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Time nf ArrKnl mill Oepartwr ef Mall.
(Ca'W l't Office, February S, l0
North fthroturh - 3:.in... :,"
K.i.iih ilitoocli ami way!
4:011 a.m..... 40X1 p. m
fionlli (Memphis A N. O.)..
0!.!o tlivemute .... )!ip.m "'vp.m,
Illv iippi Hirer rom,j
a and Friday... 0:00 p.m.... 7:00 p.m
Charleston, Mo.. Tuwday
Thursdays .VrMturdayii. 11:00 a.m ...11:00a.m.
Th ! i. fino Ilonr md ,
gantaFe ... 0:00p.roFrl. 7:0Ja.m
part? everyday nirept Monday,
1 jm.UHAHA.M, l'.Jf.
Attention. Sir Knight
A rotrular oonclavo of Cairo Commnndery,
No. 13, of Km'ght Templar, will be licld M
tho asylum, Snlurdny evening, tlie 20th Inst.,
at 71 o'clock.
All sojourning Sir KnlgliU are courteously
Invited. James a. kkardgk,
Recorder pro Win.
Day boarders can securo first-class fare nt
"Walker & Slfson's restnurant nt $25 per
lloreaflcr oyster soup will besorved
at tho morning lunches: it heretofore
l'.i 'nvitntion is. to nil to coino nnd feast
,-vithout money or price.
mrlC 2w Oir.vs. PrirFKKLiNO, Sup't.
llv btivincr vour Groceries of J. II. Mctcnlf,
r.ii "keep n large nnd select stock of tho beat
Ininilv supplies, nnu eii enenper man tno
the iet, No. 331 Wnshlngtpn avenue, oj-
j .i.e tho oourl houie.
Is ),reby given to delinquent stock holders
cf tho Cairo nnd Mlandvlllo Turnpjko Com
pany that unleas tho bnlancoduoon their sub
scriptions 1 paid by the first day of April
next, suit will bo commenced to collect the
saiik!. By order of the board.
" R. II. Cunninoham, Treasurer.
31an.li 8, 180. dtd
ii 1 1 i
Harp-ilii In Ural nail Personal Properly.
On Thureday, March the 18th, tho personal
property- of E. T. Ros., deceased, will 1hj sold
(at tb mill on the Levco ncur Twenty-third
itre t.) consiiing in pnrt of wagons,' oxen, u
large lot of lumber, ono steam boiler! (good
is now,) nnd about .100,000. feet of saw logs.
Sis months credit will bo(glvcn on turns
txc 'cdlng S3, nolo nnd npprovetl security to
1 o given by thp purchaer.
On Friday tho ioth nt tho Court House,
the mill will be sold to the highest bidder
f r nth. This trry valunbte property w)l bo
sold viiJtOut Tfterrc. dtd;
Tho new Bourbon distillery is a success. ,
St.-im whs raised In it Thursday nftornotn,
nn 1 all tho varied. complicated, matsive nnd
dc. irate tnacbinerymoved off easily, smoothly,
performing their several functions like things
Wo could not snnteh nn hour's ,tlme from
our ongngemenU to witness tho start of the
cst.iUidrment, nor to sample tho kind of whis
ky it will turn off when St gets in n turning
off way n fact wo rogrot sincerely. We nre
ploand to htnr, however, thnt everything
come up to thoballdor'a nnd proprietor's ex
pectation, nnd hope tho institution muy make
evorv member of tho Wiilnnis family "rich as
Too C'ourtwny missed the nldermnuic holi
er -f the neighboring town of Charleston,
s f.-w days ngo, by six or seven vote only.
Th'- mayor, II. M. Dukes, ww elected by n
aiaorlty of one vote, ho having received 13
Tot . and his competitor 12. Joe received
I' it that Charleston, a village of five
r x !it!rd inhnbitfltits, polls only SB or
jo vi.tu.' lit. ijvaycau
i .-tt." hw than tint
h.ta.t Hodges and Carlo have opened their
saVjublw Borsesaro cheaper than-yclqci-pedes.
Vary ftdr animals' uro selling ut from
ilirty to forty dollars each. ,1
Tho M. .. Sociable last evening was well
ittondod, and paiied Off very pleasantly. No.
