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For tlio most olegnnt, fiwhlonablo and sea-
Eonablo dross .goods, embracing the latest
' to Gofdstiho andKoscn water's, tf.
Tuoj-galns given by Goldit.Koy
irnier, in caiico, inuimiisy unojau jtijpjuiaru
clcs in tlio dry goods lino, is attracting tho
attention of nil prudonl Imyor. tf
L. K. Green & Co. have removed their stock
from this place to St. TJbuis, Mo. Any claims ,
ngiun&t them to this date" 6n1y 'must be.apnt to
tncirolllco, Wo. 17 NkJlain stroot, SL Iiouls,
ilo., for settlement. L. E. Urn-UN & Co.
Jan. 15, 18C9-3t
I'lLrXHOX OK IIANK OFMCEIW;
'Alio City National JJank eiecteu mo iohow-i
intrnntnodirontlomcn asdircctorsiuS. Staats
Tirylor, Geo. D'. 'VVil'iiami'on.'ycott White, AW
V. Halliday, Stephen Uird,- A. 11. Saflbrd,
nnd.Uobort H. Cunningham i . - . a
At n meeting of tho Rpard. of Director?, "V
1. llaliiday was elected president, A. 15. Saf-
ford npjwinted cashier, nnd "Walter Hyslop,
lusi.'lant cashier. A. 11. Saitohd,
jfinl2 lw , ii, Canhicr.
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Elliott' & Unylliorn co'ntinuo to. lend tho
von of boot and shoo dealers. Tho largo au
dition to their stook of boots and shoe?, em
bracing n splendid variety of ladies' .ilioos, is
worthy of tiffftlnl attention. 'I Merc I? no
want ln,the;boot iuid-h'vo lino that they can
not MiffiHvliilnl in the nfaUor of prices they
defy suecessfiil oinnpotltlon.' People as nat
urally go to their storo for lyipts. and slme as
tm-v go to bed to court "natures lialnijf re
storer." . . . . .' O.jaiilCdSt
i proiracwi meeting Iiai Ueen in proereM
in tlm Mcthodint Jvjiisuopal church in this citv
during tho past two or threo weeks. Quite a
lnrgo number have been added to tho church
Profusor .McCluro will rettirn to-tho city
on N ediipsdny next, with a view of obtaining
another clag in writing and arithmetic. Ho
will bring with him tho flue gold pen, awarded
uy nun a a prisu to luastor .loimny .Meliin
nl, for superior penmanship. As tlm clas
contending for thu prize was it largo one, and
many of them well skilled, master MoGinni
may tell felicitate himself on tho fcoro of his
6 1.. ..Utii.
E-liiiroSbitnno'iy, who has passed through
n trountlet of iHe and mifloring that would
hu-' w.ru out a half doson ortlin'ary constl
t lin ns, is rapidly n rafnrng hi wpiited vivne
it. nry and (1 humor. " '
Y uag men olld hern by busliies or In-c'in-ilii
n, sptrit-'I by hundrcls of rnile from
c i -y and Konr ondiMriid t thorn through
a i-j'ry of thir llrst loots or fortieth
t-.Viss. prufHJM tho organization of a
L:r Man's SixHaiy. Object, mutual, aid
1 :h jnrar U4S Cuiro Contained 13S'lnhah
j::'. OC tsau S'rniVr w Iiav.- remaining
; m- P. Qarevh, U. Shannr, Wm.
.Tl B.SL Har.vl!, P...H. Dalrd'Hlraui
ii tmtfm VCtiuom, Join a Kennedy, .lolin
Ki. Ki iirf h, 11. II. Caud)!, Old
Lj M. B. liars!, and Ti-umas Hill
il of them, with a singlv oxeep-
Ttt Xnpr,l calic, m t tlm St. Charlw,
in. Ttj& atfh, pruml to bei reunion
w:r "wt will h nnmnflni-d," where iitl'tu-U-...
a ms4 rMraiat will Ihi put a.lde, and uv
f r; :. rt be made clad Vv L'e'nulno ejilovment.
.i itir mn.. i.' the vouiil lieliui. such
eager liKjulriiM to -'how are you going to
make your drs," and such iiiileei-lon as to
'diow I shall mitko miiiu," wc have rarely ob
served on any account.
A subsorllmr living in Hnllno county write
to us as follows : "Have you u blacksmith,
carriage and wagon making establishment, In
Cairo V If uiit, wmild that branch of indus
try pay among yti if cenduetbd by skillful
niiKcbanitM? AVo aro looking to Cairo, now
iU" Jk r Jfe V. j;. H. U a Hied fact, a u
iot ? 'tf ofArfnr ur wgon, plows and
scor-v rwiui-l i.ule)iimit; und 1 havo
:ii 'JKrpC'M-g fri'-id who will embark fn
Sius uiawawii a Cum. t once, if the Held Is
ly JL It B tin contains no adver-l.f-rts
s trm h wliich of all others
1. . t V rt jr lineiitly advertised, , I take
h ' if sbkH th-1 if you h.-tve anymochanies
f ..' !.mmI 1st iibHn, they mut bo doing
hut.: ft ob rt.-y isnall fcale, and don't caro
ab ut any tradu from tho country."
Who observvd the 8th of January, and
wleru AVo huve looked for evidence of an
cM-faditonod observance of that distinguished
day, tsmevfrcre, but have looked in vain.
Surely wo Imvo fallen into degenerating wayn.
OlEccrAA'jn. Callihan ha served the city,
on tho night police, threo years. During that
long period ho has not enjoyed tho luxury of
n fiinglo full night's rent In bed.
Col. Ileardon'n name is very prominently
connected villi n andldacy for thu mayoralty,
nt tho coining olccti.in.
A negro boy, about fourteen, attomptod tho
felonious appropriation of throo shirts that
wero drying in a neighbor's yard, last'Hitur.
day, and failed, for the reason that thd owner
of thu shirts appeared upon tho seono with the
eemi-eirelo of it hoop which ho plied upon the
bock of tho urchin until ho bawled for mercy,
"Ago beforo beauty." A frlond of ours
who is sparking a laughing-eyed, cliorry-llped
llttlo beauty, insists strongly upon tho nppli
cation of tliis adage to tho old-folks in tho
Tnatter of going to bed.
If tho Individual who hat worn our gray
shawl for lo I thou many day, will now re
turn it, he may wear our over-coat for on
equal length of tlmo, whenovr ho has an op
portunlty to ncmilro it in tho sumo way he
did tlio shawl. Thero is no forgivenoss, ter-
rcstrial or celestial, for tho man that steals
from air editor In earnest. i
The individual who barked his shin sovorely ;
by slipping through a hole in tho sidewalk
yesterday, protested most vehemently that he
would silo he city for $ 3,000 duinagos, If ho ,
wasn't afraid it wo.i M pny him in scrip. He
didn't iuel'dupoiutl to mlnco hfuiiolf with any
fluch "slilnllaatoi's." ' ,
If tho unwlso leghlatlon of tho.lllinols hcii- i
nto regulating tho jmiieugor faro of railroads
ii killed in the houte, tho Cairo and St.'Lolils
railroad project will bo pWaa on a most
hopoful footing. Tho company havo secured,
1 or will socuro, 'sUon' jniendmehU W'UiuIr
chnrtor as will, guaranty tho. construction of
bn rlirtrVAl ftliflnliK) fitf Prttlif n'1 'ftiui lftltllr rnn
briilg that end abouU
It. II. Cunningham, tho oldest dealer in
dry goods In tho. city, has a tremqndpus
stock of winter goods on hand, embracing
everything that is desirablo In.tho' way of In-
. . I . . . . .
dies dress goous, picco goous, domestics, .onu
o very thingcU'o ordfnarily kept in n first class
.yarioty store, yiWio. should not, mention this
fact, norliapdld vjp noj. dcslro.,to do tho
public a serv'co by adding that ills prices nro
to very Ibw that monoy may bi saved by
patronizing him. Tho hundreds Qf customers
it..i n 1 i-'J- -i- .:ln
mm. iiirung ins siijro iroin morning mini
night aru influenced ,by tho. inducements ho
oilers, nnd.inqko. nioneyby it.
Aidirty, ragged bodttok, two dilapidated
liiiikiiinUnmailielinlni! n nktllnt : n croelt linlf
hill bfcorn meal j n W containing a shank
of'bftcolt'i if bliiidlo bf vorv fllthv' bed cloth-
ing; six sallow-faced, iiot-bellied children,
aged respective! v, 11, 0, 8, C, .'J. and 2 years,
tlicir nakedness scarcely concealed by tho
manj'-bolored rnM that hunt; nboul tlicir
bodies j n longunk-jawed, tobiifco-chuwing,
fliock-headed man, wearing a tattered blue
bjankcl overcoat, and liborally patched, but
ternut breechej n poor, slckjy, cracked-
voiced, snuir-chewinglittlo woman, enveloped
in a homc-inadu lin.oy drcsa nntl flimsy calico
sun-bonnet nil ' these flllcd a rickety old
wagon, drawn by ivo frame) of horses, that
might havo been seen camping, yestordoy,oii
tliq ii)per,outskirtsof the citv. Tho children
and mothor were all sick witli the "fovcrn-
ager," and were greatly alarmed at tho prob
abilities of catching tho small pox. Tho fa-
,ther wa "enjoying, mighty poor-health," but
hoped to bo able to "h'rtlfl np" 'Until ho reached
Scott county, 'Missouri, for which point, with
only threo dollars in his pocket, ho was tim
ing. AVlmtsnchn wretched family wanted'
to reach Sedtt county for, what they wanted
to go or stay any place for, appeared a mys.
tory for which we had nosolutipn. To shako
('pieces, Uiitarvu, tontln thlirflltb, seetned
tlicir inevitable destiny, and why run about to
faeo il? Silch n family might as well bo ono
place as another.
Kd. Terrell brotlght to our market, tho
other day, from his farm in Jlallard county,
thirty h6gi that avuraged 301 pounds each.
Phil. Howard became tlio purchaser.'
jh mo iivcitoek', nogsurcsscu or uruiresicil,
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ought'tb Cairn llnd rcadv market nt tho
highest rates ruling.
It is a notable fact that fortv-nino out of
every tlfty of, thy violators of our criminal
code, aro fotind dustituto of money to pay tho
lino imposed mum them as a penalty for
their m iidoads Tim i-imult is, man v. of the
minor oU'encos are overlooked, the polico cor
rectly tlotortiilnfiig that It Is better so than to
run the city to the cxpenso of feeding a Jail
full of inoiieyle petty otlendow.
Tho 'Public School Tablet,' whoso monthly
appearance Is warmly greeted by a't leat tlvo
j hundred youngturi,, will bo puhlifhed to-day.
The influence it exerts in the government of
! the choo'l,' in 'securing punctuality Irt attend
I mie.. and in stimulating cti'ort in composition,
I etc, reudur itilinoit iiidisponsablo. Largu
s-hools that havo never employed such an
injeiici, sliould try It. It U cheap and uD'iO
. shock i.yu.y .suimikp. ,.
Thu 'Charleston' Courier,' of Friday, says
that Johny Oa'tllii' (whoso parents rcsldoin.
C.iiro) met vlth an accident tlio Tuesday
evening previous mat will probably cost Jinn
hls'llfe. Ho had occasion to visit tho smoko
hoiioi of tlm Whltcoinb hotel, wheroln a
largo tub of boiling hot soap had been placed
to cool olli .It buing dark, young Gatlln
stumbled and full baukwurd Into thu scalding
liquid, fairly cOollng his body and legs, from
his waist to his knees. The burned parts in
stantly swelled to alarming proportion,
camirig tlm sfuferor tho most intenso ogOny.
It is feared t)iat,ho will die,
Till'. llllMOCK.VTIC CITV CKSTUiL CtlMMlTTHK.
The following named gentlemen wero
eloeted last February, to servo ui tho demo
cratic central committee, during the ensuing
ynr, or until their successors nroelectod and
First AVard Louis Houek (rouiovod to
Second AVard J. Ilalnbridiro Tavlor.
Third AVard John II. Oberly.
Fourth AVurd Jamo Carroll.
City at Large Jno. Q. Hnrnian.
- i em i
Niitwltlistanding tho exceeding tightness of
tho times we hear ofiales of lots null lands In
tho city "and nolghb(vlng country ; and tho
inquiry for teiiament housos is increasing
rapidly. Kent In thu city at this timo rulu
at a healthy compensation rate such as thu
tenant may pay without feeling oppressed and
such as thu landlord may esteem a fair return
upon his investment. Upon tho whole, af
fairs are looking up, inspiring a better feel
ing in all departments of our businesH.
I)gs I They yelp, snap, snarl and bark at
you on thu right, the left and front j through
fences, from tho tops of sheds, from door-ways
and from uudur wagons. They scorn to bo
sent upon us as an infliction, instead of locusts
or frogs. Kvery street, tho faco of ovory
block, is cursed by curs of ovory degree, by
shrill-voiced publics and "flstos," by blear
eyed bull purps, spaniels and slinks. On
Twentieth street thero Is a saucy terrier that
nips our "calf," with unfailing certainty, ov
ory tlmo wo pass tho street j yet tho owner
soolhirigly nsVurc.) us that tho playful creaturo
was "never loiown t'oblto a kitten." Possibly
not, but that ho has a tooth for animals of
larger growth wo carry tho proof upon our
person. Hut a truco with details. AVo call
for a "swoop" upon dogs big, little, black,
spotted, cross and amiable dogs of ovory kind
that coutributo to thu horrid vocalization of
our sleeping hours. Drain 'em; cut, slash,
shoot, slayl Go in; sparo not, as long as n
a moon-braying yolpor, or calf-nipping barker
can bo found for sloughtor. "Dead men tell
no tale." Dead dogs never tako tho hydro
phobia. Drain, then, cut, shoot and destroy.
V Pat Collins picked up an odious caso of
small pox In tho streets yostorduj, and
housed it with negro Davis, near tho Missis
sippi lovou. It was that of u big negro, al
mojt naked, who claimed that ho was a deck
" il... u '
(ueroro 'auirqcnJUUaMT. .
Michael Dorsov and James LUKcr cot an'
to a "continental bender," and whtlo In a
atato of ecstatic oxubcranco wo.ro gobbled by a
consoMatorfto, jipacg and brought beforo
his ycnorablo prcienco, Old Dick,
A flno of
ono dollar was charged- up against each, and
remains unbalanced. Doth of them .aro hard
w6rkfnV nonvwlio'rafoly transgress thdMaw1,
and this consideration saved thorn a visit to
hotel do Stranhal.
ffWo' bolbred incnf William J)rown !smd
Lowls Lukon took a twist at fifneuffr, and
was called upon to answer. A flno of 11 v
dollars was . assessed, auainit cacht Having
no pistarcons about tlicir clothes, they aro
nnw "dead hoods" nt tho municipal restau
Henry Hill, colorbd, was charged with tho
gravo oflonso of keeping a gaming house.
whoroln hU guests put down
i moro "ducats'
lM7 l00K up.' 'The-cm
stantiatcd, Henry was called upon to accom
modato tho city with n loan of ton dollar
Thonccommbdalioni' whs extended.
AX OSTItACISKD 1'KOI'I.t:.
At tliOjlast domocratio primary .election n
number of rcpblfcaris "olrtatld6utcra,'
olfered their votes, and wero greatly cxasper
ated because tho judges refused to rcceivo
them. Thcyprntcd lugubriously About lolnc
"disfranchised," ''denied tho freeman's right
of suflrago, and so-forth. Tlio samo outrago
upon their rights h aguin contemplated by
tho democracy, and what do they proposo to
do about it? It looks very llko a hardship
that radicals should not be lierniltted to select
candidates for democrats to voto fori Very.
J lie primary election was, and will be. pecu
llarly a doinocratic plan of nomination, and
rnuicai lnicneronco win not uo allowed, oven
to provont tho choico" of candidates that will
not command their suffrages. Wo propose,
without radical help, to nominato candidates
simon-puro democrats ; and wo further pro.
poso to elect theso candidates in spito of radi
AVo nro profoundly grateful to deacon Hop
kins und the editor of tlio 'Times' for tho as.
suranco thoy havo g'lvtn us that there are
"nojcldcrs" in;tho colored Uaptist church,
presided over by rev. nir. Shores. Tho gen
eral signification of the name, in church dis
cipune, is "onico." ii, men, thero aro no
oiilcers in brotlicr Shoro's church, it is not to
1. i .ii . .
be much, wondered at that such shining lights
therein m Andy A illlatns should steal "ho.
tiii: ji'Nerio.v iuu. ito.ii) him, imsskh.
It affords us much satisfaction toannounco
that tho Junction ltailroad bill has passed tho
Kentucky legislature. This provides for tho
construction of a lino of railway from Cairo
to intersect tho IMohllo it Ohio railroad nt
such joint as tlio company controlling tho
matter may deem most eligible. Tlio pasago
of this bill is a matter ujion which our citizens
may felicitate thcinselvus, as an almost abso
lute certainty oxlts that capital can readily
bo commanded to put tho project through.
This done tho Junction road become at onco
n part of tho main line, in ctl'ect.
Tho ltov. C. H. Footo will lecturo under tho
nu.-jilcci of tho academy 'cTacloncc, to-morrow
evening, if a suitable building can bo secured.
A protracted rovival of religion in tho city,
prevents tho use of cither of the convenient
Tlio St. Charles, Sunday, January 17.
C Trnmruii, CJiUmwoj
I 4 IV... 1 1 V
i .1 iii'ii mil. .
W J Morn!). CVniralln;
w ii Liirtiimnn:
J M I.ntipioruugli, Ht I.oum
J 11 lUilgifl. .Nt-w Crloan:
II KIcrnlnujTroy, N T;
A II I'rooo. (.'hrletoii;
J llnanll, Mi'inplut,
0 J Wilson, Central lu;
II A TotcuPi
Oeo tf Mnec, Cintralia;
J Kola, Cincinnati;
J A Jitckitoii, HtlAiilln.
C A I)U()celJJlislnilJl;
H (1 Hay;
A Vt'iirin, HI t.oui;
J 0 Nixon, city;
J A Kliinuy, Arkuiuu;
U W KviiavlyrTrxMl
J I.ouk, (,'inc'iaanti;
J U'McKliuey, Illinois;
Portl.Ut for the Forty-eight Hours End
Iiik it Two o'clock, P. 91.
A II HI V ALU.
Anderson Colmn.; Mllhrrr. TIurati;
I. aiy (iiiy, Ht. I.ouln;
II. . S. Turner, St. I.out.;
Alien Doan, Cincinnati;
K lliour. "
Wilis. Iluy, Ark. Klter;
Longworlli, New Orlrant;
Kwalluw, , "
(.'otnol. (iraiiil Towir;
Mouiitaiiierr, Memphis; ArKonaut, I.oulivif
(ion. Aiulfwon. Colnm :
Alice Doaa, tiuw Orleani;
Wlllrt. lluy,Sl. I,oul;
Mollis Ilamtleton, Mem.;
II. H.Turner' "
Thu weather Is again almost clear, and qulto
cool. A very heavy frost covered tho ground
like snow this morning. Tho mercury indi
cated 34 degrees at day-light, but had risen
to 40 at noon. Thu cold weather has extend
ed to St. Louis, and may possibly make ico
in tho river, but wo du not look for a sufficient
quantity to seriously intorforo with nay ga
tion. AVo havo no later news from Tittsburg
than to Saturday lust, at which timo tho
weather was mild and tho snow rapidly dis
appearing beforo a light rain.
Tho MUisjippl is falling steadily at St.
Tlio Ohio is rising ut Louisville and Cin
cinnati, with eleven feet wator over tho falls.
It Is stationary at Pittsburg with nlno fuot
water In tlio channel, but another riso was
looked for Immediately from tho melting of
Hero tho river Is rising rapidly from tho
Ohio and Cumberland rivers. Tho total riso
sincolust report amount's to about sixteen
Inches, and wo may look for at least sevon
Dusinoss has improved considerably, and
tho accumulation of freight at our wharf has
been almost entirely shipped. Tho Atlantic
and barges recoived nearly 3,000 bbls. flour
and consldoroblo other freight. Tho ltuth
added 5U0 tons, lu which was 1,300 bbls. flour
and a largo quantity of potatoes, meal and
wagons. Tho Jlollio Hnmblcton recoived
100 mules and 150 tons flour and sundries.
Tlio Lady flay received 150 tons assorted
freight. Various boats hayo taken away nil
tho Ohio river and St. Louis freights on hand,
and tho Mississippi, which leaves for Now
Orhani In tho. morning, will clear out all tho
southern freicfat on hand. As tlm boats
which havo beenlald up lotely on account of
ico and want oi-bwiinoss nro now nil running
. .4 4
again, it is not pjrouauio moro win hereafter
be any accumulation of freight nt our city,
and shippers caUBreforo rely on their freight
going forward .rjunctuolly ana quickly who.n
snipped via uniro.
Tho Mississippi brought 02 hhds. sugar for
1 t . "Vl t j r. 1 f '
rMinpiuciH nuivrau.i.o jmcago.
Tho Cumbolclahd and Armodn'-brought
about 150 tons produco and sund,ric) for re
shipment southT""s s
Tho TalismalvbroughtJJJO.OOO feel ccdor
lumber, 45 pkgs.ccdar w&ro and leather for
St. Louis, 150 plcgCmcrchaotliso for'Mcmpliis
and 148 bbls floury 1 hhd tobacco and lot of
sundries for Ncw"Orlcans.
Tho splendid flrst class steamer Mississippi,
capt. Nat. Grccnwill loavtfrbr New Orleans
and way points to-inorrowyTucsday morning,
on arrivnl of the- rain. Sho has nil tho nc
commodatlons of.t!)o best hotels, ana" Is o Ul
cered by veteran ,stcamlb'at men! As sho
will not bo dccplylndcn iwsongora may de
pend on a quick." trip.
Steamboat own era at Cincinnati flro pro
testing '.against tlio paymcht of wharfngo at
that port onacc,ptnt of tlicT flltliy cojidltion of
tlio lovce, which mnkes it uoxt to impossible
for them to receive- or discharge freight with
out damago frojii mud. Every boat, in soft
weatlier, Is compelled to pfty from $10 to 15
dally! fn tho purclmso of straw and hay to
spread about their gangways to preserve their
frelghTln good condition.
A writer in tho Cincinnati Commercial ad
vocates tho enlargement of cylindors of en
gines on steamboats to nearly or quito double
tho proportion between thu boilers und tlio
cyllndcjs now in use, ns n p'reventivo.to boiler
explosions, and cites the caso of tho i Henry
Clay to provo that it boat can bo mado to run
faster with tho samo amount of boiler. Tlio
Clay carried onh-'SO lbs. pressure of steam,
and tho Baltic, with tho samo boiler but small
er cylinder, carried 100 lbs., yet tho Clay
mado much better time. As an old ongincer,
wo cordially endorse all ho says in regard to
tho matter, in it is well known to engineers
that the long continued high pressure on boil
ers weakens them much nioru rapidly than a
lower pressure would do. Dollcrs which have
been taken out of steamers on account of, their
old ngo and unsafe condition, havo frequently
been bought and put up in mill on shore
whero n very low pressure onlv was rewired,
nnd havo thero been used for ten pr fifteen
years with perfect safety. The wrHer snys ho
does not know why tho practice has hot lcen
carried out. AVo can tell him. It is Ueauso
the larger cylinder cnuses small liirnts to
draw moro wnter, and safety was sacrificed to
lightness of draught, which is so essential on
our rivers This objection, however, is not a
very serious one to largo steamors which run
generally when thero Is jilonty of wator, for
tlio extra weight would not make them draw
but two or three iuchos moro than at present.
On small boats tho Increase In draught of
water would bu tnUuh greater, and therefore
Ult NKW OULKANS.
iVMilTTsr-'II'f,I. Capt. .Nat (irron. trill Intra
fur tlm uTwr .tin) nil InUrmcliato point Tucf-W
tor Uulxht or laniUtf-i) nnnly on Imurd, iif to
II. IfKNDUICK A .. Aifent.
THE l'EOPLE'S COLUMN.
WanU, For Salt. Fpr Rtnt, Ictt, Found, and
i-ertonai, published in thu column fur tight
cents a line, or one. insertion.
'fiK A CO.
T r junwttl JMI. W.
iimlv ()rJri. nt fit rf
mi uif uiiiiikT, loran kiiiiis or i.iiiniirr nnl
W. W. TIIOKNTON.
rAxcu-,'lro taty Berlp. ut MjcriiUun
r r uoiisr, lur mi xiaus oi i.uinucr
lilt IlKMT An olllco unJ liawmentat Ho Ohio
l.orfe. APtiiy lu WII.'iO. A hO.M
I.MUI HALK OKUK.Vi'.-Uiniilill with (vtenty
J,' horm power cnnlnf. I.lno Sliuninij. Clrrutsr How,
nil other inocliinery, nil in Kood onlrr. Alo, Slurt
Iioine, 'JOIiyiOfeet.wlthslzriiuiiiii over Ure. AIo,
lUellliiKof Oroomi. All for mlecolloctlulv' or p
rately; non.rrslilriico of ownr tlio ri iwon. Hltiinle-l
corner Commercial urcnue niel 'Jith treet. Apply to
jnllilSt Jill I.N tf. TIIOVKU It CO.
TJWll HA1.K Four rn witli ytnna calve. Ap
J? ply to J. II. (JrecnlU ld, or ot Ur. Flefd'n otuco.
DIl. II. WAUIIKKK-Ileiilileiieff, Sn. ft WaU
nutmrect. near Kluhili uln tt. Oltae, oterl'ott
Dttlce. Oftico liourii, 10 t 12 u.m. onl J to 3 p.m., !
well Kupplleil with freuli, lieulthy Tuocln matter.
statu of illinois,
In the Circuit Court of Aletander county, IllinoU
April Term, IHtxi.
William II. Hchutter vs. Mlcliul HewetV In Attach
nirnt. Drmitnil 16. (1,
Nolico U henliy jrlrfn to you, tlm ,M Mlchsfl
llcwett, that a writ or sttnelunent ha Itven uml out of
thu "fflen of tlm clerk of thu circuit court of U coun
ty of Alciamler, at the suit of the siltl William flehut.
ter, nnit tmalntt th nUte of you, the raid Michael
Unwell, for sis hundred and lift -Ave and CMOO do.
Ian, directed to thn nl'erirl of said eniinty to execute,
which aaid writ im been returned by huuI Khentfen
ilorsed, "No property found of defendant'; served ou
Jarub I.ehninft osKarnitheot defendant not found."
Now unless you, tho mid Michael llewett, nhall tr
sorutlly ba and appear liefore ths eirouit court of isld
oounty on th Arst day of the next term thereof, to he,
holden ln the city of Cairo, In said county, on the Aral
Monday in the month of April nett.giva special bail
and plead to said uetlnn, judunmnt will be entered
aKint you in favor of the Mid plaintiff and the prop,
erty attached sold to satlafy the wtmn with costs.
, , JOHN Q.HAItMAN, Clerk.
Culro. llllnoln, January 13, 18i.
Ii 1'. Butler. Plaintiff's Attorney. JanUdDw
STATE OF ILLINOIS, 1 ,
Alexander Couuty, '
In tho Circuit Court of Aloiander county, Illinois,
April Term, 1M9.
William II. 1'urcell nnd Oilbcrt II. Ureely, nurtners etc.
doing businens under the II rm name
Ore ely." ra. uavld A. llunton-
In Attachment, lie-
initnd 1113 00.
Notice la hereby pivca to you, tlio said Ihivid A. Hun
ton, thatawrUofaitaehnicnt hus been biicd out of thu
oltice of tho clerk of the circuit court of aitld Alexander
county, nt tho suit of the said I'urcell A (Irccly, and
agiiluntthoeatuleof you, tho nulil I)u-ldA. liunton,fur
ono hundred and thirteen dollars, directed to the
sheritf of naid county to execute, which said writ has
been returned by said sheriff executed.
how uniuss you.iiioiniu uaviu a. iiunton, aimii per-
county on tlio first day of tho next term thereof, to bo
hidden In tlio city of Cairo, In naid county, oiilliollrxt
Monday In the month of April next, give. Hjiccial bail
nnd plvail to said action, judgment will la entered
ukuiiixi "n in luror oi ino mtiu piuiniiu nun uio prop
erty BtUched sold to saUafy tho miino witheonta.
, .. ! JN Q- HAHMAN, Clerk.
Cairo. Illinois, January 13, iscu. '
Allen, Webb A Ilutlcr, riaintLTa Attoraeys,
'' csmo taiirirxi co.
.. ... , J.i !
, t'iSi t.4 a.
CAIHO Tlt.lNSI i;it COMPANY
TIVIAM Vu!AT OJVAO
TltraiiK't UHI t I.mlttifr! Kv,b to all
Avniiaiiie i-niiiis nyiuiuor tvsitri
9TJPKCIAIi ATTENTION TO KOIlWAWJINOi
TLANTIO AND 31 13SISSI PIT ,
AND I I '
NEW O H. Xj 13 J. 3XT S
AV. It. AltTIIUIl...
HI'TII 1AM. Mauler.
i'Auu.m: :,uii()i.i.....viiu j;, .mr.i.t.
IIIMMAltt'K i:NTIIIKi:N, MliHter
l.l..IU Ull.t. O.NKII.. Miu.ter.
t'OJIMO.VAVKAI.TII CO.M.Y, Mater,
OMVi: IIKA('II .JtJNBS Mler,
C'UVTI.i:.TAIi (iltl.'K.SUl (ill Maal r
Comprising all the fiuet und lurgett Uiatnonlof n!
One of the above lino of iteamcrs will leave (!iini
for New Orlennn ctcry other day. conneotinit at New
Orleutu with Ocenn Line of fetiatnert lo
I.lvrrpool, A'ttr York. Hunt on, niiil ili e-
ioii, M ini,
I'iuen2er! nnd f-hlpneM ean rely on one 'if the.o
boats lnvliiK tMint piinettixlty n nlw Willpv
tmrtienlar attention to nil wy frelahtiU'low Meinplthi
loNewOrltung. I'll A-. T IIINIif",
iienerui Aitrni, i.niro.
Ill(t.. .... IL'l. . . n. l..IJti. t .....Ih,.
. mi"-t-, .ill IIMI I l-'H., i in.n IMUUIU.
Kit. K.SI.-.'-ON. I'ltxeniierandTleltet Anent.
Ottice, at RI. Uiutlea Ilotul.
KMI'HIS AND T. LOUIS
I.I N V. OK
s t i: .i m i: it s.
Tlio follow ni; I' i iiiiKiio this Line and will 1
run In the follow n.i; ur b r .
M. K. KOHSVTII 7,i:i(iI.i:R, Maslvr,
.tlAIllll.i: CITV I oNW.W. ManUr.
(.'IT V UK .Mi'l'O.V...., TIMMIXJN, MlWtc,
iiki.i.i: m i:.iiiiis cKANK, MMterj
CITY OI' CAIUO MAI.IN, Mtut.
Prompt Attention wdt U' i tu nil lutn m
Irtl'ted to the t are of lhee l.l
Kioif'ht nnd Ticket titllre incoiu'imy whMf4Mt, in
front of City National I lank.
' fllA. T IIINIiI", nenensl .jit
I.'D. I". HIfO.V, Tteket ood lfagtr .m.
ATKMIMII.S. WHITE KIVKlt
X.l LITTLE ICOCK
l NITKU STATIC MAIL LINK.
JOIIX II. UAV1N, hllji't, Memphis, TelifK-.
. Tlio splendid sido-wliecl
IiSmm rAssK.V4.'i.K steamers
3IAYF1,0VKH. C(.t.Mi:ilCIAt. aud
LllJi:UTV No. ii,
Leave Memphi. every TV IV DAT, Tlll'IfDAY sad
HATUItlMT, at & li.m., for t liilx Hirer, enmiKilinoi
Iliir.tll'a I II u II with the Meiimh a uii I Lutle IUa.k lUi,.
road for Little itx-U anil Hot .SprinK. Time (umu
Memphis to Little Ilnck, IS hour.
Kreluhta and Paan'nKen rwelpleil over the allots
I.lno at lower rntea than any Mher rAHte.
CllAS. T. IIINKK. Asent, (.Vtir. 111.
ottice on Wherf.Uai.
gT. LOUIS, CAIRO AND VICKSHUKS
IIUHICO.m....m... W.AKK, MajU r,
I. UMI.-VAUY I.rKKIL Maiter.
II. ai.NllltKVK ..CAHTKIt, MaiUr.
Paa Cairo Ki"5 tipairenni every SUN PAY ami
TUKnUAY. and on down trip every TIIUIMPATstW
hUNPAY, makinK clone connection with
Vlckatiurif nntl .llcrlUlau ltailroad,
Rilmi mill .llrrlillan ltailroad
IVetr Orlenna. Jnckimi nml (Jrrat Xorttskrn
Throliijli receipta elven to any nnd nil poInU onnn
said roiwift, with Va"kU for Yazoo Ittver.
Hprcial attention Kivea to all way UiJinea lierwveu
Cairo and Vickshiirit.
CIIA3. T. HINDI-:, Oneral AKnt.
Olllce on Wharf-boat.
jgVANSVILLE AND CAIHO
ConsIitiiiK of tlio following
plcudlU rus.scntfcr Steocissc
PUBOL'CHET Matter FOWLKIL .. .Xtork
Leaves Cairo huaday and Thuraday at S p.m.
DKXTF.lt .........Mu.tcr (iltAMMEll-.. irk
Leaves Cairo Tuesday and Friday at 1 p.m,
HOWAIIP Maater WIUOIIT JCJork
Leaves Cairo Wednesday nnd Saturday at & p.m.
Making all intermediate landings, and paying psr
tlculsr attention to Packet Freight.
CIIAB. T. IIINPK, tleneral Agent,
Ollieu on Wharf'tu4t.
jq-ASUVILLE AND CMHO
t.---f?55uK Composed of tlio following
BIM3 ..Muster 1 1IA1IPKU Clerk
Leaves Cairo every huaday at A p.m.
STItONO Master KOAN Clsrlt
Leaves Cairo every Tuesday at 6 p.m.
HAIIMON Master WE.WKK M Clerk
Leaves Cairo every Frlduy at 0 p.m.
snrSpcclid attention fiiven to way busincas bctwtsa
Cairo and Nashvillo.
CHA3. T. 1IINDK. Ocneral Agent.
tlecZl 'CSJtf otliuo ou Whaxfboat.