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For it good morschiium, 0 to II. Moyors'. tf
Century Tobacco at cost, nt H. Meyers', tf
"V. E. Garrett's celebrated Scotch Snuff can
bo bought nt $1 5 00 per box, nt II. Meyers
"Wo aro glad to hear that Judge Hodge?
who has been seriously nick, is convalescing.
a .ivinlnne. unit vcrv substantial three
stnrv brink business house is beine: erected on
4 lin irnnt nP If?t1i inn! 1veo afreets. It will
be occupied as n saloon nnd boarding house.
Mr. II. M. Hulen and Mr. C.corgo I). Wil
liamson bavo our thanks for appropriate and
very acceptable Christum present eontribu.
lions to our Christinas board that wcro duly
a ..ntimi.in wnirli will bo rallied for this
i.vfninif nt tho A'lekiburii House. Wo men
Hon this matter because- tho proceed nro for
tho benefit of Mrs. Martin hgnn an old resi
dent and n descrvine- lady who is in very
straitened circumstances. Tho money will bo
ii god-send to her nnd hor needy children.
Tim wnlU nf tho new cnstoin house have
been raised to a point u story and a half above
lholmsemont. There i a ntmcloney of dress-
ml stono on hand, wo understand, to complete
tlinnthnr lmliiif til! socont . UlllV SIX or
i.bOit thousand dollar of tho last npnropria
Hon remain imconsumod; but as it will pro
bably bo among the earliest nct ol tlui pres
ent congress to npproprlato a $100,000 to tho
work, operations will likely bo continued
without any pecuniary Interruption.
On this page wo publish tho address
delivered by Mis Mary Hendricks, Christ
inns night, during tho Gorman school cele
bration in tho M. E. Church. Tho littlo Miss
(who is, by tho way, the daughter of our fellow-townsman,
E. 1). Hendricks, esq.) ac
quitted herself In a lylo that elicited tho
rniso of all present. Tho delivery was dear,
confident, nnd free from that eing-song into
nation so common iu tho recitations of chil
dren. Head tho address.
Tho mombers of tho German Lutheran
church held a very pleasant re-union at their
tdiurch building, on Chri'tma Eve. Tho
attendance whs largo nnd tho ccrcmonle
highly intorosting. The Christmas tree was
the largest nnd most elegant one brought to
the city having been brought from Nash
ville, (where It hud flourished uven year)
at n considerable expense to tho society. Tho
.Sabbath school children wero loaded with
prcsonts, nnd no one left the building without
some ovidonco of the liberality and good cheur
Joo Vcrmulin, the Illinois billiard cham
pion, Is in tho city. His wonderful dciterify
with tho cue no doubt untitle him to tho dis
tinction ho claims. With unfailing certainty
ho make n carom from one table to another ;
lm contests successfully with tho threo best
player in the city; be plays with the best of
these, counting nothing when ins run inns
It is probnblo that Mr. Vcrmulin may bo In
duced to give tho public an exhibition of hh
wonderful skill during his stay iu the city, and
should he do so, where U the hall that would
hold tho spectators?
Wo oha11 set aside space in a prominent
part of tho 'Hulk-tin for u department of
"Want"," wherein n "Want Advertisement"
of two liny, will bo imorted one Hum for the
trilling sum of fifteen cent nnd the Kime
mount for each subsequent insertion.
This arrangement places it within the
reach of the poorost laborer or homo-girl to
make known hi or bur want to every rend
ing person, man, woman and child, in tho
Hu It remembered, then, that fifteen cents
will pay for nn advertisement in tho 'Hulletln'
Hint will Iki read by ovoryliody, and that will
suouro situations for the laborer, the mechanic,
the book-keeper, tho cook, the chambermaid,
thu waiter, tho hostler employment, in '"'"irt
for those of every named trado or calling.
. Nt.llHO HliJIl'FK.
