Newspaper Page Text
LYNCH & IIOWLTJY'S
Real Estate Column
Two good collages on Twenty-Ninth
' licet, near Cniuincrclal avenue.
-Slum inmu on (.nmiiificial avenue
next In WnVcily hotel,
Dwelling house on 1 liiitccnth slteel,
ll'-ar Couiincn lid avenue.
timid dwelling limine (HI Walnut, In
twci'ii 'I wenty-i cond ami Twciiiy-lh'rd
Store-room miner Twentieth ami
--Two Mors' horn-eon .ith street, vct
(il Washington nvc mil.1.
Iliine m Wnliiiit .sticct, nenr ("i nter
- ili'.T-iuit preinics.
Ilnine on Join UK') cial livenile, Hear
l'lth street. Suitable fur bulni" iinil
lloll't' on Cotlilill'Miiil livenile, above
bib stint, Suitable lor hmdiic.-s mill
iw!iii's lioil'C on i.cvcc, lately oc-
i-uplul hy Cunningham A. .Stllvvell
Winter's Hlock- Millabtt; lor lintel
OIlliX'N or llulnes rooms cheap.
i'dieim-iits numbered I, 8 undo, In
Whiter' How, 5 room each, fur S10 jier
A'o. 10 (coiner), $12 50 7 romff.
Cottage on Sixth .sticct, near Wnli.
Itigton avenue I room-.
Store room In "l'llot Home," lately
ii'dllileil by A. Ilalley.
Dwelling hnn-e on .Sixth street ami
Orphan Asylum building ami punil
i . Kenl low, to a good ten int.
.Store mom, coiner Twentieth ami
Waxhiiigtnu nvenue, $12 n mouth.
- I!oom In vailoim mrts ot the elty.
roi: lkaskoi: sali;.
Lands, In tracU to "tilt; m ar Cairo.
-D willing hoti-e, 7 ioi.iii-: II) lots
cm loH'il, in good order, on Twenty.
foiiilhand Wiiliiiil i-li. i't-. Cent low to
a good tenant.
Dwelling IioUm-, I lonim ami l.:ise-
in nt, on I'oplar tret, i,.-tvn-ii Tlilr
In iilli and I onrlei nlh lnet. Cm!
( J Two U iicim-nt HI went title of Coin
men ial avenue nenr I'lllli ttreet, miltalil
lor liiip and dwelling. I.'eul I'lircach, ,
M T llllllllh.
--Dwelling lioue, ruiiiii)!, on I'lllli
lici t m at Wnliiiit, in triMiil reii.ilr. Hi nt
I J .VI per month.
('"Italic. - looum ami Mtchiu
I Wiiiti-lir-t .itiiel, neiir Seaiiiiite
north Mile. l,Ynt -Ti. pi r monih.
-Two .-iiiull Iiqmm, iioithwerl eoiiii
I ififi iilh ami I'lipulNi. Kent low.
r..ii'iiiPiit of lirti'U liuilillit, went Hide
of WaOlilltfldll llVellll HI K'Klill i'lllli
tnit, live ichiiiii In eniiihilun
Ih i.t low.
UnilililiVf oil eiut fiili Ol ( 'illilllli l.'iill
.Senile, near Tenth nln;i l. -itit:i )! i . i
ii pt iiti r hlmji. (Iliinip lent.
liml'lni mi WeAtkide ol I uninn it inl
.ixcniie. la hi- Ttellt!i htrtet, Old "t ity
II. ill." Kent eiy low.
T m im iit", olllics ami looms In un ion-
I UMtioiiti. Kent- low.
I. nt' ami hunts I'm ie or Ii an.
.ll.HN ,. 1 1. Ml '1 A.N' Co.,
K' al K-tale Aenl-, eorner ."lxth and
I.eVll' Mivelis. It-l.'i If
All CIiim.i!.' I)No;lt' Cili'rti
itv iii. nri.17.
lie I- Ineatcd in (.'nli'o, lillnotii, ami N
till calllnjr on joii to ! healed. Why
willyou ill" ofoltl elironlu illx'iiM', when
j '.ii can ho euieil wit It o little t!oit or
money. Do not alvc It up yet. fur Iheiv
i-i till h.ihn hi Cllend. c'l.iru l-i the
pl.it.'- to come to hi! filled ol all , mu
llein - and paili.
I urn now prcp.ircd at my olllin lo ivc
niedii'.iti'il hathsaud pci-.-'uiis wlrihlil lo
ici-eivo -ni'li, will call at my olllci. on
Kluhth .-lieet, No. '22, from the houinol
t! p in. till Ii p.m. .Mio plain b.iilis hot
lutlis warm li.illi-, lmiM bath-, or vapor
h.illi-. A lo person'! havinv; thu con
sumption or wci k luu-, ami wUlilnto
receive uieilielucs by inhala'.loii, can re
ceive the treatment at my olllec, thK be
inj; the only true way of etlln mull
elm. diruet to the luii:. AIo I treat ill
la-eaol the eyes of year Maudlin,', and !
the blind hies been inadu to n-u by my
trc.itment. All ili-ea.-e.i of the .skin
cure. I'ltula euieil by nic wilhoiii ihe
ll-e of Ihe l.ull'e. If you have a cancer,
come and bu e ueil. All pilvatc di-eae
In the -.lioilc-t time, cured hy inc. In
ibort.for all chronic riicatf of ihe hu
man i-yetcm, io to Dr. I lull, if you wUh
tobucmcd. I ciiuipuuml ami prepaiuall
my incdleiiiM al my ollice. It U t-ald
that practice imikca iicifeet. 1 have been
thirty years a iiraellclu' phyielau.
