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Thar of Ar;ln' ami Jiejiarture of Mnlla.
,i j.'. i o"1 t. February 2, 1809) jj
(Time of dosing)
N..rli (sliroujjh - c.joa.m.... uop.m.
North (mv)..... . stta i.nn...lli0O p m.
South (thromrluind way). -KOa.m II. -00 i.m.
tith. Memphis. t.V. (.).. siWn.m 4rtUMti.
Oh'n lllwni'tf p. :"0 i.m.
Ml.i.lpnl iltver route,
Tuesday iwrt Kri.lays... tWO p.m i"0 p.m.
Cnatleeton, Mn., Tii(M.U a
Thursday. I Put unlay.. 11:W n.lu .11:006.111.
Thelx, Ottnte Islan i nnl
Santa Fe 6:00p.mKri. 7:0) a.m. Snt,
VJIn Wee r-vito deiwi ts every ililv except Mondays.
J.M.UIIAHAM, 1'. Af.
Day boarder can se.mre first-class faro nt
Walker & SImou's restaurant nt $56 per
Bar Hereafter oyslor soup" will lc3crvod
nt the morning lunches. As heretofore
tho invitation I to nil to come and feast
without money or price.
mrlG Chas. Pm'rr.itt tsa, Sup't.
Money .Saved i
IJy buying yourgroourics nf J. II. Mctcnlf,
who keep a"largi and ".elect stock of tho best
fnmily seppliu, uml fells cheaper tlmn the
cliMpMtr No. 9S4 Washington nvenne, op
posite tha court homo. inarStf
1 hereby given to delinquent stockholders
of tho Cairo and Hlandvillo Turnpike Com
pany that unless tho balance duo on their tub-
ficritiUoti Is paid by the first dny of April
r.oxt, suit will bo commenced to collect the
fame. By order f the board.
'.. II. CQXMxniMM, Treasurer.
sMarat. 8, 1809. did
Il.VjtaJn hi tlaal am! I'nraoiinl Propert j. .
On Thuraduy, March the 18th, tlie personal
I r-'perty of X. T. Jtoan, leoaetl, will be sold
(at tho mill on the Loveo near Twenty-third
st-eet, oDiitlng in part of wagon, oxen, n
largo lot ot lumber, one stuum boilor, (goed
near,) aud alv:.t .'it,)f)0 foet of snw log.
Six months credit will lw given on sums
rxrrnn $5, not mid approved security to
1 o siren by ihf purohe)er.
On Friday theHUh at tho Court Houe,
t! . ::.!!! will ha nold to tho highest bidder
fur cash. Till rrry valuable property will lie
li id wlmut rum-'. dtd.
A Utile by wa Wdly bitten by a dog this
mining, wWlo rtMiing along Tenth itrcet
The infuriate! animal tore a gooil portion of
ti.e 1 him clothing from his body, nud iu iv
eral jdaces ierlwmly marked the llofh. Wo
did not lenru the name of the child, or who
own- the dog. If ti e child wnroours, It
would m enough for ti to know the dog'.
Caiteo of this kind are of al utrt
City Trenmtrer'n Oilier.
.! Im ilyland. Hty treasurer, ha taken an
c;!. in Clark s building, in the rear of the
(ity clerk's otllec, where parties having oc
Chvnto call on him will find him during
Tlie TIuti Clillilrrn Story.
In a local article yctcrday, wo gave tho
d .; .,f the finding of throt little children
pinned up iu a vh, nut room a we receivod
t'neiii, adding the natural inference. As tho
father of tho children returned in the after
noon and claimed tho children from tho po
cMon f Mr. A who had taken them to his
home ; he Is, of course, to be exonerated from
thi ttrivturrs in v.l.tch wu indulgud. The
actual tacts In the owe nro had enough, when
8lion of all coloring.
Tli- father of the children loft them In the
v !it room at stated, without a park of lire
or a rag of bed clothing to keep them wurm.
