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ii'nim !.( u.Hcc l'hruryia; 1189 ) ' 'A
(Time of Cloiing.)
Worth (through..... mi..h
North (was ) p.m.....
3.on ii. m.
Mil 0 Ii nnd WAVl. 4:(M)a.m...
Hoiuh (McmphlsAN. O.).. 4;(Jn.m.... iM p.m
Ohio hirer route e:CWp.m.
Mississippi ii ht routr.j
Tueda) 'J Fridays... 0:00)1.111...
?1.ni.ufnn. Mil.. Tliearfnr
Thursdays A Hatu tdays.. 11:00 a.m. . . .1 1:00 n.m.
Thebes, Oooso Island und
SauUFe .. ... :0Op.mFri. 7:00 a.m. Hut.
'Oh olllvo route departs every day xcnjt Monday.
Charter Election, Tuesday-! February H3.
For flayer,, j- jt .
JOHN If. OHkUT,
r or v-iiy Aiieraey , .
LOUIS 1. BVTLMM.
Eor City TrtMrfrVt""
For City Clark,"
PATRICK MOCKLKK. ,
' ' .FotClty Marshal,
. . For Pollen Magistrate,
For Alilorraun First Ward.
For Pelect Council,
For Aldermen Second Ward. ' '
' JOII.V Vt. McKEK.
' .TOSKPIl MF.NDEL,
II. M. HULK IV, For Vacancy.
For Hrlcct Counrll.
"I. AV". HAIICLAY.
l'or Alilcimen Third Ward. . '
G. W. HK.VllUICICS, Vntimcy.
For Meet Council.
fi .'For Alduruini KourtliWaro
t JOSKPH I1HANKL1:.
' ' Ior Select Council.
LOUIS JOItHENSENV . ,
ForHMeet Council, from the City nt targe.
(.'. 1). U'JLI.IAMHON,
WI1.I.1.VN MA11TIN. .
Fir oysters,-fco to. LoUi. Htjrbert and pro
cure some if I114 .Mobile .Shell Oyster.'
Plant's garden seed, warranted to bo;
tho growth of 1 803, for sale by tvilllnm M.
Tho bargaiiui given by Goldstino &: llojen
water in calico!, muslins, and nil staple arti
cles in tliu dry goodi lino, is attracting the
rittintirm uf all prudent buyors.tf
11 1 . .
.Ilatrh CJniue of Alley Ilall.
O:. Sunday afternoon a grand four handed
mat .! gamo of ball, fir twenty dollars n side,
will :o playod in Coyno's Alloy, by four of
thu mot expurt players of tho city. Thoro
aro comfortable seat for upectators. Tho in
vita"'m to tlio public It gonoral. 2t.
At the .St. Charles liotel, immediately, Fomo
gooc, experienced first class girls, to fill posi-
tion-i as chambermaid, dining-room girl and
in th laundry. Those who can bring good
recommendations and aro not nfraid to work
will bo employed at good wges nnd prompt
pay. f 1 :it fj .1 k w ktt W 1 1.C0.V i: Co.
HIM.-: Ulltil UllKl!!
Water! watoril Mnlorlll Great indtico
melt'.! ItagaiiiHt bnrgairitl Tho look of
dol ing, furniiliiug gmxis, lmoU, shoe", Arc,
vV."'., whirli wan u aved by.Stornheimerit .Marx
f.ciin the lutu lire, will bo sold nt 50 pur cent,
lee than cost, nt their now plnco of busincs,
Ni 1. S t Ohio lovee. Call soon find securo bar
gnli.s ni the goodb will bo sold at ti great sac-riti-
. by order of the underwriter.
I net illnrlra.
Trie liberal rewards being oll'erod by
Messrs. SaiTurd, Morris & Canduo; fordircov
cry of some of tho ineendiarius who have
brought such ruin upon innocent familin, and
undue l.o to insuranco rompnnics, will
c,ortuinly effect notntthing. Tlioy oiler live
hutillr.vlnnd fifty dollars rownrd, through two
ndvortisomontr publUhud by us this ovoning,
for " further information " reijujctlng the
HroofMy 1 Ifir'f', and Januarys. 18G0.
This ronsiderublu sum will no doubt put de
tective upon u close lookout, and may, pol
t'ly, bring to thu mrfueo the man thutcau toll
the whole ntorv.
The titled Cuiaaacll.
The select 'ouucil, somotimos fiteotlounly
Cw diilnated "tho hutuo of lords," will bo
col' posed of ix mcmbors, ono from each
ward nud two from tlw city at largo. Mem
bi rn of this body must be white citizens, ovor
tsviiity-fivu years of age, the owner in fee
simple of ilfteen hundred dollar' worth of
real estate, and must live in thu city.
