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LOCAL MB W&
Poroystors.go to Louiisllerbert and -pro
r i.t. M,i.:ia ui,ii nnin. A j
. . f - - - t ' "S
The bargains givcnbyGoldstin Altwen-
wolcr in calicos, muslins, una nil staple nyU
cles In tho dry goods line, Is attracting tho
nttoiition of nit prudent buyer., u
liUKI FIllKM F1KKIII
"Water 1 water II water ill Great Induco
mental llarenlnst bargains I Tho Flock of
clothing, furnishing goods, boots, shoos, Ac.,
Arc, which was saved by Sternholmcr Marx
from tho Into lire, will bo sold at 60 por cent
less than cost, nt their new placo of business,
No. 84 Ohio levee. Call soon mid sccuro bar
gains, as tho goods will ho cold nl a great sac
rifice, by order of tho underwriters.
The boot and slioo store of Elliott nnd Hay-
thorn present?, rare inducement to customers
nllko in the quantity, quality and prico of
tlio stock always on hand there. Hoots and
shoes being n specialty with tho firm thoy
watch tho mnrket and avail themselves of all
favorable fluctuation, that they may furnish
their patrons with goods in their line nt the
lowest possible fliruro. v hat thoy liovo not
got in the way of boots and shoes, ladies',
mioses' and chilJrins' shoes, etc., it will bo a
loss of timo to look for elsewhere in Cairo.
Their stock is very complete, and having re
ceived recent largo and attractive additions,
thoy ask tho public to look through it and cn-
quiro the prices. ieitj-Ji
Those flint enn Hre hut JSImly, ears be
Mmle to tec Plain!)-.
Tabor Urothcrs aro now in receipt of one of
the largest nnd finest stocks of speclaclos and
yi-gluKM ever offered to tho public In this
murket, confuting of steel bowed spectacle,
shell, vulcanized rubber and steel framed eye
glares, in tho most fashionable nnd exquisite
styles, for ladle nnd gentlemen.
Those g-xids worcpiirehatcd of tho celebra
ted manufacturing optician firm of James "VY.
Twcen & Co., l'hiiadelphla, Pa., Hnd selected
by n first clai optician of that city.
"Wo are prepared to furnish mathematical
Instrumuiits, for drawing, surveying Bnd civil
engineering; nlo, philosophical, astronomi
cal instruments, &c, of thoso celobrated tank-'
crs. . Taiiku Kuothkiw."
Cairo, 111., .funuury '.;, lBGlMlt
Lawrenco J. Uyniti announce" himself for
Sol Silver Is at home again. Tho last circus
in town, regarding Sol ut Indispensable to it
success, carried liitn oir bodnclously.
I ! ill II II.IHI
Young Dwyer, stabbed by Nick Smith,
about ton days ago, died thlx morning, his
death being unqtiostlnnablv the result of his
The shipments of stoek to the south through
this city, aro frequent and heavy. A large
dwe of splendid hones, or fine a wo have
seen in inauy n day, were shipped on hoard
the Magenta this morning.
Tnmes .Moran wu sentenced to three yearn
imprisonment in the jx.-ntuntiur y, by tho Court
of common plea, this morning under an in
dictment for stealing u rt of shoes from one
Ad'.jiluu lllnck. Moran bus uniformly u
taiuul a bad character.
John Potts ha.1 tho job of clouuing the tim
ber from wiling the lino of tho Illinois Central
fr.'iii Cairo t Villa IHdgc. At certain point
whoro the growth "f cotton wood has not been
disturbed for period of eight yearrsoine of
the trow have attained a bight of .eventy-flvo
"When will our eotomporarles undcrtund
that the Cairo 'Democrat' took doe ofradl
calhm and died I It's exchange listcontintie',
oi.) y slightly diminished. The Cairo 'llulle
tln' h the suocmsur of tlx democratic Cairo
'Democrat,' and the only democratic pnjwr in
riueh wonther! Hut wo will not complain.
It Is sent, no doubt, to give us u keener ap
preciation of the Imlmy, pring-like Interval
thnt has just closed, lint It is disagreeable,
iKvertbeb-M. wt ,u cannot vory well re
stnun the Impulse to blurt out tho fact.
