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Tho children's bull that Is to bo hold at th
irl. Chnrloi hotel noxt Friday nignt, will bo u
plcnaing ntfnir nnd not without its noveltloi
Certain rules hnc uvn prescribed, among
which nro the following:
Children fourteen Years old and under
only, who arc accompanied by their pnrcnts.
uunrdinns, or grown brother.? or sisters, will
bo allowed on tho floor.
None but children of 'the'ngo indicated
will bo allowed to dnnco.
Parouts or. uutirdians. will, of course, bo
admitted to the room, but only hi ppi-ctntors
The dnnulng will commenco nt half past
seven o'clock, refreshments for tho tho cliil
dron only will bo served at 10:30, and the ball
will clo'O nt 12. inldniL'ht.
No children will bo admitted without tick
ets, which will bo furnished to tho parents or
guardians on or boforo I rlany.
Tho littlo folks are on tho qui vivo, think
ing or talking of scarcely anything but thoir
dre ball, now to near at nanri. And wo aro
not sure but tho interest has communicated
iUelf to tltoolddr peaiiiicni of humanity; as
the nll'alr is canvassed in tho millinery shops,
dry uood stores, and iu tho family circle
throughout tho city. A rare treat indoed
In store for our littlo ones,
It is worth whilo to drop in on Tuber
llrothurs, watchmaker nnd jowolcri, Ohio
Levee, near Highlit truck. On ouo Mdo tho
cyo is dAzr.lcd by a lino array of silver ware,
in tetts or by piece somo of it elaborately
ornamented, some plain, but nil of it beauti
ful nnd after thu mot fiwhlonubla pattern
On the other side a hundred clocks of nil con
ceivable shapo and ttylo of finish, click nnd
clatter, suggesting tho idea that if "time Is
laoaov" the Tabors nro rich. And iu tho
fihow-cnsofi I Tlioro's tho real attraction Such
f-plondid gold and silver watches ; among tho
rest tho famous Hlgin watches, for which
Me'srj. Tabor Brother nro agent. And
watch guards and chain jr .diamond Jewelry
of the "purest water!'; mid-of pearl, and of
opal, garnet nnd ruby, nil so fascinating that
tho beholder instinctively places his hand on
his pockot book while connecting it handsomo
c t with tho form of charming ".Mary Ann."
I'lnger rings of every htylo nnd prioo; ilcuvo
buttons, locket, und tint 'ten thousand etcet
eras that constitute n flrstclass jewelry store.
In the lmok room are appliances for manufac
turing jewelry, which tho proprietors were
imploring, Jn our prtwence, In the produc
tion of flngor rings. In this department
Jewelry, no odili how- badly smashed or
1 roken, is restored to its wonted symmetry.
A :d hern, too, glim ware, chinnwaru, etc., uro
t i skillfully mended that the article IUelf Is
chanted out of the notion that it cvur hud
born broken. Hut call in on Tabor Brothers.
They will treat you courteously, and attend
t your wanU with promptness nnd to your
riKKJ nin:s: khik:::
Wnterl water J I water II? Ureiit Induce
mcnui llurgalusl burguiusl Thu atoel: of
clothing, furnishing pxl, lnot, shot's, e.,
Arc, which wa saved byStcriihelinor A .Marx
from tht Into fm, will 1 ld at SO pur cent,
luft tlwti cost, nt thoir new pi new of businiui,
No. 81 Ohio Iuvih'. Call soon cud secure bar
gains, as tho goods will bo eold at a great ae
rllleu, by order of tho underwriter.
Tlintr Hint ran See lint Dimly, rim lie
Mode in i r P'.nliily.
TalMT llrntliers are now in receipt of one of
t1" largj'at m1 finest htccks of pectwle. and
cji-gWws ever oif.T.d . the public in this
market, oiriUn j nf s'.eel bowed tpuctaole,
shi'll, vuU-unlsvd ru'our und ateol framtil cyo
IhsssV, iu the mot fashionable and oxquUitu
tyIHufor ludlo and gentlemen,
T be good werepurchtwed of the celcbrn
t 1 iiiHUufaulitrjHg optktun firm of .Iimuu ',
Twetui A Co., l'hlhtdelphla, Pit., nnd M-lecled
by a flrvt das' optieiuu of that city.
