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(Titiif. r clolitjt )
.North (Uirsmsth- S:li.in.... 3:0Mi.m.
N H (Ihrmiithalld way). liOil.i.ln ll:l p.m.
Solllli (Mrniphl A N. ().).. liOOii.tn 4:00 p.m.
1)11 o Itiver rente - :!! p.Iri I'lW) p.m.
m, .,.. ippl Klter mute.l
T. las rand Friday... RrJOpin lOOp.in.
Tiiir"l"V AtiirrOiy.. 11:00 n.tn ...ll.-OOM.m.
Tlidi., tloore Inland and a.
Amtrt lV fi.00p.mFH. 7;0n.m. Kit.
Hue rotue ilcrm rlyJj,'7j,"!; j'j"'!5'
Hv bttvingyniirgrocerios f L H. Metculf,
v.h .."k.ri"w a large and loot st-Jtl: of tho best
fawilv supplies, !! f'll cheaper tlum tlio
, :iVt, No. 3l Wellington nvenue. op
posite tho court house, mar.'tf
Atltiilldii) IlllirriilaiiH !
There will bo mealing of this company
on Monday evening next, Mnrclt lMh,ur tlie
p :rp(o of milking arrangements for tlie pa
ntile m St. Patrick's dny. to which wo lmvu
beeti kindly invited by tho St. Patrick's llen
r. '. lit Society. All member will please bo
ori . nt on tliat occasion. Jly order of tho
ln Went. 2t
C. .1. HvWM', Sec.
f- IteM-fcy glvon in delinquent stock holder
.,f the Cairo and IlUndville Turnpike Coni
p my that union the bnhtnee duo on their sub
, ,ptioii i paid by the flr.it diiy of April
.t. suit will be commenced to collect the
t f. My order of the board.
" It. 11. Cuxninoham, Treasurer.
Mm-h s, mv. dtd
New clothing of the Intact ntiil mt faili
i iMf tylf, Just rwtvwl by .T. Lehnlng,
Nolo Ohio Lovao. Also n lino varinty of
( goods, embracing the tnoit doilrnblo
pattern. Tin exceedingly advantageous
terms iimn which these goods were pur
ohired, enables Mr. Inning to Mill or man
ufn turu clothing ehunpor than nny other i
tublishtnent In th city i and for proof of this
he would ak tlx- public to try hint, or will
km! examine th utodft and ticertain prices,
UnrCrtliK In ltf-H mill Prriuiiul Pritjieity.
On Thnrdity, March tho 18th, the personal
pri'pt rty of K. T. 1'nai, declined, will bnold
(nl the mill on the Levee near Twenty-third
.it not.) t(initing in purt of Mngonn, dxen, :i
Irrc lot of lumlifir, on'.' ste.'ini boiler, (good
M now, ) nml alMit 300,000 feet of Mtw log'.
,s,t ni.il, tlK rolit will lie ginii on Mini
xceeding $.", Moto iind appmved security to
bo given by the purchaser.
On Friday th Kith hI tho Court Home,
the mill will bo mid to tho hight-U bidder
for t uh. This eery rulmiUe jiroperty will b
(old without reserrt. dtd.
St. I'ntrUU'. liny hint ofMnrcli.
Tiie remmitteo hnving in cliargu tlio dutuih
of the celcbr.ition on the 17th int., hnvo d
tided upon the following line of inarch.
)av th church niul down Ninth street
t.i Wulntit rtrcot, down Walnut to Horeath
utrcct, up Siiventh to ('(umnercml avenue,
down Comtnerei.il to Second street, up Sccind
to the Levee, up tho Lovfe to Fourteenth
street, down Fourteenth to Commerciiil
aienie. tiji Cummereial to 1'wriilleth lrect,
dwn Twentieth to Wn'hinglon avutiuo, up
SVkhingtiu t- Twwity-firt streot, down
Twuiit-!lrt to Widnut tn.rt, down Walnut
to Tweiitbitlt ctret, up Twentieth to Wah
mgtoti HVt iiue, down Viuhln;;tou toTwelvth
htrett, up Twe'vtb to Coninnsrcial uvenue,
down (V minorcliil to .Srnth street, down
Seventh WaL!.it"tt nvriiiir, up Wh!i
il.Kt"ll ehureh ol d d'.-llli..
AKiiiiH Hri..l ,yUr,UnU
l'TKIi K K KI.l.T. )
A Sin, l-1 i'nlk on Mil Olilnnl 'I'm.
Tin.' kun kbonu out beautifully yeterdy
morning, luud'1114 muny .hortMighlod people
to mipjHitv thrtt ifpring hud commenced in
arntt. Thu thiriiiouiot(r mounted up to
VP, tind ovoreont- were biid Hilo, in tumn in
htsll'iv ftlt tc tl.nAiiit fur tin imion.
Uut by uild-hy the ?ky became oi!rcnt with
cloucU, a brink wind urmu, mid by uiglil-full
there whs u chill in tho air that grW liHrjnjr
and froftlr until sight or nine o'clock when
wchitd a vury fuir reeiinen of vrintnr weath
er, including mow, Meet, and henvy hull.
Thero li alntitudnin "weather talk," allow
able In tint canvan of no other aubjoot.
G'hinge, though ordinary aro spokou of as
uiot rcmurkiible, wonderful and without a
pnnlM in the time of the oldeit Inhabitant.
(ienerulU such uxprtuilou am exlravagunt
and iimmtliorl.i'J bu! npjdled to the en:en
Ulcitie of thu wiutor and spring of 18GP,
tby full idiorl of tho ronllty. A retrospective
viow, einbrui'iiig nearly a quartor of a cen
tury, full to bring to our mind audi vorlod,(
peculiar nml reniarkauio weattier prnnkt as
cbarjetrri.e the present .ciuoo. On thu r.th
of April 1HS7 we had a tiovuru lull of .now.
Tin.-"iitiniioii. mild apull preveading itj had
beguiled birdi from tlieir southern homes to
All our fof"U. The tnuw, and thu fntu.u
attending it, werr fntnl to the bird, thou
frauds of thum lulling dead flout thotreui, and
counties uumbvri losing tho use of thoir
wing. All kinds of fruits wero untircly cut
ofl'. Thft leakon v.';n coiuhlerrd "unparnllclf
di ' but tlie jireent, in the variety of lU
change, thoir suddonneMi and I'roipieitcy,
ti.roii it iilin;! -jn the httdo."
Th genial v.urintli and lunnhlno of tho
month pnt hurried forward vcgclution, o
tlmt, when thu reuont m(0w foil, a number of
thoforct triie bad MMimed a decided gro'tn- !
isli hue; roe btwhin, ila mid other ornn- j
mental 1irublry Im.i pt forth bud and '
loftvos. All thi evidenco of forwartltms ws !
.1,. l.....l ll,,. ..f.l i. I
ui'-iiujou, , uiu wiiuer mill-
abino Hinal 1h dont- ovr again. The lcuvo
ut furtharn ii 'W diul, brown mid crlup, '
ilet.il beyond nsriscitutiou. NotwltluUndin
tlif eniidition of thing'i evident to nil who
oboujut i ob.Mirvo, thu iiKiurnuco cuuiu to us 1
that the (-aelt uwp Is not muteriully it.-
jurwl '. GnntleiM- n who kavo recently viil d
tho prim.!;..! !' i.li - rawing regiOint of fjj, .
Ulforot u that Uiu pri.pet is atill fnir for '
moro than an uwiage crop, If tjiis is really
n, If dpii tli. wriuMe vcnlhor .iVmi I
churaetrir.sd thti v.onv oii peticlies, nplu
anu other frnlU dt tiitceed, tho'furit f Jl (nl ni
u wonder nod it mytory dllilcult to bolyoioV
nccoioit for, tiiiloni It In uttributod to (h.
favrr "f TrcvhitTU ",
A .Shitiiel Wliltr Wnmnii nml Her lllnrk
I'armnotti' t'eiine Sirlrr.
Wo referred, tho other day; to a white
woman, the mother oftwo littlo boys, who is
living with, and acknowledging n coarse,
bentlv looking negro man u- her huibancl.
ThU woman was the wlfuofnmun named
King, who vtas killed in battle during tho
wivi i Coming to Cairo two or thrco years
ago, sho married a man by thu numo of llul
lock, who run oil' and left her. Subscqunntly
hu took uji with u man, whon nutue wo do
not recall, nnd lived nith him sevornl months
inatlat lioat, on the Kentueky nido of the
river oi)ioiitu Cairo. Tho fvcoiid man leav
ing her, slit; cainuovcrto Cairo, nnd foru long
while whs supported, in part, by the county
until she commenced drawing her children's
pension. A fmv waeks ago sdie became ac
quainted with tho negro referred to, Simon
Humphrey.", and in due time uecuptcd him to
her bed nnd board us a husband. Humphreys
has a black wife and two children living in
tho lower part of town, and i, therefore, in
tho full practice of the .Mormon faith. The
lut pension money received from tho govern
ment, or u portion of it, was iid by Simon
in the purchase of a horse; nnd tho little boys
to whom it belonged ure compelled us n con
sequence, to go almost barefoot nnd wear
clothing that scarcely conceals their nnked
iies.. To this l added tho aggravating fact
that tho mother ha beaten the little fellows
with cruol ferocity bocause they refuse to call
the black bent "father" and obey him as
TIicjo facts becoming known an ell'ort bin
been made to punish the outrago upon soelety,
to bring the guilty parties to a realization of
their shameful nnd revolting conduct, and to
rescue; if jmMlblc ill little boys, from hands
so utterly unlit to ralM? them. In pnnuancu
ofthi. purpose n warrant was issued by K
quint l!ro.s, Saturday- evening, upon which
the woman and her ooty paramour wore ar
rested and mi nil tied In the calabooo.
Thu trial came on this morning at ton
o'clock, the negro man's wife appearing
in court and testifying that he hud married
her .".even years before in Uolivur, Tonnetsce,
and that two children were the fruit of tho
marriage. She further mated that about
three w eeks ago, he made an oecaiion for a
quarrul, and loft Iwr, immediately taking up
with the tvhit woman, $tr. Ilullock. The
trial deu'lopod -evcral other facts showing
the irro-s criminality of the accused, which
we have not pce to detail. The Squire
held both of them to bail, each in tho sum of
$150, touppeur buforo the next circuit court
toanwer, failing to fnrnMi which they were
Ilivrulle I'iti ot It J-.
The found of tho church bells yesterday, in
ipired a little four year old with thoughts of
Heaven. I)iirlng more light upon the sub
ject, she asked of her citcr, it year older, what
kind of a pluce conceived Heaven to be.
''Well, Ottda, Heaven iu great big place,
jut us nice iu it can be, where you can play
all day without being called In, and every
time papa comoi homo he has his pockott
crammed full of pretty things for bis little
A little fullow witi essaying tha laborious
task of obtaining a mouthful from the drum
stick of ,t tough chicken. After several fruit
le triahi, hi exclaimed with oint Impatience:
".Ma, (5od made mighty nice sunshine, and
green gran, and pretty Howur ; but 1 don't
think he did much when ho mud tough
A little girl's Idea of the xuit ww exprcsnwl
In the following language: "It is a bright
hole In the ky that (Sod left to let our spirit!
through." A beautiful thought, ir it is faulty
in an uttronoiiiu'iii view.
liir llourlxill lll.tlllrr-.
Wo are notiriixl of the fact that the Cairo
bourbon distillery, W. M. Williams, propri
etor, will raise dteatit on Wednesday, thu 17th
in.t, Citlr.em intetcted in the upbuilding
of a manufacturing iutereit in the city, are
invited to be present.
William rays ltu will have u ample of the
whiky he propo-en to maitufaettiro, on hand,
that vlitoriiinydicii- itsquality. .Shouldn't
A free exhibition, coimittiug of singing,
dancing, etc., will bcjglven in Henry Harris'
saloon tills' ovenfug. 'Everybody is Invited
to co.'i utid ee and listen, wlUtout moriiiy
and T.-ithaut price. If thero is u ;irobabillty,
howovtr, yuu will fel u hankering for a
refreshing gls of luger, it would bo advlaa
ble to drop a dime or two in your puro, for
the freedom doua't extend to that article.
" ' Curtl of ln Kailoii.
To tlie i.l!i f r mill uiriuln.ru of tlie Arab Fire Coiiipn
liy, til" Hoiull llll'l lleol) Kirr I'.IIIMII7, thn llibi-r-
iii Firrl'ouiMU)' inil the KinmM (insriNt
Oentleincn: You are hereby moH rcjpvct
fully Invited tojojn tho t. Patrick's Ilenevo
butt Society in their parade on tha 1 7th, In
obtervulice of fit. Patrick's day.
A mill' k Boyd:, ")
1'ATkicK O L.ukiiii.in, ICom.of Arrnn'm'ts
,1 mk Hm.i.imi. J 2t
The vdilor of the Mound City 'Journal ad
ministers a deserved rebuke to tho Cairo
democracy, in the following paragrajdt :
lly running Grobs, for ' congrHi, fifty be
hind liU ticket, and' throwing a heavy mJor
itv iiL-Minst S oan. and a few other similar
Iran 'actions, tho Cairo democracy will ho atit
to ''ot in bad odor throughout Southern I 111
mil. obtain a ropu.tut.on for being uncor-
tain anil tureiiaiiie
Major Dunn, formerly payma.ter at Mound
City, and ageiitleman well known in Cairo, is
dead. He died in 3fauIIeIJ, Uliib, utter
protracted illinii.s. on tho 2Cth of February.
He wartime tltne fluel paymaster of the
MioM-ippl llotllla utid had his licuilijuurtora
in thi'. city
TluiMliimal' hay that .lent, l'.igmun has
1 11 appointed to the command ot thu iiioul
tors.iit, Mound City, In )ueii.of ptpt. Koiiter
v1k hus none home sick.
Mill .mother railroad luxury baa unpem'ud
in the West silver palace rtijuiiilu cars for
tne liii.Burgji'orf Wtiynffntid unicago roau
1 in ru u u "rotunda at euch end of the Car
with eery poann'6lUtlry'ih' the way of s'o.JU
kilver-iiluted chundeliers, water coolers, lm
n-. et' T.aihi'ir ha- twunty-four
ii ' rid-.
trnapprrclatrd Unnfftr The Mlntlialppl
McnncliiK Cairo !
Tho exceedingly alarming stories, set alloat
yrars ago by shallow-pitted patilc-tnakors, to
the etlect that the site upon which Cairo
Winds was in danger of utlcrnnnilation from
the rapid nnd unmanageable abrasions of the
Mississippi river; or, whnt was almost as
fatal to tho existence of the city, was In dan
ger of. Isolation, by the cutting through of tho
Mlssi'sippi into Cache river were, even
then, believed by no sensible man acquainted
with the locality. They were, Indeed, so
manifestly foolish Hint in a short time the
inwt vindictive eiteiny of Cairo had not tho
asuranco to repeat them in the prcence of
any man who know anything about the topo
graphy of tho country. Long ago, therefore,
they fell into disute, no person hnving a
Miflicient hato or fear.of Cairo to Induce him
to repeat a story so sublimely ridiculous.
Hut a "Hip Van Winkle" has been arousod
in 31emphis, who thrust' the old story upon
the attention of a disgusted public with an
assurance that botrays his Ignorance of tho
fact that It was long ngo exploded ns a fallacy
most aburd and ridiculous. Says this won.
dcrfully bolntod nmn :
About six miles above Cairo the -Misj-sippi.
at CJriicnlcaf bi nd, approaches very
near to Cache river, and is rapidly under
mining nnd tearing avs ay the laud interme
diate. Now what nrstlranco I there that
Cairo will not boon un Maud ; or, at least,
on the wrong side of tlie river at omo future
day ? If the barrier above referred to give
w ay, of course the .M iMippi will enlarge the
(V-lio river as it did the Arkansas, and tho
Ohio will then empty into It at .Mound City
instead of at Cairo. "Again, in the same part
of the river, in a neighboring bend, it is rap
idly wahing away itt .MUsourl bank, and
threatens to resume an old. and almost for
gotten channel, the Ink" near Charleston In
.Mississippi countv, .Miouri. in which event
Cairo would bo sf miles from tho Mississippi
And hero we are, ton thousand of us, liable
at any moment, nccording to the writer
whom wo quote, to be "left on an island" er
no place at all, uttonding to our iiual busi
ness utterly unconscious of the great danger
threatening us ! True, the peninsular has
resisted the aggressions of the Mississippi
more than six hundred years : true tlinV,
stream has shown Itself to be perfectly tract
able, yielding to our will, wherever that will
ha been oxertcd; true when the land inter
vening Cache river nnd the Mississippi I
'torn away." Cache river will find an outlet
into the Mlssii.lppl nnd not tho M!si'sippi
into Cache; but what does all this amount to'
Tho parugraph quoted was undoubtedly
written to care somebody, and If wo are not
scared by it, it will probably full In tho attain
ment of its purpoiol
"The Mississippi river," says this writer,
"Jus played fantastic tricks before high Hen
ven and set at naught all human calculations
on Its stability. All oreatloa Is made subject
to the law of nattiro except tho Mississippi
river, which Is allowed to do pretty much as
It pleatri." Now this Is dkciatve 1 Cairo
and Memphis are alike endangered both
subject to the whims of the eccentric Missis
sippiboth unlit for the termlal of the Mis
sissippi river railway I This is bad, Its cruel,
a It suggests the feasibility of building ef
tho middle of the road, but deprives it ef
termini! Oh, faufhl upoe Mich insensate
THK AXE AT WOJtK.
The gullotlno is at work again in the
post otlko department, Cruswtll having al
ready decapitated a nutnbor of official heads.
The animosity of the administration toward
Johnson's appointees, has already been indi
cate!; and one incident in the post ofllce de
partment strongly confirms It. An Illineis
congressman called on Cresswell, and said h
wanted some changes mads In his district. !
Kloven of tho post masters reperted to be
friendly to the late administration were
removed forthwith, and solely for that reason.
This course will be strictly pursued.
.Judge Shellabargor, of Ohio, will recsivo
thu appointment of minister to Italy. He Is
xtroiigly urged by prominent Ohio radicals
of a conservative turn of mind.
Geiieral ltawllng will no doubt make an
etllcient secretary of war. It is to be hoped
that he has not entirely forgotten the demo
cratic teachings that gave him modxratioa
and magnanimity as a soldier, and which, in
18C0, placed him on tho stump as a Douglas
elector. If he has not, his management of
his dopartmcut will bo just, honsst and gen
erous. He Is a man of decided ability, and
when thu truth shall be ninde known, the
world will leurn that he aad the lamented
Mcl'lierson planned the campaigns of Grant
to which that individual owes bin presrnt em-
Port Llat fwr tilt, 4H Hour Knitln
Two o'clock, 1. M.
fien. Anderson i)Iain.; Wm.. Wlui, I'lulucah;
Kate Uuiiiiiuii,(;in iQnA(;Ciiii)bi-rlstid, KtnvllU'i
l.4rnw, , " Ajrirufla. . "
N.nliTlllc, N'xhrille: iTvllo tcinrli. Ht. I.oul.:
TrrQim, " HelleHt. I,oal, Mtrnphuj
lfenry Antra, N'.O,: VlritlnU, I.ouUvitle:
Klltfoiir, " rtuhicoB, YlolsiiUirx,
Armuaiiio, m. l.oili t Uiuiiiuuwcauii.M. l-oul,;
Jiilu, " ,' .
(Sen. AtiiIeroij, Coluin., Win. White, Pidueah;
tl.'llo Ht. I.oul. , St. lmitifCsintbi-rlaaii, rivninrdl;
Hiihlcen. Ariitiida. ",' ,
Kte lluhm.iiii. ,N'ahvlJf, N'anhTillp;
l.:iwie,ie.' O TirM, "
Henry tttes, I.iuiu (till, N ().;
Arnnelillo, Moliawk.1 'S
Jell. " iruil., "
llrlle Mvrtiphli, M4mpsl; Kilgrtilr, IulsVillr.
Oh'! this weather," this horrible, Bpiteful,
llckle, ever-ihunging weather is enough to
make ine say something that might not ha
exactly proper. Who ever saw tho like. Is
it sent as a retribution for our Iniquities ?"
Dr uoes it just happen so Who knows?
0ar ijip, wedonjtj After nil tho rain and
storm tf lust week, "and' just as wo began to
congratulate ouriolf on tho flu 6 prospect of
good, . plemuut day itdicjtd, to.bu suddenly
visited by such' a storm 'of 'snow, wind, rain,
fcleet and bitter cold "S occurred on .Sunday
night, is too had i'mided!' 'Tlia son UjnOw
and jsiiiUu tjon jjs Initjyfiether it will suc
ceed or nut wo dun t Sliww. Wo hnvo ceased
to iriitktrr,)redktlutii.''"' '' A "
' I ) r!l I V l-iiin "l
A good stage of water is reported to St.
Louis, but the "Mississippi is again receding
at that point slowly.
Lute't nows reports the Ohio rising rapidly
at all points with good water to J'ittsburg. ,
Here it has rleit 11 inches in tho pastel
The Kate lUblnson, Helle Memphis, Vir
ginia and Lawrence were well laden,
Tho Tvrono brought for Stratton, Hudson
tfc Clarkfibbls whisky; Dr. McGall'ock 20
pkgs sundr!.,; and for St. Louis, 71 bells, Wi
bra iron and a few sundries.
Tho Cumberland brought for U. S. Harrell
2 do., chairs; doe Abell 3 bids onions; Chus.
Galligher f.:i bbls wheut. For shipment south
108 sks corn, 00 sks oats and 50 bbls pork.
Tho Henry Ames brought 5 bnles moss, 70
hhds sugar, 18 sks nuts, for Chicago, and 500
sks codec, 280 tons iron, 308 sks pfipcr and a
largo !ot of sundries for St. Louis.
The Lizzie Gill added 212 nk-i corn U8 bbls
whisker, 118.1 ska outs, and departed deeply
Tho Armada brought for 1). Htird & Son",
50 bbls flour; 1. Cttlil, 50 bbl do; (J. 1).
Williamson, 11 bbls hominy; H. S. Harrell,
ti do.x chairs ; Thomas & Green, 2 bbls pota
toes; ,1. Koehler, one cow nnd calf ; Mnckie
A: Co., 7 sks oats, tind for shipment south, 115
bbls Hour, 10 bbl" potntoes, 0(5 bbls whlkoy.
nnd 100 k com.
Tho White, Captain Northern is the regit,
lar Cairo and Paducnh packet this ovenlng.
The Commonwealth will be oil' for New
Orleali on arrival of the evening train.
The Taliman, Captain Hilly Strong, is the
rogular Cairo and Nahville packet to-day.
A man, named Dan Hogan. jumped over
lHiard from the Kate P.oblnion, In a lit of de
lirium tremens on Friday night, ju-t lu low
Mt. Vernon and wa- drowned.
The Kilgour ha' 157 head or cattle for
The Hubicon put otl' 250 pkgs hides fo
Chicago. The Nahville brought no Cairo freight,
but 410 sks hair, 10 bbls whrsky, 100 bWs
mini. 2S0 bars Iron, 37 bales cotton, 20 hhds
tobacco for the south.
The Mohawk added hero 10,300 bbls flour,
250 sks wheat, 2 cars of wagon, 10 ton sun
drles'and 1,074 sks outs.
(The Hi. Chattel Hotel, Huiiday, Mjp-h ID
A imtiiltK, Kj ;
t) Smith. Olnoi
J M MdVMen. Ky:
II Milli, liidiimttli:
Mr i:n:ii'l f.tm Motnli .
J A Wlnrtrstit. city:
J A .NichoN. t'hx
i;o 1U1I, "
JS llrsn.l-r. N O,
I Mlllsr, Knills:
A II llrxl, .V o;
II c Itootuv'k. lisqii.iin.
K 1. T0U7 A 1011, Mem.,
i; (! ArnuM, Memphis 1
M (' Diititotiu, rntralu;
J II oUrly.citTi
II II Wilkins. Hj.
M Lever, M '.oul'l
(1 K Hinh-r, N Oi
Mm llrinJy, Ml.otil.
OK NKW OHLKANS.
Sliinrr COMMONWKAI.TH. ('only.
tn.vtrr. will It-nTe bor Tlll KVKN-
I.Ml, Msaii li.ate o cliick. .
CHA8.T. HINDK. AK-nt.
1A1UO AND l'ADUCAH
Tho light iluuxht pniiTllt(wmiir
n. t. noktmf.rn.. Miitr,
J. M. IIKVKKLYm -..Clerk,
Wlllmko rrpnlrr HAII.T TltlfS hftrrn flro nd
I'wIuchIi, efiiiKClru rtfry enlns lbuuJy ei
The While ronnrctxt Pluoftli wit) the New Orlrnns
mni Ohio rallroul, nJ lh Cum Ut Ian J antl Troiieiorx
Yd! frelzhl or rwnzn si.pl r on lxnl, or to
UniVllf Cairo, lllinoi.
Wantu, For Sit', For Rent, iKtt, Found, ami
1'ertonal, jmbUthrd in thu cAumnJor ti'jht
centia lint, for on', instrtion.
I, OH HAI.K OH IlkNT-NeweLlUs. 8 Potn,
1 iitvra, out bu.lJuu. thfe lot s.-,nirr I.m-u1
arid Hut--ntlj trr t, t'HKAi;
marlJIf flKKKN & r.U.UKUT. Ay,
IOU HALK Three dcmratJe rfilen'e t Nir-
gain. Urhtttt) J'Ulis 1 wTltoyKilAtji);
Fill IlKNT-Colluxi-with 9ruomiioo Wlnu.
ton aue unil Tolh str t. Apply to
. H.I I1III..1 III.'
WAVTKD-Ah-sainltrr Couatr Onlt at Went.,
anil rk'hool OrileM at 90 orntu, iti payment for
hoard at th tit. I harl'i, Ht-I
marlldtf JKWKTT WII.COX A. CO.
W" ANTKI Oh" KOoTl Kh" Hanyer alel one
eoohI "Jii:"rSawrer Non nt No. I men n,l
apply. 1. WII.UAMM.
nurlOJlw CoroClty tiuw Mi'l.
W- ATKU-A.-Aaniler Count (inlrrn. at W ts.
on theilollAr, forall klmls nf I.umher and ll'iil.
df rt' Mtnls. W. W. TllOltNTON.
queensware, liar Fliturcs, Glatsuaro
HOVKK KUHXISJIIMO UOODH,
Ns. IHi auit t HT, Cans. Av. t CAIHO, 1II,.
1 LI TAILORINQ.
ISO CONMKUCIAL AVK.NUK,
In F.lliott k llaythorna'a Hoot and Hhoc huire,
CAI KU, IM.INUIrl.
irt'utlins done on short notice, marCdtf
A. CI, Vo., Vf' . ,
J3 Ja. WS,
Thxlient in tho markuU-Hyf ,iU WiihU rvlal, umtuhir
and perforated tooth. ) 1
104 ,Coiunic-cll.A-emu,( aurtuitfTts elrtlt
atrccl, CAIHO, ILL.
nmrchstf . -1 1
it a am oat.
caiiiu TBSMSire CO,
HAH. T. HINDU,
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION"
I'.IIKO 1 It ANSI Kit COMPANY
CAI 110 ILLINOIS.
Tliriiiiilli Hill of I.nilliiK Klvrn to all
Avnllnhlo Point liyllnil or Water.
BirHl'KCIAI. ATTKNTloNTO KtiHWAKDINO.
pA! 110 AND NKW OHLKANS
ATLANTIC AND MLSSISSUTI
s t i: a .n s ii i r c m v a x y
( O.MlMIOMISi: LINK STKAMIIRS
2NT SZ TJV onLE A.3NT8
1V.lt. AKTIItll I',!,' Jf',,,",r
I.AIIV AV - IttitK, Matrr
UUTII . I ...V. ... I'K'.KAM. M.tr.
AlIil.M': l Alllltl.lJ " Ml.' 'i'.f.'S 1 ,v
"v rillKKN. Slatc
tiiti:.T ur.i'i iu.n
.SIlSHlSSlPPI .. .
Tiio.ii I'xo.v ii:an
..... O'SKII., Master,
Ji (Mi's, Muitr r.
. iiBI'KNOI iiir Maf
tStSKKN M.-l !-
I'KI'IT.It, M "i- r
CiMipri-iiiit all the llne.t nn l lrget l-wt-i.il t "
tlrie nf the mIm.w- line of t lner
Will lent f Cairo for .Nctv OrlcniH vwr
CoiiniitiBX t New rlen Willi en Line of - m
''f" '" . .
I.lvi 1 txiiil, i ViirW. Ilo.toti, ntiil (llr
tiin, i i .
l-wM-naer- n. Shipper ran r-ly ot one of th -IkmUi
lesnii tairo ini lualljr ' l'
lrtiriilr tieuinm to ll ir. tit"w ' "'''
U New orleuiw. I HA". T. "INIiK.
I,. ti. rl Ak""'. l f
OBJi f, n liarfl-Mit. luMi IJnil a
Kli ' "I"- l'm",t' 1 TK'krl AH'tit.
Orti. ' , kt t'harlet Ilol'-I
KM I'll IS AND ST. LOUIS
The Mlotn llostt omprif thl Mae ami wj.
run in the fllnn"r'lfr.
" Ar'nc it C5to, Atnte at CasrK,
Jtoal. 1 vr
UKl.I.i: tiT. 1.01'IS TuiwJay.4 p.m,!-atuiily t -o"
CITT Or'l'Aruio ''rThurvlay 4 ji.iniMoBila) , 1 o.di
Malm, Matf 1 ...
IlKl.l.K MKMIilH. is-tuMar. Ipn Thurs., I a."
Cran, M-trr I
'Arrive at l'iio
Arr at tairu,
CITV K ALTON. We-jnd,),.ip.m
trohrr. (atrr: ' I
Kri.lt), 1 a.t
ilAKIH.K CITV. " I "
KlillCON', if'rlday. 6 p.to!un.lay, 1 vr
llUkr. Mi.,trr; i
n4y, Ma-trri . .
M. K. KOIWVTII, .'uuiU), 4 p.in Wlnsd ) U n
N'orthrrii Line Packet Coinjimi)',
Keokuk I'm Utl I'limpauy,
Oinr.hr. I'ackrt l'nm,iu,
and Vnrloila Itnllroail I.luri.
At Mi mplu with
.Msiuhlt soul Willi Illstr I'ackrl CoM
Arkaiiana lllr lekl Company,
.IciiiiliU anil CliarUrton 11. II..
und 3IU.:lilil U Trmttaar 11. It.
At Ne kturs with
Vaxuo Illvrr I'aekrtand
Vlckaburtc anil JItrldlan Itatlroad,
Uisint through bill UluiK wJ te-kel. to all aalUt
,,..t. ty rn st . T mjtWm (.roetmi
Othi' on Wharf.bvit.
Kt. fl.-ssoN, TH'ket and l'rnsvr Aaent.
AHHVILLK AND CAIHO
.irT Consisting of tho following
Xjjatph-ndld passenger steamers
HI.MS.,. Mai-trr HAltl'KIt ChN
,Matrr I WOOIS
HAHMON Ma.trr W11WKK
DAVIS Master HAVH CIm
Making all Inti rmenlate landing-., and Kiriua; sp-tirl
alteolioa to war himlnu's.
' CIIAS. T. HINDK. OrnrriU Aitrnt
Hro2l'Sd Ottleeon Wharn.nl.
MKMl'HLS, W1I1TK 1UVKH AND
I'.NITKH TAT K-S MAIL LINK.
JOHN 11. UAVIH, Sup't, Mfiiiph", Trnnepf.
i Tho aplendld side-wheel
L1I1KHTV No. !,
Lease Men.phU etery TUrXDAV, THL'ILS DAV wJ
hATUItltAV, nt 3 t'.IH., for White Ittyer. "ine:tlriK t
I lit all's lllilrt with the Mei..iihi and I.lltlf Kwk J-
Joi.1 for LitH Hoi k and ifi.t hi.ring. Tune from
MeinphU to Little Hoek, Is hourj. . ,
l'rvnthts uud IWeiiKcr reei'lpted oter tne nin
Liii ;it lower riitei tliua nnv other route. ,
CHAH, T. IIINi'i:. Aaent, ro. III.
' ' othceoa Wliarf.boat
I TVANSVILLK AND CAIKO
rti- Consisting of tho following
JSsCSpliii"ll'l rusMiigcr Stcnmcr:
M'-()C01U:t Miicter I'OWI.Uli . ..Hf
I,-v- Cairo Hiiiiduy nml TlmrvUy at ' y in.
i ni:XTKIt H"-r I HIAMM Kit Her
Leaves Cairo Tiierday and I'rldiiy nt ."i p.m.
f Wl. A. I.OWTH...Mnter I WHIOIIT
f Leatcs Cairo Wednesday and iSaturd.iy at 6 p.m.
i MuWint! all Hits rinfdmte landings, and jiayliiR
iK-ular utti'iition to l'.U'Uet Frelehti. , ,
I CIIAS. T. HINDI:, tioiieia Afienl,
I offlcn on Wtarf.wat