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Shell oystorTVeocivod dully at Louis Her
.Slicll oyster sold at 0Q0 per dozen at
Louis Herberts. tleeaiiliw-
T,nl nti1it. between thn tliontrn mill O. 1).
VtUhntifm, residence, tlni in!do of it re
volving hrcnstpin,two miniatures, imo on each
slilo. Tho Under will be llbernlly rewarded
by leaving It nt the storo of G. I). AVilHnm
son or nt this office. Ice29-.1t
The Pox, Howard & Co. question if ereu
ling some excitement. To jmy or not to pay l
that is the question.
Cniro i largo enough to sustain n daily pa-
per like tho Jlullctin". A ill Cairo do so?
AVo pause for n reply.
The municipal political raiildron is beginn
ing to bubble. "We shall presonly, in tliu hut-
guugo of tho witch-ling of Mncboth, havo
"tail and tronbli.
A colored mnn numed .llin Adam, living u
few miles back In Kentucky, wax thrown
from his horse, yesterday, and received in
juries that will, most probably, result fatally.
His horso took fright, and, running nway,
throw him violently against u tree, fractur
ing his spin ul column. A messenger here
this morning for medical aid Mild that when
he left it wn thought that Adams was dying.
Mr. .1. K. Frost, mindful of our holiday
wants presented us with n now year's turkey
which was young and in fair condition. Mom
of tho same sort may bo found nt his produco
and provision house on the levee, at prices
that mako them about tho cheapest meat In
market. Wo gratefully acknowledge his
A number of our citizens will Icavo for
Springfield to-morrow to be on hand at tho
convening of tho legislature. Alexander
county has important matters to press upon
the attention of tho legislature, and every
citizen of tho county, in attendance upon that
body, should givo the-o matters their friendly
"Wo learn from our county superintendent
of schools, 3Ir. Joel (J, Morgan, that thu next
meeting of tho State Teachers' Association,
will be held in Cairo. The meeting at Peoria,
lust adjourned, was largo and of a profitable,
nature. -A number of points made applica
tion for tho honor of tho next meeting, and
when mr. Morgan named Cairo, ho did so
without tho remotest idea that it would bo
Agreed upon, while Chicago, llloomington
and Aurora remained contotutits. Much to
his surprise his motion, which wu seconded
by mr. Root, of Jlloomington, wu carried
This is a distinction to bo proud of, and we
trust the friends of education among us will,
when tho tlinn come, mnuifc.it their appro
ointion of it.
New years' day tho gloomiest of our re
collection was not without lt sports and
pastimes. The Rough and Ready tire com
pany waited upon thu tottering steps of tho
old year to Its end, and greeted tho advent of
the new one, with the charm of music and
tho lively whirl of tho dance. Their two
hundred gucf mnde .Se!icolrIall vocal with
the sounds of gaiety and merriment, and no
ono regretted braving tho storm to bo "thero
to :-ee, "
And at the St. Charles lu-t night. Tho
vast hall was thronged with a crowd, whoso
Joymont was t"ld by laughing oyo, smiling
faces and the zest witli which tho dance went
oti far beyond tho turn of midnight. A mag
nificent supper rich In its adornments, and
like nectar to the palate, graced tho occasion ,
and honored "inliiu host.
Throughout the city, good cheer and old
fashioned hospitality prevailed, tho latch
string being out, and the Interchange of "hap
py new year'' unlvoral. The gloom and
tl.ccrlcesiici? of the day wa more than otl'-sut
by the good-will and kind greetings in which
every one shared liberally.
unri:i. .wild vai.s.
The St. Charles, Thursday, Deo. .11:
STKAJIIIOAT AltUIVAIS MIHIMI TIIK YEAH IMS.
Mr. J. It. Tnvlor kindly furnished us tho
monthly footings of tho Steamboat arrivals nt
this port for tho year closing December .'list,
1808. Excluding tho daily packets plying be-
t ween Cairo and l'nd itch, and Cairo and Co
lumbia, thev aro us follows:
January I 'is
Jliinli...'. VI i
Tntnl 2.tKJ f
Add to tho above total thoexceptions stated
l.ODfi arrivals, and a trrnnd total of 11,720 is
produced exceeding ten nrrivnls ovcry day.