All letters and eommiiulcitloiiis fcliall
be conildeutial and promptly nllemled to
bv mil. Dliect Du. Ui i.ix,
No. 'Ji Hl-lith titled, Cairo, HHiinK
I'm- Kiiiisiis mill Ciiliiiiiilo.
Thu Atchl-oii, Topeka ami Santa I'u
railroad from ICitnBas City and Atclil.on
on Hie .Mi-oun river, via Topel;a, thu
capilol ot Kalis;!-, ami the beautltul r
kaiifas valley to Iho l!oky .Mountains.
Tlie shoitet i-uk' to I'ucbelo ili llniml
Canon, Colorado iiprinjc-i. .Manllou,
I 'ikes Speak, and all places nf note In tlm
mountain ivkJoim. The favorite toiilu
lo Denver and all points In Xorlhcru
Colorado. Tim bet route to Southern
Colorado, New Mexico and An.oua. The
only illifii routi! to tlm I'aiuoiH Sin
liiaii iiilne.j. Tim track and ciiilimeul
I" liueiualeil, tralii-t Hill llirouli from
III" .MIxmiiiiI i-iver to tlin Ilucl.y .Moiiii
alns milking coiineetlons In Union dc
potn and avoldlni,' deljiys ami lrain
en. Imic lull descriptive circular!'
ina1, Utile lablci. l ie., nililrecH
(icu'l I'a1". AKdit, Topeka. h,m.
U1Y WKS'l' (Jl'ftAHB throo for
lib i;ciUi tit P. ToiohinuH'fl, 10U
Coniniovol'irtivonuo. '-'!'d m
I'hHiiii III M.kiiN. I'li-a'i-miiioin.u-llKil linn
n cuiiillilalt' lnr llu-nllii-cnl t it) ( Ifil., uttlii' n-j.hi-k
h I iik lt i" l rt i.,ti Wll.i, K. IUhkIHI.
Wn iiri iinlhntl7.il lii nliiiiiiiiire the niinc nf
.IA.MI.hW I IAVAU I' its u fiimlM-ilo l..r IU
illHt-tirui) (Jul,, lit tli" iliJiilnr i-ify It-i-llmi,
We mi' (tiilhfii ImI in uiiiiiiiiiii" iln iiiimc 4r
W. t . A A I.I. i inn raiiiliiuti- lor ii--r ct'lloii In
llii'ii iK'iiri v ( I'll, nt I ii- timi nir i Ii:ii l.i
II I Hull. I'l'
TCI H'MY, M AIICII 21, m.
Xi.nri:. Mr. F. Tclchtimn dcircs to
mitil'v his friends ami thu inhlli: genera
ally, that he has removed his tobacco and
clifar stoic from hlghlli street to 102
Commercial avenue. 2-20-1 m
I'orAToin. One car load ol potato;."
onu ear load of onions, one. car load ol
cnblmgu.Just received and for sale chea
by IE. .I. Ct'Ntmr, Klghth Street
Hoo.ms io 1!i:ni. I'our rooms, and a
neat cottage on Thhd Sticct, free from
slpe water, and In good condition. Lu
quite of Win. .Mellale, .it the Delta
KEY WEST CIGARS throo for
125 ccnta, nt F. Tcichmnu's, 102
Commercial nvenuc. 2-20-lm
W.Mi:n Koom ami IloAiiinxd Ily a
Kcutlemaii, wife ami one email child, In a
private family, (iood refcicnco ;:iveii
and rciiilrcd. Apply at tin; ISi'M.kti.n
A. ll.iM.hv. A llnelot of table ami
pocket cutlery, aKo spade, shovel'
hoe", rake, lorknxe and a general Hue
of hardware ttt-t received by A. Ilalley.
11.1 Commercial avenue. 'J-lS-Ilm.
.Ii-ir KiicKivmc A. Ilalley ha Ju-t
rrcci.-i il a line lot of canary and mock
In biul ca'r."', llower -land", (lower
traineri, baskets archer, hearts and
wreatlKfi, which he has niaiked very low,
at 1 1." Commercial avenue. 'J-H-Ilm.
Ki.ciciKKuriMi lion ltCAiK.n. Sweet
Cream. ( uMnnl Whip ami I-'ro-tttm
umki r. I.ilitnlnt; Kcclprocathi"; tin
churn, lk't In the world. Try the cjfj;
beater and churn and be eonvluc-il. I'or
itele by C. W. Ileiiili-r.-uii, l!i Commer
rial avenue, Cairo, IIHnoN.
N'oiici: in C'amuiivi i:-. i amlldates
may ue tl.e ioIiiuiih ot the I;ri.i.i:iiN
tohrln their names beloic the people, at
the lollowlu late.J, ettth in mlt-ancr;
City Clerk, 5.1; City Tie.vurcr, jr.; Al.
d rinan, i'J. No vaihtioti troui ihe ctnl,
in tttleitncr rule. If
Siim iiiNd Xkw. Tlie lilitiiii'. re-
elproeiitinj;, (hi elinrn and ejc; l'ater,
the late-land the bct ever made, at A.
