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HIE HAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; TUKSJUY MORNING MAY 20, 1884.
light Cut No.
hoAIIRTTll Smokers who uro willing to pay
iu;ie inure iur viiian-'ucB uiui. tuu )in,:u tuurguu
the ordinary tritilu Cixnrultt'a will tlud tbe
SUPBKIOIt TO ALL OniEIIS.
her am mado from tho brightest, mom doll-
loly II ivored and hie est cost of jrold leuf grown
Virginia, a u are absolutely without adulter
d or drut!.
me ue tlm Genuine French Itlco papur,.of our
u oireci impoiiauou, wnicu ! mane especially
us, water marUuii wlili the numo of tliu brand:
Richmond Straight Cut No, I, .
each Cigarette, without which none are gena
. liana Imitation ol thl b and have horn put
Ku!. and Clt'iircite moi.er are cautioned that
;ri In the Old and Original lirund, and to observe
it each puCKHfu or box of
HKaIH THE hlllNATUHE W
LLEN & GINTER, Manufacturers,
W A TT W I I tvoiy wburo to
uiunu 'uimui' sell New Lump
irnur. No more ; rouble to move wicks. Kvorv
lully wants It. I'lt any lamp. U.e tamu irlobo.
lie at HUriir, unco i) rn r tor $1 10 any su
es.. Holler Lump Iluriior Co., 7a Murray St., N. Y.
1 ou Jainos Itlver Va., til a north
ern settlement, illustrated cir
cular Iree. J. V. , ANC11A.
Nothing Like Them.
ltenson's Caprine Porous Planters are beyond
comparison the Dent, i'lompt, dire. i'r'toltnc.
ISEVKN OltK AT MONAKCIIIKS of the Ancient
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lonir publisher., thi'b what could hu HAITI KJl,
rejoicing DoiiK-u iverer audi a war Ih ih pio-
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b low Hooks for examination before payment
evidence of good faith.
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he Science of Life. Only $1
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lltv. Premature Decline In Man. Errors ol
luith, and untold miseries resulting lrom India
tlou or excesses A book for evurv man. vouuir.
IdiUe-aged and old. Itcon'ulns lis prescription
nil acute anu chrome diseases, each oue ol
jilch la Invaluabte. bo found by the Author,
lioseexporionco fur Hi yours Is such as probably
ver bolero tell to the lot of nnv nhvsicliin. :)0
knos, hound In beautiful French muslin, oinbos
u covers, mi pui, L'liurante.u to be a nuer worn
ev, ry sense mechanic.!, literary mid nrolei-
mal than any other work sold In this country
r$i. 50. or tho money will bo refunded in every
stance I'llco only SI. Ou by mill, boat raid.
lusirativc sain le cento. Scud now. Gold
jodul awarded the author by the Natlo' al Medical
ancciatiou, to tho i fllcern of which ho refers.
tnts book should be read by tho young lot In
uctlon, nnd by tbe Bimetal for reliut It will
notlt all. London Lancet.
There in no memher ot society to whom this
KioKwiiinoi e useiui, wnetner yoiiin, parent
hard'an, Instructor or lerg man. Argonaut.
Aua.-ces too reabody venicai institute, or l)t
ti. rnrker, No. I Hnlniici street, U8ton,
ass., who may be consulted on all diseases re
il-ln? skill nnd experience. Chronic nnd obMI
to diecacs that hayn imllled I I 1P A I tbe
ill ol all o bor physicians a
t'.ty. Such treated sue- T I I VC LA I li1
iclirlly without an Inst- 1.11 I Orjlil
cool faduro Mention this paper.
30 UNION SQUARE KtWYORK.
TOR SALE BY
II. Steagala & Co., Cairo, 111
1' fcnlta nMiwInUffll fit tmm el tb
boatnotd and tuccemful snecl.lliW In the V. &
(now retired) fttr ihBciire of JTarrvti PrtllUtt
kM Manhood, H'eafeMflMftnrt Juv. Hnl
tuptala sealed aoTdopekv. UtURgliUcanaUih
Addrtw DR. WARD CO., UuWio. Wgi. .
chmond Strait Cut Cigarettes
If Wl 5tff.
Q.EOUGK 1IAKRI50N LEACH, M. I).
PHYSICIAN it SURGEON.
