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Time of.lrrlvnl mid Departure of Mull.
(1'iilro Po't OlhVo, tfsbru'ary Z, ISM) I
North (tlirwilfhi.. .13) a.m.,. . 3:00 p.m.
North (a) i 4:4S p.ti lliTOp rn.
H.iiththnulit)d miV). l0.!il......ll:W.m.
Hotith .Memphis AN.O.).. 4;00.tn 4:nri5.m.
Ohio Hirer route o:wp,m eivup.ia.
,. T:0i) ji.in.
ra me riimin, i-iauier nml Krnlt- Tsie Judicial election-tinker Probably
.(troweri of the Contiguous Counlrr. " Xltettil. " " '
Mr. W. M. Davidson, shtljfiod. of the fensi- Vo SlT bolow rcjurnvfrPm all but nix of
blllty of the project, lins undertaken the cs- 1,10 Preci,cts in thn 'judlc'lnl circuit, which
Ubllhnicnt In this city of nti agricultural 8,unv n"jorjty of 88 ,for linker. .Thoyro-
wnrchouso thnt shall bo equal to nil the vn- c'ncls to ''eur from gwo n fmllcnf nmjerftyj
vos in tho call- ,BU yer or ttbo1" 15u- " conclude, therb-
fromtlifiictoryf .nd.itwilL.bo aomo d.vs
preonoiy, oeierc i pecompi much bettor.
The Ohio tfrtMPWWW&A n
stage of vrntor tnjy,ba nlelpftUa. , There J
now C feet in the channel at' Pitlsburir. lini
HINDE'S-COLUMN.-- 1 .
rled wflnti that manifest themsob
MlfiMfntil lllver roMe.1
Tuesdays nnd Kridnrx... WO pin,
Charleston, Mo., Tuesdays
Thiir'ltv A,uiitiinhv.. ll:00n.ni
Thebes, niKino Ixlnnil unil
flantnKe - flOOp.mlVI. 7:0) n. in
Ohio ltlw route depart uverydar except Mondays.
J.M.dlt.UIAM, I'. U.
Alexander county order at 0 conts, und
School orders it 1 90 ecu!, in pn intent for board
nt tho St. Charles Hotel.
marl ld.ll J kwktt Wilcox A Co.
New clothing of the Intest and most fash
ioriablu stylos, just received by J. Lnhning,
No 16 Ohio Levee. AJo u fine variety of
pioco goods, umbruelng the molt dcsirnblo
.itt"riH. The exceedingly advantageous
terms upon which thosu goods were pur'
dinted, enables Mr. Lehiiini: to Mill or innti-
tifncturo clothing cheaper thnti nny other es
tablishment in thy city ; and for proof of this
ho would nsk tho public to try him, or call
find oxnmino the goods and uncertain prices.
Jlv huvitt!' VOIirL'roeurlfS nf.T. If. M(-,ilr
who keeps n largo mid sided stock of the best
family suppling, and ells cheaper than tho
theapwt, No. 33 1 Washington avenue, op-
i'uii mo wuri nousu, miiratf
Xiocnl 11 re vl I leu.
About '1 o'cloek yesterday afternoon, the
fiwtmyof bloated sunshine was seen, that
lmd gladdened the earth since Saturday.
Mr. Chns Sehtih, whoto sudden death has
been mentioned in thco columns, was
member of the Gorman Lutheran church.
Wo are under particular obligations to our
member in tho lower hoiifr, the lion. X, It.
Casey, for a copy of tho Joll'ori.011 manual,
which t this lime U Mioeliillv n..m,i,.i.i. ...
The impression vtenis to prevail through
out the city thnt Mr. John Htrauhi.1, late
jailor, was removed for oaujp. This 1 nil
error. Mr. Stmuhnl tundored his resigna
tion, aiid'.-urrendr.rnd the Jail to his suereor
in. aipnrntly, the l,st of humor.
