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Tor the most elegant, fashionable nnd eoi
tntmliln dres cootls. cmbracinc tho latest
tlv1n. mi (o-Ooldstiho nnd RoscrTwntcr's. tf.
SOl'ltH TO TAX l'ATKKS.
Tho collector's office will btfclbsod th-tripe-)
row (Thursday morning ImiU Pcbmnry 11;
Thoso having business with tho sheriff will
ilcaso call on Richard Fitzgerald, who ronrc-
fc'ntsVno in tho sheriff's ofllc'o
HnlWi .n i Ilin bViimIT'iI rt fflAn
jan20-dr.t L. II. MYERS, Sheriff.
Ladlos nnd eentlonien desirinir to learn tho
lipht fvmiinstic oxorciscs are horobv informod'
that nn oveninc class will bo formed on Mon-
day evening, January 25, In tho commodious
hall. 140 Commercial nvenue, pvor Elliott fc
Hnythorn'sboot and shoo store.
For particulars apply to
1an20d0t E.T. Rurlikokam.
ASSAULT 10 KILL.
Edward Cumming, the , mate of the steam
cr Mississippi underwent a preliminary ex
aminntion yesterday, on a charge of assaulting
one John Tool with n deadly Weapon, Intend-
ine to ouininit murder. Tool it nrmears re-
fa'd to work the niirht previous beyond the
hour oftwulvc c cl"x:k, and having somoinflu-
ence. among Lis fellow hands, his conduct
promised to delay the loading and departure
of th beat, much to the domago of the own-
ors. Cutnralaci resort in to tho means too
ofm Msspsoyed by llie mates of steamboats,
xtittpfvi OQt hi derringer nnd discharged Its
Matmt's it Tool's bodv. Fortunately the ball
took c vSWt.
Th wlioc iBsiitrtc regarding tho case of
a inint!y aggravating nature to retiuire
further inquiry, lfund Cummlng over in a
bond of $300 to appear before tho next Court
of Common Pleas for flnal trial. The bond
vrai given and-the mate resumed his post on
Till: HIIAKK CASK.
n o navo ncrctoioro inrortnod our readers
that tho sujiremo court of tho itato has decid
ed the wharf cao of this city in favor of tho
trustees of tho Cairo City Proportv. Al
though many citizens of Cairo woro In
Springflold when tho decision was made, none
of tho numbor saw proper to givo to their
neighbors any information about tho subject,
nnd inquiry did not succeed In obtaining from
cither of them n lucid statemont.of tho na
ture of tho deoMon. From what wo can
Warn tho courr doubled tho question on its
mcriU.'nnd laid dov,.. ;(r Jnw Ihu docirihe,
that the owiier of land Iwrdoring on nnvign
blo streams own nt leait to low wntor mark ;
that from thu fact ofn (itroain being naviga
ble, doui not follow tho right of all to uso tho
btink for purposes incident to navigation j
nud that, therefore, owners of tho lmnks may
erect wtuirvvi betwoun low nnd high water
mark, nnd charge ro:t-otmblo tariff for landing
AV'o uro of opinion this decision is u .death
blow to iiiUehlcf-innkcrs, who, In the oxpoc-
vjuoii oi lining limn' pouKuis Willi uiu puupm
money, havo Fought to keep open tho wharf
ctiotIm, iiml llm tnctir up strife between
tho triuteoj of tho l'roporty and tho dtl.!iis
of Cairo. V un gd this whurf matter
has lcen laid upon tin shelf; and arc now
anxious to know what tho agitators, who ivo
by money made out i f the ordinary mid lo
gltlmnlo puthx of htisincs, will bring to" tho
snrfi, m t find oridivor to impon upon a
public which I too npt to listen to fixilish
Tli St. I.oul ubterrunuan pasmgo story,
tlnt rented much tulk upon ,our streets
ysiUrduy, turns out to Itj u purpojoloss ca
nard. l'iiprs rcctiivcd yesterday uvonlng
muku no muntion of thu mutter.
