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T1IK DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MOILMNH, JANUAKY .11, 1870.
rpUE CHEAT BLOOD TONIC
, 1 For Ui ctua af all dlaoaaea arlalni from Impure
v Oftte Hood.and for luvltroratinz und atrentllieulnir the
jillowin. Aro you weak, iiervoua. duhtlltatud,
! ! pale and emaciated) Have you loat your appetlter
i ' yon natim-a. pain in the back. Jte If ' Dr.
t tiniK!)'' Mood (Searcher will drive out tin; dlaeao
i and brine buck the llloom of Health. I'lmple.
Dall Holla, Ervatpclaa, Tetter, Hull. Klu'iim. Ax,, are hut
! By 1 aurhcu Indication of Wood Dlaeaae: mid Dr. Llnd
i Six e? Blood Searcher, by pnrlfylni,' the ny-uin oft
; Ttir' n the akin mid beauline th coiiiplMton- ul
i Ou 1lldruir;'l"t. V . per bottle. H h. Seller,
(. v , l'wprlctor, l'llt-burii, Pa. Barclay Hro.. Axilla
i Ejr; Ciro.
V. QKLLER'S COUGH SYKUP.
Ovrr 1.000.000 bottle old. It I tho mot V
' mA nAim ir n-nil'llV lor I OUUI"". ""-. .i"
IlmrSueH Bud all throat and lioiK (Ileum ",
I" ' lMim in ue for liuir a ccrnurv
.1. K. Y oilman, Long . Dl.,
v? nyt: "It Mwd my
twocliUilrcii irwm me H""'
A L. Simmon, of BamnjoM. -wi.. '"'.... :
,1... u,.ri Pfiii'h immediately, Afl jour
For over 51 vear SELLER'S LIVER PJU have
bwn the standard remedy for Uwr Cou. plaint,
Burk, Ili.lnea. OoaU-d TonKiu-. Kwr and As m,
..d.U dlMMM arUii.)! from a Ic-ranRt-d wte 0
. k n'h.ktnuti A (1 (trim, f if lill? PHlHli.
i,7v: ' HollWa PlUi bavo favod hundwdaof
j..iV...'i ,i,.i,.r-' hill in thin rouniry
Wrltem&t'o., Proprietor, I'iUBburj;, la
ltTO., Aiita, Cairo.
y H. MAUEAX, M. I).,
Homeopathic rhy-iician and Surgeon.
Offire 11 fommiToIul avenuo. lli-uidi-ncc corner
Konrtfiilh St. and Wimliintjion avi-'Uiu', tairo.
'yy it. smith, M. u.
OfUfe il Ri-HldPiicf :
NO. 21 THIRTEENTH STREET, CAIRO. ILL.
JQK. E. W. AV1I1TLOCK,
Orntit No. 136 CommCTclal Avenue, uotwuen
RiKbth and Ninth Street j
R. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFKICE Eighth Street, near Comnienial Avenue;
g T. WHEELER,
omCK Ohio Levee, bet. Fourth and Sixth !
J IKEOAK & LANSDEN,
OFFICB No. 113 Commercial Avenue.
THE DAILY BULLETIN,
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
Only Mornins Daily in Southern Illinois.
We are authorized to announce the name of Au
MBoC'oMiaua ai a candidate for City Treasurer at
Ui enaulng city election.
W arc athorlzed to aunounco the name of Wal
rwiL. Bbibtol an a candidate for the office of City
Treanuror, at the enitiin charter election.
"We are authorised to announce W." F. Schi'ckkiw
ai candidate for City Clerk at the approaching
ont'B. ro whom it vat conckiin. The Cairo
KUlletln Co., will pay no bills contracted by any of
lt employes, or any one connected with Tun Bi'i.
urm, nuleaa Die aame U made on a written order
lj!Bd by myaclf, and the order mutt be altuched to
the Dill when preaented.
E. A. Bl'UNETT,
Caiho. 111., Jan. 30, IHTtf.
Time. Bar. Ther. Hum Wind. Vel. Weather.
11 :11 " S0.43
3 p. m. o.:u
43 8 N. A Clondv
45 84 Calm Cloudy
48 W N. 8 Clourtv
49 67 N. 8 Cloud'v
Sfulmom Tempcraturu. 49S; Uiulmum 'i'em
pntura, 40; Kainfall.O 00 Inch.