Kven from this grand total is excluded the ar
rivals of steamers owned in Cairo, Mich as tho
Hero, tho Hope, Tko llnmmitt and others.
Theso added, tho total would exceed four thou
sand enough to assure tho public of great
commercial activity here, but not enough to
equal tho total. of the year previous.
Wo might cnlargo upon this exhibit, but it
speaks for itself. Two-fifths of theso nrrivnls
were of St. Louis "learners exceeding flvohun
dred tons capnclty, and tho whole floating to
our wharves a commerco of nenrly Urn mil
lion of font. Think of it, and con vinco your
self, if you can, that n great commercial mnrt
horo is not a necessity.
siion.ii school opln tiih.m
Had the two days additional labor in
volved in tho exhibition for tho houoflt of tho
orphan asylum not been imposed, tho chil
dren of tho public school would have found
at least a short interval Of rest during tho
present vacation. As nlfulrs havo turned out
Iiowovcr.thoy will return to their studies, next
Monday morning, as much wearied a" upon
tho day upon which they entered tho vaca
tion. Tho round of chrlstmas and now year's
festivities, six days devoted to tho exhibition
and preparatory rehearsals, havo brought
them to this period j and in tho two days
left, tho writing of compositions and other
calls, which araofu naturofar from refresh
ing, are yet to bo attended to. Thu, it is
seen, thai tho vacation has been a period of
labor and excitement, and not onoofrcst.
"Wo suggest, therefore, If there is no consid
erable obstaclo in tho way, that our board of
director) lengthen tho vacation until
AVedno-sday morning next, tho Cth of .Janu
ary. This interval devoted to a recupera
tion of energy will send tho little ones back
to their studies refreshed, enlivened and
buoyant. AVhat say our directors? Tho an
swer of the pupils wo can ourselves divine.
Ii I'ouell.Vt l.UI:
.1 llijjli'v, Ni'w Orleans:
Ti 1 'mm, llo-ii.ii:
l.ll. rli .n. I ( It It;
J W n Irani, olt;
1. 1 irdwell, N h Vnrl.:
(1 Itnv. New York:
J N liiiwuii, Tninrspej
l Jkulmi, Tmy, N Y;
l II l..tt!iiii.iidy, Vt:
WT-milll. Allili).X V
Jimuuru t, WiV.
J Kill- II, i itV,
CI. II, si I,., U-:
W '!i:iiiiiuii, c-iiir.ili
I li'iit"ii, H.iliiiiuu', '
it i in i', uoxoir.
I. A Ji-utiiinc. I M It II;
.1 Mnrli'V, Lnuloluuu;
I It'-ad, l aiUindalo;
.1 Hurry and Only, H Louis;
1. ( iiry bii. luiti , cliU-uyu;
J Vint, M I.oiiim
i! Wilhiiiii.on. Troy, .N Vi
i Wnit, New York: ' V
st llruua, Allwny, N V
A Wi.rilirup. M l.'inl-i
I Aiit y, I hiean;
1. I.umi", ViIIh UiiIki; .
.1 lilliiH-r. ritvt
Miss M lli'ii.iiiii, Pudiiealr, It lli..m Mound Cit);
si' i. eon, .Minimi i nil ii line, j,miit me;
II ( iirli-r, Miiiui'l ('if); J limm, Now XuU,
tll I. SI'AM'll .V son, NO; I' Itili-v, ll'1-.tiui:
T W llmniH. Tr-.y, N Y; O Durf.y.Truy, N Vi
A I'l j.'Ii:imi, Nr Dtlriiu; 1 ill 1Iojl.tnr, Nt'W lllftilik.
vr. n.uivs :xnit.iAi:iAM .iaiiim: ikki'itai,.
A jMtition to congreio to ld in the erecting
fnn infirmary and marin" ho.plinl building
i: Cr'r.-, to be phu-rd uieb r tin- control of tho
Sister of tho Holy Cr, Uludng circulatiil
among the citizen of Cairo and stetimboatmeu
navigating tho river win e waters hero form
n junction. The want of Mich an institution
at this point is too palpable to require urging
upon tho attention of any one familiar with
the commerco of tho MinUsippI vulloy and
the pei-uliar geographical pu-ition of Cairo.
The sickness and destitution among those who
aro entitled to governmental consideration
we rofor to tho improvident portion of our
rlVer men rail under tho observation of our
dti.eiis daily, and with the Increase of com
iu( rco tho iiuiolHir of tlieo jtooplt must In-
cr. 'i-i' also
The Mtitloii truthfully stutes that tho ro-
it wnr brought ttt, thj . oltlciciicy of the
Sl-. I li' illl of tHy Holy Cros us hospital
i i nd thai the economy iiruvtiuvd by
tj i m in lioxpltuU now under their eont;y1,
' rits them m pujiurtv At lortho charge
of h uu liuUtution as iionyms is asked to
i M in tttVUMug hi this city.
Is' ionu, ofcuurse, will iitMituto about ad
ding his itfnutur to thn petition. Its pur
I i-u- liouid, und no d ,bt will, otinynarid
i .o vmjiaOiy of overj one who U coiuHlI,t
cf tl)c iii-oesiltiiU) in this Leluslf, that' havo
i;rown out of the commerce of our wutturn
ftinl 'uiithcrn waters.
All liiluU "f taino served I p ill the best of
, i'OontLo.: ll r'.r' d 1 dlw
oi:Tit.tK Li'o.v a root: kamu.v.
An Individual who gavo liis niiino as .Inmes
l'nrrell, in company with two otlierj, visited
tho poor haunt of a fatherless fmnllv on
nhington avenue, abovo Thirteenth, and
demeaned himsolf in a style that secured him
thu, character of "a devil s broth of a villain
who would swear tho cross from an ass'
back," Fivo dollars and tlfteon cents formed
tho sum total of tho poor family's ready cah.
Tho fifteen cents , was in thu hands of ono of
tho children, l'nrrell snatched this, and
commanded tho mother to disgorge any bal
ance she might havo in her poesslou. It
was in vain that she plead poverty; that shu
hud taken shelter in that damp cellar, be
cause of her destitution. Ho would not re
lent nor would his companions interfere to
prevent tho outrage. Securing tho ilvo dol
lars, ho gavo her n cursing, when tho party
left. Tho woman lodged complaint with
'Squire Shannossy who committed I'arrcll to
the calabooko for his usoof abusive language.
When ho serves out his time, he will, mot
probably,, bo brought to account for taking
the woman's money.
It was urged that tho woman horo u bad
character. Her uppeuruueo comhuttcd this
chnrgo; but whether true or untrue, sho Is
entitled to exemption from outrage, and
'Squiro Shiinnessy deserves thanks for his
prompt vindication of tho law.
ka )i i i.v sni'i,v Moui:.
Pow, if nnv, wants in tho culinary depart
ment of "well regulated families" can nriso
that may not ho supplied by tlio family gro
cery of Jlristol & Stillwell, on Eighth street.
Tho freshest vegetables, tho Hweotest butter,
tho fattest fowls, and tho best of everything
In tho lino of .table supplies may always bo
found in their establishment. Further than
this, and of equal Importance, they bell any
thing on band a cheap as tho cheapest. Call
on them and you can vurify tho truth of every
word ot this paragraph. dlw
- 1 1 -Thoonlv
business beforo 'squiro Sliannesi.v,
this morning,' was occasioned by nn attempt
of tho St. Charles storc-kcepor to lift a darkey
on the too of his boot. Tho store-keeper's ex
periment being rough, tho darkey lodged
complaint, and tho 'squire mollified him by
Inflicting a line of on his assailant.
Two Individuals of color were brought be
foro llross, to-day, on n charge of petty lar
ceny. The churgo was not sustained.
A 'lniilar charge was lodged iiguhut pucT.
Stlno nnrt"stiiek.,M ''Ho had stolon a'coat from
Mr. Xcldolbcitor, mid fulled in hi. attempt to
hide it. Ho wa sent to Jail, that his appear
unco before a higher court, when required,
might bo considered a surety.
The Egyptian brass band visited dlU'oreiit
parts of tho city yesterday and discoursed in
oxocllont vein several of their favorite airs
The. Jmnd ie composed of young men from
tho licst circles of society, unci is carrying out
tho object of Its organization j . c, giving
and tailing pleasure through their porformun
ces. AVoJaro duly grateful to the bund for
embracing us in their rounds, and assure
them of n welcome to which wo may not
readily givo expro-sion.
V . . m .
