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Tor oysters, go to Iritis Herbert anduprfL
curo norno of hU Jlolulo ShelOystcrs. '
Tho'lxircnths I'lvcn by Qoldstlne & Boson-
water in calicos, muslins, unI nil taplo,'nrtI:
clcs in tho dry good line, is attracting tho
attention of all prudont buyer. tf
riiu:t n.'n::i kiukim
"Water! wntorll water II I Great induce
rnentsl Bargains I banrninsl Tho stock, of
clothing, furnishing goods, Lbote, shoos, &c,
&c, which was Bavel bvStcrnuuitnor& Marx
from tho late Arc, will bo fold at GO por cent
lrt ...... il..ta .. 1 rf l.dotnrtaa
IVSff Ulllll I'Ual, lib UlCll 1IUW 1IIWV.U VI "ubiuwc.
No. 84 Ohio loveo. Call soon and secure bar
gains, as tho goods will bo sold at a great nc-
rlfleo, by order of tho underwriter.
' A grand carnival and masquerade ball will
distinguish Tuesday, February tho 9th as a
clay long to bo remembered. A parade in
masks and costumes will tako place at 10
o'clock, on tho morning of that day, and tho
hall willbo held nt School's hall in tho eve
ning. Sackborgor and Koohlor give tho ball,
and will sparo no paim to make it a success
tn every particular. They invito and oxpect
nil their rcpectablo friends and acqualnt-
iinctM to be present and participate In the fes
llvitic. Improper characters will bo por
ctnptorily excluded Good music, good order
and good chear nro guaranteed. Tho crowd
will no doubt bu largo and tho enjoyment
Those Hint cm. Hen tint Dimly, can be
JInil! (o nee Plainly.
Tabor Brothers are now In receipt of ono of
' c largest and finest stocks of spectacles nnd
ryo-yJaiso ovor o flu red to tho public in this
market, consisting of steal bowed spectacles,
ihnll, vulcanized rubber and steel framed ovo
glnstes, In tho most fashlonnblo and oxqtiisito
styles, for ladies and gentlemen.
Thoso goods wcro purchased of tho celebra
ted manufacturing optician llrm of James yf.
Twcen.& Co., I'liiladolphia, Pa., and selected
iy a first dnss optician of that city.
"Wo are prepared to furnish mathematical
instruments, for drawing, surveying and civil
engineering; also, philosophical, nstrcnomi
cal Instruments, &c, of thoo celebrated mak
ers. TAllKft DllOTUKRH.
Cairo, Hi., January '.'5, 1S0D-Ct
Tho boot and shoo store of Elliott and Hay-
thorn presents rare Inducements to customers
iilik" In tho quantity, quality nnd prlcu of
tho stock always on hand tliftro. Boots and
bring a specialty with tho Arm they
watch tho market and avail themselves of all
fa ritblo fluctuations, that they may furnish
their patrons with gouds in their line at tho
Iowrt puMlblo figure. "What thoy have not
jrot in tiio way of booti and shoos, indies',
tuUoh' and childrous' shoos, etc., it will be a
Ion "f tlino to look for elsewhere in Cairo.
Thiir stock is .-ory complete, and having re
ceived recent large and attractive addition?,
iuey uok uie jmiuie io iook inrougn u and en
quire the prices.
Tliero was no nioeting of tho city council
InU night. A quorum of mnmbcrs failed to
Tho gentleman who furnished us notes of
the children's recent dress ball, ajipendod no
ctininonts whatever. Tho comments are
"Wenre informal bya stieco-'ful poiuologlU
ff Villa itidtjo, that the recent spring-like
wont'.iur did not develop the poach buds half
lis much as has lmon supposed. Our inform
t,).t N still in high hopun of a good fruit croji.
.Va Wt It having k'on riiinored that
I ai.i running fur tb olnceof city marshal in
t!io 'merest of !r. .John Hogan, I dmlro to
ay that all reports that connect mo In this
canvass with Mr. Hojaii, or any other jr
aon, nro' wholly unfounded. I am running as
John Curron for .John Curreii, nnd nobody
;lse- Jons' Ct'itiiKV.
Tho baiomcut to thu building omipled by
O-l.-rnii Scott, toluTonist, wat entered
I n.-t night, by means of a crowbar. Mr. 0.
