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HITS tf IE CUT,
or or5BBoi.T rocKr.
THK BEST IN I'SK-Knilr-r.'s Chill
Drawers and L'ndcrshlrts, nt nrrlflro
at P. Jfcflfa fco TOph)"! Uw :
Cliasod, seal and" ornamental ring of
erery pattern arc made to order by
,Ahow uppiy ofCainiooU aniLGaltrfrs
wf-d at V. S'efTi, Nn. W; Olifi'i
UT&.tT - v '; "
Fkcsu Egg' and Yellow Hiittor-cnn )
wayt be'had, itond tliojBdvertlsmiictil
"Greslet Work of tlic "Arp," In this ia
pth a ' A mayl8d3ni
'''stcut your lnterwlslnd read tho ad
vrlifcmnt t Oroati-t'Work of tho AstV'
In this paper. mayi8d3w
Pitcher k Henry' largo itock of hard,
ware, cutlery, tools, stoves, tinware, rti,
will be sold without regard to cost.
JraT received at Mrs. C. McGcc's,aflno
atiortment of Misjks' and Oiiildbkx'r
taox, of every stvle nnd description,
Everybody usei Wizard Oil, and Hnr
clay Droi. cll It cheap for cnh. Tnt
ronlze home Initiations. Buy from the
It not unfrequcntly happens that the
Individual who doesn't care to lmve the
calves of bti lcgi anapped off, has to give
the ildewalk to a drove of fighting, cap
ping, worthless dogi.
Mn Ed. H. Barder, late ticket ngent of
the Illlnola Central railroad, In this city,
died In Chicago, yesterday, evening, of
typhoid fever. Mr. Barber was well known
In Cairo, nnd enjoyed very general respect
and confidence. Of a genial, sociable na
ture, warm-hearted, kind nnd obliging, he
won the friendship of nil who were
thrown In contact with him, whether In
the line of-business or pleasure. Illsdonth.
will bo earnestly and deeply ltmenu-d by
all who knew him.
A number of tho tuoit prominent and
influential citizen of tho noblo old com
monwealth of Kentucky havo united to
gether to form afid recommend to the peo
ple at large, for patronage, a very attrac
tive prlzo tchenie; and wo arc glad to he
ablo to lay that the inducements are so
great, and tho security for tho faithful per
fortnanceof all promises so strong, that It
places the whole thing entirely above sus
picion. Wo will be happy to furnish any
of our friend Information on the subject
ir to aid them In securing ticket.
A New York preacher says that "no
man who uses iplrltou. liquors can get to
heaven." Of course h meant such execra
ble poison as is retailed In th Empire
City. In vitwoftheundenlabloexcellenio
of the old whiskeys, pure brandies, spurk
ling wines, and creamy ales sold by Pat
Fitzgerald, of the Sun Flower saloon, no
Cairo preacher has ever ventured it llko
declaration. Indeed, we have beard men
say that everybody who patronizes Pat's
Uvtrsges li immediately jmosoied of n
serenity of soul, a christian fortitude and
resignation, that make this mundane
sphere of ours as good a heaven as he cares
about. That everybody may share In this
felicity Put has fixed the prico of his In
comparable Cincinnati lager beer at 5 cents
glass, and everything cite at ninna half
what it Is really worth.
The finest Billiard Saloon In Smthcrn
Illinois can also be found In connection
with this popular establishment. tf.
Be sure to read tho
'Greatest Work of the Ace," In th
It Is to be regretted, perhaps, that tin
proposition to subscribe $10,000 to the
capital stock of the Kentucky nnd Tenne.
seo railroad company, has not excited
more opposition than has yet developed
Itself. The absence of actlvo opposition
has begot an Indifference, or uver-vonQ-denco
among the friends of tho measure,
which promises the usual result of such a
condition a light vote. If there were us
man y as a half dozen tireles.
posd to the proposition enough to quick
a tie public pulso a llttjo there would
U sn affirmative decision of the question
Monday week, of a character too emphatic
to adroit of any doubt as to the will of tho
people. But In all the city a half dozen
out-spoken enemies of railroads cannot 1
twed. Excitement, therefore, is out of
quettion, and without excitement, n
Ml vou U titter polled.
mA, UUAUS, tTC, lUlAI-KU THAN
etT at ?UQCU c,K". 'uff. Pipe
aied bv tlB ,! 8Ucn w,'lt!W"t dam.
