Go to Goldstino & Rosohwutor for bargains
In clothing. . O-Jt
L. E. Qrcon & Co. linvo removal their slock
from tills plnco to St. Louis, M). Any claims
ngnlnst thoin to this (Into orly must bo sent to
thoiroillec, No. IV N. Min streot, St. Louis,
Mo., for sottlcmont. L. E. Gukkn & Co.
Jnn. 15, 18GD-3t
TAXES roll IHflS.
Thn tnx hook Is now In mv lmtids and I
kluill immediately proceed to tlio collection
of tho taxes charged therein, for that pur-
noso 1 shall nttend nt mv olllco in tho court
lioiu u from hnlf nnst 1 o'clock, p.m. until 4
o'clock, p.m., ench Jny. Ij. H. Mykks,
Hhertfl'nnil ex-otnoioeollcctor Aluxnndcrcotinty.
Tlio St. Charles, Thursday, January 14.
W H I'miilne, Memphis;
.1 wHnrrl, Uhlongo;
II V Walton, city;
.1 A tVllln, Teniwcc;
LSlluri, St. Louis
J 0 Conipton, Ky.j
8 llrnoki, Conn.i
" W A Hell, Memphis
.! YViliuw, Dover;
1 II MwVnr, St. Me.
.TV Little, Indiana;
i - J iii'iiuiii cn
H II Parker, u HN
.1 A Wlndratn, rlly:
J Ureal. XI. LouP:
T .1 .leivotl, Ad.mn K.t Co.;
j cram, v n it.;
.Toll ti I'miikIi, liy.i
D M Knowle, Clile ago;
.Mm A Muton, Dover;
i:i,i:ctio. or iuk orn;i:i:s.
Tho City National Hank elected tlio follow
ing niimod gautlonicn as directors: S. Stnnts
Taylor, (Joo. 1. "Williamson, Scott "White, "W.
V. Ilalllday, Stephen Uird, A. 11. Sttllbrd,
nnd JJobort II. Cunningham.
At n meeting of tho Hoard of Directors, "W,
P. Ilnlhani wi oldctod president, A. 11, Snf-
ford appointed enshtur, and Walter Hyslop,
assistant cashier. A. II. Saffokd,
janl2 lw Cashier.
Tho final jttock in gonU' furnishing good
t 138 Commercial avenug. ' 0-3t
"W. Frank Schuckors, editor ol tho
vphysboro (Jackson county) 'Argus', Is in tho
cuy. . jusiness men oi vairo ucsirous ol
rivalling themselves of tho columns of bis pa-
per, can icavo tneir lavors nt tlio 'JJullotin'
editorial rooms. Tho 'Argus' visits nearly
every family In Jackson county.
Upon whom shnll tho mayoralty mantlo
fall for tho noxt year? Irvin, Webb, Wil
son, Wheeler, Winston, Thornton, McKcn-
zic, Williamson, llarmau, Jross, and others,
havo boon sjiokon of j but echo still answers
Tlio report that adlttlo son of Mr. Sackott
liad fallen from thu ferryboat and drowned
wn without foundation. Tho Kttlo truant
took a two days' lcavo nnd explored Mound
City, returning ywterdny ovening.
Country nowspapor ofllco may supply
themselves with comparatively new brovlcr
and nonpareil typo at n very low llguro, nnj
nil hinds of job nnd advertising letter at
about ono-half tho foundry pricost. Tho on-
tlro material of tho Into 'Doinoorat' office is
for sole, in fact, tit prices that can scarcely
fall to suit thoclocst-Ilsted and most oxaet
ing. Tlio "untftrrificd" of tho fourth ward nro
casting about for tho two best men to send to
tho city council. Their "dredger" b.n not yet
brought tlio right men to tho surface, although
good ones havo been scooped up by it by tho
Oflt JOH IIKI'AUTJIKXT-JIU. (IKO. 0. HHIIillT.
