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UIIMSIIKIJ 11 V JOHN II. OIIEltl.Y A CO.
If. 31. IIAltllKM., ASHOCIATK KMTOa.
MONDAY, NOVEMHHIt lfi, 1BC0.
Uso Under'n Clilll Cure. "It never
b'or tbc celebrated "Durham" winoking
ibacco or agoud cigar, go to llu nun's
Causes, which wo hope to control in
o future, delayed Iho Jhsuo. of Satur.
ty'i paper until after nlghtrall. Tho
tme causeu are chargeable with errors
i tho council proceedings which noces
tate a second publication.
.ii.. l t r i r t T
'jq., has Ibpen named In connection
rJth the BeretaryHhlpof the cnustUutloD
I convention. Its wni. (tin nlrtrlr of tho
iouso of tho last democratic legislature,
ml l.n nll.l 11... ..,.lll.. ..,1(1. 1. In
limself and to tho chtiro Ha(ljjMctionrof
ill concerned. , , , . TJ
rbc Grain Eli-valor to lie Opmed at One.
We have, unquestionable authority for
aylng that the grain elovator or mis
1 . 1 . a . I ! i 1
Hny, win uo uponcu juiujcmniuij.
The improyed facilities "'for exporting
train via Cairo, aud the usimranco given
by repeated tests, that tho route is en
tirely safe, and cheaper titan any other,,
insures to,us, during the eoming winter,
a greatly increased business.
Tli flvttrcr I'ccdNtore,
Mr. D. W. riairilln, corner of Commer
cial avenue wand Twelfth street, advises
tho three thousand eight hundred readers
of tho 'Bulletin1 that lie is still la the feed
huilneM, keeping such a stock of corn,
aU, hay and feed stufT generally an tho
market calls for. Hamlin is the oldest
dealer in feed in Cairo, having embarked
in tho business when young men who
are now ogling tho young ladles, and
thinking and dreaming of matrimony,
wore gumming on Iudiu rubber rnttlcs.
lie has always dealt on the square, with
ills patrons, kept what wa;aieable, and
tave ills business Ills personal and Indl
ridual attention. If you want anything
tn the feed line, give Hamlin a call and
you wlllbc.accommodated promptly and
Cnlrii uiul.tlir (J rent Through Itaiitr.
The Ht. iouls Detriocratof Faturday,
We understand it is in contemplation
i it the J'tttobun: bare owners
their powerful towboata and large bars
on the mute from Cairo to cw UN
lurlni: tiie winter montliH.
Tills in addition to the lln tof barses
'rom the upper Mississippi and Illinois
would be of I in men '0 advantage to grain
.;rowiTi, and to the nortii aud south rail
roads, above Cairo.
We noticed In the manifest or the Bis
mark lHty cratei of ware and n lot of
hard warn for Chicago beside fruit, Ac.
Will til Times of that city look to this
tiling? Tills Ik only tho forerunner of
what U tube, up Mri-um. Wo expect to
Deo n stream of grain going down the II-liuol-t
Central railroad via Cairo, and
thence to .lie Atlantic or foreign ports
this winter. The Mississippi route Is
winnluir and cannot bo avoidedand
will follow slf iutercst. So keen on pa
tronlxing the water route. With a bargo
Inein conutctlon with tho Illinois Cen
tral, Chicago could beat tho lake routa
at all seasons of the year, aud have an
onsn market, and as a consequence
rfieapen Kastern rail freights.
The suggestion contained in the clos
ing sentence is ono that is eminently
worthy of tho attention of Chicago ship
pers and grain dealer. Tho superiority
of tho outlet via Cairo Mid Mississippi
must, sooner or later, assert Itsolf, and
these is no good reason why Chicago
may not profit by it.
Tho fifty crates of ware, etc., for Chi
cago, wcro not taken to St. Louis, as the
'Democrat' would have Its readers infer,
but wro landed by tho IMsmark at Cairo
and forwarded per Illinois Central Kali
road. Tills is, by no maauv, tho first
Chicago Importation received via Now
Orleans aud Cairo; and since It is au as
certained fact that tlicro Is a saving of
freights, equal to about thlrty-thrao per
cent, on all consignments thus forwarded,
it is hazarding nothing. to say that tho
timo Is near at hand, when this charac
ter of freight will constitute a largo por
tlon of tho railroad shipments hence to
First class day noard at Waikor & filn
on's restaurant, at ?o per Week. tf
Fresh oyster GOcts. per can at Win
ter's Delmonlco, Commercial nvpnuo
Shell oysters, game, etc., can always
be secured at Walker A SIssoii'h restau
rant. Nov 2 tf
P. Itielly has a largo stock of hats,
which will ho sold at New York whole
sale prices. tf
House near cor, Washington Avenue,
aud Soventh street. Prico $300.
lw Apply to P. II. Poi'E.