Shi. lvuT flre,8Md the
Za 1 refltt' tff overhaul
getting rid of" , t0"' f
Beans what he sy, l ,i7 Ure"l"-
vinceallwhomay ,u' fc" m" COn
alncerlty. To XuT Mm f hU
sTi.,iii... iuStH he will
j uuvrinettU, had , .li ,
will give bargain, they ttl 1'"
.1.- in ,,T ' " Hur nowhere
' . inylOfit
Will the people avoid ....' j. .
using a genuine article, which Is
safe and has the reputation of u.n .l
Ui in use? It is the Aurora oil n
give a brilliant light, and tan bo had at
W Ohio Levee. Call and Kti the cheapest
RADICAL MASS CONVENTION.
A DHAI.I. ATI!ERINTHe DEM -MTKN1V1IITK8
The Hadiotl Mass Meeting nt the Court
House this nftcrnoon was a tame nflitir.
J no. Wood was called to tho chiilr, nnd
Sam Davis appointed sccrctnry. Ilcsldcs
theso there wro only nino whito ltadicnls
presont Old Mnn Artor, Young1
Man Artcr, Patrick Pope, A. Cummlngs,
A. M. Word, Cnspqr Yost, Ja. McCuno
A. A. Arrick nnd Chas. Ncllls. The negro,
Bird, with three or four other negroes, was
outildo the bars. Anticipating n crowd of
negroes, with tho slate niadoup, tho nbove
nnnicd white men organized 'timl crowded
tho business 'through. W. K. Brown, .1.
,l,Blni, (colored), . W.McKnlg and J tut.
Wood were Appointed dolcgaics to tho Con
gressional Convention, and Chits. Artcr, P.
II. Pope, Chin. Xcllis nnd Casper Yot al
ternates. Clias. Artcr, P. rJaup, J no.
Woods, of.Oleor Croak, nnd P. II. Pope
were appointed delegates to tho Senatorial
Convention, nnd A. A. Arrick, Win. Scott,
(colored), Chas. Casey nnd K. M. Wood
THE CUSTOM HOUSE.
A KirtTIIEU APInOIHIATION
The general npproprliitton bill, wilch
was to have liccn introduced In Congress,
yesterday, covers nn item of SCO 000 for
tho prosecution of the work on tho Cairo
custom house. Thcro is every reason for
believing that this appropriation will be
Our representative, Mr. Crobs, has been
giving tho matter tho closest attention, and
in pursuading tho committee tongrco tip
on $00 000 bus Improved upon the work
of his predecessor, satisfactory as that
work was to both Ilndicnls nnd Demo
crats. Only n short tlmo ugo Mr.
Crcbs secured nn npproprintiou of ? 10,000
tocompleto the roof of tho custom house,
etc. II o inked for $25,000; but thcro was
a cutting down of nil tho items, nnd Cairo
only shared tho fnto of tho others. But ns,
In tho twobills, Mr. Crcbs hus secured us
$70,000, we hnvo no regret to express
over what ho didn't got. Ho has shown
that ho Is giving tho business of his con
stituents closo attention and, although ho
has ''only introduced four bills," wo feol
very much llko Insisting Hint ho has shown
himself an efficient representative.
BaIIOAINsI JtAKUAI.Nrtl A good suit of
clothing for ton dollars, at P. Xi-fl", 70
It turns out that Uillhoifer, DuzoiiIh and
Devlin wero more seriously burned than'
was supposed. Although a week hus
elapsed since the lire, they are still con
fined to their room, and two of them to
As nil of them ure young men who do
pcn:l for a livelihood upon tho labor of
their own hands, they aro illy prepared for
a protracted confinement.
Jut rccolved ut P. Noff's, No. 70, Ohio
Levee, n splendid lot of spring Casslmcres
Coating nnd Vesting, which will bo mndu
up in tho most fashionable styles, and nt
prices to suit tho time, n perfect tit guiir-
antocd or no sale, tf
The Comet band "loys" havo determined
to supply themselves with a new wt of
Mlwr Instrument with their own funds,
und thus escapo tho weight of any obliga
tion to tho public for losistuno. Tho !et
will cot about $1,00.
