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Time of Arrival nml Departure of flails.
(Cairo Ioit Ofte, Kebrunry 2, 1809 )
(Timn of cloning.)
Norlli (through X3hi.in.... 3.0() p.m.
North (way) iit'i p.m 11:00 p Mi.
South (through unil wnv). I.eOa.m 11:00 ii.tn.
South (Memphis A N. 0.).. :'Un.m 4:00 p.m.
Ohio lilrer route 5:unp.tn 0:00 p.m.
Mll?lppl Itlvnr route,
Tuesdays and Fridays... 0:00 pin 7:00 p.m.
Charleston, Mo., Tuesdays
Thursdaya A Saturday.. 11:00 a.m. .. .11:00 a.m.
Thebes, (iooso Island nml
Hartnl'c o.OOp.tnKrl. 7;W a.m. Sat.
'Ohio Illvo roulu iliMurl every dnv except Monday.
J. JH. un.ll.l..l, X, HI,
For oyster, go to Louis Herbert and pro
euro somo of his Mobile Shell Oystors.
Tho bargntntf jjtvan by Goldstlno & Jloson
wntcr In cnlii-of, muslins, nnd nil stnplo nrti
cilos in tlio dry good lino, is attracting Iiu
attention of all prudent bnyors.tf
Tho fifth locluro of tho courso now boing
delivered boforo tho Cairo academy of science,
will bo dulivered at tlio Athonoutn, on Tues
day ovonini;, February 0, 1809, at J o'clock,
by Mr. Geo. O. Kgglostnn. Admission frco
fcb8-'.'t .loiix 1). Mackik, See'y.
niti:: kiukm iiiikiu
Wuterl wnterll water 1 1 1 Ureat induce
ments I llnrjjninal bargains I Tlio stock of
clothing, ftirn'hlnif t:ond, bouts, shoes, Ac.,
&c., which was ntvod byStornhclmorifc Murx
from tho Into lire, will bo fold at DO per cent
Jess than cot, nt their new place of business.
No. 81 Ohio levee. Call soon andhectiro bar
gains, n tho goods will be sold at agre.it snc
rlflee, bv tinier of tho underwriters.
AOflC'K TO TAX-PA YKKS.
Notice is horeby given to the tnx-payors of
Alexander county, Illinois, that for tho pur
I'oio of collecting tho state, county, district,
r.ehnol, special, puupur and court house taxes
now duo for the year A. 1). 18C8, I will bo in
tny ullieo in tlio uity of Cairo during the
tuonth of February, elicit day from 10 o'clock,
a.m. until -1 o'clock p.m
1 will bo at Uih itture-hotiso of M. 1). (iun-
tlier, in Ooo-e Inland precinct, on Monday,
March let, 18C!i.
At tho hottso of Thomas Martin, oevj., in
Dog Tooth precinot, on Tuesday, March
D.itodat Cuiro, 111., February 1, 18C0.
a aaJ ex-OMaia ColKvuir of Aleiaii ler count,
P. . . fctw3t
DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY ELECTION.
To Somlnnto Cniulidiite. for City Ofllccs
ToIm llflil o ntHrtlnj-, Vrlirimry 13, 1 00
1 Lt-dwasocriitip elwiors of th city of Cairo
t iuai la the rrul wrd on Saturday,
2'. rury 1.1 for tht porjKe of ballot-
.ii, ir oMtnlMlMiaai for lit fo41owing otlico,
mayor, city clerk, rity trehsurer, city
dUoruev, ehr marshal Mtd no o)l inngU-ivuU-;
mm mMwiumi fr tbe first wnrd; two
:.iJ-rtni tor tin Monod vurd; tuc nklenuau
for tko tkin vmri, od tt nMriti for thf
f jurth wurd.
The foJiowing will he the rtrgtttntieiii of
tkI primary clertioo .
. -. Tke voting hH be by bklk i.
... Titstr abali he Uune ig and tw
.'rkt nr mtrtt war a imms :
J ruoa Firm Ward Jsumt Gitrlund, Jo,.
)U Umakii and Ju. Jiru.
C Lalin Uurmvu A'ulti4 Itubt. Siuvtli.
.lrpwia Sernnd Ward Au ton Fcbbuf h,
L- ' reiioe J. Byra, and AWxhudor II. Irviu.
LrRa Tbouiite WinUtr and Horace
J ; icb Third Ward TtoMKhv O.Calla
KvUrt JlriW h and O. 1'. Ly'oa.
-i-taa Brrnard MrMauuw.' and Vui.
J viu Yvmnk "Wurd Jmwm. Carroll,
'n. K1ik:c, and "Wm. W. Tltorwtoa-
lkkk John W. Cftfwlwy and Wis 'A.
1 Ku one kUll U )MtrMtitted to oiikllf ugy
:-r uut of bi own ward.
W-'i' Any miuibcr of Um DTnocratic par
Vifally qualified to vote at the charter elec-
. may rot aiUiU tiwtion. and when miv
ofcVifn: to vu U11 Ik; challenged,
:rfM w iKM-mittiM u aejorn lih ballot,
M v nie soiiewing deolnmtlon,
. 'irap4amaw an mu of hnner that 1 inlt voe
t . ,'l an bffi"rU ma within my to
ir ht eUttjoe of tU aoinav r tlu p.-itnary
ua. aal Uiai I am a I'-vol Tultr t ih srl "
'lb. The polh ,hall b opened at 2 o'clock,
.. -nd cloao at o clo. k p.m., and shall bu
at th tH place us have boon defclguuted
the general election on thu last Tuosdny
F'bruarv. IV Judges shall, iiumedintelv
r the clolng t,f tho jmiIU, proccl to cnti-
' the vote and report the result, with tho
J ..lou mimI lUt of voUm, Iminedlatelv to tho
, ...-ratio city ntrul i oimnltto, whoso dutv
-hall w U examine nnd ratify the name,
l : ki publication thereof, and ofllclnllv de-
"aro the nominee in accordance with reiult,
It. the Cairo 'Kvenlng Uulletln' ns oon n
0th. All caudldates for nomination on tho
J' )ot for tlio olty at large, nro reuired to
pailloly plodgo themselves to abide tho
Tsiilt of tho iirimnry election, mid to support
1 ltouiinuuji tlmruof,
7th. No ot lmll bo qualified to vote nt
aV primary election who 1. not a legal voter
r f tho precinct in which ho otrers to vote.
Tho judge of tho jrininry,coctlon, in tho
JHMirul wardt, nro urged to olservo tho
urwdoat enre in tho conduct of tho election,
-d to rig(.rouly vnforco tho rules nbovo
set forth. Ity order of the
rm ralwfilj OntnJ (Vjiiunltlce.
1 ho candidate vded for will bo lequired
ir- take tho following pledge.
We, tlinliu.li r-.... i u....aatt for cily oRleci of
(:.rcliyofC.airo,J...l) U-Jk(. oiimhcj to ablJetho
U tuiol llic JTill.ar) Hi-tlun.
A brutal Sjieotaele, in tho way of a prlzo
fight, was to ftll njipcarancos highly relished '
ly llfteon or twenty negroes, Sunday uftor'
r 1 on, nt n point nbout n half milo abovo tho
1 'Ick yard on tho bank of tho Mississippi. !
T.:o coiubattatita woro two drunken deck
liMids, who liml no other reason for tho con-t--.t
than a mut .1 deairo to detormino which
was tho Ukt'u.i Our Informant says that
when tho croud reached thoground tho "gen
I'omon" JiintoliO-1 for tho conlliet could scarce
ly fctand ujion their feet. They woro urged
on, howovcr, and wero soon engaged in tho
work of knocking ono another, with moro
Spirit and effect than it was supposed they,
woro niipuble ..f. How tho fight termiuatcd,
wmv. re i, t :r.f.r! ied, a3 when our informant
ptuscd out of ai,b t tho contest was still going
r. A half do- u pulicomon, with itout cud
g "s wero grutt , Ufoded jutt then and there.
SOlrTIIKItX IM.IXOIS OHPHA.N ASf MJJI.
Tho managers of the Southern Illinois Or
phan Asylum, in placing the following report
before the public, have to apologizo that Its
appearance has been so long delayed. It has
boon tho Intention of tho malingers for sotno
timo past to hnvo a monthly report of nil do
nations received, published in one or both of
the city papors, and wo hopo that in futuro
we shall bo enabled to do so.
"Wo should liko to givo a comploto account
of tho many donations wo have already rc
teived from timo to timo for tho asylum ar
ticles of clothing, provisions, household furni
turo and monoy ; but the generosity of our
citizens has been so great that the list would
occupy tho greater portion of a paper. AVo
are therefore obliged to give tho treasurer's
report in a condensed form, and nro reluc
tantly compelled to givo up the Iden of speci
fying donations nnd donors.
t'.iih on hnnd July 4, lMil S 3'i2 17
Aminintof en.h receipts sineoJiily I, lt.7,
to lntc 3,705 01
Total nuioiiiit received $3IW7 bl
Tho expenses hnvo been as follows):
s i i on
rinitcrer'n Mil Uo (
Itcut l:n no
I'aiiitnr'iililll aM Oil
Iluil.Imi,' croilltor-4 SIH n)
Matron's M.'ilarv frniii .June. lm.4. toilnti' ICS Ml
Huii'lry !Jk'Iiith 3Mi 4S
Total iiiuiitint .xK'liileil S3.C43 ii
Cash in tronury $M .13
Of tho children who hnvo been received in
tho asylum sinco its opening, November 15.
1800, thero havo been
A'lojltP 1 J
Iteiiioved hy pnrontB or frlonil j
lliui nnay., n
Dlofl :. "
Tolnl number $
Tho Inrgest ntinibor of children over in tho
Institution nt ono timo was seventeen. Tho
health of tho children has boon vory good.
Of tho two who died, ono an Infant, died from
previous exposure, tho day it was received in
tho asylum; tho other one, an Idiotic boy, was
subject so tits. For want of room in tho nsy
liun (.tho ninnngeM wuro at that timo renting
rooms on Walnut street) tho boy was removed
to the poor house, where he died somo timo
Tho citizens have befriended tho asvlum
with that warm hearted liberality for which
they nre so Justly celebrated, and for which
the managers, as well as other trno friends of
tho orphan, must feci deeply grateful.
V c have hope of receiving nld from the
state, which will enable us to pnv for tho
grounds of the Institution, and place us finan
cially In such o'condition that wo can lafolv
hope to see thy nylum one of tho most per-
tnuntni, as it'
'is already, unu of tho noblest
iiutitutionf our city.
jy oruor c
of tho board of managers.
Mis. "Wood KiTTBiiiousK,
The Uaker family called out the elite of
the dty. We aro acquainted with a young
gtitlemaa who moves in that circle, but who,
neverthelttM, Is strictly temperate. He d-
teriulned to oc.iujHiiamt the Bakers. He'd
C and take Adelaide Amelia he'd go early
and seearo a good Kt. A little after four
o'clock, therefore, with a lighted luntorti In
his lis-nd, he oallcJ on A. A. Hut alas! he
wa informed that she had Jutt itvppd out,
and would p-rLai be gone tuioti time. Ho
uari.tui outdone in this manner; he
would walk Into ihe parlor and wait. Ho d
be seated, "tertalnly he would. JJeU-rinined
to "take it eay," he took a sent on the sofa
and fell asleep. Hours flew by, but as be
i.t-ver drank anything, he let era fly. Six
o tlotk fame, when he was awakened by
Adelaide Amelia, who wo gently spreading
a hawl over him, at it was quite cold. He
arose wondering what itrango placo he had
hapjiened into, all the while rubbing his eyes,
but never jKJtc a word. Nino o'clock came,
and the concert had never boon mentioned.
A. A. wai getting very tired and sleepy, and
the young man was mesmerized. Ten o'clock
came. A. A. suggested th ht could call
another evening, tnd if ho wanted to go homo
now, aht'd txcuso film. Ho begged pardon
didn't think he d go home. He'd take u bd
and mnko anight of It, rather than havo her
eicuso him. And h-bed he did take, but with
whom and where? If that son of Afrlcaovcr
tells how that young man kept him awake, by
tumbling around in tbo hay loft, nnd how ho
kmod his hand on retiring, there will soo'nbo
a corjxo ready for nnother funeral. That
much i certain. All the explanation that
we can niako as to who this young gentleman
i, Is that ho was formerly a resident of I'a
ducuh. " IIUSINESS lll'l.l,."
t'n". Ycb. Wh, 15.
