.lltN.. -CoolV
Aildrtaa ontn to JimJ Jv 2Sf".
Leading Journal of Southern
WlUitcadfMtl oppose the policies ot Ih
Republican party, and rtfuiA to be tram
melled uy the dictation of any clique la the
It bedeves that the Republics party nu
fulfllled lu mission, and that tlie Dbo
cratlo party as now organised should ht re.
stored to power.
It believes the ltadlcal tyranny that he
for several years opproteed the Sontb
should be overthrown and the people ct tue
Southern Status permitted to control their
It believes that railroad curporatloe
should be prohibited by legislative e cacti
menu from eatorting and unjustly dMertm
Inatlng In their buitness trantactlons wltk
It recognizes the equality ot all men
fore Die law.
It advocates free commerce tariff lot
It ad rotate r resumption or specie pay
ment, ami liooeat payment of tbe public
It advocatea economy tn the admlaUtia
Hon ol public aBalrs
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