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For tlio most decant, rashronabio ana sen-
fconnblo ,iin goods, cmWIng (tho tot,
stvlii. bo to C.oldstino and Rosen water's. IfJ
NOTICE TO TAX PATERS.
Tho w'.lcctoroffleo will ta.clrjstjd to-mor
row (Thu1ay) morning until Fobrunry 1st
Those havins business with tho sheriff will
pftasV&tl on Klchar.l Fitzgerald! Mrlic'ropf-'
ienYs' mo in tho sheriff ofllcc. ' '',
jauIO-dSt L. II. MYERS, Sheriff.
i M),nT (JTM5ASTICSJ IM .mTj
Ladies nnd gentlemen dcslrjng to, learn the
light gymnastic exercises aro horcby informed
that an evening chits will bo formed on Mon
day evening, January 25, in tho commodious
lmll, 140 Commercial avonue, over Elliott &
llaythorn's boot and slide sldro.
For particulars npply to
TDK OA lit CO UltCS.S BALL.
, Tho managers bcij lcavo to announco that,
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inov navu iii.tjvi.iuu . Hucn nrraiiKcnicius as
will distinguish tho "calico ball," to bo given
nt tlic St. Charles Friday iiliht, as tho most
! !., ' i . ,. -r P .."V..
picasaiu anu rccnercno re-union oror'nciu in
tho city. Ladles and gentlemen moving in our
licst,circlcs of socioty have manifested art un-
usual interest in me iinair, wiiiiuinumcmuors
of the Nonpnriol Society, under whoso aus
pices it is given, lmvo Arrang'tvl all tho details
with scrupulous care and exactness. Tho
lario hall will bo brilliantly Hirlitod and
pleasantly warmed. Tho best cotillion band
midmost, thoroughly posted promptors to bo
had in tho city, havq been soenrod hrid oVery
otuor n.rniiigrinent . completed tliut. was
thought nccoiiary to fouro,pliyif tiro oxhilor
nting pastime, hiirmonv anil success. )
Jlv order of tho ma
(.'II AUMtifljkr.XYi cc'y.
Tliere will be u partial eclipse of tho moon
next Wednesday sizo, 11 vo nnd n half digits
on tho'iiorlhorn llnjb. It will bo ,vilM(i jti
Cairo nbout 8 o'clock. In August a total
oclipso of tlio sun occurs.
The first term of tho United States district
court for tho southern 'district of Illinois,
under tlio nvent act of congress, will btiihold
in Cairo on the llrst Monday in March next.
Up to Sunday evening last, thoro had been
twcnly-flvo additions to thy Methodist church
in this city slnco the commencement of the
rovlvnl-that is till in progr.m. Tho presid
ing older, tho rovorend mr. Morrison, tho stn
tloned minister, mr. Lathrop, and thu rever
end I). L. Hawkins lmvo conducted tho ser
vices A greater or more intense- interest in
religion i"t"rs was never awakened Jn tho
city. ' Tho inciting will be continued, It is
said, as long a it, is. rewarded by good results.
There Is a manifest unfairness In tho licens
ing of trading boat to come Into competition
with our family grocers in tho sale of provl.
lons, Thu proprietor of these boats are nt
no expense; they do not incur the oxpenso
cf buildingor renting houses, havo no taxes
to pay, and piu.h out when buslncus becomes
slack with them, carrying off every cont of
money arising from their traffic. Tlieomupo
tltion is unfair and "lunild not by forced npou
our local traders. If the sales of these trun-
lunt Jr.ions wan rtrietia in wl...Iuu)o oji
vratlorHjjhen thoir ir'seiicc hero would Iw
nn ndvnntiigo of which our grocors would
gladly avail ihenMelvm. 'j.lcciucd o retail,
t'ley havo an mlvaiilagu that works to tho in
Jury of citizens in tho ame lino of bu$ln'es.
Thousand of wh.-el-lmrrows ar pausing
tWugli " Citlro for' uie on tho Milslislppl J
l-vtw, south. Th construction and repair
cf tlic-c K'veos will involve tho expenditure
of soviiral millions of dollars.
Tho ohrriffisln hot pursuit of parties owing
purnonal tax. The public sehool.. are greatly
In vJunt of iiioiiny.
