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Tim of Arrival mill Depnrlure of .Mails.
(Cairo I'odt Oftifo, lMirtlary B, 18K) )
(Timo of flomg.)
NWHI (Himitfftl aifin.ni .u';p in.
Korfhiway) 4 . ir. p.tn 11:00 1
gWIillfthroiiuliniiil my). 4iV0n.ni ll!(xi ji.iu.
S-Wth.Meiilp!ipAN. O.).. 4i00n.ni 4:00 p.m.
xfiaaWlnnl Hlinr roiitn.l
piilo jun-r route o:oip.tn uxvp.m.
Tafffiej end lrtly... GiCO p iii.... 7i00p.ni.
Charleston, Mo., TuctUAys
TllUmlaJII SM Unisys., mw n.lil. . . .n:uu nun.
SwitiiFti OiOOp.ml'Vl. 7:00 a.m. Hat.
Ohm Km t tte dctwts every ilnv ivxrept Mondays.
.1. M. IlltAIIAM, 1'. SI.
Jutt abodt every otliar FMunre the pedestri
an H obliged to tep ufl' the sidewalk, just now,
i givo room for n dog fight. AVill the dog
MiUance novor le tibatod ?
A Fourth "Ward oitlacn was relieved of
four of the only nix shirts "ho lmd to liU back,"
fet night tho washerwoman having loft tlinin
ort thu iine nfter night-fall, mid sonic Vkulkihg
thief having tnkon thorn In for hor.
John Q. Hannan, rtiM., i slowly cotivn
kteing, but Ii not yetnblo to leave his room.
It U extctcd that lie will bo on hi. feet
again in the couro of a few day, tinle., un
fortunaUly, he should take n backset.
"When, several woets ago, we remarked
ttuU Chicago and St. Louis viowed tht pro
gress of Cairo with n jealous eye, our .Mound
City eolomporarv, having hud hi oyos docd
to dcvolopmnU in that line, hal hahed! con
rnUlreJy. A shameless exhibit ioti of tho
"greon-cyod monster" by tho editor of tho
Chicago 'Tlnim,' since that period, 1ms
changed the tuno'' of our young frigid, and
jiui Mm at the work of belaboring Chicago
jrith round good will.
Some of our citv papa htivo an utter oon-
tempt for Cmhing's niatiunl, and for pnrlia
awntary law generally. It restrains the l'roc
cTotti of notion, and is therefore, entirely ig
nored by them.
A""U two months ago, on tho motion of
Alderman Gibson, Alderman Susntika was
fined Ave dollur for absenting himself from
a rogular mootiiuc. At the council meeting
'-'d on Monday night, n motion to remit Mr.
HuMMka ' flne wa made, when Gibson took
the Moor and sfdd : "Gentlemen, u 1 Wan the
Man who made the motion upon which tho
iine wa assessed, now mfitlrnw (ml m,
Swtf' And in this way the matter win ilU
poted of. Parliamentarians who hold to the
aotion that tho mover Iohh the control of hi
motion the tnomwit it is acted upon, van fee
SOW 'what miserable tbieV-hend thev an-.
The mayor and market couimitteo will at
tend at tho city market houe, -March 8th., at
Jhree o'clock, p.m., for the purpose of letting
stall lor the unfiling year. Those intcro-tcd
-rill govorn thwiinelvii accordingly.
A. Cms, Market Mnter.
Tt itilit'i'nncr .llrrtltii;.
lulu Iiiiio Wnodl'nry, of Cliiciigo, will
addree tho j-ojilo of Cairo to-morrow
(TJiurtday) oriiiinj,. in the Methodist church,
apon the ol'j t uf ind mperouce.
All are invited to attend.
Icilll llrrlx l'1'n Ilratmii Mill.
The high reputation enjoyed by l.oiiU Her
bert, a$ a rtwtiuirattiiir, is dcifrvud. His
jJace of bu'iiiM. under Walker A; Vision s,
Is well fiirnUhml, kept in a clemi, orderly
mauiier, and is freqiisuted by the boit el. of
citizn aud stntnger. He ke.ip. all tho lux
uries, i always up to the time in mutter of
eatable, employ the very brst cooks, uud is
cxeoedinly attentive and courteou to his
We com mend Her'- rt' i'tiiblUhmnt to
ill who can pprnciatc n good square iiiumI,
tlrst f I;. . lunch and gentlemanly treat
ment. Uiii kIkim Aim.
