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LOCAL NEWS. J
For oyitorr o !J Louis Herbert nnd pro
&.so sOinof Jib Mobile Jjhcll Oysters. '
Th latrgalna given by Goldstlno fc Itoscn
SrM in calicos, muslin., unit nil staple nrtl
clcs i the dry goods Into, is attracting the
aitvU of nit prudent buyers. tf
llll I ! I I S III
Th match gome of ball to bo played in
Coyne's nlloy to-morrow afternoon, commenc
ing a. S o'ekk, will be a manly contest of
tin Mgbwt intrait. Two of tbo most expert
pferttttfO city arc matched for the oecn-
;MM. KTOrvwwv M invited 10 witness inc
Wafer' walw'! water I! ! Great induce-
MMl llarcains' bargains I The (took of
ctaflring, furnishing goods, boot, shoos, fcc,
Ae, which tm saved uySteriiholnier& Mar.x
rVom t)w lat lira, will bo sold nt SO per cent
. . . i
MM I nan cwi, m mtjir now piaco 01 nusinci,
Xo. ! OM lavm. Cull soon nnd eeure bar
traitM, iu the good will be fold at ngre.'it sac
ritw Ityorner of the underwriter.
Arba!! will b given in Coyne's ball Riley,
eorstor of Division and Poplar streets next
Tpwilny evening. The respectable public
nr invited to attend and participate. Good
mtNfc) $ti jwstod prompters will be nt the sor-
vicssof the nartr, and the bot or onloren
0. A.' KMd v, D. V. Fitzgerald,
J.ll.Jringlkh, " John II. .Smith.
A grand carnival and masquerade ball will
dlMBtratA 'Famlity, February the -ltli as a
ilay long to b remombercd. A parade in
mMkt ami cotiimH will take place at 10
i clock, on tho morning of that day, nnd the
ball will 1 held at ft-heel a hull in the eve
nlng . Sflckbecger and Koehler give the ball,
nnd will spare no pains to make it n success
in ewr particular. They invite and expect
all thair ruspcvlablc friends anil acquaint
Mice to Iw present and participate in the fes
tivitiw. Improper characters will be per
emptorily exclude! Good intnic, pood order
and good cheer are guaranteed. The crowd
will no doubt be largo and the enjoyment
"tromtndous.' , Jy2!-.tt
Tlicxr Unit can .Sec but Dimly, rim lir
?Iiiilo lo nr IMnliil)'.
Tabor Ilrothors arc now In receipt of one of
the larfeat and flucst blocks of fiMjctaelei- and
oyirfclft ever otferod to the public in this
market, consisting of steel bowed spectacle.,
-hell, vulcanized rubber and steel frainrd eyo
fjllHW, in the most faauinnable nnd oxquisilo
stylet, for ladles and gentlemen.
The good worst purchased of the celebra
ted manufacturing optiriau firm of .lame V.
Twaen &: Co., Philadelphia, i'a., and aelectcd
by a lint c)nm optician of that city.
V, arc prepared t furnUh lnuthetuatical
imtruiMnta, fur drawing, surveying und civil
engineering; nWi hilrwophicn'l, nstronoinb
cml tmtrnmcnU, &c, of thooeclcbrtti J Mak
er. TaIIKR llltODtKKS
C4ro, January 26, 13G0-et
Tin and hoe tore of KUiott unit lluy
tam pceteatf rare induceinenUto ou-tomers
alike In the quantity, quality ar.d price of
the atoek always on hind thera. Ur-.t and
khoeabeioa apecialty with the Arm they
wateh the market and avail thtimelvco of all
fitToraKe fluctuati'n, that they may furnith
tholr pUoM -with (ood in their liaq nt the
loweet p.jib; f-rc. VtAt they have not
Et in the way of boon and aIm, ladies',
miaew' and chi!dren Loe( etc it will U- a
Iom tim It leak for dwhere in Caiio.
Their aock h Tory comjd4tt and having ro
Mtvtjdnotat larce and Httractive addltloiu,
thy ak lew (mUie to look through it and eri
HWtf hm ptko-. fbT-:tt
The frcedoij. ot the high tidowNlif. cvt)d
otl to HutoeMMrcM, Mtnu of then inert' in
ia, wEl Idov1vWt, b.r .U, Itgltitnatc
fruit, broken limb, and vo-riMy l- of life.
