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A food aiid funny titiio 1 anticipated
lllfereat features and characters will lie
brovghi In darln the t-vemnK by I lie
entire fcroeor (ho Turner.
John Koehlcr, William, flutter,
JS. Bcliwniiiilt..
timBuder, J. Klcc.
II. Aicl.
K. St. Stock Aeth, Cuts. Iludcr.
Admission Gents $1, Ladlci Me.
Xo Improper characters admitted.
By wtVer ol Commute on Arrange
menli: 2.20-td.
We will sell 1,000 to 5,000 tons best
ice, delivered on can at Chicago.
Delivered months of April and May.
Joll.NSO.Xi liAllk'Kll.
No. 3M, Water street Chicago.
Far Kaaeaa mm Calorado.
The AtchUon, Topcka and Santa Fe
railroad from Kansas City and Atchison
on the Missouri river, via Topeka, the
capltol ol Kansas, and the teautllul r
kansas .valley to the Itocky Mountain.
The shortest rout to l'uebelo tl Urand
Canon, Colorado Springs, Ifanitou,
Pikes Speak, and all places of note in the
mountain region. The Ikvorite route
to Denver, 'aud all points In Northern
Colorado. The best route to Southern
Coloradetw Mexico nnd Arizona. The
only direct route to the fumous Son
Juan mines. The track and equipment
Is uncqualcd, trtlns run through from
the Missouri river, to the Kooky Moun
tains, making connections in Union de
pot! and avoiding delays nnd trans
fers. For lull descrlpllvo circulars
map, time table, rtc, nddrefs
T. J. A.ndkksox,
Ocn'l I'as.'. Agent, Tnprka, Kan.
For Sale.
A silver plated No. 9 Wilson Shuttle
Sewing Machine, hard (piano) llulsh,
valued at $8o. Will be sold at $J0 dis
count, on good term', nnd ordered direct
from tlto factory.
Colored and mounted Maps ot the.
city of Cairo at $3 CO each (lull price.)
A No. Wilson Shuttle Sewing Ma
chine valued nt $75. Will be fold ut $15
discount, and ordered direct from the
A $00 Remington Sewing Machine
$30 off for cash. Suitable lor tailor or
boot anil shoe manufacturer.
A stylo "K," "Clough, Warren A
Co.'s" Parlor Organ, right from the fac
tory at Detroit. List price, $300. Will
be sold foi $300.
1000 sheets of bristol board lust re
ceived at the ttt'LLKTiN olllce, and lor
sale to the trade.
C'Mjr of Cairo,
colored and varnished, for sale at hall
price (i0) at the Bullktin office.
ZU,WUnoie IIC1IUS, JU,wu cmcMiju-e,
20,000 letter heads, 10 reams statements,
J0 reams bill heads Carlisle paper just
received and for sale at the Bullktin
For any of tins above articles, apply a
... T, . -MM I. A IIiiiiuua,
lie uufaLisTin iiiuw. c. jui,ii. i
Real Estate Column
Lot2, block 0, city, on Ohio levee,
above Twelfth strret, outside tire limits.
Very cheap. Terms liberal.
Cottage near Nineteenth and Poplar
ttect. $S per month.
Good dwelling house on Walnut, be
tween Twenty-second and Twenty-third
Mreetei , ,. ., ,
Btore-rooni corner Twentieth and
Poplar streets. . ,
Business house on Levee, lately oc
cupied by Cunningham & Stilwell.
Winter's Block-suitable for Hotel
Offices or Business rooms cheap.
Tencmeufs numbered 4, 8hih10, lu
Winter's Row, 0 rooms each, for $10 fter
-No, 10 (cooier), $12 507 rooms.
-Cottafo on Sixth street, near Wash-
iuiilon avenue 1 rooms.
Storo room In "Pilot House," lutcly
occupied by A. Halley.
A small House west of Twenty
second stroet.near Pine, $4 per month.
Dwelling house on, Sixth street and
Jefferson avenue.
Orphan Asylum building atidjprcml
sci. Heul low, to m good teutnt.
Store room, corner Twentieth and
Washington Tenus $13 a month.
Kooma la' various part of the city.
-Iad, U tnwU to ult, near Cairo.
UA1I bills fur wlvr rilling, re due soil pay
Trsniktit njTcrtlnInK will twincertitl si the
rale of 1 tO perMjiure for the flrat Inwrllon
ail 80 cent for each nbreiient on. A lllieral
illacountwlll bemailc on iUnllne and ilUilay
For InsertlnK I'unetal notice II . Notlreof
mwtlnjr ofiinclellM or ttcrtt ordf M JO rents for
imfli Insertion.
Chunii, Socletr, fcatiral ami Hunr notices
Will oly tie Inserted as admtlieroenti
No adtertlaement will lie recrlrrd at less than
tornt, ami no ailiertiteinent will tie ln'frtol
for IcMlhaii three itollara fierinoiitli
Local Bualneaa Notices, of
tan Unas or more, insorteu
la the Bulletin sva follows:
Commence Counting at ten Line
Onn Inurtion Mr line A Cent.