V S. k-p tht ir rt'cU of leaf tobacco, etc., in
t:.e rom, but they nr not yt ndvl-l of any
I . The burglar woro negroes no doubt,
. uu bolieVoJ tfle room contained thotores
for the St James hotel. The crowbar was
left r. the promises and i now in the posw
h Mr. Sott,
"Wo havo ndvioes from Springfield to tho
oll'eet that thi' attorneys of Mos.rs. Fox, How
ard k Co. have taken a default In their up
r! ntlon for a mandamus ngntnt thft city,
ni l tlmntho Imnindlate Issuo of the writ
prajod for, Is umvng tlw strong probabilities
f thu next few days. How happens it that
the city was not represented in a matter of
f ueh vital concern to every tax.pnyor within
ItsMmlts? There Is a dellnquouey some
where that needs ventllliition.
CO I KT Of COMMOX I'l.KlS-nitST WAV.
IIP.t,. Jom II. Mnlkey, ItnlgoA. II. Jrvln, clerk-
Jr .n How lu.n (i . j
The people vs. John It. Green, larceny
coiuinued for sorvlcu.
Tho iooplu vs. .John Kelly, larceny con
liniivd fur i-ervicc.
Tho peoplo vs. John Jack, robbery eon.
tlnm?d for service.
Tho peoplo vs. Jlyron J. Thorndyke, larce
ny continued for sorvico,
Tho poople vs. Michael Bain, assault to do
bo-lily Injury recognizance forfeitel.
Tho people vs. Michael E. Powers, assault
to do bodily Injury continued generally.
Tho peoplo vs. Michael K. Powari; assault
to do bodily injury eontinued generally,
The peoplo vs. Jaines Collins and Andrew
Kllllan, manslaughter eontlnued generally.
Tho peoplo vs. Andrew Kllllan, assault to
The people vs. Frank Douglhi, lewd house
Tho people vs. Frank J)ouglui, lowiThou.o
Tho jH'Pplq vs.
lioaso dismiss td,
Tho jiooplo vs.
Umma llobertson, . lewd
Emma Boburtaou, Howd
Tho peoplo, vs. JJinmaJaokion, lowd'iiouso
dhnilssed. 1 - "f '
Tho pooplo vs. George Xf. HeotL contemn'
dismissed. . '
Court thereupon adjourned
morning at half past 8 o'clock.
. It looms to bo the general opinion that
! Marshal Hogan has successfully answered tho
personal attack of Homo and Halle, of Colum
bus. As ho fling the falsehood to' tho teeth
of thbse genUemah tho "issue" nmy be con
sidered as fairly mado up.
Mr. Otis A. Osborn. a tobacconist and
cigar-manmacturer or ninny years experience,
is engaged in tho manufacture of a superior
article of fino cut tobacco in this city, In quan
titles sufficient to supply the locnl demand for
that article, nnd to fill orders from abroad.
Ho deserves buccess, and wo hopo will roalteo
The editor of tho Mound City 'Journal' is
pleased to learn of tho revival of rologion in
Cairo. Ho means by this that ho is glnd it
didn't tako nlnco In Mound Citv. Potter re
gards tho spread of morality as Iloono did tho
approach of civilization, and sedulously
Harper's weekly and monthly ; tho Wow
World;' '"Western "World; tho 'Lodger ; tho
'Mercury;' tho 'Chimney Corner;' tlftVHoino
Circle;' tho 'Wnvorly;' Leslie's illustrated
publications; tho leading sporting Journals,
nnd dallies from nil quarters may always bo
found, nmong a hundred other popular publi
cations, on Hnnnon's nows table. For unre
mitting kindness in tho way of newspaper
favors wo tender to him duo acknowledge
Prof. K. P. Uurlingham will lecture in tho
Atligucum this evening before tho academy
of science. Seats free. Go early
Tho board of registry will remain in session
until 0 P. M. this evening, They will meet
after tho closo of their present session, ono
week preceedlne; tho day of tho election to
complete their lisl.
Thu arrivals at the St. Charles Hotel of
this city exceed in number tho published ar
rivals at any of the hotels in Springfield. "Wo
scarcely oxpoctcd this during tho session of
The present is tho closing term of the court
of common pleas. Shall wo not, on the Inst
duy of this last term, havo some pleasing
valedictories, ctcotcra and so-forth ?