A of the "Soalnl Oirring" ws read; "but
ins not ns yet been submitted to our' nispec
ti.o. Tho list of arrivals nt the St. Clmr)i, jmb-h-'..-.
:ii the liullftUn,' indicato thnt.thnt
pi ular nj;d d (serving ettabliOiment h doing
Di.n't f4;t to preparo jUelf for a par
ti puiiuii in the St. Patricks ltenuvolent
$ . Uy , ball to be held in ttic St. Charles
li-tui a the 3lst, It will furnish a rnro oj-i.:-l'iu.ty
for ffiuint enjoyment.
A namVr of tho wembtrj of the Hgyptiah
Vn hand Iiave Been nbsorbed by the old
Eilvur Cornet band, adding not u little to the
tornpleteneu aud eClcior.cyof that popular1
Xik- Golt-ondn 'Herald' built lor tho Citiro
4eit. Tcy soundly for thuir uiifuUhfulinvi
to J Ige Sloan. Our individual hands nro
eU an. Mr. 'Herald.'
O'lrcotowporury of the Mctpmolia 'Time'
m laboring under tho deluslnn that thp Mom.
7his nud Cilro railroad, heretoforn kijowji
;., Mi-iippl river railway will terminate
at Metropolis Mr. Tiiiic' don't bo ridicu
le .-. If your pooptaaud the people of Union
C.ty will build a branch, well and good, but
tie main trunk cornea to Cairo. This is set
t'.'.d beyond ieradveatarc.
Tlio lainnl ef nlderisen evlnco n wlllingoods
to lease the steam powor of our jiuiViue on
tonus thnt will prove advantageous to tho
l.sees. Th object u to wiicouma ti nn.
aiding of n ainnufacluring interwt.
Tiie bourhofi dUlillery will commence the
ii.unufaetur of spirits in a ooupln of week.
The mnehlnory ha been fully to.ted and'
nov off smoothly und harmoniously.
II. A Hannon ha our Jhank. for u supply
cf Sunday reading matter, vh: The 'Hctrth
wHI'Mit': the 'Sporting Timet' r 'Kverv-
dayi Doint; the 'Winter
NIck-Nack . Haunon l:oep
Meri, UaroUy & Itcardon
if il rounclimun lat nt..i. .....t -i
'p au ymifvi9
rf .-.. uj ojiyf " !
11m email po,x In the city isconflaoilaatire -
lvtotuobiact nuimiatlun. Ahwmih'M-
rcloped iUclf oarourUenthctrtol veatoMlav
w . t VM4VHVV
but was promptly taken rare of
,' - " 1 . . 1 " i . 'i ;'.v.t.vf'iii V.
A RUm-ataaglma;, Jins;-Conlltd, Wool
8BatetilHg, 8ku-SernteliIiiK Fight Br
twtca Husband and Wife.
"George" is rnther n punyco'lored gcntlo
man, troubled with sorc-eyesnnd n bndcougl
which he nggrnvates by frequent potations of
stomach burning grog. II is better half, Julia,
isahnlcnnii liiusc'ulhr creature, frightfully
ugly, filthy, resentful nnd jealous.
A few days ngo tho adventurous Gcorg
called on Electy ,n fibber-lipped 'werich Vd-
! . . tT..II-
cupyiug nn nujoining nparimcni, nnu tiuuu
being out on n washing engngenrent, ho con
ccivodhOjClianco i favorable Vft.MjWPl'n0
the Husky jj'efcctv, how ho cursed tho dny
he took up with Julia; how much happier he
would bo if she, the bewitching , Jilecty
would Derinit him to doat on her just ns
much ns ho micht feel inclined, nnd how rap
turously ho would bless tho day that would
signal tho taking off of Julia, by nccident,
firo, sword or epidemic. Unfortunate
Georgol Through tho thin board petition tho
jealous j uii:i ncaru jus everj- woru. j.tcii
I . . . . t . 1 i T V.
more, she henjd tho "pe-weop" n sound that
told thnt tho perfidious Gcerge had tasted
nectar from Elccty' scroll-liko Hps but
nothing more did she wait to hear. ith
tho fury of nn enraged tigress she bounded
into tho( room. Onevell uimed blpw from
her bony fist laid the frail Elccty prostrate.