Walker A Sisson's Hilllard Hall and
Restaurant Is tho contcr of attraction for
Grangers and others who would strength
en tho inner man with fresh oysters,
stewed, raw, roasted or fried; quail on
toast, venison, fish or any other luxuri
ous or substantial ediblo; or pass an hour
with tho "cue" in tho largest and hes
billiard hall In tho city. tf t
Furs! furs! I'urs!
If you want to buy furs cheaper than
they were over offered' In Cairo, will call
at P. RIelly'a. He has a good assort
ment, which ho will sell very low, tf
Kiaa to sco tnai iu prcjuuico in i " . ,"""" "u
o agalnit it is wearing otr. Felf cofessed that he and his partner in
. . . t . . . iriiiiriiii'ii iirisniuir in rein nnriwiiiim. t.
merest is nowever Hironger m ixuj "" x zi LZ i e"" .wu s "
ft ISI1SV4 I" "I'lVI wWa , iii.HilvM'
nnm avail I Mi 1m tnn ri uvuil vAIIjiUKUU bUeirUvrjrGUflLlOIlS
It I Villi IIHATi:.S.
An Orgnnlzrtl Ilnml icrntlitf( u I hp
DARIXU KOHBKRY AM) SWIFT ICETRI-IIUTIO.V.
At frequent Intervals, since the close of
tho war, we havo heard of daring rob
bcrlcs, on tho river between Cairo and
Memphis. FlatboaU havo been boarded,
by desperatomen, and tho captains aiid
crows rifled of money, watches, and hucIi
qther valuables as could bo convenient,
ly carried away; and when inquiry has
been Instituted with a view of bringing
tho freebooters to Justice, no oluo what
ever cpul'd bo gained as to their where
abouts). Less than a year ago, a storo
boat was robbed of nearly half its cou
tene, fit a point soma thirty miles below
New Madrld.the ownerNand his assistant
boing bound hand and foot, whllotue
plundering process was going on. Al
though this outrage was committed in
the broad glare of day, the robbers made
good their eseape.
Ono of our .exchanges, brings us the
following parllcaiarlof a "bold 'opera
tion1' and lt quick and fearful punish
ment, that took placo week before last,
.at Island 18, about one hundred miles
beloW Cairo'. MfX'W. Lcs"terlsth6
prbprjetor of a wood yard on this Island,
and bad sold a flat load of wood, to the
Btca'ider Lady Gay. Tho boat being up
bound, took the wood flat In tow, and
when the deck hands Had mplled it of
IU contents, and Mr. Lester hid received
his pay, It, was cast off, with Mr. L. on
board of it. The steamer wai yetln
sight, when a 'eklff contalnlng-two men
shot out from tho shore and rowed di
rectly toward tho flat. Am Mr. It had
made the same trip a hundred time?,
withput molestation, he, of course, an
ticipated no hostllo visit from the stran
gers, and was not undeceived until, with
ft pistol at hU head, one of the two de
manded hia money.
Appreciating the folly of resistance,
Mr. L. handed over tto money ho had
Just recslved for his wood, (about $100)
glad enough that the scoundrels did not
eieci to murUe. liim, Whllo they had
jilm at such an ndvantaiio. Pockktinir
;the money one ofthc robbers got into his
bkllT, and the other was alout passing
over tho gunwale of the flat, when Mr.
Lester drew hN revolver, mid shot him
through tho breast, the body of the des-
falliug back into the flat, lifeless,
iter knew there was no timo to bo
lost, aud turn. iil' int.. ii (In. !!.. t.mi..
who was in the act of drawing 'his pid(o,
fired upon him, (striking him in tho hips
and jbrlnging him down In tho bottom
of tlio 'sklir. lA Untitling shot wns uti
noceMary, as the wounded rascal begged
most lustiiy for mercy and.n an. earnest
of hia sincerity threw hi pistol into tho
Tlio conclusion of tho aflair wo give ill
the language of a St. Louis contempory:
Mr. Lester now took the hkltr in tow
and proceeded on hi wuy down atrvnin
to UU woodyard and delivered tlio
for years between Cairo nud Memphis
nuu mm nu mm vy run own nanus mur
dered four men and thrown them over
board for resisting hi demands. His
name was Mooro and resided near Com
merce, and tho ono killed was called
Burns and Uvod at Cairo.
The Importance.of iho above facts are
not trivial, as they will serve to explain
many disappearances which have been
calied mysterious. One instanco in par
ticular is that in which the sudden dls
appearanco of a young man under simil
ar circumstances, wlthSCOO in his pos
session, gave riso to unpleasant rumors
afrectlnghls honesty, it being hinted
that he hod absconded.
Wo trust that tho confeasion of Mooro
will bo the means of breaking up a
tliolvlng, murdering gang of robbers,
who stop at nothing to accomplish their
ends. Wo havo no doubt that many a
person who has been supnosod drowned,
wliile attending to their business simi
lar to that of Mr. Lostcr, has been foully
Evansvllle is building tho Evansvllle
CarmI aud Paducah railroad, (that Is
"wipe Cairo off the maps") with a hur
rah and a rush! Coming into Illinois for
assistance, sho first applies to White
county for $100,000. White county un
derstanding herself, refused to give n
dollar, by a very decided majority of her
voters and property holders.
Wo are informed by a gontloman who
makes Evausvlllo his headquartere,
there is no purpose on tlio part of th
manipulators of thp project to oxtend
tho road to Paducah. They seek connec
tion with the Cairo and Vinconnes road,
and that secured, their efforts will cease,
in that dlreotlon. By such a connection
they oxpoct to command a good portion
of the trade of Southern Illinois. By the
construction of a road eastwardly to
Mitchell or Seymour they expect to open
up a shorter through lino than thatra
Indianapolis, and this direct tho through
Thoso EvanBvJUlaus are wonderful fel
lows for setf.
A grand ball will be given by the
Cairo Cassluo, on tho evening of Decem
ber 7, 1809. Commltteo of Arrange
ments: F. M. Stock ki.eti r,
C. L. Thomas, Wm. Amu,
M. SiM'Kimuiici, Geouqe Lattxkk.
First class day board can be
secured at Walker and Sisaon's for
$5 per week. Tho bill of faro couslsU of
of tho best in the market, sorved by ex
pert catorers hi an unexcoptionablo style,
Angostura Bitter's, W. II. Schutter.
Solo agent, Cairo, Illinois. oc 25 2m
bnrhondalnnml Soullirm .'Voi ninl
Tlio objections urged by tho Attorney
ueiienii 10 uio uuo to uie real property
donated by Carbondalo to tlio .Southern
Illinois Normal, were accepted in xoroo
quarters as u suiiicont rcanon for re-ad-vertislng
and relocating tlio tho school.
Tho bird was not thus cahily to bo
snatched Irom Carbondnlo's hand. Tlio
defeats were speedily remedied, and tho
attorney General fully satisfied of thn
sufficiency of the remedy. D. T. r.lnn
gar informs us that that tlio title is now
indeieaslable, and that; tlicro la no
probability of any question arising here
after that can occoslon tho least uneasi
ness respecting their perpetual possesion
of the Institution. Since Carbondalo
battled no manfully for it, we are not
among those who would seek to dlspos
sess her of tho prize.
A Commercial avenue houso neodlng
the services of a boy, thought itself ac
commodated in tho person of a youngs
ter who lives In the Fourth Ward a
bright lad, but on who Is "fail" beyond
his years. The boy was duly Installed
in his placo, Cut in a few days the pro
prietor of'lho houso' has causs for be! lev
lug that the youngster was appropriating
small silms from tho money drawer.
That ha might satfaf himself hi this re
gard he set a trap which ths boy fell Into.
That night was $1 GO short; the next day
75 centi ware inlsilng; and the next day
thoroprietorihayloc occaslon to exam
ino lils-desk, wharo lie umally keptn
pocket book containing the bank bills
which "ho didn't feel dlsposeu to leave
In the drawer ho found his papers dis
arranged andeovendollarsof tho money
gone. He immediately accused the bov
of the theft; but tho hardened little sin
ner protested that ho was Innocent with
an' earnestness (hat would havo become
the bldet and most brazen crib-craker
of the times. Before threats of impris
onment, however, tho boy surrendered
and confessed his guilt, and leaving the
house, spoil returned witii the greater
portion of tho monoy.
Tiie boy ib about fourteen years of ago.
Bcj-ond probability ho will pas'? his six
teenth birth-day In tlio state peniten
tiary. t Kiilcmn Tio. U.
j Vor Iho Kveninj? llnHctm.'
i I am composed of 50 letters.
My G2, 13, 23,23, 37, 7, 10, 23, 23, 37 is n
. My 51, 2, 37, 12, 22, C, 4, is whero bayo
nots weru invontod;
My 35, 8, 25, 31, 52, 37, -IS, IS is a pre
My 41, 52, 2, 11, 23, 47, 53 is a language;
My 4S, 27, 10, 52, 15, 23, 48, 1 is an ani
mal. My 1, 23, 30, 25, 20, 11,-13, 53, Is what
an honrst person h sometime. called ;
My 10, 29, 2, 43 is a speces of tree;
My 2.3, 41, 31, 9, 23, 51, 10, 41, 45, 21 is the
Inventor of tho magic lantern ;
My 1, 25, 82, 0, 30, 4S is a copper coin;
My 31, 23, 5, 2S, 2-5, S, 47 h a kind of a
My 37, 13, 11, 4 Is a name anciently
given to Christmas;
My 3, 9, 2S, 8, 1, 4SIs an Insect;
My 40, 37, 28, 13, IS Is a species of eel ;
My 40, 10, 43,14, 10, 41 Is a small mon
key; My 11, 65. 7. 34; 35, 51, IS is a game;
My 29,13, 11, 11, 38, M, 17, 50 Is a kind
of silk handkerchief;
My 10, 32, 20, 53, 10, 33, 23, 5S, 30, 25,
14, 4, 39, 18, 52 Is less than fifteen;
My 40, 41, 50, 57, 42, 7, 2S, 10, 20, C2 is an
instrument for writing In tho dark;
-My 29, li, 2, 49, 6, 43, 19, 59 Is a motal
first discovered In Pern.
My wholo is a very good rule to starvo
by. II . C. H.
Xulema JC. 3.
For lli Ernlng DnlUtln.'
I am composed of 10 letters.
My 15, 10, 0 is a kind of mstal ;
My 2, 14, 15 Is a email troublesome an
imal; My 10, 7, 10, 4 Is what overybody
My 10, II, 13, 12, Is tho namo of an In
My 1, 14, 19,0, Is ncakq;
My 13, 2, S, 9, 17, 19 is tlio mouth of a
1 My 5, 9, 7,14,2, is to guldo;
My 16, 18, 11, 0, 17, 10 13 whaUhosuu
is sometimes called ;
My 8, 7, 12, 15 Is a part of chair;
My 10, 7, 13, 3, 11, 15 Is a lino that cuts
My S, 17, 13, 7, 19, 0 is to separate;
My 1, 3, 12, 14, 8aro alike vowole.
My wholo never was and never will be.
A. D. F.
Arrange 1 1 y g n r a a y n re
c o t k a o h o o f b u w u t p on n, aud
toll me what It Is. H. c. II.
Hr Sim Tar Nalp.
A double circular Saw Mill, also one
sett of corn burrs, lath machine, flvo
yoke of oxon, threo log wagons, with
chains, all in compieto order.
For further particulars apply to Wm.
F. Pitcher, Cairo, or to J. F. Stiver, at
tho Mill. ModudH Junction. Pnlm.L-1 in
Illinois. nnv o 9.' ''
The'l'acllio Conking Ktort.
Because it is tho moro durable, burns
less wood, bakes batter, and is cheaper
ithaii all other cooking stoves, tho Pacific
Stovo is tlio favorlto in ail families
whero it has been tried. It has no su
periors nud noknowledgeB no equals. A
fow days trial will satisfy anybody that
It Is tlio best cooklug stovo ever made.
Any slzo desired can bo had at C. W.
Henderson's Commercial Avenue, third
door below Twelfth street, uov.6 d Im
Ender'a Stomach Bitters J "Tlio best
0 Cairo Lodge No'. 237, aTv. it A 'M
; AAwlll hold a fpeeial foinmtmlnii'tloi!
this r Monday i evening, Nov. 15th, 180(1.
A Jj. 5SS0U lor work in the M. M. decree
Visitors fraternally Invited. By order of
tiie W. M. Cha. Fokskst, Sec'y.
Tho dwelling house of 'squire Jacob
Greer, of Jone.sboro, caught fire, about
one o'clock last night, and nil efforts to
extinguish it proved unavailing. Tlio
greater portion of the contents way saved.
We republish, on our fourth page, tho
proceedings of tiie meeting or the Select
Council, hold on the 11th instant. We
do tills to euro defects In the publication
made last Saturday.
