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. , I ,r.-, I niUDIiKT AKD HIS l-EBSKCOTOIlS.
EmluKAiM I miu wv..c In th. flrst ycar of tho war old Jako Brad-
Ufurn, &
LOCAL NEWS.
Co lo Goldmine & ltoenwntor'for hnrgnihs
In drilling. 3t
Tho A cln of tlio Cairo high eehool lmyo
taken chemistry nnd rhetoric, In addition to
their nlrc.idy Important studies Under their
jlr'cnt government thoy arc making flno pro-
.
The ilrm of Miller & Kittrcdgo has been
dissolved. Tho business will bo carriod on at
the old stand by II. 1). Miller and J. 0. Mll
lr;, under tho firm nnmo of Miller & Miller.
Sec ndvcrtisoinont in to-day's 'Hnllctln.'
A llttlo boy named Krcd Thorndytfo wity
yesterday afternoon sont ti tho post oWnf
nnd has not sinco been seen or heard of. V
Any information or Him win uo ginuiy re
ceived by his anxious parents whoso rcsidonco
is on twenty second street.
MXTL'UK TO-MtiUT.
Kcv. C. II. Footo lectures to-night before
the Cairo Academy of Science.
)llIltT sillKWAIik.
Tlio atluntlou of tho city fathers Is called to
thp situation of the burnt sidewalk which was
destroyed by the lato flro. In its precent
Mato it is n great nuisance, and should ho re
built at once. Every stranger, either enter
ing or leaving Cairo, is obliged to tnko tho
mlddloof the railroad track for lack of a sidewalk-.
JtAltl.NK i-ATIKSTS.
Tho following Is tho annual statement of
marine pationU in thu St. Mary's Infirmary,
for tho ycar ending Deconibcr 31, 18GB :
Nutnlw r of pntlotitu la lio-plml Jan. 1. low....... 3
" " .olinrfcC(l .2
tiled...... 17110
Jteiiiniuing I)inlr Si, INfl........
AivrKii immiwr cMny' toiler funilnhed.... fl,l
7 " oApilHos lueurred $9,820
Making an aggregato of about $24 for each
patient treated.
nxcTiox or haxk oi'Nckks.
Tho City Nationnl Haul: elected tho follow
ing named gontleinun ns directors: S. Slants
Tfivlbr, (loo. D.'Willinntson, Scott White, AW
r.Halllday, Stephen Ulrd, A. It. Sullord,
and Itobert H. Cuiinliigliam.
At a meeting of tho Hoard of Directory W.
!'. Halliday was elected president, A. U. Snf-
ford appointed cashier, and Walter Hyalop,
assistant enshior. A. 11. SaVkois'ii,
jania Iw Caihier.
norm. AKitiVAKs.
Tim tit C'knrlm, Mumliy, .Iiuiitary 11.
v Cliipinnns
li rHtl'lla llit.Vi
Win IMrluk, HI l.nulr,
V CurtT, Md.Cltj:
(. Wouii'I.i.VhiihIih;
W i Cunniir. Florida;
.1 Kic ImnlMiiii M l.'ini"
i; sehuknlmrg, "
Wm Cifilg, diieiufo.
I Whiiii.-). .V rli;
Jdimwi
l'Owmi, New ri,
II llnt)lriiii:
r,IU, M I.0111.;
II Irf.nl. r. ruiiw,
I' lli'liri'li'.
H I.yiiDiu ill). 1 wife, ClilentfQ;
A vVnlilcn. KontiK-ky;
V !liiton, Kuiu-villt';
A Van Deant A la I) . I.'uls.5
W Carman, !tiiii)olli
A IliirC.t'lilrsito;
.1 Krllibln, hi I.'inn!
J I ll.i-licr:
H it til wifr. !.itll"U' k: V KIIworthi
T i:iUl.iirr, ArimiifM. J (Inli.i, Oiiiullinatli
T Kmmo, m lrftil; 12 WriKiit A daughter, On.;
ft lulU!i.m. lf.. ..n I ii.) Win ll.irkloy, N o;
finiiiirr, III.
MIAI.li I'OX UOSl'ITAl..
