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DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY ELECTION.
To .Nominate Ciindltlatcs for Cltjr Offices
To be Held 011 Snt iirtlnj , l'etxuary 13, 1 880
Thodciuocrntie electors of thu city of Cairo
will moot In the several wards on Saturday,
February 13, 18G9, for tho purjio.c of ballot
ing for candidates for tho following offices,
via: u mayor, city clerk, city treasurer, city
attorney, city mnrahnl und ono jollco magis
trate; oiio uldcrinun for thy first ward; two
aldermen for tho fecund ward; one aldermun
for tlio third vnrd. and two aldorni;-" for the
Tho following will bo the regulations of
said primary election :
lft. The voting shall be by ballot.
'Jd. Thero shall be threo" judge? and two
clorks foV cnoli ward. n follows:
JpnoKrt First Ward James Garland,
Jos. Mclvcnzio, and ,Io. llro.g.
Olkukh Harmon Ablo and llobt. Smyth.
.1 Uini:. Second AVnrd-2-Anton Echbach,
Lawrence J. Byrne, and Alexander JI. Irvln.
Olrkk Thomn "Winter and Horace A.
.IfKOKS Third AVnrd -Timothy O'Cnlli
linn, Itobcrt llribach, and O. 1. Lyon.
Cf.nr.K.s llorimnl McMnnntM and Wm. J.
Juiiokh Kotirlli Ward Jnmcs Carroll,
Wm. Kluge, and Win. V. Thornton.
Olkiik.i Jno. AV. Crowley and "Win. A.
3d. No one shall be jterniltted to challcngo
:i voter out ot nls own ward.
1th. Anv inomber of the democratic party,
legally iiniillfled to vote at the charter elec
tion, may vote tit this election, and when any
ixirson olfering to vote shall be challenged,
before he i( rnilttod to deposit his ballot,
filmll sultK'Hbie to the following declaration,
"I h'fhr declare a a man ef honor that I will Tote
for arid u nil honort&c unun within my power to
annum tho clecUou of the nominee, of thin primary
clotfo, and Hint I nm alegHl toterrf thliiwnrd." ,
"Which shall be fikd unJ preserved by the
jiidgt: of election.
5th. The poll shall be opened at 2 o'clock,
p.m and close at fe o'clock, p.m., and shall be
at tho tamo places us have been designated for
the genoral election rn tho last Tuesday f
February. The judges shall, Immediately
after tho closing of the polls, proceud to can
vass tho votes and report the remit, with tho
ballots and list of voter, immediately to tho
.democratic city central committee, whose
duty it shall bo to examine and ratify the
Mm-, make iuMi atluii thereof, and officially
doolar the' nominee in accordance with the
result, In the Cairo 'Evening Bulletin in 1
coon as practical)!.
Cth. All candidates for nomination on Iho,
tkk fur thu city ui Urge, are required to
pvWMr pledge thtwoelvei to abide the result
of the primary election, und to support the
"tli. No one shall W ijurdifii-d to vote at
any primary election who it not a legal votor
if tlw rluc. in which he offer to vote.
Tbr judg of the primary election, in the
vral wrd. am urged tn observe the great
est 'nr; in tho conduct of tho election, and to
rltrorously enforce the rule atore s-t forth.
""By nrdr of the
IM:rtK Uty Central Committee.
The candidal votol fur will 1m required to
tak tlio fsllawing plelg:
Wm, Uk tuvtnf aniitt,tc. far fitjr attiee. of
tiMrfcr oTCfeiro, brbv pbnlte tt, nh'.tif the
I off V ) ttmr ft Hun.
The VMrUbh- hv- shot upon u latt
nhskt uiu a little jpurt of large Unkv -now.
TIm 4 rth ahaorUd evry dike with eager
grw! on tiw monicut of contact.
Oar ffeamber of corumerw should ! re
Vtvtsl. TJw frtrvAgtfi of union chould bv at
las rlhible. wheti no, for tho advance
tnMt of. Cairo yr9-t atxl i'r the pretention
of Calm rights, U .
limiiiy Hnjlih opi'irtii the Court Hoiij
naWoti In gay trlo thl morning, sjireadlng a
liitiuh g&A HMvitgh for a king. II! well
tervod vlanda, flue ult- arid jiure old ryo. were
dUut'od by n large crowd of callcrs-in. A
olovur, otirlwou gHiitleni.niv young man !
Jimmy. Kvery body liko. him.
iihall w hn u n liable, e er-jaable 3Io
Adamii!4f! road from Cairo to TiiiU Such
:ui Impro"mcnt would ii eree tho wealth
qf Aloiander twuty $1,000,000 !u two year.
SJiall uuobtrtln our imWing act, iuuil,00,
Qt9 county Umdi, and build the road ? Ir.U
whos hurxl U thi niMtter (ontlded ?
A iiogm child, about four year oln, tlcinit
d aeroa lngof IVjilarttrcet, yctorday even
ing, directly In front of a waicon wa knook-
i-d down, abd picked up unhurt from directly
Uwiumh one of tin- Iw.mos. The little black
ItMtt ar not uuu suratthisl,
TotriiWrt harmony and exactno tho Judge
Hdulerksof tho primary oleethm jiropxe. we
uudrtnnd, to n-gMur riamoi of voter-", and
to conduct thu election generally with all th
onre and prwi-ioi, th.l dUtinguikh our gen
Charley I'HtTorlln. tho buUktmI of cooks,
jirjiside over the enllnary department of
Walker and Siseon ruUanrunt; and U hour
ly rvliig up l.i li'. peculiarly toniptlng
style, oystHrr, game, and everything lo tho
varied upj!tit' of eutomnw demand. (Ujar
ley is a card for any restaurant. If lie feeds
a man once he secures a mortgage 'on that
uian'4 apetito that I never foreclowl. itt
A pitiful lght wa the ragged, i)tuddy,
drunken woman that reeled lonr Point 5nth
ftrtsl, about dunk jeturday evening. Low,
debatwl, abandoned, lost I But once, perhap,
n family pride, respi-eted, )uttd, praised.
What depth of degradation caunot the aban.
doned woman reach 't
Kleetion oxeliument hai visibly increased
since ycterday rauriilng. Candidates are-on
U10 alert, and all of them beaming, , gonla.1
. nd ilnvr. To what i dluppolnlmtiit will
'SiMM t'luul Wtt,;"i wn" ballot are all
"Wo'r'opent an acknowledgement t thanks
m II. A. Hannon, fsq., and MumM W. B.
Rwekwoll & Co, for fretjuentrtvon In tho way
: of the latest uowpajor.
riuK! hui::: nui;ti!
AVaterl water II wnterljl Groat Induce
raents! Bar).iliu bargains I Tho stock vf
clo'ihlng, rurnibhing good, bo'ota, nhovi, Ao.,
i: which wa savud hy.Sternheimer ArMarx
firoiii thu Into lire, will be Mild hL 00 per cent.,
less than oo.t, at thir new phua? of biulnc,
Wo. H4 Ohio lovee. CM nm cm(s j,r.
galiu. as tho good will bnsold at agteat sni
"Itice. by ordtr of t'e unlirvvn't i,,
r. A FALSE IlKPOUT tUILKti.
, The report has gained curreiicv that tho
Cairo Property Trustees will vield the use of
tho Mississippi levoo to tho Cairo and Vln
cenncs railroad company, onlv upon tho pay
incut to t.iem of twonty-flvo thousand dollar,
For this report there is not even the shadow
of a foundation. On the contrary, the use of
that lovoe has been tendered, without money
or price, nnd depot grounds upon tho samo
terms. These liberal tenders wero made di
rectly to Colonel Harper, the chief engineer
of tho road: and that no action wa-taken
upon them is chargeable to the colonel's desire
to first adviso with (icnernl Bumsidc.
The feeling, somowhere, that would bo grat
ified by a misunderstanding between the Cairo
authorities and the officers of the C. and . It.
It. company, is doomed to di.saptiolntmcnt
There is a disposition on our part to deal lilt-
orally with tho railroad company, and to sub
mit with a ready cheerfulness to nil Its roa
sonablo demands. This Is all tho railroad
company can ask of us, or will ask. "Whero,
then, is there room for bickering or disagree
THE 1IIVEU llOTTO)! OCT.
