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Shell oysters recoived daily nt Xiouis Hor
Shell oysters sold at' -BOd por dozdn nt
Louis Herbert". dec31dlw
See advertisement headed "Caird and
Business," in nnother column. ,
All kinds of gnmo served up in tho bc3t'of
stylo nt Louis Herbert's. dcc.31 dlw
The recent council proceedings will bo pub-"-hrd
A negro attempted to whip a white man
this morning in front of Fred' Thoobnld's
barber shop. Tho combat originated in a dis
cuss! 3n concerning tho prlco of drayago on
n lump of ice.
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" Tho 'llnllctln' is now tho official organ of
this county and city. It is tho paper of tho
peoplo;. and no person In Cairo ambitious of
Hie reputation of nn enterprising and intolll-.
gent citizen will hazard tho experiment of
refusing to patronizo it with subscriptions
and advertisements. Of only n few wcoks
growth, tho 'Bulletin' has novortholosa attain
ed to the stature of manhood, is strong and
powerful boyond its days, and has already
becomo nn institution of tho city an Institu
tion which merits and will boyond doubt ro
ccivo the support and encouragomcut of all
those citizens who know tho truo intorostsof
the city, nnd knowing iiavo tho wisdom to
About two months ago n young man named
James Kice, arrived In Cairo from Loulsvlllf
in which place, it is understood, his peoplo
reside. Ho ougiigod in tho peddling business
in this city, depositing his accumulations with
tnr A. 6'Donnoll. About tho 7th ult. ho
jiiiulo a visit to Hiekmnn, IcaVing in tho hands
of nir. O'Donnolltliosum of $-10. On christ
' mas day ho took tho steamer Anderson nt
Columbus, intending to return to Cairo.
Shortly after tho boat's departure, ho engaged
in conversation with a i)nssene;or, and, at
tempting to support himself against a stock
gato standing near tho guards, was precipi
tated overboard. Ho instantly pawed under
tliu Ico and was soon no inoru. The bpafwag
stopped, and a closo ldok-out kept for his re
appearance, but nil to no purpose. Tho ico
bad covered liim onco and for always.
II" hn'l, nt tlio timo of drowning, about $10
on Ids person. Tho money In mhO'Donnell's
1 anils '.s held subject to tho order of tho legal
"A ll!MHt.U.IZKI VlUK COMPAXlf."
Tin lliboriiia lire company made applica
Hot t j tho city council '' at iCk last statod
meeting for the usual quarterly allowanco,
Tending the motion, alderman Gibson 'ar6.se,
mid in a stylo of uutiucussnry earnestness de
clared that tho company was inefficient, do
moralized and broken up, null that they had
no claim to their annuity. Tho eiltlro history
Of tho Hibornia iiru company has boon, one of
hard, unselfish labor for tho city Vfolfarov
From"tho start Hi labors wcro ill-requited,
nnd Its members, being poor, tiioy could not
bear from their own pockets its heavy cxpon
fcs 'mt thov novnr for a momout entertained
the I lea of disbanding tho company. They
ncid tl.o money for which thoy apply to nhl
In tin- purchao of hose, which for several
months past has been thlr great want.
1 r a period of more than seven years tho
IIP., rnia tiro company has been a faithful,
fea '-' arvunt of the public. That now, in
the d V of lt indigence, it should bo declared
n uv!. ichnrgo upon tho city, that as u body
It U lenmrnlijHHl and InolHcleiit, and that Its
officers ask Tor that to which thoy aro not en
titled, ii, to suy tho least, ungenerous and un
grateful. tonus or w.u iiomis-A snockimi npko 1
TACLK. , . , ,(
Hiram Hill, diver of the submarine (earn
er Underwriter, has just returned from tho
wreck of tho United States. Ho arrived at.