Two laaerttons per line -.7 Oenta,
Tnree lnsflrtlona per line 10 centa
SUx lssertlone per line .........10 Oenta
Tra arxaka oar line .BS Casta
Ohm month wir una no uetiLa.
No Seduction wlllba made In above
HATUKDAY, FBIllU'AltV 20, 1870.
26 contfl, at F. Toichman'g, 102
Commercial avonuo. a-20.1m
Dkaii. John SulHvan, of Unity pre
cinct, died nt his residence, on Sandy
llldge. on Thursday.
Foit Sai.k. A fine horre and lU(.'gy.
Kiiqulro ol .. I). MalhiiM at (it Ohio
I.evce, up stairs. 2-23-5t
Titv TiikmI Thy Tiikm! Halt dime,
hall dime cigar, Havana llller, nt
2-S-tr Cowr:nw-AtTK & Piiillii-m.
Fon Kk.nt. One of the new cottages
on the north side of Tenth street, between
Waslilugtou avenue nnd Walnut street-
pply at the cottagu
2-aO-tl Mils. A. U. Fim.t.
Fon ItKXT. The store room now oc.
cupled by Farnbakcr & Son, on Ohio
levee, will be. lor rent on the first of
March. Apply to Hubert Smith, Ohio
Juxt Ukckivkh. Ilarclay llro?. have
Just received a new lot of those Justly
celebrated "I.a Piccadura" or "Hoss"
cigars, and are now ready to supply all
demands. H
NoncK. Mr, F. 'J'flchiuan dcslrc3 to
otlfy his friends and the public genera
lly, that he has removed his tobacco nnd
cigar store from Klghtlt street to 102
Commercial avenue. 2-20-1 m
Hird4 at I'aitlk. A mllle for a pair
' Canary birds will take place nt Leo
Kleb's naloon on Ohio levee, to-ufght.
lie bird i arc excellent singers. Chances
25 cents each. It
IIooms to Hkst. Four rooms, and a
eat cottage on Third Street, free from
Ipc water, and In good condition. Ku-
Hire: of Win. Mell.ile, at the Delta
loiie. 2-15-tf.
I'otatoks. New York Karly itose
sjftl potatoes lor sale at Xcw York store.
We warrantee our feed lmtntoes to Ikj
tralght, and brought from the KaU.
A. IIai.i.kv. A .llnelot of stable and
pocket cutlery, also spades, shovels,
hoes, rakes, forks, axes mid a general line
of hard ware, just received by A. Halle',
5 Commercial nvciiue. 2-18-3m.
I'o i nr. Fakmkiw. Freeh garden and
eld seeds at the New York store ; alo
seed oats, onion tops, etc. Just In a large,
lot ol plows nnd jilow harness, for 'sale
C. O. Patif.ii & Co.
Maiidi Okas. Almost every train
that arrives In the city brings a large
number of people on their way to attend
M anl i (Iras. Some are going to Mem
phis, and a few to Galveston, Texas, but
by far tho greater number will go to
New Orleans.
Just Hkckivkh. A. Halley has just
received a line lot of canary nnd mock
ing bird eages, llowcr stands, tlowcr
trainers, baskets, archer, hearts nnd
realties, which hp lias marked very low,
nt 115 Commercial avenue. 2-13-3ni,
No Usb. What If the mayor should
resign, and the city council raise the sal
ary to $1,200? The salary would not do
him any good. He would be beaten out
his boots, and his competitor would
have ill thu glory of the olllce, and the
Increase of salary.
, CoNTitACT. Messrs. Holliiigswortli &
Coughliii, contractors and builders, ol
Chicago, havo the contract for lower
ing Winter's block, comer Seventh street
and Commercial nvenuc, nnd uro expect
ed to complete tho work by the 15lh oi
Something Nbw. Tho llghtnng, re
ciprocating, tin churn and egg beater,
the Inteit mid the best ever made, at A.
Hallcy's, who is now selling Ids large
stock ot stoves, tin and brittaim ware at
greatly reduced prlcos. Give him a call
before you purchase, 115 Commercial av
enue. 2-18-Um,
Reau This. From the New York
btoro Commercial Advertiser: Matches,
4 boxes 25 cents ; starch, 4 pounds 25
cents; soda, 4 pounds 35 cents; soap, 0
bars 25 cents ; lye, 2 boxes 23 cents
rice, S pounds 25 cents. A few priced of
coods sold nt the New ork store nt re
tail. " 2-20-10t
i.uxcii 1 Lunch ! ! Lunch 1 1 ! At
Fred Hoflielnz. The proprietor of Our
Saloon will spread a grind lunch from 0
toll o'clock every nlght.fho bllljol fare
Is roat.t beef, mutton, veal, turkey, sonr
tongue, sour rabbit, pigs (ect aud No. 1
oyster soup : and every Sunday morning
a No, 1 lunch at 10 o'clock, aud n big
glass of Cincinnati beer; all this for
cents. Come one, como all.
2-20-Ct FlIEU HOr'llEtXZ.
Cuudllf hasjuit recchedoue car toad ol
Northern Karly Itosc, I!usctt mid Pccr-
lcs seed potatoes; nho a ear load of
Northern cabbage, nil of which Is for
sale at his store, north side of Eighth
streets 2-22-lOt
A ItKNKm. Ball nt Scho-l's Hall on
Monday evening, February 98th, 1870,
for the benefit of (lie Widow Collins and
her five children, all of whom have been
sick tho post month, Tickets, 25 cents,
Managers, James Manning nnd Patscy
Carmody. 2-20-ft
Want toSetti.k Pi. Having sold
out our business in Cairo, we w Ish all in
debted to us to call nt our old place ot
business, ftl Ohio Levee, and settle nt
once. All who have claims against lis
will please present them for settlement
as tve wish to c!oe up our business Imme
diately. Matiii'jw A Uhi,
Skk Kocii. V. Koch, nt his shop and
store room, No. DO Commercial avenue,
has for sate a stock of boots and shoes of
his own make ; also n large stock of St
Louis custom made IhmiIs and shoes. He
keeps the best material and is up In all
the latest styles. His fits are erfect, and
satisfaction Is guaranteed. Olvc him
call- !-23-tr
Fl'.nkkai. Notick. Died. February
25th, lb'G, nt 1 o'clock, p. m., John
Cochran, aged about 55 years. The fun.
end of the deceased will take place nt
one o'clock tiwJny, from his late residence
on Commercial avenue, near the corner
of Filth street. A special train will
leave the foot of Klghth street at 2:30
o'clock. Friends of the deceased invited
to attend.
PknAaxshii'. Lessons given in Pen
manship, line Penmanship, Steamboat
nnd Ilook-kccping, In nil Us forms,
Card writing, Posting up accounts,
Copying, etc., at Uic rooms of C. J,
Howe,Noi.l5 and 10, Winter's Mock,
corner Seventh street and Commercial
avenue. Ladles class every afternoon
from 4 to 5 o'clock, and Saturdays from
2 to 4 o'clock. 1-29-lm.
"Bujccomii." The mayor's managers
says that If tho council will lucreaso tho
salary of the mayor from $500 to $1,200,
he will resign, and run the race over
again agalust any man his opponents
may put out. This Is "buiicomb." The
mayor couldn't be Induced to rwlgn.
He is too smart for that. He knows too
well what tils fate would be under sucli
circumstances. He could not get one
fifth of the votes of the city.
Coxstaiilka and Justices or tub
Pkace. In county court on Wednesday
Judge Uroes made an order to the effect
that all county constables and Justices of
the peace, who have fulled to comply with
notice heretofore given by the county
clerk to lllo new boud-, be summoned to
fill such bonds before the first day of tho
next term of the probato court, to be held
on the third Monday in March. A fall
urc to comply with this order will subject
those neglecting it to the penalties ol the
law hi such cases provided. The clerk
was Instructed to give delinquent consta
bles and Justices of the peace proper no
Tub Caiinivai.. The Puduenh AVuuof
Friday says : 'Cairo will have a Mardl
Gr.is carnival, and we havo been ordered
to Invite the city to attend. Wo can as
sure our readers that If any of them
should take n notion to go to Cairo on
the occasion mentioned, they will be sure
to enjoy themselves, ns the Cairo folks
are a whole-souled, liberal people, and
never no anything by halves. They will
do everything in their power t entertain
visitors and mako them feel at home. If
It U not hi yntir power to go further
from home than Cairo, go there by all
means, and you will bo sure to see lots of
Read This. iwn iiarlman is titling
off at eott. This is no dogc to induce
leop!e to buy, but Mr. Hartuiaii menus
what he says. He desires to go out of
the dry goods trade and will quit that
branch of his business as soon us his pres
ent stock can bu disposed of. In this
connection It may lie well to stato that
hts stock Is not old or shelf worn, but on
the contrary is fresh aud seasonable, and
ot the latest styles, consisting of such
goods as arc usually to lie found In a
llrst-class dry goods store. His stock ot
notions and gent's furnishing goods is
nlso largo nnd select, nnd will bo sold for
one-third less than the same can be pur
chased elsewhere. All Mr. Uartman
nsks is an examination of his goods aud
prices to convince every one that he
moans Just what ho says. Cull and see
him. 2-11-tf
IliiiBK Itejis, Falling, the Ohio river.
No school to-dny.
Work on the levee continues.
(Look out for Mardl Gr.is lu Cairo !
There will be lots of fun.
Thu sewers will probably be opcnsU
on Monday.
No business of Importance was trans.
acted hi probate court yesterday.
A new cottage on Tenth street, near
Walnut, for rent. Sec notice elsewhere
A pair ot lino singing canary birds
will be rallied oft at Leo Kleb'a saloon.
on Ohio leveo, to-night.
A ball for tho benefit of the -'Widow
Collins and her llvo sick children,' will
biko place- on next Monday evening,
February 28th. Tickets twenty-flvo
cents. James Manning and PaUoy
Carmady tiro tho managers'.
Maudi Giias Kmoiith or the Mys
tic Khkw. Tho society of tho "Knights
of tho Mystic Krow," aided by a large.
number of citizens, will celebrate the 29th
of February hi an appropriate manner.
A grand street' procession and parade in
which the Knights of tho Mystic Krew.
and other societies, wltli a large number
of citizens, will participate, ho proces
sion will be tho grandest ever seen In
Cairo. The grand carnival will take up
tho line' of -march' from Ku
ch from Kluge'a
of Sixthstreet
nvciiue. at 11
building, corner
nun "wuiiiiHiiviiii iivviiuv.,
o'clock a.m., and march through the
principal streets of Ihn city. At the
above tmmcd hour King Comus nnd his
guardj will enter the city, and receive
the keys of the clly from the hands of
our worthy mayor. All those desiring
to participate , in' the festivities of the oc
casion, and pay homage to his Royal
lllglines, the King, will assembto at the
corner of Sixth street and Commercial
avenue nt ten oVilock, and be ready to
start on march at Uie designated hour.
The Knights of the Mystic Krew extend
a cordial Invitation to all societies and in
dividuals to Join In the celebration. The
festivities will wind up In the evening
with a grand ball at K luge's hall.
The Tobacco Sale Yesikuday. The
sales of tobacco nt the Planter's ware
house yesterday were ol more than ordi
nary Importance, and brought together
an unusually largo board of buyers. The
number of hogsheads sold was larger
than at any previous sale this season, and
was exceeded only a very lew times dur
ing the entire season hit year. The
prices obtained were good, mid generally
sallfactory to all concerned. Sales were
ns follows: Twenty hotheads lus,
$1 75, 4 50, 4 70, 4 10, 415, 4 55 , 4 1 0,
1 45, 4 25, 4 35, 4 20, 4 00, 5 40, 4 1(1,
I 35, 4 00, 3 50, 3 03, 5 33 and 3 20.
Twenty hogsheads low to medium leal
ns follows: $0 CO, 000,8 33, 7 SO, S 00.
8 DO, 8 10, 8 10, 8 53, 8 30, 8 00, 8 00,
10. 8 00, 7 15. 8 23, C 75, 8 33, 7 00
and 8 00. Fifteen hogsheads medium
to good shipping leaf brought: $9 00, 0 75,
10 03,10 00,10 00,10 00,0 00, 0 15,0 23,
10 60, 0 00, 10 SO, 11 00, 11 05 and
$11 25. Total number hogsheads sold,"
59 ; rejcctlous.14.
Personal. W. p. Johnson, general
ticket agent lor the Illinois Central rail
road, with his family, was In tho city
yesterday, en route for New Orleans.
Mrs. Dr. Wardtitrls outof the city on
a Centennial trip.
Geo. W. Wall, esq., of DuOuion, was
In town on Thursdy nl tcrnoon and Friday,
and quartered at the St. Charles.
Geo. W. CoriU, Metrepollls, was
registered at the St. Charles hotel yester
Sam Turner, .pno of the proprietors
ot the Grand Pacific hotel, Chicago, was
In the city on Thursday, and stopped at
the St. Charles.
Dr. J. R. Mantle, a prominent phy
sician of Viucenues, Indiana, nnd a lead
ing member of Dr. Thayer's church, was
registered at the St. Charles hotel yester
Mrs. Korsmeyer leaves tho city to-day
on the steamer Andy Damn for a trip to
Memphis. Mrs. Korsmeyer goes for the
benefit of her health aud carries with her
the wishes of her many friends In this
Ity that the trip may be beneficial.
Prominent among the guests regis
tered at the St. Charles hotel yesterday
were, G. Driggs, SpriuglUeld, Massachu
setts; L. S. Dcnjcmln, Hickman; A. R.
Hall, St. Louis; Thos. G. Page, New Or
leans; W. DcBolt. St. Louis; J. II.
Beccher, Cleveland, Ohio; A. Hartley
and Hon. C. Styles, Chicago.
SUiats Halliday,n little son of Mr. nnd
Mrs. Thomas Halllday, met with a very
distressing misfortune n few days ago.
While playing, he felt Into a pan ol boil
ing water, scalding nne of his feet so
painfully that he Is confined to bed and
will be unable to walk lor some time.
The little patient Is under the care of Dr.
arducr. His speedy recover"
for by many friends.
Go Get Them. The folloa4jifg is n list
ol letters remninlng uncalled, for hi tho
postofuceat Cairo, Alexander county,
Illinois, on Saturday, February 2Cth,
Ladies Adams, Mrs. Martin ; Burns,
Molllc ; Brltton, Julia A.; Beck, Susie;
Brlttou, Mury Jane ; Clark, Fannie ;
Dyer, Pcrmcliu ; Edwards, M. A.; Franz,
Ruth; Gtcssou, Maggte; Hall, Bell;
tones, Sarah J. ; Klrby, Emcllne ; Mar
tin, Lizzie ; Martin, Mallssa ; Morrison,
Frances; Morris, Alien ; Miller, Rachel;
McGee, Mrs.W.J.; Martin, Sallie; Phil.
lips, Ella M.; Roys Annie L.; Smith,
Fannie; Sheppard, Amanda; Taylor'
Alice; Wyman, E. J.; Williams Sarah;
Ward, Susan.
Gents. Blum, L.; Bradley Jacob Bur.
rill. John F.; Bridges, II. A.; Blackford,
B. F.; Boyle, Anthony ; Cumin, Frank ;
Crawford, Isaac G.; Cavcnder, J. W.;
Cowthran, Johu ; Carnlicr, Peter ; Car
ver, Pleasant; Coward, Win. 2;
ChavU, Wcsttey; Doyle. Arthur;
Fulton, Jns. B.; Frans, J. R.; Fnr-
ris, Thomas B.; Goodln, C. P.;
Gllues, E.G.; Gibson, Win.; How, Ed.
die; Hont, Henry; Hattewoll, John;
Hofl, Samuel; Jackson, A.; Johnson,
Charles ; Jackson J. II. ; Kcssee, Harvy ;
Harry, Lnwrcncc ; Lchnlng, John ; Leu;
Mershon, G, L. ; Mills, James, 2 ; Miller,
Win.; Macouui, W. E. C, 2.
Ninde, B. E. 5; Newell, Wll-
llum , Fickety, J II. ; Shoemaker, Audy ;
Smiley, Hugh; Schmltt, Jacob; Stair
Held, Billy; Summon, P. ji, Bmllh,
Thos.t Smith, Ward T. ; Smith, Win.:
Taylor, Alfred ; Taylor, A. II. ; Thomp
son, U. V. ; Vlncc, Abo ; Vcrliolf, J. C. ;
Williams, G. II. ; Wallace, Era ; Wug-
uucher, F ; Williams, Win. ; Wurd, Win.
0. ; Zttbele, H. R.
Persons calling for thu above letters
will please say "Advertised."
O. w. mcKaeio, P. M.
Thief CAUOiir. On Thursday nlehlu
party ot twenty-two emigrants en route
South, put up nt tho Delta House, corner
of Third street and Commercial avenue,
Wm. Mclialo, proprietor, uclwccn ten
and eleven o'clock tho emigrants were
shown to their rooms, and, after every'
thing became-quict, Mr. Mclliilu left tho
hquso nml went up to the levce. In
about an hour he started to go homo,
feud when within u short distance of the
house ho was met by the porter, who
told him that a counlo pr,. suspicious
characters had been about tho house, aud
tried to get In. Just, then n man was
ecu standing In tho shado of tho house
en the opposite comer, and tho porter
pointed htm out as one of the men who
hud been about the hotel, Thu fellow
put on a bold lace, and approaching Mo
Hale, feigned drunkenness. The porter
told Mack the fellow was not drunk, but
"playing of)'." Tho fellow then put his
hand back to his Pistol, but before he
could draw it Mack knocked him down.
The second man then came up and inter
fered In behalf of his partner, when he,
too, was knocked down. The fellow got up
ana started to run, Mack auer him, and
the porter close behind. White this was
taking place the man first knocked down,
got up nnd drawing his pistol fired, the
ball passing through the porter's hat nnd
coming very near hitting Mr. Mcllnlc,
The man who fired the shot was then
cultured by Mr. McIIalc, nnd turned
over to Ihe ofllecrs and by them put In
Jail. Yesterday ho wns taken before
Judge Bross for examination. He gave
the name of John Ilourngan, and was
held to ball In $1,000 on n charge ot at
tempt to murder. Mcllnlc recognized
the partner of Hourugnn as one Mitch
McGlnnls, who was sent to ttie peniten
tiary from this place about three years
KEY "WEST CIGABS threo for
25 conts, at P. Tcichman'H, 102
Commercial avenue. 2-2()-lm
Port Uat.
Steamer Jim FIsk, Puducah.
" Grand Tower, St. Louis.
" Bernard and barges, Pittsburg.
" John F. Tollc, New Orleans.
" Wild Boy, South.
Steamer Jim FIsk, Paducah.
" Grand Tower, Memphis.
" Robin and tow, Ohio river.
" Bernard and barges, St. Louis,
" Johu W. Garrett, barges, N. O.
" John F. Tollc, St. Louis.
There was 39 feet on the gauge last
evening, the fall from the night previous
being 9 Inches.
IfThc weather was warm and pleasant,
with Indications of rain this evening.
Btialncss on the levee was very quiet.
The tow-boat Whale has been sold to
Cnptaln J. D. Pike and C. F. Adams, ot
mtubnrg, for $12,000. The Grand Lake
was sold by James Nccl to Wm. Nccli
andtlictowboat .Stella is to be sold at
auction on the 2d of March. The Whalo
is to bring the barges of the Wild Duck
to St. Louis.
Captain lluss Porter intends building
a new boat at Helena, Arkansas, this
summer. Sho is to be 110 feet long.
Look out for Captain Bob Wise and Ids
famous James D. Parker. She will leave
this port early Monday morning, and the
party from thU city, who Intend going
to the carnival with Captulu Bob,lioulu
not' fall to be on time. A glorious time
awaits them, for lie '.has promised all a
happy time, nud he always keeps his
The Tom Sherlock, Captain Lew Kotes,
Clerk M. L. Virden, will be hero to-day
from Cincinnati for New Orleans, nud
will take all the freight offered.
The Robert Mitchell w ill bo thn next
Cincinnati boat tor New Orleans, alter
the famous Tom Shrolock.
Uncle David Illner, of Mound City was
own yesterday.
The Jim FIsk came down yesterday
with a good trip. Her cargo consisted of
17 hogsheads of tobacco, 10 for the Cairo
and Vlnccnncs railroad, 7 lor New Or
leans, 130 sacks of peanuts, 33 bundles of
leather and 38 empty bacon casks for St-
Louis, 07 bags ol potatoes for Jackson,
Tennessee, and a lot of wood work lor
Memphis. Shu returned wltlia fair trip'
Tho Arkansas Belle, Captain Ben
Howard, will be hero Sunday, and will
carryexcurslonlsts from this city to the
Mardi-Gras celebration at Evansvlllc nnd
return for five dollars. Here is a good
chance torn cheap and pleasant Journey.
The levce wns a very dull place yes
terday. Tho list of arrivals was the
smallest we have chronicled for n long
time, nnd liuslncss consequently was
And now Evansvillo Is trying to get
up a .Marui urns carmvai, out wo ieur
from tho number of excursionists that
throng every boat going Soutli, that
there won't bu anybody up lu that part c'
the country to hold thu old thing up.
The Pat Cleburne Is to make an excur
sion trip from 1,'nducah to Evansvlllc on
Monday, carrying passengers nt hair
rates. A No, 1 1.iiiiiulry,
It is now conceded that Mrs. Coleman
tho laundress, No. 12 Fourth street, Iks-
tween Washington nnd Commercial nvc;
lines, has one of tho best conducted laun
dry establishments hi the illy, and land
lords of hotels and boarding houses win
find It to their advantago to call upon
her. Her prices aro as follows: Hotel
and boarding-house washing 75 cents
per dozen. For pleco work prices nre as
follows: Single shirt mid collar, 10c; per
dozen, 80c; socks, 5c; two collars, 5c;
two hniidkcrchlcrs, oc; vests, aw; ami
all gentlemen's wear, SOc. per dozen.
t ...it..., , n,,lln ili-oeenn. ."w! rjlllcn
dresKs with extra trimmings, 50c; white
dresses, $1 25c ; ladles' imUcrwnro, line
nnd coarse, $1 00 per dozen. 1-31-tl".
Conl I Conl I
I wish to Inform tho citizens ol Cairo
that 1 keen on hand a largo supply ot
coul of different kinds, which I will sell
s follows, delivered lu any part of the
city : $2 50 to $1 per ton, canh, nnd Aill
weight guaranteed. James atoss.
We will av no bills contracted by any
..mniovo of Tiie Bulletin, unless the
aamqis made on a written order signed
by the presldcul or secretary oQtte con
nanv' and we will accept no orders glvta
by m ewpioye of the company, ttor ht
, t Caiko BMURMtCtoNriMr.
November 10, 1870. tt
Fitly ccnls, nt Winter's Gallery.
Notice is hueby given that the tax books
for tho year 187.1, have been placed In my
hands and that I will be at the following
places in Aleiuder county, on the dav be
low set forth for thn purpoic of collecting
said taxes, viz :
in Clear Creek product, at the store of
K. Culley & .,o., Clear Creek Landing,
jiirou ,iu, 1871).
In TlioLes prei Incf, at tlio store of U. A
Marchlklnn, Thobcs March tth, 187(1.
In Santa Fe precinct, at the store of W.
Ireland, 8anta Fe, March n, 8M.
In Uooe Island preeluct, at the More o
O. firccnley, Goose Inland, March lo, ism.
In Dos Tooth precinct, at the hmtsc of
. Ilunssckcr, Knp, March II, I87H.
In Hazlenrood precinct, at the olllce ol
8am Ilrllcy K'co, March 14, lSTfi.
In Unity precinct, nt the ttorc of W. M.
Atlicrton, Unity, March l., 1870.
it South Cairo, at the office nf.luliii O
llarmau, Cairo, March llltb, I87G.
in .ortn uairo prerlnol. nt the court
house, Cairo, March 17th, 1870.
J lie collector hereby calls Ihe special st-
leutlen ol lux payers to .Section of the
Chapter upon revenue, rcvlu-d Matutea,
lu which ho is required to make dUtralnt
upon the personal properly of all tax piy.
tlx in default for iicrHonal t.i.vc. after
March loth. This provision nl law will be
tigorouriy enforced. Those Interested wll
therefore hear Hie fact In niliul nnd lave
linns your last years tax receipts and do
not t rut, t to the tax books for dlscripllon of
your land. AI.K.V. II. IUVIN.
District Collector.
Cairo, IP., February 9th, 1870.
Tax Nolle.