A few weeks ago n colored man named Ste
venson was drowned at our wharf, falling
into tho river on tho outside of tho wharfboat
nnd never rc-appcarlng ujkh tho aiirfacu of
the water. Yesterday, a colored man named
Wcalov foil from tho steamer Bee, lying at
tho same point in tho river, and like Steven
9, went down to riso no more. Two other
persons having been drowned ut thu samo
place, during the past tAto or three years, a
superstition has taken root in tho minds of
the tregroos cognlr-nnt of thu facts, that tho
rivorthcro is not only bottomless, but possessed
of tho devil. They urge that to pass beneath
the surface of the water there is doath, inev
itable, as there is a downward suction that
draws the body down, down, to measureless
depths, despite tho utmost etibrts of the vic
tim. The Ignorant creatures, harboring this
superstitious dread of the place, give it a wido
berth, night or day.
-11 ' 1 -
For oysters, go to Lou! Herbert and pro
euro somo of his .Mobile Shell Ovstcrs.
A( AIlfSirK TBIO
Ben Johnson came across a fellow darkey
whom ho couldn't "abcar," and to cae his ro
pugnr.nco, ho shot oil' an offensive charge of
talk at his fellow, which took cficct immedi
ately. Hen was brought before Shanuessy,
fined and calaltoosed, tn the shortcut imagin
Harrv I'owcl bantred'otf his mouth at an
other fellow, and shared tho fate of Ben John
son. A third individual a white man named
Lowis l'ole, here with Toxa cattle, took um
brage at something, and tried hi best to pro
voko the complainant into a little pa at ti.ti
curTs. T' -a' ncd f 0 and tho trimmings,
nnd . .he money to pay, is yet In Ignor
anco of tho fare at the Cairo calaloo-o.
The-e cacs were disposed of yestcnlay at
an hour too late to admit of their earlier pub
The bargains given by Gold'tino & Koyeti
water in calico', muslins, und all staple arti
clet in tlm drv liood line,-is attracting tho
attention of all prudent buyer.
tiii: it tK mis.
The concert by tho celebrated Baker fam
ily, so long promised, will undoubtedly be
given in the Athonum this evening. There
will le no poitonemeut on account of unfa
vorable weather there will be no call for it,
for such is tho high reputation of thl family,
and the keoii relish of our people for, nrtt-cla
vocnl mudc, the building will bo thronged,
regardlesj of any ordinary adverse circum
The Baker family consists of John C, Mr.
J. U., JiajMjr A. and George II. Baker, who
are the identical perrons who framed the plo
noer JJ.tkcr courert troupe, and aro In as good
video now a. at nny jieriod of their lives.
The programme, which has been submitted
t thu Inipoitlon of muit of our readers, em
brace many very choice gems pathetic, sen
timental nnd humorou; and 1 so varied us to
bring the family to the foot-lights In quar
totter trio-, solos and choruse, thus giving
the audience a chance to enjoy the raro gifts
of theo wonderful 'children of song'' singly
, "Vi' fortell 11 crowded houe, and u delight
lteerved seau cull bo securoil up to the
hour of opuiiing the doors.
a.m;m coi'.tv koad.
A potition will be jiresented to the county
cum, at Its March torm, from citizens of
Unity and Santa Vo, praying for the location
of a new road running through u jiortion of
this county, as follows ; Commencing at n
(mint on what i known as the Itoach heirs'
rrn, where the Santa Fo road Intersect tho
Tlii'be and Culedonla road; from theiico
ulniig the east ide of Swan I'oiid to interncct
the Thebes and Cairo road at tho upper end
of what is known a tlio Jefferson Martin
farm distance, ubout six mile-,. This road
forms an outlet fur tho peoplo in tho settle
ments, east of Santa Fo and west of Unity, to
Cairo, over a comparatively direct lino; and
shortens tip distance to Cairo at least five
mile. It has hitherto been an absoluto lie
cecity for the residents of this neighborhood
to take thu Santa Fe road and go to Santa Fo,
or take tho Caledonia and Thebes road and go
to Unity before they could find u road to
(Jtilro a iluturice tt$ either point of from two
o live miles, and whet, thero they were fur
ther, from Cairo than when they started, Tho
ground over which the road Is to bo located Is
said to bo of a high, jandy nature, and will
make a better road. than thosa now In use.
The county will be at no expense in opening
this road, as the supervisor of each road dis
trict is rcmtlrcd to open and keep In repair all
I new mads within his respective district.