tbcsiuno of that awful dhustor four days lif
ter Itsocciirroncf, yot tho bank wgro strewn
with cords of dead bodies I Thoy had boon
plaod thoro fur identification, and hundreds
of persons viiitod thorn daily, hoping to, rc-vog-i
nlso tho remains of tonic friend, relative or lov
ed one lost by that dreadful and harrowing he
client. He ayi that ho ha noon battld Holds
covered with ghastly aud swollen dead IkxHos
torn and mangled by shot nnd shell, hut tho
fruits of that terrible cntastrophy furnished
a epuutaelu at uiieo tho limit mournful, shock-!
ing and pitiful that ho ovo r beheld. Tliero
were women, men and children with tholr
nrms, legs and faces burned to a charred
mass ; horo n head had been torn almost from
Us trunk; thoro an arm and hero a leg. Shapo
lcu mnse of human llesh wero fished from
the wreck j wedged among boxes and barrels
were blackened remains, yot roaiHlniug on
the sunken wreck. Now and then tho feature
of tho face wero recognizable, but, us n gen
oral thing, those who sought their missing
rolatlvos, husbands, wlvos, children or friends,
looked in vain among tho erUped, dUtortod
nnd maimed bodiei that were preiul out bo
foro them. Tho consuming tiro had dona Its
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work too fearfully to permit luonuncntion.
It "was tho loss merciless waters, only, tha
travo up their dead to tho care of tho boreaved
i'iiamh: ov viux.
Tho undcrsiirnod haVo this dav disposed of
their entire stock of dry goods aud clothing
to mcssrs. llollbron cc Woil, who aro author
ized to collect all debts duo in. Thankful for
past patronage, wo trust for a continuanco'of
tho samo to our successors..
lIIJlI.HIlONi lllto ,111 Com. Av.
I'.eferrinir to tho above we betr loavo to an
nounco to tho citizens of Cairo and 'Io'nity
tuat wo havo bought tlio cntlrHoekot ury
conds of messH, Hojlbron fc lro., i.nd luvvlng
J.jught tliQ stock at greatly reduced prices
re arc n v able to soli nt less than Now York
irlcL-a. "Wo will dullv receive now stock and
Vtor ourfolvcs that hv trial, wo can suit nil
ustomors in regard to priootj und quality of
joods. ftoiiciimg your patronago, wiuire
KeJiceuuny, a;., lllCllilllfun a nr.m,
Ko. HI ttJinnierclol Ayeni0,
TANKS mil 1SS.
Tho tux book Is now In my .hands apd
shall immediately proceed to tho collection
of tho taxes charged therein. For that pur
roso I shall attend ut my officii in tho court
houso from half past 1 o'clock, p.m. until
nVlotk. p.m., each day. L. H. -M vkuh,
eiitrlffand cX'Olttf o collector AleMuilor couuty.
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W I -fmimis i 111. .r..nii n thh mnnnro n 'MV nff inil I luo.JuuuuK"v'i """" . ' I v ' H v ' v J.
COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS. t
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Culro, 111 ,.Tna., 4, 18C9.
'Present Aldermen Artcr, Cnrroll, Gibson,
Ilalliday, Lohr, ltcilly, Itcdman, Ityan, Hit
tenhouso and Vincent 10.
His honor tho mayor being absent, on mo-
lion of nldcrman Ilalliday, alderman Cnrroll
was called to tlio chair.
On motion tho reading of tho mlnutos was
Tho monthly reports of F. flrosfi nnd B.
phannossy, police magistrates ; A. Cain, mnr
kctmnstcrj W. T. Bccrwart, city treasurer,
nnd of police constables, woro presented, nnd
on motion received and ordered on Mo.
Tho petition of "V. T. Bccrwart, city col
lector, asking for furthor timo in which to
colloct unpaid taxes, was taken up, and on
motion of alderman Gibson tho timo extended
for thirty days.,
Tho ilnal report of John Howloy, city col
lector for 1807, wns presonted, und on, motion
referred to tho comptroller.
