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ASUAI.ON r.OIMJK, Hilt M.
KnMitanf I'ythUa, niri lt t-vi-ry Krl
ilny nlnht at Inilf-pad eevt'ii, in (Mil
r'cllniva' Hall Hohb,
AI.K.XANDKIt I.OIMIK, No
llini'iemiiiu wniiT "i -
Iowa, nulla every ""'"" "'
' . Illlir- niiii-UM.im-, . ;
.oiunnri nil uwiiue, iiT" M
l,,U, III A" l.tm;, N. (
r www kn(.ami'Mi;nt, i o. o. r,. twit
i Jin iMd-rillowa' Hull (inllir Ural mid llilrd
i in Ada j III cmy monlli, at lmlr.iol aeti n
.IHt). II llOaSMAN, O. I
(iAIILIM.OIKlK.NO.zn.A.K. A A. M
r llnlil nviilnr intuiiiiinlratlnna In Ma
m3THnulia. Hull. cnrm r CVjiiim rrliil identic
' sr 'and i:ij;litli nlrift, on 'lliu mriiiiil ilml
mirlli Mnmlav hi tftcli tntiiilh.
KEY WEST CldAltB tliroo lor
25;contH, nt P. Tcicliiimn'ri, 101S
Coinracroiallttvonuo. 2 20 I in
for limiono "Mil 4'oliirailii.
'J'tiu Atchison, Toiirku himI Santa IV
railroad from Kalinin Clly utid Alchl-nu
mi llio Missouri river, vln 'I'oj-Iv:i. the
cniiltol ot Kuii(.t. mul tlm hcuntllul r
kuu.'i valley to tlu, I'oiKy .Mountain
Tim shortest route to I'uebelo the (iruud
Cation, Colorailo Hpriuj:, .MauHnu,
Pikes. Speak, (ii-il lilt jibiccs of note In the
mountain rcjIoti". lliu lavoilto route
to Denver iiml all points In Northern
Colorado. The best routo to .Southern
Colorado, Now -Mexico and A riona. Tin
only direct route, to the famous Hun
loan mines. Tin; track anil eijiiliinent
iK niiHinaled, trains run tliron'li from
the Ml.-sourl river, to the liocky Monti-
taln, i link 1 Hi: connections In I'uiou dc
iot.q and avoiding delays mid trail's
IVm. Tor lull descriptive, circulars
mops, time tables, etc., address
T. .1. ANIil'.USO.V.
Clen'l Pa.". A''( ut, Toieka. Kail.
Notice It h;tcby clrcn lint tlic liv books
for tlio yenr 1S75, hao been placed In tny
)iatnl- and tli.it I will bu at Dm foltov. iti
places, In Alcxmlcr county, on tlic day be
low set forth for the purpose ofcollucllin
said taxi ', l.t
In Clear Creek precinct, at the More of
II. Gullcy & Co., Cloar Creek l-ahdlr.f,-,
.Mareli Till, IHTO.
In Thebes precinct, at the adore or ('. A.
Man hlldon, Thoue- .March Mh, IsTC.
In Santa Ye precinct, nt the More of W.
Irclaiuj,. Santa Yv, Mirch !i, IsM.
In Goo): Iilund precinct, ut the store o
0. Orccnley, (loose Mand, March 10, 1S70.
In Doi Tooth precinct, nt the houo of
N. Ilunaacker, K'., March II, lsto.
In llazlewood precinct, at the otlico ol
Sara llriley Ktco, March II, IsTrt.
In Unity precinct, at tlic "tore of W. M.
Athcrton, t'nlty, March 15, 1ST0.
Iu. South Calio, at the oltlcc of .lohn (J.
llarman, Cairo, March lrilh, IsTfl.
In North Cairo precinct, at the court
house, Cairo, March Kill, IbTC.
The collector hereby call, the tpecial at
tention ol tax pay era to Section l:S7, ol the
(. haptcr upon revenue, revised ttstuti ",
In which he la icqulred to make dl-tralnl
upon the per-oual properly of all tax pi)
im In default lor pcisonal tac, alter
March intli. This prolton ol law will lie
vljjnrou.ly enforced. Tlioc iiitcrclcil uil
thcreforo bear tlio lacl In nil i I and c
HrliiK your lant year tax receipt, and do
nottrurt to the ta lotV for ill-crlptlon of
your land. AUI.V. II. 1KVIN.
Cairo, III., l'chinary Olh, 1 fTtJ.
KEY WEST CIGARS throo for
25 coutH, at P. Tcichmun'H, 102
Commercial nvomio. 'J-.'O-lni
A silver plated No. 0 Vll.ou .Sliuttle
Sewing .Machine, ban! (piano) linl-li,
Valued at f'O. Will be Hold at f'.'Odi
count, on ood terin. and ordered direct
Irom tin factory.
- Colored and mounted M:.p ot tin
illy ol Cairo at ?J .V) each (hall price.)
A No. li Wil-nn Shuttle Sew In;; Ma
r.bino valued at ''). Will be mid at
discount, and ordered direct from the
- A"$'.M) Keiulutoii Sewing .Macliine
:) oil 1'nr enili. .Sultablo for tailor or
boot and i-Ikk' inaiiufaetuter.
-A ntvli! "'M
'('lou'li, Warren (V
Co.'h" 1'arlorOraii, rlbt from ibe lae
torynt Detroit. I.l-.t pilee, Slam. Will
be old for $2WI.
KKHI beets of brl-tol boat d jiut re
ceived at the Uu.l.KTIN olliee, and lor
cnlc to the trade.
'll ol Culm,
colored and vaini-lied, for kiIu at ball
irlci! ($-'.W)) at tbi! llLi.i.r.ii.v olliee.
20,000 iioto hcniN, ;i(l,000 envelojics
UO.OOO letter heads 10 ream Matenidiits
20 rentm bill beaiU CailMe paper jut
received and for i-alo at tbo in
For any of the above articles apply a
be Hui.l.KfiN olllci;. II. A. lil'li.Nr.l I
LYNCH & HOWLEY'S
Real Estate Column
Lot 2, block fl, city, on Ohio levee,
liliovo Twelfth strict, outiddo lire limits.
