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For oysters, go to Louis Herbert nnd pro
curb some of his .Mobile 4?licll Oysters.
Tho bargains given by Goldstlno A Boson
water In calicos, muslin, nnd all staplo nrti
clcs In tho dry goods line, is attracting tho
attontioitof all prudent buyor.i.tf
There will be a meeting of tho "Societe
Xonpartol" at tho offieo of Y. E. Albright, on
Saturday eve, the Cth Inst., for the transac
tion of iiniHjrtant business. A full attend
ttnee h dwlrcd. By order of tho president,
febS-Ct Chakub S. Dki.ay, See.
fiiif.s niiKi: fhifiii
Watcrl water I! water II I Great induce
nvnt"! Bamnins! barirainsl Tho stock of
clothing, furnishing goods, boots, shoes, &o.,
Ac, which was suved bySternheimeriSc Jlarx
from the lato Are, will be sold at 50 pur cent
les than cost, at their nuw placo of business,
No. 84 Ohio levee. Call soon and secure bar
pain, a tho goods will bo sold at a great sac-
mire, nyoruor 01 uiu unucrwriters.
DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY ELECTION.
To Xoinhmle Caiididnlo. for City Olllces
'l'olm JUlilon Snlurilnj-, l.'clirunryl.'l, 1800
Tli democratic electors of the citv of Cairo
will mmt in the soveral ward.' on .Saturday,
February 13, 1809, for the purpose of ballot-
itiK Ar candidates for the following offices,
vlx: mayor, city clerk, city treanrcr, city
attorney, city inatrrial and ono jolice magis
trate; one nlderman for the ilrst ward: two
fildermwa for th totond ward; one aid inn un
for the third ward, and two aldermen for the
The following will be the regulations of
sid primary election :
lht. The voting shall be bv ballot.
2d. Thoro shall be three 3udges and two
c.erks for men warn as follows:
JrixiK FirstWurd .lames Garland, Jos.
Mrkenne, ami Jo. iiro&s.
Oi.KnKf llurmon Abluatid Bolt. Smyth.
Juuor.f, Socqr& Ward Anton Kichbacb,
Lawrence J. Jlyrne, and Alexnndor II. Irvin.
Clkuk Thomas Vtnter and Horace
JuimjK' Third Ward Timothy O.Calla
linn, ltobert Brlbach, tind 0. 1. Lybn.
ClkkkS Bernard Jic.Mnnnu-. and "Win.
.U'imii. Fourth "Ward James Carroll,
Y.n. Klug, and Wm. Y Thornton.
Olhiiks .John W. Crowloy and Win. A.
si. Xo one skull bo twmitted to challenge)
i voter nut of hU own ward. )
lt!. Any member of the Democratic par
ty, Utp.ltqiiBlinol to vote at tho charter elec
tion, may rote atthi election, and when any
mrson cifuring t vote shall bo challenged,
befora lm is pennittod to deposit his ballot,
thai! subscribe to the following declaration,
JJI h-rety deetarea.a mm of honor that I will rote
for anJ ns all limnral4 tneati within my power to
r ur- ih eeii f in.- n.tni.ii-t- of this primary
ittic, and that! mil it legal voter of this ward."
5th. The polk shall 1 uiienod at 2 o'clock,
p.:n and ckne at 8 o'ota-k p.m., and shall bn
at the same place us have leen designated
for the Rnral flection on the last Tuesday
t Fwbmnry. Tbe judt$e almll, Immediately
tifter the chmIok uf the polls, proceed to can
vast the votes and report the result, with the
ballots end lUt of voters, Immediately to tho
.cratic city e-nt-l mmiHittp, whoso duty
it shall 1 to ervii!i) and ratify tho same,
mile puMi'.'Mt tliercvC ud ortlcially do
Cure the lioiu'itititt in tv.w. dance with nult,
iutiiB Cairo 'KvenihK Itullctin as oon us
AH caudidat-t for nomination on the
ticket fur tb city at r.rgs are reuired to
puUiely til4te thi"tnMlv to abide the
result of the primary eloctiou, and to support
the nomintMS theronf.
7th. Noontiail be qiiklifiwl to vote-at
any primary election who is notn legal votor
of the praoitirl In which ho otrers to vote.