Tho special committeo appointed to report
on nn abatement for street illling on the prop
erty of C. N. Shipman, reported that they
,liad examined tho books of tho comptroller
and found that a credit was duo mr. Howloy,
ox-city collector, for tho amount of tho abate
ment, nnd recommended that tin clerk fur
nish tho comptroller with said amount, to bo
placed to tho credit of said John Howloy.
On motion tho report was received nnd tio
Tho following resolution was presented and
unanimously adopted :
To tho honorable John II. Mulkcy, judgo of
tho court of common pleas, of tho city of
Whorcas, it appears that tho county jail
is filled with prisoners nwniling their trlnl for
tho dlll'crent charges against them, and whero
as thcrolsno circuit court hold on account
of being no judgo of said circuit court,
wo therefore respectfully ask that you will
hold a sp cial term, of tho court of common
.tin... f.. nlmtltnl 1iialtlAa imlt' H4 SflHtl fl.4
convenient to.youf nnd thereby roliovo tho
people or nn expense nnu nenvy taxation.
Tlio petition of Joseph HigUn, night polico
constable, representing that by u fall from n
idowalk, while in discharge of his duties, Ho
was' disabled from tho 18th of October. 1808,
until the 7th day of December, nnd praying
the council to allow him his snlary for such
time, wai referred to aldermen Gibson, Bed
man and Byan for Investigation.
Tho petition of 3. M. Orr, asking for nn
abatement on assessment, was referred to tho
Tho petition of Win. T. Bccrwart, city col
lector, asking for abatement of tax on certain
real and personal proporty, was lam on tno
Tho ordinance committeo reported back an
ordinance relating to tho establishment of n
sinking fund, with their approval. On motion
tho ordinance (No 7f) was adopted by thu
Ayes Artor, Carroll, Gibon, Hnlllday,
Lohr, llollly, Bedman, Ityan, Blttenhouso and
The committeo on printing presented tho
following bids :
Of Cairo 'Times', agroolng to publish coun
cil proceedings ordinances and advertisements
for one year, for $500 In city scrip.
Of Culro 'Bulletin', agrcoing to puoiisii
council proceedings, ordinances and ndvertiso-
nui.iufor $375 cash, or Its equivalent In city
Tho bids wcro referred lmekto tho commit
teo with -Instructions to oloio n contract with
cithor of the parties before tho convening of
an adjourned meeting to bo hold on Wednes
day evening, January, 0th.
On motion tho amount of bond was incrous-
1 to $1,000 nnd tho bids returned to tho com
mitteo. with power to eloii; contract.
Tho'j-eiigtmtlQnbf lben Susankn, naiev-
miln front tho second ward, wna presented
On motion of alderman Gibson, thorcsigna.
wns laid' on tho tnble, and nldorman
Husanka fined llvo dollars for non-attendance.
Tlio committee on- claims returned tno toi-
lo.wlpg bllh, with tho recommendation that
thoy 'bo allowed:
Of H. Able, work in market houso.. .$ 7 00
Of Tliomas JSaugliton, worK on biue- m
Of Michael Mahonoy, work on side-
walks " u
Of Thomas Sullivan, work on biuo-
Of Gustavo- Hioland, hanging sign. . . .
Of O'Melveny & Lanfden, legal ser
vices in city cases,
Of Cairo city gas company, street
111 111 IM
Of Cairo city gas company, Bough
and lloaily lire company
Of Cairo city gas company, Arab en
Of Cairo Time, printing
Of David Davis, euro ot smallpox pa
tient, in lieu ot sm
Of John W. Strahul, dieting prisoners
in cltv jail iua uo
Of.Mulkey, Wall & Wheeler, legal
services in street lining assessments uo
On motion the several bills woro allowed by
tho following voto.:
Aves Artor, Carroll, Gibson, Ilalliday,
Lohr, Bellly, Bedman, Byan, Blttunhouse,
The following bills wero presented:
Of John Hogaii, salory $ 50 00
Of B. Sliannessy,- salary 25 00
Of A. Cain, market mnstor, salary. ... fO 00
Of .1. 1. Fagin, salary iw w
Of J. Martin, salary 60 00
Of W. T. Boorwart, salary 100 00
Ofpolico constables, salary 458
On motion tho several bills wero allowed
by the following vote:
Ayes Arter, Carroll, Gibson, Ilalliday,
Lohr, Bellly, Bedman, Byan, Bittonhouso,
and Vincent 10. .
