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ASOAION IMVCM, NO. M.
Knights of Pythias, meet i-Trry Yr
day alt bl t half-past ven, in Md-
rdlawi 1111. How.
' "Af.KTAKnitU fjllttlK. NO. '24.
9fBafaBaaVlowa, mmw imr Thurwlay night
"aa" atMur-iaetteveo, in nieir nation
.lamerclal avenue, between nUUi and Hsviiilh
reet, tau. l.tMK, n, II.
'-IIIHO'KKCAMI'MKNT, f. O. O. r.,lnU
.ymodd-rratom' IUII onlhe first and tlilnl
l umaii tm Try aaeatk, t lf-Mt aeren .
Jno.U. Ooksmam, c. I1
OA I HO IX)l)OK . NO. 237, A . V. A A . M .
Hold mrtilar communication in Mn-
aoolc 1111. corner Commercial avenue
Kialilu atrret, on the second and
win woiwit orentn month.
XXY WEIT CIQAR8 throo for
26Ioenta, at F. Tcichmnn'a, 102
Commorcial!avonuo. 2-20-1 m
10 r)K HIVK.N lir TIIK
CAIRO TURNER SOCIETY
' Veh. a, IH70.
comh oxi: cum: all.
A good nnd funny time is anticipated.
Different fenturrs nml characters will I hi
brought In during llic tuning by the
entire force of tlio Turners.
' " O.V ItKCKITIO.V.
John Koelder, William. Itti.Icr,
Gut Budcr, J. Klce.
K.M.Btockilctb, Clin. Hiiikr.
AdinlMioii Ocnt $1, Ladies uOc.
Xo ImproiKT character admitted.
Uy order ol Commute on Arrange
ments. 2.20 til.
Wc will cell 1,000 to B.OOO tons beet
Ice, delivered on cars at Chicago.
Delivered months of April and May.
Xo. 302, Water street Chicago.
for linniu and Colorado.
The Atchison, Topcka and Santa Fo
railroad from Kansas City and Atchison
on the Missouri river, via Topeka, the
capltol ot Kansas and the beautiful r-
kana ralley to the Itocky Mountain?.
ThciliortcKt nute to l'nctielo th Grand
Canon, Colorado Spring. Mnnltou,
1'ikea Speak, and all places of note In the
mountain region. The favorite route
to Denver anil all point In Northern
Colorado. The best route to Southern
Colorado, New Mexico and Arizona. The
only direct route to the famoiH San
I nan mluc. The track and equipment
U uueiualed, trains run throiiKh from
the Missouri river, to the Itocky .Moun
tains, making connections In Union de
pot and Avoiding delay nnd trans.
fvrt. For lull ihcriptivo circulars
maps, lime tabled, etc., address
T. .1. AXIIKIIrKI.V.
(Jen'l l'a?x. Agent, Touka. Kan.
1 0 !-d wly.
A ailvcr plated No. H Wilson Shuttle
Sewing Machine, hard (piano) llnMi,
valued at $8.". Will Irenold at $20 dis
count, on good terms, and ordered direct
from the factory.
Colored and mounted Maps ol the
dtyof Cairo at $2 M each (halt price.)
A No. 9 Wibton Shuttle Sowing Ma
chine valued at $75. Will lie yold nt $15
discount, nnd ordered direct from the.
A $00 Iteiiilngton Sewing Machine
$:t0 of! for cash. Suitable lor tailor or
boot and shoo manufacturer.
A Ktvlo "Clougli, Warren &
Co.'s" Parlor Organ, right from the fac
tory nt Detroit. I.Ut price, $.'W0. Will
lc sold for $200.
1000 shecti or brlstol Doahl lust re-
oelvcd at tho Buu.r.TiN olllee, and lor
sale to tho trade.
City or Cnlro,
colored nnd varnished, for sale at hall
price ($2.50) at the Hi'm.ktin olllee.
20,000 note heads, 30,000 envelopes,
20,000 letter heads, 10 reams statements,
20 reams bill heads Carlislu paper just
received and for sale at the lii'i.i.r.ri.s
For any of tho above articles, apply a
IIU UUMiftl in IJIUW. ftiAilimiafcll
LYNCH & HOWLEY'S
Real Estate Column
I.ot2, block 0, city, on Ohio luvee,
above Twelfth strict, outside lire limits.
Very cheap. Terms liberal.
Cottage near Nineteenth and Poplar
stects. $a per montli.
Uood dwelling houso on Walnut, lie
twecti Twenty-second and Twenty-third
Store-room corner Twentieth and
Uuslucss houso on Levee, lately oc
cupied by Cunningham & Stllwcll.
Winter's Block-suitable for Hotel
Ofllccs or Business rooms cheap.
Tenements numbered -1, 8 and U, in
Winter's How, 0 rooms each, for $10 per
-No. 10 (corner), $12 507 rooms.