The Cairo nnd Tow Orleans packet lino
will ei'nbraeo some of tho lurgest and llnest
Thurit uro only tuilvo practising physi
cian In Cniro, and tho prevailing good
health or the people re-trlcts tin? Jiruttlce of
thwo to tek strangers from IVdueah, nnd
tho broken head and perforated carcasses' of
3Itimphiiiti who halt hero whilo passing.
Our Gorman fullow-oitir.ona will hold a
grnwl masquerade tall in Schoul's hall, next
.Monday night. A lurgu Jiumbur of tickets
have been Usuud, and iieurly vurybotly ox
preMj a detoriuliiatlon to uttfnd.
A negro's tonm, attached to a wagon filled
with turnip., i-uyid a runaway grupo
along Washington uvenuo ynstorday ovon
ing, und would h.ivo sueceodod had they not
been headed off by another nogro who dashed
to their head, Ued the bridle und arretted
their sjveed, thus putting an end to t: sprinkle
of turnips that had commenced in a style
that would havo speedily emptied tho wagon.
"When will tho slaughter of dogs com
incnco? Will it bo potjHuod until several
'huildrcd take tho hydrophobia, and each one
blto his mail I
Dan Munn made a halr-slingiug speech
again. t Fuller's baneful railroad faro bill,
nnd closed by declaring that tho bill would
command his voto. "Why don't ho foto as
Dick Fitzgerald's hotel, register contains
Uio names or twenty-threo guoU. Although
a Hlmon-puro democrat his whlto nnd black
boarders furo ullko, cut ut tho sumo time, nnd
noiuiiirequentiyshnrutho ssmo room. Of
course decent, honest men u6ver ston with
him, his "entire citabllshmont being given up
wwiousooi unoves, gamblers, murderers
nnu.u-punurois .q cyery numo known t.iih
Juw.Xhosupport'of sueAahouio costn tho
people about lo,000anniully ,
uniting uie inuiutrmi entublishmenU of
Lalro is n Htcitiu oJircl factory of n6 mean
proportions. It litis been engaged for sovoral
woolis in the manufacture of pork barrels to
flll a Tcxnt, order. Tho finest timber for tho
uso or tlio cooper that grows, u found in in
orlmutablo quantities on overy sido of Cairo.
judge .Mulkoy loft tho city Monday fr
Marjon, illiamson county, whoro hob en
gnge'd in tlio dolense of 3Ir. Cover, who shot
and killed n young mun by tho numo of Cor.
dor, ono day Inst week. Cases of this char,
actor seem toenllst nil tho ardourand enerirv
of wjilch.tlio Judge is capable, rendering hint
Its KlnJ, Host tusd'Caisjaciiv. i 1
Abaut-'on'Q.ycar.ngii cnpti . Abraham "Wil
liams nnnounccd his rmrnosq to erect u distil
lery in Cairo : nrftl to-dny Iho establishment
; is on tlio ovo of operation. Ho confldod tho
cntiro work to H. Baxter, mill-right nnd
master builder, nnd faithfully nndf expedi
tiously has tlmt gentleman discharged jhls
I ml . j - . ft If. f r 1 - 1
J.HO oxireino irotu ot mo iniuuing is n icci
Ucpth G7 feet iilpht thrco storios. A stdo
building cbntniiis'tho engine, which is 70 horse-
power, niauttfnctured nttho celebrated Lafiiy
otto foundorv. of St. Louis. Tho basement
contains tho foiriontlng tubs, ''which are' 8' in
number, each of n capacity of -1,002 gallons,
The' beer sink -will "old 5,000 gallon
The mesh tub, in the second story, is 10 feet
In. diameter, 3J feet deep, and holds 5,874
gallons. On the same floor aro the hot nna
cold water tank. 0 by 12 foot; and Uio
still, which is 17 foet high and 7 feet in diame
ter. For grinding, 2 run of G. & W. Todd's
celebrated burrs, 3J foot in diameter, havo
I been provided, each run of a capacity of 35
buihcls of com per hour. In tho. third story,
are the tock bins, meal bins, worm tank
etc. Tho gram is received into a schuto linv
ingn mouth near tho railroad track. Passing
to tho basement it is elevated to tho third
storv bv an ingenious and labor saving pro
cess of quite a novel chnrncter.