If it did not amount to an nbxoluto convic
tion with in that tho job olllco of tho Cairo
Jlulletln' is one of tho completed, not only
"in tho state outside of Chicago," but any
whoroln tho northwest; and if wo woro not
equally sure that wo havo at command tho
judgment and skill to employ that material In
tho production of job work "to tho best tan
Lie ndvnntago wo should not assert, ns wo
now do, that wo aeknowlcdgu no Miporiors
nnywhero in tho lino of plain or ornaniontnl
Job printing. Wo havo the most generally
approved stylo of presses, tho widest lino ami
most desirable styles of metal and wood typo,
nnd every appliance tiiat nccoosity, conve
nience or taste has suggostcd as thu legitimate
proja'rty of Urst-cln Job room'!. With all
thco, nnd a job printer, to superintend, who
is acknowledged to stand in tho very front
ranks of the profi-'fion, having no superior
In Illinois, it would bo iucxcusablo in us not
toproduoujob printing of a character to com
mand the admiration of all judges, und such
hi no otlior woitorn ofilco cc.n surpass In nny
of tluifO otseutlals that constitute ilrst-class
work. That this may not sootn Idle boasting
in the oyes of tlionu who do not Ziou, wo re
fer to a job just from our bauds for that llbu
rnl patron of the prci-t?, W.W. Thornton, esq.,
dealer In lumber, etc. Whilo wo do not point
this out ns tho ne plus ultra among our fine
jobs, woarosuro that no competent critic can
examine it and hoinwtly question our nbillty
to perform nny kind of delicate, intricate,
fancy or olalorato kttur.pr-M work that can
bo executed anywhere olso In tho west or
south. In tho printing of pamphlets, labels,
proscriptions, ball tickets, wodding cards, etc.,
wo nlso claim ilif tnttn and judgment that our
patrons urn all willing to nccurd us. With,
out more ado, then, wo urge our people to
Bend no job-work abroad under tho delusion
that It I too flno for Cairo mastery. In .Jv.
cry instanco ivo guaranty satisfaction;' vtfrt
what moro can the moit ifoHtidiou or pcr
vorso require, llring on your Jobi, then,
coareo or fine, largo or small, black or red,
green or blue, gold or bronze, or all tjboso iu;
one, anu you kiuU bo plcasod with otjr ptlbrts,
Mr. J. S. Swayno, with tho house, of Par
tons, Davis & Co., met with quito a l-crious
, accident yesterday evening, which will prob
nbly house him for eovoral days. ' A boayy
iron safe, Avhlch he was moving, rolled over
the toes of hi loft foot, crushing thrco of
them almost entirely from his foot.
Tho excitetnont occasioned by the appear
. nnco of tho small pox, in the. city, is abating.
cOi'J'ho disease is now confined chiefly to the no
xpoo!, and tho victims of this eharaetor havo
m' V n u"fl'utC( "a "early as po.ible, Wo Iiope
ii t? uh'i I" tt fw days, to aunounco tho dis
jiestiy ieunco 0f (ho disease from our midst alto
I to matlo t
all.- - - - .
Tho Nor ubuiHrino No. 14 camo oil" tho Cairo
University dni or two since, and was towed to
port, and will atiti (Jen, Anderson, Sim is n
tentiou. In u onernt sstiiy' iA..v.y t
clu-ss oflrlitltiitfon tiot now, yet still oxperi
A MIXTUKK OF BLACK ARB WHITK.
Ooorgo Schlnmor was boforo 'squire Dross
this morning, charging under oath tho theft
of a bedstead, mattress. Rtund nnd looking
glass, upon a dusky, thick-lipped wench
nomcu ueiuiy wiuiams. nnu otner negroes
1 T It-till . .. "
whoso names to him woro unknown. It np
pears, from whnt wo loarnod of tho cmo, that
Gcorgo has been basking in Jenny's smiles
for theso many days, cleaving unto hor in
stcknoss nnd in health, dcsplto tho odor and
color of her flesh. Tlio oxporlment of house
keeping proving to Jenny that somo whlto
men nro not n.s good ns n negro even if thoy
do bolmvo themselves, dotormlncd upon n scp
nratlon. A division of tho household effects
followed, and Jonny being dissatisfied with
her allotment took tlio whole stock. Honco
Schlamcr sued. Tho enso will como ui this
evening, and will lend, no doubt, to rloh do
A k.XOTTV OUKSTIOX IIKTWKO AI.KXANIIKlt
For many year thoro has been no littlo
confusion growing out of tlio sinuosity of tho
lino dividing Aloxnndor and Pulaski coun
ties. Caelio river is tho line, and any sheep
Hint, lias a gut as crooked as that stream mus
have tho cramp-colic nil tlio time. In Homo
Instances it throws tho same plcco of land in
both counties. A direct lino from Cairo to
.Mound City crosses it thrco times within two
hundred yards of tho samo point; and unless
tho ferryman is unusually skillful nino times
out of ton be will Innd his passengers on tho
sumo sido lrom which they started. It is
quito natural, therefore, that both counties
should bo in doubt about tho ownership of
land lying along a wntor courto that thus tics
itself into knots every quarter of n mile.