Cottage on Sixth street, near Wash
ington avenue 4 rooms,
Store room In "Pilot House," lately
occupied ky A. Hallcy.
A small House west of Twenty
second strect.ncnr Pine, $4 per month.
Dwelling home on Sixth street and
Orphan Asylum building audlpreiul
sea. JteiU low, to a good teuiut.
Store room, corner Twentieth nnd
Washington avenue, $12 u mouth.
Hoonis In various pnrU ol the city.
FOH J.N ASK OR SALE.
-Lands, In tracts to suit, near Cairo,
RATKM Of ADVKKI INIXM.
I3A1I tilllt forndrirtUioi:, arcdueniid iy
Transient R'lvi illnInK Will bflhfrrtfd nt lh
Mle of II ) iht m.ir- for the Unit IiimiIIuii
ml .V cents fon'orli ii1iriuciit otic. A liberal
discount will lie malo on standing ntid dliliiy
ant rrtlftf menu.
ror inserting r uhrrnl iintlcu t (o. Notice of
mi tlngoriocletles or Merit orders VI . h!j for
Uiurdi, Mocietjr, FeMllulnnd Hiliier tiolloc
rill only In- In scried as iwIwiIIm incuts.
No advertisement will In- recrlt n nt less than
M rents, nnd no iidurllU'iiifnl will U- Inmilrd
for Iran limn lhn dollar, per month.
Local Bualneno Noticed, of
Inn lines or mora, innurleu
In tho Bullntln an follow
Commanca Counting at ten Line.
One Insertion ner lln 5 Ccntn.
Twolnnrtlonporilnii 7 Cintn.
Thru lnTtloiiH per lino 10 Cents.
Six Insertion pnr line 16 Ocnti.
Two wooKsper una... no i.niiia.
Onn month nor line ....113 Cant.
No Koductlon will bo tnado In abovn
TiirKSDAY, l'KIlUlWUV 21, 1870.
Iirnl Wrnlbrr ;Keporl.
caiho,'ill.,;ivii. -a, ic.
1 II. III.
('eri'mnt. Signal HirvliT, V. i. A.
KEY WEST CIGARS throo for
25 cents, at F. Toichman's, 102
Commcrciol avenuo. 2-20-lm
LOCAL SIPE WATER.
Fon Sam:. A line horse and buggy
hnriulre of '.. I). Mathuss at 01 Ohio
Lcvcc, up stairs. 2-2.'!-."t
Shokh. .Jut iccelved a full a! sort-
mcnt of West Brothers' Hue shoes for
children. O. H.tVTliou.v ,t Co.
Duv Oooih. Buy your Dry Goods,
Boots nnd Shoes at the New Vork
store. 2-20 ut.
Oiia.voks. Just received at II. A.
Whcelock Si Co.'s a loi or Hue, trcsh
Noiick. We have 'on hand a large lot
of Stnbly & Co's line custom shoes at
cost. 2 23-3t O. IlAYTiioitN & Co.
Thy Tiikji! Thy Tim:m! Hall dime,
hall dime cigar, Havana filler, at
2-8-tf COWI-KHWAITK & PlIILLliy.
Buy Tiikm. Buy your fine shoes ol O.
llavtliorn itCo's. We acknowledge no
coinpclition. O. IIaytiiok.v & Co.
Fon Hk.vt. The store room now oc
cupied by Farnbaker & Son, on Ohio
levee, will be for rent on the llr.-t of
March. Apply to Robert Smith, Ohio
Notici:. Mr. F. Telchuiau desires to
notify Ids friends and the public genera
ally, that he has removed his tobacco nnd
elgar store from F.lghth street to 102
Commercial avenue. 2-20-lm .
Rooms to Rk.vi. Four rooms, and a
neat cottage on Third Street, free from
slpe water, and In good condition. Kn-
quire of Win. Mcllale, at the Delta
House. 2-1 5-1 f.
Pota iocs. -New Vork Karly Rose
seed potatoes tor sale at New Vork slore.
We garranteu our ecd potatoes to be
straight, aud brought from the Kat.
A. II.w.i.r.Y. A .llnclot of .table and
pocket cutlery, also spades, shovels,
hoes, rakes, foks, axes aud a general Hue
of hardware just received by A. Hallcy,
115 Commercial avenue. 2-lS-3ni.
Ski:i Potatoi:. 2.i barrels choice
New Vork Karly Roe seed potatoes for
sale cheap at John Clancy's, corner
Twelfth street and Commercial avenue.
To inn Fahmkiw. Fresh garden and
Held seeds at tho New York store ; also
seed oats, onion tops, etc. .hint lu a large,
lotol plows and plow harness, for sale
low. C. O. Pauku&Co.
Si:ki PoTATOK.il Caiiiiaiik! R. J.
