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For n good morschnum, go to H. Srcycrs'. Jf
1 Century Tolmeeo at eol, nl'll. Mdyors'. tf
AVf.lv. Garrett's celebrated Scotch Snull'can
bo bought nt$Ui 00 per box, nt II. SI overs'.; tf
Nowislho time, until Janiinry tlio llrst,
to buy your smoking tobacco nt hnlf prht
nt II. Meyers', tf
Tlio nlarm of lire, lat night, was occasioned
by pool-burning In tbo chimney of- Airs, lied
Tlio receipt on account of the.
school oxhlbitlon Saturday niirlit, reached
$211,00 probably tbo largct hnitm over tt-
nhbled within the wall - of ti..t building.
Tho hcavv ico floating In tbo Ohio river,
covering nbout half it surface tells it tale of
cold weather "up tbo drink'' of which
no counterpart. In her Inst trip to J
Iho Cairo steamer Cumberland woro
rnassivo crib in lighting it.
TAX IN 1011 W-,.
Tho tux book is now in mv bands and J
shall immediately proocod to tu eolloction
of tbo taxes charged therein. Por that pur
pose 1 shall nttotid nt my oilleo in tho court
house from half past 8 o clock, a.m. until 4
o'cloqk,:p.m., each day. L. II. Alvnns,
Sherltfnnd ex-ottWooollc'tnr Alexander county.
211011 IIKAK MKAT.
Quito a crowd gathered at tbo expross oflleo
jesterdny, thoaUontloii boing tlio carcass of
n boar, stripped of tlic outrun-, tnnt weigueu
tbroo hundred and sev nty p und I It was
captured in' Arkansas, and was cn route for
Chicago. "When nlivodt win a monster ani
mal, whoso bugging ability wo would much
rather hear toll of than lo-irn by oxperienco,
Timotbv Hotsiitn, n drayman, who resides on
tho cornor of 28th and Poplar, brutalized him-
self with whisky, last Saturday evening, and
while undo: the inadnoM thus occasioned, boat
his wlfo so fovoroly, that for u lime, it was fear
ed that doath would rosult from Her injuries.
This morning, however, sho was reported to bo
out of "daniior.
IIojinn says that hU wlfo aggravated him;
as if any aggravation could justify n Mow upon
tin. iiorl tteiwm of a wife. His story is to
tlio rfl'oct that on Christmas evo ho gavo her
forty dollar, and that.aho squandered it; .that
uigiiomo fos hiit Ohrfetma dinner ho got,
,.-t nd, a violent tongue-lashing and a ln-ating
vcr tho bond witji aueh articles as pot-lids,
i ..ttlos, sadirons, &c, and in it corroboration of
tlii? ho ifililWtfd aotno n'vom contusions on tlio
f..ci und head. Escaping from the house hrj
wont out and ft hi muV-". hoping hi wifo'4
passion might cool, but oil Li rUuru she re
newed her assault, that tlhii, and nut till then,
i.o struck Iter tltwi Udws with life list. This
is Tim' story, and may or may not bo tho trim
version. Ve regard it na altogether proliublo
that tho "patience and long Milrerilig was on
the part of tho wife, an Tim was drunk, and
had bean drunk ftr the past thirty-six hours,
lloottino downtown immediately nilor tho fuss,
and surrendered himself to tbo officers of tho
law, and was committed io jail to await tho re
sult of lite wife's injuries.
CHKUSTAS IN TUB HT. CIIAai.JK.
Our ""1rsnt host of tho St. Charlo Hotel,
Mr. .Tewett "WMoox, received, on Chritmas
day, from his employe, a lostiinonini which
tho public will esteem only in tho light of a
c.'iiflnnation of thoir jiro-coneeiveil iMitiims
t f his kindnem and atihbility, Wth a v land
lord and a gentleman. This testimonial c.ni-i-i-led
of a ouautiful silver pitcher, goblet and
snlver, elaltorately ornamented, which weru
provided at a cost of 75. Tho alvor Imre
the following inscription :
lilt. AI D miS. JUAVKTT AVlht.'oX
liMl'i.OTKB (tf ST. C'ltAKI.Bfi IIUTRL,
Tlio purine of the employe wa tirst uiado
biiowii to Air. Y. aitd hi amiable Udyitt'tlm
very instant of tho preentatln. That there
vv.i a surprise, and an agreenble one that
ttiaiik welled up freshly from the heart and
v, ere expressed in unstudlod phraiu, wu iiel
not urge. !
The help of the St. Charles .n.UU of thir-
ty-eixbt perstiM. That all of then, without.
a s-iugte ecptlon, gladly Joined in tho pro
s. nutiui, MHik,ii the highest term of bis
character as au employer, and of their implic
it;, tn appreviat) a gentleman. In relucn
Mr. Wilcox made suitable pn-senti. t each of
hi- employe, and thus good will nnd good
cheer prevailed in the St. Ckarlc on Chrl-t-mni,
ae thoy do at all ttinuawhan "Jewott" is
"there to ee."
I'.ilie circles UMlay wero excited.
Fred Find, a gurmmi buy, only novn
months In the country, . urre.tod yeterday
(VM.ing, for entering ihc riwidenco of M r.
CI .rley Ilurd, and abstratlng therefrom a
lielv Kld watch und bre;i-t pin, worth $1(10,
ami ii old ring worth SI''. He dead guilty,
uh vi. ci.iumitU! In dufnult of f KIU bail.
hi voung aoanip had, with ioloulous in-
dto aejulrodj packet book from the
Mr. Cundin. It contained 2 25.
j4kftft-.wu Mm ( .Jail to imwir hi
jtotty lartvny. lie had stolen a
. lu'rAoii nf flit fitllnw llm filUcnp
w fb tydfc i jwir of suipendors, a
tptif'tileU' and case, a clasp pocket
tf J(f9 lt't ,f lossible, n
TVi,iVi wu- fli4rVjr jury, tym
"( f.r k''pmg a disorderly boUiiv
, t frvy-m Mrty . t fui ty
i w '.'.iriquenUy oniregrtte'd
, sr'. n4 a0to night hkloous in all
' iMDift'icH'tuiod. '
v4H. . iliitrloy N'alker, oolored,
v f$ 1 "V '-t ItiW Voung,-Hetty
r'm'atklfit 4OIeW frONl Whlpll
-! .-. "provMentfnl inturfu
' v, nl l.n irnvle known to-
. . .. ii f.iiueh of key., Thoy aio .huld,
owVrk'- ' t '
. 11 .'dtt, who beat his wife, npjieariHl
rmian:'!iiul an proou(o'r'liing on
PUBLIC SCHOOL EXHIBITION.
ComcrtlcUnn, IXnloRiirx, Tableaux, nml
fficWiblio school exhibition on Satprday
nigm, as precisely what cvorybody had rea
son'to jtPect it would hoj-an absorbingly
Arresting divcrtlscmcnt. Tho Alhonrotun,
in which it. was now, WW ucnsoiy pacKcu
with eager spectators, mo seats, tho aisles
and every fool of standing room being filled
At seven o'elock.tho curtain roso upon tho
pupils of tho high school, arranged upon an
inclined stago, who snug, in good vein, with
a piano accompaniment by miss Ida llarroll,
tlio greeting sciig: "Kind friend, ono and
all, welcome here, welconio hero."
"What followed wo shall not attempt to
describe in exact dotail, as tbo programme
was a Jong one, bringing to tbo footlights no
les than sixty or oighty girls and boys, in
dillorent characters and costttm?;. o shall
only note such features and characters us wo
esteemed most notable, and excited among
tho nudienco tho greatest men of admira
tion; recording tho assurance, however, that
. .i 1 . j. . . - .i Bk.
in mo wnoio periornianco inero v,s nu
unhappy break or blunder Unit, u w Cud
ful Wniony and jirolloicncy marked the en
tinexhibition from beginning to end.
hi tho dumb bell, ring and wand exercises
tho scholars of tlio hig school woro brought
upon tlio stage with i-lrl military prcciqyn
TlFir porformanco win uVdibtcdIv tho chief
foturo of tho cvi)iilni'-H tltiiinnient. The
b$t wero uniformed in rod Zouavo pant
whito sliirts and red turbans; tho girls in black
bloomer drosses and drawers, elaborately
trimmed .with red. On their heads they woro
jaunty and very becoming red caps. Tho
evolution.", motions, jolting, twisting, turn
ing, bending, bowing and stretching, that
formed tlio total which tliov denominated
"light gymnastics," wo shall not attempt to
describe. It Was all trracofully executed
with an exactness that told of great euro and
lone; practice. Music, piano, mis? M.ittio
Warwick and miss .Muttie Williamson.
Tho inquiry, "Who killed Tom ltopor?"
by Gotleib Dinkerlocker a chap not much
larger than a ten-pin olicited thunders of
npplauso and an encore. Thoaudionco would,
no doubt, have received n tenth repetition of
this recitation with evidences of pleasure.
Allss Mary Limbert. a irraceful and hand
some mis, recited with excellent ellVfcC tho
"Wreck of tho Jio'perus." Miss Aunio Ilurd
road the "J)oath of Mlnnohaha," mid miss
Iditlliirrell, Trowbridge's "Vagabonds," in a
stylo which it would bo difficult to surpass.
A peculiar vivtduos was given to tho pic
tures proson tod in tho readings of miss JIurd,
by tlio sorrowful yot happily devised tableau
of "I'ovor mid Famine at the Peatli-licd of
.Minnehaha." Thu creation of the author's
brain vu madu tangible in a manner that
preserved every detail, whether descriptive
or pathetic. It is one of tho very few tab-'
leaux brought upon our lioards that will boar
"Miss Kate's" double character of shrew
nml angel, did not win nunl.Iemima't money,
although capitally sustained. In. this, miss
Mary Craw did herself much eredjv did
..l-i 1..11.. 1 .!.. 1...... t.Z? . l
miss Julia 1'enrden, who boro the mre ehar
Itablo nature of "Mary."
Tlio "frtrcettn," if we aro allowed thg word,
of "Iiide-and-i3oak," was very well rendered,
and threw the juvonilos into convulsions of
laughter. Hut for the more fascinating and
really enjoyable presentations, we must come
down to tho little mines and masters. While
wo can say "well done" to all, our groataat
praio is reserved for tbo ve.y litllo ones
the litllo primaries. Chief among those wo
place llttlo Uobla Powers "Nobody's Child."
Who that saw and heard her, kept a great
"lump" from his throat or a toar from his
eye? Hare-foot, clad in thin rags, with a
look and mien in harmony, the touching tale
she told moistened many eyes with tears, and
softened every heart toward the homoloss
On the other extreme, came litllo Xottio
Sehutter with hor "Six-year old Protcnt."
The idea of putting her to bed at 7 o'clock
wu propo; teroiw, and tho natural vehumenco
with which she denounced "nurto" for hor
almnrd irt in such domestic tvrminv. w
y 'i vM
'In tho same line llttlo Kate llarroll and
Minnie -I'owers, woo creatures, nppenred.
They had their young sorrows, and tho con
fident and spirited way in which thoy mado
them known, pleased everybody exceedingly.
In point of show nothing exceeded the
"Christmas Fairioa" four pretty little girls,
in aaure robes, glittering with gilt and gold,
ami each with wings that seemed to be
long to her. They formed a picture that was
really beautiful, and equaled only, during
thu porformanco, by tho "Inquirer,'' consist
jng also of four lovely little girls, richly and
aptly dressed to represent suii-ilglit, a star,
a river aud a bird. Tho eight llttlo uiissos,
participating in thoso two ennos, may prido
themselves on their "finery" nnd its lltnoss
for the occasion. It was unsurpassed, if not
unsurpassable. Master Ilncker, as tlio "In
quirer," did his part well.
Miss Muttie "Williamson read a poetical
solcetlon entitled "Kain," in which sho very
faithfully portrayed tho ahowora and sun
shine to which feminine subject themselves.
.fchjkt poured of a strong, clenr and oxqoI-
lont voice; ngunvhcuHc masters a very nat
ural embarrassment she will contest with tlio
lK-st of her mates for tho highest oulogy. Sho
did well nm.wiis properly applauded.
"Tlio ltapids," recited by Patrick Purcell,
' Voung Pitcher 1ms a good voice, sutlicient
confidence; nnd1 upon ' ii" "former occasion
"brought down .the hoiuo" as ,l!loh say;
but on Saturday evening ho undertook n
raiding that a Booth or Macrcady would at
tempt with a 'distrust of their ability to do
juatlco t the imtkur's conception. It is"AVIl
11s' masterpiece, and calls for n play of pas
bion a fow,.onIy, niiiy Imitate.' Muster Piteh
ur did iia.wull, iiowevor, ierha)i better, than
any of x ha achool-fiiHowa might imve done.
Ho erred in hl beloction. Nothing rnoru,
fw h is ayoB;r man of reidly supOrior abil
ities. Thero was mi eoo nnd iiatural?i04S in tho
actiny of miss Sophia Lyons, in "Annl Jemi
ma's Money," and of mi--lumrn IluiiMik' r
in 'Tarontnl Government," that was not ex
celled during tho evening. Tho npplauso
they ollcitcd was. wcll.dcscrvcd.
Nelson Hurfl's ' ".Tohiiny
Amusements" wu? inimitable,
"JLIobnnd,Nob" by Johnny Oswald and
Henry Vincent, was capitally rohdorcd; and
occasioned roars of Inushtcr.
Tho court scono from Shakspcaro's "Mer
chant of VonicOj" Was, in part, ronuoreu as
naturally as wo have overseen it. loung
Hagey conceived tlio author's Sliylock well,
in form and action. Ho knew precisely what
to do and how to do it, and never, for an in
stant, forgot his assumed character. Young
Ulack personated tlio Duko quite faithfully.
maintaining an oasv, courtly bearing tlirougli
out. uVntonio, by young Uowloy, JlaRsanlo,
by youns "Whcclock. and hi servant uoimo,
by young I'urcoll, alt ncquitted thoinselvos
in a surnrisiiiL'lv clever manner. Miss An
nie llurd, asd'ortin, and miss Annio l'hilli", as
Xerlssa. wero vorv creditable. Tlio truth is
ono mav see the Merchant of Vcnicu pro
sentcd in a far loss tlMorviiur mannor by
thojo who iirofoss tiie sock and buskin.
With tho tableau of "Over tho river," tho
exhibition closed nt about half-past ten o'clock,
Dtirjng its .progress the aiulicnco gavo tho
closest attention, manifesting ft keen relish
bv frcniiont annhmsn. ami nimoarinc; loth to
leave, oven at the close. Thero wero happy
parents there men and wonton In whoso
bosoms wero awakened an increaso of pride
in our irrowlntr troops of iiirl and boys
Tor what there was of excellence in the
character and diversity of tho entertainment,
outside, in fact, of tho sprlghtlinoss and in
telliircnco of our Cairo children a dobt of
thanks is duo to tho superintendent of tho
public school, Mr. E. 1'. Jlurlinghnm, nnd
his lady asUtnnt.. The labor, suspense- and
anxiety the exhibition cost him, may, in a
measure, bo inferred from tho success that
attended his oll'orts. It has. no doubt, been
tho burden of his thoughts and the work of
his hands for days and week.
1 o-night tho exhibition will close. A now
programmo is presented, that will bo found
in no mannor inferior to that of Saturday.
In fact, yielding to strong solicitation, Mr.
15. embraces in to-night'h programmo thoso
selections that woro esteemed thoehicf attrac
tion of Saturday. Thus wo aro insurod n
porformanco of iuerraml interost, notwith
standing tho high character of the other.
I or the wan t of space wo have omitted
many names that deserved mention. Tlui
little girls, sweet little creature, beautifully
drecd. who formed tho bevy of I s, occur to
us as ono of our omissions but, really, our
young friends must pardon us. Goodness
knows wo would give the earth n smutty face
by writing their names in fifty mile letters all
over it, if 'wo could, nnd it would gratify
them; but we can neither write them tlieroi
nor in the much smnllorsurfnce presented by.
tho Unllctin.', Vo can, howovor, and uiU,
writo thorn on tho (ablets of our memory,
and tbore they will stay u great dual longer
time than the would remain in tho column'
of n newspaper, should it bu prwervod over
siiinoi, i:xii:rrio' to-mihit.
riie following is the progrnmiii of the
school exhibition to-night, nt the Athenmum:
(iKBKTI.NO SU.MJ ..,
I'raMki 1 1 miu mi
Pom 1 1.1) ,
MAV frntrrs licit Winter,
now to i:t hiii ',!',;'
Mirhihl II.. win
Mary l.itnlwrt. AuinVniiii
Mllli W,ir Irk. Cnrrk Hunt
fim llarrrll. Muliio
I S.t mil lllark I
I'.VH IIkimkmi. ' IiU lloirell
Kalr I'IiiIIiik. Alum Miiioiida
i'uurt htruo frum tUt ilirtlinnl uf ''nlcr.
Sh)lak l.ivrn llnsi'y
Hukc Haiiiion Ulack
Purll.i Annie Kurd
Aniinii" Michitnl lluwlur
I .nni' " Rdnunl U'lirrlock
OraiUm I'alrik I'urrrll
NllliM.l A II II If I'tllllK
HulniiKi Ilfiijiimn llnjcj
i:UU V O'llUX K Kat llarrrll, .Muinli. 1'imers
DnilllTtXC Ilium', I'.lla Itdl.lnn-, Juiiiiiv MrK. iui.'
(OOP AXII HAD i;ii;;n I'mui. Juimn TiuM r
Dt'MII HKI.I. I.XLKClHi: I lih Srhnnl
r.va i'iiUM, Adit I liiiriitnii
l.iiry Wllooii, Minsk' ArlrK,
Nnilf l.iuilK'rt. Ji'n.ii i'luiM
KllniV.'all.iiiIud, ruutiif JMthur
JLoulu. I ntvHi.l Jotrnli Anck
I Jaiiifii 'i'mvir
HIX-VliAlt OIOV l'llOTtWT.... .Vein,, riilmitpr
ril'AltTAlTH TO Till: ;,A1IIAT0II II (in-. n llajcj- ,
, T-A-jaxn-A.-u-. , ,
I oinb Hrcnf hum lliiuieo ami Julia
IIOII AND XOII
I lleniy iiicrnt, John Osh.iI.1
t, raimy I, on.
I 'art tt.
WAXI AMIIIIXli KXKIII'IHIM. Hisli K, l.. VupiU
IIIAWATIIA'rt lir.TIN; wilim (iiriumaii
JOIIXXY XIIIMMl'riO.N AMUSIIMII.NTH.NelwtiillunI
'I'lli: rilll'.MAX llanuonlHnik
AlifeU er llnrna viiln.
( Ida llarn.ll llclii IMnMn
fJItllATBST Pl.AHt'U J Katii I'lilllliu, AsalliaWeixtivM
(II' l.ll'i: ) Ji'iinleWunvIrk, .M:ilik';..f,l"ii
ItlVAI. I'OI'.Tri Kuwanl Wlieclncfc, llrnry Vinrcnt
I.OST OMi'K ,A.Mi:,NT Jiwlc Wlntor
WIDOW lllMlorf S MIHTAKi:,l.il4ii (Taw, K W Hall
rainiiii! nn I I"iiv r ai thu liiUld uf Minncliali.t.
(.OUItT.SIIIl':rXDi:it ( Win I'lltlior. lim a llnjey
WHO Kll.l.l'.H TOM llOI'lIUI licttrl"
T.3SX.E A. V - 8itr .
The St. Charles, Saturday, tho 27th hut. :
,L.;Finolcr, Pitlrlniru; II. Ilorxlum;. X. O ;
MrV.L. 1 fi)tH)iini, jMj j. jj. Hiibtvil, fit LoiiUj
Win. II. lloward.-Cliie i.; Mrs.C 1'. Iioxtcr, Mohilc;
V, ll.('li.ipiiinii,(Vutr..liii; O. H. Cariiinii, Meiiii.lus;
joiiii miur, i-Miiu.i ,jiaoir, mvjuu'iruii
W. 11. lU-,111. lliatlliVv;
..-. .'iiiiiij, t-iiiiuL-aii n. raicHiiurK ri. i.'iuif..
W. T. Ileiidorieiii, Mim j
L. L Illn.'.St. LoiiU;
J.T. Hurry, Arkana;
J.S. IlinU'iii, lln.'tuii;
N. .1. l,.iM'iiall,.Txn;
J, Hiiiji). hlrut.cm lllv;
J. Kiljutrli k St. l,on;
(ieii. Srx cr, ('outrulia,
I), quecucr, Kcntiii'ky;
l(. W. i:i.lrel, MKlogiin;
.urs. siiiciieii, viiia tiuiC
II. Horner, ;
.1. N. Conlvy. Indians,
II. H. Cl.iriC. Men.lotai
, J Morton, IVnn.i
i C, (. Hp.irs, Cincinnati;
A. 1 juttnaii. HiiruiKilold:
T. l'rii't, Dceutivi
U, H. Ncel, Cincinnati;
J. C. MeDuiuld, Oentrulia.
' Lobnoy, subjoct to an occasioiial abborratloVi
of intellect, got into t smashing way yostor
day, and stovo in tho windows of tlio meat
shop on tho.corr.Qi'. of-Stli pfAVaihington Ave
nue, and played other pranks that woro Ecurco
Mr, II. A. Ilr.nnon, win) has dropped his
"Co." ha? bunn unusually obliging to us in
tlio way of funiMilng us Into dates. Ho is
full-handed with buslnoss just now, having n
hhlldrty slock 'of books and notions that at-
i.u-l- cii-tomers from all parti of tho city.
Vormulln, tho great billiardist, will nivo an
exhibition of hi? ridll, to-night nt tho bi.HJard
hall of AVaikor aim sisson.
Tho forry-borit'contlritios'tb ply" in it3 trade,
Undaunted by tho grcAt'flclds.of ico.itibn
counlers in cither river. It is no doubt tlio
only ferry in o'pornuon, at this time, nny-
whoro on oithor rivor.
SALE OV CAIISO IIK.U. KSTATE. 1
Tlio following Bales" of Cairo real cstao
wero effected to-day byIossrs. J. Q. Harman
k uo., rem csiato ogenw
Asa Enslmnn, $.000
.los. & Mary Pricst.,.V 2el00
A-aj;K!utmnn. .'. 1.000
Jos. it Mary Priest. . . .
Port I.lsl for the Forly-i li-hl llnurs End-
Ini; nt Tivo o'clock, I. ?I.
non. Amlcrnoii, (Joltiin.; I.timlnsry, St. Louts;
llininsrck. X'nw OrleniiKi Nnshvitlc. Xn'livlllc:
Corn.Olticlnastii l.i'Wil Toinlor, I.oulnvillc;
Hariimr. " ii. u urnv. r ioijuri:i
SHfllloir, " , Glmil-Ue. "
(Jen. AiiiUtkoii, CoIiiiii.; I.enl Tftider, New Orleans;
.iM"livniP, iisiiiue; iiinKow,
quickstep, Krftnvlllc; I.Imui full,
('ornH.Arltnniiiii IHmt; ll.C.Hrny, '
D.irllni;, Mcmphl; Hvnllo, "
Tho weather is cloudy and miliar cold to
day. Although tho mercury is several d(.-
urees abovo tliu frecr.Hig point tnoro is a
peculiarity, in tho moist south wind which
prevails, that makes tho air f com moro chilly
than thu therniomoter indicates. Tho snow
is slowly disappearing, but tbo Ico in both
rivers seems to hold out tho samo as for tho
past thrco days.
Tho river has fallen three inches at this
port stneo Saturday.
Tho .Mississippi is falling at St lOtu, and
full of ice. No gorges aro reported, but no
boats aro trving to navigato it abovo Cairo.
Tho Ohio is alKiut at a stand nt Louisville,
with the samo water in the canal as last re
ported. It is falling at 3'ittsburg with flvo
feet water in the channel, but navigation U
whooly stupondod on account of Ice.
Tho Oh o is still open to Louisville, 'ait
boats have much troublo forcing their way
through it. Xcnrlv all upward bound lwats
havo laid up on account of it. Tho Quick
step, which left hero at miuntgiit oi Saturday,
was met bv the Cumuarlami at uurrieum)
'island, and may probably get through to
Tlio Armada, Alinneola and Kmma No. .1,'
are all laid up at I'adumh.
Dusineas hern has I con very goo-I on tho
rivor for the past three days, and considerable
freight Iras leeti received and rcahipjiwl jwr
rail and river.
The lllsmarh from New Orlwuu, dischargiKl
here 'J 08 hhda sugar, 3to bbU molasses, '.'00
bids rice nnd com-idcrable aborted freight for
Clilcago, Dubuque and hIiiU along tho line of
tho 1. C. 1!. It. She lias also 2SKhhds sugar,
1000 Ikixm ditto and a moderate trip of as
sorted freight for St. I."iiU, but has laid up
here to await the opening of navigation.
Tho Teunwiee di.icharged her 155 lailes
cotton for reshipmoiit usvit er I. C. It. It.,
and 300 hidw for Chicago. Sho ha 230 bales
cotton for Kvansville ayd 87 lml en for jwints
Tho Luminary, for Memphis and Viohs
burg, and th Lizaie fiill, for Now Orleans,
which loft here Saturday night and Sunday
morning, received at this port aloiit 300 tons
The above U a very fair sho.- of bm-iuess.
Tho Cumberland brought out a fair trip
for roshlpuioiit south, nnd tho following for
Cairo -Merchants :
I'ltoher Si Ilonrv.'l jikgs stoves ; Thomas &
(! roon 1 bid butte'r; II. Meyers 10 caddie
tobacco; .1. H. Garrett 2 pkgs.
Tho Cumberland wont to Oreon field's bind
ing: across tho ' JUssi-sippl, for 1,000 miki of
corn t !' r(-sbip)sl emt, per. rail, from
Kvnnsvillo. Tho Tennossoe takes tho place
of tljo Cumberland this evening for Evans
villp, ut 0 o'clock.
Tho Ciunborland lays over hero until AVcd
noMloy, her regular day, and will havo her
kiw sheathed with iron to cnuble her to suc
cessfully light tho ice.
t Otliceoi'llie Valley InMirnucc Coiiiimy.
Uiiro, 1 1 1 1 noi i, J Ki en il mr J 8.
Xotlae is lieroliv.Rivon that Hie ontuiiil cUrllon fur
tliirtueii Dlreotnrii of tlio Valley lamiraiwe (J-nitpany
will lie held at tlioritlice of lite (oiuiwtiy in Oulrn, III i
noli, At 10 o'clock, ft.m.,Moiila .'January 4. 1NW.
iliij's.ll.l "J'-.j'AM''''.' y-
jT t istf sc i To ohT"'
J, W. Mi'Cluro w(l ooinuieiiroliui clannin
lVIHTINd A.M IlOOK-KElU'lNtJ
In lliclienifntor tlmCntliollo ("linreli. on Tnemluy,
thiJtliIliH..nt7o'cloeli. Tlieela. ill IVMl:-keejilii
ill Imj from 0 to lo tun. Tcrim iniuoniiUo.
. ilcrSSd.lt :
Cairo Lodge, No. !7, A V. mid A. M., Ji 111
hold a Htalcdeomiiiimlcfttliin, thin (Monilay)
M-eninir. Memlir tS. Al L, D.WB.-fiirfin-
ftalLitlon of otlUeiv.
llv orderef the V. Jl. CJI . t'OP lfT. M-' y.
III ..mi., . i iw-uhi.M,.W W
.i.' .oi.nt ., ' . i I ' '
TrA.XTUD-CAUtO C'l'l'V l'ItOI'hltTV.--I will
lots; ul.o it farm tirt'rimklih coimry'.- - ..,,
.li'e'jodlw A. H.Al i I'lin.
VY H'kU" i;nauiroofwtyNAtirtint:ii.k. iw
-Tr t Kiiin t tint otn'ru of r Hie Cairo lliilli'tm,
tmd Posters printed. . -
VsrANTIin-SubM.nl.qrs forthe lMly 'UjtJ. ? '
JW-(!airr.m'ilAfii. nny, T pr ounum; Weekly,
YY It"" I' tir" "'ff.uw.m'gyw;
fiOUNAIilS- Ilillsof Ludlntf. at tlmolUui. of tho
r Cairo liuiieiin.
Lglulft"1"'1 thoollk'oof the
wit AnmoAT.' '
Cairo TRssrr.a eo.
' WltAtll nOAT.
Q II A 8.. ' IV 'I I IN DL'i ' "
F0RWAIU)I' ATil) COMMISSION
A. Gr 23 3x M",
Tlironch 1U11V or
rnilhiK (ilvtn to
Avullnlilc JL'ol'itii l,y itnll or AVntei
eJTPl'IX'IAI, ATfKM'ION TO roitWAIUJINtl.
TLANTIO AND MISSISSIPPI
N T 13 A JI N II 1 1 C ) SI Is A K 1"
C0.MPK03IISE LIJTE STEAMKIIS
XV. It. AKTItl'It
l cnit, .Musti-r,
.lT.OIlAM. Mum i,
,( tiXLY, Miutur,
ll INKS. Miwlrr.
tfjjl VK IIUAiVUII
CO.N'TIMJN'J'AL (lltHKNnl (III f.ue .
Comprising all the tincut and l.irsnit lwalsotitof t
Oneof thonlioie Lneof steAiiicr.i will kao Our
forXtH Orleans every oilier fciy. contii'tlii at Xiiv
Orleans Willi Ocean Line of Sihuihtk lo
lilverjuiol, Ncnv VorU, Ilnilon, mill (Jnlvcs-
iiiii, i riim.
I'assencers and Kliinin-rs en rely on im nf the-.
boats Irailli (iuro iainciunlly n nlite. Will piv
iiortiotil.tr iiUentlnti to all way fruluht llow Jlnnliti.
io New Orlcan. CIIAS. T. 11 INDII.
(Jeneml Agint, In r.