Hoots and hhoes form Elliott & Hnythorn's
tpoviulty. Tlioy uro tho largest buyors in tho
citv, and enjoy advantages, theroforc, in roach
of no other htnuo. "With n full stock, em
bracing every stylo and quality of ludlos
gentlemen's und children's wear now upon
the market, thov epter tho new year deter
mined to furnish tuoli bargains ns will phu-o
money in tho pocket of all who will givo them
the prelVanee. Thov will not bo undnn-nld.
L'jkjii tho fulilillmuiit of thi promise thev
enter with the advent of tho new year, dotor-
minl thnt it shall I faithfully kept. jan!-3t
Me.-srs. AV. IJ. KuekweM & Co., havo been
, very nbHuh,'? )o in during tho past wool
CimM i":; i-pap r in luhuiu" i tin ii'ail
Tho crowd of ragged, saucy, dlrty-faccd
foul-mouthed, vagabond boys that gather In
tho ontronce. to tho (heater upon occasions, of
exhibitions, constitute n nuisance that ls'lu
tolerable. They annoy everybody with up-
pent? for Admission, and when refused, ns of
course they nlways nrc, tlioy Indulgo in
sluices of blackguardism that almost smell in
thulr ollbnslvcness. They aro generally kick
ed out about six times ovary night, aro threat
ened with tho police, but to no purposo; nnd
tho door keeper is llnally forced to givo them
freo admission to rid himself of annoyanco
and secure patrons of tho plnco from insult.
If about a dozen of theso graceless littlo
scamps woro lodged in tho calaboose, instoad
of being accommodated to scats in tho theater,
thoro would bo no ropotition of their oft'onso.
A miserable old man, ragged and filthy,
who gives hisnumo as Millson, was In town
this morning, begging money. Ho snys ho
camo from tho northeastern corner of Toxns,
whero ho had resided with Ills wife and
n grown daughter until nbotit seven months
ago, whe,n u roving band of Apucho Indians
killed his wlfo nnd carried ofT his daughter
into captivity wheru sho now is. Ho nvows
a purposo to reach General Hazoii's command,
out on tho Plains, hoping through his inter
position to recover his daughter. For thnt
end, ho nllodgos, ho is begging money. Tho
old mini's story may bo a truo one tho
cursed Apaches nro not over tender with tho
tho pulo-fuccs hut ho would command sin
ceror sympathy, nnd jwssibly a groat many
more quarters, if ho would not odor(zo his
breath with whisky. Ho wns, this morning,
very nearly intoxicated. v
In order to secure patrons for thu 'Kvening
Bulletin' in every family and business houso
in tho city wo placed tho price of subscription
nt fifteen cents per weok. AV'o felt nmbltlous
in tho matter of securing n larger circulation
than over enjoyed by any other Cairo paper;
und, although this end lias been gained, thero
aro yet a largo number of citizens who do not,
but should, take tho paper. If it is to tho ad
vantage of u city to lmvo n respectable dally
paper, it is tho duty of every citizen to second
tho efforts of thiuo who would establish and
maintain it. In this view wo ask citizens
who uro not yet our patrons to bund their
names to thu carrier as rcgulur weekly fifteen
cent contributors to tho support of tho 'Uul-
A largo crowd of boys congregated on tho
corner of AValnut and Tenth street yesterday
afternoon, and outraged the quiet and decen
cy of the neighborhood by lighting, yelling,
und indulging in thu coursost character of
blackguardism. Somo of tho largo boys
amenablo to the law persuaded tho small ones
to fight, and at ono tlmo had three pnlrj of tho
littlo ones engaged in tho fiercest hostilities.
Tho sight was disgraceful, and wo aro sorry
thnt an otUeor did not happen that way just
then to tako the rlngleauers into custody.
Tho iirnto of tho Continental, nided nnd
abetted, us it is said, by three others, gavo
ono "Win. Kllcy n rough handling u day or
two ago, and was called upon yesterday to
Itlley also instituted suit for damages in tho
sum of f.'OO. Tho defendant being deter
mined to combat this claim gavo the needful
security, and projux-cs to meet 1'lloy at
Ladies who desiro stamped patterns on
muslin or linen, dono with artistic precision
and finish, should not fall to cull on hhelley
on Eighth street. IIo has an intlnito variety
of patterns, from tho simplest to tho most club-
ornte. His stamping on muslin, intended to
take the plnco of tedious and complicated
braiding, will stand tho test of tho hardest
washing without Injury to tho color.
Ladies, givo him a call.
A paragraph to tho effect that tho St. Louis
and Alton railroad company Is making u sur-
voy of the route of tho Cairo nnd St. Louis
railroad with u viow to its immediate con
struction, has mado its appearance- in several
exchanges that ought to bo authority in such
matters. A u should bu bettor pleased, how-
over, if wo knew tho statement to bo author
It Is said that there is considerable destitu
tion among tho negro families living on tho
outskirts of tho city. Thero is no good ron
ton why this should bo so; There lias been
and is now labor enough at command to feed
nnd clotho every negro In town, If they will
perform it. Tho truth is, theso destltuto ne
groes aro a shiftless, lazy sot, that will not
work when they havo u chunce. Tlioy ought
to suffer, therefore a little.
Tho nun made frequent tlmld peeps upon
thu earth to-day immediutoly dodging its
f 'co behind a cloud, however, as If this grcnt
middy, sloppy ball of "ours woro a frightful
aspect. Ho has, too, been niggardly in tho
distribution of his "sliino," giving us only uij
occasional dash, as much ns to Buy "thero tako
that, and dry up
AVo would havo it borno in mind that ad
vertising favors' must bo handed in beforo TJ
o'clock, noon, to sccuro Insertion In thu paper
of tho following" evening. Delivered to u
after that hour thov aro liable to bo left over.
Tho stockholders of thu; Southwestern In
surance Company nnd tho Valley Insurance
Company,- both Cairo institutions, will hold nn
election for directors, in their respect! vo
places of business, on Monday next.
I'm-! I.lt for tin-Fort y-i'lKlit Hour. Uiul
liiK nl 'I' wo o'clock) l' M
lien. Aii'lf-r"i, ('(iliiin.i Millney. r.nlucali.
Hick Kullnn. I'ltlsburKi Armadillo. orio.ni'i
Cnntiiii'iitul, St. Loin;
Wills:. llti), "
I .lli-l CIllllH l-. V
(ion. Anderson, Coluin.i Hulmmrino No. M. Ite lltiv.;
W. It. Artl.m, fcl. l.oiiw; AiiiumIiIK 1'Hh.Uiry.
Julia, '" ' Tyione, Ieh illo;
riut id Wniu, " , Usttllianm .Ail;. l!iii;
MuiuiUktnuvr. Moini'his; i IS liars. "
.MiMiiiiil, Now Orleans; liiiiclisli'p, Kinnsville,
liolit. lliii iif, " btlu'rClowl .Nu, ", i.'iuc'iii.
.'Iii' .ij'- l'.i'liicaiii
Th rainy, dork and disagreeable weather of
tl. i postiour days wiis supplanted by tho beau-
JUtlil Watts. TViui. Jllu-r;
Itoiit. iiurux. i ini'inna'.;
fnher Cliiail No. Mi id ,
I'riiiaiUliip. (iiiiii'l T'uvu;
tlful sunshlno and nlmost clear sky this morn
ing. Tho traces of tho rain cannot beso ea
sily obliterated, nnd tho streets will romnln In
a horribly muddy condition for somo dnya
longer. It is a source of great consolation
that in consequimeo of the naturo of our side
walks and-tho lllllng of our streets, pedestri
ans aro never troubled with mud for moro
thon -IB hours after tho ndventnf dear weath
er, whilo our raised streets drain so rapidly
that horso-tlcsli docs not Htillbr for a much
Tho rivor Is rising rapidly bore, and has
risen fully twulvo inchos in tho past 24 hours.
Tho Mississippi Is rising at St. Louis, nnd
thero is doubtless fully six feet water to thnt
Thu Cumberland nnd all tho south side
tributaries of tho Ohio aro rising rapidly,
and wp may expect u riso of ten or fifteen
feet at Cairo. Tho Ohio is rising Its wholo
length with seven foetslx inches at Pittsburg,
nnd six foot soven inches inthocnnnl nt Louis
ville. Tho rlso nt Tittsburg will probably
ceau to-dny.but tho lower Ohio will continue
to rUo for u week, from the side strenms.