Very cheap. Terms liberal.
Cottage, neat Nineteenth and I'oplnr
Ktectf. $-S per mouth.
Hood dwelllnj house on Walnut, be
tween Tvcnty..icond and Twenty-third
Store-room corner Twentieth and
Ilusinc.ss house on Levee, lately oc
cupied by Cuuiilnjihain & Hlilwell.
Winter's ltloek--suitable for Hotel
Olllccu or lluslness rooms cheap.
TenementH numbered 1, SandO, in
Winter's How, 5 rooms each, for $10 per
--No. 10 (corner), $12 r.0 7 room?.
Collate on Sixth street, near Wash
liiL'ton aventiu 1 rooms.
Store room in "Pilot House," lately
iceiinled bv A. Ilallev.
A small Hou.u west of Twenty
second btreet.uear Pine, $1 per month.
Dwelling hoiue on Sixth street and
Orphan Asylum building nmljpieml-
Kit Kent low, to a good ten mt.
Store room, corner Twentieth mid
Washington iwnue, $12 u mouth.
llootus In various parts ol the city,
FOU LKAHBOU SALM.
Lauds, In tracts to suit, near Cairo.
ha n;s r iivi:ki ihimj,
KTAII hilli fiiriidn ilniiiii:, arc due nmt r
ullll' IX AllVANl K
I iiiiihh ill ii'hi iIikImk will lie Infi rlnl nt lliv
l.lle nf II Ml iU'ill.le fnrtllli il in I IllPirllllll
mid I !i . nt-j fur i-vli itilwoiin-nl one. A lll inil
dlnmiinl lll l.c iiij.Ii. on nljil'lliiK iiml ill '.,iy
I'nr liiMjitliiR I'n in lal imtliii l . Siillicnl
inn lliu; nfKci li lli.i nr rirut nnh m ''hi hM fur
l lirli Iiim it nil.
l.'linnli, hooiitf, FitltAlniiit C iii r iinliiia
Hill only Ik'Iiim iIiiI aa luttt'tllM iiiciiU
Nn nirrll 'fim iit Will lie rrci lvcd nt turn limn
M ivnlA, nml mi nilwili-i iiicnt Mill U' in-uliil
fur li' tli.ui 1 1. IK' ilnllur i Ix l'lllnlllll
a.T3-i Local BuslnnHn Noticm.of
ij I? tun linen or morn, limoiluu
-" in tnu Ilullotlii iih lonown
CouirnenctiCoiintlni ut ten Linen.
Ono liiMiutlon tnr lino ......... Cuntn.
Two InHnrtloiimior lino 7 nritH.
Thron liiHnrtloim nnr lino 10 Cimtn.
Ml Inamtlmin onr linn ! Ccntii
'I wo wookn our Him 8! 6 GmitH.
(Inn tnnnth iinr linn .! CentM
No UfiilULtlori will bo mado in iibovii
.nvin .M i:mi:.tn .
I (lit (.11 V CI.IMIK.
W inii'iiiillinriiil In iiiuiniiurv tin- iimne nf
. A.MKs '..' VVA ma iniiil HU " Inr I lie
nllirci.rCilJ Cli'lK, lltllirlllIIIIIK lll elM'liOII
we niv ititlioriel ( niiiininip" IIk nnnie nf
l f AM. I.i n a raieli lull' for i -ilwltini ti
Hie mil' .' nl ( ilr (Ink ut (lie iii-iiIiik cliailir
WLDNLmDAV. MAK( II 1, 1--70.
KEY WEST CIGAItS three for
25 contH, nt 1'. 'IJcichmnn'B, 102
Coinmcrcinl avenue. 2-20 im
LOCAL SIPE WATER.
1'iMMi i r. Mr. I'. ritgernld mak
ing ImplovemeiiH iu his niuiplo room',
putting In billiard tables itc.
l'ltv Tiulm! Tnv Tiibm! Hall dime,
hall dime cigar, Havana filler, at
2-S-tf CowrKiiw.Mii: l'nii.i.iis.
Foil 1!k.t. One ol the new roltngci
on the north Ideof Tenth -Ireet, between
Washington avenue and Wi.lnut .'treet.
Apply at tin- cottage
--ij-ti .ii ns. .i. ii. i iiii.n.
Xdiifi:. Mr. I". Telchniali de-Ire to
nriiirv liU frteniK and the Diibllc L'enern-
ally, "that be has removed hii tobacco and
el'ar fton: from Lighth Unet to 102
C'oiniuercinI avenue. 2-20-lm
I.'oojh to Kv:m. Four rooms, and a
neat eottngu on Third Street, Irce from
i-Iik; water, and In good condition. Hit.
oiilru of Wm. Mr Hale, at the Delta
I'(n.n(ii. New York liarly l!o-e
led potatoe- tor rale at New oik .-tote.
We garrautco our -ccd potatoes'lo be
tnilghl.aml brought from the Hast.
. H.ii.i.nv. A .llnelot of table and
pocket cutlery, also i-pniles h()vel
hoes, rake, forl.-'.axes and a general Hue
of hardwate jut leceived by A. Halley,
115 Commercial avenue. 2-l-:im.
Mi.Tiioiu-i Soci.iiii.i:. The .ladle of
the MethodUt church will give a sociable
at the partonage llinr-day cvining.
M irch 2nd. The Invitation Ii general-
all ate cordlallv Invited and urged to at
Di-AiTOivini". All' IStinict, jr., agent
of Mr. All' Unmet the humorou- leetuier.
wa a gue.t at the St.Charle yctenlay.
We regret to tato that ho wa- unable to
make atraugemeuts for n hall iu whtcli
todellv(rhls lecture, con-eiiiiently our
people are deprived of a rare tie.tt.
Nmici: kiSiiii'I-i'.k-'. From March lit
freight for points on the St. Louis Iron
Mountain A Miuthern and Mobile .t
Ohio railway will be received and de.
Ilveii dat the Mobile and Ohio wliaif.
boat. .1. C. ZiMMi.n, agent. 2-l-:ii.