TV rc-sn an evident determination amoiii;
ts of Cairo that 'the approaching
rtfoii ihall b' conducted with tho
leu and falrncrt: that radicals,
Hit, hall b" rigorously excluded
rtiopatiou therein, mid that the
when chosen, shall receive tho
b"'urt 1 1"
idfendA ided suport of thn party.
Th ri' wi5- Ho detraction in tho raulu this
ye;tr, t, thl)iurpMo is fixed and unalterable
to put tho wjoh' duuocraUc ticket through
with n ryir ijd-futbloned majority.
bem rwleetn and tlirows a majority jut
alK)Ut oquali: the democratlo nlajorlty In
Cairo. If onV innjority here ta frltterd
away: If we l-ten to th iniidlous wilettf
th i radical, o permit divltlou to creoji Into
ou-ranis, our ..!.,. I.. nai dUtrirt will re-tu-
.i to radicuCjiiiiiiatlou. This fact is ap
pr.lated by Ivfc, i uioorat n tho city, and
Is alio appreciably uvry radical. Hunce
It will bo seun tfjiaj the democrat will stand
unitedly and dtjjsilnedly together, gMng
tho ticket chosen' full round vote. The rad-
CHlt Will SOW kflllJj-ir ilUtatlutanUnii in uuln
u socas win njKPtrcrminatc.
hero were WLTZrceny cases dUpo.ud of
yesterday. James Smjthnnd Ida Ucllnrralicn
ed under tlio .ndlctmenl, wore found
guilty by the fjury, and wotenced
by tho court to two yean' imprison
iucnt In tho penitentiary. Milton Leo
10 a cuargo or pom jarccnw, ma was son
toneed to twenty days' Imprisonment In the
county jail. In tho iio of Llw.io Kobtnson
a jury wiu call-J, an ti verdict of- petit lar
ceny rettmu-l .Thij-uurt Jcnlenced ier to'
ten days Impri tit V the(4jiili.yiall
Alonzo Slater onvWni; arW'nod''owii(Hl
a" like a inmi.
His case bolntf for'theft bv
wt-nU or m
juniea ar.enier, inutclca on v n.Mul1ni...... - d.j.i.
. ' "TT T,ie ,ftkw in Kky evidently
. ,,u,.,.,w, ..Bv, ill UCCinnnif 1 n Inl.allc.ili1.....1- JI.S. A.
it,, if v-t...i ..l. i .1. I iueu ineroirom
" .""leu tlim IIU "HJU Jm-I.,..! I. .!., r
- - -" ' .. r.-.uu Kuitil'l
reiaij, no was request to lppg
. ti mt ,
witu .hick ior a penoJi t, UftyHi
Tlio court tncit ftojo-nc(.i until b
eight o'clock this'iyonJug. f
MAT RIDK OFsVCARTNKYK.
"Vc have a "eood one" on McCartney, of
ItftMlHropolIs Promulgator' that has never,
rlfbooMolin llio iKspasSe"r!sj (0 ,
" Last 8mincr Mac sported n hon a por
vcrso flhimjjat'lyjt i-iyieiLUi JyM'lajn
tho river every time no was 'HakeffWwtorT'
.The result was that Mac could tievcr ride
him into tho ipter witlfconcjjuiteiJngJhoXi n
ccrtaltffy of If pToVty thotjlgh 7IuXlngWoffe',Wn
day last summer Mac determined to go homo
with dry clothing despito his horse's ungov
ernable penchant for a wallow In tho water,
and acting on the determination ho stripped,
piled his clothes by the river fide, and took
his usual equestrinn ducking. All would have
turned out very well if Mac had rcolized his
calculations to re-dress and In dry hubllu
mcnts rido homeward. But that horse Was a
deliberating scoundrol. Emerging from tho
water he took fright at the pile of clothing,
und with the apced of tho wind, dashed off to
ward his stable. It wus n broken neck with
Mac to throw himself from the horse's back
and thus 'prevent scandal j and as to reining
In or changing tho horse's course, that wa
out of the question. On tho rascally animal
dashed with Its Jiaked rider. Now the edge
of town was guincd; now the principal street!