1 ho business of tho police courts subsides
into nothing during thu sessions of superior
"Will tho editor of that substantial and con
sistent democratic weekly, tho Jonesboro
'Gazette,! overhaul his subscription list and
placo tho name of tho 'Bulletin' thereon In a
five-lino pica bold-faco letter, that wo may
not, In the future, bo overlooked ? "Wo par
ticularly tluslro nn exchange with our Imme
Our representative in tho lowcr.house, tho
Hon. K. It. Casey, has Introduced u bill pro
viding for tho erection of a soldiers' monu
ment In the Mound City national cemetery.
ror such a patriotic purpose tho tieoplo would
heartily commend an appropriation of $50,000.
Y w-u & Co. havo our profound
acknoMtusuni.;iti for nowspnper favors.
Tho books for' tho public school library havo
been ordered through this house on terms
most advantageous to tho library association.
Tho celebrated Uakcr family will sin" In
tho Athenetim next Thursday night.
A horse ran away with u negro boy on
Walnut street, ulwve Twelfth, yesterday even
ing, and turning at ii short angle near tho
fourth ward school house, pitched the urchin
rather violently to tho ground. A small
patch of skin (.craped from his cheek was tho
sum of Iilf injury.
f. A V. It.lt. IIEI'OT ATI'AIIU).
Knm the Mound City Journal.)
The Cniroltm havo to chooso between two
jioinU for the location of tho depot of the
Cairo and ineennes railroad In tholr city.
They niut give the right of wnv down Coin
morclul aveiiuo to the point, where In that
eni, It would bo located; othorwiso, It "will
bo plnccil.ln tho bend of tho river, above tho
Illinois Central track, ouUido of the lovee.
Col. Harper, tho chief engineer, bus determ
ined on thi. "What will you do about tho
"Wo prnposo to do what is right In tho prem
ises, yielding to all reasonnblo demands an
ticipating nono that nro unreasonable. "Wo
are Inclined to think that the editor of tho
'Journal' Is Incorrectly advised ns to tho do
tcriiiintitl6n of Col. Harjier. Wo scarcely
think tho railroad company will propose tho
alte- -tlvos named. Tho end's aimed at can
bcuiuit satisfactorily reached without tho
surrender of the chief husiuosx street of out
city. Bo this us it may, howovor, wo antici
pate nu serious disagreement between Col.
Harper and our authorities,, We are very
sure that both pnrtlrs will bo govorned by
reason, and thu matter in question bo nd-JtHtl-d
without any considerable sncrilico on
It wilt not b forgotton by any
vato and cherish the "beautiful,1'
that tho re-
nowiied Muker family will sing in tho Atho
iieum on Thursday ovening, giving tho peoplo
a mtuicnl entertainment of a chaste, amusing
and enlivening character. It would bo a work
of hurerogntlon In u to extol tho morlt of
thU really celebrated and deserving family.
Thoy enjoy a reputation scarcely surpassed by
any other troupe in America u reputation
not built up by newspaper adulation, but
through thuir actuul and surpassing gift of
Tlie hull of the steamer J, Ji Kellogg, now
on tho Cairo dry docks, is undergoing u thor
ough overhauling, reviving a new stern, now
bow, and almost a now framo, Tho amount
of work required upon her will bo hotter un
dorstpod whon wp remark ,tlt tho fWcoof
U19 (locks hlivo been ehgageil upon hor over
two wenks, Sho will be turned ofT in prime
ondltiop, next week.
A splendid turtle soup, fro lunch, undor
I the superintendence of that expert caterer,
j Charley Pflfl'erling.Jwill bo given nt "Walker
j & Sissons, in thu morning at 0 o'clock. Oo
rofreb yoursolvw on Charley's Incomparable
Tho ball nt Coyne's ball alloy, fixed for this
veulng, has been postponed until further
H-tlce, because of the Inclompncy of tho
' wither. 1
Thero was'a dash of hall yesterday ovening,
'.lih h was followed by n drizzling rain, very
1 ' ii- iloits to outdoor operation
DEMOCRATIC PmitfXrtY EJECTION.
To 'XoinliWto Candidates for Cllf Offices
r i . . i .'-,.
To be lie M cm Saturday, February 13, 1860
The democratic electors of tho city of Cairo
. ... . B 0vc . '
February 13 18G9,, for tho purport of ballot
will meet in tho several wards on Saturday,
ing for candidates for tho following offices,
viz ! a mayor, citv clerk, city treasurer, city
attorney, city marshal and ono pollco magis-
tralojonoaldormnn for tho first ward, full
t,r.n. ,md ono tn nil vacancy: two aldermen
; .' --------
for tho second ward; ono alderman for tho
third ward, and two nldcrmcn for tho fourth
Tho following will be tho regulations
said primary election: ...
iy J ""I W .Z. .,i w
1.1 m ....I! 1. .11 l. 1... ..nllnl
clerks for each ward, as fallows .