Whop tho ohlldreti were found they wero
h'-Mlcl HMf1y together in iteernor, bnumb-
o it! !J, tr. uiir,t one lwing unable
to ta:d upci. is f..
i..r.i 4'.r Ly ilr. A.,
U tiiem anny, the
I. ,nk"U far the uini.
They were kindly
and when the father
provided them with
A itH fraiuo no excuse fur the fatlier for
v- . '"g tbe child rm to iiieli hanUhips.
lie wa reeenOy burned out on .Ninth street,
it .- true, an 1 n,lml.:y !ot all lu had in the
I. .- ; but he '!.ii;i;, to be the owner of a
I . ii 1 mi ti linvo 11 pinnu ela. numbering
till ty-two pupil, .iny iiv of wldyh would at
nny time have adranood him money. Certain
It is, If he can pr.n.ure money to placv hiiu
solf In the oonditiun he was when ho called
fo: 3 ; children, be can procure moiioy to buy
blankets for thorn.
If thif vender of the nrlidr does him any
t;oA he is welcome to It; but we consider hU
cytnluct both cruel and unnatural, when
! -1 in tho ino.t favorable light po'sibl.
Tlir A. l. St. Clmrcli-A ll-.llr tl,,.
V. : ' i. Cmro Hum 1 .. .
I e in your l:-..t Saturday's issue, an arti
clo apon the ubund ui.K iit t tha new church
buduiui of tho African Methodl.t peojile of
th; flty. In eonvorrttln with somo of the
tru-teo to-day. 1 Wrm-d that the new church
pre' -et has not lu en r.baiiduniHl ; and that
t' y wi.h the i'.ib!ie to kiiuw thui tli.m .li
noun thing ha been M nul abandoning
t -j piojvctvf ouuuing yi they aro deter
mlr . I not to give the matter up, n they
tb.rk there w.ii ue otimr yoan in C-iro be.
tide- the present. And 1 may suy that thou
of iiij oilk-er wn.i have spoken to mo about
"tlelo wl.i. .,., out la.t Saturday,
w . highly . 1 ;:, 1,1 with it; and thJy
d m to .,1 K - corroutloti', and too
: -ome fact, ami tlm matter will be before
1. u bile torn j.U-uj. The lut paid for by
tlu-vliureh u,r t'ire.., instead of four, and
t!. foundation wa, brought tu tho level of
th-ground, Ir --"I ,.ftw feet above, nd
this make the description given y the gen
t!e:.ian, whoever he was, moU splendid, and
tu.i.iful. In 'po.ikii.g of the unemploywl
Material being dij,.d or at n ".acrillce,"
the v.rlter might have hl, that under the
now aduilnUtration, that quite an amount of
f. ..utoruil of the ntillding lm Wn
i.s.-l, Uiaatlefy adsbt which was made Jon-
.'.ii'.Ih after tbo ciofd my adininUtratlou,
a ..ry ofBcc: ir. the church knowt. And 1
would furthei tay, Mor. Kdltors, that
every oKltr knows that at the olooof mv
ndiiiinistrutiui,, thuro wn ubout eiwuu
thousand doliau uir kuLcrIptioii, whioh hud
boon so raised for tho benefit of our now
elmrub, flvu thoutand of which had been
promised by tho Uureau. If ativbody doubt,
it, I refer thorn t the Uureau "otHceri who
made thcmsolvai acquainted witlfthe facU in
tho case. Thou, Stuothkii.
Hlinll I lie Growth nf Hint Interest he En
con i n etl A in our tlx.
IMitoMof he Hu'letint
I In a Nnshvillo (Tenn.) paper I sec that tho
I -iif....i. r n.. ,.,,.,, .,f ti, Utn
.UUUUl V.ll Jj.llllt VIIIJ'.tll J , VJi fcl.Ut.WllJ, lll.TU
donated fourteen acres of ground to n cotton
manufacturing company. This certainly is
a commendable action, showing enterprise
and liberality on tho part of tho city; besides
it shows that lU citizens nro determined to
make It n manufacturing city on n largo scale
by encouraging, fostering and sustaining
Now, Messrs. Kditors, it Is patent to the
world that it city pojsosscs no vitality, and that
nil efforts to make a city nro aiortive, unless
ii enorts lo make a city arc, aruvc, unicss
upportcd bv the liberal and enterprising
pirit of its citizens.
sjuruoi us emzens.