Sometime during the night a burglar en
tered the grocery lre of .Mefsr. ilrii-tol A
Ktillwell, o Kigth Hreet, and curried oil' tho
money drawer and it contents. An entr.inee
ofi'octed through the from door, by matins of
abetter. .Mr. ltritol found tho door cloiwl
tbi morning, but uuloikul, being coiilldent
that it we lock.xl iKMtmh at the time of
cisMittg iiit night.
The drawer ouiitulntHl nboul twenty dollur
in tVuutioliiil currency, u notf of hand for75,
n amount f nliy scrip which ho i ntiiiot re
Cfdl, aud a gold risg.
Messrs. B. V; S. have no mitifiictry clue to
the burglar. About twelve o'alook, itdn1t:bt,
gcntluniMiilee)niig in an adjoining building,
Letrd fooUteM In the grocery, but accepting
the eoncloslon that one of the proprietors
W in there on lottineM, gave the matter a
Quite a nuiuU-r u' iispioious churaelei'
Kere porMmbulmlng tho city ut a late hour
WJt night, and we iull nut ho wrpr., , to
iir of future vllUMiiie.
Oil nml Ic It r ''iiliirllli .
Tkt mvatteiwwull 1 Tf the 'TSiillotlu were
morning paper, we should give th.- ueulher
the go-by, for the" it would liavu two or
three hours in which to eliiingc, b t on tho
HMUtieat of out writing and the tine. ')..
paper diliv. ry into tho hands of the Bcedcr.
Jiut theMiwlletln,' being an nvciiing paper, wo
mm put an ustoj.pei upon all atinophcrle
dodge, by waiting uutil the hour offing to
priM lwfure venilug a single remark on the
subject of the woathor.
Wo otin toy, however, without m.y l ..f
being rendered riilieuium i,y SU(jac t 1(, ,f
lVt the weather hia brt reinarkublc. Y
tr4ay ohrcttiried by ull the gforie-. of
My ,' -'ly vegt.utionlugl.e.., . . . -1.4r4ttMg
a soil ut n heavy-bonri, J ' ;
to Spring, and motherly Iiuju re tcl ( ,
their ide lu vvi uor duet or Hh lm.,., .t ,.
t gnjoyed h? lunsliine moat rntioimp. l.,b
tM)y Whtw ! The moment t uuS-.
ti edge of tlio outer door-ociing n "iil. ,,r
' Htvt 'VpaU" It. Uurk, diuii!, yliil!y, tbu
Viod dwhing tin. Mi. w into one' fi. , ... .
yWcb way he will, t'... Ins bcei .
UK me .li4 i : i Mind
ii hat l
Cairo, ill., Mnrch I,
Present His honor the mayor and nldor
inen Arter, Carroll, Gibson, Halliday, J.ohr,
I'eilly, Jlcdmaii, Jtittenhouse, .SusaMja and
lSeports of 11. .Slinnne.y and P. llros,
)olieo magistrate.", for dunnary; of jiolico
constables, for February j of A. Cain, market
master, for February, and of Win. T. Uccr
wart, city treasurer, for February, worn pre
sented and ordered on tile.
. Olllcinl bonds of oflleor elected ntlnte char
ter election were prccnled, mid on motion of
Alderman Itittunhoiuc wcihs referred to the
Tho committee on claims reported favoru
bly on tho following bills :
Of A (J. lloldon. for lumber fcuhi..S -11 00
wi j MKier, removing carrion
Of F. Vincent, sundries for jail
Of Thomas 2f nughton, work on i-ide-walk
II It' 1 1 - . . . ' n ..
Of Michael Mahonoy, work on Mde
walks Of 'J'homaa Sullivan, work on (-ide-walks
Of J. Johnson, for lumber 0 33
()1 .lolin liowley, for balanco duo m
city collector 1C0 00
Of John W.Strnuhnl. diotintr prUonoM
in jail 100 00
ut Aral) lire eompanv, two fptartorj
allowance J0O 00
Of David JJnvls, caro ofintill imx pa
tiont 22 r.O
Of city gn company, g coimunwl In
street lumps . . .. 181 05
Of Kmma Irvin", carcofsniall pov w.