(ipcclal altenUon paid to tho llomeopalhlr. treat
ment of surnlcal dlaeuae., aud dlseaavi of women
OKfc'ICK On Mth afreet, op.pi.mto tho l'oit
olticii, Cairo, 111.
JJU. J. E. STUONU,
129 Cumnicrrlal Ave., Cairo, 111.
VAPOU, KLKOTUO-VAPOU ahu MKIMCATKD
K lady In alteudance.
J)K. E W. WHITLOCK,
Orrioa Ho. 136 Coinme-clal AeTlOL, h'jtwoen
Cirlf) and NtMh Htrent
rpiIECITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo, Illinois.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
A General Bankinff BnsincHs
SKPRISE SAVING BANK.
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS A K.
TltOS. "W. IIAl.LlOVV ,
Commercial Avenue and Eijlith Street
P. nttOSS, President.
H. WKLuS, Cashier.
I P. NSKK, VlcePres'nl
I T. J. Kerth, Abs'I ciihu
F. Bross . Cairo I William Kiulo. Csiru
IVterNeir " William Wolf.... "
0. M Osterloh " I C. O. Patler "
15. A. Under " II. Wells
J. Y. Cleinson, Caledonia.-
A GENERAL BANKING HUSINKdS OONK.
Exchange Bold and hoiight. Interest paid li
the Savings Department. Collections mudo and
all business promptly attended to.
ffl raj ?3
a 5? o r,s
03 .-' S "
Patrick T. McAlpine,
2 5 O
i CO tq
Mnile to rcler.
8th St., bet, Ohio Levea Commercial Ave.
UAIUO, - - "ILL.
Kcpairiug neatly done at short notice.
J-m 111. INOE,
Manufactarer and Dealer In
rJth Street, between Com'l Ato. iid Levee.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OP AMUN'ITION.
Safes Kesalred. All Kinds ol Koys Made. .
The Eeffnlar Cairo & Paducah 'Uaily
4 GUS FOWLER
nBNUT K. TAYLOR, Master.
UKOltOK JOUEo, Clerk.
eavos P.xdocah fnrOsIro dally (Suudays except
d) at 8 a. in., and Mound City at. I p. m. Knturn
ng, leayes Cairo at 4 p.m. : Mound City at B p m.
By MEDD1S & S0UT1IWICK
TRUSTEE'S SALE !
071 acres of Laud,
In n.illard County, Ky., nearly opposite
Ut Court lloiiso Door, In Loulnvlllc, Ky.,
MONDAY, JUNE 2d, 18S4,
ut 1 1 A. M.
As trusters of the rredltorol It. . llerr, dee'd,
I will, on Monduy, Juno'Jd, li-Hl, at 11 a. in., at the
(!niirt lluuse door. In the oil v of Loulxvlile, Ky.,
ell to I he highest hlddir, (Kl acret of river bot
tom and bill laud, In Ha lard Couniy, Ky, nearly
opposite Cairo 111., known as part of tbe Cochran
tract and adjoining the John Hois one thou
sand acrs lVr further particulars address the
TKUMS itiiB third cash, balance In 1 and tf
years, with 8 percent Inierest and lieu.
JOHN I. HE HU, Trustee.
MKHDI8 & BOUTUWICK, Auclloiieets, Louis
CAIRO LIVERY. FEED and
Commercial Av-, bet. Cth & 9th 8tiJ.
Good Turnouts at Reasonable Rates.
tfyilorscu bourdoil uud woll (ih'hI
TKLEPIIONK NO. 1:1.1.
LOUIS 0. HERBERT,
(Suecesscr to Clias. T. Newlaml anil
Plumbei, Steam and Gas Fir
Commercial Ave, bet. Tenth anil Ele
CAlltO, : : : ILL.
Dilvo Well Force and Lift Pumps furnished aud
put up. Agent for the Celebrated
"BUCKEYE FORCE PUMP'',
thebiwt pump over Invented. New (Ins Fixtures
lurnlshod to order. Old fix l tires repaired and
tjy-Jobblng promptly attended to. 319-tf
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Hie Largest Variety Stock
IN TI Ih'. CITY.
