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Tho sinnii-pox Is confined, now, altogothor
lo tlio nogrow. Thoro aro fifteen case in
tho .Sister' Mississippi lovco hospital, and
ten cases in tlio pest-housc, near tho upper
lereo junction. No now cases roportctl, and
tiearlr nil the old ones aro convnlcscinjr.
The city charter and tho bill to repeal tho
Uw establishing tub court of common pleas,
havo pacsotl tho legislature so eaid, although
wo havo seen no official announcement of tho
fact. "Wo aro not ndvised as to whether tho
lfiw abolishing tho court of common pleas
oes into immediate effect, or after the holding
of tho term of court already proviueu ior
A countryman visited "negro, row" on
Commercial avenue, on baturuay last, to sell
Mime game, and finding a customer, ho drow
out his pockctbook' to make tho necessary
change. A crowd of negroes gathered around,
and one of them Fcclng'a flvo dollar bill in
the country man's hand snatched it and run
out the back way. The other negroes collectod
in the door to as to cut oft" pursuit, and tho
tlii6fmn'do good his escape.
If thoro aro any candidates in the field ex
cept those who havo announced themselves,
Ihoy uru losing time. Tho 'Bulletin' tells
eight hundred city readers it little story about
tho candldntos named in its columns, every
tvoning, whllo tho names of other candidates
are riot inado known to fifty voters, bo thoso
other candidates ever so industrious
iiring in your announcements then "make
liny while "tho sun shines" ami don't forgo't
the grand pre-re-iiii'iltc, viz; .tho. live dollar? I
Tlio finest stock in gents' furnishing goods,
nt 138 Commercial avenue. O-.'lt
Tho Cairo Casino, nboiiovolent organization
among our German citizens, paraded tho
streets this forenoon, prooiitliig n really flno
nnd imposing appearance. They were dress
ed uniformly in black, and wore handsome
sashes of black, red and .yellow, .winch combi
nation 'of color is said to'bonr the signification
"through blood and death wo achlevo a gol
tlen liberty." The procession was lead by
the Cairo Sliver Comet Hand which thrilled
every listener by the charm of its music.
Tho society, concluding their parade, re
paired to School's Hall whero they partook of
a sumptuous dinner.
Tho bargains given by Goldstlnc it Koscn
water in calicos, muslins, and all staple arti
cle in tliu dry goods lino, is attracting tho
attention of all piuduiit buyers tf
Fiiti:: nut::: niu::::
Water! wntr!! watorlll Great induce
insyiU I,, llargnlin1 bargains! Tho stock of
oldUiiui, Airnishiiig good, hoot, shoes, &c,
&c, which wis savi-d bySternheiineriV Mnr.x
fffimlHb lata firo, will lie sold at 50 per cent,
low than cost, at their now place of builne-.
No. 8 OIlio lovco. Call soon and aucuru bar
gains, as tho goods will be sold at n great sac
rifice, by order of tin4 underwriters.
llSefore Kn'iuir.j llrM, 1'. M.
Tim ooilo eoinplalnod of on a Klixa Lewi,
that; whorous, li dk In saiga ted by tho dovil,
she ajiprojirmUnl 75, the money of .John
Curroii. The evidence boing oonohiiivo m to
l.liM i guilt, she wan ukvl to give Iiuil in
tht iuib of $100 QH to appear abuvo and ar
nwflr. No 111 Jail.
lamw ('lark vrs asked 'f he hud Won guil
ty of unseemly condu.-t. Denying tho ".'o ft
iMpMchiMcnt,-" and thure being no witness to
prosecute tho charge, .lainus was discharged.
TjhtittK-k of beautiful dw.goodi, ymbrue
ingrpHhi, rep, merino, tc, at GoldsUnu
V KdMUwatarV, aro very cheap, fashionable
uud dofirable. No store in tliu city presents
n Utter wilectiori In tlds IhilV 1 ,' jan2I-3t
cavi iti.covnit m win:.