Of city gas company. gn consumed
ny Kougiiamt iteatiy tiro company
Of city gas company, gas consumed in
r. I I
citv clerk s ollice
Of city gas company, gas consumed by
Arab fire comimny ..
f)f Hoed i: Mann, work on iiuiiiih,
vi ueeu tv-tiann, worn on pumps.
Of A.O. lloldon, telegram, (cash).
Of C. U. "Woodward, hundries for
Hiui) 10 25
On motion the several bills were allowed by
the following vote, viz:
Ayo Arter, Carroll, Gibson, Halliday,
Lolir, Uollly, Redman, Jtittenhou.-o tind-Ku-sanka
Alderman Vincent excu.-od from voting.
Tho following bills were presumed:
Of Cairo city coal eompanv, coal for
clerk's olllee ! $ 2.'i 32
Of A. Cain, market nia-ter, salary. . ."0 00
Of Martin, salary 50 00
Of Itough and Jiottdy tire company,
one quarter' allowance .". 100 00
Of Win. T. Iteorwart, treasurer, sal
(if John 1'. Fiigln, salary
Of C. Martin, epro charges, (cah)
Of C. Martin, coul, (ta-h )
Of Jaiiios Hgaii, work on streets (cash)
Of it. Sliimney, tulary and uo of
ollice for election
Of J. J. Gordon, medical attendance
Of John Hogaii, Hilary
Ot lllcliant Hull, attendance on small
uo liutieut 0 00
Of r trick Collins, salary ih healh
i' .lrl.!.- (
Of police constables, for J'ubrtiary..
On motion tlie several hill were allowed
by the following vote, viz.:
Ayes Artor, Carroll, Glboii, Halliday,
I.ohr, Iti.dlly, l.'ixlnuui, iittcnhoiiu, .Susaiika
ami Vincent 10.
The following bills woro referred to tho
committee on claims :
Of J. Johnson, for sidewalk lumber.. $2 II 47
Of Nicholas Keith, furnishing collln
and burying two small pox patients, 32 00
The hill f S. StuuU Taylor and Kdwln Far-
ont, iiiiiMintlng to $7o0 00, for coit in case
agaitut city, was reforred to the city attornoy
and a Mwjcial committee, coritUting of Alder
men Arter, i'eilly and Halliday, with full
JtOWer to fettle the Min.
Petition of Mr. Towers, in relation to street
tilling, wa, on motion, referred to A. 11. Ir
vin. On motion of Alderman Arter tho lino of
$5 Impoicd on Alderman Suianka at n previ
ous meeting, fur non-attciidatice, was remitted.
Alderman itlttcuhousoollcrcd tho following
resolution, whleh was, on motion, adopted:
Itesolved, That the finance committee, in
conjunction with' the comptroller, are hereby
ordered to cancel, keep a record of, and de
stroy all matured coupon attached to tho un
Usu'cd bonds now in the hands of the city
comptroller, and report tho sumo to thu next
regular meeting of the city council.
Petition of Dun. Hartmiiu, together with
the rumrt of the euiiimittee on aame, was pre
sented and read.
Alderman Kullly ottered the following res
Itesolved, That the petition of Daniel Hart
mini be refernnl to the ordinance committee,
lu conjunction with the elty attorney, to re
The committee riqxirted an ordinance enti
tled 'an ordinance to allow D.iniel Hartmiiu
to remove a wooden building within the tire
liiulU, and to replace the same with another
wooden building," which was referred under
The clerk then rjad a notice from Moore A:
Doolittle, attorney., for W. H. McGlnnls, of
thecitj of New York, netting forth that Faid
W. H. McGiniiis is the holder of a certain
(5,000, H per cent., two jeur Ixuid, of the city
of Cain, upon which interest has been stop
pod by order of the council of said city of
Cairo, in the city of New York, and that lo
gal proceedings had been commenced against
tho said city of Cairo, in thu city of New
York, lor value of hi me.
On motion of Alderman Vincent, thu notice
was rol'oricd to tho Finance coiumitteo, aud
The clerk then read a communication from
tho ugeiiU ot the city of Cairo, in Now York,
stating that ceitnln motile deposited by'said
city of Cairo, in the city of Now York, to
pay inl trost on bonds, was attached by W. II.
I Alderman Itittunhouse presented tho fol
lowing munition, which was, on motion
adopted : t
1 Ki o!ved, That the elty treasurer bo ordor
i ed, in eonjuuction with the City National
I lank oi' .iro, to advlsa tho Nintli National
lin.iK 1 ileOi-euu Natloniil Imlik, of Now
'ii uii- v.ny niii'inii uuiik,
c 'i.p.Mi., pi-cs ntrd, while
Is n New York,
niK 1 FAfiiN, O.ty Clerk
1 1 v r prowling abo it,
.1. X' . 1 I 1 I
i ml uu i f v-ntii .tt ceis,
at tho hour of two or three o'clock this morn
ing, climbing back fences, running across
loti and otborwlsu demeaning themselves ns
rascals. Jlcing nsailed by Mr. Alden's faith
ful dog, a lino Newfoundland, ono of tho
scamps drew a pistol and shot tho poor brute,
seriously wounding, but not killing it. Ap
prehending that the roport of the pistol
would arouse the residents, they decamped
hastily and tlnally. If thoy succeeded in
stealing anything tho fact has not conic to our
FIRE LAST NIGHT.
Kiillillntrs DmlroynlWulcr mHI
About 2 i!clock this morning a'two story
frame building on Ninth street, between Com
mercial and Washington avenues, was discov
ered to bo on fire. The alarm was sounded,
and the clanging bell soon rou-od the sleep
ing neighborhood, and brought hundreds of
citizen to the spot, among tho first our wide
awake firemen. The building being entirely
of wood, light and tlnderish, burned so rap
idly as to placo Its re-cue entirely beyond tho
reach of human agencies. Tho Humes were
encouraged in tlnrr destructive course by a
strong wind ; bidTliey were neither too fierce
nor furious for'.'Vjllremen to assail. Thoy
went to work, tVf.Miioughs and A rain, insisted
by tho apparatus!' Feuchter fc Co's bicw
ory, and accomplished results of which nny
ilreiiicn might feel proud. Tho building in
which the lire caught, which was a mas of
llamo when the llr-t water wn thrown iiwn
it, was, of course, continued; and a small one
story frame adjoining was in part burned;
but n third frame, standing within' five or six
feet of the last, was saved, uninjured. The
flro that involved the second building was ac
tuully drowned out, and the neighboring
proporty o played upon, the while, as to es
The building in which tho firo originated,
belonged to Mr. Jnmos fc'iillivtin, who rosides
on Twenty-seventh street, and was occupied
by u couple of negro families. For the origin
of tho llro thtro is no satisfactory explanation.
Tho negroes were delinquent in the payment
of rent, and Sullivan being iu straightened
circumstances insisted upon payment. He
visited tho housu on a dunning expedition
yesterday evening, and receiving neither
money nor satisfaction, threatened the ne
groes with an ejectment from the premises.
We are informed, in'fuet, that quite an angry
altercation followed, and that one ot the dar
kies becoming insolent, received u list on the
knob. Upon these fact omn people Imw tho
conjecture that the negroes, in a spirit of re
sentment, fired tho building.
Tho mlloinim: building, of which only a
charred shell enuiln, was owned ilrnl occu
pied by Charles Hflfrich, a butcher. He suc
ceeded In saving thu contents
'I'll nil Us lit Carroll.
An unexpected opposition to further ap
propriation to the Hibernian Kiro Company
developed Itself in tho City Council sometime
ago, which threatened for a time to defeat
further allowances, and resulted, anyhow, in
delaying the payment of those due, a period
of several months. Alderman Carroll, con
ceiving that tho ctllclcncy of tho company
was disturbed by the withholding of the al
lowances, limited upon their payment, his
cirort finally being fully crowned with uc
co. Appreciating the friendship of Mr.
Carroll, nnd the value of his service in thoir
behalf, the company passed, at u Into meeting,
tho following resolution of thanks, introduced
by Jimmy Kuglish:
Kosolvod, That wo tho members of the 111
liernian Kiro Company, No. -1, do hereby ten
dor to Mr. James Carroll, alderman from the
Fourth Ward, an expression of our sincere
gratitude and heart-felt thanks, for the active,
persistent and elliclent part taken by him to
procuie from th city tno three quarterly in
stalments duo this company, forming lu thu
aggregate the sum of three hundred dollar.