Tlio following bills wcro referred to tho
committee on claims:
Of John Hogan..., $ 12 50
Of Hibernian ilro company 300 00
Of Carl T Thomas 23 80
Of G, D. Williamson 2 20
Tho bill of Jamos Boss, for coal, amounting
to $18, cash, wus referred to the flna,nco com
mitteo. Thu bill of Cairo city book bindery, amount
ing to 50, was referred to Bellly, JIallidny
Tho bill of Wm. J. Alien, $200, was ro
forrcd to Uellly, Bcdmau and Arter.
A communication from tho city attornoy,
Inrcforonci to thb mnnncr of' pnylng'tnit
officer, was on motjon, roforrcd totho ordl
nancocomiilittco. .On motion tho cleric ynsjnstruclcd to wJtb-,
hold tho publication of tho proceedings of tho
meeting until tho committeo Iiau mauo con
tract for printing.
On motioi ndjournod to meet on Wednesday
night, tho Gih Inst.
Joint, P. Faoin, City Clerk.
In tho proceedings of tho last stated moot
ing of tho city council nppcars n resolution
requesting the judgo of tho court of common
pleas of this city to hold n special term of his
court (which Judgo Mulkoy has slncoordorod),
for tho purjiosoof putting upon trial tho
prisoners now In tho county jail, so that In
this way tho peoplo may bo roliovcd of "an
oxponsonnd heavy taxation." Tho resolu
tion was adopted by n unanimous voto.
A few days ago this same council adopted
n resolution submitting to tlio people for sig
natures a petition prnying tho legislnturo to
nbolish tho court of common pleas, so that in
this way tho peoplo might bo roliovcd of "an
oxponso nnd heavy taxation."
Thoro may bo thoso who will express tur
prlso at tho apparently conflicting notions of
our municipal legislature, but wo can assuro
nil persons that thcro is no causo for surprise;
that It is possiblo for nn institution to bo cheap
nnd expensive ; thnt to hold a session of tho
court would undoubtedly Involvo tlio peoplo
in "nn oxpenso and heavy taxation," and to
hold u session of it would, at tho samo time,
relievo tho peoplo of, "an oxpenso and heavy
taxation;" that, in short, is Is unreasonable
tobollovo tho court should bo abolished and
just as unreasonable to bclievo it Bhould not
bo abolished. Wo hopo this explanation ot
tho diirercnco and tho no dlfrercnco between
t)io action of tho council in praying for tho
nbolltion of judgo Mtilkey's court on tho
ground of economy, nnd tho petition of tho
samo body praying tlio Judgo to hold the court
so that tho ends of economy maybe subsorved
is altogether satisfactory to tho people, and
may go far toward convincing tho doubtful
that there arc moro things In heaven nnd on
earth than aro dreamt of in Horatio's or any
body's elso's philosophy.
, LOCAL 1IUEVITIKS.
Nearly all our lawyers arc in Springfield.
Tho city council aro sticklors for economy,
nnd manage to keep tho city engaged, in tho
economical business of legal litigation.
Tho council do not trent our nblo city at
torney with proper respect. When a law-suit
Is determined upon, lawyers aro employed
without consulting him. For Instance, In
tho Fox, Howard & Co. mandamus caso three
legal firms havo boon engaged. Fivo hun
dred dollars to each firm. Total, fifteen hun
dred dollars. Is this economy? Consulta
tion with tho city attorney, who Is really a
gentleman of much legal acumen, would savo
tho city many dollars.
In' company with messrs. Bross, Hally liar
roll, Butlor and Fagln, wo managod to dls-
KClIt MI'DICAL USE;
No. 74 Ohio I.tver,
JOIIV AV. THOVKll A. C
BHOKL'HS AND KXCHANttK
Eiglitli street, wuml door from C
Jclln" In one
I nil tho
k, ami our
Also, I'luugs TIckctR from
Litcrpool, Imdon, Havre, Antwer)
und Hamburg, to New 'oi
Or lo nny point Vest.
Bircollpciknj nindoon any point In V
jgiOlCKIOX EXCHANGE FOv
In Any lleiUlrcil Anion
r.vntHvilio; Mnrtmo, nt. l.ouii;
Coinid, Nrw orloaiiii
Deliver, Oraud Towerj
v. it. Arinur.m. i.oui;
(fa. Amlvrion. Coluin.. Millircv. rnduenh:
Ctimborl.-tnd, Kvnnnvllloj Mnrtlnv, Wliitnltlvcr;
Tucony, pi. i.oiii; uoiiici, uranu lower,
Argoy, Nvw Ork-am;
Tho weather continues oxtremoly ploasant,
tho skies eloar, and tlio tomporaturo at CO'.
Should this kind of weather continue, it is
feared that tho buds of fruit trees, particularly
of tho peach, will begin to swell, and tho frosts
which are yet to coino boforo spring, will put
nn end to all hopo of fruit. In tho mcantimo
"sufficient for tho day Is tho evil thereof,"
should bo tho motto in regard to affairs over
which wo havo no control, and thoreforo lot
us enjoy tho delicious weather whilo it lasts
Tho river has risen about ton inches slnco
last roport, and begins to show a decided dis
posltlou to "go slow" as regards coming up
tho bank. It will probably bo stationary to
morrow or next day.
Tho Mississippi is again rising slowly at
St. Loiiis, but as tho uppor rivors aro still
closed with Ico, it is not probablotho rlso will
amount to much unless n gcnoral thaw, rain
and break up should occur very soon. This
is not very probablo, bo enrly in the season
Tho Ohio is still rising at Loulsrillo nnd
Cincinnati, but so slowly that It is prosumod
tho riso has about coasod. Anothor rlso of
small proportions has occurred at Pittsburg
but tho Alloghtny Is still closed with Ico, and
tho Monongahola, from which tho rlso comos, i
IS IBliing BV urowjiaYii.. .,i t
Thoro is cloven foot six inches In tho olian
nol to. Pittsburg, and cloven feet over tho falls
Business horo continuos good.
Tho Molllo Ablo Is now receiving rapidly
and will return to Now Orleans on arrival of
tho train to-morrow, Friday, morning, nnd
will hnvo n good cargo. Tho Molllo Is n
splendid craft, with unsurpassed accommodn
ii ,i . ...i rnn Dim. Ablo is her
commander. Tho nfTablo, laughablfi hnd good
looking Billy Graham is her .clonic, assisted
by .another handsome gnllcmun, whoso mod
cstv will not allow him to havo his namo put
: AVlth such officers nnd such n
stenmor, wo can assure passengers Of a trip of
Bv an oversight wo omitted yesterday an
necount of tlio enrgo which tho Jlolllo Aoio
discharged nt this port, and which is an im
portant item in tho business of our city. She
discharged 323 hhds sugar, 131 bbls molasses,
124 sks coflec, 71 bbls rice, 224 pkgs sundries,
Ct cattle, for ro-shipmctit to Chicago and
Oulncoy, 15 hhds sugar, 10 tons sundries for
re-shipment to St. Louis, and tho following
for Cairo: Hendricks & Co., 117sksdsago
orange seed, C bbls oranges ; D. Hurd & Son,
18 hhds sugar; G. D. AVIUiamson, 3 hhds su
gar, 10 bbls rosin, 10 bbls tar, 2 bbls rice,
Tho Cumberland brought out about 10 tons
sundries for Cairo merchants; 40 bbls krout,
50 bbls potatoes, 10 sugar kettles, laa pugs
furniture, 350 pieces castings, for ro-shlpmont
to southern ports.
Wo woro much surmised a tiny or two iiko
on reading a report of tho surveys of thu .Mis
sissippi river, mado in 1800, by Copt. Hum-
plireys nnu Jjtcut. aoooi, f. a. lopograpm
cal Engineers, to find that thoy only make
tho distance between Cairo und St. Louis, to
bo 173 miles, and from Cairo to Isow Orleans
only 080. Stenmboatmcn tiro in tho habit of
calling tho distnnco to St. Louis 200 miles,
nnd to Now Orleans 1050. Wo also tiotico
that recent surveys of the Ohio by Col. Bob
crts, show the Ohio to bo considerably short
er than has been usually supposed. Uio sur
vey of tho Mississippi shows ono item of great
importance to Cairo, which Is no less than tho
fact that whilo tho channel above Cairo can
not bo matcriolly deepened by nrttncial
means, unless nt very great expense, on ne
count of tho numerous beds of rock and grav
el, yet below Cairo there is no greater obsta
do'to bo overeonio in deepening u channel
than n hard bluo cloy, which is not very fro
qucntly found high enough to bo any troublo
to a urcilging maciune, aitnougu khowu io
undcrlio tho vholo vnlloy. Diodgo-boats can
thoreforo, nt very little oxpenso, give us a
clear channel depth of from seven to ten feet
water ut tho lowest seasons, which only last
about two months nt tho very longest. Tho
machino will generally have only to encoun
ter tho loose nnd easily shifted winds of tho
river, whoso swift current will rapidly carry
thorn Into deep water as soon us thoy uro dis
turbed by tlio, tiredge. Willi tlio small ex.
penso of keeping dredge boaU in operation
two montliJ in enchyoar, wo can havo u chan
nel depth which will allow steamers of nil
classes Uninterrupted navigation, with full
cargoes, from Culro to Now Orleans. . Hli
tho system Inaugurated of a tri-wcckly, or, us
trade Increases, n dally line of huge freight
steamers between this city and Now Orleans,
having such steamers as tho small storn
whcelori which now ply at all sensous to St.
l.ouU and Cincinnati, and such side-wheelers
as tho Virginia. Ieirul Tender, Armada,
McGlll and others which aro rather too small
to mako nn vine trips, ut low rates, for Ions:
distances, to act as feeders for these largo
boats, wo would speedily sco chunges wliieli
will bo surprising. One great change will
1m) for tlio interest of tlio stcatiiUiatmiiii. as
by this course ho can make much mure mono
thnn nt present, because, although ho wil
havo freights nt lower rates, Jkc loicer rates
clll enable Mm io obtain to tarie a propor
Hon of the freight now carried by railroads
that his boat will ulwuys bo fully laden, und
at vork tho vcar round. It surely dos
not rcnuiro' Illustration to prove thnt if
n bout carries freight nt fifty cents per
hundred for fivo months, and then
lavs uii tho remainder of'tiio year, or occa
sionally mnko trips at slightly bettor prices
but onlv half lndoii. Sho U not making us
much money as if she wont fully ladon all the
year round ut 30 cents per hundred. Besides
the clear L-ain to the owners, how it would
gladden tho hearts of tho thousands of pilots,
engineers, clerks, mates, deck-hands and fire
men iwiio now aro compcucu to tivo iwcivo
months on tho earnings of Mx, by being com
pollod to idleness for one half their timu while
their boats aro laid up. Jf in tho tlccllno
of freights tho rato of wages thould coino
down also, although this is not a certain re
sult,' is not $100 per montl tho year r6und,
better than 9150 por montn lor oniy six
months in tho year? It U just $300 letter
OH NEW OKL-EANS.
tiik fink btkai:i:h
dan aiilu - - Master,
w. 0. oitAHAM - - Clerk,
Will It-nvn for tliu ntioro .md intf-rim-dmlu HulliU 011
Friday mornlnc, Jan. 8. Wit), on tirrlvnl uf tlio innniliii;
train. K. II. HKNDllll'K A CO., Adonis.