The Jodgns of the primary election, in the
reveril wartlf. are urpd to observe tho
i;rcatet earo In the conduct of tho election,
nnd to rigoronsly nfnr- the rules nbovo
t forth. By Writer of the
ItHnn-ralirCur Ontral Comraittf.
Th eandidat - votel for will bo required
to take the following ! d;e. .
Vi. th nnlw tttii r ',!!. tot ril)- ullVct-i of
t i ii) of Cairo, hffl-y plf r o ulildpthc
ruH e ile primary 4-iiuii.
"Aim! I further bg to say to him (Mr.
Hurrdl) thalauumg guRtlcmeii in Kentucky,
in HctuitK iuetioH ulmut which we differ,
we never crow angry r descend to low por-
riHUtW.Tnu.-ndvi. r in-inuatiom." A. J.
"Warden's Timet correpondence.
.Mr. Klliott. -Mr. Harrell, Mr. Worden;
Mr. Worden, .Mr. Harr. ',!.'
3lr. Worden: "I don t care u damn who
Ilcik; he hat not stated the law; I'll bet a
hundred dollars Its nnt tho law, and he don't
think it Is." Mr. Worden as a controver
MokMirod by the Kentucky staudard of a
gentleman, where does Mr. Worden find him-s..-lf?
W. T. BewrwHTl is announowil In connection
v !th the city trnanror' oillce. in this paper.
A ii still tkvy cuinn.
CUHO A.NU llIK CHV UV JIKXII O.
The WMhlngUm Hjrresjond,ent of tho New
York '.Journal uf Couirnurev,' writing timlrr
t uto January 2th, nays: "The housoconjiilU
t v on roU nd canals will report the bill In
r renceto the InttrMatimm Faeillc rail
iond, whose route Is from Cairo, to tho City of
Mnico, with iunundnum. guaranteeing in
terest instead of grantint; subjUIw, and in
quiring them to build the bridge norms tho
Miseltsippl at Cairo la ijMius of three hundred
feet In th clear."
The oplniou i. uxpreil that tho bill will
r.ot bo priMvd by iU friends during the pre.
it oion. The new-born feeling adverse to
further Faojflo railroad .uUldi is not sup
, -d to be very Intent ur wido-sproad j yet
t laanagers ol thie measure think it Impol-i.i-
to prose their suit directly in thy face of
It- Of Ut ultimate, in fact early, pasage of
the Lili in it umend'ed shapo or nearly so,
there are no sorbins apprehensions in tho
minds of jeiitlumou who nro watching its jiro.
yress. The superior morits of tho great inter
national pro;,, t for which jt ecoU to make
provlsloii.-ooniiuaad favornblo recognition in
nil qimrtqw. ' It U only nocesxary for tho
friend -of .tho meaeure w wait,, watch, and
"itrlko'wlKSfi titftrofi It hot."
Thcro nro about n dozen Cincinnati roughs
in the city ; garroters, pimps and pickpocket.
They nro spotted and will como to grief tlio
moment they dovclop themselves.
The city debt h.s been reduced during the
paat six months over $45,000.
Sovornl local items prepared for yesterday's
paper wcro crowded out.
Candidates, generally, pro astonishingly
poor judges of their chances for office. For
instance, thcro Is not a candidate now in the
field who is open to the conviction that his
olection is not almost guaranteed.
It seoms paradoxical that wu should have a
physician in Cairo who, although he scarcely
ever presents a bill, U always Dunning.
An obeso wench, black as Kurobus, took on
a cargo of 'boomcr-nlckle" yesterday evening,
and got on a rampage among tho Fourth ward
darkies, after daTk. She, like Bradley, lumin
ously doprecatcd the false "symphony" of tho
radicals, adhoring, nevertheless, liko wax, to
'Grax and Colfant."
It has been suggested that tho few persons
In tho city who aro not candidates wear a
badge announcing tho faot, that it may not
bo supposed that we arc a community of can
We should bo plumed to have the report
that coal has been discovered at Santa Fc, in
this countv, corroborated. Cannot some of
our country friends advie us fully''
B. S. Hnrrell offers 70,000 lath at a very
low figure. He wants to get out of tho trade.
"V anted a sight of tho candidato who dis
trusts the superiority of his claims to tho of
fieo to which he Is aspiring. We'll engage
him for two nights at the Athcneum.
As good un article of brooms as can be found
in this or any other market, nre manufactured
in this citv bv W. F. McKco & Bro. Orders
ftom abroad promptly and satisfactorily filled
Hedge Jliller Is high authority in the mat
ter of hats. Inspect his assortment.
If you want a good suit of clothes for a
small amount of money, nud like to trade
with nn honest man, drop in on Iko Walder,
corner of Sixth and Levee streets, and you
will be accommodated in every particular.
If. Smyth it Co. form the oldest wholesale
grocery firm in Cairo, and is among the wealth
iest and most prosperous. It enjoys a largo
iliisouri, Kentucky and goneral southern
trade, and command, probab'y, a greater
homo patronage than anv other house in tho
city. Tho houae is full of groceries, tobaccos,
cigars, wines nnd liquors, upon which the pro
prietors have a hohii of fixing a price so low
that nobody attempts the hazard of under
selling them. More liberal advertisers than
Messrs. B. Smyth & Co. are not in tho city or
A negro, name unknown, .but who is be
lieved to bo the same wlio stole nionev from
the stand of Wm.Eggers, in tho market houso
some months ago, appropriated n coat at Pe
ter Ncfl'k clothinir store on Wednesday nicht
while a confederate enlisted tho nttontion of
the salesman. The theft was not unob.erved,
bowovor, and pursuit was Instantly made.
The negro ran on board a wbarfboat, and
wiill endeavoring to hide himself, fell down
the hold, where ho was secured and placod in
charge of an ollicer. Ono of tlm most con
spicuous of the pursuers was a well known
Cairo darkey, who, nfter tho capture, thus ad
dressed tho thief; "I hate you. if you is my
own color, kaze you come hero nnd steal and
make folks think it's us citizen niggers,
what's tryin' to live honest."
Wo aro corry to add that the thief nt last
Kscuped'froni tho oflJcor by jumping off the
high sidewalk near the pump on Tenth street.
Tho oliiccr did not dare to risk his neck by
jumping nfter him, and tho negro was lost In
TlOW TO 1)0 IT.
The paper on which the following memor
anda is penciled, will bo returned to tho can
didato entitled to it on application. We
kindly publish tho memoranda that he may
know to whom to apply :
"Leavo $10 in 's saloon. Get to
swear is "down on tho dutch. Give
$5 to work on Saturday. Start roport
he wa cow-hideJ and ran away from .
Swear he voted for Munn. Boport he intends
to leaved d town if beaten. Leave $10 with
to pay for whisky, (iot him whipped if
can before election and drunk. Get to
play on "d d dr.Uh string." Go to ball 9th.
Get boys drunk, keep sober, go in heavy root
hog or die."
One of onrcitizens.imther ascetic, by tho
way, has u pr rfeet horror of conundrums.
Falsing tho Ferry House, the other day, a
genteel stranger accosted him :
'I say, my friend, can you tell me why
this hotel is closed?"
"Go to 11 with your conundrums," was
thn sharp response, I've been bored to death
by theui for moro than a mouth."
The itrangertured surprise, and Mr. -Vid
stalked otf In high dudgeon, ovor what ho con
celvod to bo "oonfoundodly impudont famil
iarity" on tho part of u stranger.
Tho Hon. Wesley Sloan has announced
himself as u candidate for tho vacant bench In
this circuit. This announcement will be wel
comed by all men wboslncorely wish our lav.-.s
administered by our ablest and most
experienced men; by all radicals who can
rise superior to party, and say that tho judi
ciary U not a political machine, put an Insti
tution of the profit that nhould enlist tho
service our ablest and mot Incorruptible
Tho llaker family called out a vory solcct
audience iat night, and gavo a very pleasant
entertainment. Tim "lion km" has u mar-
vulou voice, full, rich, and almost us deop as
tho sub-bass swell of a cathedral organ. His
ba-s solo not only dollghted, but surprised
the auillonco, oxhil:t!'.g, a It uld, a wonder
ful compass of vuii-e and the highest and most
uiAi-'ifd cultivation. The selections were
such an were most grateful to refined tastes,
many i-f them being original compositions of
To our .Mound Gity neighbors, among whom
ino miners appear this evening, wo commend
the family as eminently do.erving.
The l'uhlio School 'Tablet,' mugh to tho
; jsmUUeatkm of five hundred little onos, mado
t its regular monthly appearance to-day.
court or coaxox rnus-TniBD dat.