Tin m; Fakmi us. Fresh gaiden and
Held seeds at the New Yolk -lore: al-o
seed oats, onion tops etc. ''"wt In a large
otot plow-, and plow harness fr sale
low. CD. l'Aiim: A Co.
Irsr liiKT.iviin. A. llalloy ha jut
eeeived a line lot of canary and mock
ing bird cage-!, Ilower Mauds (loner
trainers, ba-kcts, archer, heart and
wreatlus, which lie liasniatkcd very low,
it 11. "i Commercial avenue. 2-lS-3m.
Si:i:n Fni AHiiis ! Cmiu.kii: ! IL .1.
undlir ha Jut rcceiiedoue car load ol
Northern Farly Ito-e, l!us-elt and Fcer-
s seed potatoes ; aUo a car load of
Noithcrn cabbage, tdl of which is fin
ale nt bis More, north Mile nf Klghth
Filter or tiii:Si:ason. Mr. ,lii. Maon
in cliurgc ol new 6 agents on M. C. It. U-
received a lot ot new cabbage from New
Orleans It may well ho .-aid that .Ilin Is
towiIIu'' the dcu'oti. but he assures us
that there Is nlciit v ninre ol them iu New
Orleans and very Mioitly our maikct
will bo ovcrMoi.'ked.
ISi:aii This. From tlio New Yoik
tore Coinineiclal Advertler: .Matches,
1 boxes 2."i cents ; starch, I pound 2.1
'tits t soda, I pounds 2." cents; soap, 0
bars 25 cents', lvc. 2 boxes 25 cents:
rice, II pounds 2.i cents. A few prices of
goods sold at the .New i ork store nt re
SiiMr.riuxii Xi:w. The ligbluiig, re-
clprocatlng, tin chum and egg beater,
the latct and the best ever mailt', at A.
llallcyV, who Is now selling bis large
stock (it stoves, tin and biittana ware nt
greatly reduced prices. Olvo lilm a call
betoroyott purchase, 1 in Commercial av
Sin: Knt'ii. C Koeli, :it his shop and
storeroom, No. HO Commercial avenue,
has for sale a steel; of boots and shoes of
bis own make ; also.a large stock of St
Louis custom made hoots and shoes. He
keeps the best material and is up iu all
the laleM slyles. Ills Ills are perlect, mid
satisfaction Is guaranteed. (Uvu lilm
1 I : l . 1 1 1 1 : -. - - llni M-won iieing open
the i pi; water U di-appeaiin'r Mijiap
bliy, and II Itdiclliie- ns rapidly ,1 If did
J i "lerday, will coon be one o I In thing
ol the pat,at all event for this icar.
From the lenor ol ediiic of tin mot
toe-t In the MiirdHlraopaiinle yenterday,
one iiilght Inlir Hint there is 'olui
little opiio'llloli to Ceiinnl Itabeixl. Ill
I'l.sM.i.vllll". I.CfMili'. uivili ill Pen-
maii'hip, line I Viiin.ni'lilp, Kleaiuboal
and I'ook-keeplng, iu all Its forms
Faril wilting, Foiling up accounts
Copying, etc., at the looms nf t .1,
Ilowe,.Nos. li" and Ki, Winter's I'.hick,
conu r .Seventh street and Commercial
avuiiiie. I.adlen vhr (very afternoon
from I to .i o'clock, and Saturdays from
2 to I o'clock. I.'.".) Im.
jS'oimt. I'm lies fndehtid either by
note or book for l lie year isTS, iiiu-lcil'
and settle (heir accounts at once. All
account- not settled by March 1., 1 'TO,
will be placed for eollcellon. Wc mean
bulue s and are determined to sell goods
low, but only to prompt paying eitMoni
ers or fur ready onMt.
Cns, o, I'Aiimi.
2-27-lOt New Yoik Stole.
Dit. .1. W. Mncnni.. Dr. J. W.
Mltehel, who cures pih's wllhout kuilc,
ligature or eauMlc. will pi rniaueutly lo
cale In Cnlro April 1,1670, for the pur
pose of treating all chronic and surgical
di-eaes; uNo dlsca-'c peculiar to female.
Dr. M. Is physically unable to attend to
general practice, and so has lor years,
turned bis whole attention to specialties,
mil bat thus attained great skill In the
treatment of pile (guaranteeing a cine
In cicry case), and all other chronic and
rtirgieal diseases, either ol the male or
lemale, very sucte-Mully healed.
Itefercncc through Dr. Ilrlgliam to the
hiisiucs men of Cairo. 2-1-Iltw
l'l. A! Tins. j tail mitotan Is telling
ojf at eost. Till Is no dodge to Induce
jteople to buy, but .Mr. Hartman uieam
what he says, lie desires to go out of
the dry good trade and will ijuit that
branch of his bu-luessa1' oon as his pres
ent Mock can be ill-xi-c(l of. In this
connection it limy be well to state that
his ..lock Is not old or shell' worn, but on
the contrary Is fro-h and seaonab!e, and
ot the latet styles, con-l-tlng of such
good a5 are u-ually to be found In a
llr.-t-cla.-s dry good More. Ills Mock ol
notion-' and gent's inrnlMilng goods l
aUu large and select, and will be sold for
one-third less than the same can be pur-cha-ed
clscwhen'. All Mr. Hartiinii
i'U" U an examination of bis good and
price" to convince every one that be
mcnuslust what he savs. Call and si e
Si.i'.Ki'i.vn Cut Koinir.iiv. Last night,
ju-t iM'fore reaching Du (jitolu, it wadi"
coicrul that some light-lingered gentle
man had "gone through" the sleeping
ear attacho! to Conductor Morgan's
train. Among the property taken was
all the clothing of Major Ld. llalliday
ot this city; the clothing of Mr. .1. F.
Hinckley, superintendent of the Cairo
and St. Louis railroad, ami al-.o that of
Mr. Thomas F. Whitney, clerk of one of
the government snag-boats now laid up
ut.Mouud City. The conductor, Mr. .Mor
gan, gave Information to the city mar
shal of Du Quoin, and alter reaching
here received a dl-patcli, stating that all
the clothing had been found where it
had been concealed in a warelton-e at
Du Hiioiu, and would be sent forward
by next train. The city of Du Quoin is
fortunate in having n energetic an otli-
ecr as her city nrir-hnl hat proven him
self to be.
I'i:i!ho..i.. Mr. II. C llouion, o
the .loiieshoro (lutiile, "took in" Mnrili
Mr. l'cler W. Maker, correspondent
of the Chicago Mttrmtiy (Atirkr, was at
tlie St. Charle's yesterday.
Mr. C D. Williams, agent of. Mesrs.
ltrown, llolloway X Co., of St. Louis,
book publislirrs, N stopping at the Ar
lington. -Will C. Slaughter of Ibe .laekson
(Teiin.) Dhjxitch, was hi the city yester
day on his way to Chicago, lie will te-
tinii iu about ten days, mid wi-hes all to
remember that ld paper is Hie Im t ad
vertising uiedluiu lor North Mississippi
and Western Teniie-see.
The following gentlemen, delegates
ol tlio Chicago Hoard of Trade, to the
fcneral Hoard ol Trade meeting to bo
held at New Orleans to-morrow, were at
the St. Charles hotel vcMcidav: .1. P.
Uuni-ey, II. S. .lolin-nu, .1. S. Peerron-
elte, .1. M. Hall, W. S. .luild, IraTonibcf-
Mauim (.iiiAS'AT t'liiin, One of the
ino-t pleiisibg ami amu-ing at
fairs tlmtrer occurred in our city was
the Miurffi Urn festival, that for the llrM
our city, took place yesterday.
day was one ot the most beautiful
and spring-like Imaginable, ami all the
Utile folks and a good many of the old
ones were on the yiii ri're from an early
hour until 10 o'clock, when the "MyMie
Crew" began to assemble at the corner
of Sixth and Commercial avenue in great
numbers, and Iu every Imaginable dis
guise, mid the wonder seemed to be,
"where they .all came from," At 11
o'clock the procession was formed, which
marched to the font of Sixtli
street and onto the wharf-boat to
welcome bis, Koyal Highness, King
Comus and Ills iiieen Mrs. Counts. Af
ter waiting for a -hort time their royal
highness who had just arilved by the
steamer Isddyvllle made their appearance
and it right royal pair they were. Ill:
majesty then mounted a Hue steed, cle
gantly capaiisoned, and her highness
was assisted to Hie bank of a diminutive
pony, when the word was given ami
they placed themselves at the head of
the column, which moved to the corner
ol Sixtli street ami Washington avenue,
whele ids honor, Mayor Winter wcleom.
ed tlie royal pair, anil delivered over Hie
keys of the city to their royal keeping
for Hie ensuing twelve hum's, giving over
to their majesties the entire eourol of Hie
, clly, and iclieviug Ids chief of police and
olhrrolli.ii from duly for the Imie In
lug ;- i a (! allow them a cluiitv (, ., .
M-tlli Hi" f'.'sllvltlcsof III" dry.
The piocccsjon was bi.eli'd by tlnir
majesties King and Queen Cotuu , U
lowcdhy the Mystic Krew, olll, ers. niu"
ficlans hi a magiiillceiit bind wagon'
ollleers iiinl members of lie crew on
hoi eb.vk, and in carriage., 'If , f0.
lowed rcprc-ciitutlnu ol the trade, meli
ns blacksmith Miop with workmen,
eoopir shop irpreentliig the Egyptian
mills, wagons ol the Paradbe Coal Co.,
a wagon on which was n printing proas,
etc., frim the AriH'-Jottrmtl ollloe, lt Dili!
elepliatil I'm ni Hie uicnigarle of Mcusw.
l.'oth.ehlld Si Co., pmilct, and
elegant bind wiigmi from the same
company. 'I lie Turner society were
fully represented on wagons and ou
horseback, evlng machines iu wagons,
etc,, etc., with mottoes mid burners so
numerous that we will not attempt a
description for want of time ami space .
Tin.' pageant proceeded through the
ptluclpnt Min ts of the city, ami was
hailed with -limits of delight thtougti (he
entire line or maieh. The proees.iou
was llually disbanded at 12 m. and the
MjMic Crew diappeired as strangely as
they had made their appearance, and In
hall an hour afterward', nothing could
bo seen of the grain! proiHwdon
which but a Miort vnMin1' ,"fo''e
had tilled (he streets V, ui
Taken altogether the nllii I Is one long
to be remembered, by the citi.ens ol
Cairo, and we trust that the exhibition of
yeterday Is only a -ample of what we
shall see Iu the future. Properly man
aged, these entertainments will he not
only :i source of pleasure but protit to
the city nt large; whui the next one
eomc oil', may we, like .lohn Cilpiu,
'lie there to ne."
Tin- 'town of .tuna VNlli il In n !).
slriiellle I Ire -.Siiltle- or I.nsris mill
Anna, Iu.., Feb. 2!), Ib75.
Jno. II. Oiumi.v Curo : A destruc
tive Hie broke out in the husne.. portion
of town last nli'lit about lhllO o'clock.
It inut certainly be the work of an In
cendiary, us where the trc started was
unoccupied lor over two tuomlin. Alter
the alarm was given, it wis lound the
rear end of what was formerly known as
.lliu llnmmon'g saloon, was on tire. It
spread rapidly to the building north
and south, until the entire block was iu
llanies ami burned to the grounds.
Losses so far as ascertained are Sipilre
Levey, on furniture, bedding, ete.,
$2,000 ; no insurance. Hathaway t Hug
gott, los ;1,."00 ; no liuurauce, save on
two billiard tables saved. Hugh Doyle,
on business liou-e, lo-s SI.SOO; 51,000 In
surance, .lohn M. Lulkln, loss i'!,K0, ou
building and stock; Sl,000 insurance.
T. M. Pernne saved inoM of hisgnod',
hut tlie buildings consumed were set
down as worth ffl.OOO eah. No insur
ance. liiscoreaud Kami, ill, attorney at law,
saved books and nlllee furniture.
Aldcn dry liou'c, which Is of brick,
S:KK). Fully Insured.
The Odd Fellows lo.-t their hall and
their stationery fixtures, but saved por
table and movable paraphernalia.
Concert Hall, scenery. stage, chairs, ami
auditorium entirely con-tuncd.
Boon's b.uber shop destroyed, but
Had not the wind changed, O'Callahau
it Hall, Terponlt. and others would have
gone up. All moved out save O'Calla
hau ,t Hall, who braved the lire Iu prefer
ence to have their stock of Move? and
tinware mined, broken and .stolen. The
icsiilt proves their judgment correct.
Several families nre lwiicle. (his morn
ing. Nearly all tlie merchants burned
out are men of mean-. Il is only u ones.
(ion ol time when, I'hoeiiK-lIhe, large
and commodious buildings will replace
thoe burned down. If w e only had your
Arabs, Hough and Heaths, llll crnlans or
Delias along and we east u. longing look
in Cairo's direction ; but tlie people hero
seem to love "to lock the .stable after the
Meed ! stolon." If tlod would only he
kind enough to let it rain iu case of lire,
but Cod don't seem to know what is
needed by indolent people.
i:epcetfully, Con o'Cai.i.uian.
II. in. .lulm II. Olierly, (,'aliu,
Dr. in Sin : We have Jut had a large
lire iu our small city. The lire broke out
at llltceu minute before 12 last night in
tlio rear of the building loruierly occu
pied by .lames Ilniiiuioiis ou Kallro.nl
street, west .side, and by half-past one
the whole block composing'!'. M. Fcrrin's
store, Odd-Fellow-,' hall, Concert hall, T.
M. Itoon's harbor shop, A. L. ltritloit's
shoo shop, Haggottit llathawa'siloon,
.1. II. Lulkliis' large f.i'nlly grocery,
ll-i. Levey's exlenIve furniture store,
jiolieo magistrate's olllcc, and the frame
hiilhling lornierlj owned by .lames II,
Smith, now owned by Hugh Doyle. Per
rime bad no Insurance, l.ulkiu had t? I ,i00
on building and stock, Hugh Doyle had
idOiiOon biilldiu.', Haggott ,t llalhaway,
$000oii billiard tables. Their billiard
tables were saved but nil the balance of
their stock mid building, on which they
had no Insurance was lo-t. Hiawatha
Lodge saved their books and u small
amount of regall.i. We abo
saved our charter. Our loss
was live or six hundred dollars
but wo urn left hi good working order,
our Meiiiiipui'.'iit saved a small portion of
its paraphernalia; it Is also In good coutll
The surrounding buildings on all sides
were saved with the greatest dllllcully.
The LivbigMon building oceupKd by
Tcrpenltz as n Jewelry store was badly
scorched ; the three story bilck Allien
dry house lot all tlie doors and windows
on the South side, but no other damage.
As the lusers are all able mid cuergellu
business meiii I have no doubt but they
will rebuild In a more substantial man
lier, mid go ou with "ihelr business
with but little liileiruptloii. F.. Levey
I presume, w ill feel tlio loss most set ions,
ly. Hu has already rented Ibe bilck ou
Main stiecl, oppo-lte the .Man-Ion house,
and will cnnnncnce business with Hie
rrmiiHiit ol furuilurc immediately ; In lai t
nil fianii s wci,. negotiating for tempo
rary pli s fo eomiiience while their
liomes were yd buinlng.
Trulv and Fratcinally yours,
C KniM'H iiii.k.
lie N loll ei leiinl In
:l lliillellii He.
Tbeannoiinceineiil of the iicenl llldlit
inetilof .Mr. David T. Llnegar.ln Spring
Held, for complicity In (bo Lebanon dl
tilleiy frauds, caused considerable local
comment iu ('alto. Owing to this tact
we Interviewed that genlleiii.tn on the
subject, with sub.tantlally, the following
"Mr. Llnegar, who Is at the bottom of
"I do not know, precisely. I was n
(onlshed when I saw that I was Indicted
at Sprlnglleld lor complicity in tin; Leb
anon distillery matters."
"The last Indlclincnt. seems to trouble
you more than thetlrst ?
"Yes! because two Indictments lune a
tendency, no matter what the result may
be, to (h stioy my character."
"Mr. Llnegar, what have on had todo
with these crooked affairs thathad a ten
dency to caue tlio present unfortunate
"1 had nothing to do with the crooked
whisky matters that looked to the swind
ling of the government. The only in
stances I had anything to do with whis
ky matters were when the wiong (if any)
had already taken place."
"Will you please state tho-o Instances V'i
"The first Is of no consequence so far
as this interview is concerned. I recehed
a iciegram irom . .11. isarton to go
to St. Louis ; that I could receive a good
fee and reach home by returning train. I
went to St. Louis, ami there met llarlon.
Me said to me that there were some par
ties alarmed who thought they had been
reported for misconduct as distillers. I
did not know, null! Hint time, that theie
was any such distillery iu existence as
lis; Lebanon distillery. They wanted to
employ me to prevent any seizure of that
distillery, llarlon (hen oll'ered mo a fee
as a lawyer, to look- alter the Interests of
"I "pon this, then, Mr. Llnegar, you
think theSprlnglleld Indictment hinges?''
"Have you bad anything to do with
any of tlic conspiracies to defraud the
governuvut out of its jud revenue.?"
"I have not."
"How long have you known Hat ton
and where did you llrst became ac
quainted with lilm?
"I first became aeipialnted with him lu
Princeton, Indiana, iu 1S.VJ. lie was
then a merchant lu that town, and 1 bad
iu-t been admitted to the bar."
"Have you had much intercourse with
him -ince you left Princeton ?"
'Not very much. What 1 had with
him waMit a bu-iuus character."
"You feel embarrassed and gi loved over
this, then, owing to tlic publicity given
to your iianu'."
"I do. Any man who has any regard
for bis character would feel regrets at
seeing his name associated with oll'eiiscs
of Ibis kind in these times of personal and
public excitement. All I ask 1 that my
friends will not Judge me by rumor, but
await tlie is'iie of the trial."
"Have you, Mr. Llnegar, ever had . any
conversation with Pope or Munn iu lef
erence to the Lebanon distillery?"