A hundred yelping dog fell In pursuit. Poo
plceamo out from shops nnd dwelling's
heads wcro thrust from upstairs windows, and
overybody was amazed and bewildered nt tho
shamelcssncss of McCartnoy. To ttop now
jn tho heart of tho town, would only intensify
tho scandal, so he determined to run tho
gauntlet with all possible speed and bo done
ritli it. Acting on this thought, he hurried
onward, with surplus rein nnd actlvo heel
seeking to accelerate his speed, not reflecting
that thus be gave his rido tho appearance of
an act that was premeditated. Jiut tho end
was gained nt last the stable was reached,
and the horse satisfied. To sav that Mac
shared In that satisfaction, as from a mow of hay
in which he had conrcnled himself, ho yelled
for a shirt and a pair of breeches, would be
to indulge in exaggeration. How the astound
ing rido was accounted for, how the gentle
men "haw-hawed, ' and the ladies "tee-hec-ed '
form no part of this veracious recital, and
will not be detailed. Enoudi to know that
Mao und that hone soon afterward) parto
a xr.unrAi, scuew loosk.
Our city council or n majority of its mem
bers, were advised that the scrvico of tho late
alternate writ of mandamus, upon the muvor
and city clerk, was inniilllcient; nnd resorting
to what was legitimate legal strategy, they
faihid to meet on Monday night that there
might be no jerfection of tho service by no
tifying them in their collective capacity. Un
fortunately for thn success of thi ruse, Judge
Dreese, of tho Supreme bench, decided the
service to be complete- and ample, and per
mitted n default to be taken because of the
citj to obey it.
In common with many citizen who aro
deeply Interested In the pending case betwecu
Por, Howard J: Co. und the city, wo fail to
sco tho purposo our city futhor had In viow.
If it was simply to protract litigation, or pre
vent an issue, tho people will doubt its pro
priety. If, however, a solid, substantial ad
vantage, that might bo coiikidurod honorable
in law, was in view, tho dodgo is commend
able. Hut the taxpayer very naturally Inqulrej:
how is it that while the representatives of tho
city aro striving at home to defeat incipient
steps in this litigation, thoy aro so defense
lec abroad that great advantages are taken
without even a sbor of resistance at more ad
vanced stages? Why U it that the applica
tion of ox, Howard & Co. for a writ of
mandamus was not resisted at the timo and
place named for its hearing? While tho
city was In a lull of Inaction Induced by n
mistaken notion of tho perfection of . H.
& Co.' plans of action, those gentlemen ac
complished all for which they wcro contend
ing' Were attorneys employed by tho city
to look after Its Interests In this vitally im
portant matter? If so, who aro they, nnd
why wore they so lamentably delinquent? If
no attorney wore employed, and tho default
t4ken against us Is wholly tho reult of inul
ieution, whvro does tho blame He? Who Is
responsl'.lo? A heavy responsibility rests
somewhere, and the people would know
where 1 1 is 7
A bill has been introduced into the Illinois
legislature, making it petit larceny, pun
IMiahlu with fine and imprisonment, to steal
newpaperrt from subscribers. A'o hope tho
bill will pus. Thero w not n day but wo
have complaints froincifyubscrlberbrought
into the oflleo of pnper.s "missed" or stolen
from their door-steps.
Charloy PfiU'crling pVusides over the culi
nary department of Walker & SUson's res
taurant. Charley was tho one thing needed
to give thM restaurant u marked und surpass,
The oflleo of the Cairo "Times' is now in tho
building occupied by tho late Cairo 'Demo
crat.' Tin- traps wore moved thereto yester
day, Hnrman & Co. are among tho oldest real
estate tlrnu in the State. It dates its origin
far back Into tho days of small things in
Cairo. Its reputation for promptness and re
liability stands unquestioned.
It U Minply a waste of time ou the part of
anylioUy to send us communicationsb.
Jication, unless the namo of tho writer
yiisueu iu ua. n e aosire tne name, not ror
publication, but tu a guaranty of good faith.
Aiie paucity of aspirants for aldermanlc
tenors l remarkable. Wo have otHtial
year. The flih are of tho finest quail-
ty too, consisting of rock and black bass,
pike, aunfijsh, gogglo-eyes, with a smart
sprinkle of "mud-cats."
, ! V vjcrmsn Tunicrstf cr city, proposo
I. p.Vclcbrato AVahrngfou'a birthday in the way
, v' Kr"i wait tn waslilngton H
Hall. ' That
all muv attend und participate; the managers
h'JV'' n:ed the prico nMmisgion at one dol.
I lar. Tho utl'air is ln hands will skilled In
such m;Utcriacd will be U Cri4li4 in tint finnl-
ety 'it ?
COAL IN ALEXANDER COUNTY.
SatIsAsVKMfrspr4lkml exnjJJgtIpuis. The principal Items of the curL'o
nations of Alexander county, our people,
vo never i
' tturslfcfl investigaffonsUo deter- LhulrL800 bushclHcorn nuiuiic, 3,800 l.bls
ET t? v. ioii4jr.rMoubhjr: Ajmdsi
abovo us tn,"
o iMlsiisslppKv river
s 42cji trj
of our rich alluvial bottoms, our fertile high
lands, our flno rock, and macniflcent forcsfj.
always vieldinir toother counties tho poes-
sion of coal. Tho timo has now urrlvcd when
wo may ndd'coal a good article of bitumi
nous coal to our list of natural resources.
A few days ago evidences of tho presence
of coal woro discovered In the town of Santa
Pe, on tho Mississippi, twenty miles above
Cairo. A brief search developed a splendid
coal scam, directly on tho bank of the Mis
sissippi, that is four feet thick, and of an un
Tho land upon which this vuluablo discov
ory was mad a belongs to a minor heir of Mr.
Massey, n young lady for whom Mr. Qrccn
Massey is acting as guardian. Tho scam
crops out nt a point on the river where stoam
boats may land at nearly all seasons of tho
year, and only a few hundred feet from tho
contemplated routo ofvho Cairo nnd St. Louis
Spccimons of tho coal havo been submitted
to competent judges, and is declared to bo of
n quality similar to that obtained from Dig
Muddy a very superior coal, udapted nllko
to the uses of munufucturers, stcamboatmcn
and cas companies
Sundry parties have sought contracts for
tho working of tho mine, but wo unuerstnnu
that Mr. Massfev proposes to wait for further
developments before passing it from his con
trol. As bo has a number of minors at
work, wo shall probably hear, In h few days,
something definite concerning the extent and
value of this really gratifying discovery.
All hail I Alexander county.
THE LKCTX'IIK LAST .tlfiltT.
NotwithsUnding tho peculiarly disagreeable
weather tho nudltorium of tho Athcnoum was
packed last nlcht by centlemcn and ladles
drawn out by nn anxiety to hear Prof. K. P.
Durllngham's lecturo beforo tho Academy or
Science. Tho subject dbcoursed upon was
quite a broad one,, being nothing less than
Tho hlrhest culogv we can pass upon the
gentleman's effort will bo a simple repetition
of the expression that now falls from the lips
of nil bis Intelligent hearers : "It was by far
the best and most engaging lecture of tho sea
son." To this wo need not add n syllable.
Kd. . Sissou, .who has filled during tho
past two years tho position of passenger
agent of tho St. Louis, Cairo nnd Memphis
packet lino of steamers, in a mannor highly
creditable to himself and satisfactory to his
principals; has.beon designated as the passen
ger agent of tho St. Louis and Vlcksburgline
of steamers. This Is a well deserved prefer
ment. Sisson is tireless, courteous, and
knows exactly how to promoto tho interests
of his employers.
Mr. James Ungllih, a very clever young
rcntlemau, well known In the city, will open
the Court House fuloon, opposite the court
house, to-morrow morning, with k splendid
free lunch. Lovers of tho choicest soups, hcII
served meats, and all the substantial and
luxuries of tho market, will miss u chance to
gratify their palute if thoy stay away. Olve
Jimmy a solid greeting.
Another item In our grain trado was fur
nished by tho departure of tho steamer Mo
hawk nnd barges, last night, with the follow
ing Cairo shipment on board: 42,313 bushel
of wheat, "JOOO bushels of corn in bulk, 3,S0(
bbK of flour, t,r,17 sacks of corn, and 810
sacks of oats amounting, with a few other
articles, to 2,750 tons. Puller details inny bo
seen in our river columns.
(Tlir ft. (."Jistlen Hotel, Tupudsy, Ftliruary 2,
KTroininil, Cincinnati; W II Chapmsn, OntrslU;
Wm Jame A f.rmly, N O; J 70xaa, ii O;
C Jl Klrkpatrlek, lielUaa; W O Dunnlug Ihl Quoin;
i ll Kirupatrlck, lii'JUaa
II O llooUck, Duquoin;
J A Kll.ln. Clilcaeo;
K T Witlkiaa i lady, Chic
II It II S
j a winuraiii. cuy;
M II IVudir ' W II Hawklnn. MIm:
J llhihtn, St. I.oui; II Ilobertt, Ht. ImuIv,
V Om n. radupali; A It liticknrr, Ht. Louis;
Mrs HuldH in, Hi. Iiuik; P V Mors, Chlca-u;
C. tl Uiu.fll, H Jl Kolli, Indiana;
II Kllajlctt, " ICl'uud,
Port 1, 1st fur the U .Hours srudlug t
Two o'clock, I. M.
OTiHAm'Ta (,'olutu,; Win. White, IVdueah;
!luili. .N. O ; II. M.H(tiCVe,rit. Ililfj
Arcofy, " MoMleAUe,
nuih, " M. B.rorylv "
Datlinv, Cinoinuati; Utile Meuiphl, Memphis;
Quickstep, nvaimvillf; .Vodnan, Kranmille.
nn.Audpfion, tJmu.j Win. Whit, I'mlticali;
II. 51. Hlireie, Vlckiibura; Anicny, Cincinnati;
Jl. K. i wro'ii. " Dullog. Wemphls;
QiiU'kstp. EraasvUlc: Nomian,
.MaernU, 8. 0., luekht. Louis;
llellr Mviiiplii'. ht. Luui.;, Mississippi, HI. I,oui;
The weather continue d,ark, moist, and in
rery respect diiaifreeablo. The rain which
had ceased yesterday evenlnc was resumed
this mornlmr soma hour beforo dav. and has
continued with but slight, intormisslon ever
As yesterday was "grpund-hogs day," and
as no ground or unground hog could seo his
shadow by sunlight ycaterday, we may infer
(provided, always, that tfce prediction has
any foundation) that wo will have no more
severe cold weather this winter. AVe aro
sorry for this, as the alternative in this cli
mate during February asyl March seems to
o nasty, sloppy and dlaagreeablo weather.
Let us hope for better thing this season, for
every rule has it except!.
nu.,. ,:.;.,.,! , r . a.
ouis, and h still comins;jf.al'UvJy. .There,
...! - jr.. . . W . - W ' . '
r niuoijiiuuBatorVituo rivers udovo
lis, butchfl patent boats from go-
(TnpJ abovd Keokuk. o IU)-
H ft, Tnynnli
tho Missoiyl above fit. Josoph
ho Missoiiri above fit.
' 'Jiho Cuinbcrluml. fnlltnf. fust AVitli tmv
feet on Harift), Khoals
Tho Ohio is falllntf from. Dalrj
t fmm Calru to Evnna.
vlllo, risinjv-from JimRviUe toTIarietta, and
fulling at PitUbure;: There is six feet
in trio channel at tho lattar port,
lour leut on issjfiaiis, Tm weaTl
cold ut Pituburgtho mercury
fllklVO '20 (lIvrfWA ilnI.w iYin flnv
ifner is (juito
y "hot r
Hero tho river has fallen ubu(tv'
elnc'o lttSt rcport. butltsoenied alulist
ary tit noon,
iuslucss has been about as ujl
d underlie ouncslrTtory. iWliiTA' DbastcdJIalJffft nTu.tdris here, Jryvd
The MabaWkTaepartiKlTdr "NoW Orleans
last night wlth.sTjmlUarj33 uftcr having
odded 2.700 tons to her carco at this nort and
I ..!..:..!!.. UI,,. ,'.,! ihiId r,., .!...! 1 mtn a-
received hero are: HIV13 hmhela of wheat In
I VaiL S.J UUI8 IBIU Ullf livsvvc) v ni,iiU
Mollle Able received
n . . . n - "-r .
ing 100 head mules,
pruicjuaiiv lor xscw uneai
Idod catons for Memphis,
rulck'stop brouclit 70 sacks and barrels
rlovnr isperl for rcshlnmcnt to St, Louis, 34
bbls potatoes for rcshipment south, and 30
bbls Hour, 15 bundles gunnies, U pkgsun
drles for Cairo. "
Tho ltuth discharged hero 24 I bis sMot po
tatoes, 3 pkgs groceries for SItton, Hudson
& Clark, ond lot ponies, ho reeMnd mules be
longing to Castollo's circuBjQtln. Also
74 bales cotton for rshipJJjnonou!svillo,
30 pkgs molasses, PaducalfJjlZ bblsm Asses,
40 bbls tar, 0 hhds cocoanute, 1C pkgsroce
rics, Nashville; 305 head Texas cattle, 100 bjrls
rosin, 417 sks Hols D'Arc seed, 41 liblls tl-
na 1.1.1. I . nn 1.1.1. .ZWnfo.i
and lot sundries for reshlpmcnt norlhliinll,
n 11 t, '
j. Jl. Jl. ,
Tho Jaollio ADic. L'apt. uan adic, cicrj
John M. Leavenworth, will leavo for JiTiv
Orleans nnd nil way points this ov
iMolllo is a splenueu, nrst class
her otliccrs amone: the best known
ponular on tlio river.
'Iho uumoerland. Captain lien, nowaru,
clerks Wright and Hunter, Is tho regular
packet for Kvansville and way points this
evening. Sho is a very comfortable and good
Kcincmber tho regular dally packets, Whito
for Paducah, and Gen. Anderson for Colum-
bus this evening.
After the Hichmond had left 3Iemphis on
her last trip down, it was made known to the
passengers that Gov. Clayton, of Arkansas,
was on board. Immediately afterwards sev
eral passengers durnnnded to be put ashore,
asserting that thoy would not travel on tho
same boat with him. A steam tug was hailed
and tho passengers returned to Memphis.
The colors of all the bouts in port at Cin
cinnati were displayed at half mast on Mon
day, in respect to the memory of Captains
Prank M. Davidson and Henry Duncan.
Capt. Davidson was buried .yesterday, and
Capt. Duncan was to have been buried to
day. Capt. Jerry Coats, whose death was re
ported several days ngo, passed up on tho
Citv of Alton, vrlterdav mornlncr. tonkin?, m
much alive and well ns ho ever did.
The river havintr fallen sufficiesst.lv. work
Is now prosecuted vliroroutlv In the repairs
of tho Great Republic on tho ways at Mound
City. ShowlllVcofrinafcwdays and' will
probably load for New Orleans at this port.
Tbeihompson Dean took ncarlv3000 tons
down the river on her last trip. Sho did not
take that much into New Orleans, however.
having discharged si large ipiantity at way
Tho citv council of Littlo Hock, havo pur
chased 300 feet front of private prop
erty, and added it to their wharf.' Steambout-
men would be much pleased to see I'aducah
followlnc the example, ns her wharf Is quite
a small affair tn high water.
TID3 PEOrLE'S COLUMN.
'ant, For Sale, For Ittnt, fot, Fotiiul, and
Penonnl, jmhluhtd tn thU column or right
tmi a linrtor one inntriion.
"I7OII HAI,K-8ntnty thou.aud Miwol
X Iwr (flit. !e Willi Ilia Inukrt prion.
K. H. II.MtIti:i.I.
TirA.VTKU -Alexander County OrdT, ut !0
sinly OrdTii, ut so f.
nf I.tnntr and Hull-
TT on tli" Hollar, tnr all kind
W. W. "rllOK.VTI.N.
II. IVAJlDNKIt-U.r.UrnT. No V) Wal.
nutmri-rt.iipar KiKtithktrrrt. Oitu-fi. ovtrr I'o.t-
unicc omre imur. 10 tn 1 K.111. uml 1 to Jp.in
wrll nuppliwl with frih, hclthy swwlno matl. r.
1 mice omreliiiur. JO tn It K.111. anil 1 to Ip.m . 11
FOll MEMPHIS, VICKSUUKO & NEW
. S Tlie plnd-d firlK'l-, .tcumor M(I.-
.Stf4fiBPt7J'IK A11I.K. IImiAI;!". mutrr.ulll lam
Cairo a atxjroTlIIri KVKMNH, KKIIHUAItT 3d,on
arrival of the train.
r or freight or passaen apply on hoard, or to
K. 11. IIK.N'DltlOK A aA
QAIUO AND PADUCAH
Thn light draught paM-ngtr BUtainor
T..tlZ WM. WI1ITK,
Will make n-Kulrr lAII,r TKIiy M-meu Cain, and
I'aducah, learinn Cairo esery evroiu (Hundaya ex
ecpteil) at hsnoVlook.
Tin, Whit connect! M 1'nduroli witSniftNeKOrlrans
and Ohio railroad, and the Cumberland und Tenuetnee
Kir Ireluht or paskate applr on Ixvsnl, or to
II. J. 1IUUKI.KV, Avent,
JmiWtf Calru, Uliuui.
I'ublio uolirr U hereby clsen that there Mill heairen.
eral Charter Kleetlon held for the purpose of electlnR
a Mayor, City Clrk, City Treailrer, City Attorney,
City Marshal, and oti I'olfc Magistrate; also, one Al
derinan fur the First Ward, two Aldermen fur the Uvv
ond Ward, one Aldurman tor the Third Ward, and two
Aldermen for the Fourth Ward, of tho city, on Tuesday,
the !Od of February, A. IK lSUl, at the following places,
In the First Word, at the office of McKeniie jt nice,
northwest corner of Sixth iitreet and Washington are
nue. In the Hecond Ward, at thn Knuin llouneof the
Arab Fire Conunny, on Commercial avenue.
In the Third Ward, at the office of II. Hhannessy, po
lice magWtrale, corner of Washington areuue and
In the Fourth Ward, at the Court Hotine, on Wash,
The Judges of Kleotion of the several words, to l
appointed hy tho City Council for the ensuing year,
will meet and ait as a Board of Kegintry, at the placea
alxive apecified, on Tueitday, February, 2, v hen und
where regtstera will In, prepared of the persons enti
tled to volt, in the respective wards of the city,
l'olls open at K o'clock, a.m. and close at fl p.m.
lly order of tho Mayor. JOHN 1'. KAOIN,
HTATE OF ILMA'tltH. )
1 Aft!Wtnl '
Win tlnMmtter of Samuel Btaats' Taylor and Kdwin Par.
annn; Trustees 01 ino uuiro uuy roperiy, vs. jonn
Flinn On Dill to enforce Vendor1 a Lien.
L -J'ublio uwtico is hereby giveu, that In piirmanco of a
rdwriulofBcr entered in the above entitled cause, In
wm circuit court of said icounly, on the elglitli day or
October, A. l. IttoS, of the October term, A. D. I8Qi, of
tiuld county, I, John Q. Hsrnun, Master iu Chancery
for Maid court, will, on thetoth day of February, A. V.
lBt0, at H o'clock In the forenoon of said day, sell nt
putflo auction to thn highest I irtcler, for cash, at the
Boulli-WfKt door of the court houso in the city of Cairo,
In SAidc'ounU.dho following detcrihed real i-eute,
situnte in theliriit n4jJUion lo Ihecity of Cuiro, county
of Alexander and HlJle of Illinois, to-wit:
Lot iiumbered nine () in block numbered twenty.
scvesflKTI, as kiio)fnanduesignniei upon thorecurded
iAthe haid first addition to said
3etlier withHI huiI rilnguiar tno tenenienw and hcrc
itainentu thereunto liefougiug, In aatttfactlon of uald
ooreo, with ietereat and cost.
fiJOilUVAIMANl Mailer iu Chancery.
I., January . HCO-Svr
I , " CAUIl7A.-Srt CO.
QHAS. T. HINDE,
FOKWAHWN! A1) COMMISSION
ThrouRli Illlla of Lailluir ivlvVn t
, SMTril'ECIAIi ATrKNTIO.V TO KOUWAIWO'.
ATLANriC AN'l) MISSISSIPPI
avofor JrV. - '
veiling. Till SO-J A M H II 1 1 O M I A N Y
steamer, aifllill' -ai
wn and most? N .COMPJIOMLSE LINE STEAMEILS
, I TO
TJ tl. Xj 3E3 U3l. TsT JB
u X3 -?r
W. H. AKTIIUIl
I.IZZIK (SII.T, . ......
C'SIMMSIX WK A I.TII
Comprising all tho finest ami largest hoatiioutof St.
One of the abovo line of steamers will leavo CaiM
fi- New Orleans every other day, connecting at N's
Orleans with Ocean I. mil of Mcaincrs to
Liverpool, New York, lloston, nnd Oalrea
f mi, Texaa.