The board of health doslro to obtain a liotiso
willi from throo to Ax rooms, eomowhero in
the subnrln of tho city, to bo used, for the
tiino lining, as a small pox hospital ; and no
tloo U lmroby given that proposals for the
WO of iip1i hoiuo will bo roceived by tho city
tuarshul, or ahliTinun Vincent, at hU htoro
from this date. It is dtxlrablu that the pro
mrU -lnuilil lw sent hi immediately. Uy
ardor of the board of lu-ulth.
J ami.s C.MiuiH.i., Chairinau.
Caiko, dan. 12, 18G0.
(ri(K.
Oill.e Culm City linn 0iliiiiiy,
Jsnmiry 11,
At a meutlng of tho stockholders of the
Cairo city gas company,, held this day, the
fcllowlm: direotors vro unanimously elected :
AV. 1'. llalllday, S. S.Taylor,. I ewett Wilcox,
It. II. Ciinnlnghiim, lloran liarns, H. V
AVebb. 1). llurd, W. II. (ireen and A. II
Sall'onl.
Tho dlri" t.ir au: rjui'ete(l to moot at the
ullico of tho company, at city national bank
on-AVednwdnv, .laniiarv Kith, at 10 o clock
iuii.,..for tho organisation of tho now lioard
A. Jl. Sakkop.I), .Secretary
rirriTiox rou tauiiox.
A pi'titlou Is being circulated praying for
tho pardon of John C. Muasct who was-trled
in thik county In Idiio, for tho murder of
Hardy Kotid, on tho Ulg Muddy bridge, in
Jack'on county, nnd sentenced to bo hung,
which Miutenco a commuted to imprison
ment for life. Hunsaker, who was then sher
iff, got a gallows and everything ready for tho
execution, bu a few hour before tho sentence
was to havo been executed, a respite arrived.
There has been much doubt in tho miuds of
men who know the circumstances of tho cuu
to tho guilt of tho prisoner.
Tho limit stock In gent' furuUhlng goods,
nt 13H Commercial avcuuo. O-Ut
iilit'iWl.
The nuo warranto eao against K. S. Ens-
miuger, which has W-vn bufore the supremo
court of tho state, ha been decided in favor
of mr. Ensmingor. In this case was involved
tho notorloui wuart Issue, and once
again tho right of the trustees ,vH
Cairo Property to collect a compeniiltioh
from boa 1 4 landing at our wharf has lwea uf.
firmed. The agit:ttlou of this question has
crippled the city greatly, and experience
should have convlni od our citizens that ho Is
iW dnemy of the city wbo piopooes to renew
J1F.KTINO IiAST MdHT AT Hit. AltTKll'M OKHCE,
Adoption of ,lly-Tjnw.
Tho Emigrant Aid ,.peiety held u meeting
at doctor Artor's ollico last evening for tho
transaction of business and adoption of by
laws. Tho meeting was called to order by
1). Hurd, esq., president of the society. Tho
commlttcoppointed to draft by-laws for tho
soclety.rriado their report, which, on motion
was accepted. Tho secretary was authorized
to ufocuro books for tho society ami to open
iy(ubser!ption book for tho purpoe of record
ing tho naniM of parties who wished to be-
como memoers, aim lo miveruse i" ui.
'such a book bad boon opened, In mo uuro
papers. On motion, the following code of by
laws were adopted, in sections, after which
tho meeting adjourned to meet on call of tho
president:
Ily-Ijinvif.
AtlTICI.K 1 OKK1UKUS, AND T1IE1K VUT1KS.
Sko. 1. Tho olllcers of this Society shall
consist of a president, vice-president, sccrc
tarv, treasurer, and uii oxeeutivo committeo
of Ave, all of whom shall constitute a board
of directors, and shall hold their ofllces for
one year, or until their successors are elected
and qualified.
Sko. 2. Tim president shall preside at all
meetings of the Society, and shall, by vlrtuo
of his ollico, bo tho presiding olllccr of tho
board of directors. Ho shall have a general
supervision over the olllcers of the Society i
shall report their delinquencies to tho board
of Directors, and shall seo that any measures
adopted by tho Society, or board of directors,
lire properly executed.