WANTKU Corroiipoudeneo with mimlxjr or
young ladlcn. with a view to aumai'iixmt, Int.
irorcmcntnnu innyio mairunony. auuv lock ixix
ISO, . nu7-2l
TTtOU SAliK. 10,000 nort's of land in Alexander nnd
IiiI,hWI pdnntlfn. In tract to unit nurrliniierii. in
rmdinirnomo of H10 finest funnlug and tlmerol lands
inthQtttato, For list iiriplr to
JOltn W- llAll.M.A.-l a IAI.,
iiuitdlw.wSt No. 74 Ohio Lnveo.
jiuidlt JNO. W. '
HlT ANTKD Acomfortahlfl d M 111 litr with from i
YY m 8 rooms. Apply lo JOHN (j llAltMANA CO.,
74 Ohio Lctpo.
TTIOK ItKNT ,S)lfmH'dotlU(indliiinlnesii rooinn,
' lapinnt.-Ao..in Clark' nov buildinjr on l.cvcn,
iil)vpl2thhtrect. AlvxIucllliigoiiTcnthiitrcot, Ap-
iily to y, t:. Ai.uitiuitT, cor. uu hi. una woaii. av.
Corner' Market iintl Court Streets,
This now. spacious, clcirar.t and wcll-nppoint
hiilldlnu. Vnll bo oiiKiicd for tho retention of uiioslx
and nftor January 13th. Tlio entiro hoimo Is now ly nnd
tlio accommodation of lady boarderd, and all olhor
oonvenleneos found in tho best houses In the rtouth
west Uhnrces modorato.
Three eligibly aituated nnd well finished lmslnom
rooms on tlio tirst tloor will bo rented 011 reasonable
terms to a good tenant. Jan0d3m
Of Every Description.
Printed at tho offlco of tho Cairo Bullotlu;
TlTKTmiJtllitinfli,r llui (talro 1 1 1 1 1 lot I II
W merclmuts who tram Ulil Ueads, Hills of tudiug
ana roiiora priuicj -
CAiun mANmn CO.
CHAS. T. II1NDE,
? J ' T 1 ' - , 4, .
FOItWAUDLNU Aflli C03DIISSI0X
CAIRO TKAXSFEK COMPANY'
ThroiiRli Hills of IinilliiK K" to all
OTTSl'KCIAIi ATTENTION TO 1'OltWAHDlNO.
A TLANTIC AND MlSSl&aii'i'i.
COMPROMISE L1XE STEAMKKS
IV. K. AKTIIUIl.
....-()' NKI I., Maxter,
, JUNK'', MiwUt.
Comiirislng nil the Hact and lrg"
t lioitts out of tt.
Onoofthnnlioio Imoi.f utrainers will iwivotnim
tor New Orloatis every otlu r dny, ronnectlUK nt :tw
Orleans dli Ik'cnn I.iiio nfFteuiaers to
lilvcrpool, New York. Ilontnii, ami nlvr-
Villi, m i w -
I'MitonRon n!wlMil.ir!cnn rely oiuino nf Ihen
Iwntu KnUun Culro ,iinctumiy n mm. " i
liarllcitlnr nttcatloa to nn ny '?":;7:. "r,"r"'
o New Orleans. Cll.W. T. ml)K
(iencrnl Aifont, Cnlrn.
Olllce, nn Vriarnoot. IliMta Undln.
I'D V. MSfON, I'neiiL'or mid Tiflket Ai;eiit.
Olllce, nt si- warns Iran. .
jlTEMl'HIS AND ST. LOUIS
jpWJ LINK OK
S T 13 A M K IC S.