Tho wlitirf this morning prtMcntcd scone
of unusual activity, printing Immense piles
of coojiernge, whei-lbarrows, etc., for shij
niont south. Tho u harflwats were also crowd
ed wltlif rViglit. .'''
Unrktas hn'vo a Mueer Idea of wiiat consti
tute Mrt. Ono of this elas ventured this
tuorulng t( wii.h the tilth from his facu the
iKVMimiihttloii of about thre" months; and
while sijuatling ut tlio edge of 'the rlver in
klde he midillo wh.ufbimt, , his eoinpaiiiou
Khovotl him Headlong Into tho water. A'hu
duckl darkoy got out unaxsisttsl, hht it re
quired, a good doalof puhlng and lluuuder
ingtu eiilibli' biili ti do v. ...
J. J. Ilolinos hni nnotii'd ;i wiiole'ile cake
..r.d ernvkr limue on Ohio Laveo at tho old
b'.and of John 11. Carter. Ho i preparrtl to
(III all ordr from olti;;oii and sti.riiiboatmon.
SSKr.ni- ,S" ' ":;T , C",""l?, f"r, f-rvuIuablophliu documents. "Tho doe
neither Hre no o.v.. ..vt. l I, tho n,,rvel of tor . u C0,Jlj,,IcU01w 1)IllC0 , tho houi nnd
cAeryu.dy. No would l.ko t bet tor, however, ) llt ,he acknowledged leader of tho democratic
f It were a littlo moro fro.ly. V fuitr that , 4jlU.. n0 i( dUli.gui.hod by elements of pop-
tho giMila sunshine has developed tho buds of I uIuritv ,wcd i,v few other men In tho
our fruit to an extent that ubjocu them to ,tato of Illinis.
great duiigor from fn-ezing n.'jhts that aro yet ! '
in nwervo for us. In somo localities tho H-A. Hannon has been very uttentivo to
pcachu aru said to be greatly Injured already. ul,r wants, giving us the run of his woll-fllled
We are In hope., however, that this injury j counter for Into dates, news, literary, etc.
hm not extend! tu the Llir orchardsof Ui?vnt ' JJp kevi)iau y on the alert for all tho de-
upon which so mueli depends. , A failure, or !
ti vim a partial failure, of our peach crop this
vt'iir wiu1d be H tore dimter to S, milium
Mayor H olden returned thlsmornirip from
a flying trip to the capital of Missouri. Ho
didn't reach thero in time to prevent tlio
election of Carl Schurz to tho U. 8. senate.
Mr. L. iko. has rt-turnod from Crittenden
Iho iiauio of l, i . Jiutlor, esq., is announced
" r, , n . ' 0Uy u"ornuJ t
Who next ? Come on with your name and .
f .AU..njt.M ...til. -it. . m m
C. Winston is confined to his room by sick
(iulilitino & Itoaonwater givo bargains In
calicoes wuiltns, nnd nil the staple dry eoods.
that ha socnrnl for their ostahlishmont tho
name of the cheap store. jau22.3t
AVohad tho jiloasuruof a call this morning
from John hodnutt.nf tho St. Louis 'Timos.
Mr. Ilrtlnett, who U nut John Pope IJodnott,
ik on a flying binlnos trip to our city.
The bargains givm by Goldstino & Itosoti
water In ;Y, . mti liiH, and ull staple arti
f'' ' t ' Vj " . ! no. is attra tint' thu
1 a'J , .cut buyers,
Tho St. Charles, .Thursday, January 21
HMlMm.Clnelnmtlii A nriJohnsi
J A , -VHHl,"S?fff!.,
J Hodneti, Ht. LouUs 3 'Wright, Pittsburg;1 ,
AHHloelp: J W HI.oi.1oi- Inil niu:
n N Procton . w It Crows, Ky,i
E Marslori, Tenn.f MIsnHloo, TlncctinriT
THIoo. Vinnennea:. W M llnrbliir. N. fl.i
11 K Hall, N. O,; Mm Lov o iScIiildroc, N 0
jiiiiutnmn, in, u.l wia Myers, n. x. ,
r It Bontou, N. T.