GOODS SOLI) VERY CLO SE
NEW YORK STORE CO,
Cor, Nineteenth street I r'u!. 111
Commercial A vnnne ' ' HIH'. Ill
Commission Merchau fs,
CLOUR, GSAIN AND HAY
Hfebost Cash Prl"P Pid for Wheat.
It la a ImnSVlcw vefrctal.le synip, very delicious to
the tnxte. Relieves nt unce ami is a positive cure.
WINTER and BRONCHIAL COUCH
arc cured by this excellent remedy,
IHrtctiont in ten languaqa accompany terry battle.
ALL DISEASES Olf THE BLOOD, STOMACIT,
Livr'r, HnwelHand Kldiievs; fir nil diwasi'snrinin
atlnir In inipnirmeiituf the blond, n Anmnia, Hick
llt'aditchp.Nirvfiisiii-m, Kctnale XVcakniRi'H.I.Iver
Complaint, ltyippnulii, Jaundii-c, HilinuBiii" nnd
Kidney Dimuir's, thin mrdli lne la almnlutely sure.
Thlsnieilli-lneiliirs not contain snv mineral, is ab
solutely vegctnldp, ri-stiirin the lilm,d toahfaltliy
condition, rcBulnllnir eiirwa and supplying de- Jk
flcUfiicIrs, ami prevents dlseajie.
DirtcHont in ten language accompany every bottle,
PAPILLON MFC. CO., CHICACO.
FOE SALE BY ALL DEUOQISTS.
For Sale bv
PAUL G. SCIIUII,
Snecial Aits. in thin citv.
"l?- .Wl;ll -t
For Salo bv
Og THE HUMAN HIY KaLAKOKD. PKVkr4
uvtiriiwinnfic mug run.ui cm p imt.. in rmny t
uirioa we will i".v tt't thifrM?TQTvit?uooo7Tr
piigt'ittnm. Un lha contrary, tlio advert IsVrHaro
(i r r -
Tory nitfiny innnrt'ti, iunTtn.nMi iwrvnn.i may fi
oalt'A 'cinVilarVrTyTntpnTitartiriilririt by addrt'wimc
w.....ti n'. ii.Ha'. J lj u i i M li fi
Tho Daily Bulletin.
OUtt COUNTV DEMOCRACY,
(lONt'LUDKI) FRDM KOUKTIl PAOK.
Hcmlrickv, Mr. I. F-inilxikpr, Mr. P. W.
Uarclity, Mr. L hiIh Uutbcrt ml Mr. N.
Suntttorial Cuiivuiition, Capt. Tliomiis
Wilson, Mr. Henry QoHhimtii, Mr. M. J.
llowley, Mr. Putnrlt Sullivitn, Mr. J it mo
II. Muluuhcy, Mr. Gdnrfio 15. O'llitrt nnd
Mr. H. F. Uliike.
A citminitteo of llvu to soloct it new
County Cuutrul Ctuniuiitt'u ruportud itu lot
Iowa: dipt. Thou. W. 8liieltln, Mr. James Cur
roll, Mr. Itielmrd Filzntld, Mr. U. b
Uluko and Mr. W. E. IlomlriukH. At Imge,
Mr. Jiiiih'8 II. Muloiihey nnd Dr. A. V,
Whilo tlteso coimnittouH woro out Cspt.
Bliiulda roitd a citctilur lio had rccuivud
from the Statu Central Committee, in which
tlm iloriiro wuh L-xprocUi'il that all thu Coun
ty Cuntrul ('oiumitti't'S ulnuted iKitin this
canipii'iKi) hIioiiIiI lmlil their ofliccs until
tho 1st of Jitntmiy 18H7 mid that thereafter
the terms of thesu committees should lie
two yeaiv, in order that encli cninpititi
may uotllud a new nnd inexperioncud Cen
tral Coiuinitteu in churo of putty nll'aiia in
Homo (liHtuission w in nroed up in the
proposition to unlitro the County Central
Committed tollfieen, or one uteinher from
each precinct; but thu mit'tor was llii'tlly
settled hy ttinliori.iii thu committee nreed
upon to appoint a uu inlier in each precinct
should it be deemed desirable.
Resolutions bcinj then iu order, dipt.