Uoolvod, That this ncknowhlgemeiit of
thanks he spread upon thu company's records,
and that tho .Secretary cause its publication
in tho Caiko Kvr.vi.vii IJim.i.kti.v.
Tho Hibernians are "brushing up," we un
derstand, with a vlow to prove by their work
that thoy arc neither disorganized nor demorul
b.od. They have a vorv good reputation,
running buck seven or eight year, which thoy
are unwilling shall bo blasted, because It
would plcu-o two or three Individuals to have
Twoca... of drunk," constituted tho jmlleo
business U-foro 'squire Shnnnessy, up to tho
hour o.f putting the 'Uulletin' to pros. Ono
ofthom, Stephen Leary, had no money, and
in consideration of the horror of hi.- night
spent in the calabooie, he was dischcrged.
Kllen Murphy, an old offender, got whoop
ing drunk, yesterday evening, nnd was tnken
to jail in a wheelbarrow, the novel mode of
convevuiiee attractliitr eon-idernble attention.
and collecting a largo crowd of loafing negroes
and other. Mko l.uary, ho was bankrupt.
Thu Squire reprimanded her sevoroly nnd unit
One William Itussull shipped one Sarah
Nisines on the kUaor for some of her impu
dence and tSarali complained. Officer Hun
saktr wh in pursuit of tho shipper, but wo
couldn't wait for tho doiiouineiit.
I'orl I.Ni rr the H 1 Hour. Knillng nt
j Tm-o o'clock, I. ?I.
fit'ii. Aii.lcrson Coltini.; Win. White, I'lt'liiculr,
I tjuu kslii., i;iii!itlllCl Dii'lutnr, I.oillsvillr;
I 1 ll- Hi. I.OUI4, He. I.onls; Thompson IVan.N. O.,
.Iiilin l.iiiiiultii, fta-hiiUc; Alaska, "
Clicjeniif, i'nu'iiiiinil; City of Aliou, Vlckburi.
lien. AihIhimjii, Uiliim.; Win. While, I'mliii'iilii
Allrghvii) llcll,., t-t. IjOilli; (Jnii KhU-p, Ctuiivillo;
Tiioniiim ia n, " lieiioM. l.o
(-'ily of Alton
i... ft ..i.
C'hi'jeunc, Ask. lilver;
.I'iIiii l.ilinsili'ii, Niisliville.
Not satisfied with the damago he hud duno
last week, old Winter came back till morn
ing to give us another touch of ids quality.
1'orhap it h a parting shake of his hand a
he bids us farewell for tho heason. Wo
thought wc had bid the old gentleman fare
well on .Monday, but the charms of gontlo
Spring were too much for his sensitive heart,
in ,d ho "still linger in her lap," In love,
"there are no Ciols like olil fools,"' and vyo
crtii'ilv are tire I and disgusted with thUold
I ol. If h1 had shown himself in proper
eftton tte wouiU uoUiiw ublei'li-il
nllowcd his charmer, tho aforesaid gontlo
spring, to wheedle him out of his placo in
January, by filling it herself, wo decidedly
protest against his taking her placo in Murch.
Wo are in high hopes, however, that sho will
soon ro of his imbecile blandishments and
give him tho mitten.
Tho Mississippi is still rccwdlng ot St.
Louis, nnd full of ice. Tim pro'ont cold
weather will incrcaso tho latter for a time,
but it cannot certalnlv last long. '
The Ohio Is still fulling its whole length,
with scant six feel in theehuto over tho falls,
and flvo feet in tho channel to Pittsburg.
Hore the river has fallen fourtcon incho
slnco our last report.
ilusinc.s.s continue moderately good.
The White brought 0 casks bacon, 2 hhds
tobacco, and several lots sundries for reship
The Quickstep brought 30 pkgs of Cairo
freight, 828 bags corn, 02 bbl whisky, 12
bbls eggs, 80 pkgs furniture, 00 pkgs mdso
for reshipiiient south.
The Hello St. Louis discharged considerable
Cairo freight and received 50 tuns for Mem
phis and way points.
Tho Win. White, Cnpt. Northorn, clerk
Jimmy Heverlv, is the regular Cairo and Pa
duciih" packet litis evening.