A large crow I :t.ild at Coytt' ball
alley yejtorday afternoon. Snrwal very ex
( 'Uiug giuii vtuw pUynd, Un, dy iil
eryLadjr partldpaUxl witkout ortlur or imy
kij4 'at arranitemcut;" '
Theeletti.n i the ditf topic Biiimip the
aoTmn Jml now. Cundkktet hk nn
ajtnhr for large croud.
AV. 1). Rockwell it Co.. am (imonj; the
mo.t extttuiva newMlaalur of Illinol.. Their
counter are alway. l!llel with the- Jatwt
dailiae, the heat family weeklies, and nil the
montkliea of merit.
The Fourth Ward proHH( to eabllb, at
the cnauing eleetio n, that it U the nu.t jxip.
uleun ward in thu olty. , . ...
The .Mitilcm or L'uiou Sabbath choo
)kl in tlM Chriitlan church, on lBth .treet.
lmi,-we are informed, over three hundred
gchplar enrolled, teinj- free from 'xeetari
nnUm it bai willtl tlie aurvfee of chlt-n
of ult proUfetbiit denotniuatioiif..
Tho Kbv. r M"rrion, jire.idini; elder of
tue .M. K. oliun h. w about to take up liU
mideace in soini uilur urtion of h( fluid of
labor. Ilia wife, confined to her b-d during
a juirlod of two or three weeks by nn attuck
ofimallpox, h eurivnltjiug. The reverend
gentloiitaii ha a laro circle of friend, in
Cairo, whoae gu.4 wiihe will follow him.
The- regular monthly meetint; of , the city
council will be held thi evening, it prom
lie to lie a u'iii of unuiual intcreH.
Dr. J. J. llumphroy announce that he U
a cuudidato for cityckrkj tubject to the deci
sion of the deuicnau party. That's the av
to do It.
Don t lorget to roguter to-morrow for the
cliartttr election. Tljo board of regUtry will
meet at the usual piaoefc for holding ultv elec
tions. , .. ,
V. K. Albright,' uaq., arrived home from
.Springfield yeaiarday. inunilng. Inuring )U
short fctuy in the capital city -Mr, Albright
xras admitw to practice in the united State
Tlio attention of tlio grand jury, nowine
uion, mid of the city i)liee force, U called to a
communicutlon In thin paper, liJgiied "Fourth
Tlio Illinois Central Jtallroad compunv i
paving tho levee, between the Central e'evn
t r n'id tho rlvt r, a width f about tlireo hun
MAUHIIAt iniflAX'S TISMCATIOX.
Etiitor Cairo Evening llulletin Availing
mysolf of the kind offer extended in Satur
day evening a Usuc of the 'BuUclin,' for tho pur
poto'of explaining the iryrlck-Haile-IIorno-lllntidville-llogan
ombroglio, I will, briefly
as possible, introduce thu details of the arrcM,
detention and release of this man 3lyrlck. 1
nrroted him on tho '22d of January last, in
thnotllco of Esquire Uross, justice of the
peace, by virtue of a statct' warrant Issued by
that olllcer, chaglng him (Jfyrick) witli the
crime of stealing a horse, the nlledged prop
erty of Captain Taylor, hi Cohimbu, Ky.,
ho (Myrick) being,' at tho time, In flie custody
of 51 r. Moekler. a cotm'.v cii'table of this
county, and ln ld without proces or author
ity, to answer a charge of forgery, caid to
have been committed in Ulandville, Ky.
