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Time nf Arrival mid Ucpairtwre of Mulls.
(Cairo Post 0.11. 1'tliruary a, 1809 )
(Tlrno of closing.)
North (through... n.win.in.... j:u p.m.
North (way)..... .. Silip.m lliOOpin.
Mouth (throiicli'and i) 1:00 .m......ll;t0 p.m.
Houth (Memphis A Ii. ().),. j00n.ni 4.00 p.m.
Ohio Idler route- G:i) p.m GiOOp.m.
Mi"l.lppl lllver route,
Tnr(J.iJ! nnl Fridays... Ci00li.ni 7:00 p.m.
Charleston, Mo., Tuesdays
Thursdays A Saturday-11:00 n.m. .. .11:00 a.m.
Thnl.r-.. Ooose Island illlil
PantiiFe 6.00 p.m Fri. 7:0) n.m. Hat.
oino Hive route tlelmrls ci crvilay except Mondays
j. m.ukaham, i-.m.
For oyster, go to Louis Herbert nnd
euro somo of his Mobile .Shell Oysters.
Thu bargains given by Goldstlno & Uoson
ivr-'or in calicos, muslins, and all staple nrti
rlos in the drv goods line, is attracting the
attention of nil prudont lmycrs.tf
n iTkT Fi k k t! nitr.1! :
AVnterl wittjrll vntcrlll Great induce
jnentil bargains1 bargains 1 The stock of
clothing, furnishing good, boot, shoe, &c
Arc, which vn fvc(1,byStornhelincr,c Marx
from tho Into lire, will bo sold at 60 por cent
1 thnti cost, at their new phico of business,
Nn. 8t Ohio levee. Cull soon nnd secure bnV-
icninsi, m tho goods will bo sold nt n great sac
rifice, by order of th' underwriter.
.NOTICK TO TAX-l'AIKIlS.
Notice is bcroby given to the tax-payers of
Alexander county, Iilinoh that for tho pur
o of collecting tho tdnte, county, district,
f-'houl, tiiocial, pauper and court houso tnxc.s
1 ow duo for the war A. D. IriGd, 1 will bo in
mvofllco iu the citv of Cairo during tho
month of February, ouch day from 10 o'clock,
a.m. until -1 o clock p.m.
J will be at the storc-houso of M. 1). Gun-
tiler, in Oooo Islnnd precinct, on Monday,
Man h 1st, 18C9.
At tho homo of Thrums Martin, os., in
Uog Tooth precinct, on Tucdiiy, March
Dated nt Cairo, 111., February 1, 1809.
i-i'n tl mul cx-OftlHo Collector of Alexjndcrrottiity,
Tho f uvcral cundidutos who propose to nub-
tnit their claims to the decision of tho primary
election will meet at the 'liiillctin' otllcu at
0 o'clock to-morrow, Thursday, evening to
nrranco for tho printing of ticket. Cnndl-
!at"- not iro.:iit nt tV nicotine, in person or
by proxy will bo Jiuld us not desiring their
t.anios to Lu printed on u general ticket. Ite-
MeiiiliiT 0 o'clock to-mtirrow evening.
The ilirnctnrs of the C.iiro and Ulandvllle
Turnpike rond company wet tho regular
monthly ostlmHte. Monday, and directed a
firiher proiecution of the work. AVo havo
r jW, on this end, about four miles and on tho
ther end about three miles of good road, nnd
money enough remuins to phire the interven
ing epan in a pur.-ablo condition, without de
lay. It is tho purpose to cut out "Willow
crcik, we uiulertand, o that our ferry boat
can pass up to the crossing of the road, during
high water, and thu greatly shorten tho laud
travel at the .ry souson when it It most do
ftlrnblo to do to. Thu directors apeak In tho
Ugliest Win of the work, as far us com
pleted. .Mr. Kxtlno Norton, a jirojierty-holder ami
at ono time u rcident of Cairo, bftramo tho
purchaser of the I'ii diu'.ih and Xew Orleans
railroad, on Monday last, on a bid $.'1.10,001.
U'ho road wa fold on a Judgment of the
United Static. The Pmliietili 'Herald' ex
presses the blcf that thu road has fallen into
friendly bund", and that it transfer will In
nugurnto a nuw era in tho railroad interests
Fred Theobald nnnour.coJ blm.elf as a can
didate for a sent in tho city council from tho
ilrstward. Fred is a very clover, active and
enterprising man, nnd will mako n faithful
"city fathor" should ho bo elected. He i tho
onlv oHiulidat" yet nnnouneed In that ward.