It has been usslgncd as a reason for thu
creutiou of lhl board, that tho affair of tho
city have boou complicated and embtrra.od
by hasty legislation j that the facilitie pro
vidid for quick legislation aro chargeable
with many Ill-advised and badly digoitod
ordumucu and resolutions. To guard
against this alleged evil the seleet council is
called into balng. Ordinances, ro.olutioiu,
or huaineas of uny character may origiuuto
with ( ithur board, but to gain binding force
or hg.d 0 fleet tlioy mut pass through both
hodie. In unduritoIriK this rotitin u it is run.
will 'roceivo closer
thought ami uwro rlirid investigation than
vould or could U bestowed by ono bodv
Tin two boards may meet at tho auiuu
hour, in v.l.Ui oventtho mayor, who is ox-c-aido
n member, prcsidos ovor the helect
t uiell; while an uldennun, designated for
i'H- j.urjioso, acts as chairman of the board of
axinrnicn. wnon mo seloct council U not in
e -i! 11 tho mayor presidos ovor the iinutin-.j
ti the alderinou. 0
A 1. fhee this aclcct council v, ill ml, v , ai
t ' nd claimod fir it remains to be toon,
' h I'xperimunt enlists, fortunately, tho nr
fitc of tixof tho most intolligont nnJ .
f.cal men in the city, and will, therefore, l.u
a thorough one. If U provo to bo tho 0110
lug ncoauu in tho legislative department of
J-.-w ver it rovoo mbero . , ' '
r iv ver, 1 provo 0 urr borso.ne, and servo to
j .fu,eand complicate mutter.,, the power
C mt created it can, two yoarshenr,, ,1,, !
The Knvnl Ke-iinlon.
Tho re-union of nnvnl ofllcors and seamen
of tho Into westorn flotilla, or Mississippi
(knundroii. lield In tills city yostordny. tiltlioimn
'not'ns IiiTkoIv iitlfcndod i3 thcr.o vus renson
boliovolt would bo, jmsrd oil' pluiimnlly nnd
Tho meeting was hold In tho Athenoitrti
half pji.t 10 o'clocjf, n.m Jnmcs Lnnlng, Into
acting voluntaor lloutonatlt, being called to
tho chair, and II. II. Oandeo, iato acting as-.
ilstnnt paymaster, tac as secretary.
Capt. Lnninc explained, nt some loncth.
tho object of tho mooting, oxprcsstng the grat-
iflcation he felt in tho p'ra-enco'of so niany of
his old comrades. .
Tho follSVring codo of principles, submitted
by Commodore Walkc, wero adopted, section
1st. This society g'hail bo entitled 'Tho Mis-
stsslnni Nuvv Union't
2d. Th s brgahlzatidn sall bo based upon
J . . . , a., .
doliveranco from tliedato war; thorwtorntion.
of peace: tho integrity of onr Union and tho
blessinpi of civil and religions liberty.
i 3d. Wo hold theso to bo our sacred prlncl-
America 1 , cSo d :
tain our national honor, union and indewond-
iwu la icBri-i;bM v ui uii juuiitni urocua ur jmr
ties; to disuourago whatever may tend to sub
vert tho samo or weaken our loyalty.
, 2d. To strengthen tho tics of fratornal fol
liwship and sympathy formod by our com
panionihip in arras, especially thoso of .this
association, and to extond all possiblo relief to
tnoirwmows nnu orpnan chliuron.
3d. To encourngo and maintain a sincoro
reconciliatfon with our uconlo of tho south-
tern states, and restore that confidence and ro
Igard so essential to tho wolfuro of our country.
A plan of ortrnnizntion was snbmitlod bv
jHo samo gentlemen and adopted, which, bo
lug lengthy nnd of no special intent to tl,e,
public wo omit. '
Tho commitl eo on nominations reported the
following otllcurs: Por commtinder, Jamoj
Laning, lato Act. Vol. Lieut.; vice-command
er, II. AValkoi.i'oinmodorc IT. S. recorder,
JI. JI, Candoo, Jato A. Ai iiavnuistor ; treasu
rer, J, W. Stewart, lato seaman; correspond
ent, H. AVoodrufT, naval station, Mound Citx-;
council, J. H. Fulton, lato Act. Chief J-Intr.;
fit. Frigan.a, navnl station. Mound Citv; J. I
House, snnio. Tho iioinlnations woro unani
mously concurred in.
Tiie preparation of hy-laws for tho govern
ment of tho Union, was oontldud to tho hands
of J. 15. Fulton nnd nnv five members ho
might select to did him.