Sel,,.. fl,nt .), MmmltlM nn lrnlnnoo of
of our citv have esamined tlie two pumps',
and havo" recommendod that thev and their
machinery bo leased tp aomo manufacturing
company; HOW woiim it not bo well ir tlie
citizens" owning tho adjacent lots to thoso
pumps wc-uld signify their willingness to sell
or lease them, on 'reasonable term, to ramo
manufacturing capitalist. Who will be tho
first ono to make the nbovo proposition 'to
tnmn mimunv, .,f wl.lMi )ip ,.rA niimbftM.
already iucor'porated and only waiting for n
liberal offer to locate and go to work? If
Cairo is over to become a city of importance,
she must be made so by the enterprise and
liberality of her own citizens, in encouraging
manufacturing enterprise. The tTo pumps
in question are located riibsl advantageously
on the banks of the Ohio river, and the line
of tlie Illinois Central railroad, and their re
spective engines nr ril'Sm:hhg dimensions
it can be seen at oi.t e that a saving advantage
U in fuvorof the uianufhcturcr, in the wav of
lwwor, receiving nni shipttittc r-ithr bv roil
or by river, aud, s wo all know, at a point on
the Ohio and Missiolppi river where neither
ice nor low water iiiijuiirt the shipping.
I would further suggest that the city signt-
fy it willingness to not only lease the above
pump and machinery, but leaae it free of
charge, with the understanding that the par-
tie leasing thrm keep them in good crder.
I suggwt that (if the action of the drainage
commitUM can bo depended on as In good
faith) that tho citixen hold a meeting at ns
early a date a po-!hlw, and appoint .1 com
mittee of .omo of its bet citizens, requesting
them to corroHiud and lay before eevoral
different manufacturing companion the nbovo
inducements and propvitioH. A movement
of this kind, I think, would soon develop
nomtthiny. J. A.
A BLOODY TRAGEDY.'
Tlirrr ?Irn .Sliot Drail
In tlirlr Track!
The Trnglc rnil of n ruiully Kt-inl t
From a gentleman who enmo uji on tho
Itelle Memphis, last night, we gather the fol
lowing particulars of one of the bloodiet Iras-
...v.. f.p.i.t. 1.1 ..1
WIW VI t klllJI UIUVU) Villi I
The boat landwl at New Madrid veetorday
and took on board two pa.tsongers named
Danielle nnd then proceeded up the river.
She had gained n point at tho ond of the
swamp nb ivu town when tho was agnin hailed
by three men, a lady and a little girl, all of
whom, it seems, desired to get on board. The
lady with a gentleman who proved to bo her
brother-in-law, and whose nanlo was Lane,
were Jlr.st to start on board tho boat ; tho
dork nnd the little girl following close be
hind, and a Mr. Kd wards following In
their rear. Tho first gentleman with tho lady
oh his arm had reached the foot of tho stair's
and woro about to acend when u shot from
the lioilnr-dwk t-n.k fatal offwt in hi body,
killing him instantly. The Work hurried the
little girl out of the prnbuble lino of the shot,
and had no eooner reai IuhI h point of security
than 11 Mcund ball was fired killing the tec-
ond gentUuiuu as he wu in thu ai t of pacing
on to the tage plank. At this jum ture the
g. i.tlemati remaining on shore drew his re
volver and aimed It at some one on board the
boat, but the cap exploded without igniting
the powder. Seeing this, one of the Darnelles,
who undoubtedly di 1 the shooting, ru.hcd to
tb h..r,', and approaching within ix feet of
the now disarmed Mr. Lane,-jo,jr?d, a whole
charge of buck-hot through hU cht, killing
him on tho sMit. Mr. Lane watched the ap
proach of his antagonUt with a calm Indiffer
ence, that could imt hvc been exceeded had
the object been a mere exchange of civilities.
He stood erect, with hi hands by hi side,
and fneod his death without the change
of a feature or show of fr.
The terrible meeting ein to have len
anticipated as all the parties were heavily
armed with sbi t guns and pi.tol and some
of thorn with beth. The darnvlie brothers
having thtu accomplished their bloody pur
pose walked tuhoro and disappeared in the
lhu terminatl a fain v feud whirl, U
only one of tlm thiuirands "now narring and
destroying the dom-ntic phu and iukt of
tile people nt the south.
Life Iniirnnre-$1 11,01)0.
Mr. Samuel It. Hallidrty, late of this cltv.
at the time of his death had his life insured
forsiQ.OOo. The Connecticut Mutual yester
day paid his widow the full amount t?lO,000)
of tho H.lley held by that company.
The Connecticut Mutual Is the'largtit life
inuranc association In this ceuntry, and as
this enmpuny Insures upon that smut ap
(irovwl and popular plan tho note plan
(though iolieie are Usued upon the all cash
plans If de.ired) it is enabled to issue policies
at a leii rate of premium than any other
company. Tlie amount of tho noted is ntver
deducted from the policy in its settlement, as
tho dividends always pay or cancel the notM.
The surplus capital of this groat company
h'. Iwoomo so large, in conwxpieneo of iu un
paralleled .iiccow, that tho management has
recently adopted a pUn of declaring diri
dend., whereby it is enabled to declaro much
larger dividends than ever, thereby exceeding
Me.r. Satlbrd. MorrU Ar fVm,l
agenu for this most excellent oompany for
tins city, and wo would ad visa every olio to
u,u ? "t once iu this reliable com
pany, and thereby sociiro for hU family a i,ure
toinjietenoy in tl.u ony way that a sure com
petency can be obtained. It Is dangerous to
fleUy a matter cf uh vital importance. It
Hone Thieves In Dallnril Count)'.
Doc Tenn, an bid resident bf Ballard coun
ty, here yesterday evening, Informs us Hint
Uallard county is nlivo with horso thieves.
.Within a circuit of fifteen miles from Cairo
at lenit n half-dozon flno animals havo been
stolen within a week. A reward of $160 is
fTered through our columns this evening, for
tho return of a Una maro and mule, stolon
from tho cane break opposite Mound City,
within tho past fow day?, tho mare being tho
property of our informant. Tho bollef is
expressed that there is a regularly organized
gang of horso thieve in tho country, as tho
depredations are aliiioit regularly continuous,
nud no clue can be obtained to any of tho
- - .
A about Fovcnteon years of ago .pent.
two nights and n day in our calabooso and is
.... 0 . - - -
willing to ccrtlfr that It is a dark and loath-
somo P,nce- Ho suffered more, ho snid, dur-
'"S J'Is nort confinement thcrsln thnn he did
urinB ms iwo year sojour . m o g'g.
"u noru penniless, ...,...
jhonties of Cairo want him to leave, all they
hnro t0 d to furnish him transportation,
A "wmenfi conversation with tho young man
convinced us that it would probably bo tho
cheapest way to dispose of him, for, If he has
noi got "inr on liii niiL-crj, nooouy nas.
According to his own showing ho hm, been in
Jil kindred times, but never was convicted
but once.-' To "the remark of n listener,
I ''jirobably j-ou wero net guilty," ho, quickly
replied? "tho h 11 I wasn't. 1 stole as fine
a horse once, as there wa in tho State of
-Maine. , lie is n cureJ youtli.
llnll !, the St.
I'ntrick'K lionet nit nt So-
r , titty. t
V coinmittee appointed by this society is
perreetin nrransemeitJ for n grand ball at
the St. Chwrlos hotel. ii the 31st instant. The
price of the ticket? ha leon fixed at two dol
lars and n half. We have no doubt tlie.Hliiir
will be largely nttended and generally tuccus.
fd, the gentlemen who have it in hand are
experts In such matto" and feel the responsi-
billty of their position.