Soon after thejirrest of the prisoner (about 11
o'clock, a.m.) I received a telegram from
Marshal Halle, of Coluhibu, a'king that I
detain Myrick in custody until tho arrival of
the steamer General Anderson, the ensuing
evening. Tho prisoner becominc impatient,
and demanding trial, the charge of larceny
was entered by mo before .lustice Uros, with
the request that the cause bo continued by
the court until the arrival of the steamer Gen
eral Anderson, that evening, which was
And now hero, came tho Ulandville, Ky.,
partio, horetoforo feigning Ignorance of tho
Columbus charge, nnd informing me that tho
hore in quo-tlon was in Kentucky, in cus
tody of one of their party, and detained as
.'ocurity for an expene of feedlm; him,
amounting, as nlledgod, to thirty dollar,
with the demand that the prionerbe released
that tliov mi"ht tnkn him to Itlnndvillc for
trial. Ilefore yielding to this demand, I
sought satisfaction f-r the Columhu" partio,
advising them of mv purpose to dotain the
riiner until the arrival of the steamer, say
ing that then their arrangement of matters
would be s.atisfactorv to me. And here to
convey tho character of tho JUandville inter
0't, and the diiHiultv I labored under In de
taining tho prisoner, I would sav some eight
or ten persons were here from Ulandville, eat h
as.'ertiiiL: his supremncv in his respective
claim on the prionnr, on various charirM.
It will Ui remembered that the lirlsoner,
.Myrick, purchased a horse from one Mr.
Hay, also of Ulandville, Kv., and came to
Cairo with thu horse without satisfying Mr.
Hay for the same; and tho evening previous
to tho arrest of Myrick, not knowing any
thing of tho man personally, and purely on
tho suspicion aroused by the sWry of Mr.
Home, I directed the horse to be detained
in thu livery stable of Mr. Power
until such time as I wa fully
atitt!ed a to the knit ruin twites-
slon of the animal on the part of Myr
ick. I in the act of restoring to Mr.
Hay the property in que'.iou, when Marshal
Hallo and Mr. Horn arrived from Colummu.
Marshall Halle, in a very excited and impu
dent manner, demanded the prisoner, swear
ing that he would take him to Uuhiuibu. 1
at once pereetv.sl that the Marshal was la
boring under a real e.uetive Influence of
Kentucky (KuUrtAon county) wh'nky, and
remarked to hU companion, Mr. Home, that
lie (llaile) was not In condition to tajco
charge of the prisoner; and that if ho went
into th primmer' prcence the result would
be a disturbance between them, which I
wished t.. avoid tlliug them that the pr!-
oner was very much averse to going with
them, and luid rejseai-diy threatened to be
killed before he would go. I told him in or
der to secure the prisoner he hud bettor sU-
tlon Mr. Halle (the only logalotneer) in the
neighborhood of the steamer's, landing, and
nstUt'mu if porsible In getting the prisoner
on the boat, when Mr. Haile it'deit able could
cmld arrest him. The prisoner refusing to
ccconipuny Mr. Hon. 1 did agree to deliver
him on tho corner of Oth and Levee streets, if
ljibk. Accordingly L attempted to Induce
the prf'oner to walk down town with me.
We had proceeded only to the corner of l!th
and I.i vee street when the prisoner refused
to t;o further, and demanded trial coneeruing
the charge for which he remained in my cus
tody, roiuarking at the time, he would go no
farther toward tho boat alive. Heturning to
tbeoourt room 1 sent for Mr. Horn, the
prisoner insisting upon the right to trial.
The court ei.tered the charge preferred
tguinst him in the warrant of the um-.t,
when the circumstance of the case were de
tailed to the court by mo, J aUo informing
the court that C lumbus purtlM were hero to
secure his arrest and t convev him to Co
lumbus for hearing, stating in connection
that thoy wore not possessed g logal procosi,
to wit : a requisition from the Governor of
Kentucky, to take him from this state, and
that I (Wired ueh dispoItion of tho charge
as would either warrant mo in releasing or
imprisoning the prisoner. Tho court after
hearing the fuels of tho case, adjudged thu
tho prhloner acquitted, when Mr. Horno
again enter hi appearance, and after tho Ulc
eration of the prisonor by tho court, demand
ed that I nhouid detain the prisoner until such
period a he could procure tho necessary pro
cess for his arrest. Mr. Horn indulges in u
little piece of blood and thunder argument
about any one charging complicity on his
part with the releaso and oscapo of tho pris
oner added I presume to embellish his ar
gument, as I never myself mado nor havo
over hoard anv person mako any such
charge. Mr. Hornu also speaks of
certain conversation had in front
of the city National Jlank with
"very renpectablo citizen," tho issue of which
wa derogating to mv character as a citizen
and otlicer. Mr, Home, I daro you to men
tion hU name; if you uro a man you will do
so ; if you are a coward, n liar nnd unworthy
the notice of a repectablo man, you will re
mso. Aim even Here let mo Bay to your
fr'n nds and tho public, that your conduct in
this matter, and especially your conduct In
tin i o,r i, room, was anything but becoming
to n gentleman,
A to the chargo of Mr. Hallo, to-wit: that
I told him thiil on ono occasion I released a
band of eountorfeitors for a bribo of f l, '.00, or
any otbi-r sum, or consideration, I brHiul as ti
trdful .,aictvui tie .and its author as a
wihula. l maliclbus liar. Yet I partially
cx i Mr Halle, if ho uttered tho accusation
when ,i i ilur cinditlon to that in which
'el t', a I am positive ho cannot, for
his life, remember who dragged him on board
tho steamer from one of tho lorco saloons. f
Tn conclusion, let mo ny that I havo stated
the plain facts In thocasc, and if cither of tho
parties concerned or Interested in this con
troversy desiro nnything more they can find
mo in Cairo at nny time, willing to satisfy
anything further that may seem offensive, by
less ink and more fun. Jons Hooan,
MnrMinl nf IliPflt) of Cntro, 111.