I'mler a stHpenslon of the rules, on thu Hth
inst. the hoiif) juiscl the amendment to tho
city charter. It only n-wU the lgnaturo of
tho governor now to become n Jaw.
Till: .VAMlAJIt'S CAsi;.
ftliior f .; i ( Jl'tltciii My attontlon
bn- l"'en callfU to xovonil par.igriiihs in thu
'Jlnllctin,' eoueerning the default entored
HiTiibi-t tho rity in the mandamus case, and 1
deem It proper to .tutu the facts relating to
Ut, the 211th of Junuary, before thu writ
v.n known In Snrlnglleld to Imvo been cervetl,
I l it .Springtield for Cairo, leaving thu man
damus case lu charge of .Milton Hav, sq., an
(.miner: and ublo lawyer, who had'beeil om
ployed by the city attorney to represent tho
city. On tho ilrt of Fobnmrv, onlv three
days nftur norvice of thu writ, in thu morning
beforo Mr. Hay had como into court, tulefault
ngulnit tho city wu. asked for bv the eoniuol
of Fox, Howard : Co., Vnd entered. In a
few minutes thereafter, Mr. Hay entered tin-
i t room, nnd H.. V. .I to M-t i.sldo the d".
fault. As soon as the facts were presumed to
t' co-.irt. the default was set a.ide, and tl
en will liotriwl on its meriK As far as I
krow there bun beep no delinquency on the
part of jiny of the attorneys retained bv tl. i
city. On tho contrary there has been tho
m-U diligent nndjuiixtoiunttontioii given to
tli- cn. Tho temporary absence of .Mr. Hhv
from tho court room when tho default u i'.
taken. ws not negligence. Ho had no rc,u
to bellevo tho ciue would bo called up in his
ithout referring to tho attorneys of i!
city, who nru known to your readers, I m . .
properly say that ip lawyer in tho state .
moro competent thai. Mr. Hay to reprint
tl". nty in tins ciH.. Jtospectfullyi
fcpringlield, Feb. Ktiif lH0t.
Tho paragraphs charging "dolinquen. ,
eomowhoro" wore written under tho bell-V
that tho default in tho caso was not chari.
to :.iglooton the part of our homo attorn. .
)x-euus they tiro not only professionally bai
persoimlly Intortod iu tho issue. Further
more, we wero advised that ut tho tlmo of C, .
inking or the default, tho Cairo nttornovs . . .
ployed In behidf of tho city, woro nut
Hprlng-nohl. TUu belief being goneral,
over, that th defauit WttS the fruit of ne
genco In omo quarter, we published tho p
ugrnplu iu quo.tion, fcr Uio solo purpo.c .
drawing out nn explanation. Having uchiovf,
that end wo drop thu subject entirely a'
AVo regret to learn that Mr. .John Q. Hnr
tniui, our circuit clerk, contimii s serlouth- il1
Ho 1ms been conllncd to his room fovcral
weeks and has no prospect of immediate re
covcry. During bis illness tho business of
hlsotlleois undor tho olllcient cob t ml of A
J I. Irvln, Esq.
A stranger who came in on tho Talisman,
yesterday, visited a negro family near the
custom house, and whs drlron out by an Infu
riated wench to whom ho bad mado insulting
Thu books of tho public school library havo
been placed in tho hands of thu binder and
will receivo n substantial manilla paper cov
er before thev arc placed on tho shelves for
AVo snw ono of tho candidates yesterday,
olcctionecrinir with n three callon bucket of
beer. It will bo bard to beat that man.
The "do-ill" between Marshal Halle, of Co
lumbiis, nnd Marshal Hognn, of Cairo, is yet
to bo tought. Hallo denounced Hognn as be.
ing "entlrolv beneath tho notice of n gentle
man" and then straightway challenged him.
AVo have engaged nn 8,000 gallon mesh tub
to hold the blood, under tho ilrm conviction
that these hostllo gentlemen will 1111 it.
The $5,000 Cairo bond repudiated by tho
council Monday night, is owned by a gentle
man residing in Pennsylvania.
Tho Cairo Vublic Miool Library Associa
tion will ask for a special net of incorporation
from tho legislature now in so.tlon. Our
Messrs. Munn and Casey will oblige "many
voter" bv pushing the measure through,
speedily, u nn early organization under it, Is
Tho now Gorman bnnd consists of ten mom
bers, three of whom were exports at tho be
ginning. The new membors arc making
marvelous progress, coming In on the "tat
tat tnttnttatl" with the skill of six months,
instead of ten-day tootists.