W'v mw ii long, t'toitrllng. angular, chain
bMi.tt nsajro limn in earcli of a lawyer, this
looming, to adjust on oof the million dpuuistle
osisbrogllo that wi their origin to the rebel
lion. It iijvjmar that thissperiinuii of u ''man
anil hrotliw ' Ih'hiu. 'jmrutl from hi "bet
tr lmff at Dm Are, Arkari-as, during linnlo
brilliant mirtjur in that stsittf, tho wif'u making
lier wj to Mswptils mid thence to Cnir
and the hiuU.ud iuliwing the i'rtuut of
l!uks' army. After a rasidctujii of three
yuan in Cairo, the wife coneelvi'd that it was
"not good to be alone,'' and therefore took
unto hanolf a man, half heliuving, half hoping
that her roal hitiband had nhuilled oil'
the. mortal coil, und would not turn
up to inolost h.T newly found oon
uubial folluity. Hut AU'rod (micIi 1 hi
numo) didn't "shufllo oil" wortii u ovnt, and
olio day last weuk reached Cairo, ragged and
pcnulk'U, to find his wife "basking in tho
finilw" of another darkt-y, alni'ta ugly as
hiimolf. It llrnt occurred to him that ho
ought to biiiiuh tome furniture, but tho big pro
IKirliuui of tlio liuiliuiid iiuinl.r two ajipear
iug on the nnn, win r totuuols obtained,
and Alfred satlrtinl liliiiielf by an appeal to
tho woman' unu of juttico to do him tho
"clean thing." Iiecause ho didn't come
along with him j because she called him an
ugly, trilling, no-account negro, because she
threatened to Miiash the hovel over his head,
and commit other uci of unwomanly vio
lence, Alfred sought the aid of a lawyer. Ho
solemnly avers that'tho woman is hi "gos-pul-wedded
partner," and that if ho goti her
back, he'll wallop every kink out of her hair
If slio ilon t behavo herself and stop lior "oaj
in" around other nygrocs. And to further
this aiuinblu purpoto ho nought a lawyer.
I.IUIIT (HJIXASTKIi IS t'IIII.IHUOXU! H,I.
. .Thuvlas in gj'Hiuiwtlc will bii formed in
IMiilharnionlc Hall, 72 Qhb levee, instead of
P.lliott'it hull, as ad vertlned. Tho furuiur hall
s found to be much better udaptrd for tho ux
crcisei. Tho cliis.1 will bo orgaulr.ed Monday
Terim, $B, for u courio of twenty lcnoiu.
jull23d3l K. 1. iiUHLINllllAU.
XOlll'i: TO TAX I'AYKHS.
Tlio oollootor olllco will bo closou to-mor
row (Thursday) morning until February, 1st
f hoo having bu-inwj with tho sheritl will
j lt a ucall on Iti' liard Fitzgerald, who repro
n' ii" in the Bhtr'lv ollk-e.
uu20.d'.t U. 11. MYEltS, Shorirf,
Tho Itov. 0. H. Footo dolivercd, from his
pulpit last night, a noat1 nnd instructivo lec
ture on tho prido of tho human heart. A
larno nmlicnco gavo him nn attentive hearing
Tho rovival in tho M. E. church closed on
Friday oventng last, having boon protracted
for a period of over thrco weeks, 'llio mem
borslnp of tlio church (if thoso received on
probation finally enter tho church) will bo
nearly doubled, as ono of tho results of tho
On Tuesday caning 15c v. Mr. Coc, rector
of tho church of tho Kcdecmor, of tho city,
will lecturo boforo tho Academy of Science,
at tho Athcnotim. AVo bespeak for tho rov
crend gentleman a largo and appreciative au
Quito a number of our citizens, members
of tho bar, etc., aro in nttendanco on tho leg
islature. Wo hopo thoy will unito in an ef
fort to press to a favorablo result our applica
tion for tho utato taxes of tho county for n pe
riod of ten years. Tho claim is founded in
justice nnd the legislature should recognize
Tho new Catholic church, for which tlio
foundation is prepared, will, when finished,
be much the largest and most imposing struc;
turo in tliu city.
Tho colored population word out in full
strength yostordny, presenting moro hues
tlinn tho poacock or rainbow. Tho prido in
dress, manifested by some of tho moro gaudi
ly arrayed ones, was amusing.