The still, of which wo can convoy no in-
tollent idea, is Dayton's patent, a rcoont in
vention, aud not in uso, yet, anywhero in
About 200 foot in tho roar nro tho cattle nnd
hog pons, in two ranges, each 108 feot long
and 34 feet wide, .furnishing room lor 300 hogs
nnd 75 head of CHttlu.- On tho south side,
about 100 yards distant from tho distillery, Is
a verv substantial and neat brick warohuuso
120 feet long with a 20 feot front, and two
stories, in hight.
Tho capacity of tho distillory is 1200 gal-
loin or 30 burro' 1 per dav. Tho cntiro cost,
embracing pens and vnrohotiie, is cstlmAtcd
at $30,000. '
Tho death of captain "Williams, recontly
nnnounccd bv us, placed tho business in tho
hands of his nephew, 'W. M. Williams, who
is now bestowing upon it his undivided at
tention, Liko' his. uncle, ho has never, for a
moinont, dispaired of Cairo. Ho boliovcs that
it is ricttlnod tob6como6noof tho commorcia!
nnd manufacturing power of tho Mississippi
vulloy; und cheerfully idontifles his fortuno
with that of tho city. Neither hns hu tho
slightest doubt of thosuccessof thecntorpriso
put on foot by Ins. uncle, Assuredly, if llko
establishments prosper in St. Louis, Chicago,
or Louisville, his cimiipt fail in Cairo, whero
he on-Joys ninny vory decided ndvantages.
In the course of a wook or ten days tho es
tablishment will bo placed In motion. It is
well provided against mishaps, much of its
machinery being doublo, nnd will, no doubt,
run right along uninterruptedly. If this
verv1 reasonable calculation is realized, tho
farmers in tho adjueeut country will Hud tho
Cairo demand for their com, onU and barloy
iiicreiucd to tho extent of 100,000 bushels an
nually. If this expectation is realized, tho
number of our cooper will bo iucroutcd, nnd
our countrv friends find greutor demand for
their staves and hoop jxjles. If it is realized
our draymen will havo more loads to haul; n
number of our laborers moro work to do, and
cverylody n share in tho $150,000 that will bo
brought hither from abroad, on account of
sales of tho manufactured article Upon tho
whole, therefore, wo nolo tho completion of
this distillory with pleasure, nnd sincerely
hopo tlmt tho owner may reap, from tho fruits
bf Inspiration, an nbundant goldon harvost.
Tilt (iOOSC CASE.
negro man, Thomas P.lngold, nnd n ne
gro woman, Cnrolino Weston, were tried be
fore 'squiro Brpss, yostordny. on nchargopf
' ,f ' ' ' . . ... r t1...
kiouiuiir i, Koesv, mo uruiiexiv ui ,101111
Hoaeh. . Thu defondnnti worn acquitted, be-
eniuu it was shwn thut they appropriated tho
fowls under tho delusion thutthoy woro tholr
long lot ones found." Ilutler, for tho de
fense, wnelo(uoiit and (luthetlc, pointing out
tlio absurdity of tho supposition that u Itingold
and n Wnston could givo their charnctors tho
hue of their skin, by stealing goe.e, six stupid
gev that never "iiung nign" in an tnoir
luy-. Mr. 11. then heaped a volunio of his
sing vituperation upon tho goose, nnd derided
tho historical Interferenco of such grass-nip
ping idiot in tho aiilvutiou of Homo. Ho
oloil by tracing tho genctiology of gees to
radical paternity, nnd then sat down with a
Hup. Ills learned assistant commenced by
describing a gooe-cgg. Ho followed tho pro
cu of Incubation, but brnko down on tho gos
lln. Kesumlug, ho pointed to our acquisition
of Alaska as u precedent upon which his
clients could go acquit. Ho doniod nny pur
po4j t "feather his nest" by this suit, nnd re
linked that In fixing tho status of tho gooso
ho und his co-udjulor "thought through tho
tunic qulil," Closing with a peroration
"There ticvf r w a goo o gray," Ao.,
ho left tho case with his honor, who did eggs
uctly what tho ovldenco authorized, acquitted
Thirty negro wonchea woro prwont to swear
to tho ono fact that they know tho defendants
to lm honost people and eminently "sound on
tho gooso" question.