Hon. John II. MulU, Jullgi-Ak II.. trim, clerk
John ltogaa,- city m.-irahil
Tho pooplo vs. C.'iarlcs Dovclin, AVilliam
Moore, Kichard Burke and Thomas Croftpri,
larceny sentenced to tho penitentiary for
threo years each.
Tho pooplo vj. FrAnk Fletcher, larceny,
verdict of guilty sentenced to penitentiary
for eleven years.
Tho people vs. WjlHai" K'FPyi falso jirc
tenscs, verdict of guiity sentenced to county
jail for thirty days-
The people vs.'willlam Jackson, larceny
verdict of not culltv.
Tho teoplo vs. Alfred Norman and Frank
Baker, larceny continued.
The grand jury returned eighteen bills of
indictment as true bills and seven as ignored.
There woro fourteen convictions of which
nine woro for felonies whero tho defendants
were sentenced to confinement in the pcnl
Court adjourned sine die.
The meeting of the city council, lat night,
was an unimportant one; being confined to mis
ccllaneous business. There was qulto an an
imated discussion rolative to tho proposition
to nut tho citv uniting fund at interest. A
motion to deposit it in tho City National
bank, on interest fit the rate of 5J por cent,
tier annum, prevailed by a vote of 3 to 2.
The proceeding", officially reported, will be
Louis Basano will upon his saloon, on tho
corner of Eighteenth and Loveo streets, in
the morning, with n frea lunch. Tho saloon
is one of the comploUtaml best appointed In
the city and will be aupplied with the purest
wines and liquors obtainablo in tho market.
The lunch will be everything the appetite,
ovon of an epicure, could cravo, abounding in
delicacies as 'well as thn substantial. Go
around anv time after nine o'clock.
Mr. John Howley requests us to say that
he is not a candidato for tho position to which
'many voters" invite him; nevertheless ho
extends his thnnkt to his friends for tho com
pliment conveyed in tho call upon him.
Marshal Hogan, accompanied by Dick Fitz
gerald, left on tho afternoon train with tho
nine prisoners sentenced to tho penitentiary
by the court of common pleas at Its special
term just closed. Among tho number were
the four boys who picked the pocket of Enoch
IIOTKf. 111111 VALS.
(The St. Charles Hotel, ThurvU, Xelruarjr I.)
It Jnu it family, SO; J It White, hy
it .mckiu. i i:
J M Imtu, St Louis
(5o Calrnt, Chi n";
T 11 Dvion. N Madriil;
A G Williami, III;
,J II)Pfi wifr, Chieaoj
M I' Korrpt,ht Imli;
llakrr family, Wauki-CAn;
A Ml -aril, Ontrulli;
W DuDnintf. "
A A i (-n. tin'-innaii
T .M Aulti,
T II Hvnl, Ilynl, Ciwrlt.n,N A (innner. 111;
C II Hfllintr. Mil City; A It Imtti-n. M City;
A Drorcf, K'v; It II Iiull, 111 9.
Port l.lat for the U4 Ilnnra rtidliiK at
Two o'clock, 1. .11.
liftx. AnJr'n Cluni.; Wm. Whito, Tailarah:
Ohe llranch, Hi. Ium; ."limpaoa Horner, Viekj.;
Charl-ion. " Arcomnt. I'mrlnnam
City of Cairo, Mollm HatnMclon, Mem.;
l..vl)(iay, N, (J.
Oen. AniITM.n, t'olum.; Wm. Whit, raloh;
iii-vii II un.f r, Pill.; Iihtv llranch, N. O.;
City of Cairn, Mrmfilif; Chrlrton, Cincinnatij
Arxonaut, ' Anna-la, KvamvljJc;
IJyOay, .(. Louis.
Tho weather is again clear, but quite cool.
The latter is by no means objectionable.
The Mississippi is falling slowly at St.
Tho Ohio Is rising at Louisville and Cin
cinnati, with four feet over the falls, and it
falliug at l'ittsburg with live feet In thochan
Hero the rircr has risen five inches since
last report. There is eight feet water iii the
channel toSt. Louis, and nn abundance for all
claaaes of steamer to (torts below.
Business continues moderate.
The Armada last night brought 170 bbls
potatoes, M bbls whiskey, 13C sacks corn, 38
jikgs furniture, 1C pkgs sundries for resbip
ment south, nnd the following Cairo freight:
A. Mackie ifc Co, 3 pkgs; B. S. Harrell, lot
furniture; Thomas & Green, 0 bbls potatoes,
1 crate cabbage.
The Olive Branch cleared with about the
amount we announced she would receive GOO
Tho Tyrone brought 2 hhds tobacco, 200
bars and bundles iron, lot sundries for resblp
rnent to St. Louis. 9 hhds tobacco, 07 pkgs,
cedar wore, 25 rolls leather for rcshipment
south, and the following for Cairo: Chat.
Galliger. 145 fiour barrels: Mrs. Shoemaker,
1 cow, 3 pkgs stoves. "W. F. McKco & Bro.,
lot broom corn.
The Mollie II amble ton brought a fair pas
senger trip and a fw lots sundries. Shore
ports doing a fine wav business.
The Lady (lay ducharged hero a largo
Juantity augar, inolasse and assorted freight
or JS'aabville, I'uducuh, Cincinnati and Chi
cago. The Argonaut discharged considerable
Cairo freight and received several tons for
Tho Tyrone, Cant. Tom Harmon, clerks
"Weaver and Har-lV, is tho regular Cairo and
"ushvllle packet this ovonlng. Frejght and
paaaongers will be landed at all points on tho
Cumberland river, and all bushess entrusted
to tho enro of hr elficient titllccrs will bo
promptly and fu.thfully attended to.
The Mollie Hainbleton has changed her day
of departure for Memphis to Friday evening.
Shu will leave promptly for that port and all
intermediate landings this evening. Captain
Hampton in forms us that he brought up a
number of order, for goods, and our citizens
will only furtb'-r their own Interests if they
will do nil in thiir power to sustain this mco
little siduwheel par-kct in tho trado. She will
attend faithfully to U way business in which
Cairo merchants are so much interested and
greatly beniflttt-1 hy, nnd which the larger
packets cannot attend to.,
The Quickstep Capt. Doxter, clerks Gram
mar and Pennington, is tho regular mail and
nas.enger packet for Evansvillo and way
landings this evening.
Tho Bublcon, Captain. Blako, is tho Vicks
bur pa.-ket for this ovonlng.
The fluo t6arnr Bismarck, Captain Sam.
Entriken, Is due this efcnlng for New Or
leans. "Utah ! tho Hume (.elcctod by Captain H.
II. Svinmes for his now inountain steamer,
which is to have tho ungines of our Cairo
Tho New Orleans Crescent of Sunday last
thus describe the weather:
''Yesterday wat a lovely day. Tho morning
and forenoon were rather wintrv, but toward
noon Helios infusud tho atmosphere with a
Bully for "Helios."
Tho samo pajwrcpntalns iho following :
"Justice Montamat has recently decided
a case oi cunsiucruoiu importance to tnx nnt
license Havers. Tho citv sued thn "Wild vn.
nnnr for levee dues, amounting tn ini in
which tho iigcnts of tho boat wcro willing to
pay In city currency only. Tho city wanted
greenbacks, and hence the suit. Judgo Mon
tamat decided against the boat."
Thn T.milvlllo lienors aro after tho Clnnln.
natl 'Commoner' with tho sharpest kind of
sticks for its unfounded abuso or tho pilots
inn rnntnln nf thn Lcclalro wlicn shu SUnk oil
tho falls. They havo a long ways tho best of
tho flcbt. The 'Commoner' wants ino omcer.s
mentioned to bo indicted for manslaughter
when no lives were lost.
Tho de-w heol steamer JjexinKton was en
tirely destroyed by firo nt New Orleans on
Wednesday morninc last. Sho was near the
docks and waiting to betaken Into them for
JTho following river news ws? crowded out yester
Tho submarine boat Underwriter went up
tho Mississippi a few miles yesterday to pump
out a valuable bftrgo which had been care
lessly allowed to sink. A ftcr performing that
duty, sho discovered tlic little stamer J- lorn,
bouud from Capo Girardeau to "Wolf Island,
in n sinking condition, from having struck a
snag near tho head of Dog Tooth bend. Tho
Underwriter speedily pumpod hor out, also,
and after making temporary repairs, brought
her gafclv to Cairo.
The Flora is loaded with mill machinery.
and will probably continue hor trip to "Wolf
Tho protieller Crescent City, 300 tons bur
den, loaded with corn for Madison, and with
a barire loaded with movables and a portable
saw-mill In tow, foundered during thogaloon
Friday, near tho head of Flint Island, and
sunk in twenty feet of water, only about two
feet of her smoke-stack bcinir visible, and ly
ing square in the channel. Thocrew and pas
sengort were saved on the barge, which came
near capsizing. Tho propeller was owned by
George and Gu. Stuart, of Evansvillo, was
valued at $0,000, and insured In tho Evans
villo insurani-e company for $1,000. Tho
corn. 4,822 bushels, was insured for f 3,200 in
the Bepublican company of Chicago. Boat
and cargo aro llkoly to prove a total loss.
VATTF.IW-CAIIN:.-On Vo.lnil.!y, FVhruary 3,
1409, at the rm leai e of Mrs. M. Swanders, la Cairo,
tiythflUv. Mr rVt,Mr. I). II Walter, of L'llln, III.,
to lt M.irtha J Carn,offr.ledonm, 111
TJOIt SAI.K-Sv-nty thoi.saad aawi-J lath, ut
l: tx-r ri-nt. if man tne maiKrt prie,
If u. 101
II. K HAItltKI.L.
WANTED-Alexander County Orclora, at (Otti,
on the dollar, for all klndu nfl.uinlx'r and Ilnd-
der-.' MaK-tials. W. W. TIIOIIMO.N.
TMl. II. YVAKONKIl-lU-M.idi".
So. 69 Wa.-
A J nuturwt, ner KiKhth alreet. OnVe
Utile. Ottlce hours. 10 to It a.m. and 3 ki iistn , .
ell uptlie wild freth, healthy vacrlae matter.
A I BO AND I'ADUCAH
The- IlKst draunlit pM-ni;rr htrair.rr
It. T. NOItTIIEnN.
J. M. I1KVKW.T....,
Will make r'xuler DAILY THUS Ut-eu CUiro nd
l'Aliicah, learine Cairo i-rery esenla feadaya ex-crpte-dl
The Wluti-i onnit U at I'a-Iu. ill wifi the .Ve Crist a
and Ohio radr'xi-I. and the CumU-rland and Te nne- e
tor irtistm or rua;c apwv on in. or to
QO.MK AX D SEE,
An. lxili.fr yourielsca that Me teal f et all kia-lso
Ctieter thaa aay miti in Cairo. Ilet mal oil, V. et..
Ircllonj olfiice bolter, 'JU tcU jxr jound, and all
uthcr thing in .rojwixtn.
Ilon't forget your Caali.
Call at 331 Washington arenue. feU-tf
Offl the Cairo City Ferry Coin j-iay,
and Valley Korry Lcinraiiy,
Cairo, Illinoi, JVhruary 3, 1S
Notlee l hreby RiTea to tti htoukholilers of the.
alrenainHli.-oini.anie, that an Metment of
leeq 116) iirt cent, upon th cpltij to k Iherctf. Imi
thn day t-eu made by the Iirwtor, and that the
Stkholdera re requin-d to par the aanie at the ftV. n
of the treamrer within n (10) dayt from thn dalo
hereof, in accordaneo with the L) -law of Uie c-.mi--Die".
TKOMAri W. IIAl.l.IIiAr, Heeretiry.
A Clergyman, while reildln in foutli Aineri' a & a
mloslonary, dlKoreroil a iafe and simple retn-Jyfor
the cure of Nerroua W-akne, litrly lieeay, Lireae
of the Urinary and Seminal Orj;ar.j, and the whole train
of if i "orders brouxht on by baneful and rleioui h'Mu.
Great numbers hate Iwencnred by thn notlc r-nn -ly.
Prompted by a delr toeneflt the Afflicted and un
fortunate, I will end the recipe for preparing nd
ulng thu nudlcine, la a tvalod eneIoe, u uny one
who needs it, rats or riuaat-. Addrt-u,
JOnKPH T. INMAN.
Station I), lllble llou.e,
febl-dSin New Tork City.
I'ublle noti.-e i hereby ghen that thc-ro III U a Ken.
eral Charier Klei-tion held for the nurimtu of iJartin?
a Major, City Clerk, City Tniuiirer, iMy Altarnev,
City MarOial, and one I'olice Mairmtrate; ''0' one A'l-
derman fur the Firat Ward. Ian Aldermen fur ll.n Ka.
ond Ward, one Aldertun for the Third Ward, and two
Aldermen for the Fourth Ward, of the pity, on Tueday,
muiMui rruiuHi;, a. if iw, ui me ioiiuw l- liiarea,
In th Flrl Ward, nt the MMce of JleKernle i ltw-e,
northweitiurnerof .Sixth street ami Waahmiiton mm
In the .Sn ond Ward, at iho Engine Ilomc of the
Aratj Fire Company, on IVmimerclAl ntenue.