V. H. RAY.
Sers't Signal Corun, U. S. A,
There will be a business meeting of the
Reform club, this evening,
Jiiile Georgo Mcrtz, of Mound City,
ni in Cuiro, yesterday.
Johnny Crowley, with Halliday Bro's
in St. Johns, was in Cairo yesterday.
Jonesboro gave a dance ant supper
last night, to build a plank road to Anna.
Capt. J. C. Willis was in the city, yes
terday, and called at The Bn.LEL
The illuminating oil company has
placed a supply tank on wheels, and yes
terday it was put in motion.
The coffin placards to be seen around
the city have uo terrible significance, unless
a meeting of the K. M. K. C, be durable
among the terrors,
An up-town residence was robbed of a
large quantity of wearing apparel, night
liieforc last. The thief made a clean sweep
f all the elothing he could l!nd.
An adjourned term of the Probate
court convened yesterday morning. Min
utes of the proceedings -will be given in
The Bulletin to-morrow.
If the inclemency of the weathcrdidn't
form too big un obstacle, the "Jolly
Twelve" held a social reunion, last night,
at the residence of Mr. Henry Wells.
Aniimg the nmusetficnts booked for the
wming week is fin exhibition by the New
hard Brothers, who are, if we are correctly
informed, cntuic and calistheuic artists of
Bill Harris it the name of the individ
ual who beat, or attempted to Iw-iit a
woman. The woman name is "Virginia
, Daulelk and the mat be, and likely it a
m-rnm ratlnir creature; but her aex
unjl ,i,Wt IW1
fj-ttKbura, I'a. Barclay Uro., Ascnt. Cairo.
should shield her from the blows of the
masculine side of the human Tamily, let her
tongue wag as it may. Harris was lined
f j and the costs.
A number of the artists and artistes
who have accepted engagements in the
Theater Coniique, have already nnived in
the city. The institution will open Satur
It would afford us much pleasure to
respond to all applications made to us for a
daily exchange; but our exchange list is
already burdensomely large, and must be
curtailed, not increased.
Constable Tom Echols, ol Caledonia,
anesteda negro man named Pomp Uird,
in this city, yesterday. The ncsro had ob
tained goods from Porter's store, at New
Grand Chain, under false pretenses.
Two boys who grind an organ and a
man who has but one hand to give to the
grinding of his orga'i, Vere about town
yesterday, shattering the nerves of respec
table people with most execrable noise.
E. Irvin Rudd, Esq. is the father of a
bran new, ten pound boy, with excellent
but uncultivated powers uf vocalization. Of
course the father is happy, und it the boy
doesn't like it, how is he oingto help him
self? -For the time being the Egyptian flour
ing mills are supplied with water by an
engine planted on the edge' v( the river.
In a few days, at farthest, the water pipes
that necessitate this expedient, will be all
Tluraas Shields was the name given to
Judge Bird, yesterday, by a rather seedy
individual who was called upon to plead
to a charge of drunkenness. He had no
rational defense to offer, and was mulcted
in the sum of $2 and costs. Calaboose liw
The announcement of Mr. Will I)e
zonia's marriage as one of the probable
happenings of Tuesday night, was prema
ture. The affair will be consummated with
in the next two weeks. The handshaking
to which Will wassubjected, yesterday, was
earnest and nearly continuous.
Bowman's company for his Theater
Coniique arrived by the Narrow gauge
railroad, yesterday evening, and will be on
hand in full force to-morrow evening.
Bowman promises to give a first-class
variety entertainment, and wants to verify
the promise before u full house.
Won. Thomas W. Halliday is short n
valuable family horse. Early yesterday
morning his stables were entered, and the
animal taken away. The police kept a
diligent lookout, all day yesterday, but, in
the evening, were without any intimations
aa to the whereabouts of either the horse or
the rascal who stole him.
The cooper Ilentz, who left tlie Mur
dock shop in this city, last week with an
arm load of tools that didn't belong to him,
turned up in Murphysboro, a few days
afterwards, and, with all due diligence, re
peated the same game. But in this in
stance ho didn't escape so easily. He was
arrested and is now in custody.
John Richardson, was not drunk. He
had arrived at that stage of intoxication
when one feels smart, funny or irritable,
according to one's disposition. John was
irritable, yesterday and becoming disorder
ly, was ''pulled," tried, adjudged quietly
and lined $3, and the cost of the proceed
ing. Another boarder in the calaboose
was the cousequencc.