THK LKCTLUK LAHT HltillT.
Tho lecture by tho reverend C. II. Footc,
beforo'tho ncadqmy of science, in tho AUie
neum, last nlghticalled out an appreclatire
audience, though not vory largo. Tho Sub
ject treated was Mental Culture, und was
bundled in an easy, graceful manner that cap
tivated tho ottontion of tho audience, from thq
commencement to tho close. Tho discourse
was freighted with suggestions of pocullar
value to students arid parents.
Tho second of tho course of alx lectures, do
terminod upon by tho society, will bo dollv
ered at thu suing pluco noxt Tuoaday ovonlng.
When, some tlrao ago, wo opposed tho pol
icy of ucoeptlng tho Linogar proposition to
begin logal proceedings fur tho wharf, thoro
woro those who denounced us bitterly, Havo
wo not been boon completely vindicated by
events? Has not tho supromo court of thd
stato docidod that such procoodlngi would
hnvo boon futlb und foolish?
THK COURT Or COMMON Tltili.
A potltion l.i being circulated In the city,
tho prayer of which is thnt tho leglslrifuro Kdfl
a provision to tho bill now ponding before if,
to tho effect that tho question as to tlio court's
abolishment bo submitted, tp a voto, of tho
pcoplo nt tho ensuing charter election. It a
mnjority of tho votors dcclnre In favor of tho
law abolishing tho court, tho law shall tako
Immcdlnto effect) If, howovor,'n' mnjority of
tho voters declare In favor of r continuanco
of tho court, tho law shall become void nnd
of noffoctynntj tb" 9ourt will, contin,uq in
tho norformntipo of its functions ns usual.
t '. . s ' . .j-m mj is .
This method of determining tho question is
fair, will jnvolvo no expense, . .and should
command tho approval oi cvory citizen who
is actuated in tho mnttor by n disposition to
deal fairly, nnd to submit to tho will of tho
mnjorfty. Tlio petition Is receiving the slg-
natureof qulto svery person who choosos to
give expression to his sentiments on tho sub-
ject, nnd tho roquest is so manifestly jusi nnd
fair that tho legislature will ccrtninly not lies-
Itato to grnnt It.
Tho St. Charles, Tuesday, January 10
N V Caev. K v.i A Ilium. CentrAlIn:
V" II fliapnun, CntrAlli W M llarklev, .N. o.
J A Wlmlrfim.cltTj
, 11 U...... till
(1 K Wlicclcr, IIII110I.:
W It Dumont, Cenlralla;
C II Huell.tVntrolMj
T Maydcn, N. O.i
(I J'rotter, St. LouNi
W I Marshall, ArAtia.;
H I. Porker, Hoclqiorti
J M Ilntrilcn, ClifcuKo;
' II I.ivls, .V. V.!
J Williamson, Vermont;
1, ciunri. jiunuia;
A Learenihal, Kvamrillc;
I. Ha.tlni;, Clilpns'o;
Mr Opllc.Mt. Vernon;
0 VI!kor,St. Loulnj
II I) Spellinjin, Arknna.;
W II Illrown. I'lttlmrB!
J C MrMllchcll, Krnliiokyi
W H KaMtnnn, Troy, V.j
v .ifwnun, varnionl.
If anything were needed to strengthen tho
conlldcnco of tho pcoplo in tho City Nntionnl
Dank, of Cnlro, that want has been supplied
by tho nddition of Thompson nnd Stephen
Bird, Scott White and II. H. Cunningham, to
its list of wealthy and influential stockholders
Messrs. Birds nro known ns tho heaviest capi
talists of Southeastern Missouri, whilo mcssrs,
unningnnrn nnd wntto tnKO rant ns our
oldest, richest nnd most, successful merchants.