Paxengern and Shippers can rely on one of tbes"
lts leating l!airo punctuUly as above. Will pj
artlciilsr atlentlon to nil wy freights Mow Mcrnphir
o Now Orleans. CJ1A3.T. fllNDK,
Uer.eral Agent, Cairn,
OrtVe, on Wharfl"t( IuUlc landing.
ED. K. HltN. I'aenKer and Ticket Agent.
OrTice, at bt. Charlca llotil.
jyj-EMPHIS AND ST. LOUIS
link or .
NTKAMK It H.
The following Hosts i-,nnp this Line and will tr
run in the following order .
.11. k. i'msv'rii-........7.r.n;i.KK, m&ui,
MAltllLK CITV..... -CON WAT, Master,
CITV OK AI.TO.V TIIO.MPMJN, Ma.tr.
DKLLK 3Ii:jIIIII....CHANK, Ma.trr,
CITV OK CAIIIO MALI.V, Ma.ter.
Prompt attention dl t paid to all buslnea la
Irti.ted to the ear of the. lawte.
Freiirht and TVfcet Ortiee Ineompany wharMoat.M
front of City NationU Hank.
CIIAS. T. III.NDE, tleneral Agent.
KD. F, M."v-., TwkH and rsenger Agrnt.
ITKMPHI'", svHITK ltlVKIt AND
1V1 LITTLK I'.OCK .
t'MTKIfiT.TI MAIL LI Mi.
JOHN Si. DAVIS, Hiiji'I, Jlemphis, Tenne
The snlt ndid side-whefl
Jmrmy. 1MSSKXKEK STKAMKItS
MAVFhUWKIt, CnH.siP.IPtb nrl
Leave Memnlns every TilKArTT, Till' I'." DAV aiel
hATt'HDAT, at 6 t.mW hue Itiver. eoniu-eting a.
Puvh1I' lilutT ith sSirMemj.hi. und Little lto:k IUk
roat for Little Ibirk and llut spring. Time troni
Memphl to Little Hock, iH hours. ,
Freight and I'lis-ngera re-eir.ted over Inn otove
Line at lower rates man anr oinrr rome.
1 II An. T. 11 1. HI-., .sgeni, taviro. 111.
ytflee on Wharf-ljoat.
gT. LOUIS, CAIRO AND VICKSUUKO
lll'HICOX Itt.AKK, Muter,
JULIA . .LOC!CV0O1).MmU-.-.
I. UMLMAKV .......Lt.'Ki:it, Master.
II. M.hllllEVi:.. . .CAUTKll Master.
Vxi Cairo uuinir tin .trr.u.i ererr Pt'NDAY and
TUIDA V, and on down trip every "TIIUtnDAT and
fiU.VDAT, making rloxi connection with
VickaliurK nnd Meridian llallroail,
Helina and MrrldUu Ilallraad
Sitr Orleans, Jarkaou and IJreat .ortUrn
Throuch rereuitit civen to anr nn 1 all noint on li
raid romi, with l'ftckei. for Yasog Iliver.
Hpoelal attention giten to all way butlnera jtt-ri
f jilio and VlckkUiru.
CIIAS, T. III.NDK. Oeneral Agent.
Consisting of the following
SstSpk-iiiIId PiWH-iiger Steamorh:
DUbOUCIIKTM....-.Mai.ter FOWLKIt.... ..OV-ft
Leaves Cairo riuuday and Thurxlay at 6 p.m.
ILTKIt.M ...Matcr OUa MM Eft.., atf
Leaves Cairo Tuesday and Friday nt i p.m.
HOWARD Master WninllT.- frV
Leaves Cairo Wednesday and Saturday at S p.m. ?
Makfni; all Intermediate landing, and lutvlniruai-
ticular attention to Packet Freights.
CIIAU. T. HIMIK, t.'ene ral Agent,
r " Olllco on WharT-Ut.
JTASHVILLE AND OAIItO , "i
-fftZT. Compbscd or tno toiiowing
8IM.S Master 1 HAIII'Klt
Leaves Cairo every Sunday at a p.m.
BTUONO Master I KOAN'
Leaves Cairo every Tuesduy at 6 p.m.
IIAHMOK Matter I WKlVEIt...
Leavca Cairo every Friday at a p.m.
swapoclal attention Klyen to way business betwoVa
tiro and Nnnhville.
CIIAS. T. HINDR. Oeneral Alien
oiiioo on Whsrfboat.
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