The Cumberland, Cttpt. Hon Howard, I
the regular packet for Fvnnsvillo this eve
ning. , ,
Tho Bismarck, Cnpt. hntnken, will leave
for New Orleans this evening.
'I lie .Marv r.. l orsytll is mo regular nnmu.
for Vicksbiirg, thU evening.
Tho Tvrone, Cant. Tom Harman, i the
regular Cairo and Nashville packet to-morrow
Tho Lumsden was detained this morning
by her government safety valve getting out of
Tho Thompson Dean discharged hero 270
head Texas cattle, 27 k Hols D Are seed, 0."
bbl rice. ! hhds cocoanuts, 3a bid prunes,
2H pkgs liides for rehi)mont noth, Hir rail,
and the following for Cairo: D. llurd A; Sons.
5hluhtignr; C. T. Hinde, 2 bxs household
' Tho Mageiitu was still receiving freight t
noon, and will take about 800 tons from our
the John Lumsden brougt t.t hhds tobacco,
200 bbls meal. 5 bids whisky, for roshipment
to New Orleans, and 150 sks and bbl dried
fruit fer Chicago. .,
The Cheyenne discharged considerable
merchandise" for Caino.
Tho City of Alton received several tons
hero for St. Loui and way point.
Lord I'ldmerston, of Nnshville, now ha
Charley Gnlligher (lint tho Cairo C. .,) oon
neetod with him in tho steamboat bnines.
Wo send our complimentary greetings by
"Old Knot" to the courtly gentleman and the
A oopv of the llichmond Hend Light" 1ms
found IU way to Nashville. The 'Union' and
'American of that city "kinder turns it into
roticulo, ' ns Mr. Partington would suy.
Kor CI mil I Juilr.
tUiitr JIulltitH . ntinoun- Ihal l'll J
IIAKIMt.jr , n c.Moli lato f. r H." oHi- (fltiU. of
the Nineteenth Ju Ij. nil lustre I
Klrvtion oiilhnOth ilny of M.ir-h, lsW. tn
llnvinj; l n otlci(pl y jmtsoii' of both )iolilieal
ji irtlfK to run for the Juil:-hii" of llis .Ni.-e Otnih Ju
iliclul I !! rli-t, nt un rlrellon to he hell on lh Mil lr
of Mnrch, A. I'. WW, I nnvr minoniHT tnsef m jin
diilnln for thut olllee, nml pIinIko myself to th -o.li
llul, if tin led, I will ilisWurt- iU ilutn unrtliilly
Anil to th Id-si of hit hkill &nl nl.ility.
I.IOK SAI.K OK UKNT NVwi utu: S r.H.n,s
I' eislnrn. out hiiiMins, three ot c-..rn"-r l.orust
niiJ hixto.ntli streets. (UK A I'
liutrl ltf (lltKKNA (ill.lH UT. Ail .
poll SAI.K Tune ika.ra' le ii .i.lui . al lr.
JOHN W. TIKIVKIt A( II.
JMHl HUXT-C'llaKo wild V rooms mi WusIiihk.
; ton .iteauc mi'l Tfiith street Aw. lo
W. W: TIIOKNTON
WAXTUI)- Ah nail lerC-tmiv Orl. n, in so i.
en thclMlsr, lor all l::ml of l.iimt,i r ami Unit.
dor' M.iteri.ils. W. W. TIIOlt.NTON.
j 1 0 1 1 N K W O I . L K A N S.
II '" s, Meuiiier 1I1SMAUCK, Knirikei -
1 ii a,1' r. ill leave a. iikoieTllli i: KMMi,
Mnrrn j.iuko'iIix s. CIIAS T. lll.M'K. Agent
. ir" . Hienmer
M. I! FOItsiVTII.
Hill liuie I'auo Tlllsi
INli. Man lid, ut Uoilouk. CIIAS. T. IIINIT.
QA 1 110 AND i'ADCCAH
The I. Klil ilimiftlil jiissi'iiger itlemiie'
li. V. NOItTIIKltN Muster,
J. M. IIK.VKItl.V tark.
Will iiiuko reveler UA II.Y Tltll'S lielni en Cuiro tilicl
I'uilueuli. leuviiiit c.uro nit-ry uviuni thuinlu
eeptedl nt live o'rhii U.