VlHKl FIRE I! NHKIM f
"Water I water 1 1 water I ! I Groat Induce
ments I BBrcalnslrbarcaliiK'l .Tho'stock of
clothing, furnishing;goods, boots,, shoos, Ac,
Ac, which was saved byStcrnhcimers Marx
irom tlio Into lire, wilt do sola ni ou par ceni.
less than cost, nl their now hlaco of business.
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No. 84 Ohlojcvoe. Call soon nnd sccuro.barj
gains, as tho goods will be sold at a great stc-
'riflce,, by ordcriofjtho underwriters. , t
A dispatch' from' Columbus, Ky., was re
crlyed.lp-slav. directing the arrest of one Itus
selMyrickrwho,-lt Is-reportcdj-sold n forged
check, for 3100 to mr. llorUm. of .Ulalldvillc.
3Iyrfc1 was nrresfed' on slg'ht, and',' while In
cliariro of tho officer, a second oflkor niiDuared
with a warrant for him, which led toqulto an
angry 'altercation about tho right of posses
3Iyrick liad liidKcd'a borso In Powers live
ry stnWo the night before, uniler circum
stances that aroused suspicions concerning his
right to thp.. animal. A$.no one know any
thing about the matter, and as the forgery was
a crimo over whlclt our'-oflicersvhiul no juris
diction, nil parties interested wcro thrown into
quite u quandary us to tho best course to pur
sue to bring tiieouenuer to puntsnment. ino
iimiviiiuni who casncu mo cucck kiiuv so
much about the laws of Illinois, and was so
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very wise in his own conceit, generally, thai
ho commanded very littlo svmtiathv. At the
hour nt wliich wo write tho complications re
It nut untrcquently occurs, that the city
council utvet permission for prlvnto citizens
to construct sewers todraln their premises Into
tho public sowers. It may not bo gcnorally
known that tlio corporation is accountable, for
all damages to person .or' propprty gro'wlng
out of such permission. If such private sew
ers cave in, Or are left In a condition that 're
sults in the injury of , any citizen or his prop
erty, tho city is llablo for damages. Tho Mew
York court of appeals recently decided a case
In point, holding thnt a municipal corporation
is charged with tho duty of .keeping tho
streets in repair, and cannot shield Itself by
(ho plea that tho'fnjury complained of result
ed fronv thu ti'igllgnneo, 'of A private citizen,
In not keeping his sower in repair. Tho com
plainnpt, who was novoroly injured by a fall
Into a privato lower, was awarded a Judgment
An eminent philosopher furnishes a rccino
whereby towns may bo killed off quickly and
effectively. It konly necessary, ho says, to
go abroad for your ware rather than purchaso
of your home merchants and manufacturers
at the same prico; to doubt tho ability ofymjr
own mechanics to perform work as skillfully
as tho mechanics of other places; and to re
fuse to nrlvertlsii yourbuilneas'so that persons
at a ilMiinco may not suppose that thero Is
any business to advertise
iVo have several town-klllors in Cairo.
whoo conduct is strictly in accordance with
tho spirit of the above recipo. If wo should
name them the list would ombrace tho names
of several who believe' themselves pretty clev
er fellows and very useful citizeni.
The calico dress hall at tho St. Charles
comes off to-night. Tlio, preparation mado
for the occasion, and thu interest manifested
In Its behalf, wlU ne hp't to fill tho hall with
participant. Wo.shall bo thoro or thoro.
about, and If anything notablo transpire it
shall be noted.
Thu best cotillion muslo In tho city has boon
employed; and if the affair Is a distinguished
.success, lu wu feel certain it will bo, tho credit
must bo given to lo Societlo Nonpareil.
There are, at this time, llfly patient under
treatment in St. Mary' Infirmary, thirty
eight of whom aro marines. Thcro has been
no dcatli in thf institution during tho present
The wants of the Inmates aro attended to
with the mo.it scrupulous care, and everything
about tho cstahlUhmt-nt presents an air of
neatnii.ss and cleanliness. The patients speak
In the highest terms of tho treatment they
recuiv, and complain of no -want that goes
"irublo publications, and secures them damp
tftm ''0 I'ress.