Sko. :i in tho abeenco of the president tho
vice-president shall act in his stead, nnd per
form all duties Incumbent on the president.
Sic -V Tho secretary shall keep correct
minutes of all meetings of tho Society and
board of directors ; ho shall rccelvo all dues
and other moneys of the Society, pay the
samo over to tho treasurer and take his receipt
therefor; ho shall keep u correct list of all
hinds for sale by. or which may bo fold
through, Jlils Socletv; ho shall attend to all
correspondence, and make a full report at
each regular meeting.
Sue. r. The Treasurer shall receive tho
funds of tho Society; shall keen a correct ac
count of all moiiev received nnd paid out, but
shall pav no order except when signed by tho
secretary and counter-signed by the president;
he shall mako a full report of hil receipts and
disbursements and of tho nuances of tho
Society at each regular meeting.
Skc. 0. Tho board of directors shall take
such ntops as mav bo necessary to Increase tho
membership of tho society, and to organize
branch societies In all the counties of toutheru
Illinois; thoy (.hall adopt measures to provide
the necessary funds for carrying on tho nod
dy; thev shall have power to procure and
contract lor supplies, or articles of any nature
whatever, ncccnary in ellecting tho purpose
and objects of tho society; they may employ
agents and fix their pay, and shall tlx thopay
of all olllcers which they may deem entitled
to compensation; thoy shall midit and allow
all jtut claims against tho society; they shall
provide correct maps and plat, together with
a full description and the price of all lands
for sale In Alexander county, and .haU re
quire all branch societies to tile In the ollico of
this socletv a copv of like maps and plats, to
gether with a full description, and the price,
..c.ii i,.n.ii r.ir nl In their respective coun-
ii,,.,. J,ll miiinliit ustaudim: committeo,
whose dutv it shall be to show any lands which
nav be offered for sale by tills soc eiy to per
sons delrou of purchasing, ana ino ooaru oi
directors shall have power, anil u is nore o
ii,, .ir .int v in reoii re a i urancn boliu-
tie to .mimlm Mmllnr committees for UKo
tlvo counties; they
.(..ii li.ivn Imv.i miuer to call conventions of
delegates from all societies acknowledging this
as their parent society, nnd to tlx the number
01 tlUlliUC 10 8UUI vOIl VtiiiiH'H i miuj
1 Intelligence ollico in Cairo;
i . . " . i i An .li
ana tn general, sunn nau uwi i v. ........
ever may be necessary, in their Judgment, to
iiroiiiotii thixili'ficU tor which uu mmuvj
oruanlzeil.
ti tiit.iiqtf11l
Ui i fell.. iitniii1iir.4 ii f ibis society hhall
pav liito' tho treasury not less than four dol
ing a year, payable quarterly in advance ;
i .,.. i.,i.iW fiillliiL' for the neriod of six
months' to nay his quarterly dues, may bo
ini.-nn rruiii thu rolls of the society hy i
.,!. r ttm lionril of dlri.'etors.
Sko. 2. Anv member ilesiring 10 wmiuraw
itv must slirulfv his desire todo
so In writlnir, diroetnl to the board of direc
tors.
AltTlf'Li: :i MKKTl.VOS.
i Tin nviilAr mectlmr of thu eocietv
hull bo held quarter-yearly on tho second
uesday hi tlio inoniUK oi .lauuary, inu,
July ami wciooer.