Ilollilny Olfts and Uoad.
P. Baup, 102, Commercial avenue has a
full supply of thoso thousand aud one
things that mako glad the hearts of the
littlo ones, on Christmas and New
Years, embracing all tho quocr, Inge
nious and attractlvo concoptions Ju'toya"
and confections, fireworks, rocket, ro
man candles, fire-crackers, torpedoes,
and everything oiso that children', or
oven old folks, can conceive a want'for
in hla line. All those he bought in the
best markets for cash and Intends to aelli
them at a reasonable profit, which deterl
initiation on.his part, places them at a
lower price than llko articles wero nvcr
sold for in Cairo. V
Remember, that!02 Commercial aven
ud is.iand will continue to be head
quarters for holiday goods, Call there
and see. nov!5dtd,
Bcmalnlng unclaimed In the Post Of
flceat Cairo, Illinois, on Saturday, Nov.
Bonner, mhttlMary J; Burk, mrs,Dr
Crattlck, mrs Harriott; Conway, miss
Louisa; Douglas, miss Nellie; Darl3,
mrs Susan L; Fisher, ml9sSuo E;Hnrrls,
miss Lorlna JjIIInes miss Mollle; John
son, mrs Emma; Murphy, mrs Mary;
Miles, miss Surah ; Nixon, mrs Nan J:
S'uart, mrs Emma u; Smith, mrs Mary;
Stayers, mrs Jenlseo; Smith, mrs Nancy;
Smith, miss Lizzie; Thompson, mrs
Sophia, TVisdom,mrs Wlnnso.
Braiitng, Wm G; Brown, P; Burpo,
Boocher, Frleding; Bricker, A M box
1072; Carmcdy, Martin; Campie! John
E; Courtney, J M; Clement, Henry;
Caryell, Eugene; Dally, James; Dlnou,
Dennis; Erneth, Josoph: Farguhar,
Joseph; Gordon, Thomas; Graco, Spen
cer, Gill, John Jr; Hodges, AO; Hoally,
Frank; Harney, Henry; Heller, II M;
Hull, John J;- Hession, Tim; Jones,
Jopepli; Munson, W C; Marshal, Simon;
McDonald. H H; Mather, II C; Wesicv,
Chas; McMakin, D C; McMakln, A J;
Mcllale, M; Neal. Chas; O'Conner,
Thomas; Orille, M; Proctor, John B;
Ko.indtree, Sam; Spiers, W L; Silver,
H AjSImmonds, CS; Thompson Warner;
Trlrer T V; Trtioblood, N A; Winder
Ben; Wright. C; Winters, C C: Wil
liams, Goo; Woodford, John; Walker,
John ; W J A & Co ; Young, A M.
Mrniornniluni or Ilclallf.
Cairo Ill's., .Nor, IJthlKJ.
At a meeting of tho Hibernian Flro
Company No. 4, and tho Bough and
Beady Fire Company No. 3, hold this
evening, the following plan was adopted
for tho trial of tlio engines.
The time for trial or small Engines
shall bo on Thursday, ISth inst, at 2 p.m.
The time for trial of large Engines,
"Ocean" and 'Hibernian" shall boon
Thursday 25th Inst, at 2p m.
For small Engines, tho companies shall
tiKoaud throw through 2 sections (100 feet)
hose, .with inch nozzles.
Tlio It. and P.. to havo the first trial. of
ten minutes, to be followed by the Hiber
nians for ton minutes, and soon alter
nately until threo trials uro made, the
Judges to start and timo them.
Tiio placo for trial to bo on Washing
ington aventio between Sth and 0th
Tho President of each Company to ap
point one Judge, aud if tho two Judges
cannot agree, they to appoint a third,
tho Judges to bo disinterested parties.
Tho President of each Company to
mako arrangements forwator, and tho
expenses If any are Incurred, to be shared
by botli companies equally.
In tho trial of largo Engines, the same
rules bhall govern excepting in else of
nozzle, which shall be Inches.
The.Presldentfl appointed tho following
For B. and R. Flro Company No. 3,
Capt. Georgo D. Williamson
Hlbomlau Flro Company No. 4, Mr.
Wm. T. Beehwaut,
Prest. B. and R. Flro Co.No. 3.
Prest. Hibernian Firo Co. No. 4.
J. B. Tayloii, Sec'y.
Ercrythlng that cau bo found in any
dry goods house in the city, cau be 8e.
cured at P. Blelly's at cost price or less,
as ho is determined to close out. tf.
niiNliu'hH House for Heat.