Stooping down nnd catching her by the feet,
shodrngged tho still recumbent body to the
door for what purposo cannot bo divined,
unless to clear the field for n fair fight with
her faithless husband. "You brack 'jonst I"
shocjflculntedj'dnrtingspcart, darts, javelin's
and hand-grenndes from her eyes upon tho
trembling George, "I'll chnslicate overy bono
in yeur snoakjn caokass.;" and nt him she
plunged. A few of her passes Ocorgo warded
off successfully. There whs no chanco for
cscnpo, clue ha, would, ha vo fied tho socno iind
nvoldcd the conflict. Hut now ho was in for
it. Each succeeding blow increased his nngcr,
and in less than n minute hu was bringing nil
his skill nnd strength into active uso in re
turning blow for blow. He had drawn the
first blood but it nvnilcd him nothing. -Julia
was undaunted. Changing her tactics she
clinched him, and succeeded in twisting her
fingers firmlv into his wool. Giving u tre
mendous surgo sho brought him to his knees
nnd nttempted to crush him down with her
weight. In this sho failed, , however, und
lost'hYr hofd'oli George's hair. iJolh regnin-
ed their feet and sparred for wind J but be
fore u blow passed Julia clotcd in with him
gain, nnd commenced n regular cut-fight,
not forgetting to squall as sho scratched.
Over chairs, from one oornor of tho houso to
tho other from tho back window to tho front
oor the nmlnblfr couple contended, George
planting blows on tho head and in tho ribs of
is spouse, und she snatching his hide nnd.
clothing from him in n mannor that promised
to divest him of both, unless hostilities wcro
soon brought to u cloto.
At this juncturo Elccty cried out for help.
A couple of neighbors entered their npponr
nnco und separated the belligerents, thus leav
ing us lu uncertainty in to which of tho two
is tho better man. Georgo fared roughly,
losini; a handful of wool nt tho instant of
separation; but Julin wns the nearest ex
hnusled. Sho hud received n smashing blow
uon the nose nnd 111611th nnd felt n tender
ness, no doubt, in tho region of tho short rib.';
but in spirit sho uppenred perfectly invinci
bio. Wo nro disposed to bet our money on
the cable Julijc ' -,..'.
We understnnd thnt n gentlunmnwjio has,
considerable mans'nt lfii comniand has been
favorably impressed with Cairo n an eligible
manufacturing jntlnt, nnd is tcrioUy consid
ering the proposition of the city council to
Iwa the power of the steam pumps. He has
)xaiiiiiied tho Thirty-Second ttreut pump and
Its surroundings, but of the eunclusienn funn
ed by him wo know nothing.
We nro quite certain that the council, und
the owner? of thonrpnerty. adjoin jqg the
pumpi, will offer all reaionablo encourage
ment to parties who honestly contemplate the
eitnblishiiu'iit of any branch of the manufac
turing int'Tt-t that.jwpuld.ndd to'the business
or importance of tho city. A disposition to
du thi has alrtiiidy, In fact, been manifested.
Mr. Wilson yf phawnuetown, U said,to be
tho suectxful npiiucant for tho nttornoyship
of tboditrict of Southurn Illinois. This
place Linegnr on tho shelf.
Geneinl Grant having determined to send
Quakers among the Indians, Taggart will
probably make his nppearanoo In tho whito
house, wearing thu broadest kind of n broad
brim nnd tho ilr.ibhiott kind of drab habili
ments. In this garb, if ho don't forgot his
''thee'' nnd "thouV, ho may make his point.
- i e 11
S. J 1 Ihiuim hqi .removed his drug store. to
the corner of Eighth nnd Commercial
Avenue a very good loentlon.
me ! in" i
Wo ropublUh the proceedings of tho loard
of nlderuiQii thii evening, to effect tho correc
tion of orrur that by seme mtnns erwpt
Can the congruf of the United States
never stand tip to do ktrnightforwnrdly what
tho occasion requires ? Whi n it passed the
tenure of oflle'd law that wns dodtrln'' Its dutv.