Tho regular annual meetings nro fixed for
Mound City. Fobruary cth, that (lav beln;:
tho anniversary of tho grout naval nchfevt.-
merit at Fort Ilenrv.
Commodore Walke was charL'eU with the
duty of procuring tho design of u badgo and
diploma to bo submitted to tho noxt buslnou
mooting of tho Union,
The nowly elected olJieers woro resolved
into a committee to prepare nn address to tho
officers und sailors of tho lato MIssiMippi na
vy, inviting their co-operation.
A vote of thanks was tondored to Com.
Wnlke, Capt. Laning and the proprietor of
the Athnneutii, for favors nnd special assist
ance. Commodore Walko delivered u short, but
appropriate and pleasing closing nddrc-.
when tho Union adjourned to meet at Mound
City on tho 18th of March.
It i. provided in tho plan of organisation,
that a Grand Cornrnandory for tho State of
Illinois bo now established, with headquarters
at Mound City. Membership is of two kinds:
1st: The officers and men of good standing
who served in tho Wostern fiotillaor MUslssip
pi upmdron, or pursons on shore who render
,ttl eiticlent M'rviee'. 2nd: llonorury mem
'ber, gentlnmun in civil life, eonpiruou for
Thus a very broad and patriotic foundation
is prepared for tho upbuilding of tho Mii.
slppi Navy Union. Muy it by all that iti
mostjonrnest friends anticipate that it will
be providf-d that it tecr cloar of tho ipiag
mires of politics.
We briefly referred, on Wednesday, to
some of the horrors of tho Cairo calabooso,
but tlio pen of a Dickens or tho pencil of n
Raphuol could not picture all its noisomo and
revolting feature. It U not to bo wondered
at, therefore, that wo foil tdiort of tho reality.
Tho Jiust heinout offenses, punishablo by
city ordinance, do notiWrvo tlicpunhhmuiit
of confinement in that loathsome place. Hut
foul and pcstilontial as it is, tho Jailor must
live in tlio second story, subjected to all thu
odors of tobacco, whl.ky, filth, putrid sores,
and every component part of tho combination
ofemolij to which filthy, mi washed, and nl
inoat rotten negroes, drunkards and bawds
can givo ri.e. Thu prcsont Jailor, unwilling
to run his family Into tho jaws of death, by
an occupancy of tho upstairs rooms, is sub
Jocted to the expense of renting other quar
ters. His brother it. doing battle with thu
stink of the placo, but will achieve no victory
to boa.st of. Ho has grown prematurely gray,
and were lii. powers of endurance not of a su
perior order, his health would certainly givo
way to tho bud-smelling, nose-otlondlng forces
that aro constantly assailing it.
lhoro will bo a meeting of tho F.mrnot
(riiards fcomo tlmo noxt week, when any young
gentleman 01 respectable etunding may con
nett liimsolt with thut organization. Notice
of tlmo and placo will bo given in duo season
VaIIIII. f!.AnA I. t.......ll .I ... .1 I
umiji u.uikuu ia iiiMunr'i at me Miooina-
ker s trado, in tlio Jollet penitentiary. Wri
ting to a friend in Cairo ho says ''this i$ an
nwiui place; wu Hro locked up senaratelv
from Saturday until Monday, and march sin
gle nio to our meals. There are eleven hund
Wo hopy ThomiiH will como out the master
01 n good trado, and a better muster of him
ooerai mumbors of thu Hv. .in,.n. iirod.
ley b coimroirot on nunui.A .,,.4iu. .!.... m.,i.
l- itzgeralil, wo understand, to permit the
lllirmir tins nw
ernnil li.4l.:.e ... . 1 . ...
?n"rio" upying n position within
hearing distance on tho hldowalk As Diek
is in favor of the largest tUhI liberty it
1. ..1 .i. .,'".,0Ui iii'orty, it
is altogether probable that the prayer of tho
potitio'i wt.'l bo grunted.
a at 11
Jt was given dut yesterday thai nnowmndo
gr tvo linu been found under tliO.Jprgq clou Dip
liLlldlntr stnndiiiL' out hi "tho bottoms on trie
to cast sldo of Washington avenue, about Twon
ly-Hfth stroot. Suspicions of foul piny woro
begotten of.Uio discoyory, but concerning tno
at J murdbror, tho inurdcrcd, timo, occasion, etc.,
nil was mystery. A coroner s inquest Tvai
resolvod upon, as likoly to disclose something,
If It did nit tiAo a solution 6f tho wholo
matter. While this august tribunal was in
process of formation, the crowd became impa-
tieiU, and ;puihjnjvin(Testlgations,tHcbrtetl
thnf tho cofflii'wua nothing more or less than
a box fixed under the floor to hold potatoes I
Tho dirt that formed tho finish of tfie gravo
I Was thrown against tho box to protect its
Contents from freozine I ileetlnz tno mayor
on his return, wo asked him, very civilly, but
a.iniAwiht JnIAi.tnfu. wlm'ro ho had been.'
in(j h0 told us to co to thundor."
have, ntr.JntrTaW; concald' themselvesMr.
this box, and groaning most pitoously, crcatod
among passing negroes the firm conviction
that tho establUhment was haunted. Before
J the discovery of tho whys and wherefores, ft
negro would not have sle'pt under that roof a
""Bio n'gnV A' wealth of. Jonn, jacoD
On or about the 20th nronttilO. John C,
Nobio will commence tho publication of tho
'Herald' as a daily paner. Ho U ono of tho
"most oncrcotic newspaper men of our ac-
nimintancc. and he. butter than any other.
man, can dotofmfhotlic ability of Taducah to
sustain a dally paper. In whatevor enter
prise he may seo fit to cngai;o lie has our sin-
cerejt wisiies ror, nis success.
There is a bolter in town who is talking
!lbout aying thJ5, editor of the '1 ull.Ua.
in tho'strect, for the purpose of chopping him
into mince meat. This follow is almost as
sanguinary nsTaggart, nnd has threw us into
a fearful stato of tropidation. If ho ventures
to attack u, wo will read to him an extract
from ono of tho messugw of Mr. Wilson in
which that gentleman thanked God that the
(lav's of revolvers and slung shot had passed
awav In Cairo. Hands oil gentleman; and
A Note-Worthy Aelileremeiit.
The repairs on tho Great llopublic show the
presence among" us of master minds arid
skillful mechanics. When that boat was first
launched she fell oil tho ways, her great
weight breaking them down, nnd her hull was
"hogged" in such a mannor that sne was draw
ing twelvo inches moro water at bow and
stern than she drow amidships. There being
noways or docks ot Pittsburg of sufficient
strength to haul hor out of tho water again
to remedy thi.s dufoct, shu was finished in
that condition, leaving her main deck almost
strsght instoad of having the graceful curvo
so nocesjary to tho perfect symmetry of 0 hull.
This lins no doubt hurt her speed, and given
her that clumsy appearance for which she
has been noted. Capt. W. L. Hnmblcton,
proprietor of tho Mound City Marino ways,
lias now straightened out her hull, so that tho
graceful curvo Is restorod, and alio looks as
though a new hull had born built under hor.
Our fellow citizen, .1. T. Itcnnie, furnished
tho immense hog chains necessary to
hold the hull In its propor shape, nnd tho lob
Mr. Retinio's success In this case, coupled
with his great skill nnd excellent appliances
as a machinist, has secured for him tho con
tract for furnishing all the hog chains for the
new luat building by Mr. Hiimbleton at. Me
Port 1.1. t for the 'At Hour ciidliiir at
Two o'clock, P. M.
(len. Andi ro Colum.; Wm. White, Paducah:
iseiio 01 Aiion, u.i nTal Bapublic, M1. Cltyi
I.miimn. " City of Cairo, St. I.ouis:
Olive liwuch, " Armada, EranssillM;
riaihville, Naahvllloj Norman, "
Ren, Anderson. Colum.: Wm. Whit. I'adtiPHli;
'.i'!"."' JPllUc, Ht. Loui; Loulalana. lVuUillei
IMIh of Alton, City of Cairo, Momphia!
iiiireiiranvu, Norman, "
ll311''"'.""". N O,, Armada, ExainTillei
.Nahtllle, Naitmllo; Mlnneola, Cincinnati.
The weather continues clear nd beautiful.
Tho temperature in tho forenoon is cool and
bracing, while that of tho afternoon is not too
warm too be pleasant.
Tho Mississippi i rising slowly at St. Louis
and points above, at it also tho Missouri riv
er. No llood however ia reported, or even
expected until tho snow comes down from tho
mountains In May, and oven that may not be
serious unless the snow is carried otrsuddonlv
by rain. There is a strong probability that this
will not bu the caie, nnd that the pleasant
weather will gradually pielt tha anows and
send It down in installments.
Tho Ohio commenced rising again at Cin
cinnati to-day, after falling four feet. It is
falling rapidly nt Pimburg, and will there
fore only rise for about four days at Cincin
nati and Lousvillo. There is eight feet water
in the chute over tho falls, and twelve feot in
tho chunriol at Pittsburg. Uoro the river has
risen ten inched since, ,t report, and is now
rising more slowly.