i. ii.. nnffrn iirenher. nnncartu in
and gave out among his colored friends that
ho had been called of God to tho. ministry;
ilmt il.n Holv Ghost had nnnonred to him. In
l.rtOii nini liokintntr thing of
liu'ht: that tho mantlo of tho apostles had fal-k
Jen upon liliit ; tiint nu tongue mm
fill tint tn vatrv nf tironhccv. Many of
tho black sheep of Zlon believed in him, and
soon a large and devoted congregation had
gathered about his not very clean but never
tholcss apostolic feet. For a time matters
moved alone: smoothly, and Jake succeeded in
biitldlnir a house of worship in which ho 1
talked tho gospel witli a voice of thunder, a
nuisance in tho neighborhood, but a wonder
ful man to his flock. On an evil day, mis
chief makers, two white nion.messrs. Tolburn
and Keves, appeared in Jake's vineyard, and
oxprcsscd a dosiro to pluck all the fruit which
had been so assiduously cultivated in othor
words, to out Jake from the ministry and
gobblo his building. "We are not thorough
ly posted in tho details of tho conflict, but
know that from tho tlmo tho two whito men
named arrived in town until the present hour
thero has been troublo among Jake's follow
ers, and tho wholo congregation has been
often before that estimable olllccr of tho
law, esquire Jlros, who holds tho scales of
justlco with an even hand. Jake "was finally
defeated, tho building was put into tho caroof
tho white fellows, and on the ni ;lit succeed
ing, wo believe, thochurch and parsonago were
destroyed by fire, which, according t' Jake,
came from heaven liko the tongues of llamel
which descended on tho heads of the multi
tude that listened to Petor on tho day of pen
tecost. The families of Tolburn and Keyos
woro scorched, but luckily escaped death.
Jake was arrested; but, having tho buckler
of tho Lord to protect him, escaped tho shafts
of tho law, and In a day or two walked forth
a free man, as froo ns tho apostles who were
of old led out of prison by tho lock-opening
angel. Jake Immediately began toclrculato
n sub'cription paper, and having collected
twenty or thirty dollars, started a new
church which is now In full blast. Messrs.
Tolburn and Koycs, who seem to be good men
of their kind, not to bo behind their rival,
began to gather in dimes from the black men
upon whoso moiiev thoy live, and aro now
constructing a new house, to bo used for pur- i.
poses ol worsiup, anil lo sueiier iiiiaiiino ne
groes who may bo governors, congressmen
and presidents, while their young ideas aro
taught how to shoot by the llrm of T. & K.
As long ai Jake lives flro Is likely to como
down from heaven upon that house.
I III! II II
At (Joldstine & Uosenwater s can bo found
tho Alpine hat at n reasonable price. It-Ht
IONS
tho war
wharf.
against the City Proporty for tho
IIIIICItMAX.
Notwithstanding the many dlscouragim
clrourmtances with which the members of tho
Hibernian lire company havo hud to contend
they have preserved their organisation ; but
like the inembori of nil our companies, durlnir
the Idle Hri-los time of tho summon became
(.oinulMjt Indqleiit; but now, in anticipation
lOffWuf t" do, they aro again closing thel
raiilfs, and j r poo to effect a complete re
orirauIaiUlon of the company. Tho prelluii
nai v stops in this direction were taken at
meoiiui; of thocompaiiy held last night. Al
dorinan Jtya't Is particularly active In thl
matter, and will no doubt soon succeed I
placing the Hibornlans in lino with tho best
company l"o oity.
All kinds of dry goods and ready-made
clothing at (i-jM H' i X Jlosenwator n
S kc. 2 The regular meeting of tho board of
directors shall le Iielil on tne ursi i uesuay
ii every mouth. . ,
Skc. :i. Special meetings oi mo society or
r.i ,ii ii ri'i-tors mav bo calieil nvine liresi-
v"".- . . .. 1 -i ..r
clout or uny three meiuoors oi iuu ooaru oi
directors.
iitTiof.v 4 MlHnvLLAXI.Oub.
Mif. i A iimlorltv of the members of the
society shall constitute a quorum for the trnns-
ctlon ot iiiisiness.
Sko. 2. Two-thirds ol tlio moinuers oi uio
mrd of directors shall constitute it quorum
for tho transaction cf business.
Kin 'i I'vi-LiitliiL' it tlio election oi oiucers,
tho president ohall not vote tmless there Is it
tie, Wliell no snail nave mu liiouii nn,
Kvm. .1. AVluiiiovor at any election thoro aro
iinv otQco than three, on
tin. M.oiiil linllnt the names of all shall be
.irmiiu.il iixeeiillnt! t no t ireo receivini! uio
lun.iwt number of votes, and on the third bal-
fy ' - a . .f il. .
lot thu iiamo ol tlio canuiuaio receiving too
Bi.nill.it number of votes shall bo dropped,
..ml tin. li.il ntliiL' iiroceuil lor t jo two receiv
ing tho highest number, and if thoy shall ro
ccive an equal number of votes they shall
lriiw lots to di'pldo who shall fill tho ollico.