Cundltr has Jut received one car load of
Northern Karly Rose, Rusutt and Peer
less seed potatoes; also n car load of
Northern cabbage, all of which Is for
sale nt his store, north tldo of Klghth
Jt'ST Rkceivkii. A. Hallcy has Just
received n line lot of canary and mock
ing bird cages, flower stands, llower
trainers, baskets, -orchcr, hearts and
wreathes, which he has marked very low,
at 115 Commercial avenue. 2-lS-3m.
hoMKiiiixii New. 1 lie llgntnng, re
ciprocating, tin churn and egg beater,
the latest and thu best ever made, at A.
Halley's, who Is now selling his largo
stock of stoves, tin and brittnna ware a
greatly reduced price?. Give him a cult
before you purchase, 115 Commercial av
enue. 2-lcKlui. 1
Hi:ai Tiiti. From tho New Yoik
store Commercial Advertl.ei : Mntches,
l uoxes 2j cents ; stnrcii, 1 pounds 2.1
cents ; soda, -I pounds 25 cents; soap, 0
bars 25 cents ; lye, 2 boxes 25 cents ;
lice, 3 pounds 25 cents. A few prices of
goods sold nt tho New York store at re-
Pk.v.ma.vsiiii'. Lessons given lu Pen
manship, Hue Penmanship, Steamboat
nnd Book-keeping, In all Its forms,
Card writing", Posting up nccoitnts,
Copying, etc., ut the rooms ol C. J,
Howe, Nos. lo nnd lu, Winter's Block,
corner Seventh street and Commercial
avenue. Ladles class every nfternoon
from 4 to 0 o'clock, and Saturdays from
2 to 4 o'clock. 1.2'Jlm.
i.u.vciil Lunch!! Lunch! I : At
Fred Hofhelnz. Tlio proprietor of Out-
Kaloon will spread it grand lunch from 0
to ii o'clock every niglit..rho blllji taro;
llAH. TllK. Winn. VhU.
.H).4;i 27 N SI
vr,:r. r. sw n
M.MS nit N 111
so m :n S 8
In mast bcrf, mutton, veal, turkey, sour
tongue, sour rabbit, pigs feet mid Xo. 1
oyster soup 5 and every Sunday morning
a No. 1 lunch at 10 o'clock, and n big
gln or Clnrlnimtl beer; all this for
cents. (,'oine oni', fonii! all.
MO-fii Fnr.i llonii-.tv.
Want toSbtii.k lTi'. Having nl
nut our busliu" in Cairo, wo ulli all In
debtcd lo in to call nt our old place ot
hiiMncpp, CI Ohio Levee, and settle at
once. All who have claims' axatnt in
will iileaso prowntthem for ,cttlcincnt
a? tvo wlch toclon itpourbulnc.ihnnii!
dluttly. MATiii-H-t & Till.,
Ski: Kocit. Koch, at his shop am
More room, No. !H) Commercial avenue
has for sale a stock of boots and Mines of
his own make ; alo a large stock of SI
Louis cuMoin made bonis nnd shoes. He
keeps the be.t inateilal nml is up In all
the lali st kt yle. His Ills are iierfeel, an
satisfaction is I'liaraiitee.l. (live him n
Norici:. Buy where goods are the
sold the cheapest. Just received, New
Maple Sugar, Choice Sweet Potatoes,
New Sugar Cured Hams, Choice North
ern Butter, NcwBrcnkfaU Bacon, Choice
New Vork F. Cheese. Buckwheat Flour,
Choke Prunes, Michigan Cider, Mince
Meat, etc. Only house selling you four
pounds cholco I!Io cnfl'eu for $1. Our
motto from this out Is to sell goods ns
lowns can bo bought In any western city
Call and obtain price at New York store
Ui:.U) Tuts. wan narlmnu Is ulling
off al eutt. Till- Is no dodge to induce
people to buy, hut Mr. Mailman means
what ho says. He desires to go out of
the dry goods trade and will quit that
branch of hi-, bu-iness as soon as Ills 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, hut on
the contrary is fresh aud seasonable, nnd
of the latest styles, consisting of such
goods ns are usually to be found in a
first-class dry goods store. His stock ol
notions and gent's furnishing goods is
also largo and select, and will be sold for
one-third less than the same can bo pur
chased clscwheic. All Mr. Hartman
nskn Is nil nviinillmttfin nf Inu f.nnita nml
prices to convince every ono that he
mcanslust what he says. Call nnd see
Coiniy CocitT. In the county court
yesterday, Judge Bross presiding, the
following business was transacted, viz :
The People, etc., for the use ol Caleb
Mlll6r,nduilstrator ofthe estate of David
Miller, deceased, vs. Belinda Jones, ad
ministratrix of the estate of D. M. Jones,
deceased. Asumpsit, demand, $200,
Kvidtnce introduced and objected to by
defendant aud case taken under advise
In the matter of the estate of David
Skiles, deceased. The court appointed
W. G. I.indyn, W. MeRaven nnd Jno. P,
Walker appraisers ot said estate.