Luenl hddor Cairo Jliillcliiil notice in
yei-terday's paper that you hit n very sharp
"rap on the knuckles" of tho lingers which
report "business dull" In Culro, and say that
tho phrnio la m stereotyped, or standing one,
with tho Cairo correspondent of tho St. I.ouU
Republican.' I deslro to say that owing to
the amount of business which 1 know you are
compelled to attend to, nnd which Is enough
for tiny two men, I do not think yon hnvo
had an opportunity of watching overy num
ber of tho 'Jtepublicnu,' as I nm posltivo vou
nro mistaken, in purl, ut least, In thU matter.
I nm sorry that I havo not preserved a fllo
of tho paper, but I encloso you ut leust onu
dny's report clipped from It, which reports
"business good." It is true tho report it
dated ono week ugo, but, If your business had
permitted, you could havo noticcd that sev
eral reports did not go through binco that
ditto, on account of bad wenther. Thoso sup
prosed reports showed business good, nnd
even some of tho published ones show that n
mUtakn has occurred somuwhore, because
one, at least, which reports "business dull"
gc on to bIiow nu amount of business trims,
acted which was anything else than dull. '
1 believe, iiU, that you will do mo tho jus
tn c to acknowledgo that, outsldo of tho ex
pr. mIoii, i'busincss dull," which might possi.
bly havo been used too often, mv ronort has
been a faithful transcript of tho business of
our city, so far as my province oxtends, which
Is river business alono.
Cairo Corre.ionlcnt rit. Lou , Uqjybllcau.
T.I10 Lcntal bousoh commenccj to-morrow.
An alderman is to bo elected In tho third
ward to All tho vnenncy created by tho resig
nation of Mr. Kynn. Who Is tlio coming
Tim Hibernian lire company bold their
regular weekly meeting last night. Tho re
port renchss us that certain parties who op
posed tho allowance of the company a quar
torly duc3, wero specially blessed (?) by eomo
of tho members.
AVho will succeed Susnnkn, in tho council
from tho second ward" Come gontlomcn,
imitato tho oxamplo of Captain Sandusky.
Tho contest for the city clerkship has waxed
exceedingly warm. There nro six nspirnnts
every ono of thorn qulto confidont that his
election Is sure.
Cant. Hill and Cant. Sntn T. Hambleton
were in tho city yesterday evening, both of
thorn behaviriL' in a very becoming mannor,
Tho Illinois Contrul cattle pons aro again
1 with Tovna rattle. Tho cattlo are
npimrentlv. In n vory healthy condition.
"Wo hear it stated that a company of enter
prising gentlemen, who havo considerable
capital nt their command, proposo tho escnb-
IMimoiit of snln cattle vnrds in this city. Y o
nro not pnrtlculnrly ndvicd however.
Several now cases of the small pox nro re
ported in the negro settlement on tho upper
edge of town. This Is not to bo wondered at
however. The fllthv habits and surroundings
of many of theso people are of themselves
prolific breeders of pestilences.
A select company of young ladies and gen
tlomen will triji tho too fantastic in l'hilhar
moiiic Hall this oveniug.
Tho Council proceedings otllcinlly reported
will appear to-morrow.
.loo Arnold is In the Hold to contest for the
city mnrshulshlp. IIo will meet champions
worthy of his steel howercr.
Mr. K. T. Ho.s, nfter a protracted illnos,
died ut two o'clock Inst night, nt his residence I
in this city. Ho was n highly respected citi
zen. "Win. Klugo declines n candidncy for a seat
in tho council from tho fourth ward. Ho ,
thanks his friends, however, for tho friend
ship that suggested the call upon him.
An iiidejcndont military compnny is in tho
process of formation among our Irish fellow-
citizens, tho rnnks being already nearly full
to tho minimum. An ample supply of rnin-
nio muskets will bo obtained from the Into
A scurrilous attack upon tho editor of this
paper nppearod in tho Cuiro 'Times' this
morning, over tho signature of "Vindcx."
Hnvlng reason for believing that wo know
the author of tho article, we will tako occa
sion to say that at n proper time wo shall ex
tend to htm the attention hit attack calls for.
Mr. Geo. C. Eggleston will lecturo bofore.
tho Academy of Science this evening nt the
Athcneum. To those who know tho gentle
man, we need not boar the asturanc that the
lecture will be a scholarly and finished etfort.
He is n young geatkinan"of excellent acquire
ments, backed up by n rare fund of common
senio. A crowded house will bo sure to greet
him, fci.d all who attend will bo well enter
tair.od. The book of the public school library
about 400 volumes aro spread upon tho
counters of Messrs. Kockwcll it Co., tnd by
their vory nppcnraric? captlvato the nye of
th intellectual looker-on. Tbo selection Is
very choice, embracing the standard poets,
Itollim' History, "Wavorly Novels, American
Encvclopedia, Dickens complete, and a bun
dred other works, suited to all tuato and con
ditions. They will be neatly covered In ma-
nilla paper, and removed, us soon a may be,
to tho shelves of tho library room, in the
fourth ward school building.
1 lie trr
rand masquorado ball given by Sack-
berger and Koehler comes ofTthls evening in
Washington Hall. Tho home will be crowd
ed. The candidates will bo there mid a great
many renptctalle ladies and gentlemen will
actively participate In tho pleasures of tho
pr' da nnd dance. A splendid cotillion
bund has been hired, tho services of first clasn
prompters secured, and all other needful ar
rangements to itatiro harmony and success
havo been perfected. Thero will be room for
all, nnd entertainment for all. The managers
stand pledged to preserve tho strictest order,
and that all improper character.-, except tho
candidate, shall be rigorously excluded!
Como ono, come all "Is tho banner that hangs
from the outer wall."
Tho "carnival" this forenoon, held a. an in
troductory to the grand masquerade ball this
ovening, was productive of much sport along
tho entire lino of march. Tho exceedingly
incloinent weather prevented a largo turn out,
but what there wa, was good and decidedly
mirth provoking. The pair of maidens who,
with stove and cooking utensils, filled the reur
wagon, nnd furnished "rukes nnd wnfiles for
ull," created roars of laughter, which woro by
no menus quloUd by tho frequent supplies of
half-baked pm-cake which they flung from
their griddles into tho midst of tho crowd that
thronged tho struts, Tho new Gorman band
discoursed the mudc.
(Tho St. ChatlM Jlotarl, Monday, Kehrua
; 1 M"llnde, St U; T Hpenc.-r, U 3 Al
r.'W? 'nT'i ACowIe, N Y;
'II A Winter, riwr:
-Mri A (innily.Moi
K (1 llol.huu ii fain . Us-
II O Halt, Kyi
W W Hunt, Cincinnati.
Ii O Klaon, llo.ton,
J A Wln.lram, city:
A U l'jrmelrr, llln;
Wm C .Norloo, DuQiiolu;
J Thompson, Vanilulla;
T J Jewell, Mo IUCoj
Jan Forth, Kvansirlllc;
M Crown, lloaton;
J Itrynn, I'ltttburg;
I'ort I.Ut for the' Uoura cutllne
'I'll-.. ..,..1 mm i. f
r. i. i AimiVAtH.
Kit nliroun"!!? I0'"'1?'"" Wlllt?'
Kim JJrowu, bt. l.ouUj M.w Dutoko. N. O.:
sum j VP,'' i. " , 1 "mliary.'v eklfiu ig;
Hani J. llule.Cinciniutij lurlliiK. Wemiilila;
w"i " Tttllamun, Nualmlle.
. , I'la-AUTCUKS.
n li n , ' W 1 "''Ki Kani Ilrowu I.ouik
U.irlins. Ciui-lnna ; l.utnluarv. "
Jam j'";!'1!'' i 0 t Co a H MVinphlS
Jain J.Uule, Meinphu.
Tbo woathorcptitinues moist and intensoly
disagreeable. Alight, misty rain has been
falling, with but -alight Intermissions, alnco
last report, and onco or twlco a regular old
fashioned rain poured down for nbout flvo
minutes. Tho temperature is about G5 d'eg.
Tho Mississippi is swelling slowly nt St.
Louis from tho effects of a gradual melting of
snow. No riso or importance is roported
from any of tho Upper rivers, mid Ico is lloal-
inr? above St. Louis In tho Mississippi, ft small
noi l on nass nrr that city.
- fjill0 010 commonce(J fulling at Louisvlllo
on Sundny, but na it was rising at Cincinnati
on tho samo day, it must bo rising again nt
Louisville. Tho last report shows four feet
threo inches over the fnlls. It l stntlonnry nt
Pittsburg, with scant lx feet In tlio channel.
Horo tlio river nns risen icn incncs since
ltnoinr has not been finite so irood as for
somo days previous, but considerable freight
has been received and re-shipped.
Tlio JJeo wns still receiving freight to-tlav.
and wj) cannot givo.hor receipts until to-mor
Tho Tnl sinnn, Capt. JJIlIy Strontr. is tho
regular Cairo and Nnshvlllo packet this nvon
intr. landing freight and passengers at nil
landings on tho Cumberland rivor. Tho
Talisman is well officered nnd wo can cor
dially commend her to tho public.
UJio ouickstcp, dipt. Uoxtur, is tlio regu
lar Cairo nnd Kvansvlllo pntiket for this eve
ning. This fast and beautiful littlo side
wheeler is n deserved favorite.
Tho "Win. "White, dipt. Northern, leaves as
usual this evening for J'nducnh.
Tho Hollo St. Louis, Cnpt. Aleck Xoiglcr. is
tho regular packet for Memphis and interme
diate landings this evening.
The Mary Houston is duo from Louisville,
bound for Now Orleans this evening.
! JTKTUHN OF THE VKTEKANSI
SKIFF A; G'AVJ.OHD'S
For Tun .M'hta, Ktlirnary lUtli ami 1,'llh
Thn lari(t nraututlnn now hi ftxiati.nri.. V.uir
0.fa Cnineilian. the Mi;ni(i ent Uuartrtli Andy
McKee, the Orrat fcxitm nri-l Dnf.i Man; thr firan-l
Tnpplc Clog Dunoe. The Won.h iful I'aolheoptijiioti
lea .lovription of the fullowniK U-aUtiftil K-etie City
of lU-thli liAtni llirth.tilace of Chrint; Mount (V.ltirv
an.l the CrucilUion, Burinl Place of Ir.l llrroti, .Va-
foleon llen-wmir hi Army; weon an Kulc at M.
l.-lena. Solar Hrriitiiol lloinr. Mi.n m M.,nn
Arii-., inun icr. i.igmnuiK un.i ine re(K.
I-'nrmliiK Twi) Crrnt Show III Our.
A GUAM) FAMILY 3IATIM:i:
ON .WTt'ltDA V AnElt::ON. at 2 o'cl-k-. fr l.i,, .
an.J ehil.Iren. A-lmucon su .-rut to all Iwrt of thn
Price of A.lmiiun :). mti
Ili-urre.1 Hvtf .T1 c nt..
LOW cirrnim . ,
JOB OAVLOIll. General Aceat.
fl"llt . JuK.MACK.AilrerlliBi:Aifei.i.
rnMW nolieo hereby itlven that therx wil! l a
leial e)e.-tion del. I for the ri.i of etvctiosaa
Al'lertnan in the S-eond Wunl to fill tai rucuNey ooen
loneil By the reisnalion of Alhert ."Huku, on Tueo
itjy the 23.1 day of Kelnauy, ,, at theenia Uou
of the Arab in-eotniMiiy. on Oonimer-lal aretme, ot.
pomte Seventh treet.
Anil piiMi.-nuti. e aun cucn lUttl.ir.- will I a
tt-lal elettion heW fur thn tnirv.-.)f e I inn an Al-l.-rman
in the Thiril Word, to till th vunnuey oeea.
"ZV'f lh" rengnation of Jame. yn, nn Ttic. lar,
the 1 day of r ehruary, 1 V9. at the uv o of 11, ahaa
n,i' I"''1" m!f"tral, ivrtu rf WaAhiUK'-aaienue
Ilr order of the city council.
MM ' JOII.S , t;
I nr.l.K Rll.ri
Htainer HEl.l.UfiT. LOl'IK. JU-ialer.
ina.ter. will l.iri. Tlrii l-i- w.
IMi. i-earutry u, at ( o'clock.
C1IAH. T. HINDI:, AgenU
ItO AND MEMPHIS
The flno side-wheel steamer
U.W. HAMPTON ..Matter MAJ. I'AUL-....CIrl,
I.eavea Cairo for Memplil and all Intermediata load
ing" Kvcrjr Friday Kvenlnt; on arrival of (lie
Orders for autiplle tobeimn-haktilut CairoorMetii
phli promptly atiendi d lo aj din- ted. runux alon
the river and merchant in the two cities will nnd tho
Hatnbktoti to be u mutual U-ntiflt, and their itroiuKo
If rcipeclfully aollRlted.
Kor frenht, pa-Min-. or information apply on Imard
th wharfboata, or on Iho Hambleton. ft-lMtf
QAIEO AND PADUCAH
The light draught patn'njjer Steamer
It. Y. NOIITIIKIIN........- Iaier.
J. M. HKVKltLY Clerk.
W.ll make rcituler DAILY TKIIti Ulw-eu Cairo nml
Iadi ah, Icniim Cairo eery t rcninj; uudayn t--eepte.li
Tho White t-onniieU at IVt-lucah wilMhcNt-w Orleann
and Ohio railroad, and tho Cumberland and TViuii-.m-h
ror ireiyiii or pi-ne nnplv on Umr.l.or to
. J. IIL'CKI.KY, Anent,
JjtOll HAbK-A ;ood iture.lHxit, alielvnu; and
: eouiiti-r eompletf, nt a low lleure. Apply to
MMA' JNO. q. IIAItMA.N A CO.
I7MIU SAI.K Seventy lli..uainl mwed lath, nt 2
? per cent. en than thu maikut price.
febJdCt JI. H. HAItltKI.L.
"nOUND-A lady' I'nr Cane,
The .line can bo had
J by applying at the Cairo city nml yard
C. W. WHKKLKIt.
WAXTKU-AU'xnndcrCountv Orders, at 60 eta.
on tho dollar; lor all kinds or Lumber and Hull,
dern" Material. W, W. THOIINTON.
Oflicu of the Cairo City Kerry Company,
and Valley Kerry Company,
Cairo, Illinois. Kebrunry 2, 1M9.
Notice u hereby civen to thn Htnekl.olin.ra ..f .1...
alMjve named ooinpaniti, that nu nsncmmu-nt of u-
ici-n i iu ih.t cciu. iihiii nm capital hiopk inereor, linv
this day U-en made by thu Direotora, nml that the
.Stockholder aro required to pay tho kaiim at tho oltico
oi nu. ireasuror wiinin ten (0) uaya In. in tlio dale
hereof, 111 accordance with the by-law a of the compu-
"-" iiiui.vi ii, jiAi.i.ii. i , ot-rreiury.
A ClerByman, whllo residing 111 Boulli America as a
mUaionury, diBcnvered n nafe and nimplo remedy for
tho euro of Nervous Weakness, ICarly Decay, l)isVnse.-i
of tlio Urinary and Seminal Orcain, and the w hole train
of diorders brought on by baneful and vicious habit..
(Ircat numbers havoboencured by this noble remedy.
Prompted by a doalro to benefit tlio nlllictcd and tin.
rorluuato, 1 will heiid tho rcclpo for preparing and
using thin medicino, In a scilcd envelope, to any ono
who nor-ds it, raKior iiiiHUK, A'blrt'&n,
JOSKl'H T. 1NMAN.
Station D, lliblo Home,
Jobl-dSm Ncvr Y rk city.
CAIRO TRAMirtH CO.
II INI) K,
FORWAIUHNU AM) COMMISSION
CAIRO TIC WSI j;iC COMI'AXY
CA 1 110 ILLINOIS.
Through 11) 11m of I.nillng
Available Point Ity Itnl
Klvru to all
OOHl'KCI.U, ATTENTION To I'imWAItW.NO.
TLANTIC AND MISSISSIPPI
S T i: A M S JI I I C O 31 I .1 X V
C0MPU0MLSK lil.Ni: KTKA3IKKS
rr u w oriLEAKra
TIIU HTKA.M KI1M
AV. It. AHTIIL'H ,
i.aiiv ;a v...
It L 'I'll
PAIM.VK ( AlllttH.l,
...(' UtTKH. Ma!er.
HI UK. Mtu.t r,
.... Willi K. Ma.i. r.
..... KYIKIKKN. M.v.ef
. f'OM.V. M.r.
oi.i vi-: iika.vcii
CONTl . KXTA I.
C'jtr. r ius all th tinet an-l largest Ihmi out of tK
One .f i'ii-ajc lincuf titni-r leave Care,
f'.r NVw UrleaiK every oilier ilay, eoniiKUi) al e
wiienua huh ran i.iue hi rieamera io
I.I v irjiool, Srr Vnrk, llimton, nml (ialrrt
r.wnKeM anil Hhij.ieM '-aa rely on one tJ tt.c?
Ixiiita leavinc Cairo imnciiullv m aloie. W I1 n,
inrtleular att.-ntion to all way freicht Mow Meinl.a
to New Orleane. CllAn. T. IlIMlK,
C.-ntriJ Aaenl, Crnro.
0!le. on Wharfl'Mt, lmte UnJ n
Kl. K. WoN, IWeiiKer an-l Ti let Aent.
Ullk-e, at Ht. Charlea Until.
jj EM 1'IIIS AND ST. LOUIS
s 'i' i: .t m i: it s.
1 c f . h i It. v 't.t"i thn L uc aa1 t
run in the follow mi; nr.Ier
.M. K. KtKHVTII....-....ZKIJ.KR. later,
M A It II I. K CITV ro.NWAT. Maler.
CITVOKAI.TII.V IIIOMIiN, la.te-
II K 1. 1. K ?I H?I I'lll.H I UA N K. KuKt,
CITY OK CA1UO.. MAI.IN.Ma.ter
Prompt t(iilioi Mill U wm4 t aU le. ku
trutel he 'ar. of the lt-.
I'tv aid Tk Lei uittc ineMMMay whurf-Uoa:,
front o. aMowU lUaV.
CIIAb. T. IIIMiK, Oea-tml Ajreat
y.l. V. i-liwu.V, Ttckot Mt I War AiMit.
MEM THIS, WH1TK HIVKK AND
t'MTKI) -STATKf" MAIL LINK.
JOII.V II. UAVIS, ii'lf Memphi", Teane-.e-,
jf; Tho splentlid sido-whoel
LMCS l'ASSII.VCKK STKA3li:KS
3IAYI-l.iM'KI(. Ili:itCIAI, nml
I.IIIKItTV .o. !4,
Lfim Memphi. tnrj Tl'lMi.tr, Tlll'IW'AY ao I
HAll IU..VY, at '.pn. , fur M.ile Ititer. eonnerliDKa.
Inivall'o lllutrw il. ilu- M.-n,i.l,. mi I l.nUi ll, k ll
rl for Little itm-k ami llot Hprins. Time tionx
ieinpiim io I..IIH- lim a, 5 oour.
Krei?hl and l'etier ree(ptel oterliiea'.
I.inw at lower n.U- Uwu uv irfhrr role.
CHA. T. HlNliB. AReal, Onifo. !.
Olbtu ou Vtur.Uu:
oi'is, CAino and vicKsuriw;
f I1l.a Lft
Itl IIICO.V.. .,
.ILL I A
I. CM I. V A It V ,.
! Cairo C'.ine
up stream every SUNDAY and
TtK-DAY, anion l-.wii trip every T1IL1WDAY and
-SU MiA i, inak.ng l ..v eounectiou uith
Vlckaliurf; nml Iri lilliui Itallronil,
Mrlma nml .Mi rlillun Itallronil
.Vrvv Orleans, Jackson anil (.'rent oi tlurii
Threnuh reeHpf itlren to any and nil points on th
kii.I road., with I'.M-ket for Yaaoo llivet.
Sj.-ial alteiition Kticn to all way lwilnvs ljtwve
Cairo and VickaUint.
OilAS. T. HINDK, General Acent.
Otiku Oil WlUtf.lKMt
NSVIMaK AND CAIRO
tfT't-. Consisting of tho following
uAvssit.'SSjvSph'iulId Pusicii(rcr StcniiKYn :
M'OUCHKT Mntcr I KOWLKI! ..Clerk
Leave Cairo Sunday and Thursday nt 5 p.m.
DKXTEIt .blaster filtAMJIKlt Clerk
Leaves Cairo Tuesday and l-Vidny at S p.m.
HOWAltD Master WIllOllT. Clerk
Leaves Cairo WiMincsday nnd Haturdiiy nt S p.m.
Making all interiiieiliitlo landing', and' paying par
ticular attention to Packet Krelchts.
CHAS. T. HINDK, (Jcneral Agent,
Olllco on Wharf-boat.
JTA-SHVILLK AND CAIltO
Composed ot tlio followlnir
sn: a.iii:ics: '
81M3 Master UAIIPI.lt Clerk
Leaves Cairo every Bundny nt o p.m. .
STRONG Master KHAN Clcik
Leaves Cairo every Tuesday at 5 p.m.
HAHMON MoMer WKAVKIt Clcik
I.eatcs Calio every Friday at 6 p.m.
na-fipeclnlattenllciglven to way business lctneu
Cairo aud Naslnille.
tJIA?. T. HINDI:, General Aecn