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album, .First "Ward;
Mcndcll, Second Wnrd :
O'l'nllllmn, Third "Ward:
Kennedy, Fourth Ward, f ' $
On DfftlunK' Ijotiorgtin, chairman, Third
Theobald, First AVurd;
' Hulon, Second Ward;
Martin, Fourth "Ward;
' 1 city at largo
On O'lalinn Allli:unon, chairman ;
i Lohr j
Onl'olieo and Jnll .MeKoe chairman ;
On Ordinances--.lorgnnscn, chairman;
On Fire Department Hrnnklo, chairman j
Un Market Mondell, chairman ;
On Printing Kennedy, chairman;
, (iibion ;
On Kinnncos Onrroll, clmirinaii;
Hoard of Ilo.tlth .Mayor;
. ? ' Thuobnld ;
sT1o oemmhte-a appointed to report on tlio
trcdturer's bond returned, and councilman
Williamson, tho ohnlrinnti, reiwrtcd that they
lind xauiinod thn bond and reoomtnonded its
On Illation of alderman IJrnnklc, the report
was rarrvtd nnd this committee discharged.
On atotfon of oiunciltmin .lorgonson, the
rfrmroi'ttdiilf.Jti uf tlm ertminlttee w twi
ourrd in and lb- bond approved.
Toe mayor then kcd the consent of'the
r-otttiril to apiMt Oliver r. Lyon to tliu office
uf nity cojnptrollVrand usscsjor, and the bal
lot being counted the consent wa granted by
tho following oto
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Tins mayor then ashed thu consent of ,tho
cottn ll to appoint "William Mcllale to thu
iillWof city Jailor, and the ballot 7 befng
uottattjd tbfl, ton vint wn granted by the fifl
lowlhg vote: '
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The iiinvor thun Hkd the consent of the
rouriftll to appoint John .Shchan to the it dice
of supervisor of street', and tin' letllnts'Mn;;
count!, coawoM was refitK-d by thd follow
ing vote, tiM -rote being nevcisary ;
Alcxandor county ordcr ut p,0, ceuU, nnd
school orders at 00 cent, in payment forboaru
nt the St, Charles Hotel,
marlld.'lt Jkwktt Wilcox & Co.
cw clothing of thu latest and most fash
iunablo stylos, just received by J. Lohning,
No 10 Ohio Lovce. Also n fine variety of
jilcce goods, ombrnclng the most dcslrnblo
patterns. The I'xeeedlngly ndvnntngcous
term? upon which these good were pur
elmscd, ,ctinbli:s Mr. Lehnlng to poll or man
ufacture clothing cheaper than any other es
tablishment In the city ; and for proof of this
he Would ask thu public to try him, or call
and c.xnmino the goods and uncertain prices.
floury .Saved i
lly buying yourgrocerie of ,T. II. Mctc'alf,
who keeps iflnrgo and select stock of tho best
family supplies, and soll cheaper than the ,
cheapest, No. 3.14 "Washington avenue, op-'
jmsite tho court houe. mar.'tf
Attention, HltuTiilnii t
There will be a meeting of this company
on Monday evening next, March 15th, for the
purpose of making arrangements for the pa
rade on M. I'atriek . day, to which we have
been kindly Invited by tlio FtrrftrickV Ilen-
evolcnt Society. All members will plcn'e bo
present on that occasion. Uv order of the
I'ro-ldcnt. 2t C. ,T. IIyla.vii, Sec.
There will be a meeting of the Kinmet
Guards on Sunday afternoon at. two yclejck,
iiY'tlie'CommIsnry lluildfhg All tho'mem
ber. tire reuue-ted to lie pre-tnt, in ordur to
make arrangements for the proces!on on St.
Patrick', Dav, the 1 ;MriVt vv
The family of th Ute Mr.
Is hereby given to dellnquqnt stock holdors
of tho Cairo and Ulandvllle Turnpike Com
jiany that unless tho balance due on their Ktib
eriptions Is 'paid by the llrst ilay of' Aprif
next, suit will be commenced to collect (he
enmo. By order of the btard.
11. II. Cr.v.vi.voitAM, Treasurer.
March 8, 18C0. . . , . , (ltd v
Tho St. Parrick's Bolicvobnt Society will
meet to-morrow'7(SundHy) afternoon, for the
purposo of mnking all necessary arrnnge
metits'for tho prtpcr otaervnnce (including
the proposed parade) of St. Patrick's Day.