"In the matter of the estate of B, B.
Martalu. deceased ; petition and bond for
letters of administration approved nnd
letters granted. In same estate R. C.
Nutter, Kli Abdiireaud Kmauuel Holmes
were appointed appral-ers.
In the inatlerofthe estate ofF. Blankeu-
burg, detea.-cd; widow's rcllnquMuncnt
and selection approved and ordered re
corded. Adml.ii-trator'.s report also ap
proved. In the mailer of the guardianship of
Mary Delay ; petition aud bond ot Cas
per Yot for letters of gardiauship as to
custody of minor, approved and letters
Daniel If oily vs. M. J. McGaulev, ad
ministrator of tho estate of T. K. Sulli
van, deceased ; aumpset, demand $'i0;
Judgement for claimant lu tin.' sum ol $."o
ns of 7 1 1 1 class claim,
lu the matter ot tho estate of D. M.
Jones, deeea-ed ; report as amended ap
lu the matter of the estate of Josephine
Parker, deceased ; report approved, but
administrator not discharged.
u. Aisoitt Town. The Ohio river
Are you bound for Manli Gras?
Only one eau In police court yes
Presbyterian sociable at the parson
age to night.
Work on the new levee Is going
The county jail contains llltcen pris
onerseight black and seven white men.
Mr. Davis of thc.S'mi, returned from
Jas. Johnson ol this city, was regis
tered at thu Palmer house, Chicago, on
At 0 o'clock last evening ,lho Ohio
river marked 10 tt. S lu. on tho gauge, a
fall ot I lu, lu the previous 21 hours.
The funeral of Mr. Lolllu's Utile boy,
which tool; place yesterday afternoon,
was largely attended,
Thu Cairo and St, Louts railroad
folks aro after more iillldavlts. Of course
they can get their.
Klloils are .-till making to recover
the body of l'lituk Oilman, the engi
neer. Our city physicians are having moru
leisure time. Sickness-, and especially
scarlet fever, is abating.
The sudden change of wca'.hcr night
beforo last brought overcoats in demand
There is ono class ot men who ap
preciate cold weather wood and coal
A number of Calrolts will leavo on
Sunday next lor .Memphis to attend
Jumes Boynu was drunk. Olllecr
La Hut! arrested him and Judge Bird
scut htm up lor three days,
Five iddeimcu nrotobechoses at tho
spring election, and the question Is, who
shall they bo?
The regular soclablo of the Prestiy-
tcrlau church will be held at the parson-
ngo on F.lghlh street, between Washing-
lugton avenue ami Walnut street tins
Thin -day evening. All are Invited
i oi, l ayior leu ior .opringiield w.
terday. The Injunction suit between the
Property company nnd the Cairo nnd SI
Louis railroad company I set for trial in
the United States district rmirt on the
The Weekly Hn.t.KTIN Is the largest
and best, and contains, more reading mat
ter than any other paper published
III hOllllHTII IUII10I'. ITICC JlJ.-, ju.r
Sheriff Irvln will commence to gather
in taxes on March ilh, ns will be seen by
reference to notice elsewhere in this pa
per. So, get your greenbacks ready.
Tho sl wnter seems to he about on
a stand, and ns the rivers arefalllng'.tht rc
Is a probability that we may get rid ofthe
slpe water afler iiwhlle.
The masquerade sociable Is "all the
talk' among the young folks. It Is somi
thing new ami novel, and will be sure to
bring out a largo attendance.
Tho Turner's masquerade on lln
night of the 2!ith, Is looked forward to
with great expectations by those who
contemplate attending. A good time
Said one darkey to another yester
day: "Come, let's have some whlky lo
warm up on' "No," replied the other,
"I nm going to preach to-nlgiit, nnd must
The evidence in the Johnson county
contested election case, Harkcr vs. Kuy
kcndall, has been placed In Judge Ba
ker's hands, the parties to the suit hav
lug agreed to wave arguing the case, and
abide by Judge Baker's decision.
The work of tiarlng nwny the
porches, etc., around Winter's block,
preparatory to lowering the building,
was commenced yesterday. It is pro
posed to remove tho basement, and leave
the building three stories high without
basement. Mr. Huftis I'. Holmes, owner
ofthe properly, Is hi tho city.
Hunthigdoglor sale. A Hue English
Setter, trained for all kinds of game, anil
guaranteed to bo n llrst-class bird dog.
For fktrthcr information apply to John
Prucss, Washington, avenue, between
Ninth nnd Tenth streets, over Parker &
Axley's store. It
By reference to General Simpson's
report, which we printed In yesterday's
--'-:tin. it will bo seen that wc were
n,u as lo "K "'"onius proposed to n.s
expended In the Improvement of the
Mississippi river from Dickey's Island lo
the mouth ol the Ohio.