That eligibly situated business house
No. 8 Thornton's block, Tenth Htreet, Is
for rent. Apply on tho promises.
i2lnwn tnil Miff.
A full supply at Blelly's, nud going aft
at actual cost. u
A partner In a shoe adop,
O. Uox 307.
A IlRBSUOBSe ISldslffSNCSIf.
Ewy person who sends 3 M lo Ih'e.NUFJX CKit
lUKY'Tulllcntlon Co., t ChsiltontH, C.,'receiTts
ttiMiupetu roafiasioe jor pn Yesr(Ma a copyoi
thcr or Iho Wavorly Wort Is of tbe works of
Dickens thst ids; to ueiirntie:. tipoclaua bbsbi
Ith.promlum list, M etala. sslf w9ss
Ike Hammltt, Clunibm; Belie Mcm-
J'Oiih; a henna, St. LouN; Ar-Lotil.-;
i!u si L,,ii,. tin
It u sty,
Smltlihind; De.Br, Loul-vIHe;
-"It Kvaii.MVllle.Lewt lin,, Evans.
Aeeord Mound Cltv: Wm.
y me, raiitiouli; 1 Brandies, .Memphis;
Belle far. Louis, Memphis; City of c. iro,
Memphis; Jhdgo linker, Cmeyvllle; H.
Buker, EaMporl; Hemilalor. Wnllsvlll...
ttM.I. ... -
Mathie Belle, Mtiysvilli.; Fornyih, Vicks
IkcHammllt, Columliiis; F. Brnndies
Evausvlllo; Luweilin, Evaimvllle; Clara
Scott, Evansyillo; Jurlgo Baker, Casey
ville; Be itussey, MisaUippl river;
"Mathie Beiio, St. Francis river; Arthur,
k!a9; l"f,ia,y N ! Wm' Wliltf, Pa
ducah; Bllo Memphis, Memphis; Bello
I3u JjOUII . Hf. Tifili.M Unit A -j.
Jxmls; City of Cairo, Ht, LouIh; Forsyth,
flU LOUis; BfiMllator. Fort Smith a Im.
ona, Cincinnati; Itubieon, Vfekbuig
.iTho weather has hoch alternately
clqudy and clear twice In each 24 hours'
tot three day past. Tlio clear spot oc
cur at night ho that the sun hn.i not won
.seen, for over u week, i-xcent this
mdrning, wlien liis outline only, became)
visible for short time through tho clouds.
How wo do appreclalo sunshine and
health when we are not In possession of
The river linn fallen eight Inches sinco
The Mississippi and Missouri aro sta
tionary, with ix and a half feet tleam
boat water to St Louis and evu tot
measured with the "stick." There Is
only eight feet four inehet. below.
TheOhi.-N unchanged at Plittburg,
with 2 feet in the channel. It i about
tho same i.- LouioVlllu with three leot
threo lnche. in iho i hkhI. Threo feot
and a half on Wmkcr'n i)ar.
Tho Dexier anivei. here at .11 a m.f
Sunday, after nuieli trlhiil.itlon, ai.d lays
hero until to-morrow uvoniiig loading
for N. O.
Tlio Indiana clou red forN. O. last night
with 900 tons eeelv'd hero.
Freights fur tlio Ali.hilo and Ohio B. It,
havo been w plentiful for the past fow
days that the Coluinbu packet could not
carry it all, aud a largo I irgo was laden
with tho overplui and towed down l,y
tho packet. Three hundred and four
bales cotton was brought up from Colum
bus yesterday for rtfrililpiueut Eufct per
All the boats arriving do more or less
business here. Tho smallest amount
transacted was by the Maltle Belle,
which lauded here to citable thu inuto
to buy a plug o,' IiiImuok. V directid
that gentleman to where hoeould obtnln
the desired article, and he Informed us
thathls iKiut being very miimU, wan going
to bring cotton out of tiie tributaries of
tho St. FraiiciUo the main river. Mic
can carry 150 balei-, eacli trip
Tho White, Capt. Northern, is the reg
ular packet for Padiieuii till ovajjln.
Capl.Chart. T. Jliiuft., Agont.
New .Unrrlnco (iulilr.
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50TJIK WORKING CLASS. W sr now pr
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tcni of tittinr x ciuily earn from WVi. lo ti pr
TtDlnr, nd irnwrlinual sumbjr ilMoting lli'lr
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