T li demand and fair prices paid for pork
in Cairo, are causing a slaughter of all the
porker in tho surrounding territory. Soveral
wagon loads of dressed hogs wore in
market this morning, which woro quickly
snapped up by our packera.
The probato court, aftor n session of four
d , . ftjj0rm,j tills morning. Thero was a
horl called session for genornl business on
Wednesday, hut nothing
,10t0 WM up for uction.
worthy of public
All excitement or apjirohonslon on account
of tho small pox has cntlroly subsided. "Wo
hear of no new cases, and most of tho old oii"s
aro convalescing. Thodlscaeo confined itself
chlufly to tho negroes.
Tho stock of wlntor clothing nt Ooldstlno
fc & Kojenwater's Is large, and contains every
, article belonging to that lino for which thero
i is any demand in this market. Tho best nnd
choapet aro what tho peoplo want, nnd G. -U.'s
Is the place to buy them. Jan22-3t
' The stock of beautiful dress goods, embrac
ing poplins, rep, merinos, oto., at Goldstino
i & Koaen water's, ate very cheap, fashionable
and desirable. No storoin.tho-city.prcscuts
a bottorlecilon jn tbU Hne. Jw22-3t
"FIITT MILKS mOM CAIIIO."
Tho editor of tho Padocah iJlfcraldV affect
great happiness over tho fact that Paducnhiii
fifty miles abovo the mouth of tho Ohio.
Tho nerversenoss of somo men, "who aro
other wYsoVcsnYclablet" Is ' really- Monishlng,
The mouth of tho Ohio Is the recognized
head of uninterrupted navigation. The hun
drodi of thousand-ton steamers i that Jaccom
modatc tho commcrco of tho Mississippi Val
ley can ply bctwocn Cairo and Now Orleans
twolvo( months oCtho year, thus placing tho
Northwesl in constant communication with
the great markets of tho world, both hi homo
nnd abroad. If It is a sourco of enjoyment
I III1U UUiUItU. XI II
to Q cut 0jf'rhti
a sieht of these "marine
monsters" dur nt' a ncriou of nvo or six
months every year, tho editor of tho 'Herald'
ought to'boias'happv as ho profossca to be.
Ho has advantages that wo arc not Uisposeu
to deny to him. During two or threo months
every year he can conio down, to . Cairo ,on
skates and "rub up" his manners by contact
with our citizens. IJurinc two or three
months of, overy year ho can follow tho
smooth bed of tho Ohio, and visit us astrido
It is a notorious fact that tho 'Herald' man
lias nn inte'nso aversion for w6rk!' 'Situated
ns ho is. fifty miles from tho great railroad
and commercial center of tho Mississippi Val-
loy, cut off by ice in the winter and sandbars
jn thu summer, from ever placo except tho
rural surroundings of Mayfleld, ho is not an
noyed, at froquont. intervals, clthor by tho
din of actlvo business, tho rattlo of steam cars,
or tho whUtlo of steamboats. Doing "fifty
m!lcAu from tho center of thoso "obnoxious
noises" ho avows himself "happy" and prob
, , -tPOUCK HATTfcKH.i . J
(Iloforo iilre fclisnnosy P. M.)
Tho old 'squlro was In unusual "feather"
this morning, tho night having been produc
tive of a couple of cases In wliich thcro was
Thomas Mills, a stcambo&tman, grew hila
rious from tho etl'ects of corn juice, and took
it upon hiinsolf to monopolize the sidowalk.
Our police being essentially "down" on mo
nopolies, brought' Thomas to account. His
capers cost him tho sum of six dollars.
The next on tho docket, v Tom Durkc.
no took on board a cargo of "forty-rod" that
developed in him n disposition to bo abusive.
Happening to encounter the female portion
of a rcspectablo Commercial avenue family,
ho shot off his mouth in a most reprehensible
manner, and actuallv thrcatend a commence
ment of active hostilities. Ho was taken in
charge, fined five dollars, and having no mon
ey was given a pass to tho calaboose, where ho
will enjoy a sojourn of eleven days.
Tho third and last case was that of Tctcr
Ilrown, mate, of tho Thompson Dean, who, to
keep his hand in, had given ono or his negro
deckhands a scientific drubbing. Tho 'squire
assessed a flno of nvo dollars against him, and
a cost bill of five dollars and ninety-five
cents, which ho paid with cheerful alacrity,
remarking that ho shold probably avail him
self of Cairo s low prices to whip a nearo
dvorv tlmo ho landed hero.