Ilallcy'x. wlio i now rcUlm; hi lai'e
xtoek ol -love", tin and luitlaua ware at
jjieatly rediHiil price-", (live him a call
U'loie joii piireliase, ll.'i Coinnieieial av
l!t:.l) Tiii.-i. liiid ea't-i, llowrri-l.imN.
llower Irainn, iiioik h.-i-ket, lee ercaui
UiV.'rX. toilet waie, b.'ltll lull-, lauin
!iiium-y, nil, lliiliii); irons ami lliiliu
.ri..tiiv ; :iiMi a lull -tipple o iil iln ami
tamped tinware,, wholc-alc and retail,
Iiy C. W. Ileuderiiiiii, 101 Couuuerclalav-
ime, Cairo. HliiioN. ."-.Vim
Ski: Kucii. C Koch, at lii-i simp and
slot e room, No. !0 Coniinercial avenue,
ba lor Kile a stock of boots ami shoes of
his own make : alo a larac stock of St,
I.ouls custom inadu booty and shoe, lie
keeps the biM material and is up In all
the latet -tyle.-. Ills ills arc perfect, and
yatUfactlon Is jjuarantcc.!. OIu hlni a
Niii 1 1 j i : . llardwaie, tluwiiio and
stove', plows, baud cultivators, pades,
ibovels, fork-, hoes, rakes, step ladders ;
nl-o keep con.-tautly on hand a line as
sortment ot table and pocket cutlery and
builder's hardware. I am sole ajicnt lor
the celebrated Charter Oak stoves, ol
which I keep hi stock a full -upyly of the
dilleieiit siis. The above uiticlcs at
"rock bottom Hguies-"
;lii-llll (.'. W. llCMIIiU-ON,
l!i I (.'oiumerclal avenue, Cairo, Ills.
(iei iniiiil.i I. lie Iiisiii-aiiee ('ii:iiiiin.v
.Mr. Chailes Wiitteliaeh of St. I.oiiU
traveling a'cnt lor the IJcriuanla I.llo
liiniirauee Co.. of New oik, U in thu
city looking alter the Inteiett of thu com
pauy and will remain I'or a Jew week-,
Anyone, having any giluvanecs agaiiil
the coinpauy caused by their late agent,
Mr. li.V. Ileliier' will veiy much oblige
Mr. Wiut.ebach by calling ou lilm or
leaving word, at the Alexander County
Haul;. Alter bank time please call at the
Aillugtoii llouc. I will also lulorm the.
patrons of the cmi:uiy and thu public
that wo-have appointed Mr. Tims. il.
ICeitb as agent at Cairo.
:i-isi!t. Traveling Agent.
Ten tliousautl dollars worth of gooiK
at cost, I will cnmmchcu this day re
tailing thu largo and valuable stock ot
goods, consisting of clothing, ladies' fip
nliblug goods, gents' fuinllihg goods
standard dry goods, fancy goods, Jewelry,
etc., at thu old stand of llelllirou & Weil,
foe cash at actual cost. Xo goods deliv
ered until paid for.
I will m ike It au object for merchants
lo buy Ihceo gnnds In jobbing lots, for
ca-h l.i hand, in iitantilics lo milt.
I am authorized also (u reclevc bids
lor llii next ten days for the purchase
in bilk ol all that nullum "I t-a.id sick
which shall remain Unsold on ihn morn
ing of March 1-4 1 It . Now Is Iho time lo
hue. (iiaiiuii: I- isiiim,
i'lovlsloual Assignee ol llelllirou A
Cairo, I'eb. M, IS7C. tl '.MI
'I lilt I'lHUi't'i mi It,
Imglnecr.lolui I'. I li ly has been tig
iiilug on tin; iU.'intlly offiiow iiilile the
Caho lovicL lie llguies out that at an
average depth ot nine Im liej, lliciu was,
yesterday morning. 'IJ,l7l,uoo cubli! fi
on the ground.
.luilge IIcojs ailjoiirneil county couit
on Saturday evening to Tuculay iiimu
lug, hi order to give parlies In the conn
try who have liusiucts In tlie court Hun
lo leach the city. The court will con
veiie at nliii! o'clock lhl morning.
A beaulirul line of now cniliroideileii
just received by the recogm.cd "cinbrold
cry hou?c'' of Calio-.l. Ilurger t; Co.
n .tcriiiiiil of III- Siiiiiu
Trains on nearly all thu railroads lead
lug Into this city were more or less he
hind lime yesterday, on account of the
snow covering tho Hacks. The narrow
gauge track was In several places within
the elty limits covered to a depth ol two
ami three, art.
Do you know that .I. Hurler tt Co. are
In iccolpt of a uiagnlliccnt line of carpels
ami oil elothi:', nil the very latest styles
ami design y The llrst in rival of the sea
on. Stop In and examine, their stock,
HDicil, .March loth, I.., only
(laughter of I ltd S. and Mattlu I., rinilth,
of congestion of the brain. Funeral at l
o'clock p.m., to-il.iy, at ibe. re-ldeuce of
the parent', on Divl-Ioii street, between
Poplar .sticct and Washington avenue
i lie icmaitis will ho taken to Jollet lor
Interment by the :i p.m. train to-day
t'li'.lllllcrc I.ih'I-viiikI .Vi IIIiii.-.
Cii'liniere lace and netting, a ?pleudld
iii-orliiient, certain to please the ladies.
ju-t hi, at J. Ilurger & Co. Ml-tt
Tlie snow which commenced falling on
'rlday nlcht or Saturday moruhig,
C'Ctns to have been general throughout
the. North west ; and hi many localities
the ground was covered to a greater
depth than for years. In Cairo the aver-
ige depth was nine Inches, which Is prob
ably as great a w as ever liefore known In
Tm.i ltiM'lr llrliliitl Nleluli llellt,.
esterday wo beheld, with an emotion
ol envy. Dr. Charles W. Dunning, and
Horace vvarilticr, drawn pa-t our olllcu
In a red "leigh by a blonded ho.-s'! cover
ed with bell". Ol course Dr. Dunning
was driving, lie swim.., to enjoy the
excrete, anil Or. vvardncr appeared to
enjoy having lilm enjoy It. MuluVd hi
comlnrlers, big coated and gloved they
looked like natives of a polar region,
Mrs. Itohaiinon, of Anna, is In the
city vMtlug the family nl'Capt. .Iiilm II.