"We prpnrl to furnish mathomatieal
IritrumenU, for drawing, surveylug and civil
e.'inwrlnifi ln, pMlcvpliIonl. ntronninl
ml jiialrunumu, Ac, of thoto celebrated uiak
irs. Taiiki; IIhotiikks.
( iiiru, 111., Jmiunry 35, lWi't'-Ut
Meirfrsv HnIHiImv Itrnther ar; mnont; tho
l c i viett tlour denier in .Southern Illinois.
They kwp jvry grade of that article and
tupply tlio largest demand on brief notifO.
Ther it a littlo (Ionium girl, in Cairo, only
soven yours old, who oxeetites upon the piano,
In the most exquisite manner, tho most ditll
cult compositions In print.
A largo force of laborers uml teams hnvo
leenongag(d in tho work of adding width
Mid strength to thu Mississippi lovee during
the past three months. Tim mint timid no
longer entertain approhcnion of thu siitll
cloncy of our levees.
Tho Cairo bourbon distillery will bo In full
.t.1.. - P II . , .
uuuui umruiivu uvx mouili.
The Cairo dry docks nro full-handt'd with
work jtit now, giving employment to thirty
or forty men.
"Why is thu Cairo Chamber of Com
merce no longnr a power in the land?0 'In
forwarding tho various itnterprisu in which
Cairo s vitally Interested It might work most
effectively. Through It reports, too, tho
world might gaiunt luut a partial knowledge
of the immense commerce of Cairo.
Tho First ward elects two aldermen on the
J3d proximo, on.- for tho fulUterm, and onu
to fill the vachncy oecsaionod by Olr. l)urku
romoval from the ward.
Tho court of coimnqn pleas having been
nbolUhod, und the duties of tho city marshal
thcroby greatly lesfpni-d, it Is not improbable
that tho council will lifter the coming oleo
tion, reinstate that ofllcor as chief of police.
3f. J. Uuckhy lt the Cairo agent for tlo
Cairo nnd Puducnh packet, AVm. White. Ho
H always wide-awako to tho lntoronU of his
cmpluyorA, letting no occasion pan unem
ployed that presents halfu chaneo to inako a
oint for thorn.
Gentlemen aspiring o nhlnrmiihlc" honors
aro losing time. Tho fcOvereigiu should know
of their candidacy, and' thb 'Hulletih' is tho
herald abovo nil otlwri to employ. Ilrlng iu
your. unuouucnmenU, gentlemen, and the
$2 60 wlth'H. Voters uxpect you to do your
whole duty. If you deniru office thoy ought,
to bo ndvited of tho desire.
ITEMS 15 THR THAW! OF CAIRO,
The facility with which consignments of
freight aro sent forwnrd from Cairo deceives
even tho lookor-on as tothomagnUudo of that
branch of our business.
Tlio river columns of tho 'Bulletin' mak
mention dally that such n steamer rccelvod
flvo hundred tons of freight nt our wharf,
that unothcrtookon board four hundred, nnd
another half as much more. Nearly every
downward bound steamer receives heavy
contributions to her cargo here j many, if not
all of them stnrtinir from St. Louis, Cincin
nnti, or Louisvlllo with n half or quarter of
load, relying upon Cairo for the
balance. Karelv. indeed, are these caleuln
On Mondnv morning a tow of barces left
our city for Now Orleans, jiaving on board
us part of their cargo fiD.UOO bushel of wheat
for Hlgbecs elevator. This is a business
item that not only speaks wall of tho extent
of our commerce, but tells n flattering tulo
for tho success of tho water outlet for tho sur
plus grain of tho northwest. Tlio routo hiu
been tried time nnd nguiu, und its mipcriority
thus established. As n natural conscqucnco
thu volume of grain from Iowa, Illinois
and "Wisconsin, will continue to increuso so
that by another year a like shipment will
murk tho business of cverv day.