These additions nmko tho bank ono of tho
wealthiest banking corporations in tho state,
and, under tho especial direction of Mr. A. B
Safford, cashier, a gentleman of keen fore
sight and first-class business capacity, its fu
ture career is bound to bo ono of eminent sue'
Tho. law card of F. E. Albright, esq., finds
place In this issuo of tho 'Bulletin.' Mr. A.
is ono of tho most energetic lawyers at our
bar, nnd has met with n success In his prac
tice that many older practitioners' luivo occa
sion to envy. Ho has filled tho position of
prosecuting nttornoy in tho court of common
pleas, in n manner most satisfactory to tho
public and crcdltablo to himself. When a
fow more years oxporienco nro ndded to his
present excellent ncqulroments and fine natu
ral ability, ho will take rank with tho first
members of our bar.
Mary .lone has a whito skin and John
Jenkins a black one. Oblivious of tho senses
of right and smell, Mnry submitted herself to
tho lecherous ombrnccs of Jenkins, nnd, re
pairing to a vacant shanty near Sixteenth
nnd Poplnr, conducted themselves to shame
lessly that officers McCarthy and Calllhan
took them under arrest. Tho indecent expo
sures mauo dv tli em showed an abandonment
of conscience that entitles them ton permanent
resfdenco in tho calabooso, or somowhero olso
whoro thoy will bo restrained from contact
with decent society.
Klllott Jc ilaythorn continue to lead tho
van of boot and shoo dealers. Tho largo ad
dition to tholr stock of boots and shoes, em
bracing a splendid variety of ladle.' thocs, is
worthy of special attention. Thoro is no
wnnt in tho boot and thoo lino thai they can
not supply, and In tho matter of prices thoy
dofy successful competition. Pcojdo as nat
urally go to their store for boots and shoes as
thoy go to bed to court "nature's bulmy re
Dodge, Lord & Co., contractors on tho
southern division of tho Cairo nnd Vinconncs
railroad, nro meeting tholr third monthly es
timate n fact nnnounccd by our financial
editor In its propor pluco. Twenty-five thou
sand dollars will thus bo distributed, n largo
portion of which will enter into circulation in
Uockwell & Co. aro uniformly attentlvo to
tho wants of the Bulletin' office', In furnish
us from their well-filled counters, tho vory
latest dallies wo receive Tho enterprise of
tho Cairo booksellers is unsurpassable.
Up to noon to-day tho tho polico courts woro
Idlo, with no prospect of business during tho
day. Tho old 'squlro was beaming and rosy,
u little rheumatic withal, but a match for
Mark Tupluy, notwithstanding.
Tho bargains given by Goldstino & Boson
water In calicos, muslins, and all staplo arti
cles In the dry goods lino, is attracting tho
attention of all prudont buyors. tf
A subscription dress ball for children is in
contemplation. The time fixod upon in Jan
uary 29th, und the place tho St. Charles ho
tel. In due time we shall publish particulars.
Port Llit for ttr T wS jr-fonr Hoar Km4
iR at Tvra o'eIek, P. Bf .
Anderson Colum.; Mllbroy
Dick Kullon.S'u.3 N. 0.1 Miirv Ilouiton. LoulsTillo:
A. J. llakrr, " Uulckstsp, Kra'niriltri
M. K. Forsyth, St. Louis; Coo,
On. Arnlernon, Colum. I Mllbrey, Padurih;
Coom, Memphis: Diolc Fulton No. 3, Pitts ;
M. K. Forsyth, Vlcksburif; A. J. IUker.
Oiili ksUp, F.ranivilU; Mury Houston; N. O.
Tho weather it clear and "perfectly splen
did," us tho ladles tay of a nice dress. The
temperature is sufficiently cool to givo a brac
ing plctifantncjiH to tho ulr, whilo thoso who
desire a little more warmth havo only to stand
In tho tunslilno in a place sheltered from tho
light current of air and, prestol they havo
almost found summer.
Tho Mississippi has risen much more rap.
Idly at St. Louis than was expected, having
risen five foot slnco last Sunday morning, It
is bolievod that It has about reached its greatest
bright. Tho rivers abpvo H I.ouis aro at a
good itago, but no rlso of consequonco Is re
ported. Tho Ohio is falling rapidly nt Louisvillo
and Cincinnati, rHing slowly botweon Clnbiu-'
null hnd'PArkersbuig, nnd falling from thenco
tonPittaburg, There is fourteen fuol vvntor
ovor tho fulls; nnd eight feet in tho chanribl nt
Pittsburg. It is still rising from Evuntvillo
to 'Cairo, but will doubtless bo falling fy tlid
former plnco. to-day. ' "
Tho Cumberland Is again falling with four-
i . ....
wfin iuui on iiArpoiu siionis.