Ik tho good i-euse of the reader fulls to
detect tho typographical error in our re-
Krt of tho sales of tobacco nt tho Ballard
Tobacco warehouse, Thurday, ho will ur
rive at tho conclusion that tho salo was nn
extraordinary one. It was our purixtso to
say that tho prices obtained ranged from
$7 CO to $.10 00, but tho compositor de
feated thnt purpose, it ml said for us that
the prices ranged from $7 10 to $30 0001
"Don" hoists u Kttlo mure "Greek Jlro"
Into tho lladlcnl camp this uveuing. Bead
his communication headed "Tho Situuiion
rilOTOUlUI'IIMVilUlOU li A I'll S
Go to J. O. Bugwoll, Photographer,
corner Eighth street, und Ohio Levee, for
pictures. Carta do Visiles, etc. Iluvlng
mndu arrangements with somu of the Wt
artists of our largo cities, ho respectfully
solicits orders for copying nnd pnlargo
ing old pictures. Call ut hi rooms nnd
too specimens of work In thnt lino,
ii mini S i- m
A IKDKLIUM: III.KXIhU,
Nothing will restore tho skin of the
head to its original fuirncss, after It tins
been turned of it copper color with hulr
lyes, 1 ct none of thorn will produco tho
rich natural hulr shades brought out bv
the usu of Phalon's Vltullo, or Salvation
for tho Hair, u preparation clear and trans
parent, and which does not sUtlu tho skin
Sold by nil tho druge;It nnd fancy good
fMST OK Till: NKAKON
Kinlncn, Sclter, und Blue Lick
Wuters, and all tho other varloty of
waters from the celebrated sprincs of Oor-
many und Ainoriea, on draft and for salo
i u muurica, on urau una lor salo
io gln gallon or barrel at tho drug
i of B.T. Whitakor. No. 108 Commer
avenue, Cairo Ills. apll'Jif
Matthus, ic Uhl, Ohio Lvoe, havo fifty
dozen straw hats inhere, und uro nnxion.
to give .omebody a Ktm llHrguill ,n ,hum
t.all soon. 3
Offlcora mid tnombers of Arab tiro com
pany. You aro hereby respectfully
notified and rcqustcd to meet at the
hall of the engine houio on next Monday
evening, May 23d, at 8 o'clock, precisely,
n business of Importanco will ba brought
beforo you for your consideration.
By ordor of II. WINTER, Prest. '
Attott A.KSCHBAGK Vleo-Prest.
2t Taos. J. Kkrth, Sec'v.
Tuekk was no meeting of tho city coun
cil Inst night. Two or three of tho mom
bcra met, but they were not joined by a
sufficient number to form a quorum. Af
ter waiting nwhllo thoy adjourned until
council in course.
Tiik Illinois Central Itallroad company
received eleven hundred barrels of Nich
olson pnvlng comont, this morning. It
was brought up by the steamer Continen
tnl, nnd is destined for Chicago.
Tiik next meeting of tho Southern Illi
nois Tcachors' association will bo held in
August. Tho place of meeting hat not
been determined upon,
As the citizonsof the neighboring town
of Anno will "throw their latch stringi
out," nnd bid everybody welcome, why
shall thoy not be honored by the presenco
of tho Association.
OLD Mil., THE HTKAHOAT BCTCIIKI.
Tho gay and irrepressible Phil Howard,
tho popular steamboat butchor, desirea us
to inform his river friends that ho was
somewhat disfigured by tho kto fire, but la
still In tho ring, happy as a largo number
of "big sunflowers," and feeling twlco as
well as nny "morning star" that over glit
tered. Uo has opened in tho basomcnt of
tho Magnolia Saloon, on tho Ohio Levee, a
short dislnnco above his old stand, where
ho will bo glad to "wring the honest hands"
of his old friends and servo them as ac
ceptably as ever.
If tho St. Louis Democrat and Cincin
nati Gimmereial desire to intensify tho in
terest of their river columns, they will
copy this notice If there Is any charge,
a sight draft on tho "old boy" will be
cheerfully honored. It
Tiik Old Folks Concert, for tho bonoflt of
Kov. II. Brown, pustor of the A. M. K.
church, will bo hold in School's hall on
Tuesday evening next, and not in the A.
M. K. church, as stated yestordoy. Tho ar
rangements in progress foreshadow a musi
cal treat of decided excellence; nnd, as tho
object is n deserving one, tho house should
bo filled to overflowing. Tho' prico of
tickets has been fixed nt 25 cents.