Mr. (i. W. Cochran. Mr.',Wllco's
paitncrlu tlieSt. Chatlcs hotel, U hi the
I'lnniluent auiotig the gue-t at the
SI. Charles yesterday were .las. Nash.
Memphis; T. Ii. Vincent, I'lllsburg; W.
J. Wade, N-flivllle, Tennessee, and J.
W. .lacnli'.St. Liiul".
-A little daugliler of Mr. Fred Smith,
of the lilllmus (Vnti-al railroad olllec,
iliitlnii Siiml.iy iiicht, after an illness of
only three days. .Mr. and Mrs. Smith
have the sympathy ol their many friends
throughout the elty.
.Mr. Illrk IMiiiiiiiilsiin .
The gentleman whine name stands at
the. head or thU.ltum was In tho city on
Sunday, lie was around among the hovs,
and for a time made it unite lively. He
announced liliiisL.f a e:iiu1Irl.-ito for -herlll"
it thu fall election. ml ileclarcd his abll-
ity to beat any man In the county. He
didn't know whether Ham Irvhi would
be a candidate, for re-election, but if lie
was he (IMi.iondson) would give lilm fair
warning that be (Irvhi) would get beat,
and he (Kdinoml-on) was the man that
would beat him. Hut we are sure Dick
will think better of the in itter before the
election comes oil", and conclude to let
Irvhi have the olllec another term that is
if Irvhi wants It.
Wind lie .Menu I,
I'he late communication ot his honor.
Mayor Winter, addressed to his excellcii.
cy, Treaiiiicr lilake, has created con-.li.
crablctlUeus-ion In thu city. InlhoTay-
lor Literary Society, between the plan
tallou breakdowns and negro melodies
thai make, thu meetings of that society so
very pleasant, Ibe question iibhtlv ills.
cu.-cdl-: What doc-! It mean' or in
other word-, : What is thu meanim: of
Mayor Wlnier'.- late.-t communication
addicsscd to Treasurer lllaku'r At thu
la-t meeting the cloiiuent 'ciitlemau
who had ihu alllrinatlvc of the iucMfou
convinced Ida hcaicr.- beyond all doubt
that II vva; hut when thu clniUeut gen
tleman who had thu negativu took thu
lloor, he soon ilU.-ip.itcd the sophUtiles
of his opponent and conv luccd the socie
ty that It was not. Tills leaves thu mat
ter when. (( wa-S ami thu question con
tinues ju bu : What does II mean '?
Job T, ic I'm- Null-.
Thu liri.i.nii.v has tur saluonu hundred
louiits of Job type, Including many series
that arc now generally hi use In thu Hot.
cla.-sjob olllec-. of thu l.'uited States. All
tlic.-e limiiU vvil) bu sold at half thelr
orlglnal coat. Many of them are com
plete and almost new, ciubiacl)ig a large
variety, among them being I'm sou
scripts, F.urcka texts, title text open,
Phhlliin, illumed black, mmm-ilr, broad
ioifcc, r.,vjj iniaii, oaiu, nolo Itiilie, na-
C.ai, engravers' open, Celtic, 'ivnch
clarendon, etc. We unci- these intuits
ur salo liecanu we are fail renewing thu
malcilal ol" thu (Ii-i.ixii.v Joh olllcu with
the. lalcst l.tces, all cosily and adapted to
City ii'.e. In a few days wo vv(ll semi to
our country liieuds circulars ilkpluylug
louiits separately an In seiies, to vvlilch
will be attached price and ei mi. Where
vvludn serliH aru purchased special rcduu
lions will be made, Orders lor job prim
Ina li'imi coimirv cilices proinpUy illc.l.
ItltiiiK I'l MM- Willi. lm Allen,
I he river I- rMlig Up hl.e iili.ini Al
leiiwhcnhe beat Ihe l.'.nlicals hi Ohio
wc elncciclv hone It Will vmn en iti.u-
iikc William Allen when he dhhi'
neat the l.'adic.ils ot Ohio. A rllng
nvcr, when Ills rapidly iMm; In our
uelghboihood, Is Hoincihliijf imvo no
life fur. It fiifggeMft to us water In our
press loom and a m.iyui and city council
chuckling over our watery dlsie.s. Wi
ate anxious to Have thu river runout ol
fcaue Houtn I'U" jciues as rapidly as
Don Cmlos lately ran out of Spain ',-vvt
arc anxious to uayu u tall, o tint we
may say: What a fall was there, my
councllincn and mayor; o that we may
have an opportunity to build a levee
around our olllec a kind of dam, and
thus be protected ngahi'l the water (Is
lug Irom thu river Into our olllco, and
have thnu to d n his honor and the
alderman hi peace and a dry place.
WoimI ; Wooil!! VV. mil II!
Wood at the (lux Factory at -cvt.nty
live cents a load. ;!'.'! It.
Thucolebratcd Xcvv Orleans inhistrels
will give one of their performances at the
Atheucum to-liiulit. Head Ihu following
from thu llurllngtoii Jlawktye, and then
go sec them : "Sometimes the Lord Is
good to us. He sent the N. O. MhntrcN
last Saturday, and they took moruthan
00,000 pounds of cue, vexation and
chronic disorders ol that Ilk out of our
hearts, mellowed us all down by their
guileless tricks, and left us In Hue order
for a spring campaign against hard times.
W by ble.s you, we justopciicd ourbcads,
roircd, yelled and (quailed with delight,
ind every gap let out i-omu canker worm
ol care, until the air was saturated with
all kinds of human grievances, and the
whole city went liomu light hearted, hap-
py, and full of courage to tiissel with the
grand problem of Hie once more.
