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A irrnttd carnival nnd masquerade ball will
disUnsfttlsh Tuesday, Fcbrtinry tho 9th ns n
tlnv lone: to bo remembered. A parnuo in
inniks and costumes ttIU take plnco at 10
o'olock, on tbo mornini; of that day, nnd tho
ball will bo held nt School's hall in tho eve
ninjr. Snckberger and Koohler glvo tho ball,
and will srmro no naliis to make it a success
In ovory particular. They invite and expect
all thoir respectable friends and acquaint
ance to bo present and participate in the fes
tivities Improper diameters will be per
omptfcrily excluded Good music, pood order
ami imoil ehoer aro guaranteed. The crowd
will no doubt be largo and tho enjoyment
"W. 31. Divideon, corner of Eleventh street
nnd Commercial avenue, nmonc a thousand
other neftl and curious things, has a patent
chir sorinir that deserves the attention of
everybody who enjoys n comfortable sent. It
U aimply a spiral cono that adju.ls itself to
the foot of tho chair. A chnir supplied with
thorn has the luxurious, yiolding nature ofn
cnrrUlgo Mat, and is regarded ns quite equal
to tho spring-bottom chair. These springs
are to very cheap that there is no reason why
every Anally may not indulge in the delight
of spring chain, Attaoh them to a cane font,
ornttsk, or iplit bottom chair and you have a
a Mfct At for a lord, good enough, In fact, for
an American citixen. Call in on Davidson
and Ut the article. iou will lo suro to
thank Ut for directing your attontion thereto,
and Davidson for intnxliicimr it into this
Whore thee springs ure mod there h no
call ftr n rocking chair, as they givo an casv
Imclf nnd forth motion greatly superior to
that of a rocker.
nun: t iiiKtt nitKti!
"Wntorl water!! water!!! Great induce
moot I Ilarcaint ! burcnln ! Tho stock of
clothing, furnishing goods, booti, flico', fee,
Arc, which was saved bvSternhoimor A: Murx
from tho late Are, will bo sold at 50 per cent
1cm than cost, nt their now place of busine,
No. 8 1 Ohio levee. Call soon nnd seeuro bar
gains, n the goxU will ho sold at n great sue-
rlflee, byordor of tho underwriter.-..
Tim larrost cargo of grain thnt over iiasfcoJ
hwn wnt no doubt that on board in tow of
the steamer Shark, thnt cleared this port n
'W days ago. It consisted of 78,000 bushels ;
s 4,000 of which were corn, .11,821 wheat, nnd
nlKHit 1,500 oats.
H. W. Dyer, esq , sheriff of Pulaski county,
vusittthc city yit. rdny evening. lie fn
Jrmed w that Dwyrr, who wn stubbed du
tin; a recent fracas in .Mound City, U mor
tally rounded, although ho may live several
diiyi yet. He was a young man of nn iron
11m wettest song-bird in Cairo is that
which render the neighborhood of the Kgypt
inn exchange vocal with the chcerit music
wo ever listened to. A a whistler he U a
The children's drees ball nt the St. Charles
comes otf this evening, and ici a time for
tho youngster ! Won't they have fun ? A
Mrcus, just now, would bo nowhere.
The election for a judgu of this, the xiluu
tenth judicial clr-mlt. will take plnee on the
H-contt Tuesday of 3Iareh. The candidates'
named, to far, are Judge Wesley Sloan, J. !.
Duvldge, esq.. A. M. Hrnwn, e and .1. W.
McKustig. The people will certainly see to
it, that the most competent man is selected.
We syuipathlze with those piiyakinu who
have received a fresh .imply of vaccine matter
lnoe thu dementi for it 1ms subsided. The
small hix excitement 1mm died out entirely.
Hut whit the use of mutter unvhow ? A
phyelulnn vaccinated our family with a little
ii'uiuk of gum nrabiv. It didn't "tako" of
our; but the reason wai very satisfactory.
