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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING MAY 2, 1834.
" PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
a EORGE HARRISON LEACH, M. D.
PHYSICIAN fe SURGEON.
Special attention paid to the Homeopathic treat
nut of surgical diseases, aud disease uf women
OFFICE On 14lh atreet. oimisite the hut.
Wee, Cairo, HI.
)R. J. E. .STUuNU,
129 Commercial Avp., Cairo, III.
AI'OU, ELECTRO-VAPOR ni M KDICA fKD
II ATI H
A lady in attendance.
)K. K W. WHITLOCh.,
rno No. 1S8 Comniurclal Avntint. hot ween
I'I't'J aud NUti. Streets
MIECTTY NATIONAL HANK.
C)t t 'uiro, I lliiioin.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
A General liankin? Business
iNTERPRiSE SAVING HANK
RXCLISIVKLY A SAVIX(iS HA K.
tiio.s. v. iia:i.idan ,
imuercial Avenue and Eighth Street
I P. 'FF. Vice I'fe-Ll
I T. J. Kcrlh, Ass't rnM
Hros t'a'ro I William K!ue Cairo
erNeff ' William Woif.... "
W Osterloh " C. O. Fatier "
A. Buder " I II. Welle '
J. V. Clemson, Caledonia.;
U E.N ERA'. BANKING HL'SIX KS OuNE.
ichange fold and bought. Interest paid ii
layings ucparuneul. Collections made u;
nsluesa promptly attended to.
8 S a
a C t -2
utual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
anized December, 1883, Under tie
Law of 1883.
essor to Widow and Orphan? Mutual Aid So
ciety, orgaulaed July 4th, 1877, under
the lawn of 1873.
N H. ROBINSON.
ST K ATr N
.... .. ..Secretary
VRD OF DIRECTORS for 1st YEAR.
Stratton, Stratton Bird, ero-.ers, Cairn, 111.,
. Goldstlne, ofUoldstlne it Uosenwater, whole
and retail dry good;C. W. Dunning. M. I.;
. Bd. Med Kx.. for Pensions: Albert Lewis,
nlBalon merchant: J. II. Robinson, county
e an" notary public; Wtn. F. Pitcher, com.
or and Insurance agent; K. II Hai'd, city
t supervisor; M. Phillips, carpmtor and build
'honiAR Lewis, attorney and secretarv; K. V.
f. attorney 4t-law, DuO.uoln III.: K. C. Pace
ler of Centennial Ban, Ashley, III.; Albert
len, caahler of George Connelly A Co., Spring-
, 1.1 ; U. U viunn. aiiorney-aiiaw, k.b ua.i
h atreet. Clilfairo: Hon. Bobt. A. Ilatchor, at
-y-at law, Gharleaton, Mo j H. Lelghtoo,
ler rirst Kationai naun, atuart, towa.
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HA1
?yptian Flouring Mil Is
Isrbogt Cash Prlne Paid for Wheat,
LOUIS C. HERBERT,
(Successrr to Cha. T. Xewlaud ami
Plumb, Steam and Gas Fir,
Commercial Ave , bet. Tenth and Ele
venth Mm ,
CAlkO. : : : IT.L,
D.lve Well Fircc and Lift Pumpa fiirulaln d and
put bp. Ai;uiit for the Celebrated
"BUCKKYK FORCE VmV
the b't t ump cv r liivrn'cil. New (ilia Fixture
lurullied to order. Oil fixture repaired and
fctyjobblnu promptly att"nd:d to. :il'l tf
Patrick T. McAlpine,
Made to irdt-r.
HtL St., bet. Ohio Leyeu & Commercial Ave.
UAlHO, - . ILL
Kepairiusf neatly done at short notice.
Manufacturer and Dealer in
6th Streci, between Com'l Ae. ud Levee.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OP AMUNITION.
Wen Hon'rd. Ail Kiml ot Keys JIad.
The Kejrnlar Cairo & Paducah Daily
ga GUS FOWLER.
HRNRT E. TAYLOR, Master.
UEOH'iE JOUEs, Clern.
Lear Pxdacah forCiIro dally (Stindari eircpt
rdi at 8 a in , and M mnd Citv at 1 p. m. Ri-tarr.-In,
leave Cairo at 4 p.m. ; Mound C'llv at 5 p.m.
Nashville, Paducah & Cairo l S. Mail
Por Paducah, Smithland, Drerabart;. Fddjvllle,
Caiilou, Lover, Clarksviile and Nashville,
S2u 1!. S. KIIEA.
1 S. TTNRK
Leavet ey. ry Monday mornlne at 10 o'clock a.m.
S2u W. II. OHEKJtY.
WM. STR NU M ater.
FELIX UKASTV .Cierk.
L it ( every Fr day niorninu at 10 o'cloc. mak-
lnucloe conui-ctlona at Nachville with the L. A
N. K. li. and .V.it K K. for all points aouth,
with the I'pptr t'umb rland Packet Co., for all
point for the I'pper Cumberland. For freight or
pasice, epply ou board or to W. F. Lamhdin,
Some to jii'ld every time to trcafnent with
Spartanburg, S. C, March 13, li-L
Your moat valnble medlcino rswllt'a Stteciflc)
ha none me so much cood tl at I feel like raviDg
this lit the benefit or thO!"e ho cutler like I did. I
was p lisoned bv poison oak. and caw not a well
day for six years, until I used almol evtTy kind of
medicine, nut none na'l thJ Oesirea ettect. After
UKinn six bottli-s of Sw irr'a Ki'Kciric I am restored
te perfect health with not a sign of that awful
iouMtrn y, l)A id MiSBlTl'.
1 hml fnt I hlrt v.ni fftit r.iH mnffnrnt nvopo anpfnr.
and summer with Poison Oak, which I contacted
in bathlni; u hen a boy. I tried tTiT thine for It,
iiicludiCki manv phvskans, hut withaut any benefit
I took six bolt es of Swift's Speciflc(S. S. S.lfour
year atro, and it cured me sound aud well. Thr e
summers have passed. ard I have hud n return of
It. Joskni Beaslev, Columbus, Ua.
I have had rcxarkable success with Swiffa Soe-
cllic; hve cured several cases permanently In a
very suori ume. une case w men l am now Keat
ing was iilven up to die. aud after using three bot
tles is so far recovered that I think onemore bottle
will cure her. The most remarkable case of all was
a lady with medulary cane r of the womb, for whom
I had no hope whn'ever After using oue buttle I
am satisfied she will oon be cured.
J WYLlEliUII.LIAN, M. D.
Jiasleys, S. C.
Treatise on Blood and Skin Disease! mailed
free to applicants. t
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO..
Drawers, Atlanta. Qa.
N. Y. Office, 15!) W.2:ld St., between Sixth and
flW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
NEW YORK STORE CO,
Cor. Nineteenth atreet) Poirn Til
Commercial Avenue f Vd.UU 111
C. W. HENDERSON,
No. IDA Commercial Ave.,
Sole Agent foi the Celebrated
Manufacturer and Dealer in
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Work.
Builders' Hardware and Carpenters' Tools, TaVe
and Pocket Cutlery, best in tho market. Itogera
llroa.' Plated Knives, Forks aim Sooons, Granite
Iron Ware. Berlin Earthenware. Whiti- Mountain
Freezers, Winer Coolers, Refrigerators, Clotbea
Wringers, Crown Fluters, Stp Ladders, Garden
Implements, Golden hiurOil Moves- best in the
world, Lampa of every desrrii tlon. Klain Oil,
Carpet Sweepers, Feather Dusters, Brooms, Win
dow Screen Wire Cloth, Full supply ot Fishing
Corner 12th aud Commercial Avenue, Cairo, 111.
Telephone No. 12.
W. STRATTON, Cairo. T. BIRD, Missouri
STRATTON & BIltD,
No. 57 Ohio Leyecf Cairo, IU.
tVAents American Powder Co.
J At. B. SHITU.
Grand Central Store.
SALT lUirt M, KCZEMA. SCP.OITI.A, SCALD
ll. n l, Ervi-la,ltt-r, Hives. UnmlrurT. Il:irl?r'a
lull, I'uiiplea. SiinKS. tartiundt. Hani 1'iMsoiiiua
and Pulwpiied Wounds, Kiiigwurui, Sunburn, and
all cjeas.a nt the kin.
Fur Piles, Wounds, Cuts, Tlcers or i'orps, no
rniHly is so pruikpt in sotliifiK ami healing as
l'uiiUin Skiu Cure. It does not smart or burn.
lurutiout in len language! amimpany every built.
NASAL CATARRH, ACUTE or CHItON'IC COLD
In the Iliad, Kose Cold, Brundilal Catarrh and
II A V FEVEIt.
Cleanses the nnstrils, permits natural breathing,
and prevents lnerutalins. snuAles and sneezing.
II ia si.iflccur lor Cold In the Head which
la caused by sudden tliaiiges in the atmosphere.
IhrKlxum in ten languagtt accomixtny tttry Mil,
PAPILLON MFC. CO., CHICACO
TOH BALE LY ALL CRUOG1STS.
For Sale bv
PAUL G. SOHUH,
Special Acts, in this eitv.
"All your own fault
If you remain sick when you can
Get Hop Bitters that never Fail.
The weakest woman, smallest child.
snd sickest invalid can use Hop Bitters
witu satety ana great good.
Old men totterine around from rheu
matism, kidney trouble or any weakness
will be almost new by using Hop Bitters.
My wite and daughter were made
healthy by the use of Hop Bitters and I
recommend them to my people. Metho
Ask any good doctor if IIop
Bitters are not the best family medicine
Malarial fever, Ague and Biliousness
will leave every neighborhood as soon as
Hop Bitters arrive.
"My mother drove the paralysis and
neuralgia all out of her system with Hop
Bitters." Ed. Oswego Sun.
Keep the kidneys healthy with IIop
Bitters and you need not fear sickness.
Ice water is rendered harmless and
more refreshing and reviving with Hop
Bitters in each draught.
The vigor of youth for the aged aud
infirm in Hop Bitters 1
"At the chance of life nothing equals
Hop Bitters to allay all troubles incident
"The best periodical for ladies to take
monthly and from which they will receive,
the greatest benefit is Hop Bitters"
Mothers with sickly, fretful, nursirg
children, will cure the children and benefit
themselves by taking IIop Bitters daily.
Thousands die annually from some
form of kindney diseases that might have
been prevented by a timely use of Hop
Indigestion, weak stomach, irrettuluri-
ties of the bowels, cannot exist when IIop
iiiucrs are used.
A timely use or IIop
Bitters will keep a whole family
In robust health a yoar at a little cost.
To produce real genuine sleep and
child-like reposo all night, take a little
Hop timers on retiring.
That indigestion or stomach gns at
nignr, preventing rest aud sleep, will disap
pear by using Hop Bitters.
Paralytic, nervous, tremulous old
ladies aro made perfectly quiet and spright
ly by using Hop Bitters.
The Daily bulletin.
Democratic County Conven
tion. Iho Democratic voters or Alexander County are
hereby called to meet In their respective precincts
at the usual pbice or voting, in the City of Cairo,
on Krldav eveninu, May lu, lfil, at H o'clock, and
In the county precincts, on Saturday afternoon,
May 17, IS1, at a o'clock, to eo'ect delegate! to a
County Convention to be held at the Court House
In the City of Cairo, on Monday aflurnoon, May lit,
1X84, at o'clock, lor the purpose or electing seven
delegates to Ine Slate Convention to be held in
peo'ia July 1-Nl, seven delegate to the Con
preasl mal Convention to be hld In Cairo June 12,
IHbI; three rteleiiat s to the Appellate Convention
to be held In Ceiitralla Miy 21, and delegate
to the Senatorta Convention. And also to ap
point a new County Central Committee.
The several precincts are entitled t the follow-
in? number oi Uiieites, viz:
H.-cond Cairo 10
Fifth Cairo ..
r onrth Cairo. 7
East fc', Girardeau.
han tu Fe
Total, 53 delegates.
Democrat la every precinct are urged to attend
tho Primaries -Vay 1,'th, and have a voice iu the
selection of good m;u to r present them lu the
Let us organize and make a grand united effort
this year, as our fellow Democrat are doing
throughout the Mite, and victory will ho ours.
Tne Chairman and Secretary of each prec'net meet
ing will furnish delegates proper credentials.
By order of the Deinor-ratic Co. ten. i.'om.
THUS. W. SHIELDS, Chairman
B. F, Bi.ake, Secretary.
Ktouowall .Jackson' DauohU'r.
American girls in London of late
have completely eclipsed tho faruo of
snch professional beauties as Mrs.
L:intr. Mrs. (Vniwullis West aud
Lady Iludlev. Having fallen at tho
feet of Miss Chamberlain, Mary Ander
son, ami Minnie Palmer, they are now
raving over the charms of Julia Jack
son, tho daughter of Stonewall Jack
son. Sho nmt have been riding in
Rotten Uow uhi-n she captured tho no
bility and gentry of the United King
dom, for, in this country at least, her
beauty would hardly attract attention
in a crowd. lint she is the most grace
ful and magnificent horsewoman that I
ever saw. I was introduced to her at
the White Sulphur Springs, Virginia, a
few years ago and rode with her fre
quently over tho difficult mountain
roads of the neighborhood. She seem
ed boru to the saddle, guided her steed
with all the ease imaginable, and chal
lenged the emulation of her male com
panions by her fearlessness in galloping
along the edge of a yawning chasm
hundreds of feet deep, jumping stono
walls and leaping ditches. Her figure
is petite and willowy, but her complex
ion is sallow, and the plainness of her
features is only relieved by the magnifi
cent lustre and sparkle of a pair of big
black eyes. She will certainly aston
ish the Britishers by her rare combina
tion of good sense and culture with an
utter freedom from conventionality.
On horseback she is every inch her fa
ther's daughter, and by no great stretch
of imagination one could fancy her
leading a desperate charge with all tho
spirit and ardor of martial inspiration.
Miss Jackson is juito young, still in
her teens, in fact. Her life has been
mostly spent in the country, and sho
was hardly thrown in Northern society
until a few months before her depart
ure, when she visited Boston, was hand
somely received, and created a genuino
sensation. Her family is comparative
ly poor, having lost nearly everything
by the war. But it is to bo hoped that
by tho way of legitimate reprisal for
tho capture of so many of our heiresses
by impecunious English lords sho may
make captive some wealthy scion of
the British nobility.
A colored man in Henry County, Ga.,
got fifty-seven possums out of one hollow
tree; he sold them all, and the first thing
he purchased was a bottle of Dr. Bulls
Couuh Svrup, the only safe remedy for
coughs and colds.
The Business Out lonk.
Wall Street is said to bo tho pulse of
the nation. Tho good times are dis
counted by the great operators of tho
street. The great prosperity of '7'J and
'80 first showed itself in pries on the
stock exchange. The drotii'iit of '81
and the bad times which fallowed caus
ed depression iu securities which was
not fel in tho general business of tho
country till later. For two years prices
have been ou the down grade, but early
iu February a changed feeling iuanife.-t-ed
itself in" tho street. Tho "bears"
that is the sellers of the market failed
in their efforts to still further depress
prices, ami tho "bulls' took a hand in
the game of speculation and succeeded
in establishing a higher nrtige of values.
Then tho iron market became mote ac
tive. Sagacious busiuess men say that
the price of iron tells tho story of tho
industrial situation. When the quoted
values of that metal fall, it means that
all the industries of tho country aro
sull'ering; but when there is a new de
mand for tools and engines that is,
for iron and steel it shows that tho busi
ness of tho country is reviving. Tlao
price of iron steadily went down from
1SS1 to 1ISS4, but tho February of this
year told a different story. Tho de
mand for iron increased and there was
an advance in its price. There are, it
is true, some bad business indications.
There aro many failures, wages aro be
ing reduced, the bank currency is con
tracting, aud gold is being shipped
abroad but after all wo havo plenty of
currency ami the surplus of last year's
crops is largo. Our population is in
creasing, and the condition of our ma
chinery for doing work was never bet
ter. Tho American people are hopeful
as well as enterprising, and if the crops
this year aro at all cood, they will bo
as prosperous as ever iu tho closing
mouths of this yoar.
This will interest ordinary pcoplo
but won't affect editors iu the least.
If an editor was to, by any chauco, get
hold of a postal monoy order, ho would
think it was an advertisement for somo
kind of a new porous planter and
wouldn't know what to do with iU Ev
No matter how long standing, St. Jacobs
Oil is the sovcrign cure for bodily ail
ments. I suffered from acute inflammation in my
noso and head lor a week at at tune I
could not see. I used Ely's Cream Balm
and in a few days I was cured. It was
wonderful how quick it helped me. Mrs,
Georgia S. Judson, Hartford, Conn.
W . F. aiiuin, river editor of Tb lleu-arm
aud steamboat pasauuger agent. Ordera for ail
kludaofaieamboat Job priming solicited. Olllce
at Bower's European Hotel. No. 'a Ohio levee.
STAGES OK THE K1VER.
The river marked by the gauge at this
port at (5 p, m. 37 feet 2 inches anil fall
ing. Chattanooga, Miy 1, IUver 10 feet 1
inch aud falling.
Cincinnati, May 1. Hiver 20 feet 1
inch and falling.
Louisville, May 1. River 9 feet 5
iuches and falling.
Nashville, May 1. River 16 ft 11 inch
es and falling.
Pittsburg, May 1. River 3 feet 3 in
ches and falling.
St Louis, May 1. River !20 ft 1 inch
C'apt. J. D. Healer, of the Guiding Star,
wired from Memphis that he would arrive
here at 7 o'clock this morning. The Guid
ing Stir carries the blue ribbon aa the
finest boat on the Ohio river. She has also
the largest passenger trip that has come up
the river this season, even larger than the
Springer's last trip up. If you want to go
up the river with style, speed and elegance,
get your tickets from W. F. Lambdin, Pas
The City of Helena from St. Louis is due
to-night for Vicksburg.
The Hopkins and the Ohio left Paducah
together yesterday morning. Capt. Ben
lloward has been very anxious to get with
the Ohio, as he says he wants to show them
how easy he can pass her. Probably he
will be as badly foolod in the Ohio as he
was in tire Chicago races about a near ago
when he went there with his fast horse,
The Andy Baum from Cincinnati is due
to-morrow evening for Memphis.
Capt. W. C. Tichenor, who used to bo in
command of the Cons. Millar in the Cin
cinnati and Memphis packet trade and
afterwards took charge of the Will S. Hays,
was appointed master of the Cons. Millar
again and will run her from Cincinnati up
the Kawawla river.
The Arkansas City from Vicksburg will
arrive here to-morrow eveaing on her way
to St. Louis.
The Ohio from Memphis passed up for
Cincinnati at 2 a. m. yesterday. She made
17 landings and received 30,000 feet of
lumber near Osceola and was out from
Memphis to Cairo 30 hours, which was com
ing up the river pretty fast.
The City of Baton Rouge leaveB for New
Orleans to day. She will have a full load
when she departs from here.
The Belle of Shreveport arrived here last
I night for New Orleans. She is full of ex
I .....,.,:. a ,..i . .:..!, .-:ti
leave this morning for New Orleans. See
W. F. Lambdin, Pass. Agent, or apply on
board for rates.
The Golden Rule left Cincinnati Wednes
day evening and will arrive here Sunday
evenmg on her way to New Orleans.
Travel out of Cair has been very dull
for several days past by railroad and river.
It can be partly accounted for in conse
quence of tho farmers all taking advantage
of the weather by putting in their crops.
The Hudson from St. Louis passed up
last night for Shawneetown, will arrive hero
on her return trip Saturday evening.
The W. H. Cherry from Nashville arrived
here at 12 o'clock Wednesday night. Sho
discharged 30,000 feet of lumber for the
Singer Factory and left for Nashvillo at 9
a. m. yesterday.
We were informed by a prominent steam
boat captain yesterday that thb New Mary
Houston has been purchased by Capt. Lew
Kates, formerly owner of tho Will Kyle.
A Real Necessity.
We presume there is hardly a lady to be
found iu our broad land who, if she does
not already posses a sewing machine, ex
pects sotue day to become the owner of
But after the mind has been fully made
up to purchase one of these indispensable
articles, the question arises as to what kind
of a machine to buy.
It should be so simply constructed that
the most inexperienced can successfully
operate it. The other points mainly to be
considered, and which are the most desira
ble, are durability, rapidity, capacity for
work, case of operation, regularity of mo
tion, unformity of tension, and science
while in operation.
Tho "Light-Running New Home" fills
the above requirements, and is said to com
bine the good points of all sewing machines,
with the addition of many new improve
ments pnd labor-saving devices.
The price is no higher than that of other
machines, and every lady who is tho happy
possessor of c no may rest assurred she has
indeed a treasure.
All who ' send for the company's new
illustrated catalogue aud enclose their ad
vertisement (printed on another page) will
receive a set of fancy advertising novelties,
of value to these collecting; cards, An. Their
address is, NEW HOME SEWING MA
CHINE CO., 30 Union Square, New York.
Thursday Evexino, May 1, 1884.
This day has been mado up of patches of
sunshino and April showers.
Business has been rather activo on tho
levee notwithstanding that it is the first of
the month and tho day usually devoted by
business men to settling up tho previous
The full in the river has checked up until
it is barely perceptable; this is caused by
the heavy rains early in the week.
FLOUR Easy aud unchanged. The de
mand is almost entirely to fill orders, and
sales are all in small lists.
HAY Receipts during the week have
been light and the demand small. Salea
are of choice in a jobbing way.
CORN Stocks are very small and there
is an active demand lor choice dry stock
tor milling purposes.
OATS Steady and firm at quotations,
with fair stocks and moderate demand.
.MEAL In demon 1 nd firm at quota
tions. BRAN More plenty and easier.
BUTTER Stocks are large and the de
mand fair. Only strictly choice is wanted1
EGGS We note a good demand at 11
CHICKENS Choice Block finds ready
sale and prices rule firm.
APPLES The market is bare and de
POTATOES-Uuchatigud and very dull.
Sales and Quotations.
NOTE. The prices nere given are tor sale Tron
first hands In rottnd lots. An advance la
charged for broken lotsin tlulngordera.
S'O bids extra Fancy 5 40
lion hbls various grades 3 5f28 00
lllo Family . M 4 10
100 bids XXX 3K5
SOU bbls choice 4 90
9 cars gilt edge small bale.
Scars i holce, small bale....
J ca s choice
4 cars choice white in hulk..
4 cars choice mixed lu bulk..
i cars In bulk
0 cars choice Northern In bulk.,
No. S Red, per bn. 05
No. 2 Meiliterauean 1 00
8iW bbls Cltv no orden
100 bbls country
.2 80 Q2 90
50U pounds choice Northern Dairy S4Q2A
5Uo ponnds choice Northern 20
ADO pounds Southern Ills lViil!)
4e0 pounds creamery 27(&.!S
t'siO do.en -
Latge choice ,
8 coops choice bens 3 253 50
10 coops mixed 2 SOi 75
For bid choice Ben Davis
" ' Home Beauty.
Small varletlos ,
Choice Romani cs
,...s mm oo
..6 50&ti 00
Oranges 4 OfKJI 50
Lemons , 3 00 530
Choice red a 503 00
Choice yellow : .2 50&3 ou
Peach Blow por bush, nominal 40350
Early Rose per bush nominal
Potatoes per bbl 1 15(2 00
According to size 15 OO&'JO 00
Fine unwashed ltiJ0
Plain tmmi... none
B. C. rUms..., 14
Clear sides 11&13
Sides , none
Nt. Johns ft IS
Ohio River 1 05
54 bushel burlaps.
5 bushel " ....
Peaches, halvos and o,nartor 6M26'
Choice navy : 8 5!13 00
Choice medium i Vii'i 75
Choice, Fuctory 18
Coon 10 to 65
Mink 10 to 45
Red Fox 1 00
Wild Cat..- 10 to 51
Ileav r per pound .. 50 to 2 50
Otter 75 to 6 00
Opossum S to 15
Bear 1 00 to li 00
Cair, Oreen .... 1
Dry Flint choice 15
Dry Salt Jl
Oreen Salt 6
Plum Green . g
Sheup Pelts, dry m. lfxaso
Sheep Pelts, green Iii75
Damaged Hides M- U ot
Common Lugs n fi IKlt nn
Good luge 4 50Q B no
owLeaf , 4 75 00
Medium Loaf , rV'ci T P0
GoMLuaL T BOO t 'U
RATES OF FRBIOUT.
Oratn llay Flonr Pork
cwi. 4cwt. Wbbl. bbl.
Memphis 18 15 i JJ
M.wOr:eaus,.. lu'f W W
Helena, Ark m ?
Kllneston, Mis ! 82 . . JX
Vtckshurg. Prentes House 8 per cwt Blgbsr
Alt other war point below Memphis to New Of
leans, same rate a to Kltneitoa.