A gentleman who essayed tho task of dri
ving homo n young cow, with her "first born,"
yesterday morning, Mas lifted on the horns of
tho animal and thrown an awkward somer
sault for attempting to pick up the calf, whoso
weak legs wcro not equal to tho weight of tho
body. Gentlemen in tho vicinity heard sev
eral expressions from tho lips of tho tossed
ndividual that sounded wonderfully liko "cuss
True to what is now u custom, fifteen or
twenty negro boys assembled on the vacant
lots on tho corner of nineteenth and l'oplar,
vosterday, nnd indulged in n species os gym
nastics, spiced with an occasional fight, that
proved an annoyance and nuisanco to the
Coyno's ball-alley is in splendid order now,
and attracts crowds of porson, as well thoso
who relish an indulgence in tho invigorating
gamo as thoso who liko to bo lookers-on.
There is just now nn unusual per cent, of
beggars in tho city some of them Urong,
lusty fellows that nhould be at work on tho
railroad, whoro they aro wanted. It would
bo well for tho police to ask one or two of
these geutry to danco attendance boforo Ilross
If there aro candidates in tho field whoso
names do not uppear in tho column of an
nouncements, wo havo no notieo of tho fact
which wp can regard its reliable. V'o receive
information of this kind only through tho an
nouncements. It is about time now to replant troos and
shrubs, and do your trimming. Several fam
ilies in town havo already sown lettuce.
Thoro woro twonty-nlx dog- in ono drove,
nuar tho fourth ward markethotue yestorday
uft "-noun, and at ono tlmo nonrly twenty of
them woro tangled uji in it promiscuous light.
'Oh, for u thouiand " dog killers.
liod Culley, of Cairo momory, is now liv-
imr in Jetlerson Citv, Missouri.
It is a fact that lias not escaped tho attn-
tion of imy old citizen that nopowon or fam
ily loaves Cairo permanently. They endure
their "banishment" one, two, and sometimes
live years, but thuy aro euro to return, and
nine times out of ten, poorer than whon they
Tho widest stretch in tho Ohio river is di
roetly in front of l'aducah. At this point it
I only thlrtvnino hundred feet from bank to
"A.S. It., .lonwboro" Ve, sir, there aro
snddlor in Cairo; but as none of them ad
vertim for it, it is jirobablo that they aro
wholly indifferent about patronise from
Northern Illinois has akod tho legislature
for an appropriation of $r.'0,000 to build a
Hospital for her sick and indigent people.
Thoro i a strong probability that tho appro
priation will bo made. If it i, upon what
prlnolploof Justice can tlio petition of Alex
ander county for own state taxas bo refused ?
AVo havo borno our own pauper burden and
much that wu- not our own, without a dollar
frim any source except our own pockets.
The stook of wlntor clothing at Ooldstlno
it Jiosenwator is large, and contains every
rtielo belonging to that lino for which thoro
Uanv demand in this market. Tlio best and
eaneit aru what the people want, and G. &
I me piaco to ouy ilium. juii-.-h
A prominent Fourth "Warder accopted the
attentions of candidates, Saturday evening,
with tho almost invariable result. Tho twen
tieth glaa of "old rye" was et out, with tho
ustomary glass of water, which was to nerve
os too "night cap. ' t)ur frlesid. having
grown somewhat mUty (n vision, grasped tho
lass of water, and with a "hero s to you
boy d," throw the harmless liquid behind his
couiitonanco witli a relishing smack that in.
licated tho iutonscst satisfaction. Shoving
U o glaAj of liquor toward tho barkeeper, ho
remarked that ho never drank water after
whUkov it didn't sot well with him to mix
ltockweil ii Co. and II. A. Hunnon have
all tho magazines for Fobruary. Harper Is
TIIK CASINO ISA LI. TO-MtillT.
Tho members of tlio Cairo Casino will havo
n merry time of it at School's hall to-night.
Tho inaskcrd will no doubt fill tlio large hall,
and music, dancing, wit, .humor, flow of soul,
etc., will bo tho order of tho night. For a
period of two weeks or moro tho occasion has
boon looked forward to ns onu that would bo
productive of Infinite sport and Jollity. No
arrangomcnt has been loft incompleto, as tho
gentlemen to whom tho management was
confided aro adepts in such matters, and
evinced a detormiuat on from tho start to
mako tlio atl'air a grand succoss.