The system was not in n condition that needed
Why don't somebody bring u velocipede to
i.airo: Mtriiigm ui, ratiuwh nnu oHmt un-
lonaequentlal towns around us arc suiiiiliml
'vn Qarlusndnle, AV'e wish to tost our veloc-
ilK-dul dexterity. If we turn out u velocl
pod U t, we'll read Javne's medical al.'timir.c
and g into tho practice of medicine, for tho
sake of the riees.
The sioknuM of Mr. C. "Winston, of the firm
t J Una A Co., U protracted beyond nil ex
pectntlan. lie is lvjHirtcd to be quite fieri
A .pecial term of the court of common
pleas will cominwtca in tho court house on
Monday nxt, for the transaction ol goncral
business. The city council moved by con
siderations of economy, rcquostd Judge
Jluikcy to convene this court that tho county
may be relioved of tho oxpeiiio of 20 r 30
prisoners now in jail. Tho same body,
riovod by thu same consideration petitioned
the legislature to abolish this court. (Juccr
this, Isn't It? The bill abolishing thu court
U n4 yet a law
There was u called meeting of tho council
last night. That nuguit bo-lj hud becomo
ularnved at the operation of its own edicts,
nnd swught to undo them, but adjourned
without action. Thoro is financial ability In
tnat council sufficient to run Wall street,
2cv York Into tho ground.
A countryman, named Talck, was in town
yesterday to secure the arret of a negro man
tvIio had assaulted Llmwith an axe, intending
to oommlt murder. Tho negro was arrested
aud taken to Dog Tooth precinct where tho
crime was committed.
Up to noon to-day the police oourU Imd
dlspntuhtd no criminal bu.iness. Three
yomen wero committed to the calaboose dur
ing tho night for n violation of ordinances
1 .okii.g to tho and dignity of the city;
hut an Investigation of their cases was delay
cd until the afternoon.
The Urgaliu given by Goldstlno & Kosen-
water tn caiieos, muslins, and ull staplo artl
dos in tho dry g,AHU line, is attracting the
attention of ull prudent buyer. tf
Tho stool; of beautiful dress uoods. embrac-
inK poplins, reps, merinos, etc., ut Goldstino
A: Itoienwater'd, are vury cheap, fashionable
uuu uCTirenio. iso Eioro m tiio city prosonU
a better selection In this line. jun22-3t
k PKlS0Elt FBOJI ITLASKI.
Nick Smith, who stabbed young Dwyer
during a bar-room fight last weok, was
brought to tho jail of this county for safe
keeping. The Mound City jail is n moro
shell, erected out of logs several years ago for
city uses only, and wholly unsafe. It was no
moro a fear, however, thnt Smith would break
out of jail and oflcct his escape, than apprehen
sions that a mob would break in and tako him
out and hang him, thnt suggested his removal
to Oairo. Tho fcelinc of Dwycr's friends ran
high on tho evening of tho prisoner s removal,
nnd it is thought thnt ho was not "spirited
away an hour too toon.
As a truo version of tho affair has not yet
been published, it mav further tho ends of
justice to stato hero tho details, Dwyor was
intoxicated, nnd called at Smith's saloon with
some friends for drinks on credit. Smith's
son refused, whereat Dwyer Incamo nngry,
even furious. Tho son immediately advised
his father, who was butchering an animal nt
the time, of tho stato of affairs, nnd requested
him to come in nnd settle matters. Smith re
paired to tho saloon, knife in hand, but laid
tho weapon down on reaching tho counter.
Dwyor at once assailed him, using tho most
nbuslvo language ho could command, to which
Smith replied angrily. Thu nltorcation had
continued only n few second when Dwyer
seized a chair nnd dealt a blow at Smith's
head, either missing him or striking him so
lightly thnt no Injury resulted. Dwyor per
sisting in his assault, Smith gathered tho
knife, nnd ns Dwyor was In the net of turning
plunged it into his back to ft depth of fully
eight inches, inflicting a ghastly wound and
cutting in two one of the kindneys.
it is said thnt Dwyer was vorv drunk and
incannble, for that reason, of inflicting liarm
upon Smith; but of this fact, It is presumed
that Smith was not fully advised. These tire
the details us furnished to us by a party who
professes to bu entirely familiar with tho
whole unfortunnto occurrence.
