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Lnndreth's Fresh und ltollablo Gnrden
Seeds nt P. 0. Schuh's drug store. m312 wd
A splendid lot of dress goods Just
opened nt JJuilbron & Well'a. a3lw
Remember tlio place whero you can
Und choice prints at 12J cunts.
n3 lw Hi;iliihon & Weil.
P. Q. Scliuh keens Laudreth's garden
ecods, tho rovth of 180S; perfectly
sound and reliable. 2vd
Try Spalding's Jntanmnii Hair restorer. It
is undoubtedly tho best hair preparation ever
introduced to the public. For sale, whole
sale or retail, nt 1. 0. Schuh's. 3tow3v
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Spalding's .Iiitamniul Hair restorer is
precisely what it professes to be, a ijaih KEb
touativk. It is tho surest and safest pre
paration of tho ago. For supplies, wholesale
or retail, apply nt P. 0. Schuh's drug store.
Nollt-n to Tax-Tiiy cr.
The delinquent list will be commenced on
tho 10th day of April, thoio wiihlng to save
cost, had bettor eomd to the Court homo at
onco and settle.
Louis II. Mykiw, Collector.
Uy buying your groceries of J. H. Mclcnlf,
who keeps a largo and select stock of tho best
family supplies, mid sells cheaper than tho
cheapest, No. 334 Washington avenue, op
posite tho court house. innrMf
All bagcage retained for unpaid board
bills nt tlie Antrim Home will (iiiiIchh
bills are paid) be sold on the 30th day of
April, 1600. J. If. Kklly,
aO 3t Proprietor.
I'rco I.iinrli ut tUvi Court Ifonae Nmloon.
Jlnunlo English will fctn free lunch nt
tho Court House Saloon every morning
nt 10 oclock, and he invites his friends,
parties attending on court from town
mid country, to come and feast to their
full. The best of nles, wines, liquors
nnd cigars on hand. 6t
NliMI Otor nt I.oula Herltrs I'a,
Louis Herbert has Just received ut his
restaurant a splendid lot or fresh shell
oysters, In prime order. He has also re
ceived a supply of Cincinnati lager.
This flrst-clais restaurant is at uiual
prepared to servo customers with all
kinds of luxurious nnd substantial eata
bles In tho most cleanly and acceptable
Egyptian block, under Walker it- bis
New I'rlnllnc .liitrrlnl Arrived.
Wo have Just added to tho job depart
ment of tho '15ulctlii' oilico over ono
liundrcd fonts of all the late, most fash
lonaolo nnd desirable styles of curd,
circular, programme and fancy typo,
border, etc,, and are, thcreforo, prepared
now to accommodate demand') for every
description of Job-work. This nddltlon
makes our job olllco very complete, re
placing quite all the useful and ornimen
tnl material destroyed by the latfr lire
and nddlng much that Is entirely new,
very handsome, chasfe, unique, etc.
Hrlug in your Job-work, now, und have
It executed in the highest style of the
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At No. 1-11 Commercial nvenuo you
can Und all the fashionable goods of tho
season. , n3lv
Messrs. Fox, Howard & Co. propose to
accept from tho city, in payment of tho
amount duo them, tweuty-flvo year ten
per cent bonds at par, giving tho city
tho privilege of redeeming at any time
before the date of due, and holding tho
bonds subject to payment at 00 cents on
on tho dollar for the porlod of ono year
from tho dato of Issue.
This proposition formed tho subject
matter of a special messago from tho
mayor to the select council, last night,
and Is now under ndvlsemeut.
Thero was a terrltlu hullabaloo kicked
up in tho calabooso yesterday. Ono of
tho wenches "who went In on her mus
cle" In tho colored JnptIst churoh last
Sunday night, engaged In u controversy
with a certain Mrs. King, a colored in
mato, anil tho controversy waxing
warm, Mrs. King called tho pugilistic
sister several vile names, which, if tnu,
brand tho puglllstio sister as sadly in
want of female virtue, and which, If
false, brand Mrs. King n, p mallguapt
fulslllor. Blows followed, and thero;,
within the loathsome walls of tho prison,
with no one nigh to lntorforo, wero suoh
a pulling of hair, tearing of dresses,
skirts, corsets, chemisettes nnd other fe
male apparel, us never beloro took placo
in Cairo. Screeches nnd screams, to
which prisoners in adjoining cells added
loud hurrahs, wont out through tho sur
rounding neighborhood and called about
tho Jail a motley group of spectators, all
enger to learn what had broke lftoso
among tho prisoners. Tho women fought
long and furiously, ceasing only when
exhaustion compelled them to stop, and
oven thou for n breathing spell thftt
would re-energize them for nnothor con
illcti Hut at this Juncture tho Jailor's
preseuoo enforcod a calm, and (ho seuuud
round was not undertaken. The puglllfl
tio sister's clothing was torn to shreds,
while tho garments of Mrs. King had
not entirely escaped fracture. Patuhes
of skin had beou (matched from each of
their faces, Indicating a battlo between
well-matched forces. Mrs. King had lost
soraps of her oijtlclo covorlng, tho other
Bister had lost drapery. Time: 42 min
utes, 14 seconds,
THURSDAY, APRIL 8, 1809.
I'UIIMHIIED 11 Y JOHN . OIIKrLt h CO.
. II. HAIlHKt.L, ASSOCIATE EDITOR.
New GoeAs at Hcllbren A Well's.
Messrs. Hellbron Well; 144 Commer
cial Areuue, have lust received one of
the completesr, best assorted and moat
attractive and seasonable stocks of goods
ever brought to the Cairo market. They
have shown an' sJspeclal ' carecfor tho
want, of the ladies, havjng purchased
largly of dress goods of the most fashion
ablo 'arid fascinating character. Indeed
It would bo an extraordinary demand
in the lino of dry goods and notions that
these gentlemen could not supply from
thotr present large stock.
' They appreciate tho necessity of selling
goods at a small profit, and tho buyer
who leaves their counter under the im
pression that ho can purchase goods
cheaper elsewhere, will ho euro to return
and confess that his impression was erro
neous. They permit nobody to undersell
them; nnd this successful competition
they can maintain, for they give their
business their personal, supervision, dis
pensing with expensive clerks nnd sales
men, and meetlug in person every cus
tomer that visits their house. They are
clever, enterprising gentlemen with
whom our peoplo llnd it a pleasure to
deal. Call on them nnd cxamino their
Doctor Arler Ilctuovcd.
Intelligence reached the cltylusLnlght,
that George I'lher, Esq., had supplanted
Doctor D. Arter in the olllco of Surveyor
of tho Port of this city.. We do not kuow
that any democrat Is either furiously
mad or extatlcally glad over this change.
Tho doctor takes tho matter very phllo
sophicnlly, satirizing his grief by sus
pending from tho window of his olllco a
very small ling draped In a very small
quantity of mourning signifying, of
course, a very small quantity of chagrin
and grief over his removal.
The business of the office under Doctor
Arter, has been very faithfully attended
to, receiving his constaut personal attcn
tlon. His removal, therefore, Is more on
account of a desire for change than for
Mr.JFIiihor will no doubt give the office
due nttcutlon, and of radicals he is the
Arnb fire Comimur.-Electlon r Officers.
At a meeting drtho Arab I-ire Compa
ny, held at their engine house, Monday
evening, April 0th, tho following per
sons wero elected to fill tho various o(U
ces for the ensuing yenr:
President, H. Winter; Vice-President,
James 8. Morris; Treasurer, James 8.
Reunion ; Secrotnry, Thos. J. Kerth ; At
torney, II. w Webb; Hoard of Direc
tors, Wm. V. McGoe, H. Winter, James
1$. Fulton, Win. H. Hchutter, nnd N". L.
Wlckwire. Foremnn of 8team Engine,
Wm. V. McGee; Assistant Foreman,
James B. Fulton; Foreraon of Littlo
Arab, Henry Messner; Assistant Fore
man, Henry Wadsmlth; Foreman Hose,
Nathaniel Prouty; Assistant Foreman,
Henry Lattner; Foromau Hook an'd
Ladder, Anthony E-fchbach; Assistant
Foreman, X. I. Wlckwire; Captain of
Torch Boys, Charles Olilholler.
'I I ip Alexander County A. A: M. .Society.
What is the matter with tho stock
holders of the Alexander County Agri
cultural Fair project? A meeting was
called for tho purpose of determining
whether the undertaking should be pur
sued orabundoued, ami only four subscri
bers attended. Why is this? Is tho
matter of no consequence? It is not so
It would bo the part of folly to call an
other meeting. It has, therefore, been
suggested that the several subscribers in
dividually call upon Mr. W. W. Thorn
ton, who Is the custodian of 'the notes
given, and ho will note their will
lu -the matter. If a mujorlty declare
against'n prosecution of tho project, tho
notes will bo surrendered. If, however,
tho majority say "go on," go on It will
be, ns far as tho mentis and energy at
command will allow.
Mutll ixtt (,'rnn the Track.
Tho Illinois Central railroad company
has served a'wrlt of injunction upon tho
Cairo & Yluccnnes railroad company,
rcstraiurhg them from crossing tho track
at tho point fixed upon near tho grain
wnro house, and lins driven down stakes,
aaylng thereby to tho Q. it V. It. It. Co.,
"thus far shnlt thou come nnd no farth
er." This injunction will hold good un
til tho required portion of tho Central
track cairb'o'condemned, und no longor.
It Is bymo means a perpetual bar against
tho crossing of their track.
And, so, the IlllnolsCcntral is, ppposgd
to tlio continuation of the, Cairo &ATlu
cenneH road to tho point! It would bo
well for citizens "lu tl& same boat", to
cast about for tho causo of tho Central's
opposition." Certainly; .it Is'.from no do
slro to benefit tho city.
On Monday nlglitltho grocery Htoropf
Mr.' Mendel, ooruerof Washington aven
ue and Tenth street, was entered hysomo
rftscalllon,ytunknown, and goodstnken
therefrom to tho amount of, llftyor slxtv
dollars. The goods consisted of cotleo,
teaBUgrfr," ralfelns, etc., and wout,' no
doubt, tOj repb3nla.il -souio colored indi
Wo withheld notice of this afl'air, hop
lng"thnt some clue might; he gained to
to the burglar. 4' "
Tlio following members ofho city
courtcllrli3vtl"beeri' named as" n commit
tee to provide frif tHo reception of tho Il
linois btate Press Association, to nrrlvo
hero nthlst Ujst. :, Cpl4 J. 8,. earr
'donohalrmuu; jLuuls Jor'gons.qn," Esq.,
both from tho Select Couucll; John )V.
MoKee, l(laju ionorgan ami Vred
Theobald, from'tho Board of Aldorlneb
TW09WFpMe9) l8well1cb.ojioui apd It
will no doubt actively Interest itsolfln'
tho work submlttod to Its ohargo.
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On next Tuesday ovenlng a fair and
festival will be held in the hall, corner
of 10th and Ohio Levee, for tho boneflt of
the free school connected with the Lo
retto Academy.- Everybody will attend,
of course, tho object being ono that ev
A mad-dog was killed lu Mound City
a fow days ago, after it had bitten sover
at other dogs. A single mad-dog among
the myriads of dogs that curse Cairo,
would sow seeds that would germinate
in the death by hydrophobia of a hun
dred of our citizens. It is foarful to
Capt. Phillips has returned to Cairo af
ter an absence of a few months, and re
opened his family grocery on tho corner
of Fourteenth street and Washington
avenue. He found that Davenport,
Iowa, where ho located, is no better in a
business point than Cairo.
The Board of Aldermen request, in bo
half of tho moral well-being of the city,
that the thieves, vagabonds, gamblers
nnd loafers, that mako Cairo their ren
dezvous ho rigorously prosecuted to tho
extent of tho law. To this request all
good citizens liopo there will be a quick
response. Nine-tenths of our lawbreak
ers are trausleut persons.
1HU0I Stirlncr. IMliM
Now arrival of a complete stock of
spring nnd summer goods at
a3 w Hkilukon & Weiu
NlilpmciiU of Cotton by Unit-
Unobserved by most of our citizens,
the shipment of cotton north by rail
during tho past six months has been con
siderable. During tho six months
ondlag, March 1st there wero shipped
per Illinois Central railroad Ave thou
sand four hundred and forty seven bales,
or nearly a thousand bales per month
During tho month of March nine hun
dred anil sixteen bales were shipped.
Considering the fact that this business
lsyetyouBg these shipments are very
encouraging, and point to a time In tho
arly future when shipments of hun
dreds of bales will go forward dally.
Nainsooks, Marseilles, brilliants,
checks, Jaconets and Swiss, at Hellbron
fc Weil's. a3 lw
sVoremo Dow'aHUnkrft a Sf croClrcnm
Inuce On Friday night last, a resident of
Washington avenue, becamo conscious
of a vibrating motion of tho bed upon
which ho was lying, and called tho at
tention of his wife thereto. Ho could
not attributo tlio phenomenon to an
earthquake; ns tlio vibrations wero too
frequent nnd regular, After continuing
lu full force for tho space of flvo or six
minutes they gradually died away llko
tho wavelets of disturbed water or the
vibrations of a taut cord. On tho sue
oeedlntr nluht tho gentleman went
homo, nbfaut 10 o'clock, and found his
wife In a considerable state of nlarni
Sho had exnerionced a rcturu of tho
mysterious shakes. They had common
ced, continued nnd died away as during
the previous night. They wero too man
ifest to attribute to rreaits or lancy, ami
no natural cause being ipparont, the
lady could not keep down a sensation of
fear and alarm. The next day the gen
tleman ascertained that two of his neigh
bors had been similarly visited; but nei
ther ono of them could give a satisfacto
ry solution of tho mystery, and wero
therefore llko himself, left in a state of
considerable perplexity. To this day
tho causo remains undiscovered.
Ono of.tho gentleman prvsoiita this tho
ory. Tho buildings given to these quiv
ering antics stand very nearly upon a
line noiiitiui; to the stone depot of the
Illinois Central railroad. Beneath tho
surface of the described lino lies a vein
of quicksand, so said. Tills sand has bo-
come thoroughly saturated with water
by the lateral pressure of tho ilood lu tho
rlvor, and Is therefore of a soft, fclushy
charaotor. Tho running to fro rnd of
tlio trains at tho depot, agitates tho
ground and gives to tlio vein of rnd a
quivering motion that offsets tho sur
faco and tho buildings standing thereon.
In tho nbiionco of any other solution
the above is given; but it is our opinion
that It Is not tho true one. Tho soften
ed stratum, tho gentleman assumes ex
ists, would, In the caso stated, receive
Its motion from tho motion given by tlio
moving trains to tho strata above It. We
can scarcely concolvo that theso strata
could impart a mnro violent action tliau
they tliemsolves had received. To ac
copt the gentleman's theory wo must
not only concede that they could do so;
but that having loaned this agitation
greater than their own, they at once
take It back with Interest. Wo think
that tho stratum of saud underlying por
tions of tho city, being closely confined
and forming a; compact portion of tho
whole, can huvo no distinct action of Its,
own, nlid flint tho agitating forco, Instead
of iticrcus!ug,-lessous as It widens or de
scend. Honco, If tho phenomenon be
charged to tho running of tho cars, It
must bo as frequont as its canses. In
other words, every outgoing, incoming
or switching train, would glvo us tho
Who can explain away the mystery;
or, glvo us a more acceptablo theory?
Hellbron nnd Weil have the largos
stock of ivhiie goods in tlio city. Call
and examine. a3 lw
r ) -f "- ' i-,' . .
Mound C tvcomnlains of an uudesira-
blo adovssioii to her population. Her cit
izens claim thatthomeetingof ourcraud
Jury has scared out all tho thloves. cam-
piers iiud'YMga. that.wero plylng tholrvo-l
cation ii, Cairo, and tliat an umiuo sliaro
of til em' has fallen to tho lot of Mound
City. If tho people thorcuWlll keop tho
obnoxious element moving to a point
forty-two miles above, It will llnd "hail
fellows" und settle.
HON. D. J BAKUB, JR., JUDOS.
WeinMil.iy, April Tth,-Thlrd dy I Frenooa.
The People, Ac, vs. Michael E. Powers,
assault to do bodily injury; nolle enter
ed. Uamiltlon Hargis vs. Wm. Innian, ap
peal; rulo to 111 uppeal bond.
Scott White vs. John E., Mercer, at
tachment; default entered.
T. B. Ellis & Bros., vs. Alfred Cutting,
assumpsit; continued' by agreement.
Bernard Smyth vs. Andrew Cain, as
sumpsit; Judgment against defendant
for $122 40.
Ellis & Meredith vs. Alfred Cutting, as
sumpsit; continued by agreement.
Bernard Smyth vs. John Potts, assump
sit; judgment against defendant for
H. C. Howard & Co., vh. I. L. Hnrrell,
assumpsit; default entered.
Wm. H. 8chutter vs. Michael Howott,
assumpsit; judgment against defendant
for S055 05.
Jeauotte Hudson vs. J. K. Frick, as
sumpsit; defendant enters his appear
ance and continued.
1L & 0. 8oule & Co., vs. Taber fc Jor
dan, ussumpsit; judgment against de
fendants. Adolph Blum vs. H. Herscher, assump
sit; judgment against defendant for$lBl.
Satchol C. Doro vs. 111. Cen. It It., Co.,
case by agreement set for hearing on the
John M. Graham vs. II. A. Hannon,
assumpsit; Judgment against defendant.
Kobert W. Miller vs. Wm. Barker, as
sumpsit; default entered.
II. M. Huleu vs. II. H. Fox, assumpsit;
G. F. Myer vs. Knight & Lester, as
sumpsit; Judgment against defendants.
Jenkins & Co., vs. John P. Gibson, as
sumpsit; judgment ugainst defendant
for $103 13.
M. D. Gunter vs. A. C. Atherton, as
sumpsit; continued for service.
Joel J. Bally & Co., vs. Mrs. A. Barber
assumpsit: judgment against defendant.
Morris, Thornton A Field, vs. Charles
Thrupp, assumpsit; Judgment against de
fendant. William Johnston vs. Mary Johnston,
bill for divorce; decreo pro confesso, ana
referred to Master.
The Peoplo vs. Perry Powers, con
tempt of court; fined $10.
t Wcilnenlay, April 7th, Third day Afternoon.
Tho peoplo vs. James Dinan, robbory:
Jury found defendant guilty, and fixed
ills term In tho penitentiary at ono year.
Wm. M. Williams, adm'r, vs. John
Hogau, rcploviu; first count In declara
Thomas Winter, for uso, &c, vs. Jacob
Lehnlng, garnishment; judgement vs.
defendant for $43 30.
Wm. H. Schutler vs. Michael Hewitt,
attachment; Judgment vs. dofeudaut for
Anderson Menchnm vs. Wilmot C.
Munson, ot nls. forecloso of mortgago;
nppcaranco of defendants entered.
ThariUy, April Slli Kourlli Uayt Forenoon.
Pusey Wiekershnm, for use, &c., vs.
G P. Garner, et als., garnishment; non
suit. Gross & Rszlcrva. Stewart &Co., as
Pusey Wickersknmfor uso, Ac, vs.
G .P. Garner, ct als.; non-suit.
Hamilton Uargls vs. William Iuman,
appeal; ruic to mo appeal uonu.
John 8. Hawkins, for use, Ac. vs.
Henry H. Spencer, garnishment; dis
missed uy piainiui.
Smith A Beggs vs. Williams, et als.
mechanic's Icin: lenvo to amend inter
plendcrs of Thomas nnd Wnrron & Co.
Barton Bobluson vs. John W. Trover,
assumpsit; motion to quasu writ over
William Klugo vs. John O. Miller, ot
als., assumpsit; demurrer to declaration
Mathow D. Gunter vs. Aaron C. Ather
ton, assumpsit; continued for service
juciiaci newitt, tor uso &c., vs. Jacob
j.eiming, gnrniMinient, judgment vs. do
fondant for $315 85.
David O. Deshlerva Geo. B. Ilicka ct
ux; bill for gouoral relief ; master s final
Taylor A Parsons va Chos. Sego; ven
dor's lien. Dismissed by plalntiir.
Taylor & Parsons va Nicholas WI1
Hams: vendor's Hen. DIsmlssod by
Taylor A Parsons vs Frank Williams;
vonilor's lien. Dismissed by plalntiir.
Taylor A Parsons vs Hiram Stewart;
vendor's neu. uismisseu uy piainiui.
Taylor A Parsons vs. Ellen Shortcll,
vendor's lien; master's iflual report ap
proved. Taylor A Parsons vs. Catliarino Mc-
Kaue, vendor's Hon; master's final re.
Taylor A Parsons vs. John Fllnn, ven
dor's lieu; mniter's ttnalroport approved.
Taylor A Parsons vs. Luther K. Parks,
vondor'a Hen; master's final report ap
proved. Wm. Johnson vs. Mary T. Johnson,
dlvoreo; divorce granted as prayed.
William Uradshaw vs. Marcarot Brnd-
shaw, Divorce; decreo, pro confesso, nnd
rcrcrrcd to master to unco proois.
Siphronla E. Farmer vs. David N. Far
mer, divorce: decree, pro confesso, aud
referred to master to tako proofs.
Mr.C. Winston returned, from Now
Orleans per steamer Richmond this
p.m., somowhat imprsved in health and
appearance. Mr. llnrmnn'is still absout.
i'ort I.Ut for the Ul lloura Euuitig- sti
TWO O'CIIICK, jsu, , r
Oen. AudersoD, Coliun.j Win. White, Pudueah!
. . . v.i nit..? iiiaii fit T . . ii I i
H..11.1 Mi'innhli. Mcm.i W. R. Arthur. St Louis:
lion .Uvord, t-t. I.ouU; J. J. Abert, Md City;
KrunaNo.3, Oln.i MlnlnslnpH'N. O.i
Cumborlnd, Kvunaylllcj Louisville. N. O.
Gen.An'lernon. Ooluin.; Wm. Whtto, raducohi
UumueriSUU, iuvaoivuie, jioho mcuiiiii), di. unuj
8am Ilrown.St. IjuUj Norman, LvansvlIIe;
CUy nl-AllOU, vickb.i i.iumu. i,n vi.,
lion Accord, Metropolis! Mississippi, Bt. f-ouil
Tim wffifhnr has been oloudv nnd
slightly showery sluco our last report,
notwithstanding the fair appearance of
yesieruuy uiuruuig. jlu iuu Ynr'auiu
t.ntlin, It-inlilAnt. ti in nnrtnir nansnn If
is impossible to foretell the complexion
.1... ... ll...- .... I.niiu. An
Ol llio nciiuiui iui iiiu uuuia, vui
friend of tlio 'Times' has culled Into
roif.atlnn nur nliilnm in norrnnt nrncnnaM.
cation of tho weather, wo willimako one
i. r I . t , . . I I i . i
.morQ pru)uey luriiia i3.ipeeiir eaiuc
Hon, as follows: Jf the, clouds d,lsap
nenrtwo shall hayo a bright ahd'pl'eaa
ant atteriioon. , , v w
M'lm Mlu.dslnnl is almost AMitirli.watAi-
m.i lii anmn lifnrfi4. mill It la utlll t.la
iUHinitluiuw ii.nwvw) i.i.m V.W DVIII A lS
lug, but very slowly above Kookuk, Tho
Missouri is also rising as far up as heard
The Ohio is falling rapidly from Pitta
burg to EvaiiBvlllo, from which place to
Cairo it Is about stationary. Whether
this will relievo tho country along tho
8outhern Mississippi from tho present
imminent danger of overilow, cannotyet
Tho latest news from Pittsburg show
eight feet largo in tlio channel to that
city, nnd nearly twenty foet wator ovor
the falls at Louisville.