Jly ordef.of the Proldcnt.
Ii. .1. Brn.NK, Secretat v.
The ceuucll proceedings and mayor's inau
gural exclude considerable editorial and news
matter prepared for this number.
Summers, of the Columbus 'Dispatch.' As
he Is not very well dressed we shall not bo
surprised if the engines are called out, to
night, to tight lire In a clothing storo.
P. S. Ho was dulv sober 1 1 1 1
A photograph of Al. Sharpc, (a memory of
whom Is still retained liy a thousand of our
citizens) brings forcibly to the mind that in
imitable ccntlemnn's "Diggory,- on the
lonrds of Cairo theatres.
Poor Sharpe, loved bv all an enemy onlv
to himelf, sleeps his Iat sleep, yet lives In
tho hearts of thousands who knew him.
Thi- mayor tlrnn nkt-l consent to appojnt
.lam 'Knglith. llfued.
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ConHnt was u.kvd to nppoint Cha. Schoen-mey-r.
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Commit was then asked to appoint Albert
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Cvnttr.t was a.ktd to appoint Itlrlurd .1.
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The mayor then .luted he would again k
oritnt tu appoint John Sheehati. IU-ful.
Con Hint was ajfftln aked to apjmfnt .Inme
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It WiHg lHit tbweonmtit of thr uity
council mmiIiI not itbtnlned to the appoint
ment f h ilM?rvi- f ,.f trpK the inayur ilr
cllnil further tii 'i.in,t! in-.
The iiinxor nk-i tb eoimuiil of the Catuti
til U upHAt P. I'oreorun to the olhVo of
luurket iiuiaUr. I'.ofusui.
Hie nmyur tlnin M-kil thn eoiitwjnt of the
rounoH li appoint Charles Schoeiimoycr to
the of4ie of nuiil maMur. Refiihtl.
their obligation- to the Arab Fire Comnanv.
Jlr. Jtr. it pre-idrnt. the 15uzh iV Beadv
fire company and tb large number of friends
and acquaintance, who attended the burial
of the dca!ed. and extended kind and frater
nal nil and sympathy throughout. Their
pro'onee and generons smUtMnce Mr red to
lighten the weight of .orrow laid mxn those
to wiiom tho decs'ed ?;a endearcil bv ties
of lelfttiotubiji, and lathe Name of the family
we extenil tlie uurAnc that all the kind offi
ce of firemen and friend, will ever be grate
fully njriiMrita'red. I"
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The nuyor then a.ked the consont of-the
council l ajipoint Andruw Cain d llibofliix
of market muster.
(ranted by a iiiiiiiiimoui vote.
Alderman Kennedy moved that the ail
dr?s ut' tho inay.r be refurred to m hpcciiil
wnmitt'-e of thrm.. i i lmdlrldv l ueordhig to
the tabjit'ts tre-twl, at that the vrnl re
ttmmtinlatlou uontaiued In it might U re
ferral to thu epj-ropruto standing comiiiil
tee far t-wtuldurMion nnd report. Carried.
Thu mayor npj minted Alderman Kennedy
and Hendricks ur.d Syb-et Caunellmtui Wil
llnnium inld eotnmluw.
Alderman Tlnobold moved ;ui adjourii
Alderman Kennedy moved t but the city
attorney 1m rKjui.-ml t. reKirt tutlmnett
lueoUng of either lrd of the city loifacl!
what uetioii he i. taku in referotn e to t'lie
ilcGlnnti lond." (Vrrled.
On motion adjournwl.
.Iomk P. Faiii.n, (Jlty Clerk.
The bralnn uf the radieul party wore.
tolen from the democracy. Tuke asay
thuir Trumbull- liutler- and FornnvB, uml
th-j thtniiaiiid f tber proutinrnt men w ho hape
thir pellcy and 4pprnprlato their upoll. nnd
wijst of ability d ihruwdne would rrt
iiwin.' The iai,t dUtlngulshod mlllbtiy
heroe avelupJ by tlio late war were demo
eirat ; aad radt idUm. Lying In lt wiitl(n
to ooitir luvw t uU.tUhI them. Look at the
Jlst of prominent military men, headed by
tirntit, JJitermari. and trace it fur Intii the
HtiiniM of thu inar briMliur, mid you find
thai nifW oat f iivwy b-n were, at tho out
lireidk of tho war, acting with the dmerate
party. T kej remaUietl within tbe democmUe
fold until bought out by promitek of ru-efer-meni
hold out by tho radical. Hut the
tlemoorw y hunl iu brain to rtouk radloAliktu,
without parting w!thalnlo stttteaman of
otninonce. Th n 1 1 Ulont of tho country A
yot In the demet. i!; pr(y,
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"When the late Kebrt K.'-leyi tho coiHedi
an, fiut heaid urnl ..w ttn,,r)iiUtntipnH, 4Qf : ltl
acting, ho remui Led: 'WI1, If -that's,-Ilka
urn, I don't think maeh f it."
(Jrant lnu exiled thu gallant IIiuicocK by
assigning him t' D.ik' in'i.
ho has lost n .sliver watch ? See itdvor-
I he imtexicicty of tho M. K. church if
holding very jilea-ant weekly meetings. An
original paperMo whicjt membors contribute,
is read before 'eTKirnier'ttng'pJease X.
A pack of dog beset a gentleman on ltith
street, about ten o'clock but night. The con-
tleman dcfend'.il hluwelf with his revolver,
and sent two of the savage cur howling
The Kmnitt GuunU, a new independent
military organisation, will join in the St.
Patrick's Benevolent Society's purado on the
17th, The old Flibernlans propose to do the
A hall will 1 given at Scheel s hall to
morrow evening, for the benefit of old
Charles Jlelfrlch, who recently lo.t his houso
by lire. The obi gentleman I In very neody
Thelws has, aftr tha Ujse of four dayi
beou heard from. The precinct gave Baker
a majority of 10 votes: Ordinarily wo hoar
election returns from the entire State of Cali
fornia before we roceivu thorn from tho coun
try precinct of Alexandercounty.
J. (i. Lynch, the county clerk, has been
called to Na.hvill, In this State, by tl. strl-on-
ekne4t of hU 'brother. The amiatle
Tom Winter will i,t!U iut- in the - b.r- t office,
during Lynch absence.
The Shuwneetown '.Mercury' wades Into
Potter, of the Mound City 'Journal,' rough
sliod and with bae-ball spike in his heel. If
Lusk dotin't'wa'nt hlsVose .pullel next time
he meet- Potter be d belter trad oft' that
puggMi projection for a pair of bra.i knucki.
A brace of darklu mounted on mulc "tried
tbesj 1 of the animals ucross the Kdwardi-
vllle commons yesterday ovenlng, and aji
peard to enjoy the fun hturtlly, until one of
the mulei ran under Walnut ktreot sidewalk
and swiped olfhi rider. A corulderable knot
on the occipital jwtion of the darkey's knob,
was tlio only tiarm dune.
Miscegenation in not jiopular in Cairo. I
Only three, white men In tho city all radi
cals doat on dusky wwi better halve. Only
one white woman within our knowledgi, has
been'shaniuless enough'to marry a negro,
The nest term of the Circuit" Court In this
county will commence on tho first Mondav
of next month. .Judge Baker will then don
httiurmlni) of liU oll'u;-,
A iiaragrnph in the 'Bulletin yesterday,
to the effect that the Into Mr. Schuh was "a
member of the German Lutheran church, lm.
been nstrucd,to.moan a member of tho Cairo
German Iutlieran church. As tho fact that
the Presbyterian minister, and not the resi
dent Lutheran minister, accompnnlod the rei
main, to the cars mav occasion unjust infer
ence., we feel called upon to sav that .Mr.
Schuh, n)though,of the Lutheran faith, (his
father having, been a minister of that society
wAj not conne'ctc'd wlth the Luthornn cotisre-
gution in Cairo.
The busineti card of C. Winston, real es
tate agent, (successor to John (J, Harman &
Cp.i appears In another column. Tho busi-
ntfss of the firm tuvhlch he Micceetls. has.ifor
years, lieen trunsactel under hi eve. This
faet of itself Is n sufficient recommendation.
He i a very exact bu.ineis muu, and cnlov
facilities for tho successful prosecution of a
real estate business iioseeed bv no other
agent or firm Jn Southern Illinois. among
other facilities an abstract of the title of every
town lot and tract of land in the count v. Per-
sons having business in his lino will "be
promptly, efficiently and satisfactorily served
ny conflding it to his charge.
Gen. Longstrect will bo congrmed as sur
veyor of tho port of-N'ew Orleans. While
this appointment betrays a proper spirit en
the part of General Grant, it looks, neverthe
less, very, much like tho reward of perfidy.
Horace Greeley will be tendered the Kn
liih ministry. Ho will not accept It.
Cairo mm it Was aad Will .
Harraoa Able, a dexterous handler of the
brush has painted a view of Cairo a it was
in tho year 1850 and 51, looking north from
thn old Cairo hotel which cctfnled the ax.
trerno habitable foot of the point. The view,
saving a want of rugged nss, fs vry fair re
minder of Cairo at that time. It "present
in the foreground the sijuoro front build
ing occupied by the telegraph office
and Henry Simons saloon and drug
store, and a small shed-roof addition
subsequently used as a pott office
The flnrt named building, ahorn efall its orig
inal features, is that which faces Winter's
Mock on Sixth street. The view presnts the
two wharf boat-, but falls to give tho num
berless family and flat boats, coal boats, etc.,
that constantly hugged the shore In that vi
cinity. In the distance the old cottages,
foundery, etc., nro distributed quite under
staadingly ; so that, upon tho whole, the old
citizen is very vividly reminded of tho Cairo
of 18 nnd 20 years ago. '"
Tho view of Cairo at it it to bo reminds
one of Harpor's year 1000. But Cairo will
At n meeting of the Arab Tiro Comnat.v
tho following prcanibloiniid. resolutions woro
Unanimously nuoptod :
UmiKAs, JLi has udeli the will of IHm
wlio Uoctli all tilings well to call from ninonc
us our lato brother, Charles Schuh, by thu
stern messensrnr of death, therefore 'bo lt
Kesolvcd, That In tho death of Cha-. Schtisf
the community has lost an Honest, industrinu
and exemplary, citizen, our ilrn conipatiy it
worthy arm cmcient memoer, nnu his iiunily
a kind and nfl'ectlonate father.
Besolved. That wo tender to his wifo and
family an assurance of our sympathy In thU
their oro bcrcavemehl.
Resolved, That wo bow humbly to this oc
curence, remembering that It Is nppointed
unto us onco to die, and that wu all must
soon pass nway.
Busolved, That thq above preamble nnd
resolutions bo spread nt largo upon tho mlnlitu
books of this company, and be published in
the dally papers and that tho secretary send
n copy of the entno to his bereaved widow.
(Theft. Cli.Mtrs Hotel, Friday, Msreh U.)
II W Kohlnsiin, VI A Ilium. tVn'tralla;
W Piinton, Tenn: (.' rt Kn, Ho Kx Cut
J A Wlnilrain,cll)S A I Putnam, Hoston;
V. S Cnuio, .N Vi C I. riraliam, M Louis
)t Holllielmer. t'inclnaatl; l II Johnston, Hielitnondr
Mrs MitoIi. lt, Villa Itl.lge; M 11 Muxon, Kj;
JM Ilsll, ftl."tili W FHvniond. CJilcago;
W t IMle. Ut I.otlU; Thos nrown. eilyi
A fllass, N V; 1 K due), I;
It IloMrilg, llostou.
' (-iicoessnr to John Q. Itarin.ai A ( )
Kh'AL KSTATi: AGKXT
Ilil nnd .si lls (teal Kstntfl, p) Taxes, furnlie
Attstrwt- of Title, atel ri-par Coiiie.inrs f all
kiails. Office, o.7l(d rtwrtOlilo I.ee. mrI3tf
gTBAYKI) Olt STOLKK,
Krom Parker A Ho.!.-,' Ihery HaMc, a -mll lill.
(on the mustang nnlnri he;iy with fual, dark trxvtn.
al-iut fix years old, end of tail et.ten i.it l,y u calf. A
siiiutMn rewnrd will l, pajii for In r rtiiiu,or infornu-'
turn tlit will Irad to Ler recoierr.
Apply nt Porker A Ho-InesMirerr sl.Ue.
mrlMSt A.J. CAItl.K.
wmn r uns T.
I cmoTRtssrra co.
-JHAS. T. HINDK,
FOUWAKIHN(; AM' COMMISSION
J. Gr 353 UNT T,
1IKO T1IAXSFKK COMPANY
TlirouKli HI 1 1 of r,ailliir Rlrru to all
Avnlininc i-ouiia uy stall or Watrr.