Negro ruinpii- ye-H-iiUy; two negroe lock
nnd belt each other soundly; largo crowd
Utlr. Our friend lk.- W. othYintiiig a
pcftce-maker, is assaulted and retaliates. Hlg
darkey uuikon terrilk lunge at Ike's assailant,
missus hU Mini and lift. I Ke about ten feet.
Alderman G, living in th vicinity, here ap
peared on the scene of nut ion with a carbine,
and would have made short work with the
pence-breaker, bud rut friends interposed
and proventod. Ho hail been tormented be
yond nil endurance by scene of which that
of yostorday wns but a nAjnple. One of tho
col. trod offenders, Anderson Harris, was ar
rested, taken before Hr,, lined l, and went
to jail. The other, a young colored giant
from St. Louis, aud the mmc why struck Mr.
AV.fWd'o hi ih. '
A warrant Is in the band- of an otlieer for
tho arrest of the kinqior uf the. huuso where
thu fu orlgiiiiitvvd ,Thv tult lv'" ',u rt"
ported in our next iin
'fin: (it:iiM.t si now. (T.i.t:iiiurio..
The celebriition b tho children of the
Cairo Ciunnnn school yesterday evcnlnirdrow
out an Immense eoncouro of citizens, aud all
were well paid for their attendance. Two
lariro and beautiful Christum trees bore
bounteously of nick-nacks, which wero ills
tributul. together with fruits and confec
tions, first anion': tho children and then
MnoiiL' thu visitor. The nunlls were there
o . .
crplcnts, "each, of n fine Mireehdn ltihstiuid,
nnd tho little girls, omcIi, of u bun ut it ul surK
box. of tho samo material all imported di
Tfnttv from Goriiinnx.
Yieldlni' considerable space to thu address
- - r
of littlo Miss Hendrlcki, wo cannot indulge
in tlie details ot mo auair, as it, wouiu picnt-u
us to. do. A'u can only add that everybody
r - v
luinoared to enlov tho occasion, but none so
kefinly as master Gustavo Swoboda and mls
"Louisa Koblor. who. In a lottery for the
niirlstinus tiuos. druw tho lucky nuiiibei s.
Frof. Appel, tho principal of tho school,
innmiged tho aflldr in an easy and graceful
..M.mKir. and is entitled to thanks for provid
ing pastime that nil could enjoy, without
inanity nnd without price.
GERMAN SCHOOL CELEBRATION
Clx.rlBttxxxn.ia 3STJLsH.t, lOGQ
UrertliiK Pronniuieril hy SIIsh Mnry
Dcur Friends: Welcome hero this Christ
mas nightl Welcome to our Christmas tree I
Once more tho shining glittering pine call
us together to-night, after a tiiuu-honored
German custom, in order to commemorate
that happy event of over eighteen hundred
year ago the birth of that child, which was
destined to restore to poor ml sufi'ering man
kind all it had lost light, virtue and free
dom. A green and uver-llourishing trco was
chosen a a symbol to represent all the facts
nnd benign results eoiine -ted with the advent
of Christ. The green tree indicate strength
and life. For although n child of tho cold
and chilling north, oxpond to rigid winler
storms, to huow and ice, till it stntuls linn,
and blooms, and grows So is our green tree
a truo symbol of Christ himself, lie was
born amid political strifes nnd struggles,
among a people 'who know hut little about
tho adoration of tho trim God; yet with His
appearance 11 o brought ho world tho truo
religion, tho belief u one God. And in splto
of persecution, torture and death, that faith
ha maintained the ground; it has flourished,
and now almost conquered tho earth. Hut
our tree I also lighted, and that is only to
indicate the divine light which so many cen
turies ago wns shed upon benighted mankind.
And tho presents wli.eh your kindness spread
around the tree for us children, make us re
member that great pr'-oni which God gavo
tothe world when ho win us III only beloved
So, then, we may sou n our Christmas treo
a true symbol or tVif s-'t event, tho anni
versary of which . 1. ii- ..gutlier this evo.