...... w .. --v-
If a man in tho president's office was not to
be trusted with the president' powers the
thing to do was to turn him out; but party
expedience wa iu the way, and this suiter
fugo was patched tip. Now an equally lame
subtorfugtt It to bo tried again iu tho suspen
sion of tho la whon its repeal is what the
i . .. . i- -
Georgo CloughL'oonduotprjOri the Concord,
N, H., railroad for twonty-threo years, was
worth $850 in 1840. Ho is now within thrco
of being tho richest man In tho state, after
linvlng VC compelled to disgorgo $16,500,
A San Franciscoan offers to drive the
t tinnll jix qut of tho city, by menu of mai;-
-11 World' and 1 u,a tor ,v of ?30,000, and another pro
I'ttllOie popular fy, u re,,mly t,lu "losing of all tho thea-
) 'Is' wok wlt, no "oadi
t f-.I.i i
ul 1 bthur TPiUi'di with innnlli
gums, nnd natural formation of lips upon its
1 . . y a
I .1 fS?n lW r.r servant girls to como and
dolls liousowork; wages $25 in L'old wr
....... .. uuu iiuii mur m ivn fiunors cacn.
,&nt i i i ?Z i" i rtO
MLMSTEK A1UUVES FltOM CUBA.
QUAKERS FOR THE INDIANS.
-O , 1 1.5,1 f r ,
Tenure - of -Office- Inr.
IottreelU Coiiftriuntlon Doubtful.
I)ispntcIiC3 received up to 3 p. m., yester
day, bring us tho following intelligence from
,,, . AtUIXlSTER rr.ot CUBA.
Senor Morale Lennus arrived in this citv
yestordny as minister from tho provislonnl
itovernmctit of Cuba. Senor Lennus is fully
empowered to treat with tho government ef
tno united states (or n run recognttien oi tlie
revolutionary government of tho Queen of
tlio Antilles, nnd bears n Commission to that
offect from President Ceipodes who. is now in
command of tho revolutionary forces.
IIROAD I1RIM9 rOR THE RKtl MKI.Vfl.
Secretarv Cox inv tlin nrcsident has fullv
determined on tho policy of sending Quakers
to deal with the Indians, and will soon begin
appointing prominent member of that society-
as superintendents nnd Indian agents.
THE TENURE-Ol'-orriCE K.XC1TEMKNT.
Tho debflto on' tbo tonurc-of-ofllec law in
tho senate still continue?, with crowded gal
leries and unflagging interest. Carl Schurz's
first speech attracted much attention, He
expected tho sennto to stand firm ngninst the
ronenl, but deprecatnd the ocrlmony which
hnd crept into the debatons having n tendency
to produce needless dlssention.
.. I i i m 1 1
Tho Trlbuno's "Washington dispatch says
-V VI MUtiVt HI AiVHaii VVU J Vii fcV
under consideration 'to-day by the senate
commerce committee It is understood thnt
a majority of tho committuo were opposed to
his confirmation not especially because Gch.
Longstrcct was n leading rebel during the re
bellion, but on the zround thnt there aro nn
abundance of men who wcro loyal to the gov
ernment from the broaklng out of the rebel
lion to its close, and who ought to be provided
for In prcferonco to that class to'whleh Gen.
Xongstreet belongs. The committee, howov-
or, tiavo determined to report nisname to tno
sennte without recommendation and let them
take such action as they 'niilythlnk proper.
From the Springfield !(Utor
The Chlcaco Tost,' n rndical paper, has tho
JteristcrV notions nbont'makins treason
odious." It save :
"Tho nomination of the Into rebel, now
republican, general Lengstrect, tothcauryey
shlp of cw Oflcans'isn graeefurnnd'npnre
clative act on thojmrtof thepresldent, which,
will, wo hope, be followed by many others of
tho sume sort."
So do wo. How "graceful and npprecla-
ive it would be Tor urant tq appoint uic i
Into rtbels" It. E. Lee. Jeff. Davis, Ureckin-
rldgo und Eorrest, to good fat govornment
otlices. This net would bo fully appreciated
by these gentlemen, .tts.tiieylostnlliu tho Into
"unpleasantness, . nna tnctr banw accounts uo
not represent u very healthy financial condi
Hero nro two St. Louis items from tho
Time, of that city, that wu have not seen
printed outside of Su Louis:
iCaptuIn Dan Able departed for ew Or
leans last cvunlmr, and will make that city;
his future home, having made arrangements
for entering the boat-store biuine!.