To all ncrtons concerned nntlie I heraliv
given that at a sale of land and city lots
for the delinquent state, county, district
school and other taxes ot tho year 1873, and
cottK, held at tho court home door In Cairo,
of.Timc, 1874. the tiiidcnfgiicd purchased
lal'JT, In Mock 40, lu the tint addition to the
cltV of Cairo. In nald ronrlv anil
Alexander couniv. i i iioin. an iiio-jmn na
8Ute. Said lot having been taxed
and told in tlio ntmo or Phillip Itcaug,
that the time given bylaw for tic rcdetnp.
uuu oi aiuionvui expire on loc .'nil uay
ui vuuc, ioiu. Anuiiin uaihi
Cairo, III., Feb. uoth, 1870. -Vt st
Trx Stale Netlee.
Caiiio, lu.., February 22nd, 187C.
To M. I), (iiiutcrandall other Interested
You arc hereby notified that at a sale ot
lands ( r the dcliiiiruciit State, county, dlt
tr ct nchool, personal and other taxes of
tlio year I8?i and col, held at the court
house door In Cairo. Alexander countr.
Illinois, on tho 27th and Itfth days of
.Uay. 1874, Timothy O'Cooncll purchased
the north half of the southwest quarter,
main share In section UO, township ft), south
rango'J, west otitic :ird principal meridian;
anu iuc norm uau 01 me souiiicsai quarter
ot the mme rcctlon, township nnd rango,
ltuatcd tn said county and State, and that
the Uine clvcn by law for the redemption
ot said Wad will expire on tho 27th and
28th days n May, 1870.
Timothy O'Coxxxll, Purchaser.
Tux Notice.
TO alt uenona concerned, notice I hsrelij
Klren tli.it at a ule of land and city lota, for
luuucini'iutu', ?mic, connir, uiirirr,cnooi ana
uiucr wiars qi uie yrarjB,a, auu coau, ncmai
the court home, mint door. In tbecityuf Cairo,
countrof Alexander and State of IlllnoU, on the
thirl ilay of June, Xt't, Ihe unUer!f ned became
Ihe iirchttr oflhe following dem-rllied Iota,
eltueled lu said cltjr, rjmnly and Mate, taxed
and aold a lielnw net forth, to-wltt
ffr ,tf- s i-V.
! ! ! ! ITI I !
O 9 ;
1111111 II
C T. H -) i- !
s 5
And that the time for the rrdeninllon or aaid
loti rrumMid Dale will exnlre on the thlnl dar
or June, ism. .Auu.tKiAiLu. aauius.
Cairo, Illiuoi, Kcli.K, m;o. 1'urduuert,
Tax Stele N etlee.
To A II. KolierUon. T.J. Jeffrey. Clu'liorne
Uri...M Y.wl.l U..fe t If TU.I.W ..,1 u
K. and II. B- Johnton. and to all other whom
It nuv concern: you anu eucn or you arenereuy
notllled tbatou Uie :kl (third) ttay of June, A.
II.. lK74.it auxiale. held at the court home
door, In the City of Cairo, tn the County of
Alexanarr auu nunc or iiiinoi. ut iiic men
herlrr and ax-ofllein collector of aaid counlr.
of laaia aid lot delinquent for theMtte,count,
Cairo and Vlncenne railroad Interett, dUtrict
road, uutrict aenooi and corioraiioo oi in uuy
nf l'.lm taxei for lha Tear A. 11.. IK71. J. K.
Wliuton uecame trie nirchater:oi inn toitanu
land ael in Ihe name d for the amount
of taxes and cott heieln below set forth, lo-witi
to en H
c o o o
'. I l I 1 o r.
i.i:.' r.
c. c
w St
.uii eSjUMii"'
.nu inai ine aaiu u. r.. luaiun, 1 m ih-i-iiiiii.r.
n,lirnMl nil right, title unil lulerctt
which he had aciuiii'd by virtue of Mid purclmae
111 Ulia 10 tlloaDOVe llCMTiuni mwii mm tnj
and tract or parcel 01 lanuiu Liaiuoriiv "in
And tliat the wild Claiborne Winston having
lwen adjtulgeil a inaliin ii)xn 111 own tril
lion, ami 1110 uniierwsiKu, iaiiwr oiunu,
having licen duly chuwu and aMiliitl Ihea
nisnee nf tald Wliuion, accunllnij tn the provis
ion ofllieact of congrem entitled ''An act to
ealabliiili a unirorm nynleiii of lunkruplcy
throuchout theUnlleil Mate, " apiiroved March
2d, ll7, and the aniemlntory ucts tberelo. And
tnai an rvni, line anu initi" "t .
In and tn said town and c Ity tot, and tract and
...... .ru nr 1 mil iirniiilvncilbed.aciiulrulliv virtue
in , old aealirninent. It vented In aald J. Taylor
8inith a auignee uf ld Iwokmi't.
Anu inai ine lira lor inereneniuuinoi am
lot and Uud will aspire nn the Iklrd (3d) day
or June, A. 11., mm) auu inai unieaa uie him
uliall be redeemed the uuderalgned will apply
lor a iwxu to aaiu tot nnu inmi.
J. TAYIAf 11 oairiii. .
Aaitgnceof U. Wlnttoa, Bankrupt.
CAtao, llilnol. rebnury.iWtt.
a wee, a .a....,
& x i "I
26 omta, at . Teiekmut'e, 101
Commero'av! avcaur. aao-im
"U persona concerned, aotirt Is htftny
iu5Tl.7t,w ta "f- Tear im, ami
houi ,kI If ioni,J""""ly rite court
Juw W' ii.?i(illtB0.,5' " HI IJUrd day of
iAt. Block. In WUoU luu aMl
"at. Hate
A. S WUuk..
That said Mallna 1,. Clark baa iuIimJ h
certinoate or i.urchaee tor the t
nllied lot lo the undenlftied, and that the 11m
or redemption rVom id tale allowed by law.
IHx,lreon the thlnl lUy of June, 157. Hoi
lice la alto lien-hr ai n (iii mi ...... ui.
for ItL??"" Wl1 the taine place, on I be
twelnh dar or June. Ittl. ul.l H.nL.7i
purchawl UwroIlowlnxolberLropcrty, ilreatrd
In ald Conntr of Alexander, UUMl and told In
.,rciimea ueiewaei lonn, tu-wu:
I art Bee. T. It'na No. In waoea tiaau ail
swnw 21
.'iri anu (old.
t'i John Utetl, Jr.
I'l .lohnUtatu
a 40 John Lotett.ir.
o W. H. I'arrifc. ,
J !S Alraarioe Worltilnfton
a 40 Hugh p. Craig.
I Kmma r. Rawllnf.
S 1") JohnJame. J
awtw at
awnw a
awiie 25
aeaw 7.1
neaw Jte
ptnwuwU 15
e 31 16
Wl.'nir 1 1 1
t "- ... . bik naa alio ailirnoi
Ljr5iiC.r,irt.'.or. I'"rc for the ehore ae
ff. ' iH'I'totte derlrne.l. and that Ihe
time or reilemptien n-nm ald ale allowed lir
L"T.?.U ? ".' '" Jay of June, m.
Sal.l Malloa I, Clark . at 11m una ! t... ,k.
Tfcal u.ll... V .
IT.. ."I . """"Iiiare no me iwen-
tlelh day of June, H7I, purduued Ihe following
oilier Iota, Mtuated In the fourth additloa to f aid
Wtr ofltlro, in aald county and Mute, uxed
ami .-old a below let forth, lu-wlti
Lot. Illock. In whoM name taxed and aold.
W. I. Murphy.
Tint Hlil MnllKnt. I1..V I... ,
her certlllcttte nr titirrhas fur thM .l..v. .IMB.(..
elluU totheunifenlriied,aail that the time of
rnlemntion from aiiitl ml, allownl l,v Uw ,n
expire on the Clh day of Jane, 1S7S.
,, , , , Aaalgnee orpurcltaaer.
Cairo, Ills., Febreary o,18?i. 2.2SUt
By virtue of a spectsUxectitfon tome di
rects by the clerk of the circuit court of
A'axanucr county, In the .State ot Illinois,
In favor o Frederick Fatrthorn and Theo
dore Hand, firm of Falrthorn & Hand, and
against Sarah I.. Kline, I will sell the fol
lowing described property, to-wlt: Lota
numbered seven (7) and eliflit (8), in block
uuujueiku uiiii;-.iui(io;. la UIO CIIJ OI
Cairo, county or Alexander and State et
Illinois, a the property of the said Sarah L.
Kline at public aale at the Houth-weit door
ofthe courthouse In the city of Cairo, tn
me co ii o 17 01 Aicxaouer ami eiaie 01 Illi
nois, on t-o Seventeenth (17th) rliv of Hsreli.
A.I).. 1870. at the hour of tlnvrn Ml)
o'clock. A. Jl., for cash, to satiafr said exe
cution. . Alx. U.Irvin.
Sherlfl of Alexander county, Illinois.
Caiiio, Ills., February Seih, 1&7. S-iS-hl.
llv virtue of a sneelal axecntlaa 'tn
directed by the clerk or the circuit rotirtof
Alexander county. In the State ol llllnof.
in favor of Ueorge Boe timer, and agate!
Uelnbold V. Ildznerand Settle BeUaer.f
will sell the following described nroDertv.
to.wlt: The houses situated unoa lots
numbered six (fi) and seven (7), In block
numbered twcnty-irlx (28), aad lot
numbered three (,n in block
twenty-teven (17), in the elty of
Vairo, coudiv 01 niexauuer, in we etate or
nunoii; anu also ine leaaenoiej estate or
Uelnhold V. Ilclzncr and Settle Beliner, in
and to said lot tlx, seven, and three,
as the property ol said Ueln
hold V. lklzner and Set
tle Bclzoer, at public sale at the southwest
door of tho court home fa the cftr of Cairo.
In the county of Alexander and fitate of
Illinois, 011 tho Seventeenth (17th) day f
March, A. 1)., 1870, at the hour ef eleven
(11) o'clock, a. m., for cash to satisfy tall
execution, ALiEA. 11 ikviiv,
Blinriff of Alexander Co., Illinois.
Cairo, 111.. Feb. ZVi, 1070. MJ-ld
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