TIimMIohiiik ""'"H" tliuUno aud will bv
run In llm folluwlnu order t
31. K. KOIISYTII wZi:i O f .KK, Mater.
MAIlItl.K CITY .VV..v m V.,
l'ITV(ll'AI.TO.V .'1 Jl''J,I'!Mt,r'
IIKI.I.IC JI KM I'll IS . I JA N K, MaSIIT,
CITY OV CAIUO .MAI.1N, Miwlcr.
l'mnii-tntU ulion will Ikj pnld to nil UwlaftM ln
trntrc In tliiicureof King Ud: ,1.1..
rrciglit mid 'IV'ki t OtlicH In uuinjny wliarfdat, in
KD.' v. SI1-1ON1 Ticket nnd Pavcs" AKnt.
TKMrHIS, "VVHITK BIVKB AND
1V1 LITTLK BOCK
UN'ITKU hTATlX MAIL LINK.
JOHN U. 1AV1S, Suj't,.Mcliil.lH, Tmiitwce.
Tho splendid side-wheel
JIArrLOWKII, COMMKIICIAIj aud
LIUKHTV No. :s,
I.eftTi Mimt.lil ctrry TtWOAV. TUl'ItSKAT nn l
HATt'Itl'AV, nt 8 ti.tn for VIilt Unvr, rnnnpellnent
DiitoII'h Hint! with tho JK mrliNnnd I.iUto Itiuk IUU
riI f"r l.ittlii Itwk nnd I lot r-i-nni;. Tiino from
Mi-nipliin tu I.itUv l!vk, la Lwiri
Krfihls nnd I'uiin'niiLM iii-firiM nur lhoit)if
Lino at lower rte limn nuy 01 m r rui
en Art, T. IU.W1,
Aceni. Viir. III.
Oitiiio m VharfdJt.
OT. LOUIS, CAIUO AND VIOKSUUIUi
PACKET O O 3VT 3P j!VIir Y
fejfc'rrr- I'iiHMuigr Stcauicnt
ItritlCON. ..i...ll!)AKK. MhIt,
J U I, I A I.OCIC WOO I),Matr,
U.M1NA11Y .J.l'KKII. MOiter,
II. .M.HIUtKVK ...OAltTKIt, Ma.tcr.
Pa Culro iinlnc tmstn-am overv Kl'NDAY wJ
TI'KSDAV, nnd on down trip nvi-ry THUIWDAVwid
HUNIJAY, inaklnK cloao counrctluii with
VlckaliurK nud Meridian Itallraatl,
Kcliun mill Mrrlillan llullroad
Sv Orltniin, Jucbson andtlrrnl Northern
llallronu. , ,
Tliroush reccliiUuivcn to any nnd all tohi,s on Urn
said roads, with racket for Taioo Itlwr.
Cw i uttcntmn eivim to oil way biuineis notwa
Cairo and Yickburu.
CJI.W. T. HIND!'., tiencral AReM.
Ollfeu on Wliarf.boet.
-JYANSVIIiLE AND CAIEO
Conslstimr of tho followlnu
Splendid rnssenger Sieauiorti:
DUSOUCIIKT Matter KOWMllt Clork
Leaves Cairo Huudny nnd Thursday nt 6 p.m.
I)i:XTKIt Slttnter I (iltASIMEII Clerk
Leaves Culro Tuenday and Friday ut6 p.m.
HOWARD Master WRIOIIT Clerl:
Leaves Cairo Woilnewlay nnd (Saturday at 5 p.u).
MaklnK nil intermedintH limdlnKn, nnd paying par
ticular attentlou to Pockut KrelRhu.
CHAH. T. lllNDl!, General Agonl,
Oillee 011 Whurf-liont.
"VTASHVILLE AND CAIUO
Uomposcu oi 1110 louowing ,
HIM9 Master, HAItPKIl clerk
Leaves Cairo overy Suuday nt 6 p.m.
BTRONO ..Mastor EOAN Clork
Leaves Cairo every Tuesday nt 6 p.m.
HARMON Master WlUVElt Clerk
Leaves Cairo every Friday at & p.m.
v-8pccinl atlentlon given to way business botteeea
Cairo nud Kashvilhi. , .
WUS. T. H1NDE. General Agent.
dccU'CJUtf Ottlco ou Yuarftcet.