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.Stornhoinier A Mark, dotermined to con
tinue business in Cniro, will rc-open in n few
days nt No. 84 Ohio loveo, near tho corner of
Kielith street in tho building latoly occupied
bv J. Jooph. They will offer for salo.the
coods saved from tho recent flro at Very low
prices ; and hope to seo at their noyr plnco of
business their old friends and customer.
Kor tho most olcgnnt, faahionnblo"nd sor
fonnulo dress goods, embracing tho latest
styles, co to Ooldstlne and Rosenwnter's, tf.
Tho bargains given by Goldstino ts Boson'
water in calicos, muslins, and all staple arti
cles in tho dry goods line, is attracting, JJjot
nttont on 6f all prudent buyers. tr
L. K. Green A Co. have removed their stock
from this placo to St. Louis, Mo. Any claims
ugainst them to this dato only muni bo aent to
thcirolllce, No. 17 Main street, St. Louis,
Mo., for settlement. L. E. Okken & Co.
Jan. 15, 1809-3t
EMOTION OK HANK OFFICERS.
Tho City National Hank elected tho follow
ing named gentlemen as directors: S. Ktnuts
Tavlor, Geo. D."Williiiiiiso:i, Scott White, "W.
P. Halliday, Stephen Bird, A. 11. Snflbrd,
and Robert II. Cunningham.
At a mooting of the Hoard of Director, "
I'. Halliday was elected president, A. B. Snf-
ford appointed cashier, and "Walter Hyslop,
.fissNtntit cusliior. A. U. Safkokd,
janl2 Iw Qtshier.
Elliott it Haythorn continue to lead tho
van of boot and shoe dealer?. I ho largo ad
dltion to their stock of boots and shoe, cm
bracing it splendid variety. of Indies' shoes, is
worthy of special attention. There u no
want in tho boot and shoo lino that they can
not supply, and in thu mattor of prices they
tlefv successful competition. Peoplo as nnt
urally go to their store for IkwU and shoe as
thev go to bed to court "nature's balmy re
F. Bros was nppointcd a member of the
democratic city central committee to fill tho
vacancy occasioned by tho removal of Mr.
Luis Houcl., from the city.
Iloraco Hannon has our thanks for news
paper and other favors. A lively trado it
rewarding bis eflbrts to keep what tho trade
Hodge Miller Marts for eastern m.vkots
this evening, with a view of replenishing his
large clothing emporium, at the reduced pri
ces now prevailing there.
Thu excitement on tho score of the coming
municipal election is taking shape. Candi
date fur tho various ollicos havo commenced
prcsxing their claims', and assuming n candi
It it somewhat iiktoniriiing that candidates
ior our Municipal office, who arc slncorely
anxious to triumph, aro neglecting so long
tho advantage of being early in tho field. "Vo
mean by this that it is high time for every
body to announce hlmoelf in the columns of
Thw 'Ilulletiii' wnutx one huudrrd more
city subscriber, and there are fully tlmt
nuij.U-r of our citizen who want the Bulle
tin.' If, while the carrier it on hit rounds,
these honored citizens will hand him their
nitnu-s both want, will be speedilv satisfied.
The names of M lie "V. Parker, X. A. De-
vort, C. I). Arter, .lame Gordon, Granville
Galliu, II. AVhitcaiiip, and F. AVhitcamp, aro
t iitil.iM I" a jilact on our list uf twinty-yeiir
reiidents of Cairo. Tin' following l a Hit of
the females residents of Cairo in thu year
161; Mrs. It. Shnt.neMy, mr, II. S. liar
rell, rr.rs. A. 11. i-Vrd, tiirs. B. H. Baird,
mri. .lolin Hogau, mr. I'at. Smith, mr. .las.
Suim rwcll. mrs. litis. Althoue, mrs. Martin
I. u(.')ue!, nirt. John llhmilton, miuesKllen
and Ma(JSji,,SI'aJ1u'y- ',,r. Chester, mrs.