Tho price of Joe Uarbiorro's well written
and highly entertaining 100 pago book, out!
tied "scraps from tho prison table" has been
reduced to .l,r.O being a reduction of $1,00
call at liockwell & Co. or Hunnoiin and ex
amine a copy.
Tho near upproach of tho election miihcs
free whisky plentiful, and tho free whisky is
hnving the ollect of ovor-runnlng us with
people from Shawnoetown fi l'aducah. If tho
election wore put oil' n week longer, tho Inst
man would bo drawn hero from both of thoi-o
o navo lieard several republicans of tho
city nvow their purple to support .hulgo A.
M. Jirown, of ruhiski count v, for the circuit
judgeship. Theio same men acknowledge tho
abilities of Judge .Slomi to bo greatly superior
to those of either MeKoalg or llrown, but
they can't go outsldo of their party !
11. A. Hauiioii lias received his valentines
funny, fancy, delicate, beautiful, co-tly, umg-
nlllccut nnd gorgeous ones.
Tho weather was exceedingly Inclement
last night, but u mtHuleiU number of young
ladios and gentlemen to form u plomant dun
dug party, braved it long enough to reach
I'hllhnrmonio Hall, where they enjoyed them
selves lu Hue style o said, ut all events.
l'laut your simile treus and transplant your
shrubbery &c, while the fmt U out of the
ground. The prevailing weather is mo-t aus
picious for such work.
Tin: .uasoi:kii.u)k ham, last xwht.
AVashlngton Hall was tho scene of unusual
gaiety last night, thu long night through. La
dles and gentlemen, masked and costumed,
gavo zest and variety to one of tho largest
and most successful balls ever given in Cairo.
Tho Tumors woro thero in large numbers,
nnd thu candidates wero on hand also, despite
tho rules excluding Improper characters. The
total turnout 111 led the house, not to excels,
but just full enough to allow of a freu exer- j
cie of thu "fantiictio toe" of tho many who
joined in tho dance. AVhen wo sav that Cra
mer & Witttg furnished thu music wo needn't
add another word. Thoir band Is recognized
us one of the best iu HlIiioU. At tho proper
time "minu ho-t," John School, spread a
sumptuous supper, gotten up In tho most ar
tistic style, of which thu crowd partook with
a keen relish. Tho dancu went on, and tho
Minnd of mmie and revelry was heard far
along iu the hours of the morning.
Tho whole utl'alr paed oil" mt pleasantly,
and to thu tlsfMCtlon of tho proprietor and
guets ullko proving most conclusively that
John Jsaokbergur mid John Koehler know ox
uctly how to proprietor u ball in Cairo; how
to get out tho people, and how to entertain
them after they get thoui out. Thoir carnival
and masquerade ball, held on tho eve of Fast
nccht, will long bo it green pot in tho memory
of all who participated jn iu varied fcstivitlcH
tiik u:nrui:' last .nk.iit.
Tho llfth lecturu of thu sorius advertised by
thu Cairo academy of liclenco was dulivored
last night, leforo a highly repectablo uudi
unco, by Mr. Geo. C. Kggleston. Tho lectu
rer selected "poetry" as his subject, ami con
trusted thu gonulnu article that outers the
heart and forms tlmroin lt picture of joy and
woo, with the current "Jingle" thnt tralns nt
a rhyme and acr!lloc sensu at tho altar of
sound. Ho showed an intimato familiarity
with distinguished authors, complimenting in
tho highest terms the productions of Owou
Morudith, and giving special precedence to
that wrltur's "Lucille" as a mine of poetry,
full of tho most absorbing melody, Ho ro
cognized n truo pootry iu the writings of
Dickens, and fortilled tho justness of his con
ception in this regard by plucing tho writings
of Miss Evuns In Juxtnposition therewith.
Tho audience gavo tho lecturer u highly
complimentary hearing, nnd if any ono loft
without u sharpened power of discrimination
touching tho subject treated, thnt party lacked
tho capacity to understand, or went to sleop
one or tho other, cortaln.
Thoru will bo a grand cotillion party ut
Coyno's ball nlloy this evening. A fine cotil
lion bund has been engaged, nnd tho munu
gors fctnnd pledged to preserve 0'ood order,
and to exclude all objeetionablo characters.
A gonoral Invitation is extended. Tho nlloy
is in flno order, presenting tho largest and
List lloor for daneiug in tho city. It
O. T. Yeargor & Co, havo romovod their
uslltting establishment from tho comer of
th nnd Loveo streets to coi ..or 6f Eighth
I i.vl Commercial in tho Perry Houso.