Here tho rlvec haa risen only two in
ches since last report, nnd seems to be
about stationary as our report closes.
Business lias fallen ofl somowhat, but
will not coutlnuo moro than 24 hours, as
much freight is oxpecled forreshlpmont.
The While brought 0 hhds tobacco, 60
bbls meal, 24 wheel barrows for rcshlp
mont to St. Louis and tiio South, nnd
6000 hoop poles, GOskscorn, 15 bbls flour,
and a lot of sundries for Cairo mer
chants. Tho Cumberland brought 67 bbls whis
key, 80 bbls potatoes, lOlibls flour, 11,000
staves and a lot of furniture ami hot
house plants for Cairo, 15 tons sundries
tor reshipment to Memphis and 28 hhds
tobacco for N. O.
Tho Louisville discharged here So bhla
rosin, 208 bxs oranges and lemons, 157
sks Bols D'aro seed, principally for ro
shlnmcut north per rail.
Tho Artliur will recelvo about 350 tons
assorted freight at this port.
The Mississippi discharged) hero 14
bales hides for Cliicngo, and 20 bbls
Bwcet potatoes for Cairo.
Tlio Wm. White, Capt. Northern,
Jimmy Beverly clerk, is tho regular
dally packet for Paducan this evening.
The Armada. Capt. Gus. DusoucL. t, Ts
the regular mall packet for EvatiBVille
Tho splendid and commodiousstcaraer
W. R. Arthur, Capt. Jones, with Messrs.
Cotes and Cochran as clerks, leaves pun
ctually for N. O. this evening on tlio nr
rival of tho train. This excellent boat
has as fitio accomodations and elllclent
officers as can be found on tho river.
ci, JLc, 1c.
TB A. W J3 ,
Iho best in tho market of all klndollil, movablf
and crforivtoti tooth.
lOQ Commerdil Arvntio, comer Twelllh street,
uiarsdtf C.llllO, ILLINOIS.
gAINT ClIAKLES IIOTEIi,
Oair o, Illiuoir-i.
THE ST. CHAKLES HOTEL,
The only riJlHT-VLASS HOTEL in Cuiro
Isiiutr in (lit u.i i i. ...:'.iuaMc ordur for fitsj
TJIOKti VGif. 11 E.VO V All OX
Tho past Summer.
Tox-iXLtii, $3 OO 3Tour 30vr
UnKBK Currliil to and Iriiiu tliu Hotel
free of Uliurge.
Day Hoard, Ticenly'I'ttc DMnrs jier month
JKWKTT WILCOX A CO.,
DYAS T. I'AlllCKIt. JOHN II. l'JIILLIS.
pABKEIt it PHILLIS,
(ieniTul . r
Commlssloii and I'onvariHug Morolnuil?
And Dealer In
liny, Corn, Oati, Ilnm, iiAiI nil KliuU or
OHIO LKVKK CAlItO, ILL.
S. I). AYKllS. u. J, AYCHH.
YEltS & CO., f
OOMMISSIO Ar .V E II Cll A X TS,-
No. 133 OliioLcvce, CAIUU, ILL.
gTBATTON, HUDSON fc CliAKK,
(Siiccusorj to Cuuuingluin U. Stratton,)
Grocers nnd Commlssloii .lercliauts,
IVo. 07 Olito Lcuvo, Cairo, 111.
GROCERIES, BOAT STORES, ETC.
" . Dealer In
1'niully Crocerlo. rrovlxluus, Vcjtatublrff,
A larco simply of Fanny Groceries. Canned Fruit.
etc., alnays on hand. Krcrythtug pure and fresh. ,
H. E. COIt. OF WASHINGTON AV. AND TENTH T,
Q. D. WILLIAMSON,
PU0DU0B AND COMMISSION
2MC B R O IT ivr T, ,
No. 70 OAto Levee, Cairo, III:
Special attention Blvcn to conIfinments and tilling
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES,
Jrsjyisiosxs, Pi otlucc, Coal Oil An
134 Commercial Avenue, Cairo, Ml.