Skc. 5. Tho I.v-mws ot this society may uo
altered or amended by tho board of directors,
their action to lo approvcu uy uio society at
a subsequent meeting.
TAXES FOH lhUi.
Tho tax book Is now in my hands and 1
shall immediately proceed to tho collection
of tho taxes charged therein. For that pur
pose 1 shall attend at my ollico lu tlio court
limno from ha t wist 1 o cloclc. p.m. until i
o'clock, p.m., each day. L. II. Mykks,
Shoritl'aii'l o.x-oll1eioi'llcctorAtoxati'Ior county
uwi'Miir
A special meeting of tho moinbors of tho
Cairo chamber of eonimorce will bo held at
thuoillce of(l. I). 'Williamson, ou AVcdncsday,
the 13th lust, nt thrco o'clock, p.m. Business
of speoiul iiiiportance will be brought before
the meeting and all members aro requested to
Do presont. uy onlor ot tlio president.
horn Mattjikws, See.
janiiut
For dry gooda, dres goods and fancy goods,
at low jirices, give Goldstlno & Itosonwatcr it
trial. These gentlemen mean what they say.
l- t
I.OCAIi IIIIKVITIKS.
Tlio board of health want' to establish,
temporarily, a smalbpox hospital somewhoro
in tlio suburbs of tho city. See advertisement.
Louis Houck, esq., formerly of this city, Is
practicing law In St. Louts.
Mason has become a commission merchant,
and Is located on Ohio loveo.
Louis Mathows' valuable price-current is
issued every Tuesday and Friday.
"Wo did not report the names of tho mem
ber of tho board of health correctly yester
day. It is constituted as follows: The may
or: John P. Gibson, ilrst ward; A. Susanka,
second ward; F. Vincent, third ward; and i
James Carroll, fourth ward. ?
A special meeting "f tho chamber of com.
mereo will bo held at the store of G. I). "Wii-I
ii . nAAvnnrtn nf Itrftr. r. 1iVl. I
IIIIII1SUII, IU-1IIUW" ...kv...v.. .-- i fcn
for the ptirposo of appointing delegates to uio r
Chattrtiiooga river Improvement convention. J
.Mr. .1. 11. llloomlleUl, tormeriy oi nun- i
loith, is wheat inspector at tho central olova-1
r In this city. .
The levee to-day presentHl a lively njijiear- fi
once, jjusmesi was orisK, ami overyoouy j
was In a good humor. I
Jiimes Smith and Ida Hell, colored, woro .
before Ilross to-day, charged with stealing u
watch and chain, valued at $25, from William
Smith. After hearing tho evldonco tho
'squire held the parties to ball In tho sum of
$500, each. In default or payment, tlioy woro
sent to jail.
Jeunlo Hose, tho negress who was sent to
tho penitentiary, from this county, for killing
her husband, has been pardoned, nnd is now
in Matoou.
Tho central elevator, of this city, Is now
ready to rccolvo all kinds of grain, In bulk
from cars, and to dolivor tho samo in bags or
bulk in barges or boats.
Senator Munn Is taking tho lead somewhat
in the Btate senate He was chairman of tho
committee that waited upon f ho governor and
lioutenant-governor, to inform tlioin of their
election.
Tho bill to abolish tho court of common
plena of this city, passed tho senate last Sat
urday, i
Not one of tho prominent radical politi-a
r.lw .!. 1.u.,.i l...in vtalKln immi mirhfl
cuius ui iiiu uifcjr imu it-n ..v'.. ... ,
streoU for it week past. Thoy aro all atfj
Springfield picking the stato gooso. (J
Thoro Is a movement on foot to consolidate
our two ferry companios.
Mr. J. 0. Lynch, county clerk, will, wo un
dcrstand, visit tho stato capital in a fow daysF
not to do any lobbying, but to bo n lookor-i
on in Viennu. '
1-1.I, nnrl ivlll ,.,,nnn niwl "M OTlllllV.