Aconmed mod Ing. f
Cnlro, 111 , Feb., 8, 18C9.
'Present, hit honor the mayor and Aldermen
Af tcTfCnrroiyilison, J,9nr, ieipy, jrwiicn
liouse, Susankn and Vincent 8.
1110 committoo nppolnccd to report on tho
bld for past duo bonds, under oruinnnco i0
nnd to inqulro into tho legnllly of a $6,000
bond issued to tho Cairo &St. Louis ltndrond
made tho report, nnd presented a communica-
tionj from the city nttorncy, stating, thnt, in
his opinion, the issuing of tho bond "wns un
authorized, it not htivlng been Issued for a
tuirnosu within thu scono nnd Intent of tho
J" I ---
powers granted by tho city charter.
On motion of Aldurmnn llittenhouso tho
rennrl wns received and ordered on lllo.
Aldcrmnn Arter presented tho following
resolution, which was auopieu.
Unsolved. Hv tho citv council of tho city
of-Cairo, thnt tho citv treasurer bo, nnd
It liornbv Instructed not to pny any
moro interest on the llvo thosand dollar city
bond issued to tho Cairo &M. Louis rallrond
company, jiursuant to ordinance No. 2, np
uroved Xnrll 4. 1BC0. until otherwise ordered
liv the r.ltv council.
Tho comptroller stated thnt ho lind In Jils
i)oic.,sion sixtv-ono $1,000 0 per cent. JO year
Alderman Uellly offered tho following res
Uixolvnd. Tlint a committee of three, In
conjunction with the comptroller, bo author!-
. 1 . . ft .1. .!-... ...... w linh.t, t,l
zeu 10 uesirov nil mo miriv jmi
Mio hands of" tho citv comptroller, nnd report
in the next regular or call meeting.
The niavor appointed aldermen Kitten-
hou.e, Iteilly nnd Cnrroll ns said committee.
Tho clerk read thu bids on past duo city
Alderman Carroll presented the following
Kcsolved bv' tho city council of
the citv of Cairo, That tho bid of thu 1- irst
'ntiorial bank for $200 10 per cent, past due
bonds nt 00 ci-nts, and the bid of tho City
National bank for $3.10 of 0 per cent, pnst
duo city bonds at 85 cent, in purstinnce of
ordinance "5, bo nccccpted.
Tho nves nnd naves being cnlled, tho reso
lution was adopted" by the following vote:
Aves Arter. Cnrroll. Gibon, Lohr, Keil-
lv, Ititteiihous-j, Suspnkiinnd Vincent. 8.
" f -x.-
Horid of John H. Oberly & Co., was re
ceived find ordered on 111c.
The bill of F. G. Schtih, for medicines for
prisoners in city jail, amounting to $13,80,
nnd of the Sisters of tho Holy Croj, for at
tending' to smnll pox patients, $77,50, wore
allowed by tho following vote:
Ayes Arter, Carroll, Gibon, Lohr, ltellly,
lUttcnhouie, Susanka nnd A'incent 8.
Tho bill of Put. Collins health ofllcer, for
$12,50, wns allowed by tho following voto:
Aves Arter, Carroll, Gibson, Lohr, Kollly,
Snsnnka and A'incent C.
XnySArter nnd Hittonhoue 2.
The bill of F. ltellly, for sundries furnished
market master, $3,00 was allow cd by tho fol
Aves Arter, Gibson, Ihr, ltittonhouse,
Susanka and A'incent 0,
Nays Cnrroll 1.
Alditrmiui Hoiily excused from voting.
Tho bill of A. if. Irvln, Clerk of tho court
of coiiimou plea, for fees in criminal cases,
$150,00, wus, on motion of Alderman Arter,
laid mi tho table.
Tim comptroller presented n petition from
Mr. Sam Orr, asking nn abntemont on mon
eys and credits, which ho claims to have paid
taxes on In tho Stnto of Kentucky. On mo
tion the petition wns referred to Aldermen
Vincent, Lohr and Gibson for examination.
Alderman G!bon oflered thu following
resolution, which whs adopted:
Keo1vcd That from und after this dnto all
resolutions or motions granting pay to the
deferent flro companies of the city are heroby
Alderman Gibson oll'ered tho following res
olutions, which, on motion, were adopted:
Ilt&olccd. That From nnd after this date,
the best and most efllciont fire company shall
receive six hundred dollars yearly.
Tho second best compnny snnll rseolvo
four hundred dollars yearly.
The noxt best c:mpany Khali reclvo two
hundred dollnrs yearly, pnyablo In quarterly
Hesolved, That tho mnyor appoint n stand
ing committee of four, ono from each ward,
to detormino and nward tho nbovo premium.