"With a view to tlio adjustment of tho matter
tlio county clerk of this county proposes to
visit Springfield next, week, thiit tho lnnd
may bo entered upon tho books of tlio stnto
auditor, in pursuance of tho agreement be
tween the two counties. As matters 'now
stand, land in Alexander county pays tributo
to Pulaski county, and land in Pulaski county
pays iruiuto to Alexander. That Cncho river
is a serpentine nuisance any way youtakolt.
,.,......; TT. : .
' " . " " T ' ' 1
tin ,,,,,, fn ',lIn),nn ,. .,,
brick business bloek of W. W. Thornton, lo
j a" ,w o nu
cated on Tenth 6troet near Its Intersection
with Commercial avenue. This block fronts
100 feet on Tenth, with a depth of CO feet on
a lino wjth Commercial avenue. It presents
two stories nbovo tho eidownlk, with an eight
feet basement bolow. Tho rdof Is of tin, put
down in tlio most Improved mannor, by mr.
Alox. Prasor, under a sup-contract from Jack
Winter, contractor. Tho entire front of the
building is uniform In style, tho first story
presenting what is denominated an "open
front," and supplied with substantial sash
doors nnd shutters. The block contains flvo
builnes houses, four of tliein so arranged as
to bo thrown Into two, In the event tho occu.
pant should deMro to economize room, or dis
play a largo stock to tho best advantage
Tho two corner buildings (In onu) are occu
pied by mcssrs. Parsons, Davis, & Co., ns a
wholesalo queenswaro and glasswnro estab
lishment, and serve most admirably for that
purpose tho floors ns ucd by them projonting
a superficial area of over 7,200 fuet quito a
space, as will bo admlttod, to fill up us mcssrs.
P. I), it Co. havo filled it with queenswaro,
etc. The two adjoining buildings will bo In
full life in n week or two, os heavy jobbing
establishments. Tho fifth building is occupied
by mr. Thornton as tho olllco of hi lumber
yard adjoining, and store-room for such arti
cles as door, snsh, blinds, mouldings, brack'
ets, "railing balustors, etc., that require sholtor
Tho brick-work of tho bloc);, which Is a
smooth, plain and substantial job, was per
formed by messrs. Wood & Uoyle, for whoso
extraordinary skill with tiie plummet and
trowel many of tho finest buildings in Cairo
stand witness. Tlio woodwork was dono un
der contract by N. L. Wlckwlro and John A.
Pooro, mnstor carpuntors, whoso reputation
has only been heightened by the orcctiou of
buildings on nearly every squaro In tho city.
Thoy nro among tho few "boss" carpenters
who havo not yet learned the trick of slight
ing their work, T.hq painting was dono by
mr. W. W. Woolen, n finished and honest
mechanic; and tho glazing by Prank Wood,
who, in Ills line, has very few equals in this or
any other city.
The erection of this costly block of build
ings by mr. Thornton, nt n period of such
very depressing dullness in tho city, that
mnuy citl.ons looked into tho future with
distrust und misgivings, speaks In unmistaka
ble tiTins of his ever-abiding faith that Cairo
must ultimately becomo ono of tho leading
interior cities of this continent. Ho has shown
his faith by his works, and will live, wo are
sure, to soo a .realk-.ntion .of his predictions
concerning Cairo, which ho founds upon an
intelligent estimato fof thq wonderful sur
roundings and"ndvantages of tho locality and
tho inevitable operation of tho Iuwh of trado.