Thero is a great amount of business to bo
disposed of.
Mr. John P. Fagin, our obliging nnd pffl
cieiit city clerk, preside in his ollico liko it
born clerk, and boars with patlenco all tho
slings nnd arrows which city clerks of Cairo
must from tho council take. During tho
presidential canvass, so intorosted was ho in
tho causu of democracy, ho put Into his ofllco n
doputy, and devoted nil his tiino tolaborforhls
party. After tho election, somewhat discour
aged but still undismayed, ho returned to his
post, and bus been industriously engaged in en
deavoring, by a careful husbanding of his scrip
salary, to darn tho holes politics made in his
not very plethoric purso. Ho lias mado a
faithful and competent olllcer.
"Wo stated a few days ngo that tho tinnll
pox was In tho Mansion House, at tho corner
of Washington nvcnuo and Fourth street.
"Wo nro informed that tho discaso Is not in
that part of tlio houso which is used for tho
entertainment of boarders.
isuu 1 3 Am 9Hue&.
yjyX. EHLEHS, t;
FASHlOXAliLK
Boot zwolcI gHxoo,TWTjiik
Ticentidh aired, between Uutmifftonf
Poplar streets, M,
(Nearly opposite tho Court Hoime,)A
Keops a splendid Stock "of tlio bpsttimtcrlal, Md
Murkiiien, nnd eon till orders on short notice, j
.McryijOK .iiono.neiioy nu enenjny. im
(l. flt'Cl uc
HINDE'S. COLUMN.
rAinn rut
W II A K r III) A T.
CAllllllArll co.
VllAltf BOAT.
licltcii
dec'Jl'i
AUCTIONEERING. COMMISSIO
HOUSE.
105 Cominorclnl Avenue, r
CAIRO i ILLINOi
DAMllI, ir.lIlT.nAX,
The only Meciuril Anctlonrer In tho olty, lnys
sells on coiiiniissiuu nil kinds uf
UpTLXi-zxitvix-o ,
And makes prompt return on nil Mle.
ilceltrc8dtf
QHAS. T. H1NDE,
FOHWAIIDLNU AXH C0M3IISSI0N
CAIICO Tit ATVSF Jill COM1MXY
CAIRO ILLINOIS.
ThrouuH llllli of I.uUIiik Klvrn lo nil
AvnIUWc Pululi ! Hull or "VVnter.
i
Sf-Hl'i-.WAI. ATTKNTIOS TO KOltWAlUHNO.
OYSTERS.
S
HELL OYSTERS.
TLANTiO AND MISSISSU'I'I
COMPANY
JNTo.
LOUIS HKUHKltT,
OC3 Oliio Iiovoo,
Ileclves dully, 1'rrsli Miiliilo hhtllOystcri', nnd tvt tt Tjcr
n!n kceim on liinul n lino mpply of (Innir ji .ff
lmchf, iTiuriu uin'M'!!, .T'liiirri iD,
ileeSI'Rddtf
A1'
STEAJlSHir
COJirJlOMISirLINE STEAMEHS
-TO
onXiBA.KT8
.C.
TIIK STKAMKHH
"ALTHY'S
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33oltixuioro OyHtora
Uoot'IvciI Daily.
XV. It. AKTIIL'H
I.AUV JAY
HUTU
.f'AHTKlt. Mntr,
..HfttK. Xitor.
,.1'KUHAM. Mn'tr.
For fide l,y
ilei-smdlf
(S. I). tVIM.IAMON,
.o. 70 Ohio I.rvij
GROCERIES. COMMISSION.
TIIATTOK, HUDSON & OLA UK,
(Succc'corn lo CnmilnKlmm X Htrutton,)
WIIOLrSAtC ,
(irocoi'M nnd (.'omiulssloii Merchnnti
NO. S? Olilo I.evtr, Cnlro, III.
in.srMi.iir
PAifi.iS'iTs5ATiM;
IIIN.MAUC'K KVII li',4'r
M.7.IK Ull.l. " Master,
OI.IVK IIHASCII i!ruu, r
toini.nsInK nil th" fln. t nnd InrRrit bonts out of f-'
I.MIII1. ,, , ...
OnrofthonlrtTf. I n. ff itwuntrs iir
f.,r M'-Orleans i-rcry other Uiy, ro miwtins at .V w
Orlean w'th O0 nn l.ti"' f Plwtnrs to
MvrriHiol, New VnrU. llonloii, mill nlvr
' limv'rtini.
r,.,..iorM nnd Shipper, ran r.ly on .nn it f ln
Ih.I leiiTiiic t.'nlro imnetmlly n fij. wilipy
MrtioiiUrHtlJatiui. luVllWftrljtM-Wtwaiwni'''''
Olnoc. on Vhirflnt, I'nMta lndlll
I'll K. HlON. l'.rnsT nd Ttakct Annrit.
'oitK'V, at St. ,Chrl J ! , . -
LIQUORS, TOBACCO, ETC.
YTM. H. SUIIUTTKU,
InijHrter mid Wholesale Dealer in
WIXKS, T,lll?OItS, TO II AC I
-iiii-OZOARS.
llest Ilrnuds of ('ream nnd Stock
"a ,! KM I'll 16 A N D bT. IM U IS
..jiii" LINK UY
'Umz&S K A -l ,: K S'
The f.illoviTiiK ltnMS rnmpow" hl f.m Mid V iH
run in tho follow itigorurr
M. li. I'llllMVTII Zl l'l'h"v
m a it iii. i: f it v v v. v.
flTVOFAl.TOX
iiki.i.i: .M n.tll'IIIS.
C1T OK fAlltO
1-Mi.iptK'Kat""' ,- I"' " "lliw;M
fr.,,,. ,( i ,.y Tk IIM,K. r.rt A.
KI. K. fcl"WN, Tli'k't Md rsrngrr Ai5Ht.
IIIUMIO.N, r.
r m;, miiii t,
M.U.1N. Mtw.
Iniliort til Ale of DlfTri riil Klnil.
No. "f. Ohio Lkvkk,
ilwrr.i.iif
C'nlro, Illluo
GROCERIES, LIQUORS, ETC.
SMYTH & CO.,
wnoiii-:.sAi,i; (icoci:hs. t
M
KMI'IllS, WHITE 111 V Kit AM"
I.ITTI.K K' Iv K
l.MTl.ll MAIM.1K
.IOIIX II. DAVIS, Mip'l, Mimph . Tliti--c
jjw 1 ht i.pli nilnl j.iie-win ei
r9we I'.tSSK.M.'EH .STEAM KISS
MAYI'liOWHII. lllJl.'liiliii.iii "
I I.lllKltTV An.
!.' MMnpl... uny Tt lI'AV. Tllflt-l'W m. i
P. 1 1. Ill'. J, ni ii in., i'T ";,.T",,," , ,
lnnll it Ulull with Ihf M-lnihind Lull.-H;K Ul
nwl fur I.ittl' It- k l ' i 'rtnj. Time fwm
Slumphl" to I.tttto ll.wk. I lwmr.
KrAfit nwl I-..Bi:m rwlptd ovor tho slmtf'
.inn nt lwr rutv tun w;) k", rttt'.
t il T. lIlSllF.. Axi-ut. Unini. III.
Olllc. un S luuM-ii.
OHIO LKVKK,
CAIRO, ILLI.0,
SUUAIIS, COFFEES, TEAS, SVKUPS,
Mnlamr a, Tolincco, Clgnri,
Fish, Cnntllcs, lVoodeinvnro, WIIIoiv-AVai
I. LOUIS, CA1UO AND VICKSUUHO
PAOICET
Olios,
3Pnlx3.tssf
VA RXISIIKS, II RUSHES,
Wliulou-ftliiKM, . lMitly, Limp
Cement, Plaster-I'arii, Gunjwcdtr
llourbol
l
Olil Ityr, MonniiKalieln nini
WHISKIES.
Thu tplendld
I'ltSHUIIKr SltMIIIHTM
lll'HICOA ..HI.AKi:, Mat'r.