Rtislness continue good, but not ho brisk
as at last report.
Two runaway bridal parties came down on
tlio Armada this trln mm from TCvnnavilln
and thu other from Hendorson, Ky. They
woro all married at Slmwneetown, and one
party came on to Cairo and returned on tho
Tlio amount of flour takon from hero by
tho Magenta should have road six thousand
barrels instead of six hundred, as tho printer
jiiadu it yesterday.
The Cairo and Nnthville packet lino is now
n daily ono sineu tl,0 addition of tho John
Lumsden. This flno now atoatnor, just com
ploted, and tho excellent steamers Nashville,
Tyrone and Talisman now compose tho line,
nud one of them will lenvo hero every day
about noon for Nushvlllo and all points on tlio
Cumberland river. The Talisman, Captain
Hilly .Strong, is the next regular packet, leav
The White, Capt. Northern, clorlc Jimmy
Huvorly, is the regular Cairo and Paducah
packet this ovoning,
Tho Quickstep, Capt. Dexter, clerks Oram
mar and I cnuington, h tho regular packet for
J'.vansvillu this evening.
Tho Rubicon, Capt. Hl.tke, is tho regular
packet for Vicksburg this ovoning.
Tho l.izzlo (Jill is the noxt regular packet
for New Orloan. leaving to-night or in tho
altogether I. spokon of ns ono deserving the Bunou, W&mwuusT
greatest praise. Capt. Hamblaton believes , , , 1B , . KiiANCi-s vit.
.1,.. i. ..1 it .'ii- 1 11 C ro, I II, Feb. 13, lK&J-td Adtninilrator, Ac
that tlio I.ejiublic will now bo one milo an 7 J
hour faster than ovur before. "VfOriCh.
ITno at. uiinnes Hotel, Thurmlny. Vobtunrv 13
iMI9 Kilwnnls, Olitrngo;
Tom Keunedy, indi
It A (!urr,or, Iowa,
J A Wlndram, city,
KJ Graham, Ht Louis,
1J Jtmntit v.
JM Miller, Santa Fc;
ii jowery, imi;
H Borcn, Caledonia; ,
Mr4 Often, Chicago!
.lolm Duck. '
O Lolnckn. Rvansvllln,
M lWone, city:
It a More, Columbus;
W P Kathhmie.. tlnl-nll.
K 4 M'dyurii, 'i enns
J I McCord, Pittsburg;
J O Hanto A lady, bt
JClianio A lady, Detroit:
A Hull, llli
M Hwann and lady, 111.
-alTmm- Htcamer ItUIllCON, HUkc, mastrr,
EriBBlKwIl pt. Cairn TII1.4 V.VI-'NlVn. Vt,
ruary 19. atTb'cloclc.- XJ CMA8..T. 11INDK. Al-ciiI.
FOK NEW ORLEANS.
Ewll UcaT Cairo THIS KVF.NlNo, Feb
o'clock. CH1S. T. HINDE. Agent.
niary it, at 6 o'clock,
airo And, Jcriiis -
nogUlMT Zf AOlSLOt. . ,t
jliio une aiuo-wncoi steamer
H.W.HAJlIIO.N...MaKter MAJ. I'AL'L..Clf rW(
Cairo for Memphis and Ml IntormHlalo land
,ry Fr.-Uy Kv.n,5 arr.v.l or she
Onlor(( forupl,nP, tobepiirchasp.lat L'alronrMom,
phis promptly attended to m tllreeted. n.tntors alone
the river nnd merchants (n tho two cities will Jlml tho
iiHiiiuiciuu ... iiiuiuu uvucik, nnu wieir raironnu
Fur freltht. na'parn. or rnfnrmstl6n hnnlv mi lnr.l
tne wnnix)ai,-oron mo immi eton. fewwtr
QAIRO ANDPADUCAn "
Tim llxht drnuicht passcneerfleainer
It. V. NOItTHKHN ..t.. -.Master.
J. M. IlEVKULT -..Clerk,
Will main renuler IUIIY TltllTi lietwien Cairo nnd
1'iviucaii. irarintr ;airo eierv eTeniiiL' nuava m
ceplvdl nt flvu o'clin'k.
the Whllpi)onnet nt I'ailuonh wit the New Orleans
nnil (lino railroad, nnd tho Cuinlorlnnd nnd Tcntii'ee
ror ireigm or pa..face nptiiv on Umr I, or to
, ... if.;. UCCKLEV.Aaiit,
Innildtf Ctilro. Illmoin.