To ennhlu them to do this tho law provides
that every able-bodied man between tho ago
of 21 and r.O year., Is to labor In his district
not les than two nor more than flvo days ev-
t - Mr, Timothy Coakioy deserves tho thanks
ofall v- Loaru intetcsted in thisiiew thorough
faro a l.e has from the start assumod tho
I btifuiu 1 f the labor necessary to placo it upon
il.pre.Hiit favorable footing.
cotmt er comozc pleas-tiiibd bat.
Hob. John H. Mulkry, u;lKe-A.,H. lrtln, lerit
The court was engaged during the entire
day yesterday In the disposition of parties in-
dieted for larcony.,. The tour young me..,
named Charles Dovelln, "William Moore,
lllchard Burko and Thomas Crofton, were
found guilty, under an indictment for grand
larceny, but the sentence of the court was
ihiintiV ti,ao vnutiL' men. nicro oo m
fact, aro tho samo who stolo some twenty dol
lars from tho pocket of Knoch Burress, one
day last week, in a Commercial avenue oagnio.
Young CrofW parents live In Cairo. His
old father, who for years has worked upon tho
streets of Cairo, Is greatly di!trc.ed over his
son's depravity, and would even now sacrifice
everything he ha in the worm to save mm
from tho penitentiary. His companions !n
crimo are from Memphis.
Tho fato of James Moran, charged with lar
ceny, was nnnounced by us yesterday. Fred
erick Fried was found guilty of petit larceny
und sentenced to three month'. imprionment
in the county jail. William Klppy, indicted
for lurcenv. was acoultted. Henry Cutler,
beinir arraimied under an Indictment for lar
ceny, plead guilty. Ho will pay a penalty or
ono year's imprisonment in tho penitentiary.
At 5 o clock the court niljournea until nan
past 8 o'clock this morning.
ATitrVon a riu.
The Bcverend Jacob Bradley Is "going up
through great tribulation.' Beforo 'squire
Shannessy, yesterday evening, wo heard him
descanting upon the uncertainty of the white
man, hurling thunderbolts of denunciation at
tho radical party, and particularly upon so
much of it a was represented in tho person
of the individual with whom he was at tho
moment litigating. Ho oxprusscd tho belief
that tho "Campliell minstels" could pass
through tho infinltcirnal perforation In tho
head of a "Cambridge" needlo easier than a
whito radical could deal "magnet-animalous-ly
' with a negro. "I bars no witness Bgainst
nobody," persisted Jacob," but.its my judg
matic opinion dat in de dominions of Satan
dc radical ticket allcrs tret elected ; and if
fool niggers had no vittles but rudical lovo
and sympathy they'd bo too poor to throw a
shadder." For somo moments wo appre
hended that his sable revcrenco would get a
patch of his wooly scalp knocked off, but to
the last he maintained an utter recklessness of
fists clinched to punch him, nnd of canes
clutched to thwack him.
The exciting cause of all this, was tho Im
agined inadequacy of the compensation ten
dered to him by a Mr. Pctrle, for the care of
u sow and pig. Jacob claimed that ho had
watched over them with tender solicitude
and encouraged by frequent flotations of slop,
the growth of tho young porkers, and slruld
b rewarded by a present of threo of these
young grunters. l'etrle would give but two.
Jacob insisted on three and so, on account
of one small pig, n law stilt is instituted that
will cost twenty dollars anvhow.
About 8 o'clock last night two young vil
lain fell in with a German who was waiting
for a rtOrfiivboat. They became quite familiar,
and finally volunteer! to ecort tho Herman
to a lioarding house. Near tho corner of 3rd
and Washington Avenue they garrotcd their
victim, secured his jtoeket book containing
eleven dollars, nnd made their escace. The
German was loft pennilos.
An individual named Curran, undor-estl-matlng
tho strength of Cairo whiskey, took
deep potations and fell. Before 'tquiru Brow,
thi. morning he "acknowledged the corn" and
was mulcted in tho sum )t 1 and costs, which
MASTED AT THE ".ST. CHAHLKS."
Wc want immediately, two good laundry
girls, two experienced dining room girls.
None need apply, except thoro who can bring
unexceptionable recommendations as to char
acter, capability etc, to such, liberal wages
will be Jiftid. ' It
t7!irl Charle Hotel, WlncU, Kehrusrjr 3.
ii i ain-ll'jJf.iiiuly, circus;
II M IlioUiK, hi j.yiiis
lie liuliSH, ,jc. In-I.;
Ju Mit-rr), "
A IU!ar r,Jl!Uoni
Jurh I'r c. Calcium;
1. 1 linen, il l (Jitjr;
II II ftret-fi, ttnnU;
J HI- twrj u, lloiton.
80) A Hilwr, circus;
ilr Ilri.U-Wt X rhilJ, ht I,.
J M Maoii,' tlatmiiutij
(I I. Iluchanun, "
K C Clark, I'uCiolii;
J A Wiailruin, city.
IS. K Train, Ind.j
K U Ilmteil, Ark.;
K T Morritnn, ltoton;
Port Mil for the !i4 Hour
Two o'clock, 1. 31.
i-a.,AuIwu tioluin.t , Win. While,
.tm. llrutAi, Mc'fnphl; 1 WenlinorHs
-lorn, t ij.(; irnrdciUJi i iEmp ror,
Win. While, J'alnwh;
(ln. A11 i,.i), Colutu.i Win. White, I'mlm-ahj
Mollic Alu-, N, O,; Hum, Ilrimn.Hl, Imi;
Msijirtts, WetinoreUtil, (.'iticliiaali:
A kll''lit snow fell for mjiiio hours last night
but lie ited as fast as it fell until nearly tlio
clo-to of tho torin, when tho tomperature be
came r9 cold a to permit tho snow to cover
the ground In many places. Tho mercury
indicated 30 degrees thla morning, but thu sun
came out at 1 1 o'clock raisiug tho temperature
to 'M degrees, and molting every vestigo of
the snow. A heavy north wind Is blowing.
The .Mijiioiippl is aguiii falling at St. Louis,
notwitlutauding heavy rains had fallen there
for "ccfly 'u hours.
Tho Ohio Is rising slowly at Louis vlllo and
Cincinnati with four feet scant in tho schuto
over the falls. It Is falling at Pittsburg with
llvu feet largo In tho channel.
Here the river, became stationary last even
ing, and has to-day risen nearly three inches.
The ground, hog did not lmyo an opportu
nity to leo his shadow' at'anj point along tha
Ohio river on tho 2d inst. It rained nearly
all that day ut Cincinnati and Pittsburg, and
done tlio samo for a. largo portion of the day
at Louiaf jU,
Business lit this port has been rather dull
since yesterday upon, as arrivals liavo been
very scarce. ' '
The Cumberland did not maku hor appear
nuco ut her usuul time last night, and had not
been heard from at' noon to-day. It is sup
poed the Is detained by tho high wind.
The Sain Brown on her last trip to Mem
phis towed down eight barges of coal. Sho
returned yesterday with nix empty boats,
which she left here, and then proceeded to
St. Louis with threo modol barges laden with
coal for tho gas works of that city.
Tho Mollta Ahlo clearod for New Orleans
at 8 o'clock last night, after rccoiving hero
l,0Mbbls flour. 116 tierces lard, 130 boxes
ditto, joo kegs ditto, 'J88 bgsoats, Ml bgs ryo,
20 tons household goods (for mechanics, labor-
on, Jtc, going to.jyortc on tho elevator ot
Now Orleans), CO toniTwngons.
I Tho Emperor received about 15 tons tallow
and sundries hero lor Loulsvlllo and other
points on tho Ohio.
Tho popular Armada, Captain Ous. Dusoti
diet, Willio Fowler clerk, is tho regular mall
nnd passenger packet for Evansvllle nnd way
landings this evening.
Tho splendid steamer Olive Branch, Cant.
Jones, will leave for Now Orleans nnd nlUn
termcdialo ports this evening. She has her
cargo all engaged hero nnd will not detain
passengers along the shores below filling; out
her load. Her officers are clever gentlemen
who make a trip on tho Olivo Branch a pleas
ant one to all who patronlzo her.
Tho "Win. "White, Captain Northern, leaves
every evening, except S,unday, for Paducah
and way landings.
Tho flrt-class steamer City of Cairo, Capt.
Malin, is the regular mail and passenger
packet for Memphis and tho bends this even
ing. Tho Cincinnati Commercial of yesterday,
contains tho following;
"Paymaster Spauldlng, II. S. N., formerly
on duty at Mound City station, is stationed
nt Pnnuma. Since ho located ut that point
Ills wifo and two children havo died of the
Isthmus forcr, and he himself is very low.
THE PEOPLE'S COLUMN.