Tho editor of tho" Paducah 'Herald who is
0110 of the roioit actlvo nnd untiring gcntlo
men wo ever knew, is the father of thirteen
children. He hat made a Noblo contribution
to tho population of Kentucky, nnd Is "doing
sis well as could he expected under tho cir
cumstances." Two city officials had a sprightly littlo pass
nt fisticuffs this morning, but neither ono of
thorn being rry angry no claret flowed. Tho
caso came up before 'squiro Shanncssy who
assessed a fine of $3 against tho party ho con
ceived tobj tho offender; but tho offender not
coinciding with tho judgment of tho 'squiro
proposes an appeal to a higher tribunal.
Mrs. Roberts Is canvassing tho city for sub
scribers to Alexander II. Stephens' great
work, entitled "A Constitutional view of tho
War between tho States." It I scarcely nec
essary for us to commend this carefully elab
orated, unapartizan publication to tho favor
able consideration of tho" public.
Tort I.Ut tor the Twrnly.four Iloun Kntl
hiK nt Two o'clock, P. M.
On. AmUrson, C0I11111.; Win. While, PaJncali;
Oelarls.rinefiinatl; Armla, Krannllle;
Tyrone, Nnliill-i H.H. Tunler, JlcinphU;
Ilcllf Mviiiplns, M. Lniilsj ImU Krl So. 3, .V. O.j
(Jen. Anl-rxoii, Cohmi.t Wm. White, JJucah;
lli-llo Me mi.lil. Mtiaplil; OctaTln, Ark. Itlr;
Lake l.nn .So. 3. 1'iit... . Armklu, Kvanvlllej
II. H. rumor, f-t, Lotus; Tlioinjuon Dean, .N. O.
Tho weather Is again clear and beautiful,
wiJi a tcnijieraturo cool but very pleasant.
Tho Mississippi is rising a very littlo at St.
Louis, and seems to bo vibrating dally, as It Is
not quoted alike two days in succession. It
is first rising, then falling, then stationary,
then rising and again falling successively.
Tho Ohio Is falling steadily at Louisville,
Cincinnati and Pittsburg, with 5 feet largo
nt tho latter point, and 11 feet over tho falls.
All tho tributaries of tho Ohio are falling.
Tho weather at Pittsburg continues cold
and wintry, with an occasional light fall of
Hero tho rlvorhas bocomo stationary, as wo
predicted, and will probably bo falling this
Business coiitinuos fair.
Tho Thompson Doan remainod horo until
this morning, and consequently added much
more than sho at first expected. Her receipts
at this port foot up 4,500 bbls flour and 300
tons hay and miscellaneous freight, a total of
about 770 tons. As sho had 1,250 tons on
board when sho arrived, sho had thoreforo
about 2,020 tons whon sho doparted, and was
not near loaded.
Tho Paulino Carroll rocelves hero 100 hogs
and about 100 tons assorted freight, which is
all she could add to hor already good cargo.
Tho Tyrono brought U pkgs cedar waro
for Chicago. 17 hhd tobacco, CO bbls flour, 10
tons sundries for Now Orleans, nnd tho foil
lowing cargo freight:
Clias, Gallighcr 124 bags wheat, 250 empty
flour barrels j G. D. "Williamson 11 turkoys,
31 chickens, 1 box. butter j.Smith Torrenco..
Co. 17 boiler plates, 1 boiler head; William
Yocum 4 quarters bee. , , i r ,
Tho Armada brought 25 bundles splits for
Ht. Louis, 10 hhus tobacco ior'ow vorkvper.i
run, -j sugar kcuicj, ... juica nwni imu
Hollow waro, 8 cattle. 30 coops poultry, 103
bbls meal and flour, 173 bbls potatoes, 100
bbls whiskey, 800 Jacks corn, lOhhdg tobacco
for reshipmcnt south; and tho following
Cairo freight: 0. Schultr. 1 box eggs; H.
Myers 4 caddies tobacco; F. Durham 8 pkgs
The Wm. Whitc-capt. Northun, clerk Jas.