Mound City Miiiti within four voles ofnou-
inuring m unirn majority for linker. She
is entitled to miiuh honor for Guiding sto'iid
fustly by her democratic fnl(h under iill'uFr
cuin.liii((i. The majority thrown for" Iiaker l.v Cleur-Cre-k
preelnet in this county, scarcely com
pensated Pinner fur hi tudious trip thither to
orgftnir.. the radical forces. Only fifteen nut
of the ntio hundr.Hl and scvnty-flvo of the
rndicul votes of the precinct catnu to tho
poll-, and four of tho seven democrats.
A uag presuming evury symptom or hydro,
plu-' :.i was shn in Uim vicinity of tho or
plmis asylum yesterday, but not killed. He
was pursued but innnaged to e.cjpe. It U
quite delightful to contemplate the preeneo
of a mad dog among the 13,000 loafing curs
that infct every section of the city.
3Ir. WH!imn Meilalo has bean regularly
installed tu city j-dl-r. He will givo the in
ttitution his personal nttuntion.
Tha fcliri'F i ttforri). u that te aro com
ing in lowly from city tax-pnyers. UMr.lc-woo-lr.-inut
loads the van of prompt pUT.
ing fwnmiiiiilies, Imvlng pHld tho hulk of thn
tare charged to it. If tiuovduo on pcrmim!
proj ry art-not paid soon, collectiun. will
lml. ! y -di.!-. . They un- long
A ; 'ihx Kvntie:ii.t& of .njr ttpquaiuliiin-i
per '..., ,n wetrmi; wn old hut. He says It
nevr h.f, i. not liuLl.. to injury, " no
bo Jy . ill kteal it, and he nevor got the worst
of an rAchangtt in ft crowdiJ hotel.
Hori Hnnnon has our tlmnk for it cop v of
Prsnk I.wlli s 'New World' which is "un
questionably on., of th. mot readable
tirew.kliMpul!uml; Harmr'. Wrokly'
nnd othor pnblifntion? f a h.te date. You
can supply ny kind of a wut In thn n-.vrs
line from Hannon s counter.
1 JWe are undr ubligKtlons to Mo.rs. Itock
veil & C. for ihv .Mnroh number of the
KcletIo Magazine ' which is prer.ly what
Hi j.ain.' i.idicHtf. -4 i.,llu!tion of the lwU of
everything. It j. H r. prlnt of the choicest
fcrtidtw from nil tho A murium und Kuropeau
mugnsinw. and is .if pwullur value to tho In.
Tho fountain )-n is a new novcllv thnt is
likely to strike th public fsverablv. Their
use ohviatet tho frevju.-nt Inlcrrup'tioiu the
wrlttr is subjected to in taking Ink. A tinglo
pen full h n su!!kkj!t supply fur jjftv or
iixty lines acrow o.-dinHry note psper. Ver v
uurnuie, uiitlcorronve and nil thnt, they may
he prwisely the thing noede.1. Houkwell A
Co. have them.'
Thi-ro was n loimlderahlo freere lnt night.
There U no ovident ngitatlon yet ovr thn
ing of the farmer, plantor, gardenor and fruit
grower. In doing this he has considered well
tho character of the country, tho probablo ne
cecsities of tho trade nnd thonnturo of the
compotition with,whlcli he will be called upon
to contend. Such an investigation has as
sured him flrst, that his stock must bo so vn-
ried as to ombrnco all tho Implements and nr.
tides that aro involved in tho intelligent and
successful prosecution of ngricultornl pur
suits, secondly, that the prices must be so rog
ulnted as toramovo the Inducement to pat
renlzolargor cities, and thirdly, that tho peo
ple Interested must bo apprized of his ability
and desiro to serve them. Ho has been gov.
orned by these considerations, and renoctful.
ly solicits tin examination of his stock nnd
prices, ns proof that ho has been faithful to
Tho advertisement of Davidson annenrs in
another column. It enumerates only a faw
of the thousand useful, novol, ingenious nnd
ltl.lla.utn.. 1.1.. .1. i . 1 .
.,.,,i,uipnuin in (.1CIS.-3 uim ii 1 1 jus ware-rooms,
but will ho sufiicient, we hope, to turn tho at
tention of farmers, poniologlst and agricul
turalists generally to Cairo ns their sourco f
aupply. Mr. 1). is a trustworthy centleman
with whom our neighbors of tho surrounding
country will be pleased to deal, nnd, as their
wants and necessities aro made his minplnliv
hq will no doubt concentrate ujwn himself "u
largo trade that has hitherto, of necessity,
been bestowed on other localities. 1!eml il
fore, that Mr. Baker is electod by about 100
or 120 majority. Wo confine oursolvcs to
' North Ciro.
Clear Creek ,
Thcoes to hear from. No polls opsned at Sauls Ke.
Mound CIIt "'
Ullln, n lie
. roi'K cotr.tTr.
AIFXUIK1.T , tt
Welter ,. i -
Monroe "' u
Kom prc einot- to hear from.
A feet 0 inches in tho pass over tho falls, with
me rivor rising aitneraiooi n men per hour,
linre the river lias risen ton inches In tho
past 24 hours.
ThoTnuIlne Carroll reshlpped on the Kuth
and roturned at 'l o clock this morning.
Tho ltuth is transferring her freight from
i. , , .... j. . f
ner oargc, ana will aepart this evening.
The Armada brought for'J. T. llcnhie, Ixix
castings; li. S. Harrell, 8 pkgt chairs j Closo
& Janics, 5 boxes tobacco; W. II. I)., lot sun-
urles; -Mr. bisk, 3 cuttle; Mr. Ulacknian, 3 do.;
J. btnith, lot fruit; H. Myers, 8 caddlos to
bacco. For St. Louis. 2,500 hlnglos, nnd for
tno south, -w obis meal, 31 do. potatoes.
T;ho City of Cairo brought for L. Herbert,
ii uxs wine; u. u. & U., 3 do; W iltou JL
Cd, lot groceries ; Wni. "Winter,' 2 pkg;
uowianan, lot grocorlos; ML, lot tubs nnd
buckets ; S., 22 pkgj.
The Anderson brought yesterday "0 bale1
cotton for the I. C. Kailroad.
The Indiana lint 120 ratlin
w ..... v v Jivuiat uif
50 hhds sugar, 120 boxes oranges and lemons.
The Wm. White, Captain Northern, It the
regular packot for Pnducah this evening.
Tho Quickstep, Cnjitain Hcxtor, is tho reg
ular packet forKvnnsville this evening.
The Tyrone, Cnptaiu Tom Harman, Is tho
regular packet for Nashville to-morrow noon.
Tho Lumlnnry, Captain Conway, will be
out for Vicksburg this ovening. si
I I, cAinoriTT
1 11 lvlfinvitntT.
cstno rasnsrsa co.
QHA8. T. HINDK,
yOKWAltliLVG AXD COMMISSION
C'AIltO TirtXNfr'KK COMPACT
1 nrniiKii uiii 01 inuiiiir
Avaiinuic i-oinii i) iiai or 'Water.
e.-PKCI.I. ATTENTION TO TOItWAnDINO.
A silrcr wntch.
The owner bv urovine
r.r.. . r
thisolllco and paying for this ndvurtiscment.
There will he a meeting of tho Pmmet
Guards on Suuday nfternoon nt two o'clock,
in the Commissary Uullding. All the mem'
bers nre requested to bo present, in order to
ninko arrangements for tho procession on St.
Patrick's Day, the 17th Inst.
Oin-preclnottJliJsrifmin. ' '
Counties. JUker'. Ml.
ltskcr's iiiKioritr 84 0"tej.
aTnr iaCTT"ill lee O.ir.i Tllln KVKNINo. Mnrtli
li. at bo cloc k. CIIAS. T. ill.VDK. At-Liil.
QAll'.O AND NKW OHLKANS.
ATLANTIC AND MISSISSIPPI
.S T KAMSHIP CO M 1 A 5f T
COMPHO.MISK i.INK STKAMKUS
3NT 33 -CTCT O H. Xa 3E3 JX. 3V fil
W.K. AUTlM'lt.. ..IOSIS. Master.
I.AI1V UAV . .llfltK. Mneler.
ItUTII -...PHI. HAM. Mat,
I'AUI.I.M: CAllll(lL,L, WIIITK. Miub-r,
IIISJIAIICK -KNTIUKKN. Mukr
M.'.IK .I'NKII.. Majler.
ciimo.vi:ai.tii CONLV, M.ltr.
"in r. nu,i.n 11 ......jur.", .Maver.
on NKW OHLKANS.
A. .1. Carlo U under the impression that
some rn.-callioii hn in his po.e.sioii a little
Alley to which h. (tho rntcnlj'lhus no le-nl'
ciiiiiii. sueii nn finimnl is missing from Par
ker and Hodge' livery stable, nnd tho most
diligent .search hn failed to disclose, her
wlirreaiioiiK . , .
A description f the animal is given in nn
othor column, nnd a Miitnblo roward offered
for her return. j
At trillion, IMIm iiili.n, t
There will 1h h meeting of this company
on Monday evening next, March 15th, fr the
purpose of making arrangements for the pa
rade on St. Putriek'e drvy, to which we huvo
been kindly Invitod by the St. Patrick s Hen
ovolent Society. All member will please bo
present on thnt occasion. Jlv order of the
President. 2t C. .1. Hri.A.sn, Sec.
"Aunt Murtha," nn obee wench with tho ac
tivity of a tortoise, loUher footing on tho
high sidewalk nenr Twenty-Fifth street, last
night, and came to tha ground below with a
chug that Induced hur companion to bcllove
that the aforojuld heavy weight was flattened
out .ind done for. Martha was terribly jolted,
ii i true, aim proinoly severoly itrained her
writ, but that wa the cxUnt of hor Injuries.
Ped at I.nnt.
Tho bill for the relief of Alexander county
In nt ltst iaixl both house of tho legUla
tnre, and jiw only awnlu the .ignnturo of
th governor to become law.
This bill it will bo recollected, donates the
state tiixui for the period of two years to thu
county to aid her In tho caro of hor paupers.
Ten pr cent, of tho amount is to be paid over
to tha directors of theorplmn's asylum. Tho
net amount will bo f24,000 or $25,000 per
I Id county Jnil contain ilftcen prisoner.
flvo white permi and ton negroes. Two ef
tho numbwr am femalus, one white and the
other black. The immnculuto Jlradlev Is still
j nn imimtft, diurgel with hog itealing." Jlrad-
ie say ha is iniux i-nt, and ut ho devotes
mot of his wukeful hour, to .inging, preach
Ing nnd prnylng, ho ought to be entltleil to
belief. He .ays In tan prove nn alibi. He
cm prove thnt he was not in the town, in tho
stat.-, or unywhoro else, at the tlmo the hog
aforomid was stolen. Ho can do more than
this. He can prnvo his natural repugnnnco
for pork, and that there wu no hog nt the
placo designated th.U he could huvo stolen had
he felt a hankering fur hog, If neither Jlrad
ley nor tln porker wore there, how could
there h.vo been u thrift? If all this doesn't
umount to nn i'6i, why then, to employ
JJradley's own terms, "alloy-bliis is u humbug
thnt should bo ernitleutod from thu tatus,"
The St. Patrick's Uonovoleiit Society pro
pose n proper observance of St. I'ntrick's day,
in which tney will bo Joined by the Hiber
nian firo company. A procession, headed
by u lino band of music, will tints through
tho' principal street's, and tho day will proba-
" "r" "iwi iisocjsi rnunioii. xno ur-
tails hnvo not yot bepn made known.
The board of aldermen, last night, devoted
itself to tho work of organization. The new
charter renders the old rules and regulations
inapplicable to tho present condition of thine-.
and ordor thorefore lint to bo brought out of
Mr.,Jnmes Carroll was elected chuirmnn
of tho bonrd of nldcrmcn, and will make n
very fair and impartial presiding officer.
Thbre will bo a joint session of tho council
this evening, when tho bonds 'of the treaiuror.
clerk and marshal will bo acted upon; stand
ing committees appointed, and such other
busineM attended to as such a body mnv
transact. ' '
SlouliHT lll'TII. VeuTAin. m.l..r u,n
lcarui. nbofc Tllix KVKNINo, Man h
CI1AH, T. HlNfir:. Atrnl.
12, nt lio cliH-k.
QAIItO AND PADUCAH
Tho llijtit ilraili;lit I'K.vnxr fti-Amcr
i i inaKi; roller IMII.V T1IIIN ltf.-n Ciiro nnt
ii iw.'.-iii, icnuiiK i.niro nsvry eti'imij: C-imJi
crpuuii .I nir ficiocu.
nery online (-mid.) v.
fllH Ullllr(lllll't nt Pa.Iiii-.iIi u.l. II.., V.u, rt.l...
ntiil Olilornilr l, anl iliCuiiiU rlintail Tfiiwrn
roriri'i;iit ) ii; ajijilr on l.rd, or m
U,t, 11U;KI.KV. Atient,
A i'riiiuUlii; X,tiU Trlck.trr.
A pbysloinn of the city Inform m that n
l6(iy :alM upon ;.,i yo.terdny, in a .tnte of
pitlui-le traildiai n, to prescribe for hor little
two-year old gir who had swnllowed two or
thru, duxen pu, wilh wi,ic, )lehu(l l,en on.
trusted a f..w hou. s previous. He awompnn
Jed the lady hon.o, ftlrid t)le c,llI(1 pttyU,
about tho room, and, upon Interrogating her
nstowlmtdlsp,.Mtk,nsh., l,(i ,llll( of tll0
jilns she promptly replied: ..M cat urn "
Just beforo the doctor prweribed a dose of
jjin-ciuhloiij, us ho sni.l he Intended to do, tho
mother raised the child to her Up, and w'us
nearly scared out of her seiine hy Its terrify
ing k reams. "Tho blossei darling"'-!
nlthough umore haby hud vomiueiuvd iu
trhkt upon tho old folka. Instead of swal
lowing the pins tho little roguo had ntowwJ
them away in th. besom of its dre-s, and tho
mother, by the u t of lifting it had forced tho
point of u couple of ihoui u considerable dis
tance Into its fkv-h To the mother's "why
elssy, why did yn do if the young hopeful
impudently responded, "mu do it n din"
not appreciating probably that AuMoko had
Thuro's happinoii In resorve for tome man,
about sitten years hence.
About a imarter of n mllo from n point on
Cache rivor, formorly known us Millbrds
Ford, ubout sovon miles from Cairo, lire a
family named Wiseman lutoly from Ills
.ouri. A few days ago tho mother gave blrlfc,
wo aro Informed,' to ono of tho most remarka
ble human monstrosities thnt we over heard
of. Its body the entire surfnee of tho body,
wan red as crimson. Tho head, which, in jr,n
oral, wus shaped like that el a human, pre
sented no signs of hair, the extreme crown
bsing as smooth ns the face. The oars actually
met behind the head, and the nose, very flat,
covered fully one half tho fnce. Tho arms
wro very slim and bony nnd wero twenty,
eight inches In longtb, reaching eight Inches
beyond tho '-pedal extremities." Tho log
terminated not with a foot, but in something
moro in tho nature of n hoof. The knots (for
no woru answers a better purpose) Intended
to supply the place of feet, were cloven like thn
hoof of a hog, and there was no visible sign of
a xnee or Knoo Joint. Thero wus u corit nu
ous bone, like the fsmur, from tho hip to the
ntuio joint. Tho fingers of tho hand were in
kneplng with the length of tho arm, and were
entirely boneless, cntertwlnlng with each
othor iiko nn equal number of strlnijs or
cords. The voice of tho monster was sharp
and shrill, more like the squeal of a pig, than
any other sound to which It could bo com
pared. Its cry was almost continuous from
Uie mornont of its birth until its death, en
Tuesday. It appeared to bo In censtant
agony, ami died in convulsions.