Tukke Is another lull in police circles
a lull that has scarcely been interrupted
during the week. No fights, no" drunks,
no disorderlies nothing to adorn even a
fist paragraph in our local columns.
A rnEK American citizen of African
descent, who resides on Commercial Av
cuue, abovo Twelfth, hungered after "hog
und hominy," yesterday, and seeing a pork'
cr basking In tho sunshine, near at hand!
tho way to provide himself wit lithe "hog,
was at once suggested. Tho animal's blood
wui promptly drawn, and the dark-hued
citizen was progressing favorably with the
flaying process, when ho espied an officer
of the law. His guilty con
science smote him, and Instcud
of openly and boldly pursuing
hit work, he gathered the carcass in hi
u r ins nnd concealed it under tho sidewalk,
This movement excited the policeman'i
suspicions, and tho colored chap was in
continently, gobbled. Tho owner of the
hog was found, tbe facts in tho caso were
laid U'fore 'Squire Dross, and anothor
boarder whs forwurdod to lllchard, in the
person of tho uforesaid African.
Tho telegraph has informed tho public
that Mr. McFarland (or Klchardson) was
tho other day tuken seriously ill. On Sun
day alio so far recovered as to bo able to
start on it Journoy to Now Orleans, and
will probably puts through Cairo to
morrow. If tho does, she will undoubt
odly visit Put Fitzgerald's Sun Flowor Sa
loon, and settle hor nerves by copious
druughtsnf his Cincinnati Lager Boer, of
which article ho always keeps on hand a
frcrli supply, Mild give it away for 6 cents
a glass. If tho will not drink his boor, she
will not surely go back on his fine whis
kies, brandies, Wines and cigars; as will
not also tho public. Mrs. McFarland and
tho public know that Pat Vitzgerald knows
how to keep saloon, and they will patron
ixo him sure. tf
IIOI TK lll.inUT ASB THIUHTT I
Know yo thut at tho Egyptian Brewery
Saloon, corner of Tenth street and wash
ington avenuo, can bo found, in their
greatest purity, Weiss Beer, Seltor, Kissen
gen nnd Soda Waters, tho real, gonuino A
No. 1 Lager Boor and Wines, Liquors,
Cold or not meals set to order. "Come,
listen to tno mocking bird I''
May 0,1870. dim
Judok Allen and the other Cairo law
yer who were in attendance on the Jack
son circuit court, aro again at home.
Tho Continental is tho only cook stovo
with sliding oven doors. Warranted in
all respect. Pitcher & Henry, at 192
Commercial avenue, cor. 12th street.
J. Geo. Steinhouso formerly of tho St.
Charles Hotel, has oponed a barber shop
on tho corner or hlglitli street and Com
mercial avonuo, (Perry Housed and with.
skillful assistants is prepared to execute all
business Incidont to the profession in tbe
most scientific manner, and to the full sat
isfaction of his customers. ap)2Sdlm
COLUMBUSIM Fit A MM.
Just as we aro going to press wo received
information of the destruction of Colum
bus, Kentucky, by lire. Tho Flames are
sweeping from one end of
tho city to tho other, and
little hope is entertained of saving any
property. Many families hnvo bcon
thrown almost naked and pennylets upon
the street, and the greatest alarm and dis
Bear in mind that tho Flora Onrden is
tho plestsantcst plaro of public resort in
tho city. It is now wearing its most al
luring garb, and tho gentlemanly proprie
tor give all who como a cordial welcome
The gates will open to-morrow, and ns
there are hundreds of mon women and
children in tho city, who wish to escape
from the parching heat and choking dust
of the city, why not visit tho Flora Garden.
There will be good music to listen to, re
freshing drinks, nnd sports and nmucmcnt
F. FISHEB, Proprietor.
Mrs. C. McOkk'b display of millinery
and fancy goods attracts crowds of visitors,
and whon one finds out how surprisingly
low her prices are, tho impulse to buy be
comes irresistible. Furthermore, Mrs. Mc
Ooo is a very pleasant, deserving lady, re
spected by everybody who knows her and
whe doesn't know her? It is worth tho
while to look through her stock, whether
you want to buy or not. No trouble to
show goods in that establishment,
THE COSSTITl'TlONALLir BILIUl'K.