Bfl-t'l,K(;l AI. ATTKNTION TO KOItWAItDINC,
QA1 0 ANi KW OBLKANS
ATIjANTK! AMI MISSISSIl'l'l
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eoMi'itojiisK lixk stji.dikks
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JjlUK KVKltVTHIXG IN
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av. it. Aifrmit
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i.lti:i:.Nul (ill Man
luinirisui i.!! the tinet mhI largest Innts util of k
I. '.(: IS.
(In of the ntHi luini.f iti aiil'ts
Will Icnrc Cnlro for Vv Orlcuiis htj
Con tie, tmj at m Orlralia uith (Xean I.uie uf Ne.ii
in l .
f.tt ei'jioiil, VurU, llostnn, nml ()! -Ion,
I'Asseaaer atel HIiljiperK en rely on one ef tlis
lt lebtiut: Cairo jninrtuHy m al.nr. Wu. u,
larlleitlr utlentton to all war freiyht llow Memph
to .New Orleillf. CILV.. T. IIISPK.
tleneral Atent, Cairo
Ortire, on Vhrf!eU, J'tlMIc I.AUil t)
Kit K. hK-HN, I'4.i8er aVid TwVet Agent
OilWe, at M fharlen lintel.
o. 100 CoaaaacUL ATaara.
Hteamrr IlKLf.K ifKMI'HIH. Crane.
niastrr. will tear ilni, Tltm t'.vsrv.
i.-su, .surcn is, at onoca.
CIIAH.T. JIIMIK. AgtDt.
QAIRO ANDl'ADUCAII i
Thn llftht ilraui(ht paasrnger Hliatr
It. T. MOUTH KHtfU.
J. M. IlKV'KHIiTM... .
Wlllmakf reruler IAir,T Tltll-H ttween Cairo ami
r'iucitii, leariDc i;airo enr s-Teniut: (KuaiUyt ei.
cerildlairiTe o'clock. '
Thn Whim connect al I'atliirah witMheNew Orleans
anl Ohiorailro.t.1, anJ lliCunilM-rlnti ani Tennere
For freight or is.aj;e applr on l-.r.l. or to
M J. IIL-CK t.l'r 4-nl
UnM-ltf Cairo, llllnoui.
K.M1MI IS A.VIJ ST. LOUIS
The fiillowint; lk,Ats eiiii-e this Line and j
run In the fnllowtnt; unler :
Arrie al Cairo,
Arrive at Cairo,
IIKI.I.KST. IjOLUS Tu,lay,A p,m haturJayt a.B.
CITTOKCAIKO, Thiirp-laya p.mMon.lai,l a.ln
Nalln, MuIfiii '
IlKI.I.K .MKMI'JII-, itvstunUr, S p.m Thun., t aj
Crn, Mtr. !
Arrte at Cairo,
Arrl at Cairo,
rrirtay, I a a.
The mayor In his nddre recommends un
Inerim of thn di" tux. We reooiiimend
that it be mudiionc thounand dollars pr head.
We, the local, recommend that tho tnx be
made out) thousand dollars iter head and that
the html l o taken to pay tho tax,
' A Cliurrli Project Almmlouril.
Klder Strother, late of tho African ,. K.
Chureh, is confident that he would. In time.
j have been siucgisful In hU nmv church jiroj
w t. Jt was quite a large undertaking for tho
' coloreil population of Cnlro, who am In very
j indigent circumstances, but h hoped to
I reiti h the end by slow and easy tiujc, pros
( ecutini; the work as the means at hand mi'ht
! have authorized. Tho congregation had pur-
chaiwl four lots, on which it had paid four
I hundred dollars, had bought and paid for
' stonu and cement, and brought the fouiuia
! tion to a point a foot or'.wonbovo theaurfaco
of tlm ground.
Tho project wua one of huge lirojiortlons
when eontriuted with tho ability of tho con
j xreijuiloiiflmt Strothur win well .atisllod of
, T.U ability to onclom tho building within tlio
year, tho white citizens having nromlswl to
ext.-nd ld when assured by tlio nrogrs of
the w.,.-k or a probability of his ultimato mic
ees.. . new order of thinm, however.