"THE VULCAN IRON WORKS."
"Tall Oaks from Ml tie Acorn CJrosv."
Among thu establishments Unit givo char
acter to Ca ro is that of .Mr. .1. J. Jicnme,
Iron AVorks." In the
fall of 18C-J, Mr. Hcnnio located in our city, as
n blacksmith, having few appliances cither to
command or facilitate badness; but, assured
that intelligent effort, persisted in, would ul
timately build him un. he bestowed the
most unrcmittintr attention upon his calling.
To-day ho is realizing tho reward of that
oilbrt In tho nbssewion of ono of tho rom-
plelest machine shops in tho State of Illinois.
His shoo is 45 bv 80 feet, iroiittng uircctiy
on Commercial Avenue, near the foot of
Ninth street. It is supplied with four forges
Thee tiro furnished their blast by Sturtovcnt's
patent blowor an American invention,
patented in this country and in I'rancc, Kng
land and Helgium, and in tho highest favor
wherever known. In this department, tho
hands wero engaged, when wo called, in the
mnnufaeturo of a chain for tho Great Kepub-
lle. that will woigh, when finished, over 2000
tmunds. It Is mado from 2 inch Iron. We
nfi-r to this to furnisdi an idea of tho capabil
itics of the establishment. A few hours be-
furu our arrival. a largo shaft that had been
most skillfully mended, had been shipped to
Messr. Stevenson. Pollock A: Co. Tho troth
i. it would bean extraordinary call, for re
pairs to steamboat, mill or any other kind of
machinery, that Mr. Hennie could not attend
to with dispatch and in the most satisfactory
In his finishing shop, is a quiet, o.vy-Roing,
fifteen horse jower engine, with a seven-flued,
upright boiler, that propols tho machinery of
the whole establishment. Among othor ma
chines, wo noticed Sehlencker'n patent bolt
cutter, which, In its line, we regard as n won
der. It will cut In the most oxact and fin
ished style two ono inch scrows in n minute,
nnd nuts with equal rnbiditv. Thu precision
as well as the rapidity of its work, makes
it invaluable. As an evidence of
what It could accomplish, o wore pointed to
two or three tons of nuts and screws of all
possible sizes, running from three-eighths of
an incli to an inch nnd three-quarters.
Those, with all kinds of stirrupi, steam
gauges, steam whistles, oil globes, globe
valves, chock valves, etc., arc always on hand
to supply the demands of customers. Parm
er's it Mix's screw-cutting lathe; a vortical
steam drill ; a turnint; lathe, and a planer
from the New Haven manufacturing compa
ny, besides machinery of other kinds, all add
to .ho completeness of the Vulcan Iron "Works.
To guard against such drawbacks as a want
of water, Mr. Hennie has sunk n 11 to the
depth of fifty feet, which has never yet shown
any signs of.failing. Hekles this ho hns con
truted a cistern beneath tho floor of tbomn
chineshop, which has a capacity of three.hun.
drod barrels. As the entire roof of hisiartre
building pays tribute to this cistern, the well
is not necessarily brought Into use except dur
ing protracted dry spells ; lut to tain nn ade
quate Idea of tho "Vulcan Iron Works ' one
must see them. Mr. Hennio is eminently
practical, and has Introduced just such appli
ance as. the varied demands of his business
colled for. Evervthlns is of the best, and Is
always kept in readiness fr use.