Man is an animal that needs every now
and then a real good old horse laugh that
goes through lilm to the deepest sound
ings, purifying his blood, giving tone
to thu nervous system, and acting in a
tonic for both ihu iihjIcal and mental
forces. The company laughed us out of
two or three hundred dollars, but they
ave us a splendid phy-dc for our lucre,
and u are the galneri-."
Again the question ot a horu lair In
Cairo I being agitated. Why should we
not have one '!
Yesterday was blue Monday In police
circles. Xo eacs were tiled hi either
A big party, immediately alter Lent,
is being talked ol among the .coelety
bloods of Ihu city.
Don't forget that the wmld-lanicd
Xcvv Orleans Mlmtrels appear at thu
Messrs. .1. Ilurger ,1 Co., ate n wiv
ing their new goods for the Spring Hade.
S e their notice ill this paper.
The snow ol Sunday was more than
nine inches deep; thu lieavle-t that has
been seen hi Southern Illinois for some
The African .MethodUt KpUuop.d
church people hold a festival at Whit-
lock n hall this evening lor Ihe hctiellt of
There Is a secret society hi this city,
composed of an even doen young men,
Who call themselves the "TWelvu Apns.
Ihe police report tlm city full of
tramps. The snow and cold weather
soenis to have driven them Irom their
hiding places Into the ctty.
Thu churches were very slhnly at
tended on Su.iday. 'i'he big snow was
too much for the good people to brave,
let alone thu sinner.-.
The steamboat Governor Allen will
bo sold by Deputy l.'uited States Marshal
Peter Satip, at the whaif in Cairo, on the
Hi st day of April next. See notice else
whcie. Owing to the great snow of Sunday
and yesterday, it took the -nnihIned
strength of two locomotives to do the
switching in the Illinois Central railroad
lie sure and go to thu performance.
given by thu Original Now Orleans .Min
strels at tho Atheucum to-night. Thu
company Ii onu of thu best hi the coun
try, and (he entertainment will bean ex
Tli ecu negro f.unilic living in thu
neighborhood of Twentieth street, made
that street thu seenu ol a lively squabble
on Sunday afternoon. They had ageticial
big thnu among thcmsclvc-, and the way
clubs, pokera and boards llcwaiouml was
Flesh sti 1 1 val ol a very large assort
ment ol ladiea' and gout.-)' kid gloves at
.1. Ilurger ec Co.
.mi I i.uiinitr.i .
It is now conceded that Mrs. Coleman
thu laundress, No. 12 Fouitii sticct, be
tween Washington and Coinmetclal ave;
nues, has one of the best conducted laun
dry establishments in the ;ity, ami laud
lord ol hotels and boarding houses will
Hud II to their advaiilngu to call upon
her. Her prices sue as follows ; Hotel
and l)oiirdlitg-houe washing 7. cents
per doen. For piece work prices are as
lollows! Slnglu shirt ami collar, lOu; per
dozen, M)o; socks, fio; two collars, fici;
I wo handkerchiefs, Tic; vests, '.'(Jc; and
all gentlemen's wear, 80c. per dozen.
Ladles plain calico dresses, iTus; calico
dresses with extra trimmings, riOu; white
dresses, $1 2.10, ; ladles' unilerwiue, II no
andVoarse, SI 00 per doen, l--j:t if.
KEY WEST CIQAlia throo for
25 uonts, nt F. Toichmun'a, 102
Cotmncrcicl uvonuo. a-ao-lm
Alter Un I'iri-,
,1, ((coign SleUlhou.y may be found
tlnce ihe Hie at his new shop, on F.lghlh
sticct In the. Alexander Couuly Hank
building, where w will welcome all his
ciis'tomcis. and wi'Vu Iheui lu in aitl-tle a
inauiHT 3 ''V'1'1' hel'oie, with suioolh
Himve.s, fa'dilonablu hah cutting tuul
.111111, 'llllllllls.ll,- i
eiin, .1 11, is.ii.
Monim, Match Olh.-lst Day.
I'lCM-nt Commissioners (leorgu W
.Niininons and .lauiei I,. Sanders ; Jacob
(I. Lynch, clerk.
In the absence of Chairman Thomas
Wilson, ol tlie Ito.inlof Commissioners,
lames I.. Sanders was elected chairman
It Is ordered hy the Hoard (hat Ihu fol
lowing hills he allowed, and Ihatorders
therefor bu drawn upon thu t'ounly treas
ury accordingly, vi,
Uiues A. Fry, for building bridge
ncross Sandy Creek, near "llu
lcn" SI01 ,i0
Win, Holdeii. lumber furnished
John P. llely, lock for door ol
treasurer's olllec, ami putting on
V. Fry. ren.Miin
Vm. l-.ldioll. desk (or coiintv
treasurer $111, and mattress for
J'S3 10 00
. H. Mulcahy, balance, due 011 ac
count of ro.ul labor, as supervi
sor DNlrlct Xo, II, lor lt7.'i 7 2.1
Tbereupoii ihu Hoard adlourncd t111f.Il
0 o'clock 11. in , to-morrow.
Ti;i.ii.vv MoiiNi.vu, )
0 o'clock, Match 7th, 1.-70. )"
The Hoard met pursuant to adjourn
mtnt. Present Same olllcers as on vc
It Is ordered that the following bUMm al
lowed, and that orders theicfor bo drawn
upon thu county treasury accordjiigly.vi.:
F. 1). Atherton. nmvlii" ft iii-f. .-ti
Horse-shoe landing bridge :
I0I111 Payne, maintaining a pauper
-M. P. .MoClure, repilrlng a
bridge on Capo (Jlrardeaii ami
M. P. McClure, 0,:il(i feet of
A. H. Irvln. for servim; ''rami Mint
traverse juries, January, 1ST;,
II. (j. Wagoner, burvhi!? a de.nl
. A. Marchltdon, shovels and
I0I111 lllls, building biidgu near
I'lioinas A. Hrovvn. cash nald on
account of a pauner
!.F. Parker, stationery for circuit
Oberly ami llarrell, publNlting
quariers proccedingi, of emmtv
Culver, Page, I loynt. & Co.,,ta-
tlouery for ch cult clerk
F. D. Kexfonl, lor boarding Jury
and halliir u um -
ot bill for Si:i:i SO ;
Hlake Co.. 1 ihi.cn shades, ami
llxtuies forclrcultenilrl looiu...