"I have not, at any time, had any cor.
vcr-atlon with cither of thee gentlemen
In referetiic to Hie Lebanon distillery."
'Do you think Dan Munn innocent of
the charges now hanging over him?"
"I do not know anything about the
Wlr(inln or Chicago matters. So lar
as the St. Louis nll'air is concerned I
know be Is innocent."
"What doyon jifiijioso (o do iu your
"To dclend myself according to law,
and I simply ask a suspension of public
"Dave you employed coun-el?"
"Yes. They are.lohn II. Mulkcy and
W, .1. Allen. I will act according to
their Instructions, and have no fear of the
This ended Hie Intel view. Mr. Llne
gar seemed to have been laboring under
considerable mental excitement, but was
cool and loli'clcd when we conversed
KEY WEST CIGARS thrco for
25 cents, ut P. Toichmiui'B, 102
Commercial nvonue. 2-2o-lm
Alice (lie 1'ire.
.1. (ieorge Stembouso may be found
since tlie ll ro at bis new shop, on Klghth
street iu tlie Alexander County Hank
building, where he will welcome all hl
cii-tiinicis. mid serve them iu n artistic a
manner as ever befoie, with smooth
shaves, fashionable hair cutting mid
We will pay no bills contracted by any
employe of Tin; ltui.i.un.v, unless the
same is made on a written order signed
by tlie president or secretary of .the com
puny, and we will accept no orders glicn
by an employe of Hie company, lor any
CaIIKI Ul'I.I.UlIN l O.MI'ANV.
November 10. 1S7.1. tl
A ". I l.iuilllll'.l'.
It is now conceded that Mrs. Coleinaii
the laundress, No. 12 Fourth street, be
tween Washington and Commercial hvc'
lillL's, lias cue of tlie bcM coiiduclcd hiuii
dry establishments in tlie '.'Ity.aitil laud
lords of hotels mid hoarding houses will
llud It to their advantage to call upon
her. Her pi ices are as follows! Hotel
mid boarilliig-house washing 7" cents
per dozen. For piece work prices are as
lollows; Single shirt and collar, 10c; per
dozen, SOe; socks, "v two collars .V;
two handkerchiefs iV", vests, 20e; and
nil gentlemen's wear, M)c. per dozen.
Ladles plain calico ihes.es 2."e; calico
dics-es with extra trimmings.. 'On; white
drcs.-cs, $ 2,-,e; ladies' iniderwaie, line
and coaise, ?1 00 per doell. 1-2 l-tf.
Steamer .llm FIsk, Paducali,
" Henry C Yncger.New Orlean
Hello ol Shreveport, .V. O,
" Sii'lc Silver, New ( Means.
" Mddyvlll.', Nashville.
" llisinarek, Now Orleans.
Steamer .!hn FIsk, Paducali.
" Henry (.'. Vncgcr, St. Lotiis.
" Hello of Shreveport, St. Lonl.
Hlsmarck, St. Louis.
" Sii.-Ie Silver, Cincinnati.
nivmi, wi:wiii:n iur.sii:ss.
Tlio rivers continue to decline cry
The weather was clear and cool.
The Hubert Mitchell Is due for New
The Kapides, from Tensas for New
Orleans, sank live miles below llaton
Kongo on .Monday morning. All ou
hoard were saved.
The Kddyville arrived from Xashiille
on Monday night. She laid 212 hhds
tobacco and L02 aeks. She went back
The Su-io Silver enne up yesterday
about noon. Sho put oil 2iK) sacks salt
tor Nashville, and a lot of hides for Chi
I'apt. DaveSllvcr's wlle,whocainedown
fioin St. Louis on Hie Illinois Central r0ad
yeterday afternoon, Joined tin Susie Sil
ver due and went to Cincinnati.
Mardiiiras has come and gone mid
now it is time for the weary and woin
out excursion parlies to begin to make
their way homeward.
The Mary Hello had one thousand bales
ol cotton Irom Memphis for Orleans,
when she burned at Vlcg.lnirg on Sun
day afternoon, which was Insured lu the
Phoenix of Memphis for $0,0(10, and In
(recti .t Lucas' Kugllsh ugency tor
Tlie ( I'ceol.i, while on her way from
at. Francis river to Memphis, struck ii
'tiagat Peter's Landing, forty miles be
low tlie latter point at 1 1 o'clock on Mon
day night, and sunk lu eight feet ot
water. So lives were lost. The Osceola
had three hundred hales of cotton, which
were taken olVby the Ml la and carried to
their destination. The boat can be
raised, and the Kckert will go to her re
lief. The .11111 FIsk had a big trip down
yesterday Afternoon, The principal items
ot her cargo were 20 bundle hubs lor C.
It. Woodward, 10 sacks wheat tor Cudli-
gcr's mills, 3.7) bundles hubs and ICO but',
dies felloes tor Memphis, 210 bundles
giecn bides tor St. Louis, ! .pieces of
marble for the Cairo and Vluoenncs rail
road, and a lot ol miscellaneous
freight for other points. She went back
Willi a fair cargo.
Kitty cents, at Winter's Gal'.erv.
.lllentliiu I lleuleri.
Wo have four do.en Imitation Ebony
Sprague Can-Openers, taken for adver
tising, which we will sell at two dollars
per doen. Iuitilre at Itulletin olliee.
Colli ! Colli !
I wMi to Inform the citizens of Cairo
that I keep on hand a large supply nt
coal of dlU'crent kinds, which I will sell
us follows, delivered in any part of the
city: s2 ..0 to s( per ton, cash, and full
weight guaranteed. .I.imks Koss.
Tux . ol lee.
N'nliiv Is licnliv given tn nil inidins enn
crirasl. tlittt nt ii ule nl lmiils tmil inwu iiml rllv
lota, litlil lit III. Miutliue-l ilnor nf tlie innrl
lioii-e, ill lliulJllv (if Culm, (.'iniiily nf Atenn-
iirr iiihi rs i it , in iiihimii., nil hip win u.iy in .nine,
A. II , 171, Im- tin- Sll.llu enmity, llllllicllc lm.il
uiid iitlici' tusi-s nl' tlie )i-irlS7.l, nml enit.s, tlie
iiiulrrnlKiiMllHi'nnii' tlit'ur'lmrrut' tlie tnUnu-lui,-
ilficrili.it 1 amis In suld cniinty, insul nml
Fulll u n III lil M l t'llltll, vl 1
ll'ni; In wlin-e inline
f'rlPic SicT'n Wi-l A'rs la.wl nml nolit.