Shield oflercil thu lirst which expressed in
strong terms a dusiro for the rcuoininatiou
of Pnntuel J. Tilden f r President upou tho
platform of 1870. Tho resolution was re
ceived with several rounds of appl'iuaa from
the convention and audieiico and was unan
A resolution institictinir tho delegates to
the Judicial Convention, for Jno. W. Burton,
voted upon by precincts, wad tinaniinotiBly
carried and enthusiastically applauded.
Another, instructing tlm Senatorial dele
gates to vote for Hon. D. T. Linoyur for the
lower house of tliu Htwto LeKislnturo was
also received with marked favor. A vote
by precincts proved that all tho precincts
in the county, excepting the Fifth Cairo,
had inBtiticted for Mr. Lincgar. Tho Fifth
Cairo had instructed for Mr. W. C. Mulkoy.
Hut a motion to make the instructions for
Mr. Lingar unanimous, made by Mr. R.
Fitzgerald, Chairman of the Fifth precinct
delegation, was adopted with every tvi
denco of general satisfaction.
A resolution instructing tho delegates to
tho Congressional Convention to voto for
Hon. P. E. Albright was carried through
with the same strong proofs of general satis
faction and unity of sentiment.
The delegates to the Senatorial Conven
tion were instructed to voto for Hon. Geo.
V. Hill, of Murphysboro, the resolution
going through without a dissenting voice.
The delegates to the Congressional Con
vention were furthor instructed to vote for
Hon. Thos. Wilson as candidate for mem
ber of tho Board of Equalization.
Tho delegates to the Slate Convention
wero instructed tor Hon. Carter Harrison
for Governor and our own Jmlgo F. Dross
for Lieutenant-Governor; and lastly, the
delegates to the Judicial Convention were
further instructed to vote for Jacob O.
Chance for clerk of tho Supremo Court.
On motion of Mr. P. Mock ler, tho dele
gations woro all instructed to vote as a uuit
upon allquestiongarising in tho conventions
which they were respectively to attend ; and
each delcgnto was authorized to appoint a
proxy in case ho could not himself attend
tho convention to which ho was appointed.
The work of the convention was now con
cluded, Hon. (Joo. W. Hill, who was pres
ent, was called upon for a specli, and ho
responded in a brief talk in the course of
which ho thanked the convention heartily
for its support and stated that he would
visit every precinct in the Senatorial cam
paign, doing his share toward arousing the
Democratic party to action, and would use
every endeavor to conserve the interests of
the people of the district at lurge after he
should be elected.
Mr. Llnegar was also called upon and
after expressing his thanks ha made one of
his ringing littlo speeches on the tariff, that
held the audience spell bound with inter
On motion the convention adjourned, and
in party history it is entitled to a placo in
the first rank of tho model political con
ventions of this country.
Mr. Edward Henry, Pinegrove, Schuyl
kill county, Pa., writes that, having had a
limb crushed and his riiiht arm paralyzed,
he was completely cured hy a few applica
tions of St. Jscobs, Oil, the great pain-
A True Word Spoken in Jest.
The Washington D. C. Star says: Senator
Pendleton, in conversation with several sen
ators, 68 ti bis defeat, remarked that he
"was beaten by Payne and Standard Oil."
"Wby Pendldton," said one of them, mak
ing jest of a nrloua subject, "you ought to
have got St. Jacobs Oil, as it conquers
To this tho Baltimore Evening News
adds: "Tho compliment thus paid to the
pipnlar household article referred to, by
one high in the councils of the nation, ii
daily receiving hearty endorsement in mil
lions of homes."
V. K :.Anni, nvnr editor ol I'm IIi'mhtim
and ateaaiboat pasamuor auit, Orders lor all
klniUnrsloaiiilmat Job irlutlii solicited, (titles
alliuwor's Kiirooeaii Hotel. No. Ulilo levee.
T.vtiKs or inn imvkh.
Tho river marked by tlm gnugo at this
port at 0 p, m. ii') feet 0 inches and fall
ing. Chattanooga, May 10. River 5 feut3
inches and fulling.
Cincinnati, May 10. River 13 feet 8
Indira and rising. r
Louisville, May 10. River 8 feet 7
inches and falling.
Nashville, May 10. River 7 ft 0 inch
es and falling.
Pittsburg, May 10. River 5 feet 0 in
eh and falling.
St Louis, May lO.-River 10 ft 7 inch
es aud falling.
time it iticms.
Tho James W. Gall" from Memphis ar
rived hero Sunday morning at 7 o'clock,
laid over until thu arrival of all thu mm li
ning trains and departed for Cincinnati at
noon. Shu dona well in the passenger lino,
but had a light freight trip.
Tho Hello of Hhrcvcport arrivod hero at li
o'clock Sunday morning from Nuw Orleans.
She had a good passenger trip. iVparled
for Cincinnati at ii :'M.
Tho Andy liauin from Cincinnati arrived
hero at 1 a. in. Sunday, Hho had a big
trip. Departed M B a. m. for Memphis.
Tho Dexter from Kvansvillo arrived hero
at noon Sunday and got skinned hy tho
CJa(l'. Her through trips to Cairo has been
very unsuccessful, and it is intimated that
ifthoydonot prove more profitable very
soon they will terminate thero Sunday trips
The Commonwealth from St. Loula pass
ed down Sunday night for Vieksburg. Sho
had a good trip.
Tho City of New Orleans arrived here
early yesterday morning and departed last
evening for New Orleans with a full load.
Mayor Ruuil and Chief of Police James
Geary both of Paducah went hack on
tho Fowler yesterday with their colored
prisoner who robbed a gentleman of fiOO
that was a guest of Mayor Reed at the
Richmond llouso in Paducah.
The Golden Itulo from New Orleans is
duo to-day for Cincinnati. Shu is one of
the best boats that lands at the Cairo
Thu Pans C. Browu from Cincinnati will
arrivo hero to m irrow morning for New
Tho lino electric light Btcamer Buckeyo
Stato is the popular packet duo this even
lug for Memphis. Capt. John Thornburg
Is chief of ceremonies. If you want to go
down tho river this evening get your tick
ets from Passenger Agent Lambdln,
The New Mary Houston loaves Cincin
nati to-morrow evening for New Orleans.
Tho Wyoming follows tho Golden Itulo
and is duo up Saturday for Cincinnati.
Tho Arkansas City loaves St. Louis this
evening for Vicksburg.
Tho Belle from tho South passed up lor
St. Louii last evening.
Tho City of B iton Rougo leaves St. Louis
tomorrow evening fot tho Crescent City.
The journey from tho wharfboats to tho
top of the leveo is a matter of some conse
quence to thosn who lmvo to mako tho trips
frequently during tho day, as the rivor is
JfE l Reno, tho clerk of Tho Halliday and
the ladies' man of thu samo popular hotel,
made a flying trip to Paducah Sunday on
the Gaff, in company with two popular
young ladies of Evansvillu who havo been
visiting friunds aud relatives of this city,
Ed went as far as Paducah and returnod on
tho Fowlor yesterday. Ila was nly absent
24 hours, but looked muchly improved.
Tho B. 8. Rhea from Nashville did not
arrive until 8 o'clock last night. She was
detained ou account of hoavr business.
She arrived hero with a fine trip. Sho do
parts on her return trip for Nashville at 8
Tho body of a whito man was discovered
yesterday morning lying in front of Tho
Halliday. He had been in the water somo
time judging from his decomposed con
dition. The B. S. Rhea made another false alarm.
Sho failed to come through yesterday tod
will turn back for Nashville to-day.
Rheumatism is clearly a species of blood-
poisoning j. that is, tho blood of tho victim
is prcgnated by unhealthy and obstructive
acids that penetrate tho entire system and
give rise to thoso racking pains that render
lite a burden. 1 he reason that Athlopho
ms invariably proves efficacious in dealing
with tins disoasu is, that It at once attacks
tho cause. It enters "the lifo curront, and
its action drives out the poisonous humors
that have impaired thu circulation, deprived
the muscles of their natural functions, and
so stiffened tho joins as to mako them worsa
than unless to tho unhappy victim of rheu
matism. The most delicate persons enjoy taking
Emory's Little Cathartic Pills, give a whole
some appetite, put new life in a broken
down body. 15 cents. (5)
Tho ivi arlcot
Monday Evening, May 19, 1884.
The weather Is clear and cool with a
fresh wind from tho south west, ,
The rivors are on the down grade and
going with a rush. Tbe principal streets of
the oity are dry and dusty and the street
sprinklers are kept busy, .