"Prof. Tice hit tho nail on the head,"
remarked a gentleman yesterday morn
ing. "Yes," responded another, "and I
whh somebody would hit Prof. TIco 011
the head if lie is responsible for this
A runaway team created consider
able excltcnunt on Wa-hlngton avenue
near Fourteenth street about noon yes
terday. Besides breaking one wheel of
the wagon, and bruising one of tho
horses a little, no damage wns done.
Frank J. Chapman, Carbondalc; R.
Cobb, Padueah; V. J. Sinclair and S. K.
Warner, Cincinnati; L. K. Dcnnlj, Bal
timore, and II. X. Sherman, Belolt, Wis
consin, were among the guests at the
St. Charles hotel yesterday.
On Sunday evening next Rev. Chas
A. Gilbert, pastor of the KpNcopal
church, will preach a sermon on "Sun
day life in Cairo." The reverend gen
tleman has been taking notes for sonic
time, and his sermon Is sure to be In
teresting. DeGrath, tho man of many wives,
desires to be taken from the county Jail
to some 'place diwn town, where ho
can attend to his business. DeGrath is n
slippery customer, nnd the ollleers nre
not Inclined to trust him too far. The
county Jail Is probably the safest placo
Several days ago In giving tho bul.
uess ofthe police court", we mentioned a
couple, of young fellows named Ross and
Roberts, arrested for disorderly conduct,
ns peanut venders on tnc .Mississippi
Central. In this wo were nil-taken.
Ross Is a train boy on the Cairo and Via-
cenncs road ; Robert's business w e do not
Ono of the features of the daneo at
Scheel'a" hall to-morrow evening will bo
a fancy parlor clog nnd gig dance by Mr.
J, II. Dalton, the master of ceremonies,
who Is a professional clog dancer, and
who Is noted very high In the art by the
newspaper critics of Cleveland, Cincin
nati, Columbus, and other cities In which
ho has appeared on the stage.
it should not be forgotten that Ed
win Adams, tho celebrated actor, com
mences an engagement at tne .iueueuin
lu this city on Monday night, March
13th. .Mr. Adams will bo supported by
Sir. 0. W. Couldock, tho famous charac
ter actor, nnd a selected company, under
thomanageuient of Mr. Henry K. Abbey,
a gentleman of large experience with
Administrators hi making reports
of settlement of estates lo Judgo Bross
hi probatu court, aro frequently brought
up with a round turn. There Is a right
way and a wrong way to make a report,
and Judge Uross Insists on having them
made thu right way. Nino out of every
ten reports submitted aro relerred back
to the parties making them for correc
tion. We understand that pat ties lu tho
Interest of the Cairo and St. Louis rail
road company were about town yester
day; hi senrcliof more allldavlts, and suc
ceeded lu luduclnga number of persons
to 'swear to what they wanted. Thu
allldavlts aro said to set forth that, tho use
of tho new levee for railroad purposes
will lu no way Impair tho ellleleney of
tho levee as a protection lo the city
ngal.ist high water; ami further, tho use
of the levee by the railroad will In no
way prove detrimental to tho In
terests of cither Hie elty or In
dividual citizens. Wo have not seen
tho allldavlU, but are told thu above is
about what they sel forth.
From present Indications there are
at least a half dozen young men willing
to saerlllce themselves for tho city's good
In tho matter of iho city clerkship. Up
to Sunday w e heard of hut three aspirants
for tho onice, but since that tlmo ono
morn who Is positively a candidate, nnd
two others who have not yet fully deter
mined to "romo out." All right, boys.
The more the .men h r.
Tho man who was seed nttcmptlng
to set lire to tho building nt tho corner of
Poplar nnd Twentieth Urcet., bus to far
escaped tlio Igllence of the police. He
ha, however, been traced to Chicago.
and will nodoilbt soon bo arrested. There
seems to be n deep laid plan connected
Willi this ntlcmpl, w hich wc hope will be
lerreted out. W o understand the build
ing Is tho property of a .Mr. Keating,
formerly a resident ol this city.
Allriillnn Mr KnluliU !
A sM'e!.d ennelavc ot Cairo
It W ':' l. I w ill
"SIk! held nt the Asylum this
J&f Thursday, evening. Feb. 21th,
y X 1870, at 7 o'clock, sharp, for
work In Iht! nider of tho Templar.
By order of
('. W. nUMNING. K.C..
Vt'Aii Dei'aiumlnt. Hivkii IIki-oiit,
New Orle.tna .
J..MI; W.i !),
Scigiunt, Signal Service, V.H. A.
Steamer Jim FIsk, Padueah.
Simpson Homer and tow, Pitts.
" Haven and tow, St. Louis.