Gatlin, mr. ('. 1). Arter, mri. .Miles I'arker,
mr. dr. Burke, mrs. Mr.zio l'oulkc, iiin,
I'erk, mr. lilaukt nthlp, mrn. M. lfoi, mrs.
II. Whiti-amp h total of nineteen men and
"Vo uro .-r,4Iy In want of a public ball
ne capable of Nveommodatliig from 800 to
Quit.) a large number of additions liavo
been mado to tho M. K. church during tho
progress of lio pruont revival, among other
mr. MilevAV. I'arker and mr. Lewis Barber.
Tho county court, on the probato side,
judge A. C. !!odgc preildlng, commenced its
rcgnlur monthly se-ilon yesterday p.m. It
will continue in te-siuii during the lmluneo of
the week. At its close It is probable that a
special term of the court for miscellaneous
hufciiiu will bo convened.
o understand that tho tcarlot fever Is
prevailing in the country in thu neighbor
hood of Doavcr Bidge, and that novoral deuths
occurred during tb week "part, n flll)(j
character ha& oecatiuiied terions pirpln.-n
slon among the reiidents.
Mules from tho prairies, brought hlthor
over the lllinou Central rnilrond, are being
shipped south in considerable numbers. A
shipment left hereon Saturday, leaving aeon
siderahlo consignment in tho railroad
elock pens to go forward.
It is not over- timating tho number to say
tlmt as many as two thousand plows have
patted Cairo for southern market i during tho
past ten days, beveral hundred in the rail
road depot and ivlwrfboat wero awaiting ship
ment yesterday. Upon the very threshold of
the southern market, with thu beU timber in
the world growing at our door, why are not
these agricultural Implements manufactured
in Cairo Tho merp item of freight In ou
favor would provo an enriching profit.
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wcui'ai j- tovaior was in mil tmu o
operation yesterday, A single hoisting belt
disposes of a ear load of grain in less than flvo
Loonoy, a half-emod croaturo, kindly con
lined in tho culaboose, gVo tho neichborinir
re.ldents, last night, a .peclmen of yelling
-mai wouiu nuvo peen mm envy of tho strong
est lunged Apacho that evor 6ealpcd a palo
eacc, or snot u buuuio, lie wn hlmost super
Their Capacity, Their Work
Tho day Is not far distant when tho superi
or advantages Cairo proaonU for tho provoca
tion of boat-bujldlng, will lend to the estab
lishment of that intorost hero, on a scalo that
wjH bo pre-eminently distinguishing,
A'n "entcrinir wodirn" has- 1hW in'soi
An "cnterini: wodfr" has" 'been inserted by
tho Cn ro Drv DopV nnmnnnv. who. ilurlm?
tho past threo or four years, havo been cuijry-
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pairing steamboats to hn cxtont of which our
reader have no adoquato idea
Tills company is provided with first class
docks, embracing four sections, presenting an
oxtrcmo length of 25 feet and a width, in tho
' V i J i M A . tit
Clear or so leet. upon tno wan oi ciincr
side is a ebmpletc'tlilrtyMiorsb power engine
that drives J8 pumps of 10 Inches diameter
oach, making in all 30 pumps. With these,
and other nnnlint.ee. tho comnanv is enabled
tho marvelous short space of two hours. Onco.
out of tho water, tho employment of tho force
of fort v or fifty mechanics, always at tho com-
panv's'comirtand. makes a. thoroucli corkinc
involve onlv four or five dnvs time: and tho
displncemctit of tho cntjro bottom by a now
ono not moro than a week or ten days
Tho entire history of tho company's opera
tions U ono of success. They havo repaired
all sixes nnd kinds of steamers, according to
the various requirements of tho owner., mid
in no instanco has dissatisfaction arisen on
tho score of price, tlmo Involved, vharacter of
work or otherwise. On tho' contrary, tho
leading river men of tho western and southern
waters cheerfully testify to tho skill, prompt
ncss and honesty of tho company's work.