I A forfeit of lift y dollar was cot up vestcr-
dav forMr match, bf.t$l;000 between Mike'
McCoolo and Tom Allen. Tho airreemont Is
that 2dcCoolo shall whfp Allen intldo of an
hour nnd a half.
Tho Xoihvlllo 'Itepublican Danner' is look
ing ovorv dnv for come Washington Jenkins
to "intorvlow ' Browulow. Another sort of
Jonklnj with n forked tail nnd njiot and.
sulphurous breath, is likely to do thnt inter
view. ..U '
Tlio Detroit 'Post says Grant' cabinet
seems to bo physically feeble. Tho first ec-
retary of sluto retlr'etl on account of ill-health
and thu sccretury df tho treasury is only a
1AIHO AND PADUCAH
The hunt draught pxcngr Blwnier
-WIEH,S XV31. WIHTK,
It. r. .SOUT)IKU.N...,. .. I;UtT,
J. it. HKVKItl.r..... . .Clrk,
WillniAke reRiiIr DAlLV Tltll lvn Oniro an4
1'iiJnr Ji. acC'Airo eiurv erfninr (snridT ox-
CVtlill HlliK'l' " 1-U
Th tVhilecmnrUat rlilf.ihwHMIieNwOrlfn
and Ohio ratlro, anl tlio Cumlrf'rlanJ and TVnner e
riTrr jo1 ki-t.
r orircigni r iwkp arpi on inni,ur iu
5l. J. IIL'C'KJ.KV, .A:ut,
lM23ltf ' ' "Cairo, llltnolji.
' li)(, corner lx Uttun-ISixlefath etreets.
marldtf OHEKN OlI.UIUiT, .
TlOIt .S.VI,K Tl tm iliraJi. ivtidenee t br-
gin. lhJtifl Jtni w. Tnuvr.it .ti-ii.
ANTKI-A1. ximlerCoaniy OrJfM, at W ctn.
mill Citv ivrio nttScenUon tho lIUr, for all
kind of !.mrir and llniMer' .Material.
W. W. TJIOKNTON.
-TT-.NTKll.lexamler Connly OnUra at M cents,
and School Orders at par, In payment for rurnl.
ture.llou.e rurnilnni Uood, Oneciiare, etc., etc.
-i-irAXTKD-Alfxandcr County Or-lern at Weed."
T mi'l tviliMi onlfrvntficcniii,
In payment for
board Kt the ht. C'harle lintel.
inarll lif JBWKTT WILCOX A CO.
:.tli" Kiiuvcr und one
'Ji2"eawyiT. Nonei utNo. J men need
apply. 1. WILI.IAMti.
iiuirlodlw (liiro City 8jw Wi'l.
1 1 fioou-
rjlAX lTJtCHASEH'S NOTICE.
1 KlwiuPanons. Thomas Fan
dent N.W. Kdwards, Phillip Ilrovra and all others
Vtll nnt r.AiK nf vntl r. llprcltV lintlfled. tlllt at
file of real t-.tato li.inlo by the ilicritraml collector of
.. .. ... . . . . I. .1 . , I, Ay... lift
Aioxamicr county, jiunoii, nt uiuuuui m "'", :;,,
hone, in fairo. county of Alexander and nt.ite of Illl
110U, on th9;thdnyof June, A. l- Ut7, U. f.Mf
klmll tmn haicd the following uWribed real js'aje.
fcilunted in the ciiy of Cairo, in aid county, for tho
ptaieanl county laxt, u;idcN due thereon, forme
Jf r. V. 151", lo.nii :
In wh'i" name a
and told. .
.Sjiinc... . ...-.
City or what uddi
City of Cairo.
And that the time allowed by law for the redetnut
of tald real estate will expire on the iih day of Ju
e 1 nl re on Uie Mill hit ii June,
A. V. WO. li. V. J1AIU1IAU
Cairo, III., March 17, lKJHt
DRY GOODS iJEXCt,. JlU mf9RFWW'",W V
Wliolf sale and Ittfl)l Dealor in ,
BOOTS AD SHOES,
HATS A5D CATS,
Gents' FarBlthlnR Goed,
LADIES DJIESS 60ODS, SUA WLS,
BlHnkctt, Ciuwilncrcs and JcuiiH
DtLaluci 1 t..MM.,i.Mvi 1
Ilearