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LOCAL NEWS.
Shell oysters received dnil.wut Louis Hor
bcrU. docSIdlw
Shell oysters
fjouis Herberts.
sold t BOc per dozen t
- dec3ldiw,
Boo mlvcrtUonifnt liendcd "Cairo nnd itf
f Bmincs?," in nnbtlier column.
"Wo nro nflthorizod to soy for tho benefit of
.attornovs nnd parties litigant, Hint wliijo
Judge aiulkej doomed it advisable tocall n
epocfnl term of tho common pleas court for
general purpose, thcro will bo no civil busi
ness whntovor, oxpnrto or otliorwisc, disposal
of at said special term.
II. A. Hunnon's counter is piled with nil
tho publications that havo acquired any pop
ularity, 'Whether or n literary, scientific,
humorous, historical or statifcal character.
llo keeps uho Cincinnati, Chicago, St. Louis,
Louisville, Now York and Cairo dally papers.
For bur pick from theso last, -ho has our pro
found acknowledgments.
Uuslnes on tho front row this morning
jvns uiu-iully brisk. Tho street nncKbusi
ncss houe wcro thronged with people who
wore nn air of briskness wo have notobsorved
in nifinv a dav. Drnvs rattled hither and
, Ihithor." tho nctlvo tramp of tho multitude.
nnd tho hum of hundreds of voices, formed
nWsnnt music to tho ear. whilo it was not
unproductive of results in n pecuniary way
1 Tho T.mlgrant Aid society should ?flcct
with all posstblo speed, an Directive, working
organization. Tho committees to wnom
duties havo 'boon nssigncd should prosecute
their labors witlt vigor, in tlioro is no roason
why an application for state aid should bo
delayed beyond the present sossion of tho
I'oncral ns'omMy.
Tho meeting next Monday evening should
ico the society placed In a working snapo.
Tho citizens Of adjoining counties stand rvady
to co-opornto, tho moment tlii-Ir co-oporatlon
is asked for.
Tho colored people living on bl ck 70 nro
In a stato of diro commotion. A cortain col
ored minister is contributing not n littlo to
this condition by tho favor ho has obtnined
among tho wenches of the locality, particu
larly tho married ones.
Ono of tho sable residents of that beat was
in an unusual stnto of oxcitomont this monn
lug, Whig in Lot pursuit of a'heavy-talklng"'
lawyer. A neighbor had accused him of an
r.ttenipt tit poisoning. Ho hud been charged
with leaving a package in said neighbor's,
yard consisting, In part, of fresh meat, arsenic:
Vl" . ,p ,r, calomel, asllution, antipodes!
rlryhnlno, deutoronomy, spasmodies nnd
lilueink, and against this foul clmrg6"ho do
r.lrcd a heavy talking lawyer to defend him.
The climax hiu not yet been capped.
LOCAL 1TK.MS IX 1IKUX.
Tl.o catiiloguo of bool;s which nrd to cpn
ctituto tlio public school library, was complo
ted yesterday. Mourn, iturlingham, Footo,
Wheeler, (2 recti, atid others ti'Mstoil In tho
preparation oftholUt. Tho books will bu
obtained on tho most advantageous turius.
Itockwoll keeps paper bugs for lo. A
ri mer d-lrltig n supply, thus expressed
himself: "Mr. llugwoll, 1 11 tako some paper
cocks, sir.'' Ho appeared quite unconscious
of hi "tangle."
.Jueob Ilnullov, tho revered Jacob, is n tur
liulcnt citizen. Ho has created "green-eyed
monsters" In scores of colored families so wo
niv told. Day before yuturluy Jacob wal-
loi'fd ii week-kneed dnrkuy, lint whacking
him with hU stick, knocking him from the
sidewalk, and then Jumping down on Ills
nrostrat" lwclv. Four inches of Cairo ground
iv. re in controversy both claimed it, and
Jacob imiH-rtli'd to the arbitrament of the
tick.
Thcro are, at thU time, twenty prisoncis
confined in the county Jail iiiiieteutt men urn'
on woman. Tho greater portion of them
nro ni'trroo', cniillned for fu)!owiit; out the
"natural bent of' their inclination" stealing.
Tho "wheel of life" to bo seen at Rockwell's,
is it c uriout contrivance. It ploys Mich pranks
with one's vision that innocent picture.
pMuted on strips f plain papor, cut up tho
highest and int tniitutio ditlot-s of whlchnn
hunted nature is capable. -Men turning
lomersanlt, ld Indie.- spunking urchins,
hard-handed fellow chopping "wood, form
only u parlvfltlatdivepthiii. It Is vory curl
"otK. So set It. .
The cll'envH'unt "Cotton,'' than whom n
n'orc jovial Joker cannot be found on tho rag
ing Cumberland, i In town, putting a broad
;rln on every face by his moro appearance.
Tho director, of the Valley insurance elm
puny, at their recent annual election, electel
ii. S. Taylor president, 11. H. Cunningham
vice president and H. H. Ciiydeo Mcrotary
nnd treasurer. ' Tho Southwestern Iiuuraneo
company (both Cairo institutions) elected the
following gentlemen as director, from whom
tho other otlhcrs will bu chosen : Wm. J. Al
len, H. K. S. O'.Milvcny, I). Hurd, 11. W.
Webb, J. C. Willi, 1$. S. llarrell, John W.
JH,itchell, AV. A. Redman, J. S, lterden, 11.
jp.Hulen, K. II,. Jljudrlc,k, Wmul .Ultfoij
Aioaso find Charles (Jaligher. Tlie'old officer
wcro re-elected. ,
V Mr. I'ickett, of the l'adueuh '(Sa.otte,' has
fcKJW iu.thOj.clty seyural days, having tan
drawn hither by the advertised sale of tho
Cairo 'Democrat' otliee. Ho is a genial, good-'
looking young gentleman, and singularly
enough", does not appear to W' tho least
Mutinied In the confession that ho IihIIs from
Piducah.
CIIAKUK flFriUM."
Tho undersignodjiuvo this duyljsppsedjif
UjmrhTlfo"i.fock' of dry goods ond clothing
Vi messrs. Hui0rn A; iVtif, jvho ure uuthor
t tod to collec all debts due us. Thankful for
lMt patronage, wo trusfor ni'outluuunco'of
tUo tame to our successors
''TKiVii'no.timb.ritt cin. at,
. OO-l'Ar.TOKJWIIHV
Jtofcrrlug to tho uhovo wo, beg lenvo to an
nounce to tho cltlciiiof duromnd vicinity
that wo havo bought tho ontlro stock of dry-
toyds of inessr. lUllbrou &i JSru., iid having
todgl'tthb ftotk at greasy reduewt p.rloo
f ears now able to bell nt less thanXow'Yorl:
rices. Wo will dally receive newtock'tinil
Jittor ourselves that by trial, we, can suit pu
totoors 'ii ivgard to jti lew and quality of
.MOdi. fcOJieiung your. put rouage, wo aro ,
' ItrsivVulb', Ac.. 11K1MII10.V A WKIU
jiutci'it ' ' HI ( oinmnclal Aciiiie.
POLICC JCATTEBS.
lleforo JJoqiilro BhaimcyJ
Tat Gibson stimulated to excess. Fined $1
nnd costs. Sent up tqobcr,ofT. j
Hill Duun liquored copiously, also, aild'n-
pearcdrbcfof6' thd coirt Ihlii fetato of stupid
inebriety. Was committed to tho. company
of Gibson.
A consoquontlal darkoy sprung tho trigger
of his tongue and It cluttered at n 2:40 rato
to tho disgust' of evorybody. Pined $5t Cal
nboosed for 0 days in default of payment.
L HOTMj AHHIVAI.S. '
Tho St. Charles, Sundoyj Jhnuary 3d.
MrKflKorr A lt'r, Ola., D Marry nad wife, Mo.,
J WliKtrnm.'clty, K Mcl.raii, :in.,
MMcCulloiiKli.Titt.. W Urown, l'itts.,
T noalilen nod wife, Ky., W Clmiinmn. Ceiitrslin,
! ruiiinwKior, miicmnir.iiii uiaraasisuTi " "i
Mrs Nllcs.Tcon.
A Ornvcs. Mo.
H II Ilolinansn, Ky.,
O TUgh, iKKJiloln,
lrHynilnes, St Louie,
THpnircril. Ky.,
M tllbbs, Ky..
.1 Dor uin. I T.
W Alllt, Pt Louis,
Y MeCullouph, Ulnclu,
HdcorRC, N V,
J DunUir, Louisville,
llney,
UChapmaii, Cineln,
WMorwo,
i Winiit
rum, city,
WCmlk. IiOulvlllf.
O Killing", uincionnu.
Monday, January 4
A Trfmmn, Otoelii. K Hyinon
Chlraao.
S Knljtlit.JUnunk.'o,
II l.cotcr. CIiIchro,
II Cilow, N O,
A liiuiinnn, St Louis,
J Jnliusoa. "
II Abruui", SI Louis,
A Lockctt, city,
T (Irr enborry. N V,
T Hirviy,.St Louis,
THDozier, "
O IluMmrtl, Mo,
JWhlliicr, llosto.n,
S moore Knnlokrn,
J Cntllti, iw vork,
K Hodnnl, Pt L011I5,
.1 windmill, city,
A Wlillc, Texas,
0 l'Mlllip', CllcnRo.
J Ihnentlinl.Jncksoti, Tcnn
W Morgan, Ccatrnlin,
II Krnir,at Louis,
11 II llrown, N V,
T Clinon, Mo,
J Carto hi, Boston.
A SUI'KKIOU WINK.
A domestic wino of undoubted purity, cx
celling tho manufacture of Spoor's on nuy
otbor in this market, is tio "Sunny Slope"
Angelica. This winb is received by messrs.
Usrelav llro's. direct from tho Sunny Slopo
vineyards near San Gabrlol mission In Los
Angelos county, California, whoro It Is mnn
ufacturcd by mr. Jtosc, niter n process pecu
liarly his own, and wjth a success no ono has
hithorto equaled. It is undoubtedly tho best
wlno for medical uses obtainable, bolng
strictlv pure, very palatablo ond nourishing.
It is put up Jn 5th bottles nnd sold for $1,25.
1
HKILBIION BUUVS-A C1IAXUK OK I'lltM.
Messrs. llollbron llrothcrs, who for several
years havo successfully conducted a mercan
tile business in this city, are about leaving us
to mako their homo in Chicago. They havo
hosts of friends In Cairo to whom they havo
ondcarcd themselves by their genial nnturoin
social life, and their strict integrity in busi
ness. Their departure will bo regretted gen
erallythe regret Mug softened only by tho
bollof thai In tholr new tlcld of operations,
they will lio appreciated, ashore. Certainly
thoy carry with them tho kindest wishes of
our entire community.
Tho businoss will be continued bynyounger
brother nnd a -Mr. Weil, who are, by no
means, unknown in our business circles.
Thoy are mot excellent young gentlemen,
nll'ablo, energetic nnd obliging, and will bo
sure to succeed in maintaining the high rep
utation of tho house to which they succeed.
A CAHII KliOM Jl'llliK Ml'LKKV.
Editor' Hull f tin I see in what appears to bo
u report of Monday night's proceedings of tho
city council, publlsneu In yesterday morning s
'Time, too following lule ana ludicrous
Item, viz: "A communication from Judge
Mulkey, nking for n special selon of tho
court of common plea, for the purpoo of dis-
polng of certain prisoners now held In cus
tody. Carried."
I say false, for judge Mulkey never sent
communication of any kind to the council,
much le- one of the character indicated. I
say ludicrous, for tho veriest Muggins In tho
city must know that the city council bus no
power to grant a Mieelul term of that court or
in any manner direct or control its proceed,
ing-. Thojudgtfof said court has full power
to call special terms- whenever tho public in
terest may require it. lint whilo tho power
of the judge is plenncy in this respect, I
would now, or at all time, in passing upon
,th expediency ot holding a special term, pay
tho utmot deference to tho wishes of tho
council. Tho learned reporter says "carried."
,W,ondor whutcurriud!
John H. Mulkkv.
It has been rumurked that Mr. William
Khlers I tho only shoeniaksr in tho city who
has nvnllod )ilmelfof llm superior means fur
nlslietl liy tue columns ot tho 'millctin' to
make hlsjiusiness widely known. Wo can
add to this, that Mr. hhlur is a permanent
patron of tho press, and is thu only man wo
have over known during our newspaper life,
who appeared promptly at tho ond of ovory
mouth and cancelled hi advertisltu: bills
For a period of moro than two years ho has
patronized us, and wo have never had occa
sion to present him a bill for payment, us ho
lias invariably anticipated us.
Ho is one of the most rcluutitic, promiit and
Abllglng slioomukers in southern Illinois de
serving thu largo putrouugu ho enjoys.
Tho cuptuin of tho steamer David Hums
wus brought before Vqulro liross yesderdav,
charged with lauding a poor person, who Is
lUblu to become a county charge, within tho
city limits, .llo was lined $100. Wo do not
ehareu captain llurus of any purpose in this
Irariituction,, but tlic rigid enforcement of tho
law ho violated I Indispensable to our pro-
Ucoi froin greatly, Inortused paupcrbur-
Tho otllco of the Cairo 'Democrat' was sold
yesterday under a chattel mortgago in favor
of tho City National " Bank. 1 Tho bidding
was fur from spirited. Mr. John H. Oborly
became the purchaser, thu entire establish
ment being kiiocked.olt' to )iim for tho sum of
two thousiuiiinvo hundred dollars, cash in
hand,
..... ...i. n -1. 11 in 1 1 11
Tho failure of the 'Uullotin' to appear yes
terday evening H attributable to tho time
and luW involved in removing tho press
upon which it Is printed, funn tho lovoo to our
otllrc. In the future tho papor will appear
at nu earlier hour than formerly
The tux book is now in my
hands nnd I
hall Immediately proceed to tho collection
of tlio thxes charted theroln. For that pur
pose I h'n1rnttend ut my oflico in tlio court
houso irom hall past 1 o clock, p.m. until
o'clock, p.m., each day. L. H. Mykum,
HliiTltl and I'XilllOlo collector Aloxaader county.
RIVER NEWS.
Port List for the Forty-eight HotiM End
ing nt Two o'clock, P. M.
flon. Anderson, Coluni.i Mllbroy, l'aducali:
Olive Ilrauch, N.O.; city of Allon.Ht. Loulsi
Virslnlw.
Kiiiy VI AHUM. 1
ureal iMipuonc,
KmmaNo, 3, Clnclnnntli
Hani Hale, "
Hiiro e, Bt. lioulsi ,
Hiinlsville.Ht. Louis;
Mollln Able, N. ().;
JohnKllgour, "
Talisman, Nashville;'
Coosa, Memphis;
Tunu-r, "
Quickstep, Evatisvlllei
Htrndcr, Lclllsvillei
Itlclimonil.
Mountnlnecri Memphis;
DEPARTURES,
noil. Anderson. Colum.S Mllbrcy. Pmlucnhi
ro'.crllalen, St. iiOius,,
Olivollianeh, "
KmmnNo.n, K.O.t
Orentlionnbllo, Mil.
City;
Coosa, Cinclnnall;
Evnnsvllle;
Ham Hale, Memphis;
Sirailer, New Orleans;
Sliroe, Vieksliiirgi
Klchmonil, "
City of Alton, N, O.; .
Mountaineer, St. Louis
Turner, "
TnllfniAn, Ansiiviuc;
Kilsour, iiOuisTillc;
Virginia, "
Tho weather is again clear nnd calm, nnd
Is much moro Hko tho weather wo would ex
pect two months honco, than now.
Tho river hero has risen nearly thrco foot
since last report, nnd is still coming up rap
idly. Tho Mississippi is about stationary nt St.
Louis.
Tho Ohio is rising very fast at Louisville,
with nino foot over the falls. Tho riso has
exhausted itself nt Pittsburg, after reaching
n channel depth of sixteen feet, and is now
reported fulling with only thirteen feet.
Tho sldo streams nlong tho Ohio havo nho
cutoffthoir supply sooner than was antici
pated, and it is probnblo tho river nt this point
will not riso over four feet moro than nt pres
o-
ent, If so much.
Uusincss has boon very good sinco tho dato
of our lost report, and thcro has been nt least
1,200 tons rocolvcd nnd shipped per steamer
during tho post 48 hours. Tho City of Alton
received COO tons alone. Tho receipts of flour,
produco generally, nnd groin in bulk, per
roll, have alio been considerable, but very lit
tlo of it was shipped to-day.
Tho, Talisman nrrived from Nashvillo with
132 flour barrels for Chas. Goligher, nnd n fow
tons assorted freight for rcshipment to St.
Louis nnd tho south. Sho had also twenty
mules for tho cx-robel gcnornl It. S. Ewell's
Mississippi plantation. Wo noticed also nn
old U. S. army wagon which had been re
paired nnd sold to tho gcnornl by S. H. Ste
vens, formerly an A. Q. M. in tho federal
nrmy, but now n dealer in old quartermaster
stores In Nashville. Tho consignee at Grecn
vlllo was onco captain in tho union army.
Tho Quickstep brought out 1,900 sks corn,
250 bbls flour, 240 bbls potatoes, and 25 tons
sundries, for rcshlpmcnl sbilth.
The Kilgour has 417 bJids sugar, 615 bbls
molasses for tho Ohio river towns.
Capt. Wm. Thompson, formerly in com
mand of tho City of Alton, takes chargo of
tho Pauline Carroll, vice capt. Hugh White,
resigned.
Tho Lohn Jumsdon, captain O. V. JJavls'
now boat for tho Cumberland river trade, left
Smlthland yesterday on her first trip to Nash
ville. Capt. Davis is well known hero us tho
clerk of tho Talisman.
Capt. Jas. W. Drowry and . Lofller
have purchased tho wharfboat at Smithlund
formerly owned by trayster, tills x -o., anu
will continue business ut that point.
We reertt to learn of tho death, a day or
two since, of mr. Thos. M. Davis, a prominent
merchant of Smlthland, of typhoid pneumo
nia. The Stonewall has been chartered at New
Orleans to take the place of the St. .Nicholas
in tho lied Jtircr trade.
Cant. Tom Ilea bus named his new Jtocky
mountain boat, now building at Pittsburg,
the Silver llow.
Tho Great llepubllc, with, cup'.ain m.
Donaldson In command, pasjed up to Mound
City this morning for complete repairs on tho
marine ways.
Tho huge Indiana has taken udvantago of
tho present rhu and gone op over tho falls to
Cincinnati, 10 loau ior -ow wneans.
A largo number of tow boats; with coal huve
left Pittsburg for all points, on tho present
rise. There will bo no scarcity of coal thu
season.
The Westmorland, bound from Cinclnnatti
to Now Orleans, struck a rock at somo point
below Louisville and took 20 inches of water
in her hull. Sho was kept afloat by her
iiuuuis, but on readmit' Tlvansvlllu she con
cluded to reshln n portion of her cargo on
tho r. v. ijtrauor, and repair, auu cniorcu
rotejiUitJ2wuvilh
DRY GOODS, ETC
II. CUNNINGHAM,
E,
Wholesale auJ Keiuil Dealer lu
Fancy mid Htaplc.
X 3EL IT Or O O
HOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS,
' .to
CUTLOY, N0TI05
Gents' FaraliUlssK UosmU,
LADIES' DRESS GOODS, SUA WLS,
IllHiiketa, C'MfsHlaaoret aud Jobm
s)st Osltcosa
Dcbaluoa 1..
500 htnv. Hats t.."V"."'".,
,.)SOo.
..BOe.
.70e. each
t
A Splendid Line of
WJIITE GOODS AND EMBB0IDER1ES
Iluycrs win do well to call and
heforo parchasiag clsuwhero.
ezamino my stock
IL U. CUNNINGHAM.
Ke.C0Ob.la Lav.,
UAIUO. ILL.
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TO THE BANKERS, MERCHANTS AND
HOTEL-KEEPERS OF CAIRO:
Tho undersigned proposes, with tbo co-op-oratlon
of tlioso engaged In legitlmato busi
ness In Cairo, to issuo n jorles of cards, 12x14
Inches in size, printed in three colors, bronzed
in gold nnd silver, nnd finished In tho very
highest stylo of tho nrt typographical.
Tho plan upon which It is proposed to issuo
tho Card is now in successful operation in
Now York, Boston, Philadelphia, Pittsburg,
,St. Louis, Cincinnati, Chicago, and tho prin
cipal cities North, East nnd West, and has
mot, wherever tried, with unbounded fuvor.
It differs very materially from tho old-fashioned,
clumsy, roller-directories is heater,
cheaper, simpler in 'nrrangement, nnd will
contain only tho cards of those engnged, com
mercially speaking, In legitlmato business.
ITS ADVANTAGES AIIE I
FIRST: Each Card-nhtet of the the above
mentioned, will contain thirteen cards; and
each subscriber will be furnished vith fifty
copies, thus Kccurintf to each the manifest ad
vantaqe of a circulation of SIA HUN
DRED AND FIFTY VOI'fES, for, pro
portionately, an incredibly small sum.
SECOND: Simplicity of arrangement gives
an equal prominence to the card of each pa
tron; ichile its size permits the eye to take
it all in at a single glance.
THIRD: Each subscriber tcill circulate his
oicn copies, sending them in all directions to
his patrons,thu conferring while receiviug
benefits, making it an eminently mutual ana
cooperative transaction.
FOURTH'. This guarantees one of the memt
important points to be gained by 'this vtwle
of advertising, vis: EFFICIENT CIRCU
LA TION. Jly this method twt a copy will
be wasted, indiscriminate and carelcsc distri
bution mil be avoided, and the great objec
tions against the old "directories" will be
wholly overcome.
FIFTH; Its neat size and beautiful typogra
phy make it an ornament, which trill readi
ly find a niche in tho counting-room, in the
storehouse and tome of the country trader,
at the station depots of the different Itail-
1.1 i 1 .. ..
1 urfu ftyrvfi
and, Tenn-
steamers,
terminatinn at this point, thus lxnctrating
public and private place alike.
SIXTH: A new, targe and beautiful CAL
ENDER FOR lWM,rirA appropriate tint
block, will occupy the center of the Mrd,
eombinig usefulness and attraction with or
nament. SEVENTH: Its cheapness can be imag
ined when it said that a natron receives
the benefit of this large ami tiifftuire eircula-tion-f
or about one-seventh theeotof an orig
inal card.
tv.The Card wrlll br ucatl- fmtnril
wlicn desired.
aa. Those not framed will be supplied
with eyelets aud tape, all ready tat use,
without extra cost.
Stiff' It will be united in a few days, thus
preceding, in the sections of country tributary
to Cairo,all foreign advertising cards.
Til. XAM..Y,
At liulletlu Oilier.
Cairo. January
DUNNING NOTICE.
OTIC'K. All prrsous lnillll to me profes
sional ervlre are iovltml to cull at niv office and
M-ttle Immediately. t. W. IlUN.M.Sd, M. I.
lsnOLIt
OR8ALt.
fMH SAI.K. 10.W0 wires of Uii'I In Alexumlranl
JP Pulaski counties. In tracts to suit purchasers, in
cTulln some of tho finest farmlojj and limbered laiula
mthorW Korli.toj..0
Jantillw.H2t X. 71 Ohio Livee.
FIR NAXK-llllls of Ladlntf, ut thu bitten of the
Cairo liulletlu. . .
TTKMl HAI."K-LKal llUnks.at the "oltiec ut Ihu
JJ Cairo Uulktlu.
-pOR SAt'K-Cit; crlpand County Orders.
J fdocMdlw A.ll.r'AH'mr)L
EH AfcB-J14,OijO(;.ilrii '.-Ity1lndi.. ' , "
WANTS.
AHTKD-COUNTV OltDKIW.
Apply to
Jsufrilt
J.NO.'W. TUOVEHJfCO.
"I1TAJITKU Two koI men lo ran unu run ios
Won Caclmrftr. bAP;.lv lo &T. HCWM.
iiWat Haw Mill, Wd stamliOhlo Levf
TSrAWTKU AtoiufortaUa dwellinu with from i
w
to S rooms. Apply to JOHN Q IIAIIMAN 4 CO,,
dncJOiltf 7 unto uoreti.
W, exchanKeoKd Kurm In (lullatin county fortlly
Iou;Wso a farm In sTaulclln county. ... n
AWTKI Five thousand dollars Cairo City (las
Htock Enciuire oiuiiy naiionai iiiuik. vin
-i-irAMTKU At tha omce orthu olro iiuileim,
W. mercliants who want 11(11 Iliads, Hills of Lading
and fosters printed. .3
UTCHElis.
B
KIDACH AjICLINK,
HtoU Ko. I, Li Market Jlouw,
Keeps constantly on hand all kinds of Fresh Meat,
Bausage-freshand smoked; Hams and llreukfast la-
cpn, wnlCH iww!;iruuia,wiwi:sHu niv
I efl2 lain
' li
HEALTH insurance.
T
J. '
MUTUAL, BENEVOLENT- AHS0CIATI0X
rceria, uusoiii
The First and Itcst Institution of the hind xn
,' ih$ Unitvt smm . , ,
Weekly Heneflt from $5 to WO in ease of sickness.
Every man or Kemale of Healthjr Constitution can lo
u member. I ,1
This Institution 11 legally Incorporated under tho
Iaw.oflll.uoU. rorula
'dceSldtf - deneraf Aont forHtato of Illinois.
PmNTING.-POSTERS.
pOSTBKB,
, Of Svsrr Dascrlptlon,
Printed at thu otlke of tho Cairo Uullotin.
the different lines of the Vumberl
csiee. Mississippi, aud Ohio river
JABT CALL PAY UIM
l'crsons indnlited to mo' for Wood and Coal aro re
quested to pity up immediately, and are notified that
unless thnv do so collodion will ho mado hy due course
of law. This is tho last call, 1 mean whit 1 nuy.
JsuWSw F. M. WAKP.
HINDE'S .COLUMN.
cAiuocitr .1 I rAino TnANrr.u co.
Wll A II 1110 AT. Ort ' " " 'tlnWIIARI SOAT.
1 . v ,'.l '
Q1IAS. T. HINDK,
FOUWARDING AXI) COMMISSION
AIHO TKANSFEIl COMPANY
CAIRO ILLINOIS.
Throuah Illlls of r.nilliiff Rlren to all
Arallablo Polnla liy llnil or Water.
BBIiPKCf Ab ATfKNTION TO KOltWAItUINO.
A
TLASTICANI) .MIS'SISSLl'l'l
STKAMSIIIl UOMPANY
AHU
COMPItOMISE LINE STEAMEItS
TO
UJJW O H. Xs 33 jOl. TV El
TUB HTKAMKU8
W.H. AKTIIUII
XtAUV CJAY...............
HUTU - ......
PAtlliINK CA11HOLL...
1IINMAUCK
.fAHTKIt, f.iter,
lltntK, Malrr,
..l'KOItAM, Muster,
..WIIITK. MaMer.
..I:NTIIIKI:N, Muster
.u'itKiij, Jiamer,
.CONLT. Muster.
fOMMOXHKAI.TII
OMVR 1IIIANCI1
CUNTIMKNTAI.
IilZKlK 1.1SJS4
JOMW, Master,
lii:i:i;SOL'(3H Most r
Cotiiprlslutf ldl tho finest and lsrgest boats j)tlt of tit
' IJUls.
Ono of the abovo Hue of steainers will leave Cairo
for New Orleans every oilier day, conuevtlliK at hew
Orleans with Ocean Line of learners to
Liverpool, New York, Iloslun, and Halves
ton, Texas.
taanirrs and Bhlnners can rely on ono of thee
Wis leaving Cuiro pimctnally a ulove. WII tgr
tmrllclllar nltvntion to an way ireiuni. '"'" j'h iiii'hi
b New Orleans. CHAS. T. IIIMr
Oviieral Atcent, Cairo.
Otnce, on Whnrflosi, I'nMIo Ijmllas.
EI. Y. HISHON. Paeniter and Ticket Agent.
Otnce, at hi. Chsrlei lintel.
KMPH1S AND ST. LOUIS
OOMPAKTY
LINK or
H T EA3IK N.
Tli", f.illowine Hoots compose thl Line and will be
ruu in tho lullowlUK order t
M. K. FOHSYTH....-.-.
7.I.I(lLKi:, Master.
CONVAV, Master.