Another Item of business entirely worthy of
note Is tho fact that since tho 1st of January
Mr. Chos. T. Hinde, of tho Cairo City and At
lautlc una .Mississippi whnrfboats, has ro
eel ved -10,317 barrels of flour, nnd shipped
10,717. Jtceeiptx In tho citvof St. Louis dur
Ing thu same period amounted to 47,271 bar
rels, or 0,071 barrels more than received by
tho principal rcshlpplng house In Cairo.
IhcsofacU point unmistakably toon awaken
ing among the people of tho northwest to tho
advantages presented by the wotor route for
their produce furnished bv tho Mississippi
They tell of u growing dtsiatlsfactiou among
tliat people with the exactions and extortions
of tho railroad autocrats of Now Vork and
Chicago; and of nn Intensifying delorniinn
tion to no longer submit to them.
A III'.NDIIKI) EMTUKS TO VISIT EOYI'T.
Tho Prws Association of Illinois will hold
its next meeting in Cairo, somotimo in March
or April, spending a day or two in tho fruit
Toaionj thut uro rendering Egypt famous.
Leaving Cairo the party will visit New Or
leans oy sieamor una return via .Mobile, or
yb.lt Mobllo by railroad and return via Now
e mention this mutter thus carlv because
wo regard it as of tho greatest consequence to
Cairo anil Southern Illinol. No less than
ouo hundred !iowspapcr are represented by
this nidation ; nnd nil these, speaking fuvor-
bly of tho agricultural and mineral resources
ofSoulhcrn Illinois; of lU railroad und mun
ufacturiiig uutorprisen ; of Its fruit growing
and iu funning, mid !nt though not least, of
our city and the manifest natural udvuntages
that aro toglvo jt admission to tho fratornity
of great commercial cltlcj of tho world
ono hundred newspapers, wo repoat, speak
ing favorably of all these features und proj
ects of our country, will bring thoni into an
enviable notoriety they might not otherwtsu
securo in a quarter of n century.
It behoove thu citizens of Cairo, oven tho
City Council, to bestir themselves for tho
proer entertainment of vur distinguished
visitors. It will cd.U something, but tho end
will justify thu cost.
Four young men, niuro youths In fact, woro
before Bross this morning charged with pick
ing tho pocket of Enoch Burresit. Their
names are Tom Crofton, of Cairo, and Chits.
Dovolin, "William Mooro and Itichard Burke,
of Memphis. It was brought out iu evidencu
that Burress and a friend had stopped at
"Big HulV 1 tho evening before, "merely to
light their pipes" Thoy hud boon there but n
fuw minutes when tho four young men en
tered, and Crofton having known Burress all
his lifu, became very fumiliar, nnd insisted on
blinking hands. Burros drew his hand from
his pocket to gratify tho young man's hand
shaking projien!ty, when Crofton (daggered
against liiui and adroitly thriut his own
hand into Burross' pocket, taking therefrom
h pocktt bonk containing seventy dollars in
currency. Burrons soon discovered hi lo,
nnd hcciirlng the services of uu ofllcor cap
tured I'mnon, Monro and Burko in thu city,
and Dvvu'in on his wny to Mound City. Tho
young luteal havlu-j divided the money, the
wants of nil four of them ooon put the greater
portion of It into circulation, so that Burress
recovered only about twenty dollars. The
'Squire required each of thu young tcouudrcls
to enter into n bond of $230, to njiptnr he
fore the noxt court of common pleas Fall
ing to till the bonds, nil of them were con
ducted to jail, where they c:i rumlnutu over
thu certainty of n three yenrs' residence in
the doliet penitentiary.
Tin: caiuo niiiitr.t'AsiuTiii: dkcisiox.