.U'MA. - I.OCKVOOH,Mnir,
I. UJIIAAHV .I.l'KKIt. MiuUr,
II. M.MHUKVK CAUTKIt. Mter.
I 'an Cairo Knln up trcAin every Kl'.NI'AV ur-l
H'KMiAV, nnd un donn trip rvery THUIWDAT ld
ht'MI.VV, iiiuklnKCIOKOcnnnM tlonwltli
Vlrkuliurff nail Mtrlillmi Itallroml,
Hrlmn nml .llrrlillnn ltnllroud
Jae knoll mul Urrnt AortfeHrrtt
llnllruml.
ThrmiKli rereii.ln uUen to uny nnd nil o.nl on the
A'cw Orlcnm,
taid rninlK. vtltti ruukdn fur Vuao Wver.
SiKHilnl iiiipntion tivca to ullwuy lUaimw ttiiu
Ciiro nnd Vlknl'iirc ...
('HAS. T. HINDI fieneral AsiMlt.
Ulheii on WliarMoiit.
I -glVANSVlLLK AND OAIKO
(ESl Conslitliif,' of tho followlnp;
y...giiil?.T--:',SilciiiHil I'usicngtT Stcmucm
, Also keeps constantly on hand a inobt oomplcto
stock of
lllli liiHl..itl,r.i.lii. CIIAS. T. HIXIH:. Ageiit..
THE PEOPLE'S COLUMN.
Wants, For Sale, For Rent, Lrl, Found, and
Personal, intilishcd in this column or cif
vif n line, for one insert' ,
llneX '
A H.MAI) A,
tl'CIIKT Mati r KIWI.I.K
i s Cairo Piuiiliiy nml Thuri-I.iy nt .iti.
UUICKHTICI',
....MmtorinitAMMKIt
ilro niod!iy mid Trlduy at 6 p.m.
cr.Miir.m.ANi),
.Clerk
..Clerk
Vsh Ma-ter 1 WIIK5HT
,i Wvdnewl.iy nnd Ifaturday nt fl p.m.
L, " liiHTinHlate l.-mdlnc, nud paying Br.
efr.- jiuiitii.il tn I'm ket rrrjalit.
w ClIAs. T. UIMli:. (ionnr-l Affi'iit,
Otlloe on Wlitufdioat.
FOR SALE.
'"rVoiisAi.K.
J; l'ula,'UU'oiinlle.'4,
10,000 ncifH of land in Ale.inuilernnil
Ipm. In trnfls In Milt iiiiri'lianrH. in
eliiillnKBonuiof iho llnost fanning and limbered land
ntiebate. Kor stnppiyio
John q, HAltMAN a- co.,
nntdlu'.wit No. 71 Dhlo l.inie.
N
ASHVILLE A'D CAIUO
WANTS.
WAATKU-COU-NTVOHi):il.S. Apjilyto
janM It J NOVV. TUo V1.1U C(),
WANTHlJ-AeonifortahUxlvveTlinK with fium 4
to8 rooms. Apply to JOHN 0, HAI MANA CO.,
ilee30,ltf 71 Ohio I.veo.
FOR RENT.
1"")llUKX7r SiiK'iideil olllt'oand hualncoa roomn,
' bncintiiti, Ac., In Clark's new hiuldiiig ou l.ovee,
above 12th street. AUoilwel!lii8)iiTimtliktreet. Ap
ply to V. E, AliHlUOUT, cor, Uthbt.und Wunli. A.
' jiui7dlt
PACKET OOMFAXM
frhT Compiled of tlio following
y NTH.UIUKS:
AASUVllilil'.,
feiMfl MiwU-r I HAlti'Kll
I.ente Cairo every fiumlny nt a p.m.
TAIiliiJIAN,
Kc. Cairo ever, Tuw-lujr nt 5 p.m.
TVHU.VK,
...,,ins Jtoter W1UVKK
'Leaves Cairo every ITWajroi o I'.in.
DB-Speclal attention tfUcn t way lHinlnw IhMoii
-alto ami Nw'iJiils. T. 1I1NDK. (Jenernl AkmiI.
...Cleik
,..UIeik
..ClotU
Calm
Jec21 'CSdtf
Ollico ou Wharfboat.

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