' Jnmcs Ityan and II, Blianncssy announce
themselves in this issuofor police magistrate,
John V. Hely for city clerk, J. B. Taylor for
city treasurer, and JlichaobJJasubrick for city
Tho St. Charles, Sunday1, JaniUry'24. (T
II M Mttn.IoTlllc.St J,ouli K II BUMell.St Loulsr
I)r VinTirUlodr,8t lx)iils;0 Miller, EnTlllc;
II It llonnett, AJIUrnw. ,
II W. loxltann llllnM' H DutIS. JllltlOiV. ,
II W Jackaon, llllnolc;
U' t Mn., II
Mr Jlcaonry, nuuon;
F F Ailca 4 wife, Bt Louis; lg,l''n!TNu',
Ij t Parker. Mcmrhls:
A F Moffatt, Memphis;
O M Moffat,
A J Jojrco, 8t I.ouls;
WO Alfred, N. o;
Ml Kntofojflor, N 0;
O I'eok, N T;
J h Hopkins, Ccntrulla;
A Ii Smith, Chicago!
II Linden. Cincinnati;
( tijience, Centralis;
j W Owen. Hi Louis;
Miss Frank Taylor, Oi
EA Morse, St Lonl;
T J Jewetl, So Ex Co;
j A Winilmm, city;
J Iloilnetl, St Louis;
FH Axtoll, Clncianatl;
J JOIIe.Ht Loalsi
J M HnbbliifNowMailrM; M Hemlerson, 8t Iuls;
A Williams, N Y; OAKuvIs,
1, tln..nl.,m K
II lloseiuimi, uiiKininui
IKK WAMiElt "AT HIS OMl THICKS."
Aftor a rctlromcnt of a few years Iko Wnl
dor has returned to the clothing business, and
has opened In ids building on tho corner of
Sixth and Lovco streets, ono of tho best as
sorted ktocks of clothing ovor brought to
Cairo. Woman understands tho Cairo trado
bettor than "Walder does, and ho uses his
knowledgo to tho best advantage. Ho knows
when, how, what and where to buy, and gen
erally manages it to furnish customers tho
best bargains our market affords. Ho treats
his customors woll, deals honestly with them,
und has therefore thoconfidenco of;ovorybody.
Call nnd fco him.
A mooting of tho Cairo Casino was held to
day, at the hall, at which tho following reso
lution was unanimously adopted, and ordered
to bo published :
Jlesolvcd, That tho sincero thanks of tho
Casino aro licroby tendered to tho Cairo fail
ver Cornet Hand for tho music gratuitously
furnished bv tho band on the occasion of tho
celebration "bv the Casino of its first annivcr-
arV. ' UAllL Ji. l IIOWA!", oeu .
Cairo, 111., Jan, 2D.18C0.
Those that enn Stc Mil Wlmly, can le
Mnile lo sec I'lnliily.
Taber Hrothers aro now in receipt of one of
tho lamest and finest stocks of spectacles and
oyo-glasses over offered to tho public in this
market, conslstlni: of stool boweu spectacles,
shell, vulcanized rubber and steel framed eyo
glasses, in tho most fashionable and oxqulsito
styles, for Indies and gentlemen.
These uoods woro purchased of tlio celebra
ted manufacturing optician firm of James "V.
Twcen & Co., Philadelphia, l'a., antl scicciou
by u first class optician of that city.
"Wo aro prepared to furnish mathematical
instruments, for drawing, survoylng and civil
engineering; also, philosophical, astronomi
cal instruments, &c, of those eolobrated mak
ers. Taiikii Hkotjikrk.
Cairo, 111., January 25, loOO-Ct
Tho candidates aro at work among tho dear
people; nnd cleverer fellows, individuals
more solicitous respecting tho general health,
or moro attentive to tho "imbibulativo long
ing" of tho person whom they may happen to
be addressing, woro novor seen. They were
at work in tho fourth ward yesterday. A
match gamo of ball at Coyne's nlley called
out a largo crowd of voters, nnd if u single
votor loft tho promise beforo ovory ono of
the candidates manifested a concern for his
individual health and happiness, it was so be
cause ho was an adept in tho sclenco of dodg
Tho wharf, this morniug, was quite lively
in tho matter of din and confusion, but not
unusually o in u business point of view.