The While eoiuiiK'ta ut I'.iiluoiih it' Din New Orleans
inul Oluurailnu'l, nml tho Ciiinlwil.mil nml Teiuiessee
Kor freight or luxsHge uppli- on ljtnl, or to
W.J. lltrcKI.KT, Am.iit.
UiiY3if Curo. IIiiiiihs.
1AIUO AND ,M KM I'll IS
rfti!'-'"e lino side-wheel stenmer
H.W. HAMIION.. M ister MAJ. 1'AI I Clerl.,
Leaves Cairo for Meiaph s anl nil inicnnf iliuie hind
nut Kvrry Krlilny Kvenln on nrrlvul of tile
Orders for rii I it-.- to he pun lia.nil nt Cjuroiir Mem
pMn'l'iuinplly iitb'iiilt il to ii" linicleil. I'luiiters utont;
thu river naif inen lmnls in the tito eitn s mil liml the
lluinhlt'toutohoa intuitu! Innetii, nini their putronugu
U ri'spi'i ll'iilly sohi'iieil.
I'or freiKht, i.issiiKe, or iiifurnintion upply on hoanl
ths iihuifljoiils, or on tin ILimblwon. f lAi.ltf
J A I) IKS' HA I It DPiKSSlN'fi.
MItS. A 1)1)1 K IMJCK
ViIh s to Inform the pnhlle thut she has a
I, mill h' llulr Urt'Hslug Su'min
(la Coiuinfriiiil avenue, hetunn Ninth ami Tenth
slrei'i-. Hie also innniifnrlures CiirU, Switulicii,
"Wuttli-tiiiiu'iU, yiii-Itliif,', It in ii Jits, and
iillldlxlt of llnlr Jewelry.
l.ailieHiiuty liuvo lliin'ombuiK.i of tlu i )uir iiiuiiu.
fiwtureil in imy ileslrnhlesljle. jni)illf
REAL ESTATE AGENCY, ETC.
I OHN Q. II A KM AN ,"c CO.,
K 12 Al 1-JSTATU AJi;r"l' !
y nliU -ill Itiikl r.itute, pay Tutwi, fnrnls'i Al'
'i of T Ue, unil prepare C nv nil' ; ef rll konl.
r " .i u
1 .i if
roinvAHiuxi: axi commission
OV 33 3NT T,
JAIK4 TKAAKI-'HIS COMPANY
cm no ili.isois.
Tliiouull llllls of I.ihIIhK- Klvrli lo nil
A vallal.le Point hy Hull r U lrr.
Kin-PECJAI. ATTHNTION TO fuHWAltl'IN't
jyj'FM I'll IS AND ST. LOU IS
Ttie folle-vltae loet omprls lli I ' "
rnn In l lie following ottler:
'ArrlseattiilM. " " "
J11JI.I.K fT. I.OI'H, :TeUy, '" """" '-'J 1
Thurdjr JUii M i ; y.l
talonlT.5p.m T!.' r- 1 I
I A trite at Ualfu.
An.!' nt I A
I r UJ, Ur
CITV IlKAIiTO.V. WelH4'yirilnij
ltfHICON, friJy, jun.f
M'MlNAltY. I M "
-hi. i iut 1 a
M. K. rohi VTII. u4i; fl We lna j 1 r.i
JL'I.IA. . .
ConiutlingiilM. I."" - 'li
.Vorllirrn I.liif I'ntUtt .oiopnli ,
IC.oUnK I'ncKrl C.t.iinti) ,
Oimilin I'nrkrt Coniinii-
Hn-I Vhi loll". Hnlliomt I.lnrs.
At Mrmnlns wmi
simiplil- nnil AVIillr lllirr I'nrkrt o..
Al kniKiiK III vi I' I'ut'l.rt oiiljinilj",
?l iiiplil noil fhnrlrslim 11. H.,
Kil l silsl..liil A. Ti imrorr It. It.
Al Viehsl'Ur mill
l'noo Itl 1 1 I l'.u k l, mA
VU ksliui g mill .Mil hlliili ltnllronil.
llnlHr Ihrouish kill. Ulma-J.'l liekols I ' its i.
vtuu ') rafl-'ur r.er.
utiii' on W I.."' b.i
KI. y. S.lsoX, Ti k(l Mel Pn-senjC-r Ag' n'
TASIIVI LLK AND CAIltO
. -rfP'T Consisting of tb" f dlowinj;
i r" "-"iv r -
.M.wter HAItl'KIt ....