A German school mv Tamils, in n foreign
which shows ti ' .1
not brought iu v i
we now only oln
and knowledge, i.u .
no tongue which h
development of tru
than the Germans wi
lii'ht of truth was
1 world, for truth
- 1 1 no nation and
I- t.uted moro to the
iiowledgo nnd light
i 'iwr almost univer-
1 thank yon now, d" -tives,
in my owit jiuiie.. ii(i
ninti". for tho many n
V end and rela-
t of my school-
ti" wlileli you
t Wo children
who have Siic
l .riniig our celebra
" v wo nro grateful to
l.t eliurch, who, by
of worship, havu
nf our fcat.
i Iihvo manifested in
idvancement of the
Htiriiulntn us to study
r-.tlmr useful kuowl
ti'itliyr yoar, wo shall
have jirovlded for us
thank vou nil, my "
ceeded in sogracefu''y
tion. And moro e)-'
tho leaders of the .Met
volunteerinir thl pi
added to the importun
Thu Interest whic"
tho existence nnd t
German Institute sir
more diligently, tin I i
eimo: anil wnen, nil
celebrate Christm-i- liv
eo moro, wo hope
uriivi. hv our ur i in lnnrninir ttuit
your Iroublo and y en ndness wero not be
stowed in vain.
The cane of the p
upon our county i
. iriKtu, cvsk.
. - !i .s been u charge
i riles that has out
Wu haiuiun to know
wuiuhed all other.
something of the solicitude it has occasioned
them and of their anxiety to provide for the
needy, without too l ivlsh an expenditure of
the public means. Various piaris bavo been
tried, but all have failed of Hint completeness
that would guard against individual instances
of suffering. Wu Hppcnd a letter, iiddreMed
to Kxpilro Shannessy under tho mistaken
notion that ho is overseer of the poor, which
1u. 'niilro Informs us is h fair Slllliplu of the
appeals that reach him almost evury day:
11 ... t m tola
liiVim licccmorr i"11"
Mr. SliHiuiey t .... r
I taku tho liberty of informing you of my
impoverished condition. My rations havu
been cut down so that 1 do notget enough i )
live upon. 1 mlilres you as a menu oi iuu
poor. If vou cannot assist ine, you can
tell me how I can obtain rolief. They
give mo only soven or eight pounds of
corn meal, one lb. of coffeo, uno lb. of sugar,
no meat or anything else, for a week's sub
sistence. I havu no clothes to keep mu from
freezing; I have no wood to mnko n fire, and
It look as if I will have to dlo of cold or
ftnrvatlon. I would coma and sou you, but
r am too feeble for thu walk, so I lmvo pre
vailed upon a neighbor to write these few
lines in tho hopes of getting Mime relief.
Thev mav live to be as old as T am, but I
pray God they may wover become as poor,
or s'ullcr a 1 lmvo Mill'ered.
.MILS. HANNAH IjKK.
Tim old woman from whom this appeal
comes is averse, perhaps, to entering tho In
firmary, having been itccusiomeu 10 n nome
of her own, though humble, for moro than
fifty years. Shu is now about suventy
yeaV old, lias lived in Cairo during thu
pint quarter of n century, and certainly has
,.i,,i,,.t in niiblic svmnathv. AVill not some
nfour charitably disposed hullo or "entloinen
i-eo to it that she U provided with tome course
food and clothing anil a sloci: oi inei i n our
ounty authorities can reach tho case, they will
undoubtedly do so; but in llie,inenntIino tho
old creature might starve and die.
' 1 -
ClIIIO AMI OTIint l'LACf'S.
'I'lin 'Mnlletlu' belnir tho creature of less than
i week's growth wo are, of course, without any
exchange list. Tlio ronscquenco is, much, is.
said pro nnd con, of Cairo and its euterpnG,
which escapes our observation. i in must
sorvo as an explanation, if any t-nantlet thrown
down for us, remains, untouched,,
A fr end has p need iu in possession oi an
artleln from thu Fadiieah 'Herald,' touching
Cairo projects, which wo shall notice iu our ,
H is quite natural that the denizen, or tho.-o ,
burgs that aro frequently locked out from tho I
world by leu or Jow water iiku.-si. j.oiiis, rami
cab, etc., sdould bo In n'duul humor; but It by
no means follows that thoy should vent their J
spito on Cairo becauso she is situated luoru ,
Tlioro Is no ordinance in force for tho pro
tectlon of our lump posts. .Dray No. 67 ran
against one yesterday (unavoidable wo sup
pose) and knocked its bend of. Had tho dam
ago been tho result of carelessness, however,
the city would havu no remedy. Our city
fathers should mako n note of this.
