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Go to Goldstlne
& Ilo'enwofor for bargains
taxis wit isiw.
Tho tax book I now In my hands and
elinll imninil lately nroeccd to tho collection
oftlio taxes charged tlioroiti. For that pur
nosn T shall nttonil nl my office in tli.o court
houoYrom half past 1 o'clock, p.m. until
o'clock, p.m., each day. L. II. -Mykus;
8!ioriirr.rtil ox-oWcIo cfcllcctor Alexander county.
H1K KKY (10NK.
Mnvor Holden bointr suddenly culled to
Springllold thouglitlcstly carried off tint key
of tho Thirty-fourth street pump, 'Alio rivor
riainst nuito rnnidly, it booaiuo nocossury to
close tho sewer doors, and thoso could not bo
roadilv reached without the koy. Tho caso
becoming desporato dosporato moans woro ro
sorted to tho door wnj smashed In and tho
wickets clocd. Tho result is "all In quiet on
KI.KCTIOX OK ItATtK OPKIOKItS.
Tim Hilv Vntlminl Tlnnlr nlpntnl tlin follow
Ing named gentlemen as director: S. Slnats
Tailor, Geo. 1). "Williamson, Scott "While, AV
3'. Hnlliday. Stephen Ilird, A. 11. Sallbrd
and Kobcrt II. Cunningham.
At a meeting of the Hoard of Directors, AV,
1'. Halliday win elected president, A. 11. Saf-
ford appointed casUior, and i alter IIyaloj,
assistant cashier. A. II. Savwiil-,
janl2 lw Cashier
The St. Clmrliw, Tuosdny, .January 12.
II ( Hoolmel;, iHiQuoln, H Knight,
I Stlul.larl.rriil.nirn. IV J AInri.MII. Olltmllll.
A J Lyman. M LniiiR, Mrnnd tnrsOreen, Mt Vcr.,
.1 A limit, WiilfrNnlley, .1 IV Minn, ,
II A Ilollcmnv, SI Loilb, K Mww A wiff, Chicago,
J LHuie,HLoul, J A VWudnim, oily,
IV II Ulmnnmi, la'ninuin, n . iihijui, ,
Tim l.iiras Uluo, II l Klnibury, Ccntmlin,
aii x ICiim-liiiry, (Vnlralin, J W IVIthrim,
A Mlbdioll, " A.l DntlS, (Jliiraco,
J I) While
W II Hofli'klDft. t!iiiulnnitll.
ll V Fuller, Chicago,
J Punlwr, Adami J'.x Co,
tv II lirown,
Wm lvttnr, Union Oily,
MT LMivall, W.ilf Ulninl.
(' w sirw en, iMiii,
0 II HiU'll. Cincinnati,
J HIiiiaiis Trenton,
A J Miirtln,
Tlio recent removal of tho frame rookery
from the corner of 10th and Poplar relieves
that neighborhood of a most unseemly ''oye
6ore." Kouhler & Co., fourth ward butcher, can't
be beat. They orvod nut, yuslordny and to
day, choice cuU from u lj&UQ lb beef. They
bought tills mastodon back of Columbus, and,
under tho stn of animated bidding, paid
$10C 00 therefor. H
A temporary ehool home, for tho accom
modation of black pupils, occupies tho place
of that destroyed by 11 ro n few wcoks ago, on
"Walnut and 1Mb.
Tor tho y ur 1800 Uro? and Shnnncesy
paid into the city treasury $0,002 no, on nc
count of fines 'c?ed by them, oitd collected
from the oirendcrs in cash. This year their
court aro not even self-sustaining.
It Is charged that the occupant of tho city
market form "high-priced conspl ieios," and
thus keep provisions at ruinously high prices.
C'lmrmrlng their rte with those ruling about
the ''ty wo find no cnusu for so gravo a
Tim rovcreud I). L. Ilawkin, jmitor of the
M. U. church In this city, in tho year 18C0, is
on ft "mission of morcy" to Cain), i. ., circu
laliut; a ttitiou for the parduii of John C.
ileKc, who hu already served a term of eight
year in th penitentiary for tho killing of
Harvey Kudo. Moeoe is In tho last stages of
consumption, and will 1, soon ot free from
rll earthly prison wallt, with or without ox
An acqiiHintanoo of our is tho owner of a
music-loving cat. The sound of bis (Into In
variably bring pmsy to hit feet, .whero she
will tit, apparently absorbed, as long a ho
continues to play manifesting groat rmtless
iicss ovur oven his momentary rcts. "Wo aro
not over-certuin that this feline appreciation
of iur friend's mnl- U altogether compli
incntiiry. ,'J'abby, being an Ill-favored brute,
Is no doubt wntohiiig for tbo "other cat',' it
lioarf, with n view to n little "actlvo recrea
tion." The business houe, corner of Sixth nnd
Comiuorcial, whlcii, for several months has
been clocd, U now occupied by mossrs. Cun
dill'ai a commission house.
Our actlvo nnd i tllclcnt county clerk, Jacob
G. Lynch, esq., is circulating for signatures u
petition, praying the general assombly to, ap
propriate, for n period of ten years, tho stAto
taxo iiild by Alexander county, to tho pur
pose of caring for the groat number of tran
fiiont paupers foisted upon tho icoplo. Of
course everybody will sign tho potltiou j und,
of courso, tho just prayer thereof will pot bo
disregarded by a discriminating legislature.
Ono of in r. Vinston's little children was
quite M'riously burned, this morning, by the
fall of a rod-hot stove pipe. It fell upon the
li'Ho child's fae while yet in bed, and ro
miilnod thoro two or throe second boforo sue.
oor came. Mr, "W. was considerably scorched
hluuclf, and otherwise hurt, in his hurried at
tompts to rcllovo the little nullurer.
The second number of thu Southern Illinois
'Teacher' makes Its appcaranco to-morrow,
improved tomowhat lyphogntphiealiy and in
tho diameter of Its contents. fJt will prove
an oiljoicnt co-worker in the cnuso of popular
oduoution.in Egypt, nn should vcommnnd tho
cordial support of the Intelligent musses.
Single coptos may be obtained from tho
counter, of JV. 11. P,(H-kwoll & Co., or that of
II. A. llannon.
P'or dry g'ooda, dress goods and funoygoods
at low price,,glvo GoMstinn &,Uoseuwater n
trial. Theso gentlemen mean what they say,
0-31 " .V
Mr. Given Ilagevhas been placed in charge
of thu bo.)ks and accounts of tho 'Uullotin
a . n it iwiv uuiuoneu 10 receive anu
receipt fur all moneys duo tho ollice on any
Pawns, Davis fi Co. aro removing their
' immense stock of queenswuro and glasswaro
from tnuir leveo liomo to tho now rooms taken
by them in tho Tliprnton block, corner of
Oemmeraial Avenue and Tenth street. Un
dqrstmidiiig oxitutly how to mniiago such
things their regular business will not bo in
terrupted by this removal.
The llnost stock in gents' furnishing goods,
at 1 w Commcrtial avenue, -j y-at
BBAPIiKT ON TIIK "VlSkh 8IIAHH."
Cairo would bo at.u loss without her "char
acter." Jlcubon woro that designation long
and worthily, laying by only wboji,r,Loury
with.accumulated years, lie passed among llif
shadows. Shores had his day) and MrVLoo is
"prematurely superannuated" Tho flold,,
therefore, Is clear for Jacob Bradloy tborov
ereiid Jacob, who, as Itoubon did, "expunges
tho gos)olic sncramlnts to tho reprehension
of nil slnistors among men."
IJrother Jacob is a "ranter,'1 a regular hard
fisted, mnnilln-slnowod, "bible-banger." Uoing
such, his recent "excourso" on tho world's
destruction was quilo apiailing:
"Tho nhgel Jabcz," thundered Jacob,
worked up to a terrific pitch of arm-slinging
nnd noso-blowing, "will bo on risgtim and
survlow tho red-hot soothing ellcrininfs, and
he'll obsarvo to Nicodointis, 'Nick, retch irio
dat horn, fordo vocal blast must now' bo b"liz
zcn.' And, ah, don, my breddcrn and cistern,
slnisters und sinows, Jnboz will retch out his
hand nnd ho'll jerkin do norf pole, and ho'U
jerk in do east pole, and ho'll jork in do west
pole, and don he 11 jerk in do souf nolo, and
do grazing furnamcnt will den cum down
wid a splooching sqush dat will mako Impend
ing slnisters stand in dread abatement nnd
bust do world Into littlu participles. Surging
under dal timbling sheet of sizr.cn brass dar'l
bo whalon nnd snatchln out o teeth nnd u
mighty hankering nrtor water I Proparo,
prepare, yo sarpints, for dat judgmatic Jork-
Jacob was never m6ro oloquont.
tiij: sjiAMfox-riKiMrr actios dkjianiiki.
Tho small-jiox case In our city may yet bo
Isolated, if our city ilulhoritlcs will act with
that promptness tho emergency demands.
That it is spreading, it would be'tho height of
folly to deny; nnd that it may result in at
least temporary disaster to our business inter
ests, unless prevention Is olllciully Interposed,
is equally true. "Wo need, and must 'have, n
corporation pest house. Tho few bund nil
dollars exponlo Involvtd musl not delay such
provision a single day., Vhnt is $400, or even
$1,000, when compared with the gdnornl "wel
fare of tho city, or tlio lives of' n score or
mdr'o of our citizens' "Wkalls that paltry
sum compared with ovcnnsinglo lifo? Noth-
ng I Absolutely nothing 1
Tho sister report their llttlo hospital (tho
old ollico of Pox, Howard & Co.) full .to over
flowing. It' contains only two mm all rooms,
et contains eleven patients. o more can be
received, , ,
The condition is one, then, that demands
action not talk". Our ofllcial aro expected
to show themselves equal to tho emergency;
und ho who, tit such a time, will hcsltato ut
tho paltry expenditure that i demanded, will
o held to a strict account bv his constituents.
Tho muttering of the peoplo aro already
audible. Delay, or further olllcial indiffer
ence, will render them n vory whirlwind.
It would bo n who precaution on tlio part
of tho board of licnth to appoint somo actlvo
and efllclent assistant to take charge of such
case as mav be found running at large, nnd
to otherwise protect unsuspecting persons
from contact with tho disease. Tho appoint
ment need bo of 'a temporary kind only re-
okable, say, when n pest-house has been es
coji iinao: iunuATKi).
A New York acqunintnnco of Harry Vnn
olsor called upon him yesterday ovening,
and Ilnrrv, In consideration of "auld laug
yno" invited him to slmro his hospitalities
luring the night. About three oclock.thls
morning tho acquaintance was found how eat,
which would Imvo been n mutter of no con
sequence bad he not carried olf Harry's watch
and pooket look. bhoriiy alterwurus too un
grateful rosc"al,vu found ut nuacrs' Uttomjiting
to effect a trado of tho watcn for something
else. Harrv at onco"Juinpcd him," recovered
tho watch, and four or fivu of tho bovcntycn
or eighteen dollars that woro In tho pocket
Tho fellow Ik noV In the cnlabooso sobering
off. Ho wjll bo tried before Dross this evening.
TIIK t'AIUO A.VI) ifl.ANIlVIM.K 1IOAD.
Tho progress of this Important project has
been very gratifying indeed. 1( has been
pushed forward yrith vigor tput shows an
earliest purpose on tho part of the peoplo con
cni ucd to put U right through. It will bo
finished this week to. t)m top of Logans hill,
which Is a point only four miles distant from
tho Kentucky shore. All tho heavy grading
has thus been done, und consequently tho bulk
oftlio oxponso Incurred.
It will bo surveyed by one or moro of tlio
Cairo directors to-day. To-morrow, there
fore, wo may bo able to add something of fur
The health commltteo havo instructed olli-
tcr Hunsaker to vacate, or procur6 soniohow,
11 house for the use of small pox patients. .Mr.
Hunsuker is now looking about, with a yiow
of carrying out thoso Instructions whon and
where ho may do so legally nnd satisfactorily.
This arrangement U intended to bo only
temporary, but it is, nevertheless, a move in
the right direction. It is scarcely too late
yet to Insolnto tho loathsoino disease, if vigor
ous ollort is put forth.
If tho city will, as it should, buy a suitably
located pest house, wo shall scarcely know, In
tho future, whon tho small-pox docs reach
A MMtlTKD l'ltOMOTIOX. ,
"Wo notice with pleasure that tho City Niv
tionnl Hank lias appointed Hh oilloieiit book
koepor, AVultor Hyslop, usslstaut cashier.
Mr. Hyslop has been with tho bunk since its
organization, and nJ "gentleman In this com
munlty Is moro desorvedly popular. Ho has
been a resident of our city for tho past ten
years, and his urbanity and unyielding Integ
rity have won for him a host of frlonds.
Tho nolico courts wear their usual air of
dullness. Nothing transpired this morning
and only a single caso was promised for tho
Thoro will not, probabl)-, bo tho usual strife
for tho city attorneyship at tho onsulng elec
tion, as tho promibod salary will not justify u
vory largo amount of treating friends, etc.
Indeed Duller, who has boon there, would
advise any friend who fools aspirations in that
direction to check thorn, and sccuro instead a
season's contract of wood chopping.
UrUUIAII TO. I01IACCO DKAXKUS. ...
Tho followlngspeclnl order concerning tlio
repacking affd-TOmiecTtion-of certain kinds
of tobacco will bo jntorcsting and pleasant
reading Id 'dur dctub'rs, In tVio wcsl :
Treasury Dtimrttiifnt, OflleonC Intcnnil Itovomic,
"' MilnKtoii,'l)ct-ltiU-r28, 1S08.
Section 78 of tho net of July .10, 1808, as
amoildcd by the act of December 22, 1808,"
provides that after tlio fifteenth day of Feb
ruary, 1800, no smoking or lino cut chewing
. . '....IV. I. -II l" ,1 1 A."
louacco or sunn buuii uu som or unuiuu iur
salo unless put up in.packiigcs and stnmped
as rcvpiiriid bj- said net. It U rdliresented
that, notwithstanding tho extension of time,
iiirtny'dcnlers will bo put to greut inconvenl
enco and expense unless they can bo permit
ted to repack stocks on hand now in bulk
packages into tho packages as now required
by law, under tho supervision of tho proper
oillcors of internal 'revenue.
In order to furnish tho relief desired It is
directed that the repacking nnd reinspectlon
of such stocks may bo mado under the follow
ing regulations, viz:
Any dealer in manufactured tobacco who
has mado n true and correct inventory and
return of tho same to tlio assessor of tho dis
trict as rcfiuired bv section 78. may aniily to
such assessor, and on submitting to him satls-
lactory prool that tho tobacco, wnicii ino
dealer Uesiros to ropacK anu havo retnspccteu
was properly rclnspccted under tho former
law, anil was Inoluded in his inventory mado
pursuant to section 78 orthc act oi .nuy 20,
1808, said assessor may direct an inspector of
tobacco for tho district to suncrvlso the re
packing. Tho tobneco having been put up in
tho packages required, may be packed in cases
or enclosures of such sizo as tho dealer may
It will bo tho duty of tho inspector to per
sonally supervise tlio packing in thoso cases
or enclosures, and wjou the work is done ho
will trunscribo upon cacn caso or enclosurq
tho inspection marks and brands upon tho
nrlfflnnl tinnlrnrmti nnil nlon tnnrlf n fnllnwV
viz: "Kopncked under my supervision," to -
juiuur .wuii me iiiuu, 1110 siniu uiiu uiririti,
and hli own iiiimo nnd ofllcial title; nnd ho
will Immediately niuko a detailed report to
tho assesor showing tho number of packages
branded, tho kind nnd quantity in each, and
tho name of the person or firm" for whom tho
reinspectlon wns mado, with tho number of
.original packages, and tho original inspection
marks or brands upon ouch package. Tho
inspector's fee will bo tho samons heretofore
established in cacli district, to bo paid by tho
denier for whom the work Is doiio.
Thocloso reader of humnu nature would bo
highly entertained by an hour's visit at tho
ollico of any of our lending physicians. Th0
diversity of character to bo seen thero ntnont:
tho applicants for vncclnationi and tho de- I
grces ol ienr controlling them form nn en.
gaging study. Question any of them and you
will ascertain that the disease docs not exist
In their Immediate neighborhood, but is fair
ly raging somewhere else. A comparison of
notes thus obtained will Induce the belief that
It Is rrr.v bad nowhere. Some will beur their
arms courageously, and think themselves
cheated if a regular pocket is not cut in it nnd
a stub as largo as n water inserted, wuilo otli
era win squeni ai uio very sign? 01 1110 iau-ftxi
cet. A remarkable nature has this buinaiiityl
All kinds of dry goods und rcndy-madcl
clothing ut Goldstlno A: Koscnwatcr's.
I'oi t .Ulat for Hit' Ttveiity-fiiiir Hour Bint
llig nl Two o'clock, P. M.
r,iii. AinliT-on (.'0I11111.; Mllbrcy, I'jidiinili;
oitvo ur.meii.M. i.ouis ijuicksicp, Jivnnsiuir:
Colnmlilnn, . 0 ; .Noriiun, " .
irnml k. " lluntaV 0. l;n 0U011 n:
(inn. AndiTMm, C0I11111.; Mlllin-y, l'sulurnii;
OtitukMi'ii, ntnnxvlllc; olive Drnuvli, N. 0.;
Nonnuii. JU'inpliin; e, "
iiuihmiu-, ni, j.ouid, .lafKii.
Uilinnbiun, " uran-i iakv, I'limmirK.
The weather continues clear and is much
more mild. Tlio strong north wind has ceased,
and u gentle southwest brccu hits, taken its
place. U he cold spell still coniinues farther
iini tli. Snow full f.ir ulr linnr nt T.nnltvllln i
last Monday morning. Tio Tivcr is rising
slowly ut St. Louis, nnd n light rise is coming
down tho Missouri. Tho Illinois was opon to
Peoria for n fow days but hasclosod again.
Tho Ohio is falling slowly ut Louisville,
with eight over tho falls, but rising steadily
at Pittsburg, with fourteen foot water in tho
channel. A heavy snow storm fell thoro on
Monday, which turned to rain, nnd consider
able wuter Is expected porhups enough to bo
ailed a flood, unless tho woather turns very
A tremendous rain has fallon on tho other
side of tho Alleghnnles, carrying ofT tho ac
cumulation of snows vory rapidly, and caus
ing groat destruction of property on tho Hud.
sou rivor. Tho breaking up of tho ice above
Albany, New York, was attendod with fear
ful loss to warehouses and water craft.
Hero tho rivor has risen two inches, from
tho riso in the Mississippi, and will probably
riso for a day or two moro. Tho riso from
the Ohio has about passed. The present hoiulM
rise nt Pittsburg will not roach hero for nboutj;
a week, at which time It is hoped tho river,
will havo fallon considerably nt this point
ltusiucss nt this port continues fair, nndj
there is still nn excess of freight, Tho Dc.
did not leave for New Orleans until thlt'j
morning, and hor receipts at this port foot u
over 700 tons, tho principal itoms of whicl
are &,C30 Lbls flour, 1,100 ska oats. She ha
also u barge ready at New' Madrid, with
IIIJIUWIIJ IVJl bltUlVU lUUUBtlllU DliUM UI liUll'd
timl wliloh Is ronnrfn1 in Tin fnllv lrtitnn wil'i
Tho Olivo Dranch cleared this mornin
after receiving hero nearly 1,700 bbls flour
1,242 sks corn and 100 tons' assorted frelgh
for southern ports.
Tho Julia added largely horo of freight for
Vleksbnrg and way points.
Tho Norman lay hero nil night, receiving
freight for Memphis and way points.
Tho Huntsvillo received fully 100 tons as
sorted freight for St. Louis.
Tho Columbian discharged several lots of
freight at this port.
Tho Cumborlaiiil, captain Deu. Howard,
clerks Ilruco Hunter and Marlon AVright, is
tho regular mall passengor paokot for Uvans
villo and way points this oyonlng. As sho
is owned at this city, our citizens should
patrouizo hor, nnd as bIio is nn excellent steam
er and wall olllccrod, tho public should do so
Tho famous thrco-wheolod Mountaineer,
with father Mnlln in command, Is tho regular
mail packet for Memphis and the Donds this
OVnnimr . H1'" I"1" snlnndld nennnimndntlnn
BOOTS AND HOI
AdlOOt AXLCl SllOO D
Twentieth street, between Was
Poplar streets, ',
(NcArlV nnnn'alln ll.u 1'y.nrl I
Mir.k,",0,n' n,.", l'"" onlirs on Klior
liclttid "S " nVlUy "n'J rl"'"l'l''
AUCTION AND OOJt!
105 C'omniorclnl Avcnnci
Tlio only Licensed Auctioneer in tlio
sells on conitiiluMon nil kinds of
.l'w'"l"iilir'r0,,irt clur,1', on M g'lf
flK, X ,
3Xc. OQ Oliio Lo
tliein, In .cycry M) le, nt nil Iionr, Unynnl.AMV UAY 1" " ;VnMer! -
On 1 II" P? ,ln.n'1 " ne supply of n HUTU - ,'w1,MMt,MV,'
J,'.fa',rle Ch,ckM- ",irrrl" -' JJi ':-:rUV.iiife,ter
' - i.iieziK oii,I...- -.O'NF.IU Miiter,
Mat.tiivu coarMoxivEAi.'i'is Mlsits v;'tL" v
Aiiijii a oiiivK HitAxcii ".'N'i-.J ":rt ..
CO.Tl.KSTAl.. .AlUKIUNOUlllI Miufr
33es.lti33a.oi-o Oys1cll,l,nSlllltl tioCTtjniid lr-t IwaU out of Sl.
Tor sain liy
O. I. WILLIAMS
gTHATTON, HUDSON & OU
(S?ncccors to C'unnlngluini A htr.i
Grocers nnd C'oiiiiiiIs.sIoii Mci
JV,0!07 Olilolrvr, Cairo,)
LIQUORS. TOBACCO, E
Importer und U'holetalc Deal
1VIXES, IiKJI nts, TO
IJcst Jlrnnds of Cream and s
Iniiorlcil Aim of DinVrriu Kh
fo. 7B Ohio Lrvrr . '.,!. ,
iivhTi ; ' ,
GROCERIES, LIQUORS, E
SMYTH U CO.,
or xalo on
070 LEVEE, . - CAIHO, I,
K N TS SUGAKS, COFFKES, TEAS, SV
Molmti, Tobacco, Cl((ara'
Fish, Candies, lVootlemrare, WH!
I-wvilaa, Oilsss, X.ia
VAIINISIIES, Jilt UStiES,-
lVJntlon-CiliiKN, PuUy, I,.
Cement, Plaiter-Pari; Gunpwd,
Old llye, MoiionKAhtU nnd n
M.cl SI la.,
stK!k0ofCP, constAnl,y bond a moJl
All grain received by nn will Im
InHpctiicil and traded
lly on lnrctor appointed liy tho 1, (?. II. It. Co. For
tlin prem-nt Benson, .Mr. J. Jl. ltloomllflil, uho ban
mded in tlio famo capacity lIuriiiK tliopnst mimmer nt
Danlelth with so much nalUfacliou tuull lurlicn, will
bo tlio Inspector.
All Krnin w ill beat tlio owner' rink of damage from
fire and hcntlng.
11ATKS OP STOHAOU,
needling and dellverlm? to KirKCs. Kraln In eood or
der. Incluillnif utorairo not to hxi timI fflil.w. hm
penis per uiihiici.
Storn for each additional nvo day, or part Ihcn of,
olio-half tent nor bimlicl
KuflelliagiinddollvcrliiKlo Imukos, "niinoiind" firain
Inoli'iling ntomxonoteaceciling five days, two cents
per bushel. '
Storage for every additional five days, or part thereof,
JlajminK and tylnv lu, one-half cent tier bulicl.
IlWKing uml tewing Iuihh, ono cent iht bushel.
it c ww w iu coiiuuu oursoivt"
h (triotly lo Ihostor-
11. IIIK'l?lV:ir HI
ao 01 grain, j
Cairo. III.. Jan. 1, 18C0.
A U. IIUCKI.VtiJlAM.
WANTUU-A comfortable dwelling with from 4
to 8 rooms. Apply to JOHN Q. IIAItMAN 4 CO..
CAIRO TBASSrSB CO.
QIIAS. T. HINDIS.
FOItWAKDLNG AXI COMMISSION
CAIKO TllAXSl'JCIt COMPANY
Available l'olnt by Hull or Water.
OTTSPECIAIj ATTKNTION 'It) fOUWAUDINOi
TDANTIO AND MISSISSII'l'I
COMl'KOMISi: LISi: STE.VMEBS
O H. Xj 3u J
l&Sr TIIK STKAMKI'.S
Ono ofllin aUr lino of m-nmcri
v. rtrlAnna Mirv nlliKr ilav. coimwtllltf at
1 1 t .ltl. IW,n T'(t.n .if Mtimlra 111
ivi n" 1.'
- , , Ynrl. II. ..inn. unit OuIvr
i...n...,ra nn.l li.twri. rnn tcir on ono 01 ihv-
1 . . . .1
iu.ni lintiiii' Cmnt iiimi'limlly
i.i-r....' I I---' - . ,t.. II ,
imrtii'lilnr lUlciition lonll Ma-frj
I. Mil. Ir,.n. I'llH.T.
1U lrntiui: imim iinni'iiuiiiy im ni
'U1 V (;.llJttl AlO!lll, UllfO
omo, on Wlirflal, I'uMIe Ijmdlux
i:i. K. HI.SJ.N'. I'lkMMiKpr and Tkkrt Ai;ent.
Ollic, nt SU l.luirleH HittW.
Eil I'll IS ANU M LOUIS
ijuSfi S T K A 3J K IC S.
The f llowniK lli.aUmpi)M) linn l.iuo nnd ill t
.tiAUiil.K rrrv ".'NiM1ilV,,4" .
tilTV OK A I. Til .. 'l"AV. '
i u: 1. 1. 1 : ?i 1: .mi ' 1 1 1 s nt a '-. .V
CITY OK CAIKO MAI.I. MttSlW.
I'fMinpt ttir.t.on wll V" lu,l idlbB'incM In
rreliilit nd Ticki t ottj. u 111 1 .unpAuy wUirMu.S, n
fronl uf Cily Nstlotiftl IWihk. "
' C1IAH. T. HINDI:, OliMDl ApJOt.
KD. V. Sl-O.V, Ttrhrt and r.-nsr ABl.
(rtllt''! I'l ino c mn ui nn--
ATKMl'IIIS, M-IHTK HIVKU AND
1V.L LITTJjK ItUCK
IMTKD bTATW ilh LINK,
JOHN H. OAVIN, Mip"!, M.mphu.Tmn.f.
Tho Hi....idid ,ide-wheel
31 AVI' lil) V Kit. f'07I.lIi;ilCIAI
MHI'.KTY A. !i,
I,mt. Metuiiltn erry Tl U-IiAV, T1IUI1.-DAY an l
hATl'KDAV, at &). 111 . f r Wl.ni It " r. i.uwllni; '
Iluiall a nam witn tin- jltwwiK un.i i.uiu iu'k iuiu
rowl fur I.ltit Uo k on I Hot rlu. Tiinu Iron
MnrnpliN 1.1 1.Ulle II01K, liuut..
Kri-iKliii" Jid l'.i-iiK?r rvpleV or the nwu
1 i.iu nt I..Ur tla tlilUl MR ItlllMT iMlita.
tllAS. T. HINDU. Annul, ir, 111.
0:!k on Wlurf.txt.
T. I.OUlrJ, CAIKO AND MCK.SnUr.f.
juiiiA . i.m:k vo hi, m m-r
t.Vl 1 X A It V .M'K Kit. Maitor.
II. .M.hllUK VK.... UAUTEIC Maiti r.
I'ani Cairo icoidk iiiidriam ftcry HIF.VDAT wU
Tl'K-DAl-, and 1.11 down trip evrry TIIUltoDA.r nfl l
f-l'NDAV, inakini; clono ronniftton with
VIckiburK "d ?IcrlUluu Itnllrontl,
Sri inn nnil Irrhlluu Ilallrond
Tirw Orlraim, Jark.nn nnil Orritt ortrnrrn
Tlirounh receipt ciinn to my and nil poinU on tb
said roadu, with i'ucKi'tn for Ybioh Ilivrr.
Hpcqlul attention mien to alluiiy bujinii btuvten
Cairo nnl Vlckntutrff.
CIIAS. T. I1INOK, fieneral Aftcnt.
OtllfO on Vliuf.U.
JIVANSVlLLi: AND CAIRO
fjr. Consisting of tho following
MJrL..1 lt.l 11 t.. Me. .
ssssj.-jpu-iiiuu i iiNtciigor nicnuir':
PUSOl'CIIKT Mitcrl-OWl.r.lt Cl-rc
Leaves Cairo riunduy uud Thurilay at ! p.m.
IinXTr.lt flatter I filtAMMIMt aru
l.eavcs Cairo TyedXy undFrlday at 0 p.m.
HOWAllI) Master WHIOIIT Clerk
Leaves Cairo W'udiiOMlay and featurday nt S p.m.
Mnk Inn all intermediate landlne, uud laying uu
tleular attention tn I'ackut KndiiliU.
CIIAa. T. HINDI:, (lencral Agont.
Ollico 011 WKirMnat.
tVSIIVILLE AND CAIKO
''f&tZZ. Comjiosed of tho following
SIMS ,Mutcr I HAHl'KK Wrk
Leaves Cairo cicry Sunday at 0 I'.m.
M'ltOMl Master F.OA.N
Leaves Cairo every Tuesday at 0 p.m,
HARMON Ma.stcr WE.VVKU
Leaves Cairo every I riday at 6 p.m.
UtTfipoelal attention given to way buslnow botf cu
Cairo uud Nashville.
CH.S. T. HINDK, Ooncral Afioal. h
dec2l 'C8dtf Otllco oa Wlwrfjoat.