" C. B. Church, New Orleans.
" Robin and tow, Ohio river.
" Belle of .Memphis, Memphis.
" J. W. Mills and tow, Memphis.
Steamer Jim Flk, Padueah.
" " Simpson Horner nnd tow, N.O.
" Haven and tow, Pittsburg.
" C. B. qiiurch, Cincinnati.
" Belle of Memphis, St. Louis.
" J. W. Mills, Padueah.
IlIVKlt, WIIATHKK A.VII IIL'SI.VKSS.
There was 10 feet and 0 Inches on tho
gauselast evening, thu decline tlncc the
evening previous being 3 Inches.
The weather was clear and cold, wilh
a slllT north wind.
It was uuusally quiet on the levee,
and very Utile business was transacted.
Tho Wild Duck was to have left
Pittsburg for St. Louis yesterday.
I tic Arlington will come out of
Pittsburg for St. Louis on Saturdny.
The Cherokee Is coming from New
Orleans with COO tons.
Smith Torrenco is repaliing Iho Rub
ins' burnt Dollci-s.
Tho Gnrrelt and barges aro still le
eching freight here.
Lea Crone's .Mary .Miller Is getting a
good trip at Cincinnati for St. Louis.
The Jim Fhk hnd a fair trip down
aud back to Padueah.
The Cons Millar Is due (mm Men
The Glencoo Is due from above for
New Orleans this evening.
The Simpson Horner with 11 tow of
coal passed down yesterday morning.
Business was unusually quletjon the
Leveo yesterday, the arrivals of boats
being very few.
Capt. John If. Booth will back out
the Garret and barges this evening, or hi
the morning, sure, lor New Orleans,
The Raven with a big tow ot iron
from St. Louis, passed up for Pittsburg
hi the altcrnooii.
The J. W. Mill;, passed up from
Memphis with a tow ot empty bargis tor
The C. B. Church, seven days out
from New Orleans, passed up for Cincin
nati yesterday morning with 500 tons.
She put oil a lot of molasses here.
Tho Capltol City, Grand Tower,
James Howard, Future City and barges,
and Belle of St. L011N, are all duo Irom
St. Louis for points below, this evening.
Tho Robin anil tow arrived early
yesterday morning. She lied her tow up
near the Stone depot, and Is now lying
Just below that point having her boilers
Tho .Morgan relumed passozners at
LoulsvHIle on her way down the other
day, and lliey aro waiting tor the Tom
Sherlock, which will arrhe there to-day.
MUs May, youngest daughter of
Captain John If. Booth, was married nt
her home, twenty-eight miles below
Wheeling, on thu Ohio river, to Mr. Win.
Owen, a jeweler of Cincinnati, 011 Tues
Tho Memphis Aculanchc says Capt.
Abu Hutchinson yesterday passed
through tho city 011 his way to St. Louis,
from tho wreck of thu City of Quluoy.
He reports the sunken eralt a total loss,
with the Eukert alongside taking out the
eargo. Tho latter aggregates lu value
$00,000, and comprises 550 hhds sugar,
200 bblu mola-scs, 5 bales cotton, some
whisky nnd wine. Tho sugar Is about
half lost ; other freights not hint much.
New Orleans Insurance companies held
risks of $30,000, and St. Louis tho re
mainder, except hull iiks of $18,000,
which is placed at Cincinnati.
t onl I t'oiil J
I whh to Inform thu citizens ol Cairo
that I keep 011 hand 11 largu supply of
coal of dllVcrout kinds,- which I will sell
as follow, delivered In any p.ut ofthe
city : $2 50 to $ 1 per ton, cash, and Hill
weight guaranteed. Ja.mi:s Ross,
Wo will pay no bills contracted by liny
employe of Tint Bui.i.ktin, unless thu
same Is made qn a written order signed
by the president or secretary of Jho com
piuiy, and we will accept no orders given
by an employe of Iho company, ior any
purpose whatsoever. , ,,
Caiiio Builktin Company.
No'veinlier 10. 187ft. " M
KEY WEfiT OIOAHS throa rv.
35 contH, nt F. Toichman's, loa
Commercial avenuo, 2-20-lm
All Chronic l)lrnr Unrrd
nv int. iiui.tz.
He I located lu Cairo, Illinois, nud I
still calling on you to be healed. Why
will yon tile of old chronic illscates.wlien
joneanne cured with so little cost or
money. Do not KVi It up yet, for there
is sun a imiin lu u Heard. Cairo Is the
placo to eomo to be cured of nil your
iicncs ami pains.