Mr. Thornton, wo havo intimated, is en
gaged In the lumber business. To this wo
may udd that he nooiiiy Jiringi. great expe
rience to liis aidbut facilities growing out of
his nrrnugumyut with tho lending dealers in
his lino in Chicago inrt olsfcwhoro, 'which no
other Cairo dealer coinmunds. Tho largo bus
inojthf 'trnniubtA 'mipplying local' demands
and filling order froiri' abroad; suggests at
once that ho keeps what the trade demands,
and sells it nt satisfactory prices.
It is not entirolyiout' of placo,' porhnps, to
rumarlc In this connection, that wo havonover
known n more generous patron of tho local
press than photon, , Ho, appreciates
the valuo of printers ink, and makes aliboral
usu of U, lie throw, all his work into Cairo
ofllces, pays tlio bills therefor witli a cheerful
promptness, and ijover gave the matter as to
whether ChicagoSt Louis, "or Louisville
might do it n little cheaper, a moment's con
sideration. Ho is cssoutla.Hy for Cairo and
Cairo institutions. id not pt (loso who, from
tho fruits of Cairo patronage; build up St.
Louis or other "foreign" printing otllcos. Suoh
men as he will always succeed wliqro business
worth, commercial integrity nnd gonornl use
fulness aro appreciated by tho pcopjo.
The .Underwriter is still at our wharf, In
excellent ordori , for , business, It; would bo
folly for about to attempt tonink near Cairo.
f"r tho Underwriter and No. 14 wou
yiJ' V0''01'0 Jcr freight coujd get wet.
for tho Underwriter ami No. 14 would raiso
Andrew 'Willlftms is an elder "In broth
Shores' churoli, but in utter disregard of thl
responsibilities of his position and or tho nig
moral teachings of that sablo' divide, hrf.cbv
otorl Ida nnli.t,1.nr'a linnn. Tn other Word
ho purloined tho hind quartors or sovori
hogs from the homo of D. Arter, whero h
was cniraired ns a laborer. Ho did it in thi
wiso: During working hours, when tho cy
of tho boss was not on him, ho would "clamp
n ham, and pnsslnir out at tho bnck doo
would drop It into a barrel of water slttin
thoro undor tho snout. This "shrowdncss
ho would repeat sovoral times during tho.dav
nnd when night como on ho would grabbli
tho hams from tho water, placo thorn I
tho sack, nnd trudge oil' homo. Lnst nigh
howover, Andy came to grief. Charley Ai
i t .... . i
tor uiscovorcd tho Hams in ino water, nnusu.v
pcctlng tho truth kept a watch for tb
denoumont, from nn up-stnir window. Who
night camo on Andv nnpeared with hi
snck, fished up bis meat, and was making o
with it, when Cliarloy overhauled him. Uo
ho was hand-culled, chained to the safo-hai
dlo j how ho protested Hint ho hnd never stc
len i nvtliing before, and that this tlmo h
stole hams Instead of shoulders, becauso h
didn't want to waste salt on tho shoulders;
mny not form a part of this veracious recital
Sulllco it to say that in spito of Andy's pro
testations of previous innocence, a search dis
closed other hams concealed in his dwollingJ
which looked marvclously liko tho pair last!
As tho prosecution of tlio olfending negro
would havo involved tho county in n heavy
cxponso, ho was turned Iooso nnd tho "Iui-
Klux" informed of his delinquency. It is
said that that torrlblobody of men nro nftor
him with flails and sausage-grinders.
Largo quantities of furnituro nro moving
uirougu Lalro, just now, to supply southern
markets. If thoro is any good reason why
this furniture may not bo manufactured at
Cairo, whero wo havo the finest timber in tho
world, wo should liko to know what that rea
Port Lint for the Ttvciity-four Iluiiri land
ing at Two o'clock, I'. 31.