Monstrous us the creature was, the mother
nppeured devoted to It; and was sincerely
urry wucu u uiixt, instead or Tooling grateful
that such u shocking deformity was snatched
irm what would have no doubt been a horri
II ant, l-or .ViV, J-ar llmt, lt, Fuiiiid, iimL
I'trMiitot, jmhltthfd in Mis eAumn fnr i
rpOH HAI.K oii nKXT-NewrJtt.j.-.'J ,,.,
.1; Mtorn, nut buiMing. ihrri. Int. - ,,nirr l.-iut
and HUtretitli atrt r Ik. I'll K.IP,
mnrl.lt f f i 1 1KKX A i.l I.IJKI ITjA ti .
fTHIIl NALK Tliteu tIelnU tfulrruf at fr
JlJlnlf.l.iltrl JfillN yf Tl) KK Al ii,
FOR R E NT." " r ' r "
. (illKKN. Ma.tt'r.
....... .-.iii. I., jiantpr.
O.inpriiiiiit! all tlie finct nn I Uro.t boat .,':( of B
One of the atase linn of ilesniFm
Will leave Cairo for Now Orleans pcrj
CniwIlOR t Nh Orlmns with Oi mn Line of Mcarr
I.l vi-rpool, .r- Voi'b. Itoaton, nml Sialrrt.
r..iiaM ami 8lii,rr. run ri-ly on mm of thj
Uat. l-auni: l'lr netiullr d nlurr. Willtu,
liattlttlar nttuntion to all wiv frMuJit. l-luw Jli.mt'hi.
to Ni'H Orlran.. rilA.. T. H1NIR
fifiinnil Airii. Caic
'HBrf, an WhAffl.wl, i'Nbtfc I.n 1 ux
Kl. V. !iJ?ON. Pwwneornml TleUit A-nl
OI , ut w. i-hrh nlt.
J-KMPHLS AND ST. LOUIS
Th" fnl low. iik HMt. I'linpriu tin. !.n anil .
run In tlm falluH ing onlrr
.trrls- at t'.iiro.j Arriif nt Cairo,
wow. I fr.
Fill HKNT-itt.mtU rmiVon Wwlunt"
ion airntio ati'l Tviilh .trtrt Ah.ItIc.
riiiitf w. a-' -riiciti.VTf.v'
BflM.BbT lA'l'l-', Ti.-lsr, p.miMlur layl xsi
Jlitler. Master I
CITroKOAUto. tThnrlrn p.mMonil.r, 1 up
Itiri.I.K MKMI'llI-, irturlar, 6p.mlThor ,
Cr.mf , Ma.tr. I I
WAWTKIS -AlMandrCunntr Order at e.i.
and .Krlilil lnlr t .i .M. I. ..... .
lard at the M. ClTarle. lintel. '"r
marildif J KWKTT WIWOX a CO.
"llMXTKM.Onsr stood "fatli MiVr nd"on
T ooJ "JS ,t. H0Tir , llt .v0 'j nr
Cairo City Mi'!.
'Arrive at Csiio,
ArTlseat fa re,
AlrAXTKI-.exan(lerC.iintT Order,, ut N) cV.
rT.pntheilolUr.forallkinif.ofLiimU-r umi llii.t.
W. W. 71IOUNTON.
Sunifar, 1 a r
We-lnsd'y 1 a tn
TrlflloK anil Shirtlr.a,
V hnve In Cairo atloast two hundred uml
fifty sUjtit, healthy negro men, who, although
(The Ut. CJiarlus Hotel, Thur.ilay, March 11.)
KV,11''"0"1 Wl"K'! M Plielp., llo,0a;
II V, lullilt, Padueali, J A lUrrey.'