TTWHl .SAIjK A tine tno'ttory Frame Houik-. mnt.
J; able for ilore or rnloon, w-th dwelling. Sllunted on
uommerciHl uteiiuo, belnceu tlftliteentli andMue-
teeniri Mrect'. A bargain can lie hail l autJv mir In
mn at an eariy ua y JAMtS i-.MlUNI.
TTOU IIK.T-Citlai:ewlth 9 roomi on Watluni:-
X ton ttTfiitie and Tenth street. Aptlyto
fehlMtf W. w! TIKIHS'TON.
-"""to Stan N - V - ,'-
WAMTKllAleiander County Order, ut 0(t
on th dollar, fornll kind of I.uimIxt mid lln.i.
dern' Materials. W. W. TilOHNTON.
Notice la herehr ciren that default havinir oceurred
In the bvrforiiiativn of the enndltions etlirried In a
eirtalu innrtKaKe or deed of truat, iueuted j QeorKe
ICelloKK to the Ilcveri'tid rieorge II. AIIuinuii, litrin(
date the luiilav of July, I'M, and duly reennfe,! in the
onrccoi tn iweonier m ieeu, in nnu iur.MCAunii.-r
county, In the State of Illinois, (n took "U, ' J(e 117,
Ac., aald mortt(je or dei-d of trust eonrejiiiK lot
nmnU-red eTenteen (17) nnd eiijhtren (Is, in blik
nutnered thirteen (13). in the city of f'niro, In aid
couotr and tstate. wr. the nndersli nwl. tlnu the duly
appointed admiuiitrators of aald.MUnnon.to mIioiii alc
mortage wai tnale, and who U now deceael, will,
on Friday, the fifth day of March Heat, A. I). Xtfit, at
lOo clookin the foreuoiu of thai day, under an I by
virtue nf tho ower of nulo contained In ald liiortKax
bidder for eaah, nt tho otliee bulldlnK bf theTnistee
ofthoCilroCity Property, at thecorncrof Wurilni;ton
asrnilunnu r.innteentn ireei, in r,iyoi ijjto, .11
aid county and Mate, the ahuro deorild lot or ri-al
ettate, to aatiofy the )tiroe and condition, of nnl
Notice l liendivuiTen that default liarine occurred
In the Hrfonnance of the condition! varuved in a
certain mortuan or Used of truat. cteeutcd by IVrry
Power to the liercrend ReorK II. Alhnon, LearuiK
datii tho 21st day nf November, A. l. 13, and duly
recordcU in the otfif e of tho Itecorder nf !leed In ami
for Alexander county, in the ftuto of lllinoi, in book
"K," pAH M, Ac., aaid inortjrajoor deedoftrint
coniejuiR lota numbered elaht (8) and nlnn (9), tn
block numwre. thirteen (13), tn tho city of Cairo, lu
said county and atate, we, the nnderalened, lMm! the
duly appointed ndinlnlMratoraofaaidAUiiuon.tuwhum
said mortgage was made, and who Is now deccaaed,
will, on Friday, the fifth day of March next, A. I), istv,
at lu o'clock in the forenoon of that day, under and by
ylrtueof tha power of sale contained In aaid mortgagx
or deed of truat, sell at public auction, to the hlgncat
hiilder forcaah, at the office building of the Truntee
of tha Cairo Cltr l'roimrtr. at the corner of WaahlnKton
avenue nnd Eighteenth street, In aaldcity of Cairo, in
aaid county and Btate, the above deaurlbrd lota or real
estate to satisfy the purpose and conditlona of iuld
mortgage or uccu 01
mortgage or deed of trunt. fiald properly ill bu aobl
, Feb. 13. ISOMd AdmtnlMralor. Ac
la heraby given that default having occurred in
the perforinanco of the condition expraaed 111 a cer
tain moruaga or datd of trut, executed by Joahut
l ushing, John Cuahing and Reorgo I . Cuahiug, to
Samuel Stoat Taylor and Kdln Parpona, Tru.lw
of the Cairo City Property, bearing date (ho 6th day
of May, 1SCI, and duly recorded in ihe ott.ee
ol the KecoMur of Deal, la and for Alexander
county, in the Male of Illioola, In Hook I.orUed,
on page &), Ac, a.nd mortgage or deed oflruatcon
veving lota numliered lx 16), acvui (7) and eight (6;,
In block numbered tifleeii (IS), la the drat addition to
the city of Cairo, In aaid county and atate, we, the
uadrsignl. aaid Truateea, will on Friday, thu Sth
day f Ma Tub next, A. i. Ui'J, at 10 o'clock in tha
lorelioon of that day, under and by vinue ol the
power of aate contained Id aaid Mortgage or deed of
trust, aell, at Public Auction, to the highet bidder,
for cah, at the otfloe building of aaid 'Iruatee, corner
of Wasringlori avenue and Kighteenthalreet, lu and
illy i t Cairo, in md county a .d rltate, the above
deeenbed real eU'e or lota of laud, to satiafy the
ourp'se aud condition of .aid mortgage or deed of
iruid, Haul iiroperty will be ao'd without redemption
and adod will Id uxesulod tn Ihe purchaser on auch
sale. H.hTAAT.S TAVI.OK,
Truatee of the Cairo City Property.
Piled. Cairo, III., February IS, m. did
Is hereby givon that default havlbg occurred iu the
performance of tho condition npiih.icd tn h curiam
mortgage or (Ue I of trust, executed bv Joshua Cuah.
lug, John Cuahing aud Oeorgo I', Cuslilng, to tianiuel
St.vats Taylor and Klwlu Panions, 'Iruvleet of the
Cairo City Property, bearing date the 30th day of
.ii men, nei.nim quit return tu ill me omce 01 me
Itecorder of Deeds In and for Alexander county, tn
the tilate of llliuom, in Hook P. of Deeds, on page AS,
Ac, aaid morlgagu or deed of trut conveyinK lot
nuiuuereu one (U, io i-jj, inree (a), rour (l) ami nve
(5), in block numbered fifteen (15), iu tho first addition
to the city of Cairo, in said county ami elite, wc, tho
undersigned, aaid Truatee, will 011 Krlday, the Sth
day of March next, A. I). 1SC9, at 10 o'clock in ihe fore
noon of that day, under and by virtue of tho power
of le contained lu said Mortgage or deed of trust,
aell, at Publlo Auction, to Ihe hiuhent bidder, for
ouh, at the oilico building of saliT Trustee, corner
of Washington awnuonud Eighteenth street, in aaid
city ol Cairo, in bald county and State, tlio
above described real estate or lot of land to a(Ufy
the purpose nnd conditlona of aaid mortgage or deed
oftrmd. Bald property will be old without todemp
tlou, nnd n derd will be e scouted to the purchaser on
such aalc. S. 8TAATU TAYI.OH,
Trustceaof tho Cairo City Property.
Dated, Cairo. III., February 12, lff9. dtd
A Clergyman, while residing in Kouth America as n
missionary, discovered a safe und simple remedy for
tho euro of Norvous Weakness, Early Decay, Diseases
of Ihe Urinary und Seminal Organs, nnd tho wholo train
of disorder brought on by baneful mid vicloua habits.
(Ireut numbers hasp, been cured by this noMu remedy,
Prompted by n desiroto benefit tho nflhctcd nnd tin
fortuuutv, I will tend the reolpo for preparing and
using this nu'dif ine, in a sealed envelope, to any onu
who necdsit, runt or ciuiiuk. Aildress,
Station D. Hibio Houc,
New York City.
lit. l II t')
caiiid TUAnma co.
w ii a ii r biVa t.
QHAS. T. JIINDK,
t i '
I'ORWAKWLNCi A1) COMMISSION
i. ' 1
CJAUtO ritA.NSFJJH COMFAN V
A- ' , tl
ThrniiKh nilla of Lading Rlvtn la nit",
Available I'olnta liyllnll or Water.
arSI'KCIAIi ATTENTION f O KOItWAHDlNO.
a O O TT JflC x
ijC TtAN'TiCND 'MISSISSIPPI
JA. ..See.- r - i ...
, .VOJUeUfiJUSh LINE SXKAME11S
3NT 33 W
O n Xj B A. TJ IB
T1IK HTKAMKUS . 1"
. t . ,. .. .4..,: t i
W. It. AHTlIL'Jt. ( -AUTEIt,'Mater, 1 '
I.AIJV AY...........lU)!tK; Master,
HUTU ......PKdltAM. Master,
IMUI.IXK C.VUUOI.I. WIIITK. Master,
IIIN.MAltCK .KNTItIKKN. .Master
I.I.7.IK CII.I. ..('Ni:iIi, Master,
CtS.MMIl.NWKAI.TIl '"ONI.T, Mater,
OMVH JSHA.NCII.. JUNK'S, MuMer.:
COXTINENTAI. M..(lltEENOUOII Mast r
Compr.s.ng nil the rlnestnudlurgist laiataoutof H.