The 'Tlmei' peristi in the tutement that
John McKce did lift leave Cairo on the
steamer ilutli. Who taid he did? If the
editor of that amiable heet thinks that we
intend to permit any tlr.-'t clas lont to blow
up, burn up or tdnk without having n 'llul
lwtin" reporper on board, he is greatly mis
taken. Ordinary enterprise domnnd that
(The St. Charles Hotel, Wednetday, Mareh 17.)
V V llwjr, Chicago; TJIIuntw. I'ltt'bers;
L T Moor.
I, It CUrV. "
fieo A Tbain', "
J A Wtndram. rity;
(1 W Wall, lta Quoin;
II II.Morreil, Teias:
M A Smith A U-ly.NO;
W It Holt. Ohio;
R llntein, "
W It Mrelnahn,St Loui'i
A (' ItoUjrtJ, "
S Hou-ton. "
l M fay, rut-tmrs;
M r.urr:nc, Ikxtoni
(J T W.ll, iHi Qnom.
,,Hr ,' '" tlie a S Hour. Kiullnn
T" 'cock, l. ?t.
Oen. An'lerjrfn Colutn., Win. White, 1'ailiteahi
M. K. Forsyth, ft. Imiui IUIIo Memiihlf, Meiaphls;
IHmirck, N. O.i Sally, I'ltuburg;
Cumberland, I'.tan.Tillc; Maxme Hay, .
nen. Anilerron. Coliim.i Wm. White, I'i'liieah;
M. K. Forsyth, Viekitaarj; Itelle .Memphis, hi. Louis;
(ireat ItepaUic, N. O.i lli.nuruk,
Cnmberlaii'l, Kiansville; Mazrlellayr,
Sally, .t. Louis.
The weather Is cloudy, but tolorably pleas
ant. The Mississippi is still receding at St. Louis,
but with good water to Cairo.
The Ohio is falling above Louisville, but
with good water still.
The rivor here has risen 2 inches the past
The ULinnrck had 2 bxt oranges for Cairo;
10 c.k steel, 80 bxs orange, 3D bids, potatoes,
23 bales h!di, 60 baskets champaign 41 hhds
Mivrar for Chicago.
Tho Cumberland brought 50 bbh meal for
MomphU. Slim trip.
Tho Win. White, Cupt. Northern, leaves
for l'aducult this evening.
The Armada, Capt Gus Dousouchwt, Is the
regular Evuniville packet this evening.
TNe N'juhville,. Capt Wiloy Simini, .i . the
Nuhhville piicket to-morrow nrhh.
COIIUV Vor.Nf.. In tins eily. on the 17th int.. by
the Het.t If. K . 1. , Mr. Cltarlt Corry slMi
Mary Tonn. l-.fh r.f Caifo.
The Columbus O.Mo) 'Journal' pointedly
remarks that "ev- ry cord of wood given to
tho jKor here will K- so much fuel saved from
use In the other world."
1P.0 AND l'ADUCAH
The ii;lit raoht pHKer Uatner
It V NOltTllKUN .. .. -Muster.
J. M. llhYKIil.V Clerk,
Will mike res-. I. - I'AM.VTlUI between Cairo and
IV J ik an. I eat. 111: t im elerr eteoiliz (dundaya rx
erfed 1 atth. , . k
Tns o fi'te e.iiiiie. is at I'jluouli Mil llie.ew urieans
aad Ohio mitr,..vl, ad the Csimts-rland and Tenaepseo
For irri'-lit or ij..ji: applr on lxird, or to
M. J. IIUCKI.KY, AKnt,
IsnWif Cairo, Illinois.
J3 S. HAltltKLL,.
(iiccusmin, liar Fixtures, Gluts, rare
iiocsi: iu it.visiii.vt; f;oors,
Not. 1 ,5 mill 1 7, Com. A v. CAIHO, II.I,.