For oysters, go to Louis Horbert and
cure some of his Mobilo Shell Ovstors.
FIMI.M C.UKO TO ('OM'JIIIl'S AMIXH SHOttK.
Wo wore shown soniotimo agi thu profile of
tho route leading from Cairo to Columbus
made by the corps of engineers who survoyed
the 3IoblIe and Ohio railroad. It presents n
vastly better lino for a railway than one
would suppose nftor a casual examination.
There are no heavy grades or fills, and nn un
expectedly large portion of the distance Is en
tirely nbovo the roach of tho highest floods.
31 r. Throop, under whoso personal direction
tho survey was effected, pronounced the route
entirely practicable, and that a railroad could
le constructed between Cairo nnd Columbus.
following tho route designated, for six hun-
drod thousand dollars.
At h lutor period, when Fort Heft, onposito
Cairo, was garrioned,nn ominont civil engin
eer, then stationed there, survoyed tho sntno
stretch of country, contemplating thu proba
bility of building n road to C'nliimbu', or to
connect with the 3Iobile nnd Ohio railroad,
as u military necosMty. This gentlomnn nnd
his assistants, clcMely scrutinized every milo
of the distance, and reported that thoro were
no unusual obstacles In the way, and that tho
road might lie built for four hundred thousand
dollars. This tostimotry wo rognrd as con
clusive, and ns nn offcctunl quietus to the
groundless nsortious of thoso whoso "bread
and meat" nro abuse and detraction asser
tions that n road approaching Cairo from the
south nuiit, for many miles, traverse bottom-
les twamM and distnul lagoons. Thnt char
acter of detraction luu lost its power to inflict
harm, nnu is only employed now by porsons
who are ignorant of the real oiiaructer of the
country; or those who, knowing the truth,
utter u He through pure "cussednoss."
a con: as.
Louis Herbert, of whom you can procuro
ull kinds including Fish served in every
shape, to ouch customer.
ST. l'ATIillVS lir-NKVOl.tT SKCIKTV.
A letter uddressinl by the Hon. 2f. It. Ca.
soy to Lawrence J. llyrne, Secretary of tho
St. Patrick's Iiencvolent Society, apprises us
of the fact that n bill has been reported iu
the House of Iteproicntutives for an not of In
corporation for that well-dorving society.
.Mr. Casey spak confidently of tho early
pHS'age of the bill.
The St. Patrick's Uenevolent Society Is
prolmbly the largest charitable institution in
the city. It embraces more than one hun
dred of our most worthy and pnw)rous clt
Iwis and will continue to grow with tho
city's growth. Already a numbor of father
less families have had occasion to thank this
"ciety for aid nndsustenunco that hnvo driv
en want and suffering from their doors. Tho
dying hours of worthy members have been
tenderly watched and solaced by sympathi
zing brothors, and tho great grlof of tho wid
ow and fatherle.s has been softened by
tributes of respect nnd deeds of kindness by
the entire brotherhood. A commendable
mUslon Is that of tho St. Patrick's Uenevo
lent Society a mission of charity and mer
cy to households whero death has brought
mourning by breaking tho column thnt was
their earthly reliance and support.
Thntc that can Hrv hut Dimly, can be
Mmle it, ce Plainly,
Tuber Jlrother are now In receipt of ono of
the largoH and finest stocks of spectucles and
eye-glascs ever offered to the public in thia
market, consisting of steel bowed spectacles,
shell, vulcanized rubber and steel framed oyo
glassos, in tho most fashionnblo and exquisite
styles, for ladies and gontlemen.
These goods wero purchnsed of tho celebra
tl manufacturing optieiun firm of James "W.
Tween A- Co., rhiludeljdiin, Pa., and selected
by a first class optician of thnt city.