The divorce suit of John I), vs. Mrs.
Zanone, from Pulaski county, will be tried
before Judge Harker, in this county. Mrs.
Z. representing to the court that she was
without means to employ an attorney, the
Judge allowed her, as an anticipation of
her alimony, the sum ot 50. Zamone made
affidavit that his property is worth, above
his liabilities, about fi.OUO.
--Mr. Oberly has been asked to serve as
judge in a competitive display of oratorical
and musical ability in the Southern Illinois
Normal building, sometime next month.
The comjHititora will bo chosen from the
different institutions of learning in the
State, and in deciding the contest Mr. 0.
will be aided by two assistants rhetorical
and musical experts, like himself.
The divorce suit pending in our cir
cuit court, between Mr. and Mrs. J. D.
Zanone, necessitates the preseuce of 25 or
HO Mound Cityites as witnesses, and at
tracts an equal number as spectators. It
The Blllktik were ''that kind" of a paper
it would publish the testimony; hut as we
are not much "given" to that kind of liter
ature, the correspondent of the Chicago
Times enjoys a monopoly.
It has been decided finally that the
great race letween Harlem and the Butch
er Boy will not be run on the !J4th street
track, but on the Island course. Dave
M unlock, who never lost u race in his life,
and has rode more than a score of them,
will ride Harlem, and Tom Logan's rider, a
boy named Jim llimdce'ier, wi'l ride
Butcher Boy. It will bo n closely con
tested race, and money enough to buy
Hi'verul firms, wiilcliungu humison the re
sult, Twelve cars comprise a load (that is
they occupy the room provided) for our
transfer steamers. An engine is always in
waiting, so that the moment the steamer is
made last to tho cradles, the cats are drawn
from Urn Iwat to the top of the incline As
aoon as these cars ore disposed of, twelve
other cars take their place for the mturu
trip, and as the crossing of the river con
sumca only fire or ten nriautiu of time, it is
readily seen that our transfer capacities are
equal to extraordinary demands. Unless
interrupted by heavy ice or dense fog, there
is no delay (ft Cairo that is worth taking
into account, that can be charged to the
Justus Cunningham ha I an oppor
tunity of airing his eloquence beforo 'Squire
Robinson, yesterday, in a ease of assumpsit,
between Hesch and Walter. Hesch lost his
suit; but Justus believing, and declaring in
presence of the court, that there was not a
skitilla of evidenco to w arrant the decision,
ho took an appeal to the circuit court.
The Fourth ward is nlllicted with quite
a number of very had and mischievous boys.
They are fertile in the invention of means
to annoy the, neighbors, and now that they
can't fusillade passers-by with snowballs,
they have commenced bombarding private
dwellings with mud balls. A night in the
"cooler" for tin; leaders in the mischief
would have a wonderfully restraining effect,
and we should not object to see it tried.
Tho card of Mr. G. T. Whitlock ap
peal's in another column in this morning's
Bulletin, and we direct tho reader's at
tention to it. Mr. W. is an industrious and
entirely reliablo young man; and merchants
and business men can entrust their collec
tions to him with every assurance that he
will give them faithful attention. Just
such services as he offers to tho public an
in frequent demand, and the business por
tion of tho community should lend him all
tho encouragement it can.
Tlie ''Religious Illustrated Lecture on
Spirit Power," by Miss Anuy Grey, excit
ed considerable comment, yesterday; but
the character of the exhibition was not dis
cussed, tor the reason that there was uo
diversity of opinion about it. Everylsidy
agreeil that it was the boldest swindle ever
practiced upon an innocent, unsuspecting
community. There was not even a pre
tense of carry irg out the programme; and
the whole tiling w as transparant as a fraud,
shameless as it cheat, and villainous other
wise. As the female "rascal" goes in the
direction ofGwrgia (unless the agent lied
about it, which very likely he did) we ad
monish our cotemporaries down that way.
to look out for her. She is a dead-beutof
the most pronounced type.
Wc have learned nothing at all deffi
nite about the "funding anungenietit" au
thorized by our voters, and can't say
whether the propositions wo submitted to
our creditors will be accepted or rejected.
It is highly probable, however, that most of
our creditors w ill fall into tlie arrangement.
Some may hold off, until admonished by
the result of a lawsuit, that it is better to
take a half a loaf of bread than no loaf at
all; and a very few may stay out altogether.
It was not expected that the arrangement
would be even partially effected without
trouble; but the protracted silence of the
agent is unaccountable. Quite recently
we received an intimation that "everything
was going on all right;" but beyond that
we have heard nothing since the election.
Jim Andcixm, in the vicinity of Fitz
gerald's Sample Boom, yesterday, drew his
revolver out of his pocket, and fired it into
the air, live times in quick succession. Mrs.
F., in the house near by, was thrown into
the most fearful state of agitation tinder
the conviction that her husband had been
shot, and some time elapsed before she
could be reassured. Policeman Cain hap
pening along took James under wrest, lie
was considerably alarmed, und pulling a
roll of bank bills from his pocket begged
Cain to accept the amount and his thanks
and let him off. Cain not being engaged
in that kind of business, took Anderson
before Judge Bird, who fined hiin and
costs, for carrying concealed weauons ami
making such reprehensible use of them.
Under the head of "An Obnoxious
Appointment," the Springfield Correspon
dent of the St. Louis Globe Democrat, refers
to Mr. Oberly 's re-appointment as one of
the R. & W. H. commissioners in the follow
ing manner, "Tho confirmation by the
Senate of Jno. H. Oberly, of Cairo, as the
Democratic representative on the Railroad
Commission, is a subject of considerable
comment, and the expression of much dis
satisfaction by Sothern Illinois Republicans.
They say that Oberly is particularly obnoxi
ous to them by reason of his vigorous Dem-
cratic campaigning, and are inclined to
censure Gov. Cullom for appointing him.
While the terms of personal intimacy be
tween the Executive and Oberly may have
something to do with the appointment, the
precodent of appointing Democrats on tho
State, Board was established by Gov. Bcve-1
i , i i. i. .. i .1... A, .. , 'I
riuge, who, waeu no lounu mat me iicpun
liean Senate wouldn't vote solid and con
firm his nominations to the Railroad Ikiurd,
sandwiched in u Democratic apixtiutee, und
so got the solid vote of the Denocratic Sena
tors, and his nominees continued. Gov.
Palmer, also appointed a pet-soul friend
Virgil Hickox, as a Democratic representa
tive on the Canal Board. The Southern
Illinois members, however, coihidered it
much like crow to support the Kxeeutivo
nomiiiatiou of a Bourbon Demoeiat, particu
larly obnoxious ut campaign tim , mul cite
Postmaster General Key as not ii around
campaigning against Republican,,
There exists, at, this llm , a tv press
ing necessity for a now school i.ni'im;. As
many us eighty ami even one luiinlrcd chil
dren tiro now crowd ;d into fm,. h,n) n,J
charged to the cure of a nal,. tvaehcr.
While this condition of affair,, euntinues It
Is utterly Impossible for the sow'K tl,
that point of excellence thuf j, ,,.siral,(.,
and it is impossible for tlie luchcr to do
justice to herself or her pupils. If the
oliler, stronger and more vigorous children
were subjected to the inconveniences com
plained of, tho evil would be somewhat
less; but the discomforts of the situation
full upon tlie little six and eight year old
boys und girls of the city. It is these little
creatures, with correspondingly little cu
piu ity of endurance, that are closely hud
dled, one hundred in it room, some ot them
properly seated, some of them with a half
seat, and many of them without any scat at
all. A hundred pairs of little lungs in
haling mid exhaling the heated and often
breathed atmosphere of one badly ventilla
ted room, it is almost marvelous that epi
demic diseases among the children have
not followed as a consequence, The par
ent who pays his equitable share of school
taxes is wronged by such a condition of af
fairs'; the child that is subjected to
such an ordeal, is wronged, and the teacher
is wronged in her person and repu
tation. Just ut this juncture our taxnayers
would probably remonstrate against the
levy of a sufficient tax to pay for the erec
tion of a new school house. We know that
the people of Cairo are already paying nn
almost ruinous per cent, of taxation; but
when it is remembered that the required
building could now be erected for $7,000
or $8,000, it is are flection upon us that the
need is not supplied. If half the amount
were levied one year and the balance the
next year, the total levy would not be as
heavy as it was at any time between 18(1(1
and 18T0. By the payment of about $13,000
a year "ve might not only maintain our
school, as tissual, but. at the end of the
second year, have our new building paid
for. Up to 1S70 we paid from $12,000 to
$10,000, and never winced at it. Can't
we recall a little of our departed stamina
THE PKOPOSED ADDITIONAL
At the meeting of the City Council held
on the second Tuesday of the present
moith, Alderman Rittenhouse presented a
petition ten or twelve feet in length, nuking
the oiactment of an ordinance imposing ad
ditioial restrictions on the issuance of
liqr.or licenses. To speak a little more in
detail, the petitioners asked that no more
licenses be granted m any ward of the
city, unless the consent of a majority of the
voters and of all the females, white and
black, is first "had and obtained. The
Council entertaining some doubt of its
legal right to enact mich an ordinance, or,
rather, of the legality of such an ordinance,
should it be enacted, referred the matter to
he Corporation Counsel, Wm. B. Gilbert.