Bevorly, rosumed'her trips yesterday ns tho
regular Cairo and Paducah packet, jin placo
of the Milbroy. ,JJ3uring her long rcat tho
Whito has rocolvod a now pair of chimneys
and has had all necessary repairs mado lo her
machinery and general outfit, nnd is no in
splendid order. This swift and ,comfortablo
littlo steamer is of.irreat benefit to our citi
zens nnd thoso ofPaducah and to tho dwellers
along tho shores lntarmcdiatn,tnud wovhopo to
see her well sustnlned. Ifcr officers aro very
obliging, nnd well worthy of patronage' Our
citizens should do all in thoir power to sus
tain all packets which make Cairo a terminus
of their trips.
Tho Quickstcn.-a:ni)t. Dextor. clerks Grnm-
mar and Pennington, is the regular mall and
paengcr packet for Evansvlllo nnd way
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points this evening.
Tho Kubicon enpt. Illakc. Ms tho regular
packet for Vicksburi: and Tvny points this
dipt. J. II. Archer takes command of tho
City of Alton nnd will run her in tho St.
Louis and Vicksburg trnde. She will bo tho
next boat In tho lino after tho ItublcOn,
iV wiiarfboat Is to bo placed at tho mouth of
the AN abash to facilitate shipments south.
James Cartwright, an old river pilot nnd
well-known citizon, died nt bis residence on
Cloyd'ii creek, Tcnnesse, on Sunday last. Ho
was a brother of capt. John Cartwright, for-
norly commander of the A. Baker.
Wo destro to call the attention of all steam-
boatmen to tho section of tho Internal Jllovo
nuo bill whioh provides penalties for carry-
ng or having in poiseisiou anv empty ensks
or vussvla having upon them a liquor In-
pector stamp. Section 43 provides, In tho
first place, that tho person who empties the
cask or vessel having an Inspector's brand
upon it, shall efface and entirely obliterate
said brand. Next, if any railroad or other
transportation company, or person shall
have such empty cask, from which the brand
has not been removed or obliterated, or shall
avo any part of a cak 011 which such
brand is pasted and not obliterated in their
possession, with intent to transport it. thev
shall forfeit threo hundred dollar for each
cask or part thereof. If any boat, railroad,
person shall actually carry! or transport
uch a package, the railroad, bout, car, cart,
Iray, wairon. or other vehicle, and nil hom,
or other animals used in carrvini: or trans
porting the same shall be forfeited to tho
If any person s"hall rcceivo such packages
with Intent to transport them, or who
shall by any mean have them In his posses
sion, or shall have a stamp which has onco
lxcn used, ho shall bo deemed gulltvof n felo
ny, and on conviction lmll bo lined not less
than ilvu hundred dollars nor mora than ten
thousand dollars, and shall be imprisoned not
less than 0110 year nor moro than Jive.
Steamboatmen cannot ho too careful whero
such tremendous penalties aro involved, and
second clerks and agents for steamers should
remember that In the jirescncc of such an in
famous and arbitrary law they stand with ono
foot nlmost Insldo the penitentiary door.
For City Attorney.
Vioarfanlliorlied to Announce Dim I, J, BLTI.EIt.
Fq , Hill Imu ciuitlnlatp fur re-election to tlieolllce nl
Cit j Attorney, mt.Ject to IIih ilecl.ion of the democratic
f'ON MliiVe. master, will
W KVKMNO. January
. T. IIINMK. AB nt.
esre Ca ro Til
ftt A n'Hoelc. CIIA
THE jPEOPIE'S COLXDIN.
Wants, For Sale, Far lltnt, l.tii, Found, and
J'ersomt, pnblUhtd in thin column fur tight
crim u mir,jur onr intcruun,
WAXTKll-.YU'iJinlcr County OrilTrx, ;it WcTT.
on theiJolUr, for nil kinl ori.uinl.r nnd Iliiil-
W. W. TIKHI.NTU.N.
WAWTKU-Calro lly rl. t Ws-entt on IIih
dollar, for Ml kuidn of I.unilx-r and lliillilerk'
Material Reni rslly. W. W. THtin.NTO.V.
Tnoil ALE-My rtsidinto on Kialith street, at
ion iiiisi ttU't uil
I on ey ii.irinentn.
11. n. II.MIKKI.I..
DR. II. WAUUNKIl-ItendriK-.-, No, M Wnt
niitaircet.nenr Kfi(lithi.trect. Offiep, otrl'ost.
Oltlre. Ortlce lic.urs, 10 to 12 a.m. and 1 lo S p.m., U
nuiinii-u wiwi irmn, in'iiiui) iiu'oiih- limner.
fJ DtCALKII IN
lluttcr, Lard, Eggs, Poultry, Game,
Can Fruit mid Yegotabloss,
Hay and Orln ou Coamiiiloa,
Eighth Street (north side) near Ohio Lrvte.
J. K. FROST, AkciiI,
Ho. 73 ObloIever Cairo, III.,
CHOICE VAMKTIKS OK8EKD I"OTATOr,
As follow i
The Karly Goodrich,
The Karly NcwUad,
The I.mte Harrison,
Also, all kinds of Kruit Trees, sueli bh
Peach, l'ear, Applo and Cherry,
Ilasnberry and Htrnwbcrry Plants, Clrope
janiodtfj Vine, c.
Estate of Samuel It. JfaUiday, deceased,
Tlio undersigned havinc been ajipolntod executor
and eiecntrix of tlio lust Mill and leslumenlof Samuel
II. Halllday, luto of the county of Alexander nnd Hutu
of Illinois, deceased, hereby givo notice Hint tlicy will
appear lierore the county court of Aloxander county,
at the court lioiisu In thu city of Cairo, Illinois, nt tho
March term, on tho third .Monday in .March next, ut
which time ull person lim ine claims ngninsl eald
tato aro notlticd ami re(iieled to attend for tlio pur
)osof huvlntt the iiaino ndjinin-d, All neron In
debted to said ctato uro requeiitud to mako Immedi
ate. p.imentto tho undi-rii;iied,
Dated tliU Sutladav or January, A. ft. 1S0L
IlP.NItY U. II.U.I.IIIAY, Hxeoulor.
liizzu; it. HAi4.iiAy. r.xccuirlx,
Jnn2O-0 of Bumuel 1J. llallulny.
win r r no at.
cauo TBAissria co.
OnAS. T. HINDE,
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION
C.IIKO TUAS1 Kit OJIPANY
rriirnilirtl Hill or
AVRIlftUlC JL"OllIl ujr
lull or Water
rflI'ECIALvrrKSTIOS TO KOltWAUKINQ.
ATLANTIC AM.) isais&irri
MTKA2KS1II1" tilJll'AA i
COMPROMISE LINE STEAMERS
DNTXl-X7Cr , 0 X. Xi OEJ KX I
W. II. AltTHUH. (UHTr.lt Master,
I.ADV UAV .....iiriiK. Mtr,
HUTU. l'iXllt.M. M--terr
IAUI.I.K tlAlllHM,l....wiuir.. fiiuu r,
HIM. si. MICK .K.VTHIKKN, Mailer
MKZIK IJIIjI-.. ('NKIIj, Mu.lrr,
COMMOSrWKAIni ....-COM.V, l.-tc,
OLIVE HHAXt'll JO.NEH. Mister.
CONTIStlC.NTAI.... ...-.(lIlKKNUl'llll Mail t
Comprising all the flni-l and larnnt bouUoiitof w
Onn t.tthn Niti llnoiif itcuincM will lenre (Vilr i
for New Orlen eery other day, coniieotinn at Netr
Orleans with Ocean Line of steamers lo
Liverpool, New York, ltntton, anil finlre
von, a cun
1'a'nenKers and Shipper can rvly on onn ff lh-e
luiiita lrarlii Cairo aim tually m abutr. v ill MV
trt cular atteinion io uu ireiiiiii"i-iu it-intMi..
lo New Orleans. CIIA.4. T. I1INIJE,
IICIIlTi AKt'm Mill Vi
tn'.. . tt. .. f,,.l lr t ..... Ii.tr.
KP. F. SI-WO.V. r-ener and Ticket Agvut.
Ottlee, at -St. (.hre llutel.
jyj-EMPIIIS AND ST. I.OUIS
H T K A H K II H.