"We nro prepared to furnish mathematical
instruments, for drawing, surveying nnd civil
engineering j aUo, philosophical, astronomi
eul instruments, &c, - f thoso colobrnted inuk-
u", , TaHKK UltOTIIKltS.
Cairo, 111., January 25, 1800-Ct
Tho City Central Committeo will meet at
the office of Allen, AVebb & Jlutlor on Satur-
unlay evoniug, January 31st, at 7:30, to tuko
measures concerning tho coming chartor
Calamity I S;aldedl Stewed! Roasted I
nml Kaw ! F resh Mobilo Shell Oysters, at ,
Cairo, 111 Jrui 28, lm.
Culled by tho 3fayor for tho transaction' of
Present, his honor the 3Inyor nnd Alder
men Artcr, Carroll, Gibson, Hnlllday, Lohr,
Itcilly, Kynn, Kittenhousc, Susankn, and Vln
Tho following proposition was presented
nnd read :
To the Hon. Mayor nnd city council of the cityofGilros
AVc proposo to nccept from tho city of
uairo, in payment oi our jiuigmuni, ciiy
bonds payable in twenty-flvo years, bearing
ten per cent, interest.
Fox, Howaud A- Co,
On motion of Alderman lUttonhouso tho
proposition was referred to a committee of
three, with instructions to report nt next rog
Tho mayor appointed hs Mid committee,
Aldermen P.ittonhoujo, Pcilly and Ilalllday.
Alderman Artcr asked for tho reading of
ordinance No. 73, and entered his objections
to tho nrbitrnry powers given the comp
Alderman Itittonhoue then offered tho fol
lowing rosolution, which was adoptetl:
ltesolved, That tho comptroller U hereby
rciuested to hold all bid recoivod for money
in the sinking fund uljeet to the decision of
tno council, oeioro isuing ins warrant on tne
treasurer for anv moiu-v.
Tho finance committee reported that they
wore informed by the comptroller that tho
First National Hank i fferwl RJ and John W.
Trover 0 jier cont. for the uw of the money,
under ordinnnco No. 75.
Alderman Ilitlcnhouse moved that the bid
of the First National bank be accepted.
Alderman Halliduy presented nn ordinnnco
repealing ordinance 75.
On motion further action was deferred un
til next regular meeting.
Tho board then appointed tho following
judges of election, to serve for tho ensuing
First AVnrd AV. G. Cary, Joseph M'Kon
zic and John C. Miller;
Second Ward S. P.. Hay, L. J. Byrne
nnd A. Kischbach;
Third Ward William Lonorgan, John O.
"White and John Woodij
Fourth AVard il, Fitzgerald, N. Hun
sackcrnnd Henry 3Ietcalf.
On motion adjourned.
Jou.v P. Faoi.v. City Clerk.
The St, Charles, Thur.day, Jununry 2S.-
J II Mutnhv.M I.ouf:
W J Vmincmn, Mo,j
J l,nrlan'l, "
J A Wmclrain. rntran,
S !miiitvn, . ij i
W Mi Klrirlit. (Vlilrul.m:
ii i i-iman,
I. K Hntlliiut, ChirAKS;
f Churehifl, Cumnatr,
It Umli. Illinois
W FleMhrr, l'lttbors;
J Franklin, Tno.;
T T Ilii'till, MemiJii
W M Willium. Vickuburss
J M Williams etiy;
1. K Jiih. ft Jaui;
J M Hurt. "
I. l(iehnionl, Ohio;
II II X.irktr, C'hwao;
II Hlrlitr, "
J M iluh. All :
J f I.OOIIH-, i-.t Imu'ih
If T,rlM 1... .
J M McKrt.llB. l,oiiitv,;
A liliiin, Ontntlia;
f. It Htl!l-, M Ikillia:
ft Trarr;., c;p Oimr.;
K II iHtri ami ifP Mo ;
W H K1Iiii?ioii, I'silucnh;
tiii: cAiito iiisAi. ti: tin:.