(ii'ii. AinWson, Cnliun.; Mlllircy, 1'niltirnh;
Himpson Homer, I'llti".; J'.iullnu CUrroll, .N. 0.,
I. Orcnn, ' - ' I.nnilusy. St. I.ouln;
ArnimlA, KvnnMillo; Tyrone, .VmIitUIc;
II. M. fchrtivo, Vickburg; clark-rlllc, Cincinnati;
fJon. Andrrron. t'oluin.; Milbrcy, Pa'lucnh;
I'niilino (iirroll, Ht. l,ou!i;I,unilniry, Vckkbiirg:
II. M. Hhrcvc, " Ktinp.-on Horner, X. O.i
Lorcnn, " Dexter, "
Armada1 Kvansrlltp; flarkillc, Ark. ltiver.
A steady rnin commenced lost night nt dark,
which was vory light nt tlrst but Increased to
n down-right old-fashioned rain which has
filled all our cisterns and restored our streets
to tho muddy condition of two weeks ago.
Tho rain cciued about u o'clock this morning, 4
4 1 . 1. - - - . .1 . Jl 1 - . I
nnu v it uiu sun BiruggiL'u iiiruugu inoucnso
clouds', giving promiso of a fine ufternoon over
Unusually dcop snows havo fallen in tho
south. Tho tolegraph roportn snow at Vicks
burg four feet deep, nnd trains on tho Mem
phis nnd Clinrleston railroad delayed six
hours near Tuscumbia Ala., by snow drifts
four feet dcop, whilo tho depth on levels was
two feet. This is the first tlmo since railroads
commenced running in tho south that thoy
were over snow-bound in Alabama, and it is
probably tho deepest snow which has over
fallen in Mississippi.
Tho weathor is mild at St. Louis, but cold
at Cincinnati and Pittsburg.
Tho Mississippi is falling at St. Louis.
The Ohio Is rising rapidly nt Loulsvlllo and
Ulncinnnti, with nlno feet over the falls. It
is falling fast at Pittsburg, owing to tho cold
weather, and only thirteen feet is now report
ed in the channel.
Tho Cumberland is risng ngain, with 18
feet on Harpeth Shoal's.
Hero the river has fallen three inches sinco
our last report, but tho riso in tho Cumber
land will hold it iu cheek until tho Ohio rise,
now passing Cincinnati, can reach us. AVo
will then probably linvo two or thrco feet
more water than at present, unless tho .Mis
sissippi should rlso in tho interim,'
Tlio southern rivers and bayous aro nil in
flno boating stages, and likely to continue so
for some time, as tho recent snows will not
remain long without thawing,' in that lati
tude. Ilusiness has been good as usual at our
wharves, except that boats nro wanting to
carry olf tho accumulation of freight for
southern ports. Many hundred tons are now
on tho whnrf-bonts and iu tho warehouses
awajtipg shipment to Memphis, Vicksburg
and Now Orleans.- .
Tho Luminary, for Vicksburg, and Dexter,
for Now Orloans, wero so deoply iadon that
they could add vory littlo to their cargoes
here. V i.
Tlio ClarKsvillo received soveral lots of Ar.
kansas river freights all there was on hand.
Tho Armada brought ICO bbls flour and
meal, 'JOO pkgs oats, 233. pioccs stones nnd
castings, 10 sugar kettles, nnd 130 pkgs fur
niture, for roshipmcut south. ,u-.lf; i 'J
Tho Tyrono-brought.20QiiV3 ddrn, lOOonip
ty barrels nnd soveral lots sundries, for Cairo,
the consignees being Ilalliday Ilrothcrs, C.
Gnlllgher, 0. W. Green, Strntton, Hudson &
Clnrk nnd-Frod. Korimcy6r.r'8ho also dis
charged hero 190 pkgs dried fruit, 30 pkgs
cedarwaro for Chicago, 130 bflra'and' bundles
iron and 5 bales bags for St. Louis, 13 cattlo
140 bbls flour, C27 bars, pieces und bdls Iron,
for reshipineiitsquUiv v ,,, r .
Tho l'nducTdf packet' -Nought .7,000 feet
lumber for reshipmont to St. LtxVEaml ir,
tuns sundries for rcshlpmont south.