Esq. At the meeting of the Council, held
last Saturday night, the following opinion
was read, and now, if the Council "will,
it may :"
To the City Council of the City of Cuiro:
Gentlemen The petition of sundry per
sons praying for "the enactment of a law that
no place for the sale of intoxicating drinks
shall be liecned in any ward of the City
without tho COHHent of ft majority of the
voters and of the women over eighteen years
of age in that ward, such consent to be ex
pressed by their signature to a petition for
such license." was referred to me by your
Hon. Body, January 14, 1879, for uiy opin
ion "as to whether nn ordinance to that ef
fect would be legal."
I respectfully reply: that article V of
tip.1 city charter, sec. 1. paragraphs "fourth"
and "torty-sixtli, gives tlie t.ity t ouucii
piwer "to license, regulate and prohibit the
silling or giving away of uny intoxicating,
malt, vinous, mixed or fermented liquor,"
aid "to tlx the amount, terms and manner
of issuing and revoking licenses."
The powers thus conferred arc ample to
give tht council complete control of ths
subject of granting licenses "for the s ile of
Tlie council in its discretion may, if it
sec prqier so to do, entirely prohibit such
sales, or it may impose any conditions or
restrictions it pleases upon the granting of
license for such sales. lam therefore of
the opinion that an ordinance to the effect
askei'-for in said petition, if passed by the
-city council, "would bo legal." It would
of course, like all other ordinances, be sub
ject to repeal or modification by subse
quent action of the council, but so long as
it remained in force, I think there can be
no question as to its legality.
Wm. B. Gilukivt,
It is not our purpose to place our "honora
ble board" iu a false position before the
public ; but we think we can name six mem
bers who will vote "uo" on the passage of
such m, ordinance. Wo may be mistaken;
but we feel well persuaded that before the
prayer of the petitioners is grunted, the
male portion of them must elect a council
in harmony with their own views in tho
Blank books in stock or made to ordej
by Ambrose Pyatt. Paper Boxes manufac
tured to order. Call at tho Bulletin Build
ing, or address him through the postofilcc,
Foil u good Bhave for ten cents, a good
hair cut for twenty-five cents, go to Henry
Schick's babcr shop, No. 142 Conunecial
Fhkh Oyhtkk Luuoh, every night at
half-past cL'ht o'clock, at Harry Walker's
Branch Ofpich of Williams' Steam Dye
Works, of Evansvillo, at Mrs. James' No
47 Eighth street, Cairo, Ills.
Kstkay Cow. Taken up by the sub
scriber, living on Eighteenth street, be
(ween Popular und Commercial, on or
about the 20th Instant, a red side cow with
white back, no eur-iimrlta and has a young
calf. The owner is-requcsted to come for
ward, prove property, pay charges and take
her away. F. Whitcamp.
Cuiro,' ills., Jan. 20, 1879.
A SA.CE .LIGHT!
EILIAIIINIEI I I
(.Beware of Imitations.)
Cannot be Exploded!
CAN HE BURNED IN ANY .PETROLEUM LAMP!
Is the very Highest Grade of Illuminating Oil from which, in the process of manufact
ure, every impurity has been eliminated. ELAINE is free from -Benzine
and Paraffine. In color, ELAINE is spring water white, and its "fire fst"
is so high as to make it as absolutely safe as any illuminant known. Hav
ing no disagreable odor, ELAINE is a pleasant oil lor family use. It
does not incrust the wick, and thus is avoided it" frequent retrimniing.