No two parts of tho human body more
strongly sympathize together than the
Stomach and Liver. When one is de
ranged, tho other is generally out of re
pair. And at no other period of tho year
are they so liable to becomo deranged as
now, and thus lay tho foundation of disor
ders which will rob life of its pleasures,
and, perhaps end In death itself. Tho
stomach now requires an anti-bilious tonic,
tho liver needs toning immediately, and
the blood ought to be cleansed and purified.
Perhaps you do not rcalizo the forco of this
statcmont; but, nevertheless, tho necessity
for observing it docs exist. Bo warned
in time, and seek safety and exemption
from dlscaso by using Mishlor's Herb Bit
ters' every day, regularly. It is a certain
cure for all diseases arising from n disor
dered stomach and liver, and a reliablo pro
tection to all who aro constitutionally pre
disposed to bilious complaints, mliipod
Pan AUt, Caluntbut; Milbrey, I'adueah,
Colorado, Ml. I,rtlll, PtrolU, tlo
OIIe Hraoch, do II. Ainoa, N.O.
lUngatner. do HilrrrHprar, do
J.Lumdn,Nihrllle; Boas;, ilo
KaU lUblaaoo, M'phls; Moin Ktrt-,ilo
HrllaUl. Leuis, Clnn.i Continental, do
uuickslep, KfanaTilla; Tom Km; L.ultlll-;
Mek Cajiejr, CsmtvIIIk; Loulstlllt, do
Mllbrxsr, Paducah; Dan Abl, Columbus;
Pslrolla, do Colorado, Vlrkaburci
OUT itraaoh. M. O.: H. tnui. Hu I-onl.?
Louisville, do Katoltoblnauu.m.Loul
niiTrppraj,tjB'?innail, ionnprmai, no
Mollis Ebon, do llrlla HI. I)ill, do
ulcklrn. EYanlll ttni-alTlgvr, do
inplra, Nashville; Tom Mine, , . do
Mck Casey, Cuswltle; Hoax, Loultrtllr
Weather opened this morning with a
slight prospect of rain but soon cleared olf
and at present writing it Is extremely hot
and U still heating.
Tbe river has been almost at a stand
owing to the swell In the Cumberland
The Mississippi is still falling slowly.
The Ohio is falling with 4 feet fi Inches
in the channel. Also at Cincinnati and
Louisvillo with 6 feet 2 inches in the chute
over the falls.
The Cumberland Is swelling with three
feet larger on Uurpcth shoals.
Business rather dull.
The Lumsdcn brought 171 hbds tobacco
for the South, 200 pkgs buckets 360 pkgs
Iron, UO sacks hair, 25 do sumac, 142 bdls
paper and a large lot of sundries for St.
The Quickstep brought CI tks wheat for
Chas. Gallagher and 1,400 sacks corn, 117
bbls whisky, 7 hhds tobacco and it largo
amount of sundries for shipment South
most of which was taken by the Louisville.
The Quickstep was detained yesterday
taking freight from the sunken Bob. Moore,
which she put off at Paducuh.
Tho Continental discharged considerable
freight for Chicago and bits a good trip for
The Lumsden Is the regular Nnshvillii
packet this evening.
Tho City ofEvansvlllo Is thoEvnnsvillo
packet on the arrival of tho train.
Tho Milbroy and Petrolia are the
Tho Alaska for New Orleans, Normun
and Hello Memphis for Memphis, are duo
to-day. Tho Richmond and Itepubllc ure
announced to leave St. Louis to-day lor
Shamrock for Cincinnati, Kollogg for
New Orleans, and Itubicon for Yieksburg,
aro duo to-morrow.
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P M. WARD,
DEALER IN FIREWOOD
w Pimm to nu. bkbji
Promptlj and tlrac!orlly, with the very le
A 1 1 V ff WJ
OAK and HICKORY
Leave' Orders at Halea's Old NUad
AT TBE FMTeOrriOK.
No. 72 OHIO LEVEE,
BtrllenVrf urea, Merrluutti nM'Hlrii.
1. H'lM.I t.IM.
COMM INIO. MKItC'IIANT
No. 7t Ohio Lover,
Mprrlftl Mtlciitlnti ttlvcts Io 'ilialusi
taenia astd 1'llllnlt Orilern.
W. f traltnii, T. Hint.
gTKATTOX A. IIIK1.
(i-uref--r triMrnllnn, llml.nti A CUrk.l
07 OHIO XjXJXTIEIJQ
Agessl. of Aintrlca.il I'ntsiler Co., nnl
Hauuracliirrra Aaeulu lor tot ton Vitrtt.