Mrs. I,. Martin, hnardlng jurors In
C O. P.iticr vs; Co,, lutni.hing
groceries to paupers
C. O. Patier .t Co., furnishing gro-
cerics to paupers
O. Patier A Co.,furni-hlnggro-
eeiics to winners
John II. aosmaii,h(iliilng inqm-bt
on the liody of James Lynch, tie.
Dr. II. J. Stalker.surgleal set vices
Thomas Lawrence, attending cir
cuit court as a witness In a
Win. II. Whiitaker, furnishing
Jury in Caldwell eau with meals
H. F. Parker, stationery for circuit
Win. I lolden, county constable. :t0
days as ballllf In circuit court,
Jan. term and guarding Jail
It. F. llllllngsley, county consta
ble, -J I nays as balllir hi circuit
court, Jan. term, and guarding
. . 00
It. Fitzgerald, 10 days as balUl'ln
circuit court, Jan. term, and
llcnryStoiit, III days as bailiff In
circuit court, Jan. term, and
P. .Mockler, 25 days as bailiff in
circuit court, Jan. term, ami
P. Collins, 10 days as b.ihff hi
circuit court, Jan. tcim, mid
guarding jail so 00
D.in'l litgerald, 23 days as bailiff
In circuit court, Jan. term, and
guarding Jail ,"0 00
John Shcehaii, II) days as ballllliu
ircuit coin t, Jan. tcim, ami
:uarding Jail so 00
(.'alio in company. 111 bit
ing school election tiiiticci for
couuly supei.'iiteiident 2 .Ml
Martin llrown, lumber for bridge
$10 OS, and for poor bou-u $1 20 11 2-5
.Sleillug C. Pool, burying a pan-
Mrs. P. A. Taylor, 2a day.. m.-i vI-
ces as county superintendent of
schools Uio 00
(leorgu W. Summons, cash paid
on account ot paupers 2!) 25
C. A. Mjirchlldou, goods liirnl.hcd
paupers 20 SO
I.C. Utiles, 2 assessor's books... 55 00
C. A. Marchildoii.drugs funilshcd
paupers 2 75
(J. A. Marchlidon.gooiK furnl.,hcil
liauiier.- 2:1 72
Culver.Page.lloyne ,v Co., hhuks
lor county eicrit 1 '.'ti
J. (, Itowiwlng, goods lurulslied
paupers II 85
It is ordered that thu bond of H, F.
llrown A Urn., lor irrncorv IK I u-ilie
yiarcudiiig Dicemher ttlst, ISi'ii, he up-pum-il,
It Is ordered that Mm supplemental r -port
of .1.11. Mulcahy, ol mad supervi
sor of Unad Dl-tlilcl No.:! nr IH'5, be
It Is ordered I lint the icpiut of John II.
(ios-inan, ciii'iuicr, of an Impicsi held oa
the Wnly ol James Lynch, at. Cairo, on
Fcluuary S, l7H, lie approvid.
Thereupon the Hoard adjuuineil mull
0 o'clock, a in. to-umirow. '
i.iN'i:smY Monxixii, ManhS, IR70,
H0.111I met pui'siiint to al(im-ii.
ttVWt. I'rcseiit -Couunl-sloui'Ut Thulium .
WII 011, chalrum Ume i r-aml nV
mini- .MfciiiiLf or tin.
S milium.. Jacob O,
L neb, clerk.
It Is ordered that the following bill be
allowed, and that orders theielor In
drawn upon the county trciiiry, accord.
Ingly, viz :
W. It. Lock well ,t('(i., stationery
for circuit clerk ?
Cairo City (las Co., gas tor court
house, :t months to .March lr.
Frank llely, (,i,gs for Jail
W. T. Heerwoith, lepabltig roof
of court bouse
John II. Parker, repairing bridges'
Jacob (!. Lynch, bal unci! ihii! I'. if
making colhctor's hook for
is"., as per bills rendered Dec.
F. Hros, II mouths salary as conn.
F. D. Kextord, lor boarding iurv
in (.'rain eae, hi mil ol bill for
SI 02 25
John Heater, maintaining Mary
Houston, a pauper, hi Jau '.,
John Heater, imilutaiilng Mary
Houston, a paupi r, hi Fct
Kichard Fitzgerald, lor (Heilier
pilsoner- hi county juit forquar
terending Feb. 20, 1S70, In full
01 mil ior.i,n;r 1.150 50
lolui A. Kocliter. letniiiilig lock
and making 2 keys lor jail, In
full ol hill Tor $15
Southern Illinois Ilojpltal for In
sane, expenses of Alexander
county patients, to Dec. JIM,
It Is ordered that thu reports of
1. llely, couuly trcauicr, on thutru-t
lelumlliigand road I'limls fur thu quarter
ending March Sth, Is7(!. be approved, s;ld
reports show b.danee.s 011 band us fol
lows : In trust lumt $07 02; In refund-
iuglund $s()5 h7, ittiJ in road mud $..
It Moi-dued that the report ol I!. Fitz-
gcratd, supervisor of lioad DNtil-jt Xo. 1
for lit o, b.- approved, and that thu bill
for t0, accompanying the same, be al
It I- ordered that the grocery bond o'
W. 1!. Kendall lor croeerv llccim. f.ir
year ending December :il,t", 1S7C, be ap
proved. Thereupon the Hoard adjourned until!)
o'clock a.m., lo-niorrovv.
