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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 20, IS83.
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;VOtAL fAPKHOK CITY AMU COUNTY
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
' on Kor one w-X eenU per line. For one
mouth, fio ceuti per line.
Best stock of staple and family groceries
in the city nt lower prices than elsewhere.
II. & E. Standard Su-jar of all grades, best
line of Coffee and Teas in Caiio, best
brands of Flour in the Creole Purity and
P. &. W. brands.
Send vour orders to us and get your
Roods low. 6t. C. O. Patier & Co.
"I1ackmet.uk," a lasting and fragrant
perfutre. Price 25 and 50 cents. 13
Sek a woman in another column near
Sper VmyarJi, picking grapes from
which Spier's Port Grape wme is made,
that is so highly esteem-id by the medical
profession, for tM aw ot invalid, weaiiy
persons and the ajei. Sold by druggists.
The best and cheapest car starter is
sold bv Borden, SeUeclt & Co., St. Louis,
M a. With it one man can move a loaded
"I gave the child a dose of lDr. Sellers'
Cough Syrup,' and it was all right in an
hour." sold by druggist at 25 cents per
R. S. Gordon, Mt. Carmel, 111., says: "I
have never heard a customer eay that
Brown's Iron Bitters does not do all claim
ed for " -
We cannot help noticing the liberal offer
made to all invalids and sufferers by Dr.
Kings's New Discovery for Consumption.
You are requested to call st Ilarry W.
Schuh's drus store, and get a trial bottle
free of cost, if you are suffering with Con
sumption, Severe Coughs, Colds, Asthma,
BronchitiB, ny Fever, Loss of Voice,
Iloarsencss, or any affection of the throat
or lungs. It will positively cure you. (6)
For Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Depression
of Spirits and General Debility, in their
various forms; also as a preventive against
Fever and Ague, and other Intermittent
Fevers, the "Ferro-Phosporated Elixir of
Calisaya," made by Caswell, Hazard & Cc,
New York, and sold by all Druggists, is the
best tonic; and for patients recovering from
Fever or other sickness, it has no equal. (1)
bucKien'8 Arnica Salve
The Best Salve In the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents pr box. For sale by Geo. E
Farmers and others desiring a genteel,
lucrative agency business, by which $5 to
$20 a day can be earned, send add res at
once, on postal, to II. C. Wilkinson & Co.,
195 and 197 Fulton street, New York.
Worthy of Praise.
As a rule we do not recommend Patent
Medicines, but when we know of one that
really is a public benefactor, and does
positively cure, then we consider it our
duty to impart that information to all.
Electric Bitters are truly a most valuable
medicine, and will surely cure Biliousness,
Fever and Ague, Stomach, Liver and Kid
ney Complaints, even when all other rem
edies fail. We know whereof we speak,
and can freely recommend them to all.
Exch. Sold at fifty cents a bottle by Ilarry
W. Schuh. 6)
To all wko are suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, I
will send a recipe that will cere you, free
of charge. This great remedy was
discovered by a minister in South America.
Send a self-addressed envelope to the Rev.
Josei'h T. Inman, Station D., New York
Bhilou's Cure will immediately relieve
Croup, Whooping Cough and Bronchitis.
New Blacksmith Shop.
A new horse shoeing shop has been open
ed by Mr. P. Powers on Tenth street. All
manner of blacksmithing and wagon work
done to order. Repairing work a specialty.
Work dono promptly. tf
Having purchased the liakery ot J.
Anthony, on Wasthiugton avenue between
8th and 10th streets, I prepared to offer to
the public at all times fresh bread, cakes,
Ac. of the best quality at tlitt lowest prices
lo ba founl in the city. Cull and see mo.
12-lS tf Jacob Latnkr.
Engines anil Saw Mill for Sale.
Two engines and one saw mill complete
to sell, or exchange for lumber by Cuhl
Uros., Dougola, Ills.
Two furnished rooms for rent,
to Mrs. S. Williamson.
at New York Store Early Garden Pease of
all kinds; Sued Corn; Beiins; best stock of
garden seeds in the city, in Bulk nr Pack
ages; Union setts of all kinds.
Michigan and New York Early Hop
Sued Potatoes; 1 car of choice Peach Blow
potatoes just received; full linn of hVld
seeds of all kinds. Plows and How Har
ness, Field Hoes, Garden Spades aud R ikes.
Dos: Tax Due, Notice!
All persons owinu dour-taxes or other tax
es or license will save annoyances and costs
by calling at the city marshal ntuco at once
and paying same. Louis II. Mtkra,
Cairo, III., March 12, 1883.
Ice, Wood aud Kindling.
Northern Lake Ice GOc. per 100 lbs.;
good, dry wood, sawod, tl per cord, and
kindling $1 per load, at Jacob Kleo'i.
Leavo orders at City Brewery, tf
A regular convocation of Cairo Chapter
No. 71. R. A. Masons will be held at
Masonic Hall at 1 o'clock this (Tuesday)
evening. Visiting brothers cordially invi
ted to attend. It B. F. Blake, Secy.
New Goods, Cheap Goods, Good Goods!
On hand and for sale cheap as any living
man can buv ADDles:Earlv Rose; Ohio and
Snow-Flako potatoes; Silver Soap, a set of
Silver Tea Spoons in each box ; Uieese ; uui
tor; Eggs; Canned Goods; Tomatoes; uirn
Peaches: Strawberries: Svrup; Salmon
Mackerel! Pot Luck and many other goods
too numerous to mention at my store on
Please give me a call. Respectfully,
tf Q. M. Aldkn
Notice to Shippers.
The damacre to track on the Texas and
St. Louis Uv. Co.. caused by the recent
hiL'h water haviiiD- been repaired the
line between Cairo aud New Madrid, Mo.,
and Jouesboro, Ark., is re-opened for busi
ness. A. E. Buchanan, supr.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice Id the eommns. tea cent per line,
ch insertion and whether marked or not, if ralcu
Utdt fowanl any min'e biulnea tniwut re
always paid for
Cooking Oil at G. I). Willliamson's
Mr. A. A. Ilaynes was up from Fulton,
Mr. James S. Morris was in the city
yesterday, looking after his property.
For Sale At the Bclletix office, a
12-foot tablefor 2.50.
Members of Cairo Chapter No. 71 R.
A. M. will find a notice of importance to
them in ppecial locals.
The Ancient Order of Hibernians at
tended services at St. Joseph's church in a
body and in uniform lst Sunday morning.
Schoolchildren will find The Bulle
tin scratch-books Nos. 2 and 3 tor sale at
Phil Saup's candy stDre. tf
Married,' last evening at the Methodist
parsonage, by Rev. J. W.Scarritt, Mr. Cullen
B. McNight and Mrs. Belle, R. Thompson,
both of this city.
Mr. S. S. Foster arrived yesterday. He
will take bis wife to New Orleans on a
pleasure trip, on the new steamer City of
St. Louis, next Thursday.
Mrs. R. Fitzgerrld and children start
ed out in a buggy for a drive Sunday. Al
most immediately after starting from the
stable on Commercial avenue one of the
wheels left the axle and let one side of the
buggy down. The horses became a little
frightened, at the disorder behind them
and a runaway was threatened ; but cool
ncsB on the part of Mrs. Fitzgerald who
held the reins, and timely assistance, pro
vented an apparently eminent catastrophe.
A magnificient display of fancy goods
of all kinds will bo made by Mrs. S. Wil
liamson at her opening on Thursday, Fri
day and Saturday. 2t
Yesterday's blizzard probably did
much damage to fruit in Southern Illinois;
it also surprised some of our citizens in
summer clothing and mado them "rush
frantically 'round" for their cast-off winter
garments. But that people are taken
unawares by the weather now-a-days is en
tirely their own grevious fault; nobody is
anybody much, and is truly an object ot
pitty, unless ho or she is a weather prophet
or prophetess of somo kind. A man or
woman can predict most any kind of weath
er and stand pretty good chances of hav
ing it comotrue sometime during the week.
Look out for more weather between now
Andrew Lohr's Gonuino Aromatic Bel
fast Ginger Ale, a pare pleasant and
wholesome temperance beverage, is now
on sale at the leading saloons. tf
The steamer Ella Kirabrough is a Cairo
boat and should receive the bulk of Cairo
business she is the first to Make regular
trips between Cairo and St. Louis and has
a regular hour for leaving theso points
which will be found by referring to her
advertisement in The Bulletin. There is
patronage enough among Cairo busiueis
men to keep her in a paying trade and they
should see that this patronago is given to
her. She is a staunch craft, well officered
and safe. Her round trips will bo made
every five days and by watching her adver
tisement merchants can make their arrange
ments to have shipments mado promptly
Attend Mrs. 8. Williamson's grand
opening on Tursday, Friday and Saturday,
Saturday night a Missourian named
James Beckton was robbed of a pocket
bnok, containing $175, on Ohio levee near
Fourteenth street. Officers Martin and
Mahanny undertook tho case, and on Sun
day arrested a brace of rough-looking fel
lows, whom they had trailed for somo
time, and who, they nre satisfied, were tho
guilty parties. Yesterday tho prisoners
were brought before Magistrate Comings
for the trial, and the evidence doductfd
in tho examination of one of them, named
Thus. O'Bryan, proved both to bo scoun
drels of a dangerous kind. The evidenco
showed that Beckton had his pocket book
in his hands, open, when Patrick Smith, a
towboatman, snatched tho money out of it,
leaving only a fragment of a twonty-dollar
bill to which Buckton held fast. Smith
then divided up with O'Bryan, but kept
much tho larger portion for himself and
deposited 120 in a down-town saloon un
til Sunday, when he drew it out and dis
posed of most ot it in various ways. Only
about $75 in all were recovered from tho
two robbers. One of the strong points
against the fellows is, that the fragment
retained by Beckton fitted exactly into the
missing corner, and bore the missing fig
urcs of the number, of a twenty-dollar bill
which one of tho men had spent at Mr
P. Fitzgerald's saloon. Magistrate Comings
was duly impressed with the gravity of the
case and held each of theculorits to bail
in the sum of one thousand dollars, aud
they went to the county jail.
The entrance to The Bulletin news
and job rooms is from Ohio levee No. 78
and is open day ard night. tf
Magistrate Comings had a day's heavy
business yesterday. Saturday and Sunday
were evidently charged with all the deviltry
of several weeks back and let it all fly ina
bunch. James Eagen was generally mean
and disorderly ; ho was fined fivo dollars
aud costs; Patrick Ryan, R. Barrett, Frank
Burke, R. McDonald and Patrick O'Kiefe,
being carried away with patriorism, had
each and all indulged too copiously in the
article which yields to the government the
bulk of its revenue, and they wero there
fore fined one dollar and costs each.
Mr. Jno. A. Reeve, clerk of the Illinois
house of representatives, was down on
short vacation Sunday and yesterday. Tho
rapid passage of Mr. Linegar's levee bill
was due in part to the fact that Mr. Reeve
placed it at the head of the docket. Mr.
R. thinks the legislature will be in session
for over two months yet, or until about the
1st of June. During this ten weeks it will
be in session four days each week, or forty
days in all; but it will draw pay for six
lays each week, or sixty days in all, thus
cheating the people but of twenty days
service. At $1,500 per day, this will make
$30,000 that will be taken from the state
treasury by the Springfield solons during
the remainder of the session, for duties un
performed; unless, of course, they change
the course hitherto pursued.
Mrs. S. Williamson will treat the pub
lic, the ladies to a grand exhibition of
notions and millinery at her emporium of
fashion on Seventh street, next Thursday,
Friday and Saturday. None should fail to
attend. All are invited. 2t
Capt. Jno. G. D. Knight, of the United
States engireer corpse, in charge of the
government works between this point and
sland No. 40, returned Sunday from Plum
'olnt, the scene of his activity, to where he
had accompanied the Mississippi river
commission whicn passed tnrougn nere
last week on a tour of inspection dowa the
river. The commission made a thorough
examination ot the works at Plum Point
and were satisfied with the general condi
tion of things. "The greateet flood ever
known" affected the improvement in pro
gress there very little. Only ten piles, or
thirty-five feet of the work, were displaced.
In dollars and cents tho damage is merely
nominal. This, in view of the new and in
complete condition of the work and the un
precented flood, is very flattering indeed.
At a meeting ot the school board last
Saturday, Mr. Baily, one of the teachers in
tho colored school, was dismissed, for the
reason, it is understood, that the attendance
in his room is not large enough to justify
the board in keeping him employed. Yes
terday about thirty scholars who came to
his room were sent up-stairs to Mr. Parker's
room, to be taken in charge by him. Com
paratively, the attendance at the colored
school was very meagre all last week, and
unless there is an increase in attendance
soon it is likely that tho force of teachers
will be further reduced, until it shall be in
reasonable proportion to the number of
children who attend regularly. If the
final result is the closing of ho colored
school, only the parents of colored children
will be to blame; for it would be foolish
and inexcusable extravagance to pay out
tho people's money to a force of educators
whose only employment would be to staro
at empty scats all day long, fivo days in
Mr. A, G. Leonard has withdrawn
from the part proprietorship of tho Cairo
Gazette and will goon sever his connection
with that paper entirely. Mr. Leonard is
an experienced newspaper man ; he is a
young man ot more intelligence than the
average colored mun ; a protege of Mr. Ober
ly, under whom he took his first lesson in
tho printing business, in The Bulletin
ofllco, and proved an apt scholar. IIo mado a
good paper of tho Gazette, both mechani
cally and otherwise, and he therefore de
serves a complimentary obituary. He will
bo with the Gazette, for a little while yet,
at the end of which timo Mr. W.T. Scott,
tho colored Republican leader, and pro
prietor of the Gazetto, will probably tako
charge of the paper himself. Mr. Leonard
will remain among us, In spito of some
strong efforts to induce him to emigrate,
and as he Is a live, Intellectual, progres
sive young man, who will not hide his
light under a blanket, it Is likely that his
presenco here will bo feltoccasionally.
A NOBLE LITTLE BAND.
Last evening about 8:!10 o'clock, tho lit
tle steamer Jno. F. Halpln touched our
wharf, having on board a commltteo of the
Indianopolii Board of Trade, sent down tho
rivor to hunt up and roliuvo sufferers from
tho flood. Tho committee was tho sixth
sent out by the board ami It finished Its
work, relieving all they found In need of
anything, from Indianopolii down to Cairo,
and they left tho boat hore, stopped at Tho
Halllday for the night and returned this
mornltitf by rail to Indianopolis while tho
little Ualphln went dowa tho Mississippi to
tho Vuzoo river.
A very brief history ot the work of the
Indianopolis board of trade will bo appro'
priato iu this connection. Tho Board
composed of one hundred leading busines
men of Indianapolis and other cities imme
diatoly surrounding. The object of this
board is similar to that of all such boards
the commercial advantage of the city in
which it exists. But whon, on tho 13th of
last February the first cry of distress came
from tho flood stricken town of Lawrence-
burg, tho board departed somewhat from
its rules of action and assumed the cliarac
ter of a bonevolent society. It was then
tho first committee was Bent, out with in
struction to solicit from tho members of the
board and the business men of Indianopolis
generally, enough money to purchase a cou
pie of car loads of provisions and clothing
for the sufferers. Tho committee met with
unexpected success. Calls for aid came from
other points and the committee continued
Its solicitations. The art nn nf th
board was heralded abroad over
the land and contributions of money
and necessaries were sent to it from every
direction, with instructions to please for
ward them to the needy. This caused the
board to make its work more general; it
sent out distributing expeditions, one af
ter another, six in all, composed of some of
the leading business men of Indannpolis,
who were instructed to investigate the con
dition of things, report the the truth, and
render aid wherever necessary, not confin
ing their good work to any state line or
making any distinction. These committees
did their noble work well; they
reached inland towns by rail and visited
every settlement on the bankless stream,
found nakedness, starvation, sickness and
death everywhere, and in each case lent a
helping hand, giving clothing to the
naked, bread to the Jiungry, medicine
ti tho sick, shrouds, coffins and
decent burial to the dead. Besides the
arge contributions ot money, over five
thousand dollars worth of provisions, clotti
ng and medicine were thus distributed,
and this, with the contribution sent to the
several cities direct by neighboring cities
and towns, including Cairo's modest sum to
Shawneetown, was ample to afford all those
ia want a sufficiency of all they needed.
The last committee, that which landed
here last evening, is composed of gentle
men with whom it is a pleasure
to meet. Mr. N. S. Byrum
is chairman; Mr. V. T. Malott,
treasurer, and Mr. W. P. Gallup and Col.
S. A. Cosser are the general utility mem
bers of the committee. Mr. Malott is pres
ident of an Indianapolis bank, and large
identified with the railroad interests of the
ity, and tho other members of the com-
mitteo are members of leading business
and manufacturing firms. The committee
was accompanied by Dr. E. L. Elder, sec
retary of the Indianapolis board of health;
Col. P. R. Stroupe, Capt. II. S. Watson,
Mr. J. W. Alexander, Mr. Jap. Turpin of
the Indianapolis Daily Sentinel, and Mr. J.
B. Thomr son of the Indianapolis Daily
The committee made its trip down tho
river slowly and found many isolated cases
f suffering. The case nearest to Cairo
was a family near Brooklinjust below Pa
ducab, who were furnished with bedding,
bod, clothing etc. At New Liberty also a
arge supply of everything was left for the
needy in that vicinity. But the committee
ad considerably of a supply left for which
it found no use, and it has decided that the
work of the board of trade is done and asks
that generous communities and individuals
o now withhold their contributions for a
future call, which, it is to be limped, will
not be made.
The Lord Mayor of London was only a
thrter in a warehouse, but he persevered in
poo face of all opposition and rso rapidly.
It is only persistency and merit that has
mado Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup the greatest
family remody for coughs and colds now
tiered to tho suffering public.
THE SUBJUGATION OF THE
BT KODERf B. TAYLOR.
All plans for the improvement of the
Mississippi that have been prominently
discussed rest upon one or two theories:
one, that the remedy for the evils existing
consists, cssontially, in the concentration of
tho water of the river and tho equalization
of its flow; the other, that it consists iu the
subdivision and diffusion of its volume.
The former tioory is the one held by the
commission and adopted by Countess,
though tho other has advocates, whoso
views continue to be urged in Congress and
through the press.
Thvre are numerous opportunities to let
out of tho channel of tho Mississippi large
portions of its water. Tho Atchafayala,
which receives its water from the Red Riv
er, at a point only six miles distant from
tho junction of that with the Mississippi, is
thcro several feet lower than tho Mississip
pi. ' M ho present time tho water ot the
Red rarely reaches tho Mississippi at all,
but for tho most part, flows down tho At
chal'alaya, augmented by a large outflow
from tho Mississippi. It is only whon the
Red is high and tho Mississippi low, that
thero is any flow from tho former to tho
latter. The differenco of level between the
Mississippi and the Atchafalaya increases
as they descend, so that at Plaquemino the
difference is twenty-two feot, and the dis
tance between them eleven miles. On the
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7 Oliio Levee and.
Cor. 8th St. Wash. Ave.
NKW ADVKKTISEM KNT.
N olIchm In thf h rnlllm n I hp.. If tu.a n. Ii... u'. .... .
ooetDBL-rtlon or $10) prr week.
POKSALK.-H!nk. Chaltnl MortcuKi-i, hm clnl
-L W&rrRDtv And Wftrruntv Tli.piU mi th Tltillatl..
J oh office 78 Oh io Levet.
lOUD I. (ITS Knit ml t (ln Wllr..H
J below litli. three lot. and 10. block 15. V,'br
20 each, raaklnu 71 feet on Kailroad "treet and ab
feet deep. Kor purlictilam apply at Bulletin ollee.
iOli SALE Dwelling houxe. amall ilorebouae
and two lott. oonu-r :ih and Lor nut hlnheat
ground In Cairo. S-lSSw WM. 1IAKKKLL.
SOMETHING NKW for fuvaer and Street
mon. Hell at alclit. Semi Mump for 64 piije
catalogue. K. S. HOl'SE. Cincinnati, O.
WANTED-Commerclal Tratelert aud l,oca1
" Airenta everywhere In ihe I'nltert Maiee to
ell "Warren Entire Wheat l'atent Hour." the
only true food flour"; covered by patent"; bualn.a
exclusive. f it A H l.l ri Slll.l.Mta,
M. HS ( lark St., Chicago, III.
JA8. it. am.
KOBkHT a. Ml IT II.
Grand Central Store.
DE ALE l!S IN'
CA1KO. - - ILL.