!-, :io 15 1 mi MurhiiliMuirlilMuii
', :m r 1 sil .Inlin Kimili
livw HI IS l 40 Mttry A. Mli'lidl
ajv lie ai Hi I III i:innm Y. IdiulliiL's
M-liW U IS '.' H II. Mnallim,'
Ami Unit llio llnie Ol liili'inntiuii will rxtilre
Jiinu l'.'lli, A. I . IsTil.
.lACUlt MOI!i:i.ori;, l'nuliaMr.
Caiihi, llllndis, MiiiiIi lot,
lly virtue of n special execution tome dl
roetcd by lliu clerk uf the circuit court of
Alcxuimcr coiiuly, In the Stitii ol IIIIiidI-,
in favor o KredericK Fairtlinrn and Thco
dure Itand, tlrui of Falrlliorn ,V Hand, and
nalli't Sarah I,. Kline, I will null thn lol
luwD described properly, to-wlt : Lots
uuuiliered seun (7)anit cl'lit (S). in block
imitilieivtl tltlrty-clirlit (:), lu the city of
Cairo, county of Alexander and Htato of
Illinois us tlie property ot the Mini siarali I,.
Kllmi at tiuhlle alu at tlio -nutli-uo t door
it the court lion-o in llio city nl' Cairo, In
llio eonUy or Alexander nml Statu nl Illi
nois, out eh'oeiilcenlli(lTlli)iliiv ol March,
A.D. lKTii. at inn Hour or Kiovcn II)
o'clock, A. M,, tor cash, to Mitlidy said exe
cution. AI.KX. II. 1HVI.V,
Slicrill of Alexunder county, Illinois,
Oaiiiii, Ills , February ir.th, lsTil. 2 fidil.
lly virtuu of a peclal execution to me
directed by the clerk of the circuit court of
Alexander county, in the Stall el Illinois,
lu favor of (luore Hichtner, mid against
Itelnhnld V. Ilelnor and Settle lleluer, I
will Mill tlio following described property,
to. wit: l'he houses tiiUutcd unon loin
nmubercd ,-lx- (li) and seven (7), In block
muuhclYit twcnty.st.v (-fi), and lot
numbered three (.'!) In block
twentvuru (J7). In the clly of
Cairo, county nl Alex tinier, In the Mito of
Illinois j anil iiimi tlie leieliniil ritato or
Itelnhnld V. Ilelnor and Settle llfUncr, In
and to raid lot i-l.v, "even, and three,
s the properly ol mild Heln
hold V. Hulner nml Set
tin llel.nrr. at puhllu hjKi at the inulliwcst
ilii-i- of i.'ui a ii't liniiso in Hie city ot'U iiro,
in llm ciiuiity of Ali'Minder mid btute ol
Illinois, en lliti Sevditcenth (17ti) iDy of
March, A. 1)., Is7il, at the hour of eleven
(II) o'clock, a. in , for c.i.li to nattily tald
exoculloii. ALK.V. II IliVIN,
Sherlir of Alexander Co,, Illinois.
Cairo, III., Feb, '.'ij, W. 2-23 id
sl'lit siiiiiv. Kim, mull mlvi'iilitri' on
Slll'll (llVllNKMB ANIi" .MSY lIA.
My sillies ul' llm (Incut, .'jo Umiiuusus.
Urlliliti u Illy, I'lili'italnliiR-tlii' inn'l lUlmcllro
book, nut fu rvcir irspiTt Hrlrile It nclU
inilily,iiiysi!i'iiillilly I AHKNI'S WASTKIl.
In AM llOUI't'lll.lsill.NUUl,, Viil'inc.stud,
1 l.i.ut ln i.lr...lni...
ii inn ninnri! inr iicci uniie i'iitiiuii ami ii'i'ins.
T Nf ..
'1 V nil ....
oliVfi thnf oi . I ciirernpij notice Is hmhy
Khcn that nt snla of Umts and cltv loir
l?h"T ll,,,,'"l0.nt s,fl,e "tafia
school and other taxes of tlio year 1K8. "nd
101. P il nl II, p -nor l,ni..o .L... 1 '..irnU
' ? the unilcMlgncd punhaje'l
ell. '''rM".111 Hie llr-t addition to the
th :.u,, 1,1 roun,Jr
ntl l .nl,l ..''.I, l"1 l,tVl"f b(,n ""
h i h h,'i ""J10 f I'I'llllp Hux,
I.Vt,,. isl-n0t"ill,'xP,ro u Hie 20th iby
riKliill ,..r-niin cincirnf.1. nolle. , lrr,i
I Klvi'li tlml ut n null. i, I.ukU i.n.1 city Ini r ;r
Hi;' ilelii.iii. tit. .stt... rnunty, diMrlclr W)
lie Cf.url Imii.e, frnnt ilnor, III IliepltV of ('.it,,
llihililn,r.lnne, Is7l, Ihr tin.le r-lKnl Isn-ann-iW.
'll,,,,rJ fnllnHhiK .l.-.Tll,l lot,.
ioii 'Hid m l,i (m- t inrtli, (o-wlli
j ! j i 1 1 i -
1 1 n ass, sr.?
Ami that IliHilinc fnr the redemption or Mid
InU frnni ald -nip Mill rxnlrc on the third ilv
or.iuni, is7.i. .aciiakaii iVSiATiiua,
talro, llluols, I-eh, a, ls:o. i'nrcluwr.
J-I6- 1 It.
To nil js-rnons conci rmil, notice It lierchy
Kiti'ii Unit at n nale of lands and town ami rity
hits, fur tlie delinquent .Stnlu, county, illtlrlrt
n'linol and other lac nf the yenr le::i, ami
nt-itini mt-tuimiwi-Bieriy uoor 01 inftroiirl
house, lu Hit- City nf Cairo, County of Alejau
der and Mate nf Illinois, on the third day of
lane, IS7I, Midis.a I,. Clark iiurrlmaeil (fie fid.