Ask For It. Use Xo
Iiif.Tjor and Cheaper Oils are Jalsely ofierwl and sold a
ELAINE. Be sure you art) uot Imposed upon. The dealer
who would deceive you in this, will deceive you in other
ELAINE NEVER VARIKS IN QUALITY.
Has Received the following Awards and Endorsement.
FROM THE ORIGINAL JURORS OF THE
CENTENNIAL INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION, 170
ONLY FIRST PREMIUM,
A GOLD MEDAL i
From I'it.tsbur'jr; Kxposition Society, 1ST
Adopted for the Inland
Light House Department
The Board of
UNITED STATES STEAMBOAT INSPECTORS
of the . S. Treasury Department gives Elaine its unqualified recommendation.
BOARDS OF FIRE
throughout the United States endorse its use
NEW A DVEHTISEM ENTS.
OEM EHALCULLEf TOK OK HILLS AND HE NT $
All aei 'iuiit of )irol''iiiinl uiid hutlmKa men
promptly attended to. ( intra, 1:10 Commercial ave
nue, iH'tweeu jviKiiin anil Minn "trci-m.
CAIUO, ILLINOIS. I
Kefi'Micex:-ProfefrionAl ami l)u-In''c men uf i
REPOJtT OK THE CONDITION
C1T Y N ATION A Ij HAN K
at Cairo, In the State ol lilinol, at the cloe of
JANUARY 1, IhTO.
Loam and dlpconnt $ :2.M lt
U.S. lunula to secure circula
V. S. hoiulM on hand DOUOO
Other atucka, honde und mort
Due from approved rcnenv
iiuentc f is.arr.3i
Due from other national bank lti.C-l Alii
Due from Htnfii hanka and
linnkrrx 2.3W.M 07,574. Wi
Real I'Httite. furiiituro anil 111-
Checks and other i-axli ltcm..$ l.Mtt Hi
llllla of other IluiikH a-t,47 U)
Fractional currency, (Includ-
Imt nlck'lo I.flsfl.ir,
Legal Vernier note iW.tKW.uD-.V .1171.43
Redemption fluid with U. S.
TieaMiirer, (R per cent, of clr-
Ki-ii mini U. S. Trenourer.
other tliau 5 per rent. Hi-
demptlnn Fund 1,800.00
('npllnl atnek puld 111 IKl.enO.ui
SuriiliiH Kimd iiveon.OO
Undivided Proflta 4tt.dm.01
National bunk iuih-h doi Hiniut-
Dividend till paid 3.010.00
Demand eertli!ciiti'of ileiMiii(tt).:)ilS.C7
Due toother iiiitliiiiui hunk, I.ISM'a
D110 to Mute hunk" and
hunker .17,4M.SH iHfllW.'W
Mtiiteor llllli.tK 1 niintv or Alexander, m.
I.V. llylnp, riiKlilerof tho above mimed mink,
do olemiilv wi'ar that the above aiateuient la true
to the heat of uivknowlednu and belief.
W. Hmlop. Cncliler.
Knhaerlbi'd in,l worn tobefon' mthl Wt Inlay
oMaimary, ih;h, j, , candkk, Notary Public.
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H. II.Cunmhoiuii. VDlrectora-
II. L. liAJXUM'i
Other In Your Lamps!
DIPLOMA AND MEDAL
Marine Service of the
ok the United States.
aud rate it as safe as gas,
Mumacturls, A iron t s.
! pOR NEW ORLEANS AND ALL WAY
Vhe el,'iut Anchor Line ateamer.
BELLE. OF, SIIREVEPORT.
LfdVt'M with Dispatch.
Kor freight or paaae apply to
CUT. THOMAS W. SHIELDS. A.-eu'.
on Anchor Line Whaii-liimt.
p)R MEMPHIS AND VICKSBI KG.
The Splendid Siil wheel steamer
Now recc!lii to leave with rtl.-jmieu.
Kor freight or paanj;e, apply to
CAl'I'. THOMAS W. HIIIEf.DS. A sent.
Olllce on Anchor Lino Whml hunt.
MASOI EUADK 11 A LI..
(ilvim by tho
FEBRUARY 1th, 11)70.
TICKETS DO CENTS.
VEHYHODY ahould attend. It will bo lln (I rat
1j and best bull of the aeaaou.
OOHXlTTKa or AtUlATtOKM KNT.
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