Ilcro ,tho river has risen ten inches slnco
last report, nnd will probnbly riso.nbout ten
Business has not boon so brisk to-dav. as
nearly nil our surplus freights has been shin-
ped, nnd but fow steamers havo arrived nnd
departed. Tho Talisman left fof Nashville
lMt u'g"t with oyer 100 tons groceries and ns-
or.tca rrclgliu received here, Tho Forsyth
received about tho snmo amount of wheolbar-
I rowi f'irnlturo nnd sundries for Memphis,
'"""urg. "u way points. Tlio Quickstep
brought 72 pkgs furniture for reshfpm'cnt to
tapo uirarueau, 15 bbls spnr, 10 pkgs house
hold goods for St. Louis, 220 pkgs furniture,
21 bbls whiskey, 1533 uks corn, 114 bbls pota
toes, 60 sks ship stull", 100 head hoirs and n lot
of poultry nnd sundries for roshipmcnt to
Memphis und New Orleans, and tho following
Cairo freight: Andrew Shcttlor CO ska pota
toes; A. Mackid 3C bbls potatoes und 40 sks
ditto j Thomas fc Green 15 bbls ditto, 7 bbls
meal; W. A. Bunton 2t2 ks corn; Cundilf
& Co. 10 bbls turnips ; Phole Jc Stockflcth 51
Tho Coosa passed down from Kvunsvillo
last night with 160 bales cotton for Memphis.
junior astrango direction for cotton when we
consider the immenso quantity of thnt article
which has been coming away from thnt port"
lately. W 0 nro Informed howovcr that cotton
Is, or wns a day or two since, ono half n cent
per pound higher In Memphis than In New
Orleans or Now York. With such a state of
affairs somebody Is bound toloso money.
1110 inompson JJeun nnd tho Paulino Car
roll aro both advertised to loavo Cairo for
Now Orleans and way points this evening.
'iho Uumberland, capt. Ben. Howard. Is tho
regular mall and passenger packet fir Evani
vlllo and all way points on tho Ohio this oven-
ing. If you wish a pleasant trip, register
your nnmcs with Brucu Hunter of Clarion
Mr. Harry "Walker, clerk of tho Mary
Houston, informs us that tho mcmornnda of
tho last trip of tho Thompson Dcnn took cvo
ry body on tho Houston with surprise. Ho
says that if tho Dean passod tho Houston un
der way, ns alleired. no nerson on hoard
tho .Houston was sensible of the fact
nnd as ho thinks itvory improba
blo to suppose tlmt oyery person, pilots
and all, thould bo asleep w)iilo tho
boat was running, ho Is vury certain thoro
must bo a mistake semewhere. Hoticknow
edges that tho Dean passed tho Houston twice,
but not under wuy. lioth times tho Dean
passed her she was taking on freight from tho
bank once on the coast and onco nt Gaines'
landing. How is this, captain Fowler ? Mr.
Walker also says that although tho Houston
was not built for n fiibt boat, yet tho Dean has
never yet or over will seo tho day when tho
will bo able to puss tho Houston.
Tho coolest plcco of assurance wo have seen
for tome timo it to be found In tho river col
umn of a late number of tho Louisvillo 'Courier-Journal,'
which pitches into tho Cincin
nati 'Enquirer for copying articles from the
'Journal' and crediting them to tho 'Demo
crat.' 1 ho cool effrontery of tho thing lies in
tho fact that tho 'Courier-Journal's' river col
umn almost cvory day contains from ono to
ten articles copied from other papers without
giving them any credit till. It is particularly
strong in stealing i"pociul dispatches for which
tho papers it copie from havo paid liberally.