A number of our Mound City neighbor
wero in town this p.m., havlne; availed them
selves of the opportunity thu provailing snow
affords to show off their fine slock and grace
Tho tnx book I now In my lmnds nnd I
shall Immediately proceed to tho collection
..rilin dittos ehtirired therein. For that pur
pose I shall attend nt my ofllco In tho courU
house from hnlf past 8 o'clock, a.m. until -f j
o'clock, p.m. L. II. M.YKU9,
DUtVN UTOJf TtlKM.
It has been shrewdly suspected for soino
timo that thero aro two or threo gambling
dens, in tho city, which hitherto bavo escaped
tho attention of tho public, l'roofof this
multiplying, and pointing very decidedly to
one establlshniont, the mayor and chief of po
lleo determined upon u descent. Making it,
they were not u littlo astonished to find a
considerable number of prominent and un
suspected citizens in Hie room, participating
freely in the prevailing games of clmnco. Of
course great consternation ensued rcpecta
blo citizens thought of tho sting of exposure,
and wished themselves a thousand miles
away, or any whom but rigid there. I ho
mayor delivered u littlo speech, admon
ished them that they wero violating
an ordinance which it wns his duty to
enforce; that their example was most
corrupting, and that nothing but a tender
consideration for their families and their own
good repute, hitherto, deterred him from an
immedlnto and vigorous prosecution. lie
gavo them warning, however, that hero his
leniency vould end; that a second offense nnd
discovery would bring upon them tho merited
penalty.'qulek aud to the full measure. Thu
crowd dispersed somewhat chop-fallen, most
of its members nvorlng that they wero mere
lookers on, anyhow, and that this wn their
Goon! HkttkiiII Hi:stIII Cioaks yon
tiik Million I I would call the special at
tention of dealers in general to my largo and
well selected stock. It embrace tho finest
brands thu country can produce.
Having been practically connected with
tho trado for over fifteen years, it is not as
suming too much to say that I cnu furnish
tho refined smoker with a cigar Hint can
scarcely bo equalled In delicacy of flavor by
any imported articles to be found anywhere
In thu country. tf H. Mkykih.
The Individual who, on ClirUtma. eve, took
it into his unwise head that ho could smash
water-pitcher over the heads of Cairo saloon
keepers with impunity, by this time, no
doubt, realizes his error. Ho got "dressed
otP in a scientific manner, was taxed five
dollnrs for thu pitcher and live moro for
marring the peace mid dignity of tho city.
Christmas turkeys, tho largest and fattest
to bo found iu tho market, may bo obtained
from" Mr. .1. K. Froit. Ohio Levee. Call
thero and supply yourselves with till holiday
luxury. Ho Is allordinL' unusual inducements
aliko in tho superiority of hi fowls and the
low prices at which lie sun tlioiu. ll
Port Mt for the Tvrnty-!nnr Hours Knil
UX nt Ttvo o'clock, P. M.
!on. An-leron, Colnmin;" Cnliiiiitilnn. St I.iitil-.
Tvrene Nrnlivlile. Tliiinpti Dt iin, hi. Louis.
Ariiicelii. ..vnti-vilto. l.lrxiel.ill. "
Kiiiinii N .1, N .MInnenli,.Memiliis.
Aiiteloie. Hickman. Teimes-ec,
MAry liniiHton, Louisville, (uli-kslej", htaniville.
(ieli.Aliili'rsnn, Columbus Pauline Carroll, N. O.