..THOMI-HON, JIsjUt.
(;ltANK, ManWr,
.MAI.IN. Msjiler.
MAHRI.K CITY ....
CITY OV AliTS'....-...
HEI. LKJIKMIMIIM. ......
CITY OV CAIHO.... .
rrnmpt attention will 1 dd to all nlness in
trusted to the rare of hee IwMs.
Vn-ifflit nnd Ticket Offlei- In company wlurMxMt. ia
front of City National lUnk.Mv.tit.
KI, K. eiHN, Ticket and rj-vngr Agent.
TITKMPHIF, WHITE P.IVKH AND
1V1 LITTLE KOCK
CNlTKIiTATr MAIL LINK.
JOHN B. UAVIH, hnpM, Memphis, Tennesrce
' Tho s)Ion(Iid side-wlicel
J PASSi;X(.KIt STEAMEKS
Ut AY FLOW Kit, CO.MMKHCIAL ami
I.IIIKIITY Ao.,
Lan Memphis every Tt'lDAT. THl'IHlUYaud
HATl'ItDAV. at p.m., for While Ititer, eonneetlns al
Duvall'a lllutt with the Memidiis and Little Hock !Uil
roa.1 fur Little Itork and 1 ft.t spring. Time from
Memphis to Little Itock, Ii hour.
Kreiuhls wid 1'as.enuers n'eiptel oer the above
Line al lover rates than anv other route.
CIIA. T. H1NIK. Aent, Cairo. III.
omce on WhsiMvat
s
IT. LOUIS, CAIRO AND VICKSbTKO
PAOIXET
OOMPAKTY
Tho siilcrnlM
PaM.oiiK!r Nlouiuorx
IIUUICOX m .IILAKH. Mater.
JULIA -..LOOKW(K)I,Mxtvr,
I. VMI.VAHV ..Lt'KRIt. Master.
II. M.HI1IIKVK M .CMlTKlt, Mjw-ter.
1'a Cairo RnioR up strain every rtlLVHAV and
Tl,'FIAV,an.l on down trip every THLlt.-IAY and
hU.NUAV. tnaklnRcloje connection with
Vlckaburir and Meridian Hallroad,
Seliua and Mcrldlau Ilallrond,
AHP
New Orleans, Jnrksnn and Orcnt Northern
Itallroad.
Through reecipts uien to any nnd ull points on the
said roads, with Packet", fur Vnioo Itlvcr.
Hplal aitenliou tciven to ah way IsislneM ltwen
Cairo and VIcksMiri;.
CHAS. T. HIMK. Oeneral Auent.
Oillco uii WharMuat.
B
VANSVILLE AND CAIRO
Consistin of tliu fuliowiii"
SpIoudlU rasvuer Steamers :
ARMADA, .1 . .
rUBOCCHET......-.Matr I K()VLKlt........ ..Clerl
Leaves Cairo Sunday and Thursday at S p.m.
dUICKHTKP,
DKXTEIt-. MaitcrlGllAMMKIt1. .'.....CterU
Leavos Cairo Tileiday and Friday at 3 p.m.
CUMUKUI.ANO,
HOWARD Master WUUlHT........-...aet'i
Leaves Cairo Wedueaday and Saturday at 5 p.m.
Maklnxjdl intormeUlata lundlnes,- and (wyln ptiit
tlcular.atTentlon tn Packet FreltthU,
CHA8. T. HIN1:. Oencrsl Agent,
Offlco nn WJiarMoat.
JASHVILLE AND CAIRO
3P.03ai3EJT oobcpasty
tsRfTV Cotnposoil of tho follo)vin:
NAHUVItK,
81M8 Master I HAltPKlt Clett
Leaves Cairo overy fiunday ot 6 .m.
TALISMAN,
STKONO ...Master KGAN Chr'r
Leaves Cairo overy Tuesday ut 6 p.m.
TYUONK,
HAHMON MaWv I WK.VVKH CKtk
leaves Cairo overy Friday nt 0 p.m.
y-peclnl attention Kiven to way business between
Cuiro aud Nashville.
Cairo uuu cHAB T IlINIti.: Gcncrlll Agejit.
dccl'C8dtf Oillco on Wharfboat.

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