In the Third Ward, at the ottke of 11. Hhannexy, )
lien mai(Mrate, rotner of Waahitiitton avenue and
In the Fourth Ward, at the Court House, ou Wat it
The JucIkoh of Flection of Ihv i.erc-rnl wardi, (o be
appointed by the City Council for tho eaauin jear,
will meet nml til as a lloard of liegiatry, ut the pU'.-ei
aloie xM.-ilieI, on Tue.day, February, 2, whui aud
whero regiateiii will Imi prepared of the jw-r-tonn t-nti.
tleil to vote In tho repe;tlri! wardnofthe oily.
i uiii open in o u i'iuiik, a.m. anil eio-tent ti p.m.
jiy orucr ui me jjayor.
JOHN I. FAGIN.
hTATi: OF ILLlNOIt1, )
Alexander touuty, J
In the matter of Samuel Htitatu Taylor and Kdwin I'arv
witm, Trtl'lees of the Cairo City I'rotierly, John
Flmii On Hill to enforce Vendor Lien.
I'ublie notioe la hereby given, that In purmianee of a
decretal order entered in tho abovo entitled cauao, in
thoeircuiteoiirtof aid county, on Iho eighth day nf
CK-toUr, A. D. lefiS, of the October lerin, A. l. IMS, of
Mid county, I, John Q. I larinan. Master InChuuvery
fortaid court, will, on the 25th day of February, A. If.
1S00, nt 11 o'clock In thn forenoon of aaid day, noil nt
public auction to tho highest Mdder, forcaih, ut the
bouth-ucot door of the court houto In tho city of Cairo,
In said county, tho following described real tstate,
ituate in the firt ndditlon to Ihe city of Cairo, county
of Alv"-lcr mid .State of HlinoU, to-uiti
LotiuiinU-reil nino (U) in block numbered twenty
seven 1271, as known and ilenignnted uion the rocorded
inari or plat of the i-aid Ilrst ndditlon to aid city, to.
celher with nil p.nd Hlnirulur Ihe tenements nud 'n.r...
ti ditutm-nta thcrcuuU) bcloiiiiing, In aatiafaclionof aald
aecree, wun interett niei rona.
, JOHN O.. HAHMAN, Ma.ter in Chancery.
Cairo, III., January 83. leMw ' .
CAIISO TIlANSriR CO.
QIIAH. T. 1IINDE,
FOHWAltMNG AX COMMISSION
AIIt TIl.lA.SI'HIt OMIAXY
Avnlianie I'olnla liyllnil or Water.
r3-SIi:ciAIi ATTENTION TO KOItWAKUINO
TLAKTIC AX I) MISSISSIPPI
S J' U .1 XI S 11 1 1 OJIP A Y
cotti'itojusi: mxe sti:.vmi:bs
3NT 33 "VAT O X-X Xj 33 JX. 3NT
-lfJt- TIIK fcTEAMKKK
W. It. AIITIIl'IU
IjAISV AY,... .. .
.r Kilt, JlaMer,
ro.si.sioxvi:.Mrii (.uLr, iiuii-t,
OI.IVK llltACII JONIK Matter,
COXTl.VK.Vl'AI. ......UftnCNCJCtill MiuP.
Comj'r.slnB all the flnul nn-t lait hoahiontuf H.
On -f the u'r e t he of tamrM will Wale Cairo
f r Ut Orl'-ann itry ylhr day. eiwnwMm; at cv
itlcam w.lli run Liu of W'-awn-tii to
LI vri pool, Xriv Vork, Iloilmi, nnd (lalve-
ioii, i cmi,
I'aamra aad .hiiiptera caa rMy on one nt lhe
hvata l.iniifi Cairo neUiny a. alula. Hill pj
!rticslr ntintKiii m an way rnwt tiw jti-n ptr.
.NVw Urlvan t HA. T HINDIS,
OtiW. oh ViWnt. lnUI- lJBdm j
KI. K. SIssJX, ViHi-t and Tkkd AifBt.
Offlee, at m t-Tsani iiwm.
-JKMI'HIS AXD ST. LOUIS
s t i: A 3i j: ic s.
The f i' w r.it I' mt' this and will t
ruu In lh folluKlne order t
M. K. l-'DHSYTII Zr.ir.I.l'.K, MAtr,
IAH1II.K. CITV.. -...tONWAT.Mattrr,
IT V !-" AI.TO THUMIU.t, .MMte.
iiki.i.i: ?ii:?iimii.s. naxi Mat,
CITY OF CAIHO MAI.I.N. Ma-fr.
1'rnmt.t attend. ,n wil. t t.-l to all Iwiaeu U
Krelcht and Ti- ket ortv ui cottiiiy wkorMit, a
front of City NatmrMl IUbV.
I II.V i Ill.TIT-, U rtll'
Ii. y. flS-W, Twkf t aixt l'ftflser ARnt.
KMl'HIS, WHITK BIVKU AND
IMTKU -TATF.s MAIL I.l.NK.
JOIl.V II. I).VIi, Mip't, Metnphi, TenatgM44.
The splendid Mde-whed
y PASS K.(i Kit STKAMKltS
MAVKbOWKIt, COM.SIKHCI.M. mi.l
1. 1 us: u i i ,mi.u,
I.ear Meft.ph ter Ti lI'.ir. TIll'lt-IiAY aat
hATl'ItDM', at 4). m , f.. rUI.it Hirer. u..biic.ui.
Iiurall'a blurt w tii II..- M ml hi. and I.illlf ltik lUi.
road fr Little lbe-lc and 1IM -)ruic. Tuno Ujv
MeinpMn V) l.ltUe IPta-k, IS 1.
Freight aad la-m-rs relt'lw' er Mms t-Jt
Line at lower rat than any SW rvuto.
t'HAei. T. IIINflTl Airwt. Otlrra. Ill
Ultwe on Wiur?4at
fT. LOIMS, CAIBO AXD VICKaBUP.G
. -sZT.r. T"0 splendid
arj2-?59- Pas-.t'iit-r SU'iimcrH
HI IIICOM... HUKI' Mialer,
M'MI.V.tltV .....l.l'KKIt, JliuU-r,
JIOI.MllHMVi: C.UtTKH, Maaler
I 'ait Cairo Knni upatrmiu oery SU'NI'VT aoJ
TI'KxIAY, and on down trip erery TllflWDATnnl
fl'MlAV, making el'j-e i oiineelion wilh
Vlckaliurs; ami Merlillan Hallroad,
Helina nml .tlrrldlnn Hallrnail
Htw Orlraua, Jarkion and Ottml Nortlitru
Through ti-ii mrea to any and all hiIuu ontr.
mid romU, with V ket ftir Yaaoo Hirer.
, HmmiI attention pien n all way liunlnen tierwee i
Cairo and Vltk.-dxirit.
CHAs'. T. HIN'r)n.rieneral Ajtent
Oni on Wharf-lott
VAXSVILLK AXD CAIUO
Conintiiig of tho fullowing
tastSpli nilld Passt'iiircr SlfitiiitTi:
M,Jl CHKT.M....MaJer , FHWLF.lt..
I.ean a Ca.ro sun luy und Thurd.iy ut 1 ji.m.
DItXTKIt Ma.ter Olt.VMMi:it. Clt-i
I.catea Cuiro Tiieaday and Friday ut i p.m.
HliWAIill Maater I WIIIOIIT X.1etn
l.nave Cairo Wediieaday and Saturday at S p.m.
Making all iBternuxllato luBdnif, and pariiti p.
tleiilar attuntiun tu I.uiket Fr.-lttlit.
OIIA3. T. HIMIK. lieneral AcsSnt,
JfASIIVILLE AXD CA1BO
affS. Compoed f tho fullowing
SIMs Ma-tcr HAHFr.U Cter ;
J.pau- Cairo e fry Sunday at 5 p.m.
STUONfi Master KOAN (Her
Leaves Cairo every Tuexlay nt 6 p.m.
HAHMON Master I W1UVKII Clerk
Leaves Cairo every Frluy nt 6 ji.m.
sta-Special ntlenllon given Wuny b;nliio,ss lictween
Calm und NaihvlII.
CHAS. T. HIMIK, General Ascn
dcc2l 'C3d Otlioo ou Wharflwat.