Iimlni; desrrlbed lot), aitiinteil In uild city,
county and state, tnied and sold In the nauiea
wiow ei lona, to-wu:
Lot. lllock. tu wlioce name taxeilkiul aold
-'I II, M. Ilulen
I'J ' A. II, Whltaker
That aatd .Mall':l I,. Clark has aaalmml her
eirtllli'iitu or iurrha.e for the alwie ili
aerilKsd lots tn the innleralmieil, and that the tfme
of redemption from aaid aide allowed by law,
will exelir mi (he third day nf June, 170, No
nce 11 nun iien'uy Kiien inai ai me same sale anil
for the Slime Inrcs, luld at the an me (ilart, nn the
tirell'th day or dune, ImT I, aaid .Maliaaa I,, Clark
iiurchasid ihrrullowlnjf ollier.rorty, altiiateil
iu nald County of Alexander, taxed and "Old In
the names liefuwstt forth, to-wlt;
Part Pec. T, It'iig No. Iu wlioae name taxed
Sits w'at. Act a andaold.
awii-i- 2 IV to John lxttt, Jr.
se e Ml IS 2 ID .lohn lovett.
n iv a iv 'il
so John I.oretl. Jr.
o W. II. l'armtt.
Ml AlmanoD W'orUillitou
so IIukIiI". Cralff.
(o IIiikIi 1'. Craljf.
71.'s)-10or,.Minsker. " M
i:i Kmuia '. Itawlinsa,
aw mv a-J
e1, te II
aw m W
ae rnr SS
lie nw A e
lit nwrnrM IS
e ;u iu
v,iiw- is ii a im .iniuuame.s
that aaid Muliaaa I,. Curk Ima alan iualimn.1
her M-rtilleate uf i.urvluise fnr the ahove de
aernnsi lamia 10 ine itmietaiKniM, ami that the
lliuo ut" redemption trniii aaid u!e allowed by
law will eilri' nn llietwelltti day of June, ltd..
S.ilil.Malisn I, Clink, at the lame ante, fur the
aiime taxes, held ut the aaim place on (tie twen
tieth day of June, 1.11, purcha-wl the followlnir
oilier lots, ailiutcl (n tlie I', until addition tn aaid
(lly ori'airn, iu aaid enmity and State, taxed
ami sold as Is l.nv aet forth, to-witi
I. nln. Illnrlv. Iii wlio-v name (axed and told.
Sl.t'W - Sth Ad. VT. D. Murphy.
That aaid Mjllssa t.. Clark haa alo aaelsneit
her rertillcate nf liurehane for the aliove describ
ed lots tn the uudcralKnetl, aad that the time o f
ledeniptinti from anld aale, allowed by law, Will
expire on Hie 'Mh day of June, 1S76,
, JOHN GATES,
Asslcneo of purchaser.
Cairo, Ilia., relmuryM, Is'D. 2-2i-dJt
Tn A (I. ltoliertson, T. J. Jeffreys, Claiborne
Winaton. David .Muck, J. II. TlnRlcv, and 31.
V. and II. II. Johnaon, and to all ollura whom
It mnT i'i4ieerni you and inch nf you ure hereby
notllled that tin the nd (third) day or June, A.
II. , IS7I, at u tax sale, held at the court houae
door, in the City nf Cairn. In the County of
Alexander and State nf Illlnolt, br the (hen
slirrhr und ex-ntllcin rol lector of aaid count)1!
nf lan'la and lotadellmiii'iit for the Mate, county
l.'aironml Vlm-eunea railroad interest, district
limit, diatrlrl K'liool and corporation nf the City
nf Cairn tave.s Inr lliu year A. I)., IS73, J. V.
IVInatnii Inrame I he piircliii.cr 'of Ihti lota and
liimlsiiasesMt In Ibe iinmea and lor Iheamoiinta
ol' Liven nml t'liata heieln below act furtli, lo-wili
If - t
IPS M v
' y i; o 5 si m"t
8 P B
.Aim uiai me aaiu .1. t.. w iiiadin. tne pur-cliu-cr,
ii'tl-nnl all rU'lil. tltlu anil intcreat
nhli'lihe htd aeiiilris by lirlueof aaid purcbaae
iu and In Hie alsiie de'i-rllied town and clly lots
and liai'ta ur pancla of land to Claiborne iViu
Audthiit the aaid Claiborne Winaton luvlnr
been ailfiidcnl a bankiuiit iinnti hi, nwn ieiu
linn, nml Die linilerahoiiHl. .1. Tavlne Amliti.
hallux la-en dlllv ehnaeii nml BiiimfntMl tli h..
alk'nie of laid Win. tun, arcordlnic to the provis
ion- nn-mi in i-uii(vna eillllieu -'All act lo
eatnhlMi u iiiill'nrin ays I cm of bankrnploy
iiiiuiiiiiiiui nn- uuiitsi aiea, - iipiiruiaii aiarcn
Vd, Ikii;, and the amendatory acta thereto. And
that all iIkIK. title and Intcreat nf aaid Winaton
lu ami tn aaid toil n ami city lota, nml tracu and
ji:I,l-i "l li.llil lllli,-ii-.L life,, nvijuiiYii UV VII1UU
nfaalit iisaiKiiment, Is veated In aaid J. Taylor
Muilli aa axkuts' of aaid bankrupt.
And lh.it the time for the redemption of eald
Iota and lamia will expire on llio third (3d) day
nf .lime, A. II., ISTi'd and that unless the tame
aiiau i iciieciuiHi tne underMKUiM will apply
for a lived lo aaid lota and lands.
J. TAYI.OK SMITH,
Assignee of t) Winston, Bankrupt.
Cai no, Illinois, February X. IM, 2-2ik3t
PAINT AND OIIJI.
B. F. PARKER,
?aints, Oils. VarniihM,
Vall Fapor, Window QImi. Wim
dow Shades, fco.
Always on ham), the celebrated i'V'Mlmtint
Ojrnor EUranth treat utt WaoklBaT
; -i o i .