The wharf-boats wero well stocked with
freight for rohlpment, and small lots were
being distributed to local merchants. Tho re
tail trado in the city particularly In the dry-
goods and clothing departments in lively, as
marchants aro hurrying off their winter goods
to inako room for spring stocks.
A bill ha been Introduced into tho legisla-
lnture to regulate thn compensation of the
county judgo and associate Justices of Alex
ander countv. o hope it will pass, for tho
prinent per diom is entirely out of proportion
with tho labor and responsibilities of tlio
t List fiirtlir Forly-t lKlit Hours Knil
liiK at Tivo o'clock, I. .M.
fien. Aii'li-rx.n Cnliiin.; Win. White, I'mllk'uti:
l.umiiutr). Vi' kaMirkS
lluU. HUM), Mi'inMils;
HiImt I.uku, "
Hrmni .No. 3, "
Nick LonKorth, I.oaisv
I.e(j.il Trii.ler, "
Ihiml Wutts, Ht. I.OUi.J
Ham I'rown, "
Oily of Alton, "
HItm M'hii, "
Ciimtrlh I, F.ransTille;
i.iM'ny .o. i, wiiceiinK,
l.uHrinr.-, (:u iiumtl;
l.mte Gill hi. Louis;
(ii'ii. An'l rw,ii,t'(iluiii.; Wm. While, Poilucah;
I'liinU-rlun.l, KrunsTilli-; Luiniaury, M. I.onls;
Ari;niuiit, Cir' intutl;
Hum Hronn, "
Liberty No. t, "
IU.Ijt. Kultoti, 1'ittsbiirK
Silver I.uko, "
Duvul Wutts, Kikljiort.
i.iiinu J, "
Hi s Cm . "
fiber Mwm, "
I.Kal Tf n kT, , () ;
City of Altuo.Vu ksburg;
The weather has turned colder, and a north
wind has prevailed all day. A slight shower
of rain fell last night soon after dark, and tho
weather, which had boforo been unseasonably
warm, began to change immediately. This
morning tho snorcury indicated but 34 de
grees, but had risen to nearly forty at noon
Tho Mississippi is falling steadily at fit
.Louis, but with a sufllcionoy or water for nav
igation to all points. No boats, aro yot run
ning up tho Missouri. Tho Mississippi is
only open to Kookuk.
Tlio Cumberland is falling rapidly with ton
feet water on Harneth shoals. "Wo hear no
nows of tlio expected riso in tho Tennessee
Hero tlin rlvnr 1ms fallen fifteen Inches
since Saturdayevcning and is still' declining
Business has liccnnboui as good as usual
nlthouL'hsliinincnti huvo not been larco. 15c
ccipts continue good.
Tlio "White brought 305 bbls salt from Pa
ducah, which sho roshippod on tho Luminary
ftr St. Louts. Tho "Whlto also had u largo
lot of spotes and wagon stuff for rcsliipment
to various poluts
Tho Argonaut discharged hero 50 bales
Tho Continental discharged hero 40 hhd
Buiiar, 100 bxs ditto. 100 bxs tin plate, 260
hides, and 30 tuns assorted freights, tho great'
cr portion of which was for rcshipmont north
per I. C. K. It'ana tho romalndcr for Cum
Tho David "Watts roshipped 75 bbls flour
for Nashvlllo ofijho Nashvillo packet.
Tlio Cumberland brought about CO tuns,
principally for rcsliipment south.
Tho Armada'brought 230 bbls potatoes, 680
sks corn, COO pieces stoves and castings, 20
tuns fumituro wind, sundries for rosliipnicnt
south, nnd tho following for Cairo: A. Mack
io & Co., CO sksTcorn, Henry Harris,.Ckegs of
bcor, C. T. Hinde;42 sks gunnies, CundiiT &
Co., Cpkgs molasses, buttor and cggs, and
Tho Henry Ames discharged 148 f kgs gro
ceries for reshipmcnt per rail. "
Tho City of Alton rcceiveu horenbout CO
tuns for southern ports.