J A llerwent, It J; JM Akfs.
l!ni,Vv W Plarne, III;
i a w f".' ' Yi , W '-'I'spnun, Cenlralla;
J A W uidrain. city; tleol'am, Oilinl
7. Au. X . A lLiwoin, Llesaland;
Mibslstiug "from hand to mouth, ' uttorlv and "l'kJn,nl'rT1I''y.N rj it Klax.Mls.r
ajmoH iiMultlngly refuse steady employment, tHiT ' "" Wfctf
One of them will sawn cord of wood, rccel vi, W Mcu,y,
a dollar and n Imlf therefor, nnd on that sum
loaf a week or ten days. The majority of
them are contented if they havo clothing
good enough to shield them from prosecutions
for publlo indecency, und coarso food enough
io ucuji on starvution.
A gentleman from MIssIsiIddI has
tho past two or threo days to ettbrts to secure
hilmrcr. to accompany hirn south to chop
wood, work on pantations, etc., promising
steady employment nnd good wnges. He has
not Miecccded In hiring a slnglo tiegro, uN
though ho has upproaohed inoro than u hund
rod who wero without eniploytnont, destitute
of money and uncertain as to whoro and how
they .hould obtain their next moid. With
wen nn elo.nont of population is it to bo won-
I .,1 il... . .
-.nunt our putlujusu aro full, and
every night discloses cases of potty lnr.
Dr. J. H. Jamwon, of lloono county, died
recently. It I. suld that for moro than sixty
days before his death ho tasted no fond. A
post-mortem examination rsvonW tho fact
that his stomach wasentiroly destroyed.
Port Mat for th Hi Hour Kittling at
Two o'clock, P. M.
. . ARH1VAM.
.J.f.n' A,IJ'.!r,"nJ Cnl'im.; Win. While, Pnducah;
Uly of Cairo, St. I,ui,; J( M, hrf e, ehreveporlj
, " Armada, Eraiuvill.i
f -J' Aberl, ' Westmoreland, N. O.i
lto,,Aeourd, l(,ulaTillf, "
Mnhnwk, " Indian "
Ham llrown, o Mb,Io bcrt( Louu,
, . ukpautukk!.
flen. Anderflti, Colum.; Wm. While, rdiicali;
w iVITi Cirroll, t. !.ou,; Motile Eoert, Cincinnati;
II.M.Hlirere, .. Wetmorlaiid.
Hon Accord, Mfllropolis; Oily of Cairo, Memphis;
iV-tt tiZm '1 l'M,w' ,'ou,,v,,lci
Tho wonther tolay has been as bright and
smiling as girl wtu u noW Caiu0 dress a
happy change from tho gloomy programme
of tho past week or so, and ono which overy
body will appreciate. The mercury indicated
40 degrees in the morning but roso considers,
bly during tho day.
Tho Mississippi U swelling at St. Louis
which will seon linprovo the condition ?f the
river below that point. Although navigation
has, in part, oponed in tko Missouri, it U far
Clrr or.W.TON. 'We.tnd'y.Sp.tii
Areher, Mterx t
.MAKIH.K C1TV. ,
, Mvter; 1
Itt'lIICON, "Krlday, 5 n.m
HUke. Miuter; 1
ji. t- rxiii-rrti, -on'tai, a p.m
.Northern l.lne arket Compniiy,
Keokuk Iarket Compikiiy,
OtnaliR laeket Conijmuy,
nnd Various ltallroad I.lnea.
At Mt-inplila wi'h
.Srnilil. and tViille lllver 1'aeket Co.,
Arkan.aa lllver l'ackrt Com jiany,
.Mriitilil Mint Charleatoa It. 11.,
....I mti..ii . .w
l.lKS.MdlKI.C.a..AY. . CA llin.II ... T ! , l" -
marlldtf At iej.U.,Kith
axon mrer s'acnel, nnil
AKSI.S I. -
upensuare, Ilnr Fixture:, Clas.tnare
HOl'HK VVHWlKlll.tJCSUOOUN, .