Tlie fnIlowInK lloiU i omu-ue lliin l.ino and will on
run In the fnilowlnft order :
M. E. FOIIKVTII ......ZKIfll.KIl, Master.
.MAIIIU.K C1X1. n-. M, V""''
C1TV OK ALTO....M.TllIIW, JIMter
IIKI.LiK MaCMI'III..... I IIAK, .Matter,
CITV OK CAIIIO. ...MAI.I., Mter.
Prntnnl kitenllou will bi! t.liil to all !UineSj ill'
lrntei ut the rare of Ihetc IjU.
Krrlaht and Ticket Oltlre incolnimnr wharf-boat. 1.1
front of Cltr Nation) lUnk.
' . r . . . ......... t,. . .
KD. Y. MrsSON, Ticket and IMsM-nger Aellt.
KM1MIIS, AVUITK ItlVKIt AND
Jil l Tldi JlUUfw
L'NITKII HTATKS MAIL I.I.M-
JOIIN II. IIAVIH, Mun'l, Memphl. Teno--.
The splentlld siilf-wlii't-l
MAVKLOWKII7 COJI.M KHCI.VI. aud
I.eate Memphis esery Tl'rI).r, TIIUIDAV suuJ
HATUHI'AT, at S p.m., for White Hirer, Connecting!
tll' lllutl with tlio Meim.lup ami I.lttln lUVkt IM
for Little Hock and Hot M.rmi:. Tnuo fxum
Memphi'i to I.iiiIk Iturk, U hour.
rrenjms an't i-H.nurr neipieu our mo w-
Line at loaer rate Hull nv i4lirr rullle
CIIAS. t lil. Mil-:. AKeni, riro. ill
Ultlco oa WliirM-l
gT. LOUIS, CAIRO AND VICKSHUIM.J
AllSSI Who, tilnn.ll,l
HUIIICON ..Ilt.AKK. Matter.
JUI.IA . M..Mx;KWtKH).Ma.Wi
I. l'.MI.NAIlV. I.t'KKIt. M.ler.
II. .I..SIIHKVK... -..(.AltTLIt, Master
Pas Cairo itoIiil- tin utreani eserr Pt'.N'tH V iui I
Tl'I)AY,ndondiintrip fry THL'RSUAr and
bl'.NIiA V, makim; close counei tion uilh
Vlckkhursf anil Merlillan Ilallroad,
Keluta and Meridian llallrnnd
Xew Orleans, Jarkson and Rrrat Xorllicrn
Through riveinl en en to any uinl nil points on tb
xald roaI, with rocKCU for Yuton Hirer.
Hpeoiul attention Kn to nllwuy h'lulne lietwvn
Cairo und Viekhlriirtr.
CIIA. T. IIIMU't. Ceneril A;ent
Ortiee on Wharf-lrf)'
Jgl VANS VIL1,K AND t'AIKO
r,itlBtultit rif llm rjilbiwtrtrr
S.SpIi'nJliI l'liisciitrcr Stcaiufra :
DL'SOL'CIIKT Master KOWLKIt (l-rk
Learo Cairo Sunday and Thtirnday at 5 p.m.
DKXTKlt Miuter OIlAMMKIt Oer'
Liarc Cairo Tuo.lay and Friday at S p.m.
HOWAHI) Master WHKIHT .CSerk
Learea Cairo Weduemiay und Saturday at 5 p.m.
Making all Intermediate landings, and paying par
ticular attention to Packet KrelijIiU.
CIIAS. T. 1IINDK. (leneral Ajjent.
Otlice on Whrf-lJit.
JASHVILLK AND CAIRO
(F5t uompospci oi mo loiiowiti"
r a Aiiir,itrj ;
SIMB Master IIAlti'KIt cterk
Leave Cairo every Sunday at 8 p.m.
6THO.NU Master Kfi.VN Ciei'
Leaves Cairo overy Tuesday at 0 p.m.
IIAltMON Master WEAVKIl.- Cler.
Leave Cairo every Friday at fi p.m.
kHrSpeelalattoiitir" given to way business between
Cairo and .Niulmllo.
. CII.VS. T. IIJNPK, (icneral Agcn
deceit 6Sa Olllco oa Wharfbat