Ordinarily Mr. Rennlo works ten or twelve
hands. Nothing is done, however, that does
not full directly under his own eye. He ex
orcUe a vigilant supervision over tho work
confided to hU hands, and suffers no job to
loavo tho shop that Is not wholly satisfactory
to himself as well as to his customer. Tie fs
always on hand to see his hands go to work In
the morning, and may be found among them
during tho entiro day, overlooking every job,
no odds how large or insignificant.
While the "Vulcan Iron "Works repair all
forts of machinery in thocompletest and most
skillful munasir, thoy may also be depended
njson as unsurpassed in the work of gas and
steam fitting. A good stock of pipe, and fit
tings are always kept, that customers, may bo
served on the instant.
The engines of tho steamer Missionary, all
complete and in perfect working order, are
for ale, and may be seen at thi establish
incut. Also, two other engines, ono of them
7 inch cylinder, 12 Inch stroke; the other
inch cylinder and 21 inch stroke well adapt
ed for saw or grist mills, and in good condl
tion. It u unnecc-sary, perhaps, to commend Mr.
Hennie and his establishment to thu favor of
tho public. In conclusion wo will say, what
all our local readers know, that Mr. Hennlo's
reputation nt a mechanic is first-class, while
hU facilities f.,r turning oM work in his lino
aro inferior to nono accessible to the people
of this country, -and tho bteamboatmen run
ning tho Ohio "and Mississippi rivers.
t Hlt;itTH M AUD .M'lSA.M'K.
Mr. -; for. I desiro to call tho nttontlon
of tho police to tho den of Infamy on tho
north side of 20th street at its intersection
with Commercial Avenue. It is tho abode
of abandoned women nnd tho resort of thieves,
vagabonds and loafers. A decent woman
can scarcely pitsj the place without subjecting
herself to insult from souio of tho degraded!
creatures connected with or visiting tho house.
Its propriety is living, I understand, In a
statu of open adultery! nnd the indecent or
gies carried on thoro aro n disgrace to tho
city. The abandoned women from Poplar
and 34th streets congregate there almost eve
ry night, und indulge in drunken carousals
that ought not to bo tolerated au hour. Tho i
houso Is u vile nulsanco to tho neighborhood,
and tho reputation of tho city demands that
it bo abated, I theroforo call thu attention
of tho police to it, and ask that tho grand
jury, now in session, mako it a part of their
business to inquire Into tho uboiuliiattcf of
which I complain. Fouhtii Waiiu
iii S i
Thu democratic city central committee will
meet at thu otllco of Allen, "Webb & II
The high school woro dismissed nt noon
yesterday for tho day, to allow tho carpenters
who aro shelving- tho library room to finish
up their work. It will be called in tho morn
ing, however, ns usual
E. P. Diirllngliaih will lecture before tho
academy of science to-morrow evening, in tlio
Athcnoum, commencing nt half past 7'o'clock.
Port I.lst for the 4 Hour ritillng nt
l svo o clock, l". .n.
Orn. Andersen llum.
Isiu.l Wnu, l.ipnrt:
llelte Memphis, M. IjOuis;
W.U. Arthur, "
Mary lion-ton, .iI.j
J.W.ilarrrtt, - -Armenia.
Alice .Dean, Minplii!;
Aruuilu, ' '
Mnry Krvrlu, Cincinnati;
(ten. Aads-fon, tViaut.; Win. .White, Paditenh;
Virgin. N. O IMKI Watt, I't.'f.wto;
llrllp Msttifths. Meiurl'ls Htihieyn, "
r, l rum. I.awrtf Ciimfpnatl;
I'.h.-h, " Alw l)mn, "
CMintsftlaail, Krnnillo; J. W. Oarr. II, "
ArtnisiM, " Tigre.M, I'ltlslmre;
Msrv llenstoa, Uunnlle; Anarnia, "
Mary Crwin, Ark. ltivw.
The weuthor is again pleasant in tempera
ture, but rather hazy, with indications of
rain. "Wind from the south.
Tho Mississippi is falling at tho rato of live
inches per twenty-four hours nt St. Louis.
Only eight fv4 water is reported in tbo
channel to tlmtoity nbovu Cairo, while there
is an abundance for all classes of bouts, fully
laden, from Cairo to the gulf.
Tho Ohio is (.till falling nt nil points. Thero
is three feet rerted In the channel to Pitts,
burg, and scant four feet ovor tho falls, with
six feet in the catiul at Louisville.
Tho Cumberland Is still falling slowly
with four feet on Harpeth Shonls.
Hero tho river has fallen nearly five foot
since Saturday noon, but is not falling so
IJujiness i good, and receipts and ship
ments continue Inrge.
The Uelle Memphis discharged n large
quantity of Cairo freight, and recoivtd 50 or
CO tons for Momphis.
itie t.iutou ulso ui'ctiarireii contidorahlo
freight for Cairo niPrchnnts.
The Cumberland brought out 34 pfcits dried
peaches for rtshipment tofst. Louis; 370 tikgs
stoves und castings, CO hbls Hour. 27:Wt;
corn, in bbls hiiiky, 5 hhds tobacco, 20 tons
sundries. fr roshijimcnt south.
ine Lontiuuntnl cleared lor isow Urlean
Saturday evening, nfter receiving nearly Hoo
tons produco nnd nsortel freight, tho princl-
i.i l items ot wnicli were 70 mm tobacco, cihj
jbls flour. Tobacco hits not entered larcelv
into reshiiunent from this tvort for some tune
past, as the prices at Louisville and Padu ah
liavo lieen ruling s high that it has been ship
ped to those ports and Jthence oast per rail or
on throunh loitt to New Orleans. Specula
tion having nt length overreached itself, to-
) l4 fdr 1st w.l ii iittue f flirt ill rsf i tn t t.f tOilrt
svssvvv r- , a ei av vim vsttsisisvsa va ai.v
and shipment. CajWtnl nnd talent may divert
commerce from its natural nnd chenpatt chan
nel or ft time, liut it will grnvitnte and settle
back to them again as surely as the rivers run
The Armada brought out 15 hhds tobac-m.
150 bbls meol, 25 bbls whisky, and a consider
able quantity of furniture and sundries for
The Arthur will receivo fully four hundred
ton of corn and sundries here, and depart
for New Orlean and way landings this even
ing. Captnin daek Carter i in command.
The Art bus is n first-class steamer.
The Mollic Able, captain Dun. Able, J. dm
M. Leavenworth clerk, will leave hero fur
New Orleans and all intermediate jwint to
morrow (Tuesday) morning. The Mollie Able
isclassed nmong'tho lKt steamers ntloat, and
her otilcurs are veteran boatmen and jmpulur
Homemlier the Cairo and Padticnh pa k-t
AVhltti, captain Northern, clerk .lirnmv llcv
orly. goes to Paducnh every cvt-nlng und lands
pasent;orM at nil landings along slsore where
A nn evidence of returning prosperity in
the south, wo would mention the fact that
the Hubicon on her recent down trip dis
charged fn.-igl.tMl act .'!( tv-cighl landings be
tween Helena and VIcksburt;.
('apt. Hen. V. Kgan, who was in the city
Satunlay on buiinoH, has in hi possession "a
relic of the olden time of ttcamboating which
it really a curiosity. It is a bill of hdbiu
dated march 8th, 1821, of freight shipped by
A. Peterson. New Orlean, on Iward the gooll
stenmer lllflcmuii, of which ' Staling Harnor
is mater, and lieu. IlHi-ricr clerk. The run
signeo is W..J. Tynw, Clnrksville, Tennr see,
and the frolght consisted of thirteen puckasc,
comprising a barrel of sugar, sack of collet',
keg of molasses and the usual contents nf n
planter's order in those days, in
cluding thu inevitable demijohn of
fine brandy. The rat of freight was
riso nnd a hnlf cent per jtound, and as it
weighed 2,220 pounds, tho freight amounted
to the modest stun of $55:05a very good bill
for a little over ono ton. The receipt of tho
consignee, showing thai the goods had been
received in good order, was written on the
back of-tho bill of ladinc, which had then
been Hied away by tho clerk. The captain
and clerk were brothers, and loth were un
cles of Captain Hen. Egnn.