Ti roii. Nivliilte. Thniniffoii I). n, '
Aniw-la. Kviinsville. M.ry ltnil-toa,
Kiiim.1 No. a Clnuiniiitl. tdiimlilun, "
MmneoU, " T.nmi-o,LouIsvMo.
Old Winter presented Mother Earth with u
covering of snow Bbout four or five inches
thick this morning, and thoso who wore in
robust health sung, gleefully,
"(ill, tlio simvr, the Mniiiuui snow,
while thosu who weru sutlering with neural
gia, rheuiiiatlsh nnd toothncho could not seo
it iu that light. Tho boys laid up their
skates, got out their sleds, and aro having a
gay old time. Steainboatmen look blue, even
while sitting around ret-hot stoves in social
halls, aud nro prophesying how long they
will probably bo compelled to lay up. It is
astonishing how much diversity of opinion
thero U uinotig them, notwithstanding tho
light of their many years experience.
The river hero has risen soven inches since
our lust report, but will probably ho station
The Mississippi is falling ut Si. Louis, after
rising four feet. The ice is very heavy In
Considerable h-e has been floating out of tho
Ohio since yesterday morning, but it Is soft
nnd thin, und thus fur oiler no obstruction to
navigation below Evansvllle. We have heard
nothing very d Unite in regard to ico nhova
that city since yiMordny, but suppose It Is
very heavy, although not siilllclontly'so to
obstruct navigation to Cincinnati.
The Ohio is stationary ut Louisville, with
cix feet two itxheswntor in tho ennui, four
feet two inches in till' scliute oyer thu fullj
aud three feet two Inches over thu rocks.
ISouU experleneul much trouble iu breaking
through the ice formed in the canal, and It 1
probable that iiouu can now pass through it.
Those JoaU which jcaunot go over the, lulls,
will therefore be compelled to await a change
in the weather.
At Pittsburg the river is falling, and heavy
ico inlying out of tho Alleghany.
llu.iness is. of course, rather dull under
the influence of such weather. If the ico
continues .tju'btniot navigation to, StisLouls
however, we may look for lively times in re
"lira to reiiiimoiits. . i
Tim Kvaiisvilht iinckots aro now dolnc n
fair business, and, gcnorally lmvo. considera
ble freight for rusbinment south.
Tim well-otliccred and ciiiufiirtiiblo steamer
Cutnberlaiid, dipt. Pen. Howard, is the reg
..i... .....ii .....l ...... ...,,.i..,i r.,r V.,,.r,t-
lll.il lililll iiiivi .lli.pi;iiiui jm ivu w 4.
vlllo and all way landing en tho Ohio this
evening, dipt. Chas. T. Ilinilo is noragoni.
Tho Emilia So. '.I, which passed up yester
day for Cinciniiuti. bus 1000 sacks salt. 125
, - - ,
hhda sugar, 187 bbla molasses and n fair lot j
of oranges and miscellaneous freight.
Tho Lizzie tiill, now lying at our wnan, is
tho last arrival from St. Louis. Shu eamo
out in about twenty hours, drawing scout flvo
feet water, and reports ico fieavy that in
somoiilucesthoboat.withnll hut inmouso pow
er, could hardly bo been to move. Sho reports
tho Mohnwk nnd her bnrgos nil right, nt last,
und laid up nt Evans' landing, opposite Grand
Towor. The Mary h. J orsy th nnd Luminary
aro not so fortunate, and wero hard nground
at Hat island when tho Gill pusscd down.
Tho Friendship was lighting tho Luminary
nnd it is hoped sho will get over without dam
age, the Friendship can then assist tho For
syth, if Hint boat docs not get over without
outside nid. Tho llcnvcr with n bnrgo of coal
wus also aground at Vnncil'8.
The Quickstep was detained by heavy ico
nd a largo way busiii',', and did not arrive
until noon to-day. !io will lay bore until to
morrow, when, if tho weather is favorable, sho
will return to Evansvllle. Sho reports tho Ico
very heavy. '
AL1HWHIT-1IAIUIH0N.-At the rel.l.'nru of llm
hrl.lo'e fuller, on the 'ild Inst ,l.v W. II. I.ee. Mr.
I. W. Albriitlit to Miss Sue I', flnnlison.nll of Hum-
lHil.lt. Tel)IH'l e ..
A t f ANTKO-OA I ll(i(rrv I'lUll'lIltTV.-I iii
W e.xelmtipenKooil l"nrm In (Sullutmcimiity for city
liVrMht A. ll.HAI''rOHl.
WANTED KUn tliot,anif ilcillnrs Cairo City (Iah
Htnek EnqiilrejCidNiitloiml llnnk. Vf-lw
TlTAN'rKU Atthooilieoof ilitruilro ilullolin,
y merolmlits who want Hill Head, llllls T I.ivIIiik
naif l'otTs iirinlecl, i
XT ANTKllSiiloierilK'rs forth Dally Kiel Weekly
VY Crtlro llullvtin. Dully, 57 or miimtiii Weekly,
t'i per miiiilin
HfATku-l'iiylii8ilterlleri to'mlvertlso In
V IliiiCniro Ilnllelm.
T'ioil HAI.K-CityHorinmulCounty OrihrK.
r'll HAI.K-r5,eiJCnlnr:ily llotwN. " " "
leci.Mlw I A. P.SAl'KOItD.
IOIl SAKK-lllllMof L:mIiii, sl'thportlco of the
J01l HAI.K LcijuI llfiuiks.at III.) dtllco (if the
I" HAI7E Itlaiik llooksTftl the olllie of the Cairo
pAY cXsHuTdSAVE MONKYI
To My Old Customer uil tlic Public
Iliiviui!l"'miitr!tel to my entire Mitisfnc'ilon tli.it I
rnnimt efitiliiuit' lulne.i on iheercllt ystem, I hne
tliurtferorei'Olved tlMtuniiml after Jnnusry 1st,
I VlI.Ii.HLI. KOll CASH ONLY.
loji.ee! tu keen lnit the .(iIe wulit Inthenny nf
(Irm-i rios. nnd will n il eheitptr tlmn any In.'m who
rrtvlilH. (kinMiltoiirnwnliiuretliy nyinKeah for
My motto will he i
Keacly CBli,UulckMlrutl Niunll I'ront.
.1,151 J. II MKTCAI.K.
The I.nuilou tluwrlrrly Hrvlisv,
Thr KilliilmrKl' Ilrvlrw,
The Wrtiuliitcr llrvlrsv,
lllickvooil' KilliiliiirKli .MnKili"-
Thu ripriiil uf tho lclui yiutl.rhwi tMl Ulsck
wiio.l lire now iniliMrfMi-.ililf to ull h ;leirt to kefp
tlidiisvltra fully liif)tmr(l Hith rr.irJ to thw urml
sul.jerts oflheiloy, ! tivmoI hy the l'"t hthowrn mill
ouielot IhinkiT" ltiUrt lU'.uiu. Tho root nhulom
In thu K" f thee lteie nrt; nidi who stftli.t t
lh hf.vt of the list of Knuli-h writer on S-lni'e, lie
liclou, Art, nmt (nrrnl Literature, met wliut.ncr i
worthy of IIspuIoii tlieU Mttvntion In tho i,i of
lheo Itpvlews and Wiu kwnol. TIip vnrlrtj is m KTntt
that no snliscribcr cun full to n i.tliflH.
These periodicals rf printed with thotollflh fidelity
to the KiiKllsh ropy, iin.I sre otfered at pin vt which
Kor nnyonnof the IteXews l e) jnr annum.
Koruny two of th- lU-view ' "
Kor any three of tho Itellew JO JS) "
Kor all four of llm lte lews UW
Kor lltiwkwooir MaKaiine W)
Korlllackwoodandoiie Review-... . fl
Kor HlHckwood und uuy two of the (
lteip ..... I'1 dJ
Kor Illackwood Mnd thrro of the
llnvlcw 13 eo
Kor Hhvkwood and the four n- (
lrw '""V"' 11 l"
Adlountof twnlyjr cent, will allowi-d to
Ouhs of four or more persons. Ihus. four copht. of
lllikwool. orof oao ltumw, will U hcnltoono ai
KuhnU rs hould i.r. y l.y the quarter, at the of-
.....i...... TI... V,..iul-h to anv iit of the I.iiIIimI
fctaU-lTsvotiitnnumlr 'llus rnto only ap
plies to current uecripuon. rut im. ..umwn
he nosUkitt i doiil.lv.
IKKMIU3IS TO JfEW HUIISCIIIHEIIS.
..l.-.t,r- l.it.ttv t.lf, fif till mImIIO iM'riOdlCkl
. iin uiu i-n . i,i,ili.il m rm oiT... f rutls. atu one nf
tho Koiir lleview for DM. New .Sut-si nU rs to all five
of Hie lVrlfKlieals for lsitfmny ns eno, ptuUt, lll.vk
wood or any two of the Four Kevicw for
sniUorilxr may. I'.v npplynK swljr. ohtnin lock sets
i,....i..H Jnmiiirv. Im.S. in llpfemlwr. ISO.
and of lllutkwooil a MiiKimne from January, leCfi, to
I)epeinl.er. lWJI. " nun uiim uik iii r......
ij-.eillier i.rriiuiiiii" ...."..
t..fliilM. i.,,rr..illlLMl urireii furtwk liillilVrs.CAIl U
allowed, mile-- the money ! rntiitml ilirect to llm
I'UWlMiers. .o prriniu'ii' -
THE LEONAltn SrOTI' n'HI-ISIUNii CO.
1 III Kultnu Strrt t, i
Tho U.H. Villi. W. ("ihll'h the
tiik FAiniKirs rni:,
llr Henry Stephens of IMiiihtirKh, und th late J. I
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pilINTINC, OF ALL h.t.MKs,
At this oniee r lite t airo iiiiiipuii,
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of Iho in-'' ..mpleto-ufflew Infill himh- nod a t ti e
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QHAS. T. HINHE,
FOinVAKMNf. ANH COMMISSION
C'AlItO TKAXSl'UK K111MNV
CM HO ILUXOIS.
Throush Hill or I.ntllnir ulvrii to all
AtkIUIiU Point l,y Hull or AVater.
tTSl'ECIAIi AITKNTION TO KOHWAItDINd.
TLANTIC AND MHjSISSI Pl'I
CDMIMtOMISlT-ijlSE STEAM EHS
2r 33 "xtv onisB-a-ws
i n t'ltlKI'.N. MimUr
Ill-lilt V M. Master.
COMMON WKAJt'll .
. li'Ni:il., Master,
(lltr.KNUl'dll Msst r
uun ...' ..-I..."
Comprising all the tincsl ma largeii ooaw o....
Onoof tlmatwo linn of t. utner wilt leave Calm
for New Orleans every olber day, coimeclltiK at Hc
Orleans with Ocean Line of Hciimcrs to
Mrcrnool, Xevr York, Ilmtoii, nl llnlves
toii,Texa. I'a.fcncer and Shippers t an rely on one of the-.,
boats lelvinu Cairo puni tiially a. a ve ttill w
pMlcular attention to all way frRhtsl-; ow Mempl...
Now urlcans. OH Ait. J ;frpllt, Cftiro.
Olllce, nti Wlurnsut. I'uhllc Landliiff.
ED. F. SISSON, l'a-cniter and Tiekut Annt.
'o'tlleo, at St. t.'harles lintel.
EM I'll IS ANH ST. LOUIS
ms link or
W&. s r i: a -n i: u s.
Tlief..llnw.tijc Heats romposi th bine an lw.ill
run In llio joiiowiiik oni.T
u. v.. vdirMVTII.
...ttiNWAV. Ma.tf r,
... KNK. Mat r,
ti II III. K f'lTV...
(1'1'V I1U Sl.TII.V.
IIKI.I.K M KM I'll IS..
i'tTv ittr I it ll ....