1iiiipsj lueii tistablished In tho church, thu
I'oa waa abandoned and the unemployed
ten.i di.pf.ied of at a Bacrlllco so we are
"-'m l. Hence, wo are to infur, that wd
i w nava mo e eiiant African M. E.
tructuru, which, upon paper, eclipsed
iiitv of itsttrchitectuni nml llm eum.
-f its uppointmenU, anv house of
-bip in tlm city or in llgypt. Sio
'i ia mundi.
cvmo up'to the artists expectations, fanciful
a IbSy now eem to be.
I'ort 1,1st for (lie !4 llmsra Knillnir at
Ttro o'clock, I. 91.
i,eti. Atiileron. Oilum.i Wrn. White. I'luluc.h;
Ouiekstrp, Kr.tnsnj Alleihony llelle, Ht. Luia;
I'obva. W, If. Drown, "
CliOon, Memphis; I'ink Varlle,
.Nurmiui, " flhiirk, X O.i
vr. It. Arthur, N.O.
Oen. Anderaon, Oilum.i Win. White, I'aiinc.ili;
ljuiektei, KmnsTille; W. II. Drown, Louianllci
Allegheny lli-lli), I'ltt.; .Vorrnan, Mernphla;
Ulfliti, Ciiiuiiiuali; Cu.a, '
W. it Arthur, ft. I Aui; Ruth. N O.i
falikrl., HamIlron,fct. J.oiiIi;
Tho weather Is still brbt and pleasant
with fair promise of continuing so fur days to
come. Tho meroury indlcatod 50 degrees in
The .tsisKippi is still rising at St. Louis.
The Ohio is rising atevery point. At Pitts
burg the chun net depth hn reached 12 fcut
and nt Ioulsvllle, has Increased to G j fett in
the chuto over tho falls.
Several lnrge tows oftcoal am in readiness
to start out from 1'ittnhurg, us saon as tha
lee cleara enough to -permit them, which It
will soon do, .
Tho Mississippi brought 3.'l bbls whiskey,
r,0 bbls flour, for tho south, und for tho uity,
John H Inkle, .'I bxs goods.
The Arthur brought M hhds tigur, 1 bbl
oranges for tho railroad "nnd has 2807" bar
Iron, 120 iKJxti, 20 hhds augar, 388 bxs mis
Ins, and largo lot sundries for St. Louis.
Tho Clifton had u i balos cotton for Cin
Tho Win. -White, Captain Northern, is tho
rognlar.packct f.r 1'adUcuh this nvening.
Tho Cumberland, Capt. Hilly Louth, U tho
hvai.svllle packet this uvoulng.
Tho Hello .VJemphis, Capt, Crario, is tho
Memphis j.atket this ovenlng.
Tho Itclle.st. iMah Oui.t, Zeigler, wil bo
up for St. Louis this evening. .
TiioHitth depfcrted yesterday ev.inlng'with
a ilno trij) of freight and passenger.
I ho tug .Nettie Jonoi, Capt. Ford, released
by Arkansas authorities at Duvall'a BlufT. has
arrived at AUmpbls. , ,
WitnU, For Sale, Fvr lltnt, Lcit, Found, nml
7'rrsonaf, pnbluh'd in thu column fur right
rnU a Hit', for ont itutrtion.
Fllll HAIsK Hit HKNT-.Nrw'siotUuo riH,ite..
rl.tern. iHlt liuilillno. three luta .irnr, l-n
anil Hixttenth atreeia. CIIKAI',
inarldtf OltKKN i OU.UKUT. Atty'a.
MALE Three UairaUe rerlitrncfis at lor-
JOHN W.TIIOVKIt A CO.
TMlll IlKXT-Couaaewlth 9 rnonn on Washini;
X' in atenue stel Tenth Hreet Apply in
frMMtf W. Wl f HOUNTOVj
" WANTS. " " "
WA.VTKI) -Atesaailer (Hintynleri' at Mlei tila,
anil HuIiimI Onlera at 30 rvnla, In payment for
board at th HU Charles Hotel,
marlldtf JKWETT WII.l'OX A CO,
WATKU-Onew,. tmali" bawjtr ami one
KOO1 "Jl" Hawyer, NannnitNo, 1 men ne-d
apply. , I. WILMAM".
marladtw Cairo City SawMI'I.
"IITAJITKIJ Aleiamler Omnly Onlera, at ao eta.
II on irieiiikr, lorau Kinii or i.iinitier nini nml.