IJuslness continues good in "river circles,"
and largo nmounts of freight ure being han
Tho Mississippi left for Now Orleans lust
night, with fully ono thousand tons flour,
corn, oats and assorted freight, received en
tirely nt this port.
Tho Contlncntnl is recoiving to-duy and
will probably add llvo hundred tons to an
nlrcody fair cargo brought from St. Louis on
herself nnd bargo. Sho leaves for Now Or
leans this evening under tho well known nnd
experienced captain John Greenough. Sho
Is n flrst-cluss steamer with uniplo accommo
dations. Tho river business of tho I. C. It. It. has
been very largo during tho past four days.
In addition to tho tremendous receipts of flour
und other produce which they lmvo received
nnd shipped southward, they havo received
from stenmersnnd shipped northwnrd to St.
Louis, (Jnlenn, Chicago, Now York und else
where, 1100 bales cotton, C20 hhds sugar, 800
bxs ditto, -100 bids molasses, 350 bbls rice, 400
Toxns cnttlo, nnd a Inrgo quantity of hides
nnd assorted fOclght.
Tho whurfbonts controlled by our energetic
follow citizens, Charles T. Hindc, R. 11. Hcn
drlcks& Co, nnd tho forwnrdlng house of Hal
Hdny Brothers, lmvo all done n lnrgo business"
during tho sumo time, by both river nnd rail,
exclusive of thnt mentioned nbovo ns being
dono by tho I. C. It. It.
AVo dally see cvidenco of tho truth of our
prophecy mado threo years ago, that tho
wrathful thrcntonlngs of southerners to the
effect that they would hereafter ralso their
own corn nnd provisions generally, nnd never
patronize the North again, would soon evap
orate when their paions hud tlmo to cool,
and tho fact Im-ciiiiio nppnront that theyniako
llvo times us much money by laying aside
their prejudices as they could by nursing
their wrath. AVhilo an ncru ')t cotton will
produco from eighty to ono hundred and
twenty dollars, nnd nnacroofcom only irom
twenty to thirty dollars, they will not very
long continue to rni-o corn, when hands
lire so scarcu as at present. If every planter
could command as many laborers ns beforo
tho war, he might posibly bo willing to sac
rifice tho labor of a dozen or two in tho effort
to raise corn for the remainder, but labor is
now so scarce that it must Ihj employed to
tho very best advantage. Tho passions and
prejudices of tho war nro cooling down, both
by tho Influence of time nnd tho appeals of
solf-lntcrest, and wo shnll soon see a return
to the ante-war stutes, and find all the sup
plies of tho South furnished by the North.
A moro kindly nnd magnanimous policy of
tho North toward tho South will hasten this
result. Ood grant that it mny bo speedily
ndonted, for while tho South is suifering
from poverty, tho North ha not much extra
money to boast of.
Tim St. Louis mnritto charitable associa
tion ha-s requested congress to Ingraft into tho
new steamboat hoy tho following amendment:
Thai when boats nro meeting In the night
suv from sun-down to sun-rise It shall bo
thu dufy 01 tm' l1'1'"1 '" tMU up-streum bout
us soon us ho discovers the approaching boat,
if, in his opinion, shu shall be within 300
yards, to stop his engines, and tho pilot of
down stream boat to work his engines slow.
If not within that distance, ns soon ns they
come in that ditnnce, when the do4cend!ng
boat shall Immediately signify which side sho
desires to pass, and shall continue to blow his
whistlo at proper Intervals until the ascend
ing boat rccognUus the signal und makes tho
corresponding one, when both boats may re
sume ther headway If satisfied thero is no
danger of u collision. ,
Tho flue steamer Nashville retii'Ms to
Nashvillo and till way landings on Cumber
land river, this evening. Ho on liourd in
'1 Illinni-IVntriil I'ullrciiil Company,
Aiti'iit'dotiice. rairivtll.. iiw.tw, tses.
All fri'Ilit ri'iimluiiiK la tlio ilepoUiif tins .iiipiiny
iitl'ioro, on tlieiirst ot i-neli uinl every inoaili ln-rinl-
icr, win im prouipuy iirmu uter iu u nnruaoiuo nr
niio is iniipxiiiii1, mm wui w rigi'ii)
JAMKS JllllNfON, Ai at
JAST CALL-l'AV iM'l
Pomona Inileliloil ta ine fo'r Vt'ooil mi'l 'rnl arc n1-qut-stuil
to pay up Imnii'iliatt ly. im 1 nro untitled liiat
unli'9.1 they iIumi eolleetlon Mill lie liiailnliyilueeolirso
or JftW, TIIISli II1U V1 Wit. -I menu wiuii 1 say.