HKAI.KIIH I Si
Anl Agouls t,f
OHIO ItlVnt AM) KANAWHA
3To. 70 OHIO XSXTSJSL JD
Q V. CillllKV,
(Sicrfor to I'fllll", (IrK'tiA Co.J
. Ii. A)-er. K. J. Ayen,
YEIIH V CO.,
dip ! jj
sss!!S H m
M ZSSZI GO ft
NO. 133 OHIO LEVEE,
anno, mm, it.
ItllASO.NAIIi.r: I'RH KSt
"lnr (IimmI. ssur Ileal Kefrrenrr."
lUtf llir iiri(i-. ahl inin'Ulrl ut
IYK NT I' F FN.
Ali'l ffrnrrat goml. In tlirtr llnw ! fniin'l
Ixri'n Hi. I.oiiI- ami .Mflilplil-.
Our Prescription Department
We uk non lint tti
1I'HKNT AMri MlSNT Mr.LIAHI.K
A lull linn of
Wlsilo Lend, Xltse, Paris M hllr,
VnmlKliea, Sllla, Palut Hraiatsro,
Uluen, r, atr.,
IX I.S.KOE STUCK,
J tt at rpcalred from nr. Hatnllst' l,ab
ratitrr. at Cltlcaajo.
It. merit, as a mnllrlnn nml no alrrit.nic ;
ThI. notlcp la only to Inform you tint it rsn!.
aitllel to you
ALL OF THE BENT QUALITY
rjim: ialaiii. ki.xj,
For Chills and Fever,
In the tacdlclno that heat all
olhcn. HAHCXAY llKOTIf
LIIN hiivc It und rceonateasl It.
Pure and Strong,
To tic had bjr tho Nlagle Uotllo
or. nt Whelcftale.
Standard White Oil,
IX I'HIMr. ORDER,
For miiIv In quautltlin, frora
oue barrel und uptt'Hrdss, lowr
for oiihIi, at IIAltCLAY It HON.
AMIS OT 11 scat,
Arc invltoil to cxHiiilue ur
rjmi: !hi:ai htouk.
illineiy, Fancy Goods, Etc,
MRS. C M'GEE
Invito fsttrntion to htr frrarnt atiwk.
nuc list" sm still nuu VI
Wouii'n'a MlasscV anil Clilldrt'ii'tt
Anil a lliomand olti.tr ttilins Hint rannot l euii,
inerateilln an ailsertl.i'iiirnl. KlieU d tcriiil'n1 1
to de.erve ami maintain for t.t-r e.tulnl.liiiirnl
tn name 01
THE CHEAP STORE.
IIlrioOiL arn Irf.nli. ae..nn.l.lM.tnt fa.ht.inAtilM
Hlie will u ve yon mure fur tlieesme amount of
money man any otner aiore In s-.wn. Dun l wiy
tintil vou tutl on lier e.iMliillr if imi want tnh.
Ilnery Roo'ls or women's unit ciilldren'a ttne
auoea, etc, inyilir
JEW TOW 1IOAT.
Tlio Ntw Tow and Job llout
IT. H. COULTER, Master,
la nrelmreil at h!I timn. tn tin frll bitidi. ..f d.u-.
Ir and Jol.lilnr on the moat reamnable teriim.
Jleadquurters ut Cairo, Illlnola.
KGVL4TI CAIRO A EANT-
l'OKT WEEKLY PACKET
LeAvea Cairo every
makini close connection with trains at
AMU ST '
WITH TS1IXS IO
TKT A. m IX XT XXiXill.
rarllesUar ullii tm wr assalaj.
im. T. HUB
i CAIRO TRANSFER CO
THROUGH BILLS UDING
Ulrrn to all Aviiilalilf I'liliits,
BYRAIL,0R BY WATER
St. Louis, Cairo k INew
Orleans Packet Co,
.TIIOMIS II.V, MH
W. H. AltTIIIIH .
I-IINIINS.KTAI.. . .
1'Ari.l.VKL'AIIHIII.I. I l
(Uitripri'inx ll Hie nif't ami Urye.t Uiat. out nl
Kor.SVw Orlinn. Tl.eStrsmrr
Mill l.ntc hi NIIAV i;rnu,K. May f,
rolinectina at New Urlean. vtlli ! (.Itiron
l.lsrerpiiol, New York, Ilo. toil, attil Ual
1'a.wnitrra ami Mnrper. ran t ly on one n the-
Uiat. Icnna Cairo punctuijl m alote,
CHAS. T. IIIMlh
Urneral yn, Cain.