On motion adjourned.
Joiix 1. Faoix, City Clerk.
(Tlic St. Clmrli's Hotel, Tin-duy, Krlirunry 9.)
i A Miller. Ky,
J II Krwlio, ft I,oii(;
V II C'hiinii!in, (Vntrnlln;
Ii Coaow-r, HI.:
W IWinriti.-M, Ky.;
Mi. A (.union, K)
I, Katnn, III.;
J ou'tmi'. Mciiipln-;
I", lieu o l, PiuIiiidIi,
M A Ktuii,firnti'l Tower,
W It Valine, Ky.;
It II Wlntny, Imllaun.
j a (iiiin, my;
W O htunji.oii, Cliiciiinuti;
a r. Hiin", Ky.;
w 11 Klcstmi, Ciiu'inuuti;
(i MaslnncyiT, "
I N Rllnon, Kv.j
I, Cr.uner, I'a'fiU'nli;
K It 1'iikIi, city;
1, 1) MuyiT, Oiitralia;
a V Phlllijx, citiciniiAll;
Port I.lal fur llir Hi Hours riiillni;
Ttm u'rliivk, 1. ?1.
(a. An'liTn Ciluui.; Wm. While, P.nlnciili;
I. .,..() I. .11, .N. ().. Ahnn, Cinciliii.it,
Itii'liiiioa l. ' (julckxtop, i:MiiHMlti';
I,oni;Hortli, ' " Mry Jlmixtuu, i.oiiivlllc;
l.comila", " " r
(en. Aii'lcrnou. (-i.luni,; Wjn. White, Pu'lueali;
Annu, hi, l.oiiln; llichiiMiml, LouUiille;
I.iMiil (illl.Ht, I.OMIIHortli,
M.iry Iliiusluii, ,, o,; ()tilektei, Kvamtville;
Hi e nil'! ImrK , " " TulUiiian, Nashville.
Tho woather U u Httlo more endurablo than
nt lust report. Thu rain conscd last night,
and tho sun was seen occasionally this morn
ing. The temperature is very pleasant, und
if tho sun could huvu ono day s "steady look"
ut our sidewalks, tho mud would become
ashamed of itself and rotlre.
Thu Mississippi i8 gftin fulling nt St. Louis
but reported rams ubovo thnt city will not
allow it to full far onough to hurt anything.
Tho Ohio is falling at Cincinnati nnd Lou
isville, and stationary nt Tittsburg, with five
feet largo to the latter point On tho falls
thoro Is six feot six inches water.
Tho Cumberland Is again falling, with llvo
foot on Harpeth Shoals.
Hero tho river has rlson twelvo Inches du
ring the .past twenty-four hours. Unless
other rises than thosonow coining, should oc
cur, wo will have only nbout eighteen inches
more water hero.
Business wus fair yestorday, but vory dull
to-day, as no boats had recoived or discharged
any freight since last night.
The Lizzie GiU dischurgod horo 300 cattle,
141 hides, 41 hhds sugar, 75 bbls molasses, 25
bides of moss, 30 bbls rice, 18 casks cocoa
nuts, 80 sacks coffee, 17 pkgs sundries, for
Cairo Chlciigo and Oumbcrlund Jtlvor.
The Quickstep brought 74 bbls potutcos, 45
pkgs sundries, for Cairo, 50 bbls meal nnd n
lot furniture for "leshlpmcnt south.
Tho IMchmond dlgcliarged hero ICO bdls
gunnies nnd 10 bag! colfee.
Tho Cumberland, Cnpt. Bon. Howard,
clerks. Hunter nnd AYrlght, is tho regular
Cnlro nnd Evansvillo packet mis evening,
i The AVm. AVhite, Cnpt. Northern, clerk
Johnnv Uoycrlv. Is tho rogulnr Uniro nnd
Fnducnh Packet this evening.
Tho mntrnlflcont Ttuth. Cant. U. U.Fegrnm.
is advertised for Tiow Orleans nnd nil wny
points this evening. Tho Kuth is ono of tho
finest steamers over built for tho westorn
wnters, and is officered by enreful nnd expo
rioncod boatmen. No worda of commonda
tion which we linvo over heard in connection
with tho lluth aud hergentlcmnnly commnud-
er, nro loo strong.
Tho fulls nt Louisville arc to bo dnmmcd
nt both tho tumor nnd lower ends. Consider.
ing these dnms. nnd tho dnms which thev nnd
the bridge plors forco from thosteamboatinen
gcnernlly, wo know of no plnce so completely
Klflv-lr nerejt nf Mint mIt tnU., tw.rih l, ...... I
city, in rulnslcl c ounty, Illinois, three nilleit east of
sum liiiijtPi .Miwtes miprnreo mnu umlerKiotl fence.
nn orclinrdof loo tipple, trees, kooI fruit, four tuxri
nrnT-jiinmg pjirina ne on inn ron'i hwit.s Irom
Cnleilonla to ViIIa llldirc.
A Pnrirnlti van tin ImiY In tin. nlu, iirntnt
plied fur to me tit nn early ilav.
, . . .. .MA II V A. WALI.ACI,
fehlOilliT Peventh treet, nenr Wash. Av.
JKTUltN OF THE VKTK15ANSI
SKIFF & UAYI.ORD'.s
FnrTwo NlKlili,lrlirunry lUtlinmt Kith
The Inruest oriraniuiion nuu in exiatenre. Knur
Or-rn Uomrdlaiis, tho MAKnincent On.irlittr; Andy
MeKee, the OreAt hunsand Hunt Ainu; the firnnd
tle CIol' lhtuee. The Wonileifnl Pniitlieniitiinnii.
Ion lewrlitrnn of the foiifiwinj; Unutifuls(-ini-s : City
of Ilethlch.im; lllrth-jilAco of Christ; Mount Cfthnry
nnd the (."rueltlxlon. burial Plrn-v uf Lord llyruii; Na
H!eon Itevlen inir hi Arnir; polenn an Kxllf ft.
U'len.V Soldier' llrmm hi Home: fhni n( S. Sinrm
Aru-, Thunder, I.iuhluiuxnnd the Wreck.
Fiii-mliiR Tsso (Jrriit Sltosss In Our.
;vtAM pamTly matij:i:
ONHATl'ltllAr AFTKHNOON. t 2 o'clo. k. for Ixlu.
nnd children. Admission ail cent to nil p.rl of the
l'rlee of AdiuU'lun
i n lit-.
LOW (JATI.OllK, MsniiK'T.
f.lC.llt JUi: MACK, Ailrcrlisin Agrlit.
PnMIe imtlce l herehy Kirn that I litre uitl m a
spi-f-lnl rUvtlnn hs-lit fur the ptlrpo-e of s lwtiutt isj,
Alderumn in the N-euml Wiirdto till therneaueyini-n
nlonel ly the re.-lk'tiitllon of APrt nu-ntikn, on Tur
day the svl dny of Fehniary, ls, nt theenionn hou
of thn Arnb Klrecompsny, on Coiiituervml uieiiue, op
hiic. N'sruth htrefi.
And pulillenotir.sft!.oB,i'n thnt there will I a
pecul election held for thu pur"e of elet l.r.- tin A-
iieruiaii in uie mini nnpi, in nil me Turnrx-y ore.
(iloned hv the ren;n.itlon of Jatnen lljnn, un Tuesday.
theSM day of Ft t.rilsrr, IS.V, at the uttk e II. bl..,.
nesny, jMiliro liiaitlstrate, i-
eornrr of WmhlriKtou avenue
niM iM.'iiiu sireei.
lit order of the rltr roiineil.
Mt-id JOHN P. t'ACIN, City (Scrk.
Thn tl rm of I'.irker X I'lilllij., ha. this dur l-en di
hed hy mutual consent. Iiyns T. P.srkaf Is milhur
I ml lo reeeiiunll motile due, nnd piy nil the indelrf--.lne
of (lie firm. II. T. 1'AltKK.Il,
Kel,, , IstfJ-dlis TIIOS II. PHILLIP.-.
jQ VAS T. PA It K Kit,
(Hncrrsaor tol'urktr A. 1'lillllj).,)
(iK.NKKAL ( OM.MISSIO.N MKIlt'HAXT i
And dealer in
Hay, Corn, OiiIn iiikI lira it,
Xo. "2 Ohio Leree,
Cairo - - - IJJtlxxoiiw.
JJIOIt NKV OltLKAN.S.
Steamer Itl'TH. 1 it?rm. tiiAktsvr. will
1uto 'ttlro TiUH KVKMNfi, Kfhruury
V, al C o'clM;k.
QA1KO AND MEMPHIS
Tho fine sidc-wheol stenmer
ir.V.l.MITO.N..Malvr I MAJ. lUl'l...... .Clerk.
Leaves Cnlro for Memplils and nil luteriuehnt land-
Kvrry Frlila) KvrnliiB on nrrlvnl nf the
Orders for utiutilles to 1 Mirolmsed at Cniroor Mem
phis proniitly utiendcl to n.s dlrwted. Planters iilong
tlie rner and inereli.iiits in the two cities will tlnd the
HniuMctoiitohoii mutual U'liollt, mid the.r jairi.i.i;i
Is resixvtfully nolie.ltcd.
For froiulil, iia-rsge, or Infurination iiiuilv on )ird
the uharflMnt", or on the llaiiuilrtoii. fol.' ltf
QAIKO AND PADUCAH
The liirht ilniuulit isenirer rlcfliner
it. V. NOIITIIEUN - ..Mu!.t.
J. M. HKVKltLV.. Clerk
Will make remiler KAILV mil's Mween Culm nnd
l'ndlieah. Ic:i inif Cnlro eicrv evenlni (hninlm. ex.
et'ptcd) t tiU'oV(M'l,
The Whlliu-ounett. ut P.iduenh wlt'l the New Orlcnns
nud Ohio railroad, und IheCuittU'rluiidund Tt iiuestt'O
rorireiui or jnnm. niijuv on noam.or in
J, Hl'CKLKV, Aui iit,
X countera coml('ie,iit ulowtlKUre,
lire. Aim v In
JNO. Q. HAIiMAN A CO,
XTrANTKn-AlixiindrrComiiv Orders, lit to eta.
T T on tuciioiiar, lornu Kinus oi j.umiier nun nun.
W. W. THOIINTON.
OBlee of the Cairo City Ferry Company,
und Valley Ferry Couiiiauy,
Cairo, Illinois, KcLriiary 2, lfi'O,
Notion Is herchy nlven to thn Htoukhohfer of tho
nlm named eoiiuatiles. thatnn nssesinpnl nf ix
tufii (ID) per cent, tijiouthii copltul stuck thereof, has
this day hern imulo hy tho Directors, nnd that the
Stockholder areroipilred to pay the nuiio nt the ollleo
of tho treasurer within , ten (10) ilayH from the dnto
nrteui, iii ni'vornniieo Willi me uy.
nies THOMAS W. HAL
laws of tho eomua-
A Clergyman, whllu residing In Scuth Amerii'n as u
missionary, discovered n sufu nnd slinpln remedy fur
tho euro of Nervous Weakness, Karly Decay, Diseases
of tho Urinary and Seminal Organs, nnd (he Niole train
of disorders drought en hy Uinoful and vicious habits,
Orent numbers havo been cured hy tills noblo remedy.
Prompted hy a desire to benefit tho nllllctcd and un.
fortunate, 1 will send Iho reclpo for preparing and
using this meditiuo, In a sealed envelope, to nny ono
who needs It, rant or ciuau. Address,
JOffKI'H T. INMAN,
, , , , Station D. Illblo House.
febl-03m Kow York City.
QUAH. T. HINDU,
FOmVAHMXU" A COMMISSION
: AlltO Tit ASI Jilt COMPANY
TliroiiL'li Hills of I.nilliiK srlven to all
Avulluhle I'uliit hy Hull or Water.
mrsi-nciAi, atti:ntiok to kouwaudino.
TLANTIC AND MISSISSIPPI
S T K A .11 S II I C O -II V A X Y
co.mpho.mlsi: lixi: sn:A.Mi:K.s
3sT 33 "VST OB.Xi33 ANS
AV. It. AltrilL'It s'AItTKlt. M.nter,
I.ADV t;,VY lintK, Mnter,
lltJ'I'll PWillAM, Jltr,
I'Al l,l.i; f.-AIlUOI,!, WHITK. Mnsler,
IIIS.MAHUK KNTItlKKN, Mi'ter
M'..IK OII.I. -liNKII., Master,
COMMUNWr.AIril nj.M.T, Ma.ltr,
i;o.ti. k.ta i. .onKr..Noroii jutt'r
( otnpf. sing nil the tlnest nnd Urnl Umtsoutof Ht.
Oneof tlieiiljoio linoof stenuiers will lente rn m
for New Orleans ewy other day, lonneeting nt
Orleaiis with (kian Line of gtcuiucr to
Liverpool, Xtw Vnrk. Itnsloii, nmt Umlrt-
l.i.nin. nnd ShliitierK nan relr on one of the.-e
iat Iwvini! (niro punelllally " nUire. Will pi,'
iarlieulriienti n to all way frflishtsMow Mciiiph
lo New orleiiti. -v . CIIIAS.T. niNWK,
tionerni a Kent, usini
ix ,1" I . - n . ih.UL. t.M.lii.
, MUiT .1 JIM il-..., t .rv
III). K. SISiHJN, l'"enitr nnd Tiket Aitent,
. Ul tL- ..-1 . II.. a.. I
K.MPHIS AND ST. LOUIS
.frT LINK OK
JriZ H T i: A 5! K It S.
Tli.f..llou;iik:Ilts"ini' thu Line nnd w t V
run tn the follow ns order
.11. K. IKOlisYTII..... WW '! s .,
.llAllllI.i: CITV CdNWAT. M!r,
ITYOI--AI.TO.NV .'fllOMIWN. Mnstf,
HKI.I.V. JIKMIMI1S ..CltANK, Matter.
CITY OK CAIKO. MA1.I.V Muster
l'ri.iMr.lntteiiti'.n w It l- imi-l to all buine ii
IrM.t.wl fi. fhM Mirn fit lltettl Kwltil.
KfHKht nnd Ticket ortK e iu eoiiijuu) wlwrf.lXMt. r.
from of City NMfc.nnl ItaiiW.
CHAtf. T. III.MJK, (ienerol Aen .
KK. 1. SlKi). Tli kot and ltr
-AlKMPHIS, WIUTI! KIVKP. AND
1V1. I.ITTLK F.OCK
fMTKH-TATiy MAIL 1.1. N I-
JOII.V II. I.VV1S, Snil, Mciuphi", TennrsM
ASST". The splendid slde-wheel
JJtS2&& pas.si:x(;ki: stkamkhs
.SI A YKLOVi'Klt. CO.M.MKKCIAI. tsiul
LeAVe Meinidiis crery Tfl.Y, TIUItoliAV SO I
KlTt'IlMY, nf '. p m , for White litier, connertlnit
lUnnll's lllutl With the Memthl mid Little Itork IUi
road fur Little 1U. k and Hot f prints. Time from
Mcmphta tu I.ittl Itock, Is !wir.
Krelithta and I'-teiiKurs res.ptel otrr the alore
Lino at lower rate tlutn anr nther route.
I'll AS. T. III.MlK. Asent, Cairo. III.
ome on Wllurrtl,
IT. LOUIS, CAIKO AND VICKSHUl.G
-jflcnf' Thn stilenlhl
rS I'a.s'sC'UKt'r Stcanu'r
Ill lllCO.V. ... IILAKi:. Ma.ter,
I. U.M1..IIV M LVKKll. .Master.
II. .tl.hllHKVK CAItTKIt, Mastvr.
Pnsstilro itoinir upstream eirry SUNDAY ail
Tl'K-DAV, nnd on down trip ctery TJIl'ILSDAT a
fcl'.NDAV, inakinKtl.'-ecnniU'etioii with
A'lt UsIiiu k mill .Mrrlillau Hnllroail,
Selinn ami .llrrldlnu Itallroad
New Orlfuiis, .1 nekton anil (Jrrut Xorlhorn
Through rweli.U mien to any nnd all points on tl.t
said roads, with Pa. KMs for Vhkh, Itiwr.
HmyIii1 nttetition uticii to nil ay hiitluesa t tw. si
Cnlro mid Viukslairi!-
CI I AS. T. 11INDK, Ocnond AKeiit.
otlii eon Whrfdi .
?VANSVILLK AND C'.UHO
, ffilt. Consisting of tho followinf;
aJsTftSiili'iiiliil l'lis'iijrcr Sli'iiiiit'r.s:
M0LCII1:t Mutter FOWLKIt ,.Clei
Leaves Ctilrn Sunday and Thursday at 5 p.m.
Ii:XTi'.K Master filtAMMKII ( let,-
Lenres Cairn Tuesday mid Friday at A p.m.
HOWAUD Master WIUOI1T clerk
LenvrN Cairo Wciluosday nud r.iturday at 3 p.m..
Maklni; all iiiteriuedintn Inmlilius, und pnyitiK p.ir
tleular iittefllloll to Packi t Frelulit..
CHAS. T. IIINDK, fieneral AKent,
ASH villi: AND CAIKO.
,ffr Conijiosed of tho followini:
SIM3 Master KAltl'KIt c0r!
Leaves Cairo every Pumlny nt 5 p.m.
tVntONd Master KOAN n,rj
Leaven Culro every Tuesday ut a p.m.
HAKMON..... Mooter nVEAYEH ..Clerk
Leaves Cairo ovcry Friday at a p.m,
-ripfolal attention glun to wny business Utvretn
Cairo and Anshville. '
,,,,, CHAS, T IIINDK, Oenornl Agen
dccil 'C3d oilioo ou Wlurluoat.