. MALIN. JlMKf
Prompt attention will U to all imii-s- in
lnitel to Ihormoof till Iwat' , ...... in
i-..,.i., ...t ti..w.j rim, in i-uinlKtriT wlcf-Irtit, la
front of City National lnk.
Kl). V SI'WIN.Taketand I'u.-rtiucr A)?ent.
AlEMl'HIS. WHITE KIVKll A6U
lM LITTLE UOCK
UOlTr.IB AIll .MAIL l.l.I..
JOIIX 11. DAVIS, Miip't, Memphis, Tennesrre
T ho splemlhl side-wheel
I'ASSEMJKU STEAM EHS
MAVKLOWKlt, COMMKHCIAI. aBO
i.msiii'rv -o. ii.
I .... M.,n,.l,i. ..t.r Tt'liDAr. Tlll'IfDAY nbi
hATUHDAT, at o p.m., for White Kijer, rontirctltiit
V.. 'Ml. iii.,n ..(. ,l, M..,,,l,i. an, l.lttl." llwk llstll
nil., i ....... ..." . - .
roa.1 for !..!! Itwk and Hot prlIlK. Timo from
- i ... ..... , t. a i. ......
inr.;.ni o i.nii" " , ....
I reiitni aii'i i iif;,i" i,.-.,-...
Line ii lower ral'- tlmn anv other mute.
t.HA". T. Ill.TI'l.. AKrni, mm. in.
UlMce m Wbarf-boat.
QT. LOU IS, CAIHO AMI V1L'J&HUU
1 no sjuenuiu
11.11 II ICO. HLA K h. Mtwler,
JULIA - ';.,v.".0'.l''Mlu,tr
I.UMINAKY - l.nu. . .-iar,
II. M.W1I11KVK tAUU.ii, Jiarr,
t'n.c Ciiirn ,1 ii ! uiiKtream every HMUl anJ
Ti.Lvi.iv A.wi f.n .li.un tru. I'ti.rv Tlll'ttoDAT ad
hl'NDA V, inakuiK eloo eonne. tion with
VIckaliui'K " MrrlillHii iinurnnii,
hrlnm ami Mtrltllun Itnllrnnil
New Orleans, .Inrkkiin nmltlri-ul .Nortlierii
.ri.M..,..!. ,m...Ii f.un in nnv an. I all nnitita on t'.S
raid road, wilh l'.ki U fr laion lint.
special atlelitloil Kiteu to all way Isi. lutes U'twet '
Cairo nd VlcUsbiiru. . ...
t.HA-. 1. lll.M'l".. urnfiiw rt),.
i MlK-e on V IwirMf a
VANSVILLE AND CAIUO
vf'i,.. ConlstliiK "f the following
jylgSg.SiilPiidld russenjfer Slfiiuier:
All.11 A DA,
DUSODCIIHT Master I FOWLKIt Cler
Leaves Cairn Sunday and Thursday at 5 p.m.
DKXTKU Master tlKAMMKH Clorh
Leave Cairo Tuesday and Friday at 6 p.m.
HOWAItD Mater WltlOIIT. ( it rk
Leaves Culm We.luusday and Hatunlsy at p.m.
MakitiKiill intermislUtc IVitdini;', and pnylnK'r
liqiibij attention to lUckot Kre Khts.
UHAH. T. HINDI., lieiieral Aticnt,
Ulhcn on Wharfd-ei't
. fr' Composed of the fullowliif;
filMS Master HAItl'KU Chi!.-
I leaves Cairn every Sunday at f. p.in.
STHONfl Muster KUAN Clerk
i Leams Civile evcrTtiesday at 6 p.m.
I ' TYltO.VK,
' UAIIMON Master WKAVHIt Cleik
Leaves Cairo every Friday at 6 p.m.
rsirppoelal attention given to way business betwcea
Cairo and Nu.shvillo.
CHA9. T. III.NDK, (Icneral Agent,
dee 21 'Wdtf Oltlco on Wlwrfboiit.