.i ttrinvnh'irit -vvnr .i ames uarianu.
Jos. JlcKenzIn. and .To... Uross
(Jmciikk Itiinnnn Ali o anu JiOOl. oniyiii
- ... . ,1., i ,i.
.luixics Second AVard Austin Kschbach,
Lawrence J. Hyrne, and Alexander II. Irvln.
ur.EHKS Tiiomus winter anu uoraco
Jnnons Third AVardTiinothy O Calif
hAn, Kobcrt Brlbach, and O. P. Lyon.
Uleuks JJurnard MoJlunnusnnu n in. o
.TuiMiES Fourth "Ward .lames Carroll,
"Wm. Kluee. and "Win. "W. Thornton.
Clkkks Jno. "W. Crowley und AVm. A.
3d. Xo ono shall be permitted to challenge
u voter out of his own waru.
4th. Any member of tho democratic party,
IolmiIIv ouallflod to vote at tho charter elec
tion, mav vote at this election, and when any
jierson ollering to volo snail oo cnancngeu,
before ho is permitted to deiwslt his ballot,
' l M 1 1
shall subscribo to thu following ucciarauon,
"I licrol)-di-clreoia man of honor that I will toIo
for anil use all honorable means wllliln my lower (o
scenre tlio election of the nomlnc?of thli rrlmnry
uloctlon. nnd that I am a lrcnl toterof ililn trnnl
AVhlch shall bo filed and preserved by tho
iudircs of election.
Mil. xiio poi is s in u he onenea nv i ociock,
p.m and closo nt 8 o'clock, p.m., and shall bo
at tbo samo places as hare been ucsignaieu ior
February. Tho Judccs shall,
. e T . : V ... . r i
after tho closlni: of the polls, proceed to can
vas3 tho votes and report tho result, with the
ballots and list of voters, immediately to tho
democratic cny central comnniice, wnoso
duty it shall bo to examine and ratify the
same, make publication thereof, nnd officially
declare tho nominees in accordance with the
result, in tho Cairo 'Kvenlnc Uullotin' in
soon as practicable.
cth. All candidates for nomination on tno
ticket for tho citv nt lartro. are required to
publicly plcdiro themselves to abide the result
of the primary election, and to support tho
7th. No ono shall be qualified to vote at
nny primary cloction who Is not a legal voter
of thu precinct in which he offers to vote.
Iho judecs of the primary election, in tho
soveraf wards, arc urged to obscrvo tho great
est euro In tho conduct of tho election, and to
rigorously enforco tho rules above set forth.
iiy oruer oi tno
Democratic Cilr CVnlritl Committer.
Tho candidates voted for will Ui required to
tako tho following plcdgo:
We, tlin nnilerxicnoil candidal for city otilcn of
thn city of Cairo, hereby plaice ourflrcs to ablile tho
retil of tho rimary election.
HOn i, AlllllVAIX
(ThoSt Clmrlej Hotel, Monday, February I.)
II II Martln. Man.; W C.cott, I.u.;
It II Ilrunn, N. V : II 0 Uarton, N, r.t
W II Ilyoloji, city; W II IWrflnffer, city:
Wl)I.andon,eil)i HTCalrlnA wife, V ttm
II XV linker ft wife, I'itUi J A Wlndram, city;
(i XV (ianute, Ky.t J l,nijiutt, Ky.;
H M lloby A Uly, Clilcanof M T lewy, Otileago;
M C Wotmore. fit. Louu; T Iloylum, ht. Homa,
II U llarser, llllnoli Ii Ki-nntily, lllii)iiv;
W J Morgan, Ontrulia; K Colluia, Indiana;
11 1'oluey, Novr Orleans; J S 1'reicott, Iowa.
l'ort Llat for the 'It Hour ciiiIIiik at
Two o'clock, I'. SI.
Oun. And.Tfon, Uolum.; Wm. White, IVulticah:
r-tflla, N. O.j Hlmpon Horner, Vlcks.j
Ilellnrit. I.ouls MeinphU; City of Alton, "
Jlinneola, 11 Talixmnn, Naahrllle;
Ixiiiiltina, Ix:lirllle, Moliawk.M. I.oul;
Doner, " MaenU, N, O.
r:on.Ati(loraon, C'olutn.; Wrn. White, l'lucali;
Winnson Horner, flit,; W. It. Arthur, N. O.;
Mmiieola, Cincinnati; Iullana, "
City of Alton, hi. lmui; JU tle bt. I.juIm, ht. I.oul..
The weathor is "as disagreeable as tho
gloomiest man in town could wish for. A
steady but light ralu has bcon falling, with
but very llttlo Intermlsjloii, slnco yurtcrday
ovening, and promise's to last some tlmo
longer. Tho morcury Indicated 50 this fore
noon. Tho Mississippi i about stationary at St.
Louis, with eight feet water above Cairo.
Ilclow Cairo there is still an abundance of
water for all clashes of steamers fully laden.
Tho Ohio i still falling slowly at Loulsvillo
with nearly four feet ovor the falls, but it Is
rising at Pittsburg, with full seven feet in tho
channel. Tho weathor lit Tittsburg is Yorv
cold, tho mercury being down to 23. A
rlso is also coming" out of tho Big Muskingum
and tho river is probably rising at Cincinnati
to-day from tho cllect of both thoso rises.
Hero tho river has fallen about twelve
iriches since last report, but doe not seem to
bo receding at that ratu to-day.
Business continues good.
Tho Mohawk leaves to-day with fourbarges
loadod with bulk grain, flour and sundries
Tho Arthur left for Now Orleans this
morning after receiving about 400 tons.
Tho Talisman brought 221 bbls flour, 13
hhds tobacco, 10 tons sundries for reshlpment
south, 400 ptcces cedar tlmbor, 30 pkgs cedar
ware for reshlpment to St. Louis.
Tho Belle St. Louis received tho St. Louis
freight of tho Taliimau.
Tno City of Alton rocolvcd here 20 tons
pig metal, 15 tons bar Iron, 70 pkgs seed, 3
lihda tobacco, 25 bales cotton yarn and sevo
ral tons sundries for St. Louis.
Tho Magenta brought 26 cattle and varl
uos lots! of assorted freight for rcshipmont
north, por I. 0. It. R., ami loads here for Now
Orleans, returning to-night. Capt. Hicks
King is in command, and tho Magpnta Is u
first-class steamer, with ' ov'ory auxiliary for
no,..iiiiHori anu pleasure 01 nor passengers.
Sho Is also very fast.
Tho Dexter and L
Tamilian a both filler! mil
at tins port, uuuing jointly about 100 tuns.
.Tho Talisman, Capt. Wm. Strong, is tho
regular Nashville packet for this ovonlng.
Sho will land passengors and freight at all
way landings on Cumberland rlvor. Sho is
nn excellent boat and woll managed.
The Quickstep, Capt. Doxtor, Clerks Gram
mar and Pennington Is tho fleet and popular
packet for Evansvillo and all way landings
The Wm. "White, Capt. Northern, Clerk
Jimmy Bcavorly h tho regular daily evening
packet for Paducah.
Tho Molllo Ablo being detained at St. Louts
will not leave horountJF'Wcdni'sila.v
II mi jiu i n iniui wwMMniwiiiuu inn 'i;nr .
;0ner' seems to think its mission on earth is
to abuso steamboats anu stcarnboatnicn, and
accordingly slashes right and left whenever
it thinks it socs anything to condemn, and on
tho slightest prctcxt'ylth only tho faintest
rumor as proof. Whilo.wo bellovo that ovcry
act of real wrong on tho part of steamboat-
h ,d bo vontllutod and ,lcnrti,
- co,1(cmnc(1 , all ncwapnj)f!r, wo tliink that
ciinri;Cs 0 H ,,rftV0 nature should bo sun
ported bv satisfactory oyldenco before a iicwb
paper roportor gives thf-n to tho public, else
tho prejudlco that will result thorcfron. will
.iMJu.'tlc0 V i"t!Wi Prt5b3-.. T,'W
sioimy oi sucn injustice is usually strictly
unforccii in criminal casos on shorn, and whv
J should not stcamboatmon havo tho benefit of ft
so that when their trial takes placo tho caso
of may oo juagcu oniy irom mo testimony pro-
I T .-- w " -
"Sln?t oamboats and stcnmboatnicn is in-
f j . , th0 rll whleh
i ,n . .. -. . o ---i
glibly from the reporter's pen. Tho lato re
ports of tho inspectors of steamboats through
out tho west shows that tho loss of llfo is not
near so ireat ns by railroad transoortatton
anu mo rauroaa interest immediately sees
that KomcthliiK must bo done to counterncL
WOkco Hint comiilalnt Is beint? mado a to
mo present manner of L'rnnt ntr n lots 1 cbium
nnd a movemont is on foot to endeavor to
navo it board of pilots anno nted to license
pnois nnu ono oi engineers to license engin
eers. At first view this sounds reasonable.
but wo aro utterly opposed to it on tho fol
Urst If pilots and cnelncors not belonc-
inc to any or tho mutual oenotit associations
should comnoso tho board of inspectors, they
couiu uso ineir inuuonce in almost entirely
breaking un all such associations.
Secondly, If pilots and engineers belonging
to tneso associations should compose the
boards of Inspectors, thoy would be tempted
to exc;c!so their power to assist in makini'
tho associations unbenrablo monopolies. "We
thcroforonro in favor . of mixed boards of in
spectors composed of both pilots and engineers.
Tho two classes do not unite their associations,
nu yet aro tolerably wen quaitiietl to iudg
oi cacu oiucr nuauucaiions. mere is n wavs
one portion of tradesmen prejudiced against
me owicr ioriion oi tnoso wno follow tho samo
a, 1 ... r . i 1 1 . .
I c Ineers cnuallv in thft Ik-iat-Hj whirti nrnnl
r. : . . . j . .
license, to both, wo think oppression and In
justice will bo avoided, as thoy would act as a
cnccK on eacu other.
THE PEOPLE'S COLIDC.
Wants, For Salt, For Rent, Lost, FAmd, n
Personal, jmblUhed in this column for no
cents a lint, for one insertion.
front ofn our
Apply at onc
th line of
niy orileris at mi i t
nf I.umlxr anil liuil.
nn the dollir. fur all kfmla
iler..' JfatPrlftls. Vf. W, TlIOflNTO.V.
TU. II. IVAUDXKU-rUlden'',
No. M Wal.
XJ uuiMreei.tie&r r:iKtMiet,
Off.ee, orr Pvt.
0Rie. Olhcehouri), 10 to 11a.m. ati.i S to J p.m.. it
wrll Mipnliel with frenh, htalthy taccinr muttrr."
r.-HJHKAI.K-My reMdenee) on Klijhtli
iw flctirt-a and on inv Mrtnentt.
IOP. MEMPHIS, VICKSIIUBC, A NEW
The tDlemled flrl-:lajtejmer MOL-
MK AllI.K. lUnAbln. mhoter.wiil lento
Cairo anlJGTO THU KVKN1MS. KEUIlUAltr M. nu
Arrival of thn train.
ror freight ur pauaeariMi- on brd. or to
OP. NEW 011LEANS.
The-fine pinenger Mmimer M.S'.RN-
ta. HICK, muter; full! vn,rli-rK, re-
tiiniinu from thu port m lev u aW THIS
EVKM.Mi, Kebruary 2, at t o'ch.V.
Kor frelulit or pa4j;o applr im Umrd or to
K II, HKMlltlOK A CO., Arenu.
. jaff Steamer MAflT K. KOIWTT1I, Hancy,
KriTaCTCliiiuter. will le.ve Cairo THIS KVK.N-
IN1, Kebriiarr!, at o'clock
CHAS. T. HIND):. Anent
Steamer HKNItrM. BlIltKVK. Itil-y,
mauler, will leaie Cairo Til Is K K .VI Nil
at C o'clock. CHAS. T. HINDE. AArilt.
QAIBO ANJ) PA DUG Ait
Thn IIrIiI draiiiclit pann?er Meanu r
g;JJ(S WM. WHITE,
Wllmake rei?uler IAII.y TKII-S M-n Ojiro Hnd
I'mhioah, leuTinif ti.lro eiery enning euaitay4 ex-
vepted) at flio o'clock.
Thu White. comiecU at I'liicah wlt5Mie N.vr Or'.eaa
nnd Ohio rallrou, and tiuCumtrhiftiiiud Tcnnekvu
For freight or painire applr on mntn, or to
, n , M. J. UCClCLKr, AkciiI.
lantVltf iiro. Ilunulj..
ilcrman fur tlm full term, and one alderman to rill tho
lacaiwy orraxione'i y wit) removal or alilerinan llurkv,
for thn Kirt Wurd, two Aldermen fur tho (fecund
Vi anl, one Alderman for the Third Ward, and tno
Aldermen far the Fourth Ward, of tho city, 011 Tuclay,
vi'it234 "l ytjtuary A' Dl M folluwh'8 Iliw .
In tho Kirat Ward, at thn office of McKauil 4 Itlce,
northwest corner of Bixthatreet and Wahliiton am
nue, In tho Second Ward, at the Engine Homo of tho
Arab Pira Company, on Commercial aTrmie.
In the Third Ward, at thn ottico of II. Bhanneny, po.
licB maslMMtc, corner of Washlnctoa aenuo and
In tho Fourth Ward, at the Court Houe, on Waah
The Judge of Kleotlonof the aeveral wanls, to bo
appointed by tho City Council for the cnsuluK year,
will meet nnd alt na u Board of Hegiatry, at tho place
.vhhxi.oii t ueauay, reoruary, 3, wnen
"HVVirK,H'B Y1III IH J
tied to vote hi tho reipec
prepared of the persons entl
itlve wards of Iho city.
rolls oiieu at a o'clpck, a.m. aud cloe at 0
)leu at S o clouk. a.m. anA .Lw. n n m.
order of the Mayor. JOHN P. FAOIN.
HT ATE OF ILLINOIS, l.
In the matter of Samuel HUat Taylor and Kdwinl'ur-
anas, Trustees of tho Cairo City Property, v. John
Kllnn-On Hill to enforce Vendor's Lien.
Public notico i hereby glveni that In pnreuanco of a
decretal order entered in the nbovo entitled caimo, in
tho circuit court of said county, on tho elghtluiay of
October, A. I). 1BW, of the October term, ATI). IBCrf, of
jftid county, I, John O. Hnrmmi, Mauler in Chancery
f,'S' f.011." w "l 0,1 Hi day pf February, A-1.
WW. at 11 0 clock in the forenoon of, ald day, well nt
publio auction to tho highest udder, for cash, nt tho
Bouth.went door of tho court hotmo In tho city of Cairo,
Lunil 'i'Vi"'"!0 ft',0VinK desoritwd rrnl estate
altuale In the first addition to the city of Oilro. county
of Alexander and Slate of lllinoU,to.wii '
'o nuinbereil nine (8) in block numbered twentj
suven l7, an know n and dealgnated tiiujn tho reenr-lcd
man or plat of tho i,nld first addition to w.ut nv, '.
gether with all and aln'gukr the tenement, m I f -illtameut
thereunto bc inglng, In ntitf-t 11 n,
decree, with iutornat and oota.
JOHN Q.IIAltMAN, Master 111 .
Cairo, III., Juuuary ii. Isv-lvv
riibllo uotloe, U hereby given that there will be a kmi
eral Charter IClectlou held fur thu purpoxu of eleolinic
a Mayor, City Clerk, City Treasurer, City Attorney,
City MarMial. and onu Police. Muirlatraie: h1 tn. rtlm At.
QHAS. T. UINDK,
FOItTVARDINCJ AS I) COMMISSION
Anco rit,iNri:n coMPAirr
Tl.rouKli 1I11U r ZiadluK Riven to all
Available I'lilnta h-Itnll or Water.
irSl'EO'IAIi ATTENTION TO FOIIWAUDINO.
TLANTIC ANT) MISSISSIPPI
C0XF110UISE LINK STEAMEBS
XV. II. AltTlIUn. .CAItTKH. Master,
I.ADV WAY .lttmK, Mauler,
1UJTII... .-PK.HAM, Ma.ter,
VAVL1XK C.VllHOI-L. .WHITE. MaMer,
IllNMAIICK ....... ..K.STJIIKKN, Mater
M7.IK flll.I...... .O'NKIL, Master,
CO.MSH.WKAIjTH COM.V, MaMvr.
OI.IVK BllA.-CII.M....M...JONEM, Ma.-tr.
CO.TI.KTAIi.....- .(lltKENOimil Majfr
Comprinlng all tho nneitaniltargeit boats out of St.
On of tlialii! linn of lUdimers will leave Calm
for New Orleaui utcry other ilay, connecting at New
Orleans wllh Ocean Line of Fteamcrs to
Liverpool, .few York, liostou, ami Galves
I'ajwntrrs and Shlnrers can re!r on ono nf the
Imats leaving Cairo pur.rtually as atore. Will pry
wiu.iri.: u to all way freights lelow 3tempai
to New Orleans. CHAS. T. HINDE.