THE PEOPLE'S COLUMN.
Want, For Salt, For Rent, Lout, Fount, ami
1'enonal, jmbUhtd in tni eolnnmor eijht
cent a line, or one insertion,
TJMUI I IlKXT-Ths front ottieo or the Mors of
Miller A hlttrt'ilKe. Apply at oiicr. frbl.lt
OH NEW OHLKANS.
jt-i&t' TA l'- master; Kulllviu, clrrk, re.
t'lrnfnic fnun this xrt w ill leuvt. us abutn TO-MOH-HOW
(TiienUy) KVKMWi, February , atAo'vloek.
Ynr In-llit or usxnap applv nn Umril or to
jy-ld K. II fjKSDltlt'K ACOAccnu.
71011 MKMPII IS, VIOKHHUHO & NKW
, .i?P"s. T!i :! ntoj nnt.f la MsfunT MOt,
.l cilaHri,li; AOI.i:, tmn AMh, mUr.uill n-uvo
(ijiromnhnie ciiTI'KSDAV, PKHItUAIlY -M.nnar-rival
nf the morning train.
I'orfrclxht nr paiat, apply on hounl. or to
Janro-tir K li, HEMIRIOK A C) Agents.
QAIHO AND PA DUO A II
The light Unuight iisxeiigcr Steamer
Uli-JN XV H. AVIIITK,
v. koiitiikkn Master,
Will mako rernW DAIliT Tltll" hctun n C.uir,. n,i
l'u-lui-nti leaviiu' Oiilro eiery nenirii (Sunilavs ex-eepti-Dutllioo't'luel'.
The WlrtnconnecU rtt 1'ivliii-hlm t" tic tiey Orleans
Bin) Ohio radroiul, ofid thu Cumber' : nnd Tcnnesi-o
tlh inM."t - - I
I'or fro'hl or paisig'O tipplv on i,wl, ir to
. . ii- J lIUfKl.Cv, AKent.
la:,. . . (iiiro, lliiniiii).
AN'S'KDAlemn'lir Conn i Onlrm. affO cts.
tV " he.lolljr, htM t.ms oi l.nmlx'r iiu.l lluil-
ill x"' Mnier nW
qiias. t. hindp:,
f0imva1m)i(; and commission
ufV O 03 3NT 1,
A1KO T16.VX.Sri:K t'OMIMXY
Tliroiit'll Hills ot I.nillug (,'tvrn to all
Aallultlo I'olnt It)' Unit or Writer.
JTJJI'KCIAI, ATTKNTIOS TO r0UWAItDl.N0.
TLANTIC AND MISSISSIPPI
N T 13 A .11 S II 1 1 V O M 1 A X Y
('0MPlt0.MI.SK LINK STKAMKItS
TIIK hTKAM KKS
' UTKIt. Mssl. r.
..-.lU ltK. Master.
,.. . KNTK1KKN. MaU
.....JONI:", M i.ltr
liUKKM't '.11 j'
.AIIV WAY .....i
rO.miONWKAl.TII .. ,
co.ti.m:.tai . ..
Omiprisins; all the (ln an l lurg' t ltsyucf
On of th nNitr llnei.f steamer l-arc r
for Nr Orleans: riery other 1ny, rn!illn; M N.
Urlrftns with tH'sMi l.itiM f Mm'tiier to
Lis rrjtool, York, Host on, nml finl vrs-
lnki.nrr .ih 1 Phlntni us rrlr oa on tit t'lf M1
lxt Ihisibk Cmro unctnally as atutp W.H p-tj
iKUtsmlar attt-nlion to all rf rHwhts l-lr Mi tnt :.
te New Oelntkf . ClIA?. T. III.NDtt,
nsriem asd', r r
'l!TW. en Wtsarfnaat. 1'aMle I.h.tIt.'
Kli. V. "-lK-ON, l'a stnger ami TieksH Aijti.
OlUcr, k( r-i. .uanr Ilowi.
KM PHIS A N D ST. LOUIS
. ff3T LINE OK
s t i: A .11 K it .s.