Tho Paulino Carrol, dmrgJicxu 23
hhds sugar; 80 bis 'ditto; 80 bbls, half bbls
nnd kegs of molassca; 8 bbls ronlHjpp k.i
seed; CO' pkgs sundries, and 151 head cattle.
Tho Dexter had tho largest nmount of stock
which wu boliovo over "went down ' tho river
on ono bottom, amounting to 3(420 head, as
follows; CIS mulci'i3'0 ho'rscs, 4 cows, CC8
chcop. She also had 20 flno bloodod hunting
dogs, which tho ownor was tak'ing south' for
Tho H. S. Tumor loaves for Memphis hnd
way points this ovenlng.
Tho Tyrone, captain Tom Ilarmnn, clcrka
it, between Washington
PojiUtr jlreets, .. ,.J
(wcarry or?oslto tho Court IToiiip,)
kiiriini'ii, niul''onrt All orders' on Hiort. notle.i
.iirnuing ooiio nonuy mm clicnpiy. l'nironnt
UGTION AND UOMMISS",
05, Coiiiuicrcinl Avciiuo. '
rhoonly I.lcciiJoitAucllonecr in Uio city, buyi
.(4Im on coinmlAtlon nil Idinli of
Ami mnkcA prompt return on all rne:
In Any Ilriiulrcil Aiuoiiix,
I'lnees on the Cuut'iunt.
CITY NATIONAL BANK',
.. H.SAKFOKD, Cwhlcr
JOHX W.' TltOVEH . CO.,
IROKKRS AM KXCIMXGE DEALER:
EiKhth etrcet, second door from Com. Ave.,
) AIm, TatKage Ticket from
jAterpool, Irondon, Ifarrr, Antwerp. Ilrttnen
n jiuriiuury, iu ,irw iors,
' Or to any point Went.
oarColleetlons made on any point in Euroir.
leoil'M.lif r '
BOOKS, STATIONERY, ETC.
5 H S
ILLIAM VT. THORNTON,
Wholctalo anil Itctall Dealer In
IX. XXX bor.
Mar Vnnit, Dnnm, Hnuli, llllmii anil IVIni'1
w - -v. .... . tvi.
tween Commercial ami W1ilni.(r.n t.ni."
AoiRr roa 1
Ilicer Paper Company's Sheathing Felt
DA PITA 1
A. II. ftAVVOIU), CnKlilei i 'l
AVALTKU MXUUW, AlklLtniil
"""""""'Dlmlonr' --... -
H. fiTATTSTAVLOIt, I W.'l'. IALI,ll)v 1
('.hwilliajhon , I sTLi'iiuK' liiitiT,
A, li. HAJ-J'OIlD,
Exelmn'ge, Coin. aa UllUed stales om,s
, , .""VKasoia.
Deposits Receive jiiul a (7ltMi
Business Conducted. "
IfcMro UuUHiu!'0'5'1' ll,u"l0' 1,1,1,0 'u ot'tlA
QllAS. T. UiNDE,
FORWABDLNU AND COMMISSION
4JAIKO TItlNl Kit COMPANY
Avnllnblc l'olntu liy llnll or Wnter
rarSi'ECIAh ATTESTIOS to fouwaudinu.
TLANT1C AND MISSISSIPPI
i: A MS II IP COMPANY
(jompromisj: line steamers
V. It. AHTIItlll
Itl SI A 11C5IC
1. 1 7. 7. IK (J 1 1. . ........
1 1 VT 1 N 1C X T A Ij
CA I IT Kit. Mter,
, I'lWiltAM, lftT,
, WHITE. .Miiilcr,
Coinprnlng all the fluent and largett lKKitotof Ht
Ono of the above lino of ntcnmcrs will leimi CVi ni
for New Orleans CTery other day, connectinK at
Orleans with Ocean I.lno of Steuinem to
Liverpool, .New York, lloiton, mid Onlvm
l'n.eiiRer and SlilppoM eaij rely on ono rS heM
u'atn leuvlni? tain, punctually h o. JMI1 pai'
Srtleiilar Mention loVll yfflfl;w 3Irm
to Now Orlcau.