Oi!lce. on U'harfl'Hit. l'utiftc loeliiitr
LP. V. SISSON, I'auenirr and TMcat AKnt.
Ollk-c, at fct. UiorlM lintel.
jJKMPHIS AND ST. LOUIS
SlZr? J '
Tie f. 11. .w nit Id vt- etnpo, Ill's Line and r i I
mn m the follow uit order.
91. i:. roilSVTH -7.KHiI.KH, Mt.T.
.11 Altlll.i: CJITV XoXWAT. Mt.
fl'l'VIIKAIiTOX THOMI-OX. ltit. r.
iiki.m: mk.iipiiis ckank. Moer.
OITV OK UAIHO MA1.I.V. Matter.
l'roint'liUUnileiH vn U. iu to all Uarlnw i.
(rutd l th eve ut thri hunts.
Fn-mlit aivl Tirk.-r (ifftw iaeoMliauy narl.lxmt,
ff'.nl of Coy Xutii.n.-J LmiiU.
CIIAH. T H1UK. ornrrai Aen.
Kit, V -IvoX, Tk.lu.tund IWougor Agat
ATK.MP11I, AVII1TK KIVKK Am)
1Y.1. LITTLK UiJt'K
L'XITKM KJ'ATKk MAIL LINK.
II. DAVIS, .Suji, MnMptiia, Taii.mf
'1 he splendid side-wheel
JIAVKhOWKHi C(.'l?li:uC'IAL nml
i.iiii:iii .Ml. ,
lMrf M iMi,hi nitj Tl.'tlJAV. TllrltMllAl ft i
."A'H'IU'AV. nt r in , for While Uuer. cniinvctinK . t
with Hie ! mplr- li l l.ilUc iuxk
the M. mi.lr- and I.ittfc Ito. k IUi
rnu l for LitUV ll k and Hot !iriag
Mohiiu lu t.iUln UuL. 4 huu.
Kreuiw nod 11Mngfr rc4iital uer tite or.
Lla Mlower ra than anr othtr roato.
O'Jie oa rtft-t
(IT. LOUIS, CAIKO AM) VICKSUCJUi
frr?!- The siilondld
It i; II I CON ......llia IC P., l!iii. r,
... I.1KKK. Matter.
iu.a O.ir.1 t.iniu nn tlr.4iiii iiviive M'MHYfiti
Ti;ilAV. and on down trip r tj 'TIU'llcIMV ah
M'NHAir, lnukliiK el ute-. tmn with
VicknliiirK nml Jlrrlilluli Ilallroail,
Si-liuo nml Iei lilliui Itullruatl
New Orlriuis, Jiu-kiinii nml Ci i nt Niu lturn
Thnush re'Hiliiivn lonnyaud ill i(nU oa II
ra road, with Hkcbbta fur Ymsoo liner.
Piclul ntU'iuion K'tcn to uii tsy iohiiiswi ixmtM
'airoand Vnkl.nr(t. ....
Olhe en WIisifT-rxml
pVAXSVI LLK AN D CAI IK)
-rgwj- Consisting of tho following
ris3SJ,SploHdld Pnciigcr Steamors:
A 11.11 ADA,
DTVOl'OHLT MaW 1'OWI.KIt acn-
Leaves (Wro Holiday and TTnirtday at 9 p.m.
PliXTRP, 5!at r(lit.vuMr.lt aer.
Leave- Cairo Tm-sduy and Vrhl"X at i.iu.
IIOWAltD MiHer J WRIGHT Olc
Lenies Cairo Vediieday and ftUurday at R p.m.
WnkliiK all lutennodlata landings.
ami js)ins par
Ollioe on yii
.jjTAHlIVniLK AND OAIUO
o.. !5fir.k. Composed Tf tho follQwing
,-.. KASIIVILLK, 1
HliMH Muster I HAHPr.lt CIcrK
Lea. i Oititin.m'ry Brinilny at a p.m.
TALI SSI AN,
bTHONH Master Kd.VN Clot
Leavi Onlro every Tuesday ut 5 p.ni.
r 1 tyiioni:,
UAltMUN , Ma.-,tur WKAVEK.,., cicil.
' Leaves Cairo every Vi Iday at 0 p.m.
iHTSpyelal nttentloa gcn to ay busIncM botucen
Cairo mul NnMivlllo,
CIIAB. 'f. JIINDK, General Agent.
dcc21 'diiltf Ollico on Wlmrfhoat,