The Longworth rccclredlOO mules, D00
sheep for Now Orleans, nnd20 tuns sundries
for way points., r
Tho Lizzie Gill added n few tonsiuhdrios.
Tlio Gill, Alton, and Longworth were so well
laden on arrival that thoy could not add more
than thoy did. . f4'
Tho Silver Moon has 1095 bales cotton for
Cincinnati. " r .
Captain J. It. Archer is In' command of tho
City of Alton, and Informs us that she has a
"Humpty Duniply troupe" oh board; 1
Mr.Aleck Hardc, tjo well known af clerk
of tho Tyrone, has taken a wife, and the bridal
party .woro on board tho Nashville. The brido
was a miss Ueaty, of Nashville, Tenn. Aleck
was always n good loy, nnd wo cordially wish
him and his fair brido a long and happy life.
Captain "Wash. "Wcavor, first clerk of tho
Tyrone, was also absent from his post on the
last trjp of that boat. o hopo he lias gono
to follow Aleck's example. It is never too
lato to do good, captain AVash. 1
Captain l-owlor, clerk of tho Thompson
Dean. -makes tho 'amende hononraVlr. in tho
caso of tho reported passing of the Mary
Houston. Ha snys that during tho first night
out f 'om New Orleans, ono of tho pilots camo
int i tho social lialand remarked that "wo had
just taken in tho'Mary Houston." "Taken in"
is n common expression among steamboat
men, signifying tho passing, of a 1oat under
wav. Captain -Fowler aifswered : "Oh no,
you aro joking, wc can't paivtho Miiry Hous
ton." Tho pilot repeated his assertion, add
ing "if you don't bclicvo it, look out .astern
and you can seo her lights." Capta!riF. then
looked and sure enough saw the lights of a
ttcamcr-closo astern, and, from what tho pilot
had told him supposed tho boat to bo out in
tho river. Ho 'thereforo snado tho entry in
tho memoranda in good faith, and knew no
hotter untill ho taw snr. Walker's denial. On
seeing that, ho went to tho pilot and said, "did
you not tell njQwo had passed tno Alary
Houston under way?" "ios, was tho an
swer, "but I wa only Joking. Shu was lying
at the bank, and when you looked out you
thought in tho darknes that she was under
way.'' Captain Fowler then told him that
the Joke was no joko at all in its results, as ho
(captain F.) hnd reported it as a fact in his
memoranda. Ho is very forry that he was
led into maklni: a wrong statement, and wo
hopo the public will fully exottorato him from
any wrong intention. Wo know imn person
ally ns one of tho most honorable gentlemen
on tho river.
pAIUO AND I'ADUCAH
Tim light ilraiiKlit pssntiKerHtoainer
-II mi w
It. Y. MiKTIIKIlN M.uter,
J- Ms 1IIVKHIsiTr-- inwic
Will make reuulT HAILV Tltll1 liHwea aim anJ
l'wlutali, lii.ruot Cairo eury i'tmiiui; CuuU)d cu-
i'e-li nt file '". lik.
Tin. Wbitrcorm." ul I'ailiii li w Is tl,e New Orleans
u. ojiioruilruiul, aa.i the ( uinU'tUiKlanJ TeaDm
ruT iri'iuiii or iK's;i' nwnv ...i nn,' i-
M- J- Hit KI.KV, Aaent.
Isni'Vltf r ur... lliiniws.
, . . Kor City ASIornty.
UV are nuthorirxl lo nniiouiK-p Y. K. ALIintiillT u
ooaill'lnto for the ol!ii-e of My Attorai y, sni.jret to
the ilecWon of tho ilcinoemtU; irt. It
Vi'o aruar.thorlxl to announce that L I'. IlLTLKIt,
l . will hn u onii.Ilil(it for re-lIfCSion lo the utiitir of
City Attorney, suujtt totheJwislon of theik-tn'ioriitKr
Kor City Marshal.
WoaiK utitliorUnl to aniioiin'n MICHAIIL HAM-
IlIllCK s a cnnJldsto for tho otfice of City Marshal,
nt jeet to tho ileoislon of tho iloinorrntle parly, to
Wo arf authoriwl to announce that IMN. McCAlt-
TIIV is aramliilatH for the otlleofCily Marilml, sub-
oct to tho division of thp I)emoortn party. to
For City Treasurer.
Wo kroiiuthorit'ottoannouncn that JOHN HVI.A.M)
Is ucaii'licluin fur tho omcuor city Trouaurer, sumjcci
to tho ilitilsion of tho iliniocralio parly. to
Wo aro uuthorltl to announce J. II. TATLOnasa
camliilate fur tho olllco of (Jity Trarer, subject to the
loclslon of tho ileniocratlo jmrsy.
Vor Police Moglslmle.
Mr. Kdaor Please announce ino a candidate for To-
lice Magistrate. rnKiurily debts and a spell orslcKncss
of two and a half years ilarntlon liaru left me in neon
of tho olllco. It Is my chief support, and as this Is tho
last tlmo I shall ask olllco, I hopn my friends will not
forges ino. Ir II. HIIAWWliSIV.
Mr. AtturVWutL uiinouQoe mo as a candidate
for tho oflice of I'ollco MaKlstrate, stlbjoot to the dti ls
Ion of tho deiucK-rutiu party. io JAMW ItrA.
-, . .v-
For City Clerk.
1 hereby annoiiaro myself a candidate for the otlke
of City Clerk, subjocs to ine regulations oi imMioino
craiio any. iic-j .um,i,in.ui,
We are authorued to unnoiinco JOHN I'. FAOI.N a
a candidate for tho oftVoofCity Clerk, sobjcot to thv
decision of the democratic party. to
THE PEOPLE'S 'COLUMN.
WunU, For Hale. For Jteni, Xojif, Foimrf, oin
I'ertonal, published in tht column Jor eijh
cent a line, for one vtsertton.
lirANTKH Alexander County Orders, at SO eta
VV on the dollar, for all kltids or l.iimnor anil mill
derV Materials. W. W. TllOll.MON.
IITANTBD-Cairo City Scrip, at U)oentson tho
VV dollur, for all kiadsof Lumber ams Slulldcra'
Materials generally . w. W.TllUKWTON.
ilUlt J ......... . .. ,
... iiii.il Mw r.lilenrn nn f.?ifrl,IK .imnt. At
i inw flifiires onu on easy pavme nn.
ahlldW 1I.B. HABItKM
Htoamer LIZZIK HILL. O'Nell, masU-r,
will leuo liuriiTilli KVKN1NO. Janiu-
al t o cioca
CI1AH. T. IllNUb, arcui.
X.h ll 1
CAtHO TAKri CO.
QIIAS. T. HINDE,
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION
CA IKO TUAASI i:it COMPANY
TliroiiKli 11111 of I.iii1Iiik Riven to alt
AvulltiDie i-oiiiis u- linn or icr. -
Brtil'KCIAL ATTKNTION TO FOIlWAltUI.NO.
TLANT1C AND MISSISSIPPI
COM PROMlSlf I-INK STK.VMERS
O XI Xj B A. 3NT S
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, KNTMKKN, MasWl
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COJI MO S V K ALT 1 1 . ..
C O X Tl. K X T A I.
Comprising nil the flni-nt an! larget Ixjatsoiitof H'
Onn of tin. above liau of itt aUU tl ul ItM ' Mi
for .New Orleans erery other ilay, connecting nt .m
Urlians with Ocean Lino of Stcamw to
Liverpool, Xevr Vork, Unslon, mid Oasvts-
ioii, 1 cms.
PAJSPticers and fcliippers can n-ly on one of llifN
U)Ht lcalne Cairo piinettilly n ivr. nmiwi
lartiotll.tr nlt-nilu so ui way jrriHin- i-.
o New Of U . ni'. t'JI.a.T. MMlK,
, t'l n . t,.,IJj f nmltnc
J'.U. F. SI-'N. l',ninr and Tleki't Aijfnt.
Olfiw, at vaiiriM s.oiu.
JIT EM PHIS AM) t)l. liUUi
..time link or
jujgs s t i: A .ti K it s.
TLeMl..i.,fnv'i r.r"'' ll.ui.ine aaa w. i
M. K. KOIlsVTII Zhlfll.l.li. ! .
ma iiisi.i: city ,',NV.;V-i'W4'
c-rrv ok Atrox tiiomiw'.n. n.t.
is lj: 3i i:m pi u s l;,!i;i,'.(, r
CITV !!' CAIHO JIAL, Mter
I'ftni.t ultt-nt.-n w..l U i I to iJl lMv.inei .
trt"l M th" ufili'M! '' , ,
Kr..,hti.n.l TuVel (.Hive mntnioy Mlmrf '
front rur"?! ."',,,,.., r. , ... ,
Kl. y t'I)N,Tjcktid l'M-ii Anl
"A TEMPI! Ir, WHITK lilVhl! s.X
IVl LITTLE P.Ot'K.
l NITr.O T AT K 31 A I S J. 1 1 1.
JOIIX IS. IIAV11, Sllji'l, Meni.li., Te..ni. .
Th si.Icn'll.l M lf -wln-H
-jsjj.- r..V)r.AWLii nir.AjiLii
M.VYFLOWr.lt, COMMKIICIAL mm
lam Mnni.h.s eiwy TfBsIMV. TIIL Hiu.w an i
H.Tl'ItHAV. i 1 j. in . fur WUttt HiTir.foniiKi.rsjm
Dmall's lllotl wiSi. SSw ilfcliis-lnsaa Little lb I .
roail fur Lull' IUtlv uiid llo spring.. 1uj frt
MwnpbV" t Little Hotk. IH Ikiut..
I.in uTkr ru- sWi v othor rui.
flfU. e ou Wl .r'
LOL IS, CAIRO AND VICKSM'IM.
t. . ..,. ,.,i,(ir, imklrrrllll
TIIK.iIIAY.hihI an ilnwn Inii ovitv Till llDAT
ht'.M'Ar, inakinisclosrtconnwiloii with
VIcksliurK 'nl Merllln liaurouii,
Mi luin niifl ?Irrlilliiu Itnllriiiul
Xciv Orleans, .lufksfiii oml Orrnt Xortllerii
.pi.. ..u.uthf. ivi.n tn ntiv unil all nolnti fl t
said reals, w lib I'M-kuls for Yuioo ltuer.
HpeeadalteiitioiiKUento all way ImijiIK-s Ix tnic
Cairo and Vlvl;bur. , ..
ClIA?. T. lll.'I.. ut'livi.u nu
Ullicii on 1
"P V A NS V I LL E, AND CA I KO .
Z1?1 HXVJ-JL-.-J.-m 3t
iss f,,iit!ttlni' of tlio followiriL'
ssStjirSsiili'iiillil l'lVHst ntjcr Stcaiuor-:
HtJtOL'ClIKT..M.....Mter KOWLEIt w. ..CWr
Leans Cairo Sunday and T!.uMy t 3 p in.
HKXTKIt Mtr OHAMMr.It Sim .
Lvaics Cairo Tuesday and l-'rldoy at S ji.ui
110WAHII .Master WRfflHT "
Leaves Cairo Wodnesday and Suturduy at 0 jmu.
Maklns all interm' diat" landlnus, nad psyinR P'
tlculur usiunslou to I'ackel Kniltthls. , ,
C11AS. T. IHNlii:, (loners! Awnl.
, . ... Ofllcnon ttharMrot
.M lK.Ji t k 1" t T fl
.11 ll a J"
rf-T't UoinioPU oi ino Joiiowtni;
ry Sunday at S
leaves Cairo orer
HTItONO Master KOAN
-LcaVcs Cairo oyery TiiesdnyntO pTm.""
1IAUM0N Ma,iter WKAVKII
Lvavci Cairo every Friday at & p.m.
u .rripeolul atlontion (jiren to way business bcru
l.ur.i and Niwliylllo.
CJH3. T. 1I1NDK. Ooneral Afion
difl Md Oinco oa WhtrtliM.