Uiflre. nn V'liarflat, I'uMio ln'l nit
Memphis and St. Louis
: 1870. : kJ-ijt?' : into.
The fnltonlnit lloat. oni ri-- till. l.iDaand
run In Hie follow lni( order I
i..i. Arrlte at Cairo. Airlteat Clto,
Itoata. M,pi, rr.
sruasr. locis. Tue-Ur, 1 p." -!turdya in
CITT OKCAIKO, "Thlirdayft i.n rl ndy.l a.n
Malln, Ma.lei .. ..
rLL wmriiM. f:.:iiidr. Sj.m. .Iiurt., I a. a
Arrise at Cairo Afli at I aifo
MAHIII.r. I'ITT, Wile- Uj.la.li. Kriday, I a.m.
Jl'I.I S.... ! o
(X)I.OItAI)'). .. Friday. I a, III euiulay, I a. In
t n vw ai.hi.. "o
Itl'IUCIN "unday II inTi.elay,la.iii
MK.JimjMlll do do
C.nnTlini(atet l"n mth
Harthern Lin. Packet Company,
Keokuk 1'arket .'omian ,
Olualia I'acket l'oniaiy,
and Vailotia llalltuad l.litea
At Meini.hl. with
Heuiplila ami White lllver I'aektt Co.,
Arkanaaa lllve r I'aekel S oiiiiiaiiy,
Hainutila anil C'liarle.luii It. It.,
and lUalaaliil a. T.lin..... Il.lt
At Viek.tmri! witn
V.ioo Hirer l'ar ktl., nd
VIckalmrK anil .'lerlillan Italltiian
nlsint IlitouKh tiHLlalinKaadticketato il r.l'
Mil. ujilita ty rail or rifer.
CHAM. T. IIIKHK, Oene ral Atenl
Kill,. HII.VKIl, Ticket and I'u.entcrr Attenl.
Nashville and Cairo
. (tiTjJ.. ConslitlnB ol Urn lollowirir
MjXcaT-'splcrulid passenger steamars
Ixnse. livery MuntlH)' nl I I'. H.
HAKMO.N Mauler .Oft
l.enve. Kvery TtturaUay Ml 4 I'.M.
A-aVea fcverjr Nnlurtlajr at 4 I'. M.
Throitirh ItllN Latllni; (liven Via. .Niub.
title uikI t'ulro I'ucki'U uutl
To .Naahtllle. CltaHiuioojja, Triilt.l
laiiln, S..lniiilm. Ilnine, Baron, tf.
SlNliir. Wt-Hl s'olnl. llennreipvTii, H
lidirwllle Uh.i Hislaiilii, Aa. Sfo.il.
Ai?fnt at Cairo.
Memphis and Cincinnati
........... l(M J. IIA1.K. Veo't
AliK K OKAN
M I HI N KOI. A
John Sunk, Msi,
W. H. .Miller "
.Hen SI. Merrlclas "
NAM J. ss..
II.im.imII . . ..Hinti
aooto aiilcudld atcamcra leave Cano
esery Tiirtdny anil Saturday, aud
1 vtrry Kridy nnd raturday.
W. I'. WalKer
CHAW. T, JII.Milv. AKeni, t-airo. in.
Olllco cri Wliar.beat,
Evansville and Cairo
. --jffrTW Consisting ot the follow
l4Wsy3.SplonJia PitssenKnr Stoa
rOWLKIt Waaler W.KOWLfcll........
J,ye Ciru Hunday and Thursday at ft n
(IRAMMKX Maater FESNINflTO.N- ..Cler
l.eate. Cairo Tueauay anu rnu; i i, mi.
City of Evansville,
llBYTt'll Mailer II. I'l I.V.MMI I Of! ...I erfc
LeaveaCniro Wedueadays and Haiiudays ut 6 .ui.
ConecllHK ut I'aulicaii miim ihibiiivo iiihi
Sackela, ut Uinlthlatid with Nashville packets, a
vau.villav.lth the regular packeta for Loulst lie
and Cincinnati, andthe K- O. R.B. foral , Point
Norih. cnAai.wr. IIIMlE
. as tyny-snu..