Furniture, nud House I'uriil.liii
Carjiii. anil Oil Cloths, Wlmliisv Hliaila
uml l.uoklriK ilu..rs.
N. 101 COMMXHCIAL AVKVUK,
ii- lWt: CAIHO, II.I..
gTltATTON HUDSON A; CLAHK,
(i'f yf , CuilFllajfV
Oroceis ' uml Ciimitif
I .-j Q 'Ti "
I7KUI BAI.K. CIIKAF-Xctr ColfnRO nn.1
J lot, i-nmcr Locust anl Slxtccnlli trpet'.
,wiiftflij-in iiesirahlo te8Mftic nt Ixir
V gin. tfr-h2itri JOHN W. THOVKH A CO
FOIt KENT Cotlafto with U rooms on Aknlilna.
ton avenue nn J Tentfi Ktri-et. Apply to
felilMtf W. W! t IIOIINTON.
VTYAJfTEIl Alpxiindcr C'otmly Onlcr.ntOi'iitl
f auu oviiuui uiuvrx hi par, in pajineni lor l urni'
ture, Iloine Furulaliliii; (JooJo, Qui'i:iiarc, etc., i-tc,
niafldit ll.S. HAItlSKU..
WANTKO-Alexwider Conntr Onlerfi at fcOeetits
till beliool Unlrn nt WJ ccntu, iu payment for
... - .7- '." : n wintm
".Itf 8,1 th",M "jfetT WILCOX & CO.
VV""""-!"! "smii" lawyer nnil one
H KoI "Jig" Sawyer. oni.Mit No. 1 men nee.l
mar'lpJlw Cairo city Haw'.Ml'u.
-rTTAXTKD-Alexan.lerCounfv or.lew. at M ct.
d;r's. """" '""'"w.'tiioiistonV
ALKEIt & 3lSSON'S
HI Mil A Hi) HALL A XI) SALOON
GG Oliio liovoo,
nkxt noon to Filter national dank,
! now In full blast, and ) the
Of all well-regulated billlanllsts, and Ko. Jndeea of
excellent wienie; nnl eier)Idy Knm
and e) the Hall Is
The Only Flrst-Cltiss llllllnrtl nnil Drinl.iii;
Suloou iu the City.
Are kept in Kxl onler, and are of the flneet 9bi.Ii.
Conneeteil vith (he establishment is a
ProMcd oTer by the most popular and uee.,ful e.
,r,rr in ma ony. .iie aj urn teru promptly loonier,
tiame. Oysters la erer)- style, and all the liurie ob
tainable. uUajsnt tliecoininaud of customers,
rnAX riT.ciiASKP.'s notick
To Samuel T lor an l Flxin l'arsons, Thomas Fan
ilent.N. W. IWmhtiU, 1'hiHip Drown aad all hUhxa
You andt ach of you are hereby mitirinil. that at a
sale or real mtate mvle by the sheriff anllector of
Aiexanner roumy, Jiiinou. ! inn iloor Or the ooart
house, In Cairo, county or AI.iiMii.ier aad Ute.f llli.
nois, onthllhdyof June, a. I). 17, . p. Mar
.s I will purvhated the folio i in; desenUsl real estate,
situated in the city of Cairo, In cat.1 eounty, for the
slate nnd county Lues, and ert due therttoa, for Ihi
year A. D. ISO"-, to-mt!
In whose name is. 1 I t
s,fd, Ute-I I I Cltyor wlnt.vHi.
and sold. tU Dlock. lieu theratsi.
Tsjlor A l'ron.....ls HI City of Cairo.
fame . 7 73 do
Thomas Fn.Jnit......... & 6 First Addiiion.
Jf. W. Flwar.l-........lf, : ,o
Phillip Drnvrn 41 do
And lhAt tho time aitasitxl bf law for the redemntum
of said realesUte will expire on the SCth day n Juae,
A. D. lsW,
Cairo, III., March 17.lWU-.13t
The Adams Htpress ('oinjuiy,
Cairo, tfx-ehS, lfji.
Notice is hereby ifiiren, that all unolaimel matter
remainini: on ImuU iti. ier.4 ottleei of ihis mhh
pan, in the ?tte .,f lhr.,i., up lo the tirst of May,
l-i; will be sold for freight and 'barges to the lni:hes(
liaidtr, m the , , ty cf t airo, Illinois, at the audio
room of !niel ll.1rtm.1n. n ( omiuercial uixmih, on
ThurstLtr, the 2 id day of ,pr.i uvju.a 10wvHA.k,u.ai.
unles-s the m- 1 ailed fr, and all rhartes pld
! P'.steiB at the seieral otrt. es uf ihs dniipuny,
the post ofTVe nnd hotels. f. PINK, Aent.
W. II. WATKIlf, (ieueral Ajent nurlMlai
"jVTKW CLOTHING f
Evory tliiug Froeili
ll.VIU.'AI.NS FOK TIIK I'KOI'LK!
Ifarlni; closed out their old s( k fcf Cloth. 112, hate
brought on a
IstM-go aiitl Splendid Stock,
Which embraces eiery kind of
IVsialiloiiMblr Gent lrmr u' AVrnr,
And such ri is sillied to all classes.
They would aU especial Attention to their supply of
XXtxtnt nnd Oaxatss
In which they profess to lead the market. Also to
Whteh tmWsie all styles of Cloths, Cassinur
Tweeds, Ac, from which they manufacture
CLOTHING TO OltDKIl,
In the best maunt r, and strictly f.vhionable,
Thoir stock of
Gentlemen'. Furnishing Good-,
Js very romplete. including many uoicltiet. neterU
fore brought to this market.
Trunks, of every alyle, Vnllsrs, Ciuiet
Assurwl of their ability to sell toods from their new
1 nwjier man eier ix'tofe, tne
ov rely unonnill.
extend them the patroiiage they
- - -
Wholesale and llolall floalor in
GKXT'S A.VD HOYS' CLOTHING
Fiirni tiiVil-ng Goods,
HATS, C APS, Ac, tie.
At the old aund,
Corner of isUth atrectuBd Ohio Levee.
F0UWAU1)IN( AX I) COMMISSION
C'AIKO tjca.si'j:u company
Tlii'OMKli 1II1U of I.rIIiii; clvrii to all
Avitllnlili: I'olnta ly llnll or Wutrr.
mrSPKClAL ATTIJNTI6X TO FOIIWAItPINfl.
QAIltO AM) SEW OJILKASS
ATLAXTIC AMI MISSISSHTI
S T H A St S II 1 1 C .11 1 A X Y
COMl'KOMISi: LINK STKAJIKHS
3XT 33 "VT OH.X1E A3WS
W. It. AUTIIL'U
...llFltK, Ma-st. r,
.. WIIITK. Mn.ter,
.. KNTItlKHN, Miise
1.1..11: t;ii. 1.
OM Vi: Hlt A M II
CO.'I'l. i:.n TA I.
TIIO?IPsO. DKA.V .
.11 .!. IK A II I,i:
F, l itf r.
lioYU.le-iiN Va- e
OllKKN Ma-t. ,
Lulll ri-iy Ull t
One of the al"
ttn, tt n 1 largest I" M ,'. cf i5
line of steamer
Will lciue Cairo for lt Orleans ou r)
(Vmnectiu; nt New Otiraai with Oveau I.ii, of - x.
I.I vrfiiml, ,i w York. Huston, unit (lull
l'nsicers aad 6Mppors omi rely an one of
lssto lermi! Cam Hsctssally as a4ve Wi)' pi '
Articular aUvnuoti te ll s.r ftalflil. Iielow Muni.h
(0 New Orisuas. CHAS. T. HI.Mi
(iessssml A uent, Ca.r
OtSke, nn Whswfrssat, IuMh- I Jn I
KD. F. Pl-WN, lWai!or nod Teiket Aif'i.t.
OlUce, at M. Charles Dwlel.