CIIZ. T. HINDU
General Ant, Cairo.
Offle. -n Wlmrnmat, 1'ublte WtidlnS.
' I'D V.SISMIS, IWwiijer am
. Olltce, at HI- Charlei lintel.
1 Ticket Aent.
MEMPHIS AND ST. LOUIS
Ti fM lowing Iloat. roinju tins I.mo nl ill be
Nn n tlio following oruer i
31. K. KOIIHYTII. ..
CITY OK ALTON
..THO.M Va iN. Jlwtcr,
1-roinpt attention will U pn.J to all but lne in
TrM !X T"eketf 0,e mo.l)- "lMoat. la
front of City 0.0rrftl AciH.
I'.D. F. PtiVON. Ticket anil I'lUM'tuter AKvat. . ,
ji i 1 j.r. Jiuuiv ,
i L'.MTED hTATK-i .MAM. LINK.
UAV1JS, up't, Mempliu, Tenne.--e.
Thu splendU sido-whcel
MAYKliOWKIl, COJIJIEHCIAI. anil
I.v Mrinrh!!. orerv Tl E-DAV. TIlt'ltHUA) an-l
f.VTl'ItDAT. at p.m., for Whito Htjer. cimnwtlnK at
Inilull n Ulan with t'lO Jieniiniia aim i."
ral for Little ami Hot prmx-
the Metnt lim anil Little ltok lUlt
anil liol firiuK. Tlmo from
Mpinpliu 's Lutl' Itoek, is Iiour.
Krt utiitt ami ajuenuer reflptel or tliealiTo
Lino at low it rate titan nny other mute.
Lino a 10 juj,.,,, Uvn ,iu u
OIUcn ou Wharf-Uat.
rtT. LOUIS, CAIKO AND VICKSIlUIlti
The s pleiidid
, lll.AKi:, Ma.tr,
every Kl'XDAV unl
l-nmi iuro Koini; up nin-nui rivif ,'
Tl rDY. an iomli.wn trp enry Till IthDAi an l
MMAV, iiuk!nKel"0 connexion wiui
Vlekaliurg anil Jltrlilluu llnllrnuO,
Selinn ami 3Ici Idlnii llnllroad
Xer OrleniK, Jm Uinii nml Great XortUrm
Through receipt pivrn to nny anil all pOliiU on the
aiil roailn, with Vaekelii for Varoo Hirer.
Piitelul attention Kicn to nil way .iinnei leteen
, . -.. 1. . 1
LUAS. T HINDI?. Oeheral
Ullleu on Wliart
j-JgVANSVI LLK AND CAIJIO
wgSpli'iiiIld'l'n.sseiigOr" Steniitfrr. :
(DrtsOl'CIIKT Mruter l-yWLElt..-,.,.... ..CWrk
Leaves t'alro hunilay ami Timriniiiy at p.m.
DKXTKIt U.tur)gitA)lMKI..l CVrl:
Leave Cairo Taeily ami 1'riilny nt p.m.
HOWAPPiU.. ..iiMkalor WltKiHT Clerk
Leaves Cairo Wednesday and Saturday nt 0 un.
MftUliiRall liii.rtiiedlftto liindinsk, and myhig var
tlcuiar imeniion 10 i-uei.ei i rmniua
V. 11 INDK.'tietA'fuVAKeiit,
-nt'itIM wvtnntmn ,mIimIH
NASHVILLE AND OAIUO
. try- Composed of'the'mllijig
filMrf Mn-iter HAltl'KIt , Cleu.
Leave CVIro cucry Baaday at o p.m.
g-ntONC. -iMastcr KOAN .:...'..... Clerk
Leave Cairo eu-ry Tuesday at fl p.m,
, .T'i. 'MH;rYllONE, '..! 11 M '
HAUMON Master WIUYKI! Clerk
Leave Cairo overy Fililay nt 5 p.m.
Wit-ripcolal attention given to nay bnninci. buUwtia
Cairo and NashvllM.
C1IAS. T. HINDI:, General Agent.
dec21 'CSJtf piUco ou WhurtWat.ia
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