In connection with tho docks is ono of tho
best saw mills in the northwest, being ono of
tho very few mills that can cut timber of any
desired length. Tho company is thus con-
stantly supplied with nn nnplo stock of nil
kind of plank and timber that enter Into tho
construction of steamboats; tho mill cutting,
timber o mpply exlruordinnrv demands,
within n few hours nftcjr tho receipt of the
r rem win snowing it appears tutu wo nave
iu Cairo, a dry dock that answers tho variod
demands growing out of tho commorco of tho
Ohio and Mississippi rivers nnd their tribu
taries ; that we havo tho material at hand and
tho mechanics at command to vigorously and
satisfactorily prosecute the work of caulking
and repairs, and tho facilities, generally, that
will guaranty honestjob, expedition and low
Tho past year, although embracing seasons
of great prostration in business, and great
financial embarrassment, was by no means an
idle year with tho Cairo Dry Dock fJo. Its
business caused tho distribution, among our
mechanic and merchants, of m6ro than thlr-
ty thousand dollars, derived chiefly from tho
ddekago and ropalr-of tho following tteam
boats and; barge, which were received and
disposed of iu tho order in which they aro
named: The Kmplrc; .lennio Smith; Tennes
see three time; Chihuahua; Mary McDonald;
barges Jjclucia, Kawcutt No. 42, Fawcctt No.
27, i'awcett No. 1C, Fawrett No. 25; steamer
G. 1). Palmer, Argonaut, Cumberland, Louisi
ana, Liberty No. 2, Grampus, Commerce,
Molllo Hamilton, Gen. Anderson, Submarine
No 14, and tho I. N. Kellogg tho latter now
Tho uffair of tho company and tho diroct
tiporlntotinnco of the work, are charged to
that ttctitp and obliging gcntlcmnn and skill
ful boat-builder, mr. George W. Strcetor. Ho
has a reputation in his line, that peculiarly
fits him for hi preent position nnd tho up
building of tho business with which he is con
nected. Hit experience run through many
year of active service; and thoio details with
which he has not familiarized himself aro
scarcely worth knowing. Time and again
ttcamboatmen, after closing their transaction
with him, have testified to bis skill a a su
perintendent and bis probity and uprightness
iib a man, uy the publication or card in tho
public print. "Ho ia the rigbt man in tho
right plnco. j" nnJ the excellent nnd capacious
dry docks be controls are, whllo at tho junc
tion of tbei-o. groat rivers, not lust fortunately'
i Ik-fur K'iinr Ilrns, V, M )
.1. A. Kingsloy, a one-armed man, Imbibed
too copiously oi me uriiuni, tmu uccamo o uiw
roarious, that an officer of tho law felt con
strained to take him into custody. His crip
pled condition, alleged poverty, nnd largo
family, plead so forcibly for him that thetym
patio-tic city attorney ordered him to go ac
Jamc Moore, thereunto moved by anirro
prestlble aggravation, smacked a good-sized
youth named damns Sampson with a smack
too earnufct to be regarded nt funning. Sump
son complained, and Moore paid flvo dollars
and cost for hi ollending.
A wo left tho court room, Thomas King-
gold and t arolino eton, both of sablo hue,
were brought in on a charge of stealing tlx
getwo, the property of John Itoach. Tho ac
cused protested their innocence, that, seolng
tho geese n'ltray, they "took thorn in out of tho
cold;" that they don't need foathors nor gooso
grease, and that thoy aro far from being "fa
vorites'1 of gooso meat. Butler, who is emi
nently "sound on tho goose," 1 retained by
Caroline, and proposes, when' the trial comes
up, to-mako the "foathors fly" from Lor accu
sers in t) two hours' speech of great powor
aud loftiness. Apprehending rich develop,
mcnt wo shall bo thero to see on account of
FBEE LKCTL'UK AT THE ATHiHKl'M THLS BTEIIINU
The first of a series of loctures under tho
auspices of tho Cairo academy of science yilW
bo delivered by ihe roverend C'll, Popte, in
the Atbeneum this ovonlng, commencing at
half past 7 o'clock. Tho building will bo
comfortably warmed and well lighted. Ad
Wo hopo this purposo of tho acadomy of
solonco to entertain and Instruct tho pooplo
will bo duly appreciated, and that tint appro,
elation will be manifested by r full houso this
Wo shall nolleo ut length, to-morrow, the
patent Bourbon distillery juat completed in
this city, by mojsrs. W. M. Willlums & Co.