Miwler , Wool-..,
llAVIx tft"r I IMVIS 1n
Mukiiii;nll inUiUioit.le Uieling-. ate) giving s;c
allnliuii Ui hh lsjioe.
ClIAs. T. JIINHK. in-rl Airi'
le-2l Ultke on W lutfl-i.i
TLANTIC AND M I SSI SSI PI I
S J' I : A M S II I I V OJ11M .V V
COMPUOMISi: LINK STKAMIIHS
tct m x7- ohlbans
T 1 1 K KT : A M K
IV. It. AltTIIl It i AHTKi:, M isttr,
I.ADV ;.V -..lll'ltK, Master,
UU'l'II I'lUiltt.M, Maslrr,
PAI IilXI'. ( AllltOI.I WIIITi:. Ms(rr
UlS.MAltCK K.N I'lllKKN, Mnstr
I.r.'.IK (lll.t. O'NKII., Muster,
CO.'VI.SION WKAI.TII COM.V, Mn-ler,
OI.IVK IIIIA.VCII JONr, M r
CtlNTl.VKATAIj. . . iillKKMiU.il MasI
Comprising all the lin - Miuen i. ,t, ",tof S
(liir .,( lln-J.I..M- lin.' ,. ni rtllier- II Ii ,ive ( ill
fur Ne Orlenns ever) oile r iU), eoiiiii.'-iiiig ut '
Ulleiina uiih i ' .ui. I" of o miiirs I"
I.I v i riioiil, .e Voi'k, llo.lon, unit Gut vrs
ton, '1'i iiis.
I'.i-wiieer uii'l shipper- nn r ly . n oi." of Kk
lioHlri leavnnt Cairo pnnrtii.ill) u Alve. W II u
iiuiH iiliir Htteiiliun to ull wu fri'iiiliis U-low Mi iuph
in Nen OrliHU-. CH.S. T. IIIM'i:.
liHIiernl Am lit, f X'
tlrli. i'. on Wluirtl.!. I'nl.li. Lull I Uf,
KJl. V. MsirSiN, I'swseiiijer mi I Ti- ket Ak lit
OHii'e, nt t. L'luirlea flolel.
K.MI'IIIS, WHlTK ItlVKK AN(
1M. LITTI.K KOCK
UNITHUHTATK- MAIL l,IN:
JOII.V II. DAVIH, Sup't, Meilo. Ti . .
lrSlf. pb'udid siile-w hct 1
, iA.ssi:,(ji:it steam r.its
J1A Vl'I.OH i:it. eOMMIMtCIAI. nml
X.IIIIIItTV No. !i,
I.enve Memphis eir TI IIV, 'l ilt ItSHAY n I
fsATl'ItlA Y, nl o ji.iu., for in i ..i.i ,. iiniiii
HinaU's llliitl w ilh the Mi'iiijihls hikI Kittle lioek lin
roml for I. nil" HiH'k hii'I llul hpruiK'"- 'I'""" ""k
Memphis to Kittle IIih k, U hours.
1'reifihts nml I'ltssengers recuiptwl over Ihe iiboi
Kine ut loner rutej limn nnv oilier route.
til AH. T. HINDI!. .Vlit..('';,ro5 11
Ollii't mi Uh.iif l' i
TlVANSVILliK ANJJ CAiJiO
Consisting of the following
S.Splciidid Passenger SU'tuucr:
DtltiOtlOllKT Mnter I'UWKKIt i i
Kenves Cairo "-urtdiiy and Thiilsduy at t p.m.
DKXTKK Mauler I fjltAMMKi:
Keuveu Cairo Tuesday mil l'ridny nt ! p I"
HOWAItl) , ....Master WlilfiHT OP.
Keaics Cuiro Wedni winy nml Kilur Iny nt p m
ItnUinK nil intf inn' 1 nle lam I ivt. anil ) iiir pi.
tieulai ttttnitioa to I'm l.el Iti''Ijs.
51IAH T HINlVi;. uisneral An. .
Ollice on W hsrf boit