I'o tho exclusion of pur usuul variety wo
publish to-day, tlio decclsion of the Supreme
Cnuit of Illinois in tho caso docketed us
"The People ex. rel, o,lu, vs. M. S. Ensmln
ger.'1 Wodn this because assured that it
will prove ucceplahlu to our readers, many
of whom have watched the progrcs .of the
case from Its commencement to Its conclusion,
und all of whom have felt a greater or less
degree of Interest In thu questions Involved.
Tho declhion of the court is so fortified by
reason and precedent that we may ncccpt it
as a lasting and final Bcttlement of tho vexed
James Watson usedilnnL'ungc which was
calculated and no doubt intended to provnk.
J. . I umer Into a bout nt fisticuffs, Turner
lodged complaint about Watson's Incurlliy
with 'Squire Bross, . but "Watson preferred
8haiinesiy's Justice and therefore took i
change of venue to the eourl of that venora
ble dignity., Tho result will be made known
hi the ' Bulletin' to-morrow..
" i i
Tho Ixlgo of Good Templars held thei
regular annual election Inst night, which re
sulted as follows : . N. Warwlck, ,WC.
'J emptor; Mrs. Ford, V. Templar; J. 11
'I aylor, w. It. Semtlary j I. B. Humphreys
Financial Steretary; Mrs. M. Wicker, W.
Treahiirnr; Mr. Cuinmings, W. Marshal
3Ilss V. Chlldcrs, W.lduard; L. Oassctt, W.
Tholccturo of the Rev. J. Yf. Coc before
the Actdcmy of Science, IdstnJgnt, drcwMt
a largo audience Tho plcasuro of bemg a
listener was denied to us, a fact wo regret,
since we learn that the lecture takes rank
with the most scholarly, complete and instruc
tive ever delivered in tho city. His subject
was "coal," which led the learned gentlcmnn
into geological expositions of the most curi
ous and engaging kind, reaching back and
embracing the process of creation nnd tho
w onders developed iu naturo by Iho centu
The lecture was so replete with mnttor
that told of laborious research, so fine in
point of diction, nnd, withal, ho deeply In
tereHtlng, that wo understand the reverend
gentleman will bo solicited to repent it nt
nix early dny.
Tho bargains given by Goldstlne A Kosen
water in calicos, muslins, and all stoplq.arti
clcs in the dry goods line, is attracting tho
attention of all prudent buyers. tf
Tho stock of beautiful dress goods, embrac
ing nonllns. rens. merinos, etc., at Ooldstino
A Koscnwatcr's, ure very cheap, fashlonublo
nnd desirable. No storo in tho city presents
a better selection In this line. jan22-3t
Cor. Sweeney announces that ho Is an in
dependent candldnto for the offleo of City
Port List for the Tweiity-fo"rIIourfcnd-
litK nt Two o'clock, I'. 31.
Oca. Anderson, Colum.. Win. W Jilte, riucnj
Mllbrcy.fU Loiiu; Moiuo aw, ,
Klohmond, LouiSfllloi Dexter, "
MoiiKiu Hoi !'ittsburi (uiclutcp, fctwisville.
Ocn.Anlr.on, Coltim.j W'm White, raducftli;
MollioAUe.Ht. Louts; Mlllrfy. "
MniUtH- Hays. " lllchnioml, N. O.i
QuIcknti'P, Knnrfllj NifirK. "
liexttT, I.onivillc! Talnman, MOitIIIc.
Tho weather is again clear and mild to-tlay,
although a slight shower of rain fell during
tho night. Tho mercury indicated 50 degrees
nt noon. The tluraiton or tho present beauti
ful weather at this season ii something nston
Ishing, for, nlthough wo hove similar weather
every wintor, yet "tho oldest Inhabitant'1
grces that it has never before lasted so long.
Tho Mississippi is still falling nt St. Louis,
and boats are compelled to hunt tho deepest
water In tho channel.
Tho Ohio is still falling every where, with
flvo feet largo over tho falls nnd only four
feet nt Pittsburg. As tho weather has turned
quite cold M tho latter point, it is possiblo for
tho upper Ohio to become obstructed by ice
while at tuch a low stage.
Hero the river has fallen fourteen inches
Business has been only moderate.
Tho Quickstep brought 125 do., brboms, for
alo in Cairo or nny morket, 1Cj bdls pupor,
100 pkgs furniture, 100 bbls potatoes and
iiual, 38 bbls whiskey, fiOO sks corn for re
The Mllbroy was light, and will hereafter
ply between Vaducah nnd Clarksvllle on tho
Tho Mollb Able dlschnrgetl here for E. 11.
Hendricks, 0 flacks Osage Orange Seed; G.
D. Williamson 1 hhd Sugar, 2 bbls Hlce, 2
bbls Almonds, 2 pkgs; Nashville packets 70
hhds Sugar, 42 bbls Molasses, 500 sacks Salt,
IU bbls Sugar, 10 bbls Sundries? Chicago 217
hales .Moss, 24 hhds Kugar, 130 Hides. She
has also 10(19 bales cotton and n fair trip sun
dries for St. Louis.
The comfortable Cumberland. Ca'pt. Ben.
Howard, clerks Bruce Hunter nnd Marlon
Wright, is tho regular mall and passenger
packet for Evansvlllo and way landings this
evening. Go on board and view the eclipse
to-night from the river.
Tho l'oducah and Cairo Packet Company
having purchased K. I). P.lchmond'x Interest
In tho steamer AY" in. "White, alio Is a fixture in
that Hue, and her friends along tho routo and
ut Cairo and Paducah can depend on having a
daily bout. If tho "White goes out of tho
trade It will bo to glvo wuy to a better bout
owned by the samo parties and commanded
by tho sumo officers. Northern, as captain,
and Beverly, as clerk, will spare no pains to
add to tho preent popuParity of tho lino.
Every bodv betwcv.. Cniro and Paducah are
Interested in keeping up this lino as a dally
Tho railroad bridge nuisanco has claimed
unothor victim. When will stcambvatrnen
be able to counteract tho influence and power
of tho railroad compunles who so basely sacri
fice all considerations of life and property on
the rivcM to their own solflsh Interests. Tho
Cincinnati 'Commercial'- of tho 25th, contains
tho following account of tho latest dlsustor:
"Tho stemwhccl stcamor, LeClnlre, Captain
3Iilton Aikin, Tennessee rlvur packet, sunk
last night on tho Falls by collision with a
channel plor of the railroad bridge, whilo de
scending tho Fulls In charge of tho Falls pi
lot, Cuptuln Pink Varblo. Tho boat was
drawing within ouo foot of tho water in tho
channol, and It was no more than an ordina
ry risk. It was n moonlight night und thore
had been a fog. Tho boat struck her aftor
knucklo beam near tho stern, soon filled with
water and sunk head np stream in tho Big
Eddy, opposite Goose Island. Tho pilot be
lieved ho had mado tho passuge through tho
piers safely when a slight jar was folt In strik
ing tho abutment, and tho boat soon began to
careen, and it was known that n holo was
knocked in the bottom. Cupluin Varblo by
great coolness and presence of mind, prevent
ed a panid amongthopu'ss6ngr" a'nd thereby
no lives were lost. Tho Turascon, which
had been detained br a fog, passed down soon
aftor, und reesued'tlio passongors and nil
their baggage. Tho pat .lies perfectly
straight in water jut over tho under deck ut
tho forecastle, ttnd Jwo feet in thp ongino
room. Tho hull U valued at $15,000 und Is
insured in Louisvlllo for $10,000.
NOK OF FIltM.
C. V, YEAUHU Jfc CO,,
lluvhiy piirtluuoil the entire block uiiJ lixturud of
Any. Knr-n. ji t are )ti'iurinl to iln all kinds or
(Ins n it d Steam Fitting
In unrat iuiiI worlaimidlke nunncr. WonrouNo jrj
nr4 to repair all Ulntlsofdni flxtiiros, nnii by our
jirooeM of brom.nu unit KltiUKpiakn them In every
artipplikraii"Min.'i new. Tiiesu hatloK' nucli fix
turi'n, villi lfui ulvo us acull satisfuctiou Kuran
teml in c ., . 14 I'. Y. VIIAfJKIt,
JaiMtf 1'. K. MUKHAV.
lOlt HIOKilAir AND MEMPHIS.
Tliiv 'f7it running tnmrr JIOM,lE
IttitmWTAV If U Ifntiii.tisn ntn.lnp
SunSflraro nboro on THUnSMY tlioSSth Inst.
For fremiti or pnagpnppiy "" "" im-
QA1BO AND PADUCAH
Tlio light JraURht pause ngcr HtcBrrjpr
WM. WII1TK, j
!!. Y. NOHTIIEUN-. ......Intr,
J. 91. UKVKIUiT '
Wlllmakn rrKiilor DAILY TllII hctwin r'nlro anil
I'Alnonh, InnviiiK Culro every erenlng (SuniUys
ceptetl) ntllvo o'clock.
wi.. . i.i.i. j i ii- l.. i. l.l 1 1. V.. n.titnna
lll I1IIT UQIIIIPCUI IU I H'l lit Mil Ti H I ill,; i " wn ". '
ami Ohio railroad, anil.tho Cumbfrlnnil ami Tennessee
river packets. ',
ror iroiKiu or patmnco nppiv on imni.ui
M. J. HUCKliKY1, Afeent,
For City Attorney. i
To the ilemooraoy of Cniro i 1
Urgent business., requiring mjri presenep nt HprlnR'
fielil, will prerent,mo from giving my pens&a.il atten
tion to tho iniitinicipat eauro. now iu progress. 1
therefore withdraw my nam a n candidate for thn
position ef City Attorney, with many thank nnd tho
ileepestjfeellng of gratltudo toiriy friends for tho n?
suruneonf nuccesi thus far ghenine.
Wo Aro'nnlhorUod (o announce thnt li. P. ULTLEIt,
Eq , will bo u cnndldato for re-election to tlio offleo of
city Attorney, rmoject to mo uccision or mqnnnocrnuo
party. . s te
For City Mnrahal.
Wo areauthoriied to nnnoiince that JOHN Cl'IiUAN
will toaeanilldatvfor thoolllco of City Marshal nt tho
en-ulnr nhnrter election, suljecl to the decision of the
dcmocralle party. ' it
We rt authorlteij to nnuoiineo MICIIACIj HAM
llltlt'K as n cnndldalo for the ofllce of City Marshal,
sut jeel to tho declplon of the democratic ftorfy le'
We arc authorized to nnnnnneo that DAN. MrCAK
TUT Is a candidate for tho ottloofCity Marshal, sub
ject to'thc dccllonof tlie Democratic party. tc
For Ctty Trr surer.
Mr. EJdir l'leaaonnnoiince mo as an Independent
candidate forth ofltcc of City Treaturer, sul'Ject, how
ever, to the decision o! tho voters of Cairo.
We are authorized to announce that JOHN HYI.AND
Is a candidate for the ollicoof City Treasurer, suljeet
to the decision of the democratic party. to
Wo are authorized to announce J. II. TATI.OH iu a
candidato for tho office of City Treasurer, sal jett to the
decision of the democratic party to
For Police MoKlatrate.
Mr. Mi'tr Ili-use announce me n candidate for I'o
lice Magistrate. Purity debts and a spelt of sickness
of two and a half years' duration have left 'me in nee.1
of the office. It my chief ailpport, nnd as this Is the
last tline I shall ask office, I hope my friends will not
forget me. te II. riHAXNEfviY
Mr. t'Jiltr I'leaae announce me as n randidate
for the ofllco of I'olieo Magistrate, sill jeot to the dis, i
Ion of tho democrMtc party. tr JA"vlErfltTV
For City Clerk.