0 o'ci.ock, March 0th, IS70. (
The Hoard met pursuant to ailj'iuru
incut. Present Saiuc. olllei-rs as on yes
terday. The thnu of the Hoard was occupied
this day Incnnsiilerlng Iheroadaml bridge
Intere-ds of thu county.
Whereupon thu Hoard ad(iurneil until
0 o'clock a.m. Io-niorrow,
t (.'clock, March 10th, ls70.
The Hoard met pursuant to adjourn
ment. Pre-ent Same olUecrs monyes
lenlay. Il Is ordered that the following bills be
alio wet), :,m, ut orders Iherefoi- he
drawn upon Hie comiiy iiea-uty afcmd
Ingly, vl. :
Thonias A. Hrown. luaiutiihihig
paupers at poor I'aiiuJ mouths
n. I-eh. 2!i, s7ij, Inelmiv,. S5I2 7S
T.J. .McClure, woik 011 hridgesaud
tn ili-iial furiil-heil $ hj r.5
J. (1. Lynch, tor making in.seor's
hooks for ls70 20;t Oil
J. 1 '. Lynch, for I quarters ex
olllelo fees to M-ueh, IS70 25 00
J. (!. Lynch, for recoidiug pro
ceedings of the hoard, preparing
same for publication and tiling
, P'dk'rs Ill 55
I r. .1. A. M. (iihbs, medical attend
aiice at poor Iiiiiim- 21 Hi
Win. llarrell, groceries luriiiluii
Hannah Lee. a pauper, .'! mm.
to .March. 1S70 2li 00
Win. llarrell, grocerlo inrnUheil
Airs. Hrown. a pauper, 0 weeks.. ('. 00
Sisters of thu Holy Cross, main
taining paupers at .St. Mary's In
Urinary " mns. to March 1st,
1S7(! 2;i!i 10
Geo. W. Sammoii;, J iiios. .ei vices
as overseer of poor to March
1st, 1S70 75 00
(,co. W. Saiiimous, services 011
roads and bridges 4 00
It Is ordered that thu report of Dr.
Win. Wood on patients treated at St.
.Mary's lnllrinary for the quarter eliding
Match l.-t, IS70, bu approved. It Is
lurlher ordered that thu following hills
accompanying said report bu allowed and
tliat orders therefor bu drawn upon the
County Treasury accordingly, viz:
Dr. Win. Wood,".'l nio. scrvi'ecMis
overseer of poor ami county
physician to March 1st, IS70 150 00
Dr. Win. Wood, cash expended
fur hi.-miil of paupers II mos, to
.Mulch 1st, Is7(i 2!0 .Vl
Di. Win. Wood, medical .services,
midicincs and aid furnished
paupers .'I inot. to Match 1st,
IS70 2.!'J 00
It N iinlercd tliat Iliu quarterly lepurl
to .March 1st, ol (i, W. Saiiimou-., ovci-
seer ol thu Pour Farm, ou Ihu condition,
number, etc. of the inmates be approved
It U ordered that thu report of Dr. J.
A. M. (ilbbs, lain physician at puorhoiii,
jor Dcceniiier, IN.., 00 approved.
It is ordered that Ihu lollowlng named
persons he selected to civu us (iraud
Jurors fur thu Muy, 1S70, teini of thu
Alexander county circuit couit, viz:
llarmaii Able, K. F. Davis, C. W.
Hradley, F. S. Kent, .1. T. lieuulu and
lesu llinklu of South ('alio picclact; lv,
M. Stearns, Henry Kllllot, Thonias Por
ter and Win. Lotiergau ol Xorth Cairo
Heiijauilu Duncan and Miles llartliue,
of llazlewood precliicl.
A.J. Hunch and P.li Douglas of Clear
H. F. Hrown, ami Uriah MeCitllom id
French Jones ami John M. Iloiton, of
Santo I'u pieelnet.
John I lodges ami John II. Ilroiwi, ot
fircen It. Pinker ami II. L. Cavemlcr.
flnofo Island precinct.
W. It. I.ane, Dog Tooth precinct.
Thereupon the Hoard aduuiiud until
I) o'clock lii-iuorrnvv niurnhig.
SlllUl'V M (IHN I Ml, "I
OoMi'ii.. Manli II. lbtli. f
Tho ll.iaulimt purwuH to adjouru-
and (leorge W
Ilcers in 011 ye.
it Is ordered Hint tin-icportol John P.
llely, County Treasurer, on the gciurn'
fund from Dcccmlwr loth. 1875. to March
Dth, 1870, showing 11 balance due m d
treasurer of $10.1 2.1, be and Is hereby
It Is ordered that , oowlli: ,,.,,
olllcers of the Hoard he vvcd Ihe
'""ounts ,et oppotlh. lMr Z
nines for attenilmct. ,.-l,,g this term.
James L. Sanders, cotmni,0cr 0
(lavsatS'i. andinliagv,70nillc....$ a 1
Ocorgo U. S,iiiiinoii, cotnnil
sloner (! days nt nll( ,!,
Thomas Wilson, coiiiuiinlssioiier
I days at S.f
Jacob O. Lynch, clerk i! days at
T;!; IS 00
Hereupon the Hoard adlourncd tin
-lAcon (J. Lv.vcn, Clerk.
Wu will pay no hills contracted by any
employe of Tin: IIi i.i.k 1 l.v. uules the
same Is made on a written order signed
by the president or secretary of the. eotu
pany, and vvo will accept 110 orders given
by an employ,. 0f the company, lor nny
purposi! whatsoever. '
C.VIIUI Hl t.l.uit.s- . fMI'NV.