Wand, For Sat', For Jlenl, Ztfjf, Found, mid
Personal, pnblishtd in Am columnor tight
etnn a ltnt,jor one vutrtwn.
A rfiulnriMjininiiiilcallon of Delta IkIic,
No. Wis, V. anil A. M., will he IteM at Manonic
Hsll thU (Thuri-lsy) evenlns nt 7 oVloek.
All membf rs of the tt te rnlty In ko1 ushJ-
fare roru.ai.y inT.ieu 10 anmn.
t JKWKTT WILCOX,
.. ... . .
T70II SALE .renty thuaal Mwed lath, at M
MS iH-r cent, ic iiiiui tiiw iu.i.ri .
Ii. . liAitiiui.i..
WANTKD AlessniUr County Orilern, t H) ct.
onthnlolUr, forall klnJ nfLomlier unit Ilnil
,!' Msterlsl. Vt'.W.THOItNTON.
Dll. II. WAUDWKll-llMiaene. no. w wm
niltKtreet.urnrKiKtithKlreet. OBlee, nter lot
Olflee. Office hours. 10 to It a.m. nnd 1 to J p.h., U
weU siiptilled with frh, healthy vaccine mattvr.
Hleam-r llt'HICON, IlUke, mul.f, will
!eieClroTHl.HKVKINO Ktbriury I,
CHAS. T. HINDK, AKfUt.
Hlemnrr CITT OK CA1KO, MsJIn. m
'Irr. will leaver re TIUH K KMMJ.
rbruary , at o'clock. CIIArt. T. HIND AfaU
AlltO AND PADUCAH
The liRbt ilreiinht ener . "learner
It. T. NOKTIIKKN.
Will make rexnler HAU.T TB1W ltj-n Cairn
l'a-lueah. leatinic Cairo t-err eeniiu (ual es-
cepleil) at file o'clock.
The White eennect at I'.vlucih vrilSJIiewOrlean
ami Ohio railroad, an'l thet'umU-rlurf.laul Tmio--e
Vol frrli'ht or p.v.ise applr on bnsrvi. or to
if J, HLI KI.KV. Ateut.
Jn23lif Cairn, Hi
QOME AND SEE,
Am! at fy yourlre that Melealf .e. all kinI.o
Iimlly GrooorloM t
Che (r thaa any nun in Cairo, lint coal oil, Vi rt..
Ir Kllon i cleilec (Hitter, ! cenu r pound, and all
oilier thing, la proportion.
Don't forget jour Ca.li.
Call at 33 1 Waahlagloo aienue. feM-lf
Olace of the C'wro City Kerr) ( tiniauj,
bail Valley Kerry Coriipsn),
Cnlro, Illinois, KehruaryS, lSuV.
Notiee la hereby mren to the ."lockhotdi r. of the
aloe naniel eoiiipanien, thatnn kfnn-nl of .lx
Irea (IC) per tent, upon the capita tX'k thereof, has
thla duy Ucn madu by the Iireetr. aii'l Hat the
fHoekhoMerx nrereiiiirei to pay lh Hme at the oVo
of the trenmrer wuhin leu (10) Uny.. rem tin date
hereof, in aveordanre with th hv!awt of the c irara
ne THOMAS W. IIAI.I.IDAr, Setreturr.
A Clergyman, while re "Idlng In fonth Atncrlea at a
Dii.loiiftry, dlKovercd a safe and alinple rrmeily for
the cure of Nt-rrou. Wcaknen, Duly Decay, Iten.4ea
of the Urinary and Seminal Orgaui, and tho hula tram
of disorders tuouKht on hy baneful and iclous habit,
fireat numbers base been cured by this noble remedy.
Prompted by a demre to benefit the afflicted and tin.
fortunate, 1 ill aend tlm recipe for irvnnt; and
ding till rnedirfne, In a aculed enu-l' pe, to a:iy "lie
ho nred II, raac or cmawr. Addrrrr.
JOSEPH T. I.V.MAN,
btatloo D, U1U0 Hou.e,
febl-d8m NcVTork Co).
I'liblie notice la licrchv eiren that there Kill ! n tun
era! Charter Klec-tl on held for Ihv pnrjHi of eliV tfnn
n Mayor, City Clerk, City Trenniirer, City Attorney,
City Marahal, and one l'ollie MfiKlMratcj iilao, t-nc Al
derinan for the Kirt wrd, to Aldermen fur the Sec
ond Ward, one Alderman for the Third Ward, and two
Aldermea for th Fourth Ward, of the city, on Tir-mIj) ,
the- 23d of February, A. I), UW, at the follow) nj pl.Ki ,
In thu Kirat Ward, at the otlk-oof McKeniieA Hice,
nortlm eat corner of tJUlhatrcet and Wellington uie
In the He-ond Waril, at the Knuinn Hou.u of the
Arab Kire Coniiny, 011 Commercial arenue.
In the Third Ward, at the ottic-c of II. riluunuy, -o-lice
inagliilrato, corner of Washington atcnao and
In the Fourth Ward, at the Court lloune, on Wash
Thn JUdgeH of Klratlon of thenevt-r.il ward, to bo
appointed by tho Citv Council for the rnulng year,
will meet and ait an a Hoard of Itcgfttry, at the phtccN
abofnapecined, on Tucaday, February, 2, when and
where register, will l prepared of the pernuna vnti
tled t pie In the respective wrdn of the city.
Pfill.finAn.lHA'Alhnli - a,. aI.u.II ...
..... .. - .,., wy, w y., .
ny orueroi (no Mayor.
JOHN V FAGKS,
UTATK OK II.LINOI.4,1
Alexander County, j
In tho matter of Sumucl HUats Taylor and KdwIn.I'ar.
Hon., Truateea of tho Cairo City Property, vi. John
Flinn-rOnliilltocoforco.Vandor'fl Lien, ,
1'ublle notice is hereby given, that in pursuance of a
doc mud cider entered in thu ahoro entitled cause, In
tho clrmilt court of nl county, on Ihn eighth day of
October, A. I). IW, of tho October term, A. U. ISM, of
ruid county, I, John Q. Harmaa, plaster in Chancery
forsdld court, will, on the Uth il of February, A I'.
IB'.Sl, at 11 o'clock In tho forenoon of irtid tiny, aell at
public auction to the hlgheat 1 idder, for canh, at the
boiith.wot door of the court houxn 'n tho city of Cairo,
In and county, the- following described n-jil eshite,
bitunto in the flr.t addition to the city of Culro, county
of Alexander and Kluto of lllinola, to.will
Lot iiurnlicred nine (9) In block nuuiberod twent)-
even (ill, a known autldc.ign.kted upon tlinrccorueu
map or pLit of the iiaid firat addition to nald city, to.
collier with all nail (.iagular th tninei.t and horo-
ilitamciit. thereunto belonging, iu aatiafittlou 01 earn 1
itocrcc, Willi 1u1ere.1t Him conn. ,..,...
JOHN q. HAItMAN, Mauler In Chancery
Cairo, 111., January M. l8t--iw
cunorirr cAiao xaaxtrca C9.
wiiAurnoAT. I HiuariOAr.
QHAS. T. HINDE,
FOUWAIllMXf. AND COMMISSION
AG-XI IN a,
C.1UIO TIt.WSFFJt COMPANY
' CM no ilusois.
TlirniiK IHIIa of I.MdltiK K'ven to all
Available Point by Hail or Water.
eu-HPEClAL ATTENTION TO,f;oUWAltDIN0.
TLANTIC AND itlSSlSSl!.'!'!
COMPKOMISE LINK STEAMKKS
O H. Xj 3E3 3NT JS
W. It. AIlTIIUIl CAIITKK. Miwter,
I.AUV OAY . -..lU'ltK, Mater,
KCTIf ... - ...PK'UtAM, Master,
PA VI, INK 1'AllUni.I WIIITK. Master,
I.1.7.II: (M.I. .-.iNi:il., .Miilr,
COJI.MOSWKAI.TII .... .CUNLT. Ma.ler.
OI.1VK IIHA.CII JONK-i. MMter.
CO?CTIKNTAIi ..t,Rr.!;.Ol!OH Mu-
CompruiDg all tho fluent uud Irje.t boat, out tf bt
One of the abote line of teaiu(M willleareCa.ru
for New Orlean. every other day, connecting at
Orleaiin with CH-eau Lino of rteamer U
I.lverjiool, Xtr York, llo.tun, nutl Golvea
( ton, Trim.
Pawenuera and rhler. in rely ou ouo of, there
Nut. bating Cairo Ittiaetiuilly a. Move WJlp.tr
particular attention to all ayfrelrhltlow Mrinpn -L
New Orleau., CHAa.T. HINlf
General Agent, Cairo
OM-.-c, on Wharfl'iat. ItiMie landing. ,
KI). K. SIKHIN. Paoenner ami Ticket Aeat.
Urllce, at nU Chariea Hutrl.
EM PHIS AND ST. LOUIS
O O MX'iaJCY
11 s- V. Ill'
Jm?5 s 1 k a 31 1: n s.
The fnllow ng HoaU t-oinpoee tin. Line and w.u N
run in the fullow .ng order .
M. K. KtIlKYTIt..
MAHHI.K CITV .,
HKI.I.K .11 KM I'll IS.
CITV OK CAIIIO
Prompt attention will be J'd to al! tm 1.1
trtl.ted tn the earv of tlie.v bwat..
Freight and TiekK offlee In company wharf-t.t, t
front of Cit) National Hank.
CIIA- T. IIIMlK. '.eaeral A.'
l.t. Y. f"I.--ON, Tieket ami IN-twaer Agent
MEMPHIS, "WHITE P.IVEI. AND
CN1TKO hTATKS MAIL LINK.
JOIIX II. DAVIS, Mu p'l,. Meiop' 5 Tcr.r.eje
.yW" Tho utileliiliil aiilo-uliccl
PASSKMJh'K STEAM lilts
.MAVKI.OWKH. CtlM.MKItCIAI. and
Ijae Mempl... u rr TC I-M'A V, THl'iyiAVati
HT1UI'V t 5 ji m , f, r Vil.lv llirr rr-! -gr
Inn all lllurl with thu Menii.hi.aad I.ltllt It' k lUi
rou.1 for Little Ibx-k au-l Hot f rmp T mo
Memphi. to Little Itock. ti hour.
Freight aud PMger rript-l i.ict t:.e aV
L.be at lower rata. IhaB aav other route
( HAS. T. HINli Ait-m a t I.
Ultkv ou hirfV.it
1T. LOUIS, CA1P.0 AND VICKSIHJIK
l.l n r.lt, Jlatie;
-( AKTKlt, MAHe;
Pa Cairo troiog tiptr-ni every HI Mi.VV ua
HiUxJMV, andou duvkU It p irety TJIWU'liArfi 1
H'Nl'AY. tiiaklasclwiToiiiii-'-iion with
VirkaburK ""' MrrliUnn llallroad,
Helinn anil 3Ierlillnn Ilnllroatl
Jii t Orli-nn., Jnckaoii nnil (irent Xorthtrn
Through reeipluneii loan) and ait (uiinU oiru 1
aaitl roud, with iv-k.-U for fiitoo ltll-r
f-l'hil atleiition given to all way Ui'tien l- riri 1
Cairo and Yicktlrtirir.
fUIA-t. T. HINIiK. Oenertl At.'
O.'lltet.ll WdJif 'fji
VANSVILLE AND (?AUH
Con.Ntint; of tho followini;
iCSplt'iiiliU Pitsseni,'!'!' Stc.tnicjrt;
UUnOLC'llKT Master ! KOWLKP. .. ..Or
Ii4uvea Culro Sunday and Thursday at i p.m,
UEXTKH Ma.ter OKAMMKIt JLhi
I.eavea Cairo Tue.dayand Friday t & p.m.
HOWAItU MaMer WHIOHT -'f'
Leave Cairo WedneiiUy and Hatunlay p."-
Making all IntormodiaiH landing. audpayiug)u
tluular atlelitioU to. Packet Frlg.hW.
CHAS. T. HINIiK. Gencr Agent.
Ulhce 011 Vi harfdjiHi
ATASU7ILLE AND OAIItO
HIM3,.,.., Mater HAIIPHU fr'-i
Ltaoi Cairo citry biiiiday nt 5 i.m
6TK0N0 Master I KflAN
............... . .1 .(1
Leaven Cairo every Ttiewlay nt 5 p. in.
HA11MON Master WKAVKIt.,
t.vavcK . airo every rriuay ui p,iu.
KOtspcclal attentlou rItcu to way bulimy U rrf,
.U1U UII14 i.iVII, HIV.
CHAS. T. HIN'DK. (ieiieral Agen
UUioe ou WliarfUat,
jf-i?",, Coniposctl of tho followini;