Tliu market I without change. Tbero
is a steady demand for staples sod moder
ate stock to draw from,
FLOUR Steady and unchanged. Stocks
aro fair and movement light.
HAY Receipts have been mora liberal
and stocks aro fsir. Tho demand U mod
erate and prices firm. '
CORN Actlvo demand and fair supply.
Choico tluds ready sale,
OA.T8 Plenty and very' dull. Quota
tlons are a shade lower.
MKAL Firm aud unchanged.
llllAN-In rnir.supply and niodcrato de
mand. RUTTKR -Full stocked and dull. Choice
country U held Bt 1(J cents outsldo figure.
EGGS Tho supply is limited, but pros
pective hot weather will keep prices down.
CIIICKENS-l'lenty and slow sale.
STRAWBERRIES Aro arriving more
freely and prices sro unsettled.
POTATO Kd-Nt w aro plouty, dull and
KmIoh unU Quotations.
NOTIt. Tho prices hers mvonaremr sales from
Aral hands In round lots. An advance Is
charuedlor hrokeu Intalntllllnsordors,
1' 0 bids intra Kauc.y
M bids various urades ' .
4 lril ill
... ft 40
-n (i'i mi
010 his l'ni v
J bids ClllllCS..
It cars Kilt edtfii small bale , in oo
Bears i holno, small halo M 1,1 00411" 00
ilea: a nil mid.
Scars rholio while In hulk..,.
4 ears choice nil mid In hulk.....
Hears vlmlcu wliltu In hulk
B cars In bulk ., s4
H cars tliolcu Noriliutu In bulk W
No. II Hod, pur till ....
No. V Mudiloraiiuaii,
MSI hhl (lltv on ordurs OOfll 15
WO bbls City , X ija
StV) pounds choice Northern Dairy art
WW pound" choico Northern W
noo pounds Hoiiihnrn Ills . 15&MI
H) pounds criiaiucry ii
HX) doxen - , 11
tHH) iliiKen U
Lnt(e choico , .
tii U 00
a coops choice hens ...8 Oftfoa RO
0 onops tnlxud I itti 7ft
5 cuops hoes ,, a (JO
Tor Mil chotco lien Davis, nominal jr.. ..B BftiM 00
" ' Itomn liuauty, sauiu 66011 W)
Nmall varieties, sumo 4 no
C'lmli'.u Koinatii es, same .... 4 00
Uenalotis, samu . ,.,. ..... 3 DO
cral 3 003. BO
No- potatoes, per bill .., 8 007M RO
Htrlin beBiis, per boi 1 tuxij,! lift
l'easu, pur box ,. , 1 01 rjO
....4 ooa so
S 004 030
t.'liolcered,.... g (hqo, 00
CI10I00 yellow . 5043 00
1'oncli Illow Dnr bush, nominal irvnan
Karlr itose per huali nomlnaf
ruiuioes per 11111 , 1 75 00
According to also is CdftlO 00
Tierces ,, 01
Buckets , , j
riatn limns non,
B. 0. Hums M , 14
(Hear sides itu
Bhoulders , noaa
.. 1 OS
i bushel bur
5 bushel "
reaches, halvss and quarters AM'S'IK
1 ma on
... to. 71
Choice, Factory.,. , jj
Coon.. '. 10 to es
Mink 10 to 4S
Red Koz , 1 00
Wild Cat... 10 to 61
Bcavi r per pound 50 to a Rt
Otter m 7BtoS00
Opossum . 8 to 15
Bear ..! 00 to v 00
Green Halt. .......... ......
HhcuD Pelts. drr
HheeD Pelts, ereen.
.. . . . ......... w. 1, m .
ftommon Lag , ..m nm 00
uooa inys 4 go 5 011
Medium Leaf s Bna V FA
GorLaf... I sutat S f 0
RATES OF FREIGHT.
May Flonr Pork
Kcwt. Wbbl. fJbbl.
is ft as
on bk M '
Rsiana. Ark lrU U an 50
n vurjeans,,,...,,,,., ii'L
ltli. A I
Klineston, MIsS .... jV saV 48 MX
Vlckshnrx, Prentess House S'4 per cwt Btlflbor
All other wav points below Memphis to Nsw Or
leans, same rates as to Sluieitoa.