.November 10. 1S75. -v.
W All Uci-AlitMiiVT Civmi Cri oiir. I
, . M.ut li .11, .S7ii
nipiit, Present rime olllc
I. IT. IN
Il , XI 2
(I , - Ii
10 XI II
j X 3
t 1 1
0 X !
7 ' -V. 1
1 1 a a
1 ' - I
New Orlr.nn .
Stri-aiit, Slyiul gt-rvlff, I '. s. a.
a u 111 vi: I).
Steamer Jim Fisk, Paducah.
" Pat Ch-bourii, Kvausvllle.
Aikaiisas llelle, Kvausvllle.
" 'J'. T. Hlllmaii, Xa.hvllle.
City ot Helena, St. I.ouls.
" Julia, Vlcksbiirg.
Cons Millar. Chiclnuatl.
Crand Tower, .Memphis.
" James Howard, St. Louis.
" J. D. Parker, .Memphis.
Steamer Jim Fik, Paducah.
flrand Tower, St. Louis.
" James Howard, XowOrleans.
J. I). Parker, Cincinnati.
" P.itClchourn, Kvansville.
" .Aikansasltelle, Kvaiiiville.
" T.T. Illllinan, Nashville,
" Kddyville, Nashville.
City of lleleu.1, Vicksburg.
Julia, Sr. Louis.
" Cons .Millar, Meniplils.
HIVr.il, WKUIIKlt ANI UUSIXlisS.
Tlie liver at dark was US feet 7 1 5
Inches on ihu gauge, hming risen 2 leet
1) Inches dm big the past IS hours.
Weather cloudy and turning very
cold. Snow fell lor tit hours ending 10
a.m., yesteid'iy. Snows hi tlie Xorth
westmi. tepiiiieii (he hci iesl fur iiiauy
The snow of yesterday and day before
is said to lie the heaviest hat has fallen
here since Ihu whiter of 1S55-50. It be
gan during Saturday night, but up to
noun on Sunday, only about an inch of
snow had fallen. At noon thu wind
changed to thu east ami northeast, bring
ing a regular out t.ist I n.eil east-rn ,torm
bat raged imilll after nlgbtl.dl. Durbn'
yesterday afternoon the storm came from
the northwest ami the snow IV, -,. .....i
heavy so that the amount of fall could not
hu mea-ured necurulrly. At ti o'clock
Sunday evening It measured 7 Inches and
at S o'clock yesterday moruhig It Inches.
Snow and ram has f.dleu over a wido
tract ot country timing thu past three
days, ami wu may expect high water
soon. 'Jii,. records show that all
thu heaviest snow, in this lati
tmli cur about Ihu inlildlu of March.
All packets had to lay iqi during Sun
day night. Tim Cons Millar, Arkansas
HelliMiud llddyvillu managed 10 float
Into pun, being iinablu to see cither
shun-. Tlie 1,'ililyvHlii got lost below
llie chain ami lo-t au hour ami a half
limiting the slioc
The Julia brought twelve halu; ol cot
ton lor Cincinnati ami inadu additions
lieu- for Si, Louis,
The T. T. llilhu.ut brought eighty tons
lu trunt St. Louts.
The packet llrey l.'.igle lost her chltii
ney in iliu gain Thursday night, and
was lowed to F.vaiisvillu by thu
ihe I!. W. Dugau has Ih-cii sold i.gah.
Thhlhuuto C.iptalu Jo-. Kinney, Jr., for
Tin L'ddyvilli) had 00 lmg-,licads to
bacco and 20 tun? Iron.
Thu lllllinan brought a delegation of
00 coloiid people, who aro emigrating
Irom Tennessee- and Kentucky to Kansas,
i'hey bavu been offered special Induce
ments hy laud owners to locjte In tho
vicinity of Topeka, and they aro march
ing to that point. .Mr. Larry Wesscl ol
St. Louis, met t'lcm hcru and piloted
them to St. Louis over the Short Line
United State Mirihal'i Sals In Admiralty.
IJl'lil.tC iiotlrcls lu-uliy Klvrn that in luirmi
. uiu-euf 1111 Inli-lliifillnry Owns-, unit-ring llie
j.lli' el iliiiMi-.iiiilical Unvrriirr Alli-u, lirbtml,
l.iclrtf, :i-uiil uml iiirnluiit!, iintl liv virtue i.r
writ ol rtiH-iillioi immU-rtsl ulnr liumlro.1 mi-l
t'li'iiii, I . his lout nf tlie ill.likt court or Hi"
fiillitl Slalt-s. f.irilii hniiUifri. DUtrlcturtlll
imli. (iiieliiilrulty, ttirnleUlottie iimlrrtlynri
llnltid nlitlt'a Uiwhiil lor attit ilUlrlt-l, ilUolt
Aluirli Dill, A. 1.I7U I will off-r forsJnat.
liiilillo vrinliid, at Die wluirl iillhe City of.rilru.
lillni.ls. in tint itlstrlcl. lallie lilulns' nil lmt.
liiililcr tur cash, 0.1 In Istilar of A II". A. !.
iHlii, nt It-ti 1 1 'cluck, Ihe rolluwcV ilcr(k
The NlratatMial Umrtipffr ifl:
tor buuta, UtWr, vmn anil furuilun."h
IttviiiK Imvii urtlvmt lo lit aoltl ,.,,',.rJ!a
vKurjUll' t- ! ,
II S. Msulial for HkiiiIht.i HWrli lof llllaoli.
Ily t'KTEH SAt'l'. Utiutr..
Cairo, llllnol. Un l.s.i ., .. .
1, 1 . litllfrtf iVwliji' ft'5 UIhiIIvuU.