K.M I'll IS AND ST. LOLHS
rSuCKET C 0 1V0C XV3r Y
The foUowme liutO- eouiptirsi ttn Liue !tni w
run in tho fuUow in; otder :
Arrtfe at Clro,!Arroe at Ci.r
Dents. i.w. I vr
IIKI.I.K ST. I.OUI?, Tueeday. p.mJNturday I a.'
CITV OFOAIIsO, TMtrs4ay i p.miMou lay, I a."
AlaJIII, .Mft'lef; ,
IIKI.I.K MKSII'III". V-isUerd-r. Sf.m Tburs., t u
Crane, Mater I I
1 Arrive at Oultn lArnie at I .i:'
Hauls. , imvi. ir
C1TT OF ALTON.
I'rtdjy, I a n-
Areber. Master t
Friii). i J'.m
anday, 1 3
ainiara JI(aHI t
-anday, 5 p.m
We.lasd'y la . 1
(Ullalian. Master. 1
CianeetltiK'stSt. Louis wit
Niirtliem Line I'nrkrl L'uiiiiaity,
Krokiik I'acket C'uiiiiuny,
Omalin I'ncktt Ciuiiau
and Various UstllrouU Lines.
At Memphis w th
.Mrniilil. nnd AVlille Illsir I'arkrt Co..
Arkulisas Itlser I'nrkel Coiupaiiy,
.11eniilils mill Clinrlrstiin 11. It..
nJ Mississippi it Tennessee ll.lt.
Yn on Itlit r luki l, and
VIckslnu K nnil Jlrrlilliin ltnllrnaU,
(iinar thronsb bills bsdma; and Iw kel. to al! art 1 1
poiats by r" er ner.
kii.vs . lll.'i'r., iimnw .is-"'
'.U. F. M-setN, T Ket and Passenger AKent.
JTASHVILLK AND CAIHO
CCiT DAILY LINLS-Da
Consisting of the following
fe!gy?frsplendiil passenger atoamer ;
-.Master I UAlil'KIt
-..Master I WOOpS
Master I WKAVF.ll... ,
DAVIrf M.wter I HAVIS CW
Makinznll Intennenlate lamlinss.and slTlnc ele-
attention to way business.
Ull.in. 1. Jll.il"., uriin.i
dertl 'Md Ortiee on Wliartbosl
MKMPHIS, WHITK III VKK AMI
UMTI;IfvrATIv JIAIIi i.i.k.
.IOII.V II. MAVIS, Simi'I, Memphis, Tenne.H-
The splendid side-wheel
iZSrZ PASSKNGF.l. STKAMKHS
.MAYFLOWKlt. COMMUIlCIAs uml
Leate Memphis etery Tl'KSPA. THt'llsDAY au I
SATUP.HAV, lit 5 p.m., for White ltner, eonnwlimraf
Unroll a mull Willi inr ji Hit ias .ui I l.itlie ikm-k i..ih
road for Little I tool; and Hot .-prinj,"1. T11110 fro:n
Meiniihis to I. itiln lluck, 4f hours.
Friilit and PftenKer ret'eiptcd over tho nboTH
Line at lower rib tl..m miv other route.
CHAS. T, HlNllK. ARent, f iiiro. III.
Ollico on VUiarfdKiat
JgVANS villi: and CAIHO
.rET Consisting of tho following
yv-SplciidId rasM'iiger SU'aiiii'r.s :
DIISOiroiIKT Muster I FOWLF.lt
Leaves Cairo Sunday and Thursday at 3 p.m.
DEXTKIt Master I GltAMMr.lt
Leaves Cairo Tuesday aim rrulay at 3 p.m.
WM. A. LOWTI!...Miter WHIGHT Cle I
Leaven Cairo Wednesduy and S.iturdiiy at 3 p.m.
Maklnjt all intermediato landing, and paying Pi
tlcular attsatioii to Packet Freight.
CHAS. T. IIINDK, (icneral Agent.
Omce on Whajf.boat.