I am now prepared lit my olllee to give
medicated baths, and persons wishing t0
receive such, will rail at my oHIce on
Klghth street, No. 22, from the hours of
2 p.m. till U p.m. Also plane balhs, hot
bath, warm balh, cold bathor vapor
nam. Also persons liaWng the con
iiitnpllon or weak lungs, and wihln' to
receive medicines by Inhalation, can re
eelvo the treatment nt my olllee, this lx
lug tho only true way or getting medl
clue direct to the lungs. Also I treat ills
eases of thu eyes of years standing, and
ineoimii nas oeen made to see hv my
treatment.' All dleaes of tho skin 1
euro. Fistula cured by mo without thu
iu 01 me Kiine. 11 you nave a cancer
come nml be cured. All private diseases,
in 1 no 'hortest time, cured by inc. In
nort, for all chronic diseases of the litt
man system, go to Dr. Ilultz If you M
to be cured. I compound and prepare all
my tueiiieines at my otllce. It Is said
that practice inakes perfect, I have been
1 thirty years a practicing physician.
All letters and communications shall
bo confidential nnd promptly attended to
by me. Direct, Du. Hn.rz,
No. 22 Klghth street, Cairo, Illinois,
KKY WEST CIGARS throo for
25 conts, at F. Toichman's, 102
Commercial avenuo. 2-20-lm
Notko Is hnuby glrtn th.it the tix books
for tlio year 1S7", have been placed lu my
hands and that I will ho nt the following
I'licoiln Alcxmlcr county, 011 the, day be
low tt torth for the purpio of collecting
laid taxes, I.
In Clear Creek preiinct, at the i-tore of
I'- Culley ,t t o, Clear Creek landing,
March 7tli, 1670'.
In i'liulics precinct, at the storo or C. A.
Mnii-hililon, Tiiohc- March Sth, 170.
lu Siiila Fo precinct, at tho store or W.
Ireland, S.int.x Fc, Mareh 11, 187(1.
In Uoo-o Island precinct, at tho itore o
O. Grrcnley, Gooo Island, March 10, 1S7U.
In ljg Tooth precinct, at the house or
N. Iluusiekcr, K., .March It, 187(1.
lu llazlcwood precinct, at the office ol
Sim llrllcy K'co, March tl, lS7(t.
In Unity precinct, nt the store of W. M.
Atltetton, Unity, March 15, 187(1.
lu South Caho, at Ihoolllco or John .
Ilarnian, Cairo, Mareh Kith, 1870.
In North Cairo prcihut, at the court
lions?, Ca'ro, March 17th, 1870.
The collector hereby calls tho special at-
lent Ion ol tax payer to Section 1.17. of the
Chapter upon revenue, revised statutes,
111 wnicli liu la required to in:iku dlMralnt
upon tho pcn-onal property of all tax p ij.
t-rs In defiiull for puitonal 1-iac", iflcr
March lfllh. TuW provision nl law win ho
Wk'oroinly enforced. Tt;oe Interested wil
therefore brar the fact In mini and sao
Bring your last yeals tax reeeliits and di
not trio t to tlio tax hoojis for inscription of
your land. AI.R.V. II. lltVIN.
District Coll etor.
'alio, II!., IVIniiaryOlh, 1870.
A Ni. I l.iniiiilry.
It Is now conceded that Mrs. Coleman
the laundress, No. 12 Foiuth street, be
tween Washington and Commercial ave
lines, nas 0110 01 iho bet conducted laun
dry cslnbll-hnicnts In the ;lty,and land
lords ol hoteN and boarding -houses will
Hnd it to their advantage to call upon
her. Her pi Ices are as follows : Hotel
ami lioarding-house washing 75 cents
per dozen. For piece work prices nro ns
follows : Single shirt nnd collar, 10c; per
dozen, M)o; socks, rc; two collars, 5c;
two handkerchiefs, 5c; vests, 20c; mid
all gentlemen's wear, SOe. per dozen.
Ladles plain calico dresses, 25u; calico
dres-es with extra trlounlngs.COo; white
dresses, $1 25c; ladles' undcrware, line
and coarse, $1 00 per dozen. 1-23-tf.
New Conl Olllee.
F. M. Ward has opened a coal olllee on
south side of Klghth strcct,No.3i,bctwocn
Commercial nnd Washington avenues, in
Sargent's shoo store. Ho will sell Har
rlsburg coal delivered lu any part of tho
city nt $3 25 per single ton, or $3 per
ton '11 four-ton lots ; Big .Muddy coal at
$1 per single ton, or $7 50 for two tons,
all delivered. These aro rock bottom
prices, and mean cash aud cash only.
Filty cents, at Winter's Gallcrv.
Tr v Mule Notice.
Uaiiio, 1 1.1... February 22ml, 187(1.
To M. D. (imiteraud ai others Intcrmled
You lire lieieby uolllicil Unit at a i-alo ol
lands Ii 1- Iho ihliuqiieut Slate, county, ills
tr et school, pcrMinal nnd otlrr taxis of
thu year 187-1 and costs, hell nt tho court
lnuise ilour hi Cilro. Alexander county,
Illinois, on l ho 27tU and 28ti davs of
May, 1871, Tliii'jtliy O'Connell purchased
too norm 11.111 01 11111 souiuwest iiunncr,
main shure In Fcetlouiio, tuwioblp 111, south
ranc'J, west nl dm 3rd principal inotldlun;
and the north hall of Iho southeast uu.irter
ol thu !Uuq Keellon, township mid raniro,
s'tuated In said county and State, ai d that
Iho tlmu given by law b r tlio ivdeuiptlnu
ol said liad.s will exiilro 011 tho 27th unit
2Slh d.in e Muy, 187(1.
Timothy O'Co.vngi.i., nirdiascr.
BKAI. KSTATI! AUKNT.
J0IO Q. HARMAN & CO.
JONVIYAHCKM, N0TAKUM FVBII0
Lud Areata at U IMafda Ofatnt 4
BurllMto (vail (iulncr
ffMtk Cr. Wtk am OkU Utm,
JWAKC1 1 . .
O. N; HUOHiST4"""
ESTABLISHED 1 8 AS.
S AFFORD, MORRIS
AND C ANDES,
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City National Baak BalMi&f, up-italrt.
Th' ?ifck.buh,d Aaraacy la Sontb
165 OOO OOO
K. .1. Ayrta. 8. D. Ayrea.
AYRXS Jc OO.
No SO Ohio Urea,
7 CAIHO, ILLINOIS.
BOX and BASKET CO
Dealer in 31
'..Ml kinds bard and ion,)
FLOORING, SIDING, LATH, BO.
Hill aad Tarcl,
2ornor Thirty-Fourth StTMt and
Sam'l X. WXXiBOXT,
Cor. EluhthiSt. and Comxaarclal At.
REFERENCES, BY PERMISSION
W. liltlrnliniKe ,t Hro. It. Y, Miller,
(J. M. Iluni- X llro., A. Alacal X Co.,
S'nm't Wll.,111, .sr.,
(j'rrrn A Wood.
;. 11. iHinuuni
Vl-tlT C11I1I ,
Aim X i.'o.,
.1. II. Iti.-d.
t:unnluKham Jk Vulwa I,
II. M. lliilm.
Col. McKvuIk. 1. t., Sam'l Walters.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholesale and IteUtl Dealer, la
Foreign and Domeitio
WINKN OF A 1,1, KINDS,
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
MESSUe. Sirrnt CO. bar ,eouUaUy
a large atock of the beat od 10 mar
ket, and ftireeapecJa! atteaUoo to lb, Wbaleaal
ranch of the biuineaa.
llv lrlnc f a sneel I . on '01 'I-
rcvttd by iho clerk I'iU . ., i
iVIoxan. er rountv. In tho Ststo u. . m. .
I) fioroi Kritlcrb W Fatrtborn and 'Ihco
ilvroKscd, lit in of Falrtliorn Band, and
airniiitt saiuh I, Kline, I will sell the tol-
lowl'g descr bed property, to-wlt : Lots
nuintiereil seven (,) and clglil(t)), lit block
niuiiliircdllilrty-eii,'ht(;W), In the city of
Cairo, county it Alexander and Stats ot
Illinois, as the property ol the said Sirah L.
Klii c at pullc kiIu ut tbo vouih-wo t door
or thu court houso In tho illy of Cairo, In
tho or ti-.ty of Alexander and flute ol Illl-nol-.
ou t u tfovcnltcntli (I7lh)diy of March,
A.I). IU7U, at the hour of ioon (II)
o'clock, A. M. , for cash, to satisfy said axc-
llltlon. A MX. il.lHVIN,
Bherln of Alexander county, Illinois.
Oaiiu), Ills., February Stth, 1H7H. H M-td.
By lrtuo ol a fp' ''. u H to IDS
directed ly the clcrl. e ' t court or
Alexander county,- In m "I'l I 'noli,
lufutor of llnnrKO Koth.i, , . tt
llclnliold V. HcUuer and Settle lkUuer, I
will sell tho following described propertr,
tj-wlt: I Jte houiei tltuated upoa Iota
nuwlmrrd lx (U) and aeren (7), (a bVick
nuiahrd twenty-seven (17), la Ua clly of
Calm, ciuniy of Alexander, ih the Stala af
Illinois; nrid a'ao lb laaachold eatata of
llehibold V. Uelzaer and Hettl Balaaer, la
and to aald lots sis and sevaa, u tka prop
erly ol said Helnhold V. Bclaar axllei
tia Uelzner, at public ado at the foathwMt
door of Iho court bout la the city of Can,
la the county of Alaxaa4er aad Matt
lWaels, f n Ihu BevtaOWi (I7) f
Mareh. A. U WW, at tke hour etorj;
Sheriff of AlaxajHhvCoIKteaia.
CaiM, IH Feb, U, HW. MM1