On" of 1 110 above line of atenimrs will leave (Vtini
ff.r New Orleans every other day, connecting at Near
Orleans with Ocean l.ino of MeumtT lu
I.l vei pool, .New York, llnatoii, nml (ialvrt-
. Pasiengeri end Shippers can rely on una of thuu
t.ntleavlng-Calro punetllMly m aMveT'WII pir
particular attention to nil uar freicht'llow Memnh
; . 1 ) .... . .... . 1 1 ra. Ii 1 .'in'.. . ,
10 .sew wnewu-, y y . iii.iix, s. as
Ri nernl Agent,
omee, on wnarriit, rubisc I.
ED. F.HLON. P,encer and Tinkct Agent.
Office, nt St. Charle Hotel.
I 14'H .
jiyJ-KMPHIS AND ST. I.OUIS
, ,H'TK link or
ferSfeogl h 1 i-: a n t: it s.
The fllowing Host compose this Line aud will f-
run in the follow ing or ier
M. K. KOHSVTII...... .. .7.KIRI.EP, Master,
MAHIII.K CITV..... ......CON WAT. Master,
CITV OK AI.TOX . ..TIIOMITON, Maatex.
IlKl.r.K MKMPM1S ('HANK. Master.
CITY OK CAIKO. ,MAMN, Master.
Prompt attention will ln tald to nil buln in
truated 01 111.- er uf these IsjnU.
Freight and Tie ket Otlico lucoinjuny nhnf-boat, a
front of City National Hank.
I IIA.. T. HINDE, Reneral Ajren
EI). F. MSpON, Ticket and IVsanger Agent.
MKMPHIij, WHITE KIVKlt AND
UNITED fTATES MAIL LINE.
JOII.V II. DAVIS, Suu'l, Memphis, Tenne.
'Pin atiloriflbl aldo.wliof.l
sr-Sfij PASSK.M5KK STKAMKKS
MA Vl-'I.O V Kit, COMMKIICI.VI. anrt
LIHKUTV No. U,
Leave Memphis every Tl'KIDAr, THUIWDAT aii
HATt'HDAT, at 1 p.m., for White Kiver, conneeting U
n.M llllMT, ai i p.m., lor
Duvall'a lllutl w.tii the Memr
imvaU'a lllutl w.Ui the Jlemi.in ami 1.1111
ro, for Little Itia'k nnd llot spring..
hi and I.illlHltock IU
Memphis to I.ittlo Itock, 4 hours.
Freight and Passengers receipted oier the atsit
Ann at loner rates than any other route.
( HAS. T HINDI-:, Agent, Cairn. III.
Orhco on Wharf-butt.
gT. LOUIS, CA1HO AND VIOK.SHU1N.
IlCniCOX .. ...III,AKi:. Master,
L.UMI.VAIIV .I.PKEH. Master,
II. M.MIIIIK VK ..(.AltTKlt, Master.
Pass Cairo eoinir unatreAin nverr KUNDS.Y anJ
Tl'UiDAV, and on down trip every TIIUIUDAT aa'l
hl'NDAY, inuHing eloso rouueotion with
VlrkaliurK and Meridian Ilallrnad,
Helnin and Meridian Ilallroad
Nesv Orleans, Jni-ksou and threat Northern
Through receipts given tu any and nil points on tb
aid roaii, with Packet for Tazoo Piser.
Hi-)ml uttentinn given to nil wny busine..sj liejwe-i'i
Cairo and Vickhiirg.
CIIA-s. T. HINDE. (ieneral Agent.
Oftii-e on WharMK)At
gJVANSVILl.K AND OAIItO
f'nnutittttH. of Slin fnllAwlnrv
3Splciidid l'nvicnger Steamers:
DIWOUCHET Master FOWI.EIt.'. Cle...
l.eave Cairo Sunday nnd Thursilay at1 p.m.
DEXTEIt Slaster (JHAMMEK ,CI
IiOavua Cairo Tuesday and Friday nt & p.iu,
HOWAl'.D Master WUIRIIT ..it'ierk
Leaves Cairo Wednccday nml Saturday ut fl p.nu
Making nil intermediate landings, nud paying par.
tlcular attention to Packet Freight.
CHAM. T. HINDE, (ieneral Agent,
ASIIVILW: AND OAIKO
s rffT Composed of tho following
SIMS Master HAKPEK
Leave Cairo every Sunday nt 0 p.m.
STHON'Q Master EUAN
Leaves Cairo every Tuesday ut 6 p.m.
1IA1U10N Master WEAVEIt
Lean's Cairo every Friday nt p.m.
niTSpechil attention elien to way business betwt
Cairo uud Nnshvdlu.
o, CHAS. T, HINDE, General Agen
decil '03,1 otlK-o onhariloal