I hereby announce myself a candidate fur the otile
of City Clerk, subject t the regulation-of thed-m'"
cratlc porly. tto JOHN!' IIEI.Y
We are authorised to announce JOHN I. FAOIN a
a eandidato for tho omeeofCity Clerk, inlbjeel to the
leclslon of the democratie twrly. te
DRY GOODS, ETC
Wholesale and Iteuil Dealer in
Fancy anil Htaple
HOOTS AM) SHOES,
HATS AMI CAPS,
Ueuta' FumlalilliK Uouiit,
LADIES' DHKSS GOODS, SHAWLS,
UlaiiKcts, CiissiincrcM' isiid'Jcaii.s
I)el.aluea..... . ....
Heavy llrotvn l)oiiirsllu.,...
Stoon sscirta -
A Splendid Line of
WIIITK GOODS AND KMIIUOIDKKIKS
lluvera irill do well to call and examine inv atock
before purcluuing elsovtht-re.
It. II. CUNNINOHAM,
No. 09 Ohio Laree,
JTEW CLOTHING I
IIAKUAINS FOK THE PE0PLE1
MILLEK A MIIiI.i:iC
Having closed but their old stock of Clothing, havo
brought on a
IiUiKC ami Splondld fttock,
Which embraces every kind of
Fashionable Gentlemen' Wear,
And such as Is nulled to all classes.
They would ask especial attention to their supply of
Batu .xvci , 0.jp ass,
In which tliey profess to lead tlio market. Also to
Which embWo" 'nil 'iTtylcs 'of ' Cloth, Ciislmers,
Twcvds, Ac, from which they manufacturo
CI.OTIII.VO TO OltnEll,
In the best maimer, a.-d strletlyaahlonaMe.
Their stock of
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods
la very complete, Including many novtlticd never be
fore brought to this market.
Trunk, of 'every ntyle, Valliea, Carpet
(iucka, Vc. - , ;
Assured of their ability to aell good from thoir now
stock, cheaper than ever before, they rely upon a dis
criminating public toextend them the patronage they
may deservu. JanaciUtf
w ii a n r o x t.
' caibo TiANirra co.
QIIAS: T. IIINDK, ' '
F0mVAKDIN(J AND COMMISSION
C'AIKO Jit ASli;it COMtrAXY
Tiiroittli HIU" of I.nillntr Ktvrn to alt
Avnllalilc I'olnta tiyltnll or "Water.
Ctrsl'KCIAI, ATTENTION TO KOIIWAKDING,
TLANTIC AND MISSISSIPPI
N TEA 31 SHIP. OJfrA!V
3NT 33 "KTST" O XrL Xj 33 -A. 3T S
i??jn?rjj Till. PTEAMKUr
IV. It. AUTIICIl CAllTKII. Master,
IjAIIV GAY ltl'IlK, Ma-tor,
HUTU l'KOIIAM, Master,
I'AVI-I.VK CAUItOM. WHITK. MosUt,
II I N M A It C 1C KNT HIKKN, Jla.ter
M7.7.IK OII.l, O'NKIIi, Master,
COMMONIVKAI.TII ... CONI.T, Master,
OLIVK UltAM II JONK", hlr,
CtlSTINK.tTAT. OKKKNOI OH Mast r
Comprising all the finest on-l largest loatsoutof H
One of the uboto line of ateamcra will leavo Calen
f..r Ntw f'rlinns eery otlier day, conbecJing at
Orleans with Oeenn Mne of Kteainers to
Mvrrpool, Xnv Vork, lloatuti, and tialvea
I'asenger and Shippers can rely on ono t the.
Imts leaving Cairo punctually as alore. Will p-r.
tiartlcular attention to all way freights Mow Memph:
to New Orleans. CIIArt. T. HINDK.
(eneral Agent, Cairo,
Offi e, on Wharfl-at. 1'uMie Ijindlng
KD. F. HISON, I'nsseaeer and Ticket Agnt.
Otflc, at ft Cltarles Hotel.
KM PHIS AND ST. 1.0 U IS
S T K A .1 K It N.
Tliefollnw hit Itoats eomrie this Mne and Ills-
run in tho following order
31. K. FOIIHVTII . ZKIOI.KR, Master,
MAIIUM: CITV. ("SWAT, MasUr.
t'lTV OK ALTON THOMfS-ON, Mast
IIRLLF. M K.MIMIIS (HANK, Mler,
CITV OF CAIUO MAUN, Matter,
Trmnpt attention will !- .d to aH bu.lness ii
tnistr.1 to lhe .re.f lbe buate.
Freight an I Ttrket OttJio in wiiipauy wharf-Uiin
front of City National Hank.
CH.sjf. T. HIM'K, (.enerJ Agent
KD. V. blfJN, Ticket and l'aesnge Ako(-
TV.rKMPHIS, "SVlHTK IMVKli ANI
lYl I.HTI.K ItOCK
PAOItET O G IVJCrOk-'lNTY
l. N 1 T K I ' hTAT 11H MAIL LINK.
JOIIX II. HA VIS, sii n't. Memphis, Teuiie-
Tlio splendid sluu-wlirrl
JIAVFLOWKIl. COM JIKUC1AL and
Leu- Memph s iry TL'ISDAT. THUiyDAVon'
HATt'ltDAT, nt ;.m., for While. Klter, connecting t
Duvall'a llliltt tfi the Mcuiphis mid Little lUick IU
road for Little Iluek and Hot springs. Tune Irun
Memphiotu I.itlle It' k, IS liir.
KrelghU and I'assengers reeeipteil over the at
Line at lorr rats llwn any other nul'.
CM AS T. HINDK. Agmt. Cairo. III.
Orneo on WlrMt
IT. LOT IS, t'AIP.O AND VICKS11U1U.
451, " "0 I'l""liu
ltl'lllCO.N.. III.AKK, Miister,
.IL'LIA .L'M KWiMJD.Ma.l.
I. CM I -V A II V .Ll'KKII. Muster.
II. .M.NIIltKVi: ( AIITKIt, Master
I'usa Cairo vnlntr nn stream nterr KUNlHTai:!
Tl'BnY, ami niiihmii trip etery TlIUItflDAY Mi i
hl'NDAT, making close eonncot'on with
Vlrkalturi; anil )Icrldlaullallroail,
Hclnin and lerldlau Itallrond
a s Ik
's" r w Orleans, Juekaon and Great Northern
Through reeeiptx given to any and all oinu on u
r-ittd roads, with iVlceU for Yaxoo Itlver.
i'peoia) attention given to all way Uulne.M lntwivi
Cairo and Vn ktbnrg.
CHAM. T. HINDK. Oeneral Agent.
Othcu on Wharf.tt
?VANSV1L1.K AND CAIllO
-ff"5 ConsUtlnK of tho following
laSSjiI('nilItl Pnsscnsjer Stcainer:
DUW)t.'CHKT...M..Master KOWLKIt.. . ..CUir.
Leaves Cairo hunduy and Thursilay ut 6 p.m.
DKXTKIt Master (JnAMMKIt. .Xle.k
leaves Ciro Tuesday and Friday at 5 p.m.
HOWARD Master W1UOHT-...... AUerK
Leavea Cairo Woduesduy and Hatunlay at 6 ji.tn.
Making all Intermediate landings, and paying jnr
tlcular attention to l'acket IVelghts.
CHAS. T. HINDK, fieneral Agent,
Ofliee on Wharf-boot
JTASHVILLK AND CAIRO
tt yy fiTT ttt O O 3VT E V
. JCZ?' Composed of tlm followiii;
8IM3 ,.,.-MMtcr I IIAIlI'Kq ,.rC ej.
Leatea Cairo every Sunday at 5 p.m.
STRONG Most9r KOAN tier'
Leavea Cajroevery Tuesday nt A p.iu, (i ,
, HARM ON Master I WKAVKR
Leave Cairo overy Friday nt 6 p.m. '
aa-Sjpeclal attention given to way bunlnesu bet
alro and NiuMlllo.
CI1A9, T. HINDK, (leneral Agen
Oiliuo ou Wlur