THE CAIRO DRY
A LITTLE TALK AilOUT THK BULLETIN.
It should not bo forgotten that tho subscrip
tion prico of tho 'Bulletin' is only Alteon cents
per week a sum scarcely exceeding ono half
tlin nmount heretofore charted for Cairo dai
lies. Its.pr.ges are small, it-is truer "btit-Btrlrj
tho price. And, thon, j t a, W?f',H3;
voted to Cairo Interest. Cairo wiucrinaings
and Cairo friends. It has no hlgtiqr nim.uinn
to'scrvo theso ends. It contains icss maucr,
lit is trUC. than tho St. LoUiS or MllCHgO Uttl
lies; yet it contains every syiiaoio mat is
raid for. Its si to and, cost are reguiatou py
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its income, anu our experience, u ..... ...
duccd tho belief that it is as largo a daily as
Cairo enn support. If any enterprising gen
tlcman thinks' klareer' paper can prosper, let
him rencat tho cxncrlmcnt that has already
fallod hero four times within our knowledge.
Tho 'Bullotinliwill llvp to'wr(te thq obituary
."' ProJc. or ? owior
whoso expenses exceed thcnw.
Tho size and character of tho Bulletin in-
spire a eonfldonco in its success
sonsiblo men as prudently graded to tho
01 1,10 low,n. "1U 9n " )g
patronage and Ihd ability or me community,
Such being tho common estimate of the paper
citizens suoscrioo lor it, cmen ..u .unr
whatever that it will "die out" nnct "swamp
them" for unearned subscription monoy. In
tending that tho 'BulUtln' shall livo; intend
inc that it shall bo sclf-suitainlng, wo ask tho
peoplo of Cairo to regard it as a permanent
institution, and to patronizo It accordingly
PAT FOR TOUtt AJiSOl'SCKBEJCTR
"Wo do not supposu that any man will sock
the suffrages of this freo and independent
community of sovereigns, with tho slightest
hopo of success, without arst proclaiming,
throuch the trim columns of tho 'Bulletin
his purpose to mako tho race. Thu dlscrinv
inatinir peoplo must havo tho names of catidi
dates beforo them for discussion. They will
choose their favorites from thoso who caro
enough for public favor to mako known their
want of it. Having said this in behalf of tho
sovereigns, wo havo a few words on our own
It will afford us pleasure to announce all
candidates that may offer. "Vt o will put their
names in bold capital and glvo their an
nouncements n conspicuous place. This dono
our six hundred city rcador will see, discuss,
dissect and determine Now for this service
wo shall exact tho cash in advance of the first
publication. No man's promise, howovor
earnest it may be, will answer. " o intend
to bo inexorable, unyielding, inflexible. In
deed, wo shall expect candidates calling upon
us with announcements, to commenco fumb
ling for their pocket book tho moment they
come in siirht of tho office
extorts from us, through tho influenco of his
tears or otherwise, a promUo to publish his
nnnouncemont without advanco payment,
woj break the promise tho moment wo cool
otft No candidate' name that wo cannot
mark with an , as an indication that tho
printer has been paid, can find room in our
columns. Having said this much wo hopo
tho.reador will find no difficulty in determin
ing that wo don't Intend to credit candidates
for their announcements I
Mr. . T. Boss is at tho Crittenden sulphur
springs, hoping to build up a shattered con
stitution by a liberal uso of those excollent
wr ters. Being, probably, the only guest now
there, he is nodoubt having a lonely time of it.
SEOBO XA5 DB0W5LD.
Yesterday evening a negro man named
Henry Stevenson, whoso family reside on
Twentieth street near tho court house, fell
from tho upper wharfboat into tho river, and
disappearing never camo to the surface again.
It it said that ho was engaged in a tcuffio
with a companion, and losing bis foothold
whllo on tho edge of tho guard was precipi
tated overboard. Had ho not immediately
sunk to tho bottom and remained there, it is
probable. that he might have been rescued, as
sovcral persons stood ready to extend assist
anco on tho instant of his reappearance.
It I said that ho was an industrious nogro,
wbo.knuw bis placo and kept it. In hi fam
ily thoro is a casoof small-pox hi wife or n
female relative, wo aro not advised which.
Tho St. Charles, Monday. January 18.
M) Moore, P. I.om;
C It Comstook, Chicago;
U II Foot.-, city;
J A Wlniiram, clU
IJ,W Thomponj j( o Kooliook, UuOiioIni
V J Morsan, tinclnnttii CJW Mrlr,
J Hnttrimitrr, H Kx Co.:
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II Welber, Vienna;
It Oibtwon, lknton;
A Nile, Vermoul.
J Ponii tin J wife;
N Fuller naJ timer;
Port LUtfor the Twcnty-foiir Hours End
ing nt Two o'clock, I. M.
(.en. Amlron Colum.j MUbrer, I'Iucli;
City of Alton, New Orltni;Mrr AUee, St. I.oult;
Little aill, I)tM Walls,-Eattort;
Mrbmnml, " Leonlilst, PiUaburx;
KoU. Ilurim, " HilrcrMoon, Cincinnati;
Klra-ler. Westmoreltad, "
U. C. (J rap, "
Ren. Ancle rtbn. Coltun.; Milbrej, PJ(ic)i;
City of Alton, St, I.outi;
wtmorclnJ, N. O.,
I.eonliUi, , "
KoU. Hums, Cincinnati;
DTKt WMU, "
Klchmond. Iouia vill;
bilrer Moon. Mvmplila;
It. 0. Cray, lMhburKi
Tho weather is clear and beautiful, bu,t
rather cool. Another hoar frost cotared tho
ground thl morning, nnd the mercury rose
irom Ji at daylight to 40 at noon. Accord
ing to weathor-wiso prophet, if wo Lav) tin
othor whito frost to-morrow morning wo will
havo rain very oon thereafter.
Tho Mistiatippi U rising again at St. Louis,
but a rite of a few feet only is expected from
the late mild weathor. The weather now It
cold in that quarter, and will of course cauto
a fall Tory soon.
Tho Ohio is rising Tory fast at Louisville
and Cincinnati, with nearly 14 feet over tho
falls. It is again rising slowly at Pittsburg
with ten feet water in tho channel. It must
bo borno In mind that there It sv heavy fall
somewhero between that city and Cincinnati
nnd tho river will bo falling rapidly at tho
lattor point to-night.
Tho Cumberland has been quite high for
some weeks, and is again rising with fully 19
feet water on Harpoth Shoals.
Horo the river bos risen 10 inches alncolact
report, and is still riling rapidly (from tho
combined floods of tho Ohip nnd Cumberland,
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iiusincss nas oeen quuo jiyoiy at our
wharf sinco last report. Tho Mississippi has
cleared out all tho southern bound frcM
reeoived cntlroly from tho forwnrdiiiK mcr
chant of our city. .O J '
Tho Llaale Gill discharged horo for "W. II
Schdtter, 30 cases schnapps; D. Hurd & Sons
G'hb rlco, 0. T. Hinder 5 bbls molasses, 10
hfbblsdo., 10 kegs ddTand 13 pkgs mor
chanpiso, Nashvlllo andCfiiro packets 55 bbls
pitch, 05 pkgs merchandise,- 25 bbls molasses
9 hhds sugar, nnd 200 skTialt, and for the li
no! Contral 127 hhds sugar, 51 bbls mola
ses, 180 bags coffee, 70 tuns assorted merchan
dise. '"' j
Tho Richmond discharged-100 hhds sugar
lor tho I. U. . K. -
Tho City of Alton discharged hero CO bbl
molasses, 138 hhds sugarr200 boxes, do.,
bbls oranges, 30 bbls rice,, for points nlong
tho lino of I. U. 11. It. - . a
Tho Tallsmnn rcceiveit" tho Cumberland
river frelirht off the Lizzie Gill.
Boceipts per rail for reshlpmcnt south con
Tho appropriately named Quickstep, cap
tain Doxtcr, with captain. Jack Grammar do
ing tho honors of tho .cjerk's offico by tho
assistance of Walter Pennington, is tho regit
lar mail and passenger packet for Evanvillo
nnd nil way points on tho Ohio this evening.
Wo can safely recommend her to tho trav
Tho neat and comfortable steamer Talisman,
captain Billy Strong, U tho regular Cumber
land river packet this evening, and will leave
promptly for Nashvillo and all way points.
Sho Is officered throughout with veteran steam
boatmen, whom wo havo known intimately
for many years. Wo havo never tested the
liquor kept at the bar by "King Cotton," but
are informed that It is oxcellont.
Tho Mary E. Forsythc. captain Dave Ha-
noy, clerk Wm. White, is tho packet for
Mcmphts and Vicksburg thl evening.
ino ihompson Dean, tho ijreat mastodon of
steamers, Is due for New Orleans this even-
Tho Pauline Carroll, captain Wm. Thomi-
son, is also due for tho amc port to-night.
Tho Carroll It n plcndld pacngcr steamer,
live high, and I rrcll officered.
Capt. Ben. Y. Egan, having sold his inter
est in tho Talisman, has purchased captain
Bob Jlorris' onc-fouth interest in tho llcht
draught steamer A. Baker, at tho rato of
$4,800 for the wholo boat, and sho will bo run
from Nashvillo to the head waters of tho Cum
berland river, or rather to tho fork of that
river, during high wutcr, and In tho summer
time will probably resume hpr trips from
ashvillo to Cairo. This purchaso again
unites two old stoamboatmen captain Newt.
Lorbett and captain Ben. F. Lgan who havo
not been connected in stcamboating slnco tho
days of the old Sallle West, of which Corbett
was captain and Egan clerk. They hold tho
same position on the Baker. Long life nnd
success attend them, for thev are as true gen
tlemen as ever graced a teamboat.
The Comet it putting up a new pair of
chimneys built for her at this city. Sho will
probably bo ready to leavo for Grand Tower
to-night, and will take a tow of coal from
thence to New Orleans.
We aro sorrr that capt. Owon Davis' new
Cumberland river boat, John Lumsdcn, pick
ed up sv snag or floating tree, when on her
first trip from Nashville to Cincinnati, by
which a largo portion of her forward guard
and cabin wero torn off, and both chimneys
lost overboard. The accident occurred a few
miles above Uniontown. Temporary repairs
were mado however, and tho boat proceeded.
OB MEMPHIS AND VIOKS11UBG.
HlotmerMAur n. FORSVTII. JUflnlwr,
nutr, Mill leave Cmro TIMS fcVh-
l.N(i. Jmi. lv.At
Go clock'. I UAH, i. iu.ir.. flunii,
OB MEMPHIS, VICKSBUBG & NEW
Hl-mer TllOMPnW DEAN, I'.rrr,
iMttA lAiro I 111-5 J...-
, lv, at 0 o'clock.
C1IAS. T. HIM)FAOHt.
OB NEW OB LEANS.
DlMm.r PAt'MNR CAlinOLL.Tbomn-
ion. muter'. Mill it-ute Cmro THIS EVI--
an. IV, sio o ciocB. viia t, iii.iir.. .nnn,
TIIE PEOPLE'S COLUMN.
Wantt, For Salt, For llenl, 11, Found, and
Personal, published in thin column or tight
cents a line, or one insertion.
TSTAN TKD-COU.NTT ORDKJW.
JSO. W. TIIOVKH A CO.
IITANTED-Alxan'ler Couniy Orders, at so cts
TV on the dollur, for all Klnus ( J.mni-r ami
WANTKD-T-alro City Scrip, nt l cent on the.
ilolltr, for all kiniof Lumber and IluiMera'
Material Kenerally. W. W. TJIUUNTO.V.
II RXilT-An offlcn and U-moutt Ho Otiio
OhlaLeree. Apoly to H. WIIJON A SON
FJH BALK OHRKNT. Corn Mill with twenty
horsepower eniclin-. Line Charting, Circular Baw,
and other machinery, all ill Kod order. Also, Store
house, 30 by 60 feel, With nix roomi 'over ttore. Also,
dwelllnKorsroorru. Alitor aaie concciireiy c
corner Commercial arenue and alhitreet. Apply to
raieiy; non-reaiaenc oi uwnrr i rtn
juur w. tuiivi-.k x
F)K 8A1.K KourooMa with yeunc calro.
nlr to J. U.Oreenfleld, or at Dr. Field's oltice.
i. r. . -
II. WAKDlf KH-Ttctldence. No. 63 Wal-
nut street, near RlKhtliKtreet. Oftiee, aTerl'oat.
Ornee. Office hur, 10 to 11 n.m. and 3 to 3p.m., It
ell aupplied with fretli, nealtny Taceine maucr.
This society will celolirato Iti flftt annlTemary by a
Masquerade Ball, at Washington Hall
Monday Kvsalug, Jauuary H3, 1800.
TloUof . , X OO
COMMITTKK OY A JUlAli'OKMENTS,
H. MYKKH8, W. ALBA.
w. y. yggRWAitT. ( '
C. VBVOIITKK, LOUIS BLATTAU.
W. BOOK, C. HCIIVLTZ.
w ii a a r b o A T.
CAIRO TBAftirin CO.
FORWAItillNO ..AM COMMISSION
CAIltO TIIANSI EH COMPANY
Throutth Bill of
Ladlnr siren to alt
Available Point by Kail or Water.
B-Sl'l:CIAL ATTKNT10N TO KOIWAJ)IN(ji
jtTLANTIO AND MISSISSIPPI
3NT 3E3 "VIT ORIiB-a-JVlS
W. It. AHTillK
LIZ 7. IK (SILL
O L I V K II 1 1 A N C 1 1 ....
Comi'risliiK alt the fit.et mul Urgeit 1oat out f-f U ,
On of the aliT llnMf tleamcr will leate Cnim
for New Orlcani eery other dy, cotinectlU(( at New
Orleans with Oeean l,n ut Steamer to
Ivcrpool, Nmt Yiirfc, Iluitun, ana Oalrrt-
I'awnsers and flifliperK can rely on one rJ the
lioati leurinR Cairo punctually n alre. Wlll(
particular attention to all way freiaht below Metnplifc.
o Ntw Orleans. CHA. T. IlINIlK,
iicnrrw Ageni, vnir.i.
r nm . . .... n . i t . . t I ! .. I UHI,in-
IfllH-e, III) n I.M.I., U11IU ,M.i-.ii,.
EI. K. SPsWN. Pawonirer and Tickol Aenl.
- Oltice, att. Chrlep. Hotel.
jj-KMPHIS AND ST. LOUIS
S T E A M K II S.
The fellow, iii; Hoatt coinwso tbm I.ino and will I--
mn In the followlnx order I
AHIII.K CITV .... N WAY, Master.
IT V OK ALTON. .. .TI!UMION, Master.
KLLK MKMI'HI.S C1UNK, Master,
CITV OK CAIltO -..,...MAl.lN, Master.
Promtit attention will I lali to all tmslnesii ln
.trusted u, the ear of these IkmU. ...
rn-IKI.l anu l ieiiel umcn in ei,iiiony wnmn.i'ni, in
front of City National Hank. ,
IIIAS. i. Ill.sir.. i,.-lirii.i Avu
KD. V. SISriON, Ticket and I'stnj;er AKent.
TVTEMPIIIS, Wll 1TK BIVKB AND
1V1 L1TTLK BOC1C
CMTKi) bTATEH MAIL LINB.
JOHN DAVIH, Suti't, MemphU, Tenneysest.
The splendid tide-wlicel
MAYJTLOWKII. COMMRHCIAL and
LIU Kit"') .To. a,
ear.. Memphl etery Tl'VVtDAT, THu!VI)AT and
WATUltllAT. at 6 p.m., for WhIM Kiyer. ennneciiriB ai
Initair liluri Willi Hie Memunie ni i.iiur.wcs iim.
roat for I.ltlln Hock nnd Hot rtyrlngs. Tims Ctr"
emptil to l.ttiio hock. nours.
KreiKhte anl raenKr rwelpted oer the slit
ine at lower rate than any nlher rente.
UI1A.. T lll.ll'r.. AX'Di, s uip, in.
IT. LOUIS, CAIltO AND VICKSHUBG
jsvii i Thu milundid
Js'p'tli? PaKS(iiKCr KtcanicrH
ItVIIICON ....11I.AKK. Master,
UL I A ..I.l K H i H II i, M(U, . ,
mil.NAllV ,. I.fKKIt, Muter.
II. M.HIIHKVK.. CAHTKIt, Matter
Past Cairo ifolnu unidreaiii every Sr.SPW anJ
TUrHPAr, and on down trip erery TllUItSDAT l
t-UNDAV, making irlotocoiiiu-ctioii vtitl.
VIckiburK d Meridian Ilnllroad,
KclirtK and .Merl.lliui Ilallroail
a r I
ctv Orleaua, Jnckaou and Great Northern
Through r.-ceii.tj citen to any und nil iKiints un Ih
titld ruads, wth rt kcls for Yamo Itin r.
Hpeclal attention Khi-n to all wuy buiiie U-tweii
Cairo and VlckstirK-
Ull.vn. T. llli'i-., ncnerai AKent.
OlTn-u ou Wharfdoat.
IVANSVILLK AND CAIBO
Coiisistinir of tho following
Splendid Passenger Steaijtst
DUSOUOIIET Mauler KOWLEU....-.... .fWrk
I.eatet Cairo Sunday and Thursday at & p.m.
DKXTElt..-. Master OltAMMElt XVrt
Leave Cairo Tuesday aud Friday at 6 p.m.
HOWABDm -..Master I WRIOHT. X3s-rk
Leates Cairo Wednesley nnd Saturday ut S p.m.
Maklnc all Intcrmedlato laudlnn. and rurinir pm
ticular attention to Packet Krelithts.
CIIAH. T. IIINDK, General Accnt,
Oftico on Wharf-toat. .
JTASHVILLE AND CAIBO
Composed of thu following
BIMif..... Mauler HAIiPEB .tlett
Leare Cairo every Sunday at 3 p.m.
STItONO ..Msier EQAN ,ark
LcaT i Cairo every Tuesday at 0 p.m.
HARMON Muster WE.WEK -.....-Clerk
Leaves Cairo every Friday at 6 p.m.
SWTSpeclal attention given to way huainess bew
Culru aud Nashville. . . lM
CUA8. T. HINDU. Oectrar Agen
docil '6t(X Office ot Wtuirest,