140 COMMKltCIAL AVIi.VUi;,
In KUiott i Ut) thornw'a JSoot and Sho.i .Store,
rcuttln don on .hort notice. muiS-lif
l TABI.K CUTI.KHV,
11. AWTKHH' TOOLS,
ci, c Ac.
Tim best in the utarke-t r all klnd-olid, motM
and perforated tooth,
WIIOI-KSAI.K .I HKTAII,,
PITCHER fe HKMtY,
lOiS Coinmrrelal Avenue, eoruer Tsrelftli
VIckaliurK and Slrrlillau ltallroad,
(i'liif lliruiwli bills l.wlinjj ari l ticket to all aialhbi
pu:nu t-y ns or nrer.
CIIAS, T. IIINHK. (leneriU Atent.
, Other on WharMat.
hl. i . MmiON, Tleket and Paoenx'r Ajeii.
jTASHVILLK AND CAIHO
packet c o 2vixa-a.axnr
p.JfrCZr. ConeUtlng of the followint:
SteSTsph'ndld pnsauiigur atuumurs ;
ftTKON't ..MA.ter I WOOIH.
OR KVKHYTHING IN
THE BOOK XjX3STX3
tfo. 100 CoMMiaciaL Avskcr,
10 COAL 8KLLEHS.
Notice is herein- i.ln.n (lint fnim 1fJ In 'vm t-. . . . ..
Ohio Hirer bank. iJlow the freluht deo,.t tt '
nois Central railroad company, und oppota Twelfth
,"'. ? the city of Cairo, will bo leased at public ?,.
lion to I he HhMt bidder, on lh.. '"Vi,.u.'"
day.the JIh last., at 10 o'clock, a.m., for lAe Burposn
pf coal depot. Terms and conditions made known at
Bl',c,IJ Wharf Master.
HAKMON ....Ma.terJ W1UVKK- .. tier
I'AVIs Miwti-r D.WIH auk
Making all intermi-iiiut landing, and Kivini; apew
alu-ution to way bului-.
. ,. . . . WM- T- lUNK, (lenvrid Aj.-ni
dc:t'td nitiuMon Wh-trfboat.
M Ampuls, wiiitk juvkj: and
3?V OKE T OOIVIX'AJPJTr
L'.MTi.l) HTATKS MAIL LINK.
JOI1.VJ1. MAV1M, Sup'l, MemphU, Tennoeee.
i.&TZ. Tm uplondld side-wheel
ikMSSb l'ASSEXGEIt STEAMERS
MAVKbOWKII, OOMMKUCIAJL n4
I.IUKKTY Mo. H,
i'Mmiili' v1'.'!! ""Ty TIJJSriAY, 'fltUIWDAY an J
rO 1 n." A.Y'J" ?r 'P ' fnr Wh" Kiver, ronnKtlnsat
iMirall'a HIiirTwith the Memphia mid Little Kik 1UIL
road for J.ttlln Itock nnd Uot riprliig". Tuno from
Memphia to Little Hock, it hoiira.
Kreiithts and I'lKkeneM receipted over th abT
iiir a iv(-r THir iiihii unv oiner rouie.
CHAB. T. HIN'DK. Agent, Cairo, 111.
illicit on Wlurf-bowt.
jgVANSVILLK AND OAUtO
tffv&Zt. Consisting of tho following
taensSftSiilciidld Pusscugur Steamers:
IlWOrOHKT Ma'ter KOWI.KH Clerk.
T.eaTts C'olrii Sunday and Thursday at S p.m.
DRXTKR Miuter ORAMMKH
l.fana Cniro Tucadiiy und i'riday nt 4 p,iu.
WM. A. I.OWTH...Muler WHIOHT Cleil?
Loaves Cairo Wednesday and Saturday at 5 p.m.
Miking all intermodlato landing, and paying par'
Hcular atlsution to Packet Kreichte.
C1IA8. T. HINDK. Oeneral Aapnt.
OfSce on WhsiTrost.