W. W. TJIOIINTON.
Hvn'tay, I a m
FUnifflTU R 33
Oiippnswnrf, liar Flxluron, OluMurt'
1IOIHK KUltMlHIIINO (lOOUN,
Nua. IMS aud lN7,Cni. Av. I CAIHO, II,I
QOltNKLIl'S llOYLK, '
HU COMMIillClAL AVKM'K,
In KHiott A lUytliorno'a Jiuol :ui Shoe on -,
strCuttini done on nhort notice. marf.. Uf
CITV or ALTON, ;We.lnVy,or-m
rcner, .'laswr I
MAKIH.K triTV, "
HL'KICON, Krl'lay, A p.m'i
M. K-KOIWrill, Miinlay, & ..mVrlnsil,ylm
Haney, MfcMer; I
Jt'l.lA, " " "
Callalian. Ma-ter 1
Connecting at M. Ixiuiswiih
Norllirrik I.lue I'arkrt Company,
Krnkiik 1'ackrl Coninr,
Onus his I'atrkrl fompany,
and Varloua Itallroail I.lnra.
At )teaiplii with
Mrnihla iaiil Wliltr Itlsrr l-ckrt CoM
Arkansas Itlvrr l'ackcl Contpaujr,
9Iuiplila autl :iiarlratn K. K.,
an it MUalaaliit it TriinraaafR.lt.
At lekahurK with
Vnmo lllvrr I'ackrta, and
Vlekaliurif and Irrlillait Kallraail,
Oifint Hi rough bills ladlngand tiekela to all araltsb-V
iiolnta hy r-fl or rlirer
CIIA.T. HISI)r,lfoerJ Ant.
Kl. K. ilnHiV, TVetand Pa-sencer Agent.
jTASH VILIjB AND CAIHO
. lTf,i',. ConaLtln of tho following
r3trr1i'4pb'udid piissciigor kteamers;
HIM.i ..Jlwler HAItl'IIlt XVr'
1'OCKKT KM VKS
THACK Oil A INK,
iifl, A. v., fcc,
The beat in thu miirket of all kiiulH .solid, iii'iMidle
and perforated tooth,
Filots, U3C, tfeo.,
n iI)r,KS VliF axi iti; 1 A Il
. , l'HCHEK&JIKsNHY,
1U4 Commercial A venue, corner Twelfth
OAVl-l Master I) Win . CUM.
'lakliut all liili rninilttte Uinling. and hiiIiik apeci.i
attentlmi to way taiainea.
ClIAh. T. IIIMiK. Oenrral Aetit
ilMt 'C.J OiUi. no WharflMial.
M KM I'll IS, AVHITK JtlVKIt A1J
li.MTKIl STATUS MAH. I.IMI.
JOHN II, DAVIH, Kuit'l, Meinphla, TvnuoH'r.
Jf . Tho sjilendld slde-wheel
l'LOWKIt, :0.I.MKIICIAJ. "
I I.ei,re Metnphli every TI'WIUV, 'riltll"I)AYuu'l
I HATIIIIDAV, nt 6p.ui., for While llher. rminwdlnu ft
iimm h iiiun vriin 1 ne .Mciimliii ntel Ml
road for Little lloek nnd II a iirlns
wirnij'iii. ... i.iii'H, tn llQurs.
1 I'rf 'iflitb jsikI lmwo'iiKTS. receipted oier theabpi
I Tilne nt lower ratrl)tin nnv oilier rmile.
, OJt AH. T. IlNl)i:.AKent,Cmro, 111.
I Olllce on WhnrMMNil
! piVANii villi: AND CAIHO
rj;-"' Consisting of thn following
'Sa-HrOr-vSpltuiillil l'nscuger Hh'niuura:
1 "s AU.UAOA,
DuJioi)qirr.T..,)M:...pister I fojvmiii., .,a,
I.eAVe Culro Sunday, aq'J TiieiU ( ,u,
Leaves f'rtiru Tuesday nnd I-'riday at f p. 111.
cumukhlam), I j
Vt. A. I.OWTJI...Haicr WI1IOHT We'
Learea dura Wedne.ilHy ami V .dunl)- ut 6 p.m.
Jl nl; I hi; all interinediutiT tundinss, and ju) ln pac
tioular attention to I'.ieket l-'reiuhh.
CHAH. T. 1IIM1K, (lencral Agent,