IniiiilSw 1". M. WAltK.
JMIU SAI.H l' lyS'Tipand County iiniers.
ileefi.tlI V ) A.li;!JAlTl!:i.
T'OK sAl.K JlSissjtatrii t lty llond..
ili.e2.Ullw A. II.KA1-TOHII.
"7"AXTH1) Tm gorul nien K" rati and inn Ion
Y on i a--!, r. vi r Apply to I. T. HOv,
nmSd'.'t ' mw Jlill,j:.Mt.andiiliioI.eMe. .
A.VTl'riJ.rC'fflfrirtalle ilVenjnjT wiih fron". 1
tohi.niiH, Apply to JOllNti'llAllMANACO.,
dceW-ltf ' - U Ohio I.euc
-rANTKII-rAIIIO ( ITV I'lliif'KltiY.-l will
V gxcliaii)!tai'oil''aiiii in (iallutiiieouuiy foi eiiy
Int .; a)" a farm ia I'riuilUIn toiinl.v .
iloe;dlv . A.ll.SAFKUtl).
f"A'VsUS-lMhnilsiinl 'iIoIIiVh Calnj lltyd.is
V Moi l; llnnllirenf City Nlltiotiul tuilli. yi-lw
'r..TKI)-AI Iliix.fUi'eiir lliCiro llulli'in
inerihauts ulioitaiit Hill Head.-, of J.ailiujf
naif J'nstcm prinleii,
lirAXTKII -"iiUenliers fol'llu'l'.idy iiud'vTeelily
yV Cairo Until t a. lMily, 87 ei miiiiiiiii Wcel.ly,
w a a it I- II II. T.
QHAS. T. H1NDK,
FOnWAiti)LN AN1 cojimissiox
C'AIKO TRAASFJBR COMPANY
Throuijlt IlllU of I.nitliiu Rlvrii to nil
AvallnMe Points by Ilnll or IVntt r.
OO-siPIX'IAb ATCT.STION TO l-OUWAUDlNO.
TLANTIC AND M ISS1SSI PJ'I
s i' j: a ji s ii i i n v a x y
XCXfW O H. Is 23 A KT s
w. n. AUTiiun
I,AIV OA i
CAin r.lt. Mntor.
iiiiii.ivv- i'. aiiiiiii.i.. WIIITK. .Mii-ti-r.
IIISMAHCK l..STItllvl..N, Mufl.'
i.r.y.iK nr,i... , .ii'M.ll Ma-or,
COMMOSWKAIjTII ..I H.M.V. Master,
COXTIXKXTAI ItllKlIMJnill Mal '
CoinprtslliKnll til" tllli'st mi't largest Isiatsolltof tit
Oniof lliMnlNite littoof strainer ill Iiu I a i
for New Orleuns vrty otlier lay, onnwlinjj at .
Oi leans vritti Ifc'pan I.Iih- off'tfaniers to
Mveriinol, Xesr Yolk, Ilosloti, Mini Ulvf -ton,
I'-nsonuiTS uml HIilpiiiTscnn rsly on ono of tli',"
IsmIs ttuvltiK Cairo .imititally a. aUisc ."' 'l,';"
pnrtlcnlnrnttentloti to all wnvfri'laljl'lf Mcmpli
o New Orleans. CIIAi. T. IIIMiU ....
nriitrnl Avnl, Calm
OtIW r, nn Wliarftsiat. I'llMk lunllOR
UU. K. ."K-ON, l.t ctiKT anil TirKi! Ancill.
I Itttcc, at M. Clmrli'K lintel.
KM I'll IS AND ST. LOIMS
jfgjfcrjt N I li A 3! I- It S.
The follow int; HoMs rotnpose this l.'ne n.l witli
run In Hip follow InK nrdcr
M. K. KOIIHYTII.-....- Zi:ifiI.KIt, .MMter,
MAUIIl-KCITV C 'I.V H A A . M Kr.