I will nell at public rale at the late re. I df nee ol
David 11 Thtellewood 1H mllei weal or l'ulaakl,
Saturday, March 21-, 1033,
commencing at 1" o'clock In the lorunoon.
I'eraonal property aaiolluwa:
HOKSKS, CATTLE, HOGS, WAGONS,
BUGGY, UAHNESS, FARMING IMPLEMENTS,
Household and Kitchen Furniture and artlclea too
Terma made known on day of aale.
east bank, nX, Bonnet Carre, the difference
of level between the river and Lake Pont
chartrain is tweuty feet, and the diBtance
between them five miles. At Lake Borpne
the diflerence of level is fourteen feet and
the distance bii miles. So that it is quite
possible to make outlets by which the
flood-water, or, for that matter, all the
water of the Mississippi, could find its way
to tho gulf by shorter lines ftDd lower lev
els than those of the present river. And
when men stand appalled at the sight of
its devastating floods, the suggestion of
quick relief, by outlets seems at first sight
so practicable and reasonable that it is not
strange that it should find favor in many
The reasons which lie against this theory
require some thought for their clear appre
hension, but rest, ns is believed, on well as
The three most difficult factors in the
problem are, the wide variation in tho vol
ume of the river's discharge, the quantity
of tolid matter transported by its current,
and the softness of its banks. If any one
of these three elements wero absent, tho
questions presented would bo coral antive
To contain the river at its fl od requires
a (rrcat chltnnol. Its banks are an friable
that its constant tendency is to make itself
room by tearing thorn down. When tho
flood subsides tho material of which they
were composed is found scattered over tho
broad channel in obstructing bars and
shoals. Over ami among theso tho low
water river has to mako its way by such
tortuous and changing path as it can find
or make for itself. It is then that naviga
tion becomes difficult and dangerous. Thero
is water enough in tho river at its lowest
stago to furnish ample depth for navigation,
if it woro confined in a channel of suitable
width; and it would make and maintain
such a channel for itself, if it were not for
the intorferonco of the floods.
It Did its Work.
Mr. 8. B. Walker, 5 Coral stroot, Lowell,
Mass., says: "I have used St. Jacobs Oil for
tho immediate relief and euro of chilblains,
aud it accomplished both."
Elys' Cream Halm cured me of Catarrh
of many years' standing restorod my lonse
of smell. For colds in tho hoad It works
like magic. E. II. Sherwood, National
State liauk, Elizabeth, N. J.
COLORS AND PRICES.
KKKNCU O It AY,
I V, plnlH,
1 "1 11 1 H ,
Tim nil op nf tliA l'ullll la . tl thn nntMi A.nk
can, enabling thu purchaser to Helm the xct
Nelson County Whisky,
137 OHIO LEVKE.
vSKri Cairo, Illinois.
J)RY GOODS and NOTIONS,
a full line of all the latest, newest colora
and quality. and test manufacture.
CA It PICT UKI'AUT M K X I' .
Dodr I!rus(K Taprstrles, Ii tf'aitja, Oil
ciotns, z sc.
Clothing and Gents' Furnishing
Thl I), partmi'nt occaplei a full floor and
la complete In all n-Miccu. (Jooda art)
guaranteed ol latcM style and butt ma
terial. Bottom Prices and First class (ioods!
$W YORK STORK,
WIIOLKSALE ANT) RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IT TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VEKYCIAXSH
O. O. PATIER t OO,
Cor. Nineteenth itreet I Piiirn 111
Commercial ATenne f UU, 1IJ
N. B. Thistlewooil & Bro.,
GRAIN SACKS and TWINE.
NO. 80 OHIO LEVER,
Cairo, - - - Illinois.
The ane pantonfiur aud freight stoamer
Leavci Ht. Louta for Cairo Tbumdav, March Mil
4. p. m. l-eavea Cairo for Ht. Uiti'.n, an J wa;
landings Saturday, roarco m,o. m.
Nanhville, Paducah & Cairo Packet
The ulogaut and palatial ituamor
B. S. RHEA,
J. B.TVNKR Mimtu
Loavoa Cairo evory Monday at 4 p. m. for Niicli
Nashville, Paducah ft Cairo U. S. Mai
W. II. CHERRY,
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JOLLY II ARD Cl
Leaven thin port evory Wodiienday at 4 p.uf