Tho house of Hullidny Uros., of this city,
is just in receipt of n Liverpool order for
eight hundred thousand bushels of corn, to be
forwarded with dispatch. Another heavy
J.ivorjwol houso forwards to tho samo Cairo
firm tho sum of $37,000 to be used in tho
purchase of grain for that market.
Who doubts tho speed v upbuilding of Cairo
ns one of the great American great markets ?
The spring-liko character of tho woether
hitherto excites the astonishment of tho "old
est inhabitants . It is encouraging the
growth of vogotathm at a rote thatjpromisea
dire disaster to our fruit crop. Along tho
margin of Cache river the maple trees arc in
full bloom, and trees of other kinds begin to
assume their hue of green. A like season has
never been known in this country.
Compared with the aspect nf affairs during
the Fall and Winter business in Cairo is do
cldedly lively. Our merohunta are driving n
very fair trade, wine of thorn filling hoary
onlcrs from the South almost daily, nnd
scarcely nny of them complaining of dull
times. The wharf this morning prosonted
quite an active scene, not so much from the
presence of steamboats ns from tho delivery
of freights to merchants and upon tho wharf
and wharf boots for shipment.
Coyne's ball alley has been thoroughly re
paired and repainted, and is in tlp-top order.
The saloon, t', has Wn overhauled and
stocked with the finest wines and liquors f
forded by the market. He Invites his friends
to call on him, and avail thomsclvoi of tho
advantage he offers for healthful pastime and
recreation. Alley open overy day of tho
Good hard stove wood, cut nnd split and
delivered by F. 31. Ward at firo dollars per
full cord ofiaafwt. heave orders at Hulen's,
nnd Post Olflcoi also four foot wood, all hard
nnd dry, delivered at four dollars and a half
per cord. Jftn. 20. 3t.
Koohler & Co. wore showing tho people
this morning the kind of bcof supplied to tho
fourth warders. Tho four bullocks paraded
by them through tho principal streets wero
fino animals in good condition.
Thomas Wilson, esq., is announced in tho
proper column, as a candldnto for 3Iayor.
Portl.ltt for I tic Tsrenly-four Iluura eiul
iiiK at Tivn o'clock, P. H,
Hon. Anderson C .Iurn.; Win. Wlilto, l'uducahi
. " v.ru',V,0,iilluj j-nrsyin, vicKiur
ivaic .iiii, jirmH.ri!, onru inane ii,
Arinwiu, r.vaim.ue, live, "
HelleHt. I.oui,ht. I.ouis: Kilgour, "
T)rone,.Nalivtll.-, Cooia, Memphis;
ficn. Anilcrson, Colnm.; Wm, White, I'Arlucali;
olne llruneli, fct.
I..jui: Htra'Ier. N. ().:
" KaluKIIU, l,oulrille;
City of Cairo, "
Mollie Harnliloton, Mem.;-
" utile ni. i.oiin. 'i
The weather li somewhat unsettled to-day,
but the teni per M nro is ubout tho samo as yes
terday, A heavy rain fell during tho night,
and a high wind from tho southwest has pre
vailed all day. Should this wind continue
wo will probably havo moro rain, but
j probabilities nro that It will chnugo and blow
from tho north. TWb;hopa It.' mny, for tho
tcmpornturo 13 very tinsoasonnblc.
Tim 31 S3 1SJ DDI IS Still fllllillL' lit. St. T.ntila
Navigation Is still interrupted to Keokuk, by
gorges of ice, which, however, can bo broken
by dint of pcrsovorenco and hnrd work. Tho
steamer Mollio 3tcPiko broko tho gorge and
went to Keokuk, and broko it nlso on her ro
turn to St. Louis.
Tho Ohio Is fulling every whero, but moro
slowlv than nt hut report. Thoro is four feet
six inches in thochulo over tho falls, and scant
four feet in tho channel nt Pittsburg will;
. . ... t a i j 1 a 1 1 i
considerable ice running ouioi wio viiegiiany,
As tho wcathor has commenced moderating
nt Pittsburir the Ico will not bo any serious
obstruction, but tho stage of water is n sori-
ous ono. A riso isspccuny cxpecicu.
Here tho river has fallen nearly iwo feet
since last report, and is still receding rapidly.
The Mississippi Vnlloy 'irnnsportatiori
Company nro loading bargos rapidly, nnd the
Elevator is pouring bulk grain into others.
The Forsyth received here about CO tons
assorted freight for St. Louis and way
Tho White hud n modoroto trip for roship-
mont to St. Louis nnd below. Wo nro pleased
to lenrn that tho way businoss of tho Whito
has largoly increased, nnd that she sometime
receives nnd discharges almost a full onrgo nt
way point. Lust night sho ferried CO mules
from the Illinois to the Kentucky shore.
Tho .Mollie Hnmbleton received 250 tons,
about ono half of which had been purchased
from our merchants nnd was destined f r
way points between Cairo and 3Iemphin. If
the Hnmbleton is Mi'tuinod she will be of
grent benefit to the businoss of the city.
Tho Armada brought only a few paokages
for Cairo merchants, but had 72 bbls whis
key, 170 bbls jHitntoes, 162 bbls meal, 620
pieces castings, 270 pkgs furniture, 314 bags
corn, 20 hhdstobabcoforreshipment bouth.
ThcTyroiio brought 1C tons Iron for roshlp-
mont to St. Louis, 134 sks dried fruit for
Chicago, nnd 20 tons flour nnd sundries for
Tho Hollo St. -Louis discharged 30 tons
hore for Cairo ftnd rcshipment to various
Tho Olive Urntich discharged 42 hhds
biigar, 42 bbls rico, 12 saokn coffee, tl packa
ges sundries, principally for rcshipment to
Tho Tyrone, Capt, Sam. Harmon, clerk
Wnsh. Weaver, Is tho regular Cairo and
Nashvillo packot this evening. She takes
freight nnd passengers for nil points ab ng
tho Cumberland rivor, mid wc enn asur- ll)
public thnt hor oUlccrJ nro obliging utnl at
tentive. The swift-running Quickstep, Captain Dex
ter, clerks Grammar and Pennington, is tho
regular mail and MeDger packet for Kvans
vllle and ull way KlnU this evening.
'1 he Helle of Alton having been detained
nf St. Louis is expected for New Orleans this
Tho Genoral Anderson, ns a matter of
course, inukos her seml-eally trips to Colum
bus, morning nnd evening.
Tho newspapers nlong the rivers of the
whole West nro republishing our warning t..
stonmbontmon, in regard to violation f tl.
rouenuo laws in transporting empty Jujn-.r
casks with the Inspector's brand romainiiig
thereon. We ure glad to soo this, as wo do
sire to see our stoamboat friends kept iut of
danger from damages. Not ono of those
newspapers, however, has had the manlinc
to crodit the article to the Cairo llulletin.'
The tow-lxat Kellogg Is still tn the docks
nt this city, and is undergoing very thorough
The Ilolx-rt Fulton lay at our wharf two
day receiving repuiri to her boilers. Seve
ral sheets and parts of shN'ls wore removed
nnd now one substituted. Our Cairo boiler
makers are adepts ut such business.
Capt. 3IaJln brought down his crew from
St. Louis lat night on tho Helle St. LouU,
and this morning raised ft on in on the steamer
City of Cairo and depnrtod for St. Louis to
rosumo her place In tho St. Louis and 3Iem
phis pneket line. She has boon laid up nt
this city nearly two months.
Tho Tohnnsseo departed for St. Louis this
i tit t . . . t .
loronoon, anu win oe strcngiueneu in the
docks nt thnt city so ns to conform with tho
now regulations required for mountain and
"Missouri river boats; Tho greater portion of
he' cabin is also to bo removed, and hor cn
tiro texns or officers qunrtors.
F.4ar Bullitt Tou are authorise 'I lo annW"c tho
namoof THOMAH WM.KON as a CandidalA for Ma-r
of Cairo at llin rnutng rliartir Mpotifin. t
Kor City Altornry.
We arcanilioniod lo nnnouncn tint I. I. IlLTLKIt,
Kq , will Irf.acariili'lat' for re-olwlion to tlieoffn-e of
City Attorney, subject to the J folsion of the ik-inoeratie
Kor Clly Mnrnlinl.
We are authnribHl to nunounee that JOHN CL'ItltAN
will U- n cnuitlilatn for the offlco nf City Ma'ruhil at tho
rnsulnccliarlrr flection, mil cot lo the Utrvislon of the
democratic party. te
Wear. uuthnriiH to announce MICHAEb HAM
IlltlCK s a cainllilatn fur the otSoc of City Mar.hr.l
suljeet to Hip ifrcuiua of tho democratic party, tc
Wn arc nuthoriuxl to nnnoiinf o'lliat DAN. McC.'.lt.
Tiir l aranilldatit furtlio ottioofCity Martha), siih
Joct lo thu iU-oinoii of (ho Dtrnoc ratio arty, to
Kor City Treasurer.
Mr. VAtor I'lui8fl announce rue man inflepenilcnt
can'lliiatoforthf otttco of Cily Treasurer, iiiljoct, ho
ever, to (h decision ol tho voters of Cairo,
Woareaiithoritedtoannouncn that JOHN IIVI,ANI
is acaudidato for tho ottlcuof City Treasurer, atihjwt
to tho decision of tho democratic party, te
Wo are authorized to announce J, II, TA VI.OU ns a
candidate for the ollico of City Treasurer, subject to tho
UecUlonnf the democratic arty. It
For Police JlfaKlitratr.
.Vr. FJitor Ilcaio nnnouncn mo a candldnto for Po
lice Maf,'ltrate. Security debts and u spell of nicUnonii
of two and a half years' duration hao left mo In need
of tho office. It is my chief nujjort, and as this is tho
last time I shall ask nince, I hope, my friends Hill not
forget inc. (tJ II. 8HANNRSSV.
Mr, Kdaar Plcaso nnnounce mo n n rnnilulalo
for the offico of I'oliee Magistrate, subject to thuilecis
ion of the democratic party. lol JAME.S IIVAN.
Mr, yjtivr Please luiuounco mo as an Independent
candidato for tho offlco of City Clerk nt tho ensuing
election. to h. W. HAItllKU.
Mr, VAtor Vhtoa announce mo ns n candldnto for
tho oillco of City Clerk, at the ensuing charter clcu
tiou, subject, however, to tho demoeratlo party,
to I'ATHICK MOCICLHIt.
I hereby announce myself a candidato for tho olfico
of City Clork, subject to tho regulations of tho demo,
cratio party, . te JOHN p. MY.UV,
Wo ore authorised to announce JOHN p. FAMNas
a candidate for the office of City Clerk, subject to tho
decibion of the democratic party, te
csiho TasxartR co,
1HAS. T. UINDE,
I'OItWAKMXiJ AM) t'OMMISSIOX
CAIICO TJKAiYSFJUt COMPANY
CA 1 110 IMslSOIS.
I'hroucll nnu of
Klvrii tn all
Avnllnlile I'olnl. I
y Hull i,r Water.
niTSPECUL ATTENTION TO KOItWAUIHNO.
TLA.NTIC AND 3tISSISSIPJ,I
ST i: A. II SHIP
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toMi'itoMisi: lim: ,sti:ami:iis
7ST 33 W OHXiEAKTS
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11,1 VK ItltAXCIt
utnpnMng ull the liiiiKt an -I irwt IiomHuui
()n of the above line f .Imiuerx Mill Icnve Ca r
ir New Ort-neiery iUn-r day, eounectim: at N' m
Orleans "itli (:-n I.iiih of Ms.iiir to
.1 verpnol, New Vurk. Itoaton, nml (Jalvcs-
ion, i c ma,
I'neeM aad shlniw can rdr nn one nt fhs '
Unto liurlntr Cairo i-iwiuwtly aUne. Will )-rvy
lrtseuUr attunleifi lo H way frlaht tlcw trniph i
to New Urlmi. OH As. T. IIINDK,
nernl AKni, rairo.
OUlKn, nn Wlwnt, VuYifc fjindinx-
HI). P. IW ftiirnf Mil Tekt Acut.
OIc. at i. titan HHl.
(p:3Il'HIS AM ST. LOUIS
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The fntlmi ic H"t eimiiAM tl.ll I.lno IB'I lit.
nn in the f- liox.i. i-Mi-r
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CITV OF A I.TO.V THOMrMlN. MUr
iiki.i.i: .MIMIIMIIS I R.VNH, M-t.-r.
CITV OF CAlltO MAUN, Miwtrr
l'romit iiniioo will b xii te all boin.-
Ifiatvl M the ' r- oflhisM- Natta.
front vt tiir NatiuaaJ Haaa.
CKAK. T. HIKHK. lmmi AsrU
RU. K. HtfsMiN, TieluAaorf PnnissjSir A-
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I Mill' vrTl.s MAIL I.INF--JOU.V
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rlrT T'15 splendid side-whoel
MAI I-'I.OWKIt, rO.MMF.UCIAI. anil
I..v Mmii,1.i. rty Tt IAV. THI R-HA V an I
KVTl'RIiAY, at ip.iii . fr Whi Kifr. toniiwlmi;'
Imvall'i lllutt Willi lb M mi.t.i- n i .tlr K,vk 1U.:
rad fnr Litilc H-k mm! liut Pjwian-. Time frori
Mmfhi- to I.itU ftovk, ti .
Krciahlo iWvatfvM rmiriol arrr Ihe atnv
I.nm ut )or nO. Uum ttv otfcvr rMH.
CHAM. T. HiM'K. Aaa. ..-... II
Hbre ol Wi.wl lout
LOUIS, CAIKO AND VICKSHUHO
...!. h KWiMili.Mantc
, .l.l'K Kit. Mtatir,
I. L.MINAHV ..
I'asCiro ko ii iipatrrani verv si'SliVfanl
Tt'KiI'AV. an 1. n down tr p every Till IlifiAV an i
f-LNI'.U', iiiakiiii ciorni oiino lion wan
VlrkaliurK ") 3Irrlillau Itallroail,
helnin nnd .Mrrlillan Itallroail
New Orltnii, Jnckaim nml Ureal Northern
ThrotiKh r-eirit uiven to any nnd all point on th
said road", with V k i for Yaxio Hirer.
S3eswl Htuntiou K'icn to all way liijiieK ttnce.i
Cairo and Viokshurg.
C1IAS. T. III.VHK f!enral Airent.
Ullk'0 nn WharMxat
JgVANSVILLK AND CAIKO
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ttfPOL-r. Coiisistlnu of tho following
mft .igar-sCSileiidl(i rasseiife'cr Stcnmers:
I)l"SOCCHj:T,..M.,Miwter POWLI'.lt - ..Oeri
I.envex Cairo Sunday and Thursday nt 4 p.m.
DKXTKI! ..Mater (iUAMMKIt. .Oiri
I.eavei Cairo Tutaduy nnd Friday at 5 p.m.
HOWAItl) Matter WItlfJHT .Clerk
Leaves Cairo Wediieday and Hatiirday at 5 p.m.
Makins all Intermediate. Undine, and siying jur
timilnr attention tn I'neket Kreleht.4,
CHAS. T. HINDI:. Ceneral Anenl,
Officii mi WharMMt.
ASHVILLK AND CAIKO
. ,(rs:r' Coinpo?cd of tho following
filMS MaAter HAHI'int
Leaves Cairo every Sunday nt 5 p.m.
STltONO, Master KUAN
Leaves Cairo every Tuesday at 6 p.m.
HAItMON..... Master WKAVKH
Leaven uuro cu-ry i riuay nt a p.m.
j-3pecial attention given to way business betweea
i;airu uuu isjuiiinio.
C1LV9. T. IIINDK, Ooueral Arch
Oittco ou WharfUAt,