1IRI.T.K MKMPHIS .11 1 J K. M a-1 s r.
CITY OF UAlltO . MAI.l.N, Slator
J'rmnpt attention will Is- psi l to nil 'ti.iiifs -triistuil
to tlip-rp of iln IsmIs.
Krviahl ti'l Tlfket OlrU-.i In -oiiiiiiy wfiarM'onf, ul
front id City National Hank.
CIIA-. T. IIIMK, itMK riil A15PIU
KI. K. HrMlN, Tiokst mid rossriiiti-r AKnt.
L'Mtiiric U'lllTJ-' ItlVK.tt AVII
Jil l 1 i.r. iioi n.
l MTKH."TATh MAIL I.I.M;.
JOIIX II. UAVlMt Miip'l, Mumplm, Tennosfvc
The splendid side-wheel
m IASSKN(JKIt STKAMKItS
MAVKLOIVKIt. COMMKHCIAI. ami
l..-ap MsrnphH ery Tt'fDAr, TJIfltUW a I
TL'ltI)AV, at ti.m , for Wluio lti-r rinwtinit m
iMlYall s llllltr tho M. llitdu-und l.lttle Itouk JU.ll
road for I.mto Itis mi'l Ilot SpruiK'- Tune i'ksii
Mptnplii' to l.itlle Itoek, 4s lioitr.
Krcljtlits nl l'aptiK' rs iwi-iptifl uier tlial.c
l.lnu at loer rite-, tlum auv oilu r route.
CIlAf. T. IIINHK. Aneiit. C.iro. III.
Ortieomi Wlmrf-lssi'. .
1T. LOl'IS, CAIl'.O AND VICKSIIUI'.C.
AajKc?fc I'UN-sciiKor NU'iuiioi-x
Ill'UICOX ...ltli.K K. Matir,
IjUMlXAlll .. l.l'K Kit, MstU-r.
II. M.NIIUKVK ( AllTKIt, Master
Cairo Kolns up strrain esry Sl'NPAY an I
Tl'KSDAV, uml on lovr trip t K-ry TMCItIiAV mvI
ht'MlAV, inakinn elosu coiimi'tioii with
VIcksliurK nuil Mrrlillau llnllronil.
Ncliun ami Jlrrlillon ltnllrimil
Xni Urlrmis, Jnrksou ami firrut Xiirlhrrn
Tlirotnjli rwclpt" ytwtn to nay and nil jiotnts on tie
said roads, with riwKft for Vawo Itln-t.
h(jial attention icivm to all way liiiluosa U twen
Cairo uml Vlel;liiirc.
CIIA. T. IIIMU. fifimnil A"ont.
VANSV1LLK AND CAIRO
itfZZOZlf. Consisting of tho following
AjSSsliSiili'iitlid l'iisNeiiger Slcniiier!:
Dr'OCCHKT Mti-tcr I l OWLIIlt t'ler,.
Leaven Cairo Sunday and Thursday nt J p. lit.
Iir.XTi:it Master I (illAMMKIt tin .
Leaves Cairo Tuesilay ami J'rlilay ut t p.m.
lIOWAIifl Master I WltltillT Ucru
Lean s Cairo WVilacsitay and Siatunlay at 0 ji.in.
Making all intermediate luuilinits, nnd iyin ptir
tlelllar iitlcntlon to hudot l-'re'uliu.
CJIAH. T. IIIMU:, llelieral Atont,
f otflee nn U'lwff-lMMit.
SJI V1LLK AND CAIRO
! per annum
nit' 1 urn moiviiii.
rs t iiui"i 1-0 in
s'dJPolL-. Coinpo'ed of tho following
hlMs! Mi.stir IIAItl'l.l! n,
Lonit s Cmrti I'Virj Hiuidn) at ' p.m.
hTIIOMi Master j: S
I.eau-s Culm eiiry Tucdi.j ut j ji.ui.
JlAlt-MO.N M,wter I V1:aVI:1! ucil.
Leatea Cairo every 1'ilday ut 5 p.m.
K-n-fipecial mti jJlion .vi n t" l;.y hnsuit'sa hctrtcct
Cairo and rvusti ill-
. 1, CflAv t HiNlij dmrr.it AKt-nt,
dct'-'t 'tsilif titlko uu Wlmrllwit.