Tlie f'llinstlrir Itonts i ..tTipo tin. I.iu- an I w ' 1
r -in n ttte f"!'- ' s " r
.M. K. rtHtvYTII...
.tlAllllI.i: C ITY . .. .
CITV OK A f.TII.V .. .
CITY OI' C'AIItO
..7.Eir.LKK. M r
...i"VW'AV. M. r,
THoJH Y Mj,
CRANE. Ma.'. -
MALI.S. Ma.t. :
Prompt islssmtioB will 1I Ms (dUuu.n i
tnxtrsl M ISt PHtt- t 1hs ImmSs
'risthi Bad Tsrks-l Chssfo in rsmany whsrf - i .
front of Ctty .NMswl Uk.
CNA. T. IIIMK. Osrisrriii KK r.
V. bltS, TteM oast lHmiasiif .W-'
MKMPHIS, -WH1TK ItlVKIt AND
i-vitvii ,t itii Mail i.i si:
JOII.N II. DAVIS, hiii'l, Mi-ni'h.. TAsrsf
.Ji-'i: p.v.SSKNI.KIt STKAMKItS
.! A YI-'I.O WKK. CO.lI.MKItflAI. sttnl
I.IUIMITY .Nil. -4,
Usp M-mi4ii- - Tt'ISlAV. TIH lt-IMV as
hATt'Rl'AV. MSii m . Ue ni llofr. nam r
InirsJI lUiirl m ith tl, Min4iii. anl l.iltl K'X k 1-i
roati for l.iulr k mu.1 a ."rmit. Tunc f.v
Xmtilii k I.iU Hu k. Is Uuuir.
KrfitfliuaB'i I'swMbsrrs) t-'iirfl oser lie n
I.iiu. at lotsrr nns" Uusn oilu r nsato.
HA. T. HlS'IiK. Aassat, ri... 1
Offer on Wlutil-f
gT. LOIMS, CAIUO AND VICKSIlt'l;
. -.f- The splendid
in iki: m
.11 I.I A ...
i.i Knt. )!'-.
.t.Hri;i:, ji' r
PusCaii.. k i. .,itrm ererjr tl NPW a-.
TrhIV, an l .ii 'town trt ciery Till 11 AY ar
hUM'AV. in ..cMaonn-vtioiiwith
VlrUstiurK ami MerltlUis KllrosiL,
Krliuu sud McrhllAit Itnllroail
cv Orh nii., Jarknnii nniK.rent .Northern
Tlirosjiih rwfipts ien to any anil all point cnU i
sail) rutvls. v ith I'wk ! fur Vnirxi Ithfr.
rM'it niliilii.ii k'lii ii ! all stay liu.iiion lwiet
Cairo an! VWkslirsc.
CIIAS.T. IIIMJK.inafAl Aitmt
Otlttt) un Wlmrf-ttsi
jgiVANSVILLK AND CyVUlO
"' . Consisting of tho following
AsiyiigSplciidid Passenger Steuincr,:
A H.MAI) A,
DUiOl'CHKT .Mu.st. r l-'OWLl'.lt., ..(")"
Leaves Oilro Huiulsy and Thiirwby at & p.m.
DKXTKU... ..ll&stt r (illAMMKII V
I.eaiti Cairo Tuenlay nml PrMny at 5 p.m.
IlOWAItl) Master WltlOMT ....Or
Leae Cairo We.lnfi.iluv nml fsitanlay at 0 l.m.
MakitiK Ml IntcriniMliato Unilim,", a'"1 Win' V1
titular attyntiuti l' kct KrvhthM.
' CI I AH. T. lII.NPK.'flen''" Aiynt.
jTASH VILLE AND CAlltO
. rfSi?! Composed of tho following
Him Master I IIAIU'KH '"
Leaves Cairo every Humlay at 5 p.m.
STltONd Master KOAN 01
Leaven Cairo every Tuesday at Q .i
I1AHMON Mnster WKAVKlt
Levoi Cairo every Fridoy at 6 j'.ni.
0"Sieclal attention given to way business Ix hsrea
Cairn und Na.'lmll.'. .,, r- . .
fn ta i TIIKIW. fsntru1 A ft ah
Ortice oa Whartooa