Oeneral Avent, Cairo.
Office, on Wfffl'at. FuMia IjidiIId.
EI. F, SISCON. l'aetiKr and Ticket Agent.
OIUcc, at Ht. Uliarle Hotel.
jJEMPHIS AND ST. LOUIS
H T K A M E It S.
The follow ins Host omi this Lln ami will r
run In the following order:
.11. K. KOHHYTII..
.. KANE, Maler,
til t ll .11.1 O.V....
CITY OK CAIllO..
I'romut nltrntion will Im mhl to all business .n
triistnl t the -sr of these lls.
Freight and Tlrket Oltlee In rornnanr wharf-brut, m
front of Clly NiiuiiI Hank.
lii.!. t. iii.nf., general Agent.
ED. V. HIH.-ON, Ticket and I'ngr Agent.
"A TEMPIIIS, AVH1TE BIVEB AN1
1VJ. LITTLE BOCK
UNITEDSTAT1M MAIL LINE.
JOHN U. ISA VIS, Muii'l, Memphis, Tenness.
jl'" Thn snlendtd slilo.whcel
I 'm& l'ASSKNfJF.U STEAM EES
.MAYFI.UWKH. COMMKItLIAh n.l
Leave MempI' s every Tl'ESD.W. THt'ltfDAV an I
."ATl'IUMT, at ft p.m , for Whilo Kiver, cfinurctinx t
Duvall'a lllutl will, the Memphis and Little Itock 1UJ
ro-vl for Little Kock and Hot Springs. Time ftu
Jlemphls to Llttlo IOk-W, 4 hours.
Freights and l'ttngr rwlpeI over th at3le
Lino at lower rt than any other route.
HAS. T. III.M'K. Agent, ;alro. Ill
Oltica on Wharf-lout,
QT. LOUIS, CAIBO AND VICKSBUBIS
aJ.TWS" Tin. snlnmltil
rJwssjajgfc PassciiKt'r MioamcrM
11 V II 1COX...m....mMm..m.m...mmII1A K K. Master,
JUId.l I.(K 1 K WOtl D, M aster,
hl'Ml.XAUV I.l'KKIt, Master,
li. .H.hlllli; VII ..-.. .CUiTKIt, Mates.
I'nss Cairo going npstpum every St'MiT arut
TUESDAV, and im down trip every THUIWDATan l
brNDAT, making clone coiilievliou rt.Ul
VIcUsliui'K ami JlrrlUlmi Ilallroad,
Helnin kiiU Merlillnu llallroail
S'nv Orleans, Jackson ami Ureal Mnrllsersi
Through receipts given to nny and all lnt.s on the
Mid ronds, with 1'uckets for Yazoo Itlvcr.
fpeelal atlentum giscn t all way business between
Cairo and Vloksburg.
CHAS. T. HIND fienersl A?nt.
Oltice on WharMojl
JVANSVILLE AND CAIBO
tf)?j. e- Gonsistlnj; of tho following
Jt 1 K.vissir.SiloiiilliI Pnsscii(,'fr Slcainl-rs:
DltSOl'CIIKT Miwter FOWLEH.-.....M. ..Clerif
Leaves Cairo Sunday and Thunulny at ft p.m.
DEXTEIt Master OKAMMKIt .lerk
Leaves Culro Tuesday and Friday at 6 p.m.
HOWAHI) Master I WEIGHT Clerk
Leaves Cairo Wednesday and Saturday at ft p.m,
Making nil Inforniedlato landings, and naying por
tlcular attention to racket Freights. j- .
CHAS. T. IIINI5V:, (ieneral Ag'nt,
, Ollico un Wluin'-buat.
JTASHVILLE AND CAIBO
rff1? Composed of tho followliiR
iail STEAMERS :
SIMS .....-..Master I HAltl'EIt cleric
Leave Cairo every Sunday at 5 p.m.
BTKONO Master EG AN cier b
Lcnvca Cairo every Tuesday at 5 p.m.
JIAHMON..... Minder WEAVEI:. Clerk
Leuvea Cairo ovcry Friday at fl p.m.
1nrSpecl.1I attention given to way business betwana
('.Urn nnd Nashvillo.
, . . CHAS. T. HINDE, General Agen
dooJl 'OSd oinco on Wharfboal,