AJie Cincinnati 'Commercial' has tho follow
ing item of interest;
Purties in Pomeroy, Ohio, writo us "to givo
tho nanio of tho largett steamboat on tho v. ext
ern waters and lis size. Tho Great Itcpub
lie Is tho largest steamer afloat, as will bo ob
torved by tho following record of dimensions
and tunnugo : Great Jtepubllc 32o feot long,
61 feot beam, 10 feet depth of hold; measure
ment 1,590 tuns. Thompson Dean .200 feet
long, 50 feet beam, 10 feet depth of hold
urement 1,512 tuns. Bkhinond 340 feet
long, 50 feet beam, 0 feet depth of hold ; meas
urement 1,107 tuns. Wo givo tho measure
merit ns surveyed by captain Pcarce, Inspector
of hulls. It will bo borno in mind thoso boatt
will carry ulmost double tho umount of tholr
ITIOli 31 KM PHIS, VICKbliUKG XXEV,7
.mTT Steoiner THOMTriON I) RAN, I'epper.
AuBPsTCni&sler, will leave Cairo TIIIH KVK.N.
INK, Jan. 7 at 6 o'elucU. CHAS.T. II IN I) K, Aent.
OR NKW ORLEANS.
Steamer I'Al'LINK CAimoLL.Thomii.
,on, master, will li-avu Cairo THIS F.Vfc
, atooTiorir. i;iiah.T II1N1IK. Aoent.
THE PEOPLE'S C0LU3IN.
Wants, For Sale, For llent, Loi, Found, and
l'trtonal, pnbliihed in this column or tight
cents a line, for one insertion.
llTAMTsCDAlexuiidur County Urdurs, at so cu.
Vf,M th dollar, for all kinds of I.uiiiUt and Hull
drrarMateriali. W. W. TUOltNTON.
ITANTKO-Calro City Sorlp, at tloccuUon the
VV dollar, for all kinds of Lumber aud llulldera'
Materials generally. w. W. TliUBN'lON.
FOR RENT. " '
K K KMT An ol!Va and lauementat 110 fllil.i
Ohio Levee. Almlv to fl. WIIJSON A MON
TTtOtt HALK; OH KKNT, Corn Mill Hilh tiveiity
Jj horsepower onKine. Line Shafting, Circular Saw,
and other machinery, all in good order. Also, Storo
houto, 'JO by SO foot, with nix rooms 'over store. Also,
dwelling of 9 rooms. All for nulo collectively or nepa
rately; non-resldenco of owner the rcaon. Sltiuied
corner CommeroliU nvenue and 'Juh street. Apply to
jsnlldt JOHN W. TltOVEH S CO.
R B A1E 1'our cowi with yauuir calves.
ply to J. U, Qreenneld, or at Dr. Kiuld's oltieo.
TAR. U. WAHDNKilKeaidenee,
No. D9 W.ilT
XJ nut stroct. near i.imn street.
vivvtiucttt ikii.ii ...wv.i vfi.tuu. iiiiir j'liitr.
Office. Offics hours, 10 to lla.m, and 3 to i p.m., Is
well supplied with frosh, healthy vaccina matter,
Printed at tho ollico of tho Cairo Huliotin.
QIIAS. T. HINDE,
FOinVAKDIXO AND COMMISSION
C'AIKO TllAXSFKIt COMPANY
' CAlItO ILLINOIS.
Through lllll or' Lading irlveii In nil
Available Paints by Hall or Water,
Sitrfii'ECIAL ATTK.NTION TO FOHWAItDlNG.
TL ANTIC AND MISSISSIPPI
H T K A M H II 1 1
c o n V A X Y
C0MPK0MISE LINE STEAMERS
NEW O XT. LEANS
CoinNiing ull the tloent nnd Inrgfsl txsts out of M
One Of tho above Ineof slfncur" w .'1 If ave r rw
for New Orlfuns etery other day, PonucelluK l N'w
Orlraus with Oil-all l.lnu of .St.liHT to
Liverpool, Kerr York, Ilostmi, and (lulves
r-AM'ni;ers tail Shippers ran rely on onn l the
Uwts learinc Cairo iiiini-tiutly n lni!. Will ivu
nartlctilar attenllou to all way fri-iitht low Mempdh
to Now urleatis. UHAi. T. Ul.NtiK,
(ieiural Ai;nt, Cairo
Offir. on WharDnaL IHiMmi I.ali.llne.
Ku. K. til-), raroir au l Ticket Ascnt.
Oftlce, at h. tliariea lintel.
KMPHIS AND ST. LOUIS
s 1 1: a n 1: it n.
The ftllovs tntc lloat rotni- tin I.m and ,11m
run In the fullowlm oriler
M. K. KOHHYTII ..ZKIr,U.i:, Matter.
MAItllliK CITY ...JUNWAV, M.ilT.
CITY OK ALTON ,.TIIOMPVN, Mtr.
HKI.L.K MK3U'llIh....-..t ltAM:. Muter,
CITY OF CAIUO MAI.I.N, Mt'r
Prompt attention will I pM to all busln n
trusted t.i thn l Alf of these lts.
Frricht and Ti Wet )(' in ..uij any hArw;.,, 1
front fit City National lUnk
CIIA.1. T. Hl.VbK, (ienerat Ageot
Kl). V, klbeOS, TU kvX atut 'Agnt Ant.
TKMPHIS, WHITK P.1VKII ANI
1V1 LITTLE KOCK
t.MTKDaTATia MAIL LINK.
JOIIM U. DAVIS, Sup's, Memh.i,Tcnr.ef-i.
The spltn lld sido-wheol
HAVFLOWKIl. COMMK11CIAL and
Leave Memphis every TCKSIUV, THflflUV mil
HATl'IlUAT, at 5, p.m., for White Itiver, ronneetlnt; it
Ihivall's llllilt with the Msiniln ani I. .tile lit. 1:1
road for Little Itivk and Hot ."nng. Time fnxi
Memphis to Little Itnek, ts hours.
Freichts and IV'tenvrs receipted over the tf
Line at loner ria lluu any other route
tllA-S. T. HlSUIV A ut, Cairo, IU,
Oiee on Wlistf-U:
gT. LOUIS, CAIRO AND VILKbHURG
It I! U I CON HI A ICR. Master
JULIA . ...I.OCKWOOD.MiikW,
MMIIXAUV .... M'KKI!. Masler,
II. 51. HllllKVK.....,........fAltTKII, Masler
Pass Cairo Koinij upslreoju every Pl'NIlAy tuul
Ti;iIAr, and on down trip evt-ry TIlL llaUAT an 1
hLNU.VV, inuUlug close roniiwt.un Mith
VlckaburK autl Mrrlitlnu HallroaU.
Mclina and Jlcrldlnn llallroatl
.Vtw Orleaua, Jackami and Csreal Northern
Through reeoipta given to nny nnd all points oatim
said roiwU, wiih riu kuii fur Vaioo Hlver.
Hp-rlul attcutinn sjiven to all way biulnees Iwiissseu
Cairo and Vickaburt:.
CIIA.S. T. 1IINDK, nenvral ARrnt.
u.ticn on WIimC-Umi
JgVANSVILLE AND CAIRO
Consistinc of tho followinc
.Splendid Passenger Steaiur :
DU80UOHKT Master FOWLKH. VrV
Learos Cairo Sunday and Thursday at .1 p. 111
PKXTEIt. MasUr GKAMMKR. ttu
Leave Cairo Tuesday and Friday at S p.m.
1IOWAHD ...Mavter WKIOIIT ..C1eiH
Leaves Cairo Wednesday and Saturday at 9 p.m.
Making all Intermediate Undines, nnd paying par
ticnlar attention to I'ackt t Freiirhta. . ,
CHAS. T. HIXiSK. r.onoral Agent,
Otiicu ou yVliarf.U'ut
JyTASHVILLE AND CAIRO
jgff Composcii oi tho followini:
SIMM ..Stoator I IIAIU'EK cier'.r
Leaves Cairo every Sunday nt & p.m.
BTBONO -.Muster KOAN Clot .
Leaves Cairo -ery Tuesday nt .1 11.111,
HAHMON Mastor WIUVKK
Leaves Cairo every l'riduy at 8 p.m.
sHTSpeolal attention given to way business Ixdwuea
Cairo and Nashville. . , .
CHA3. T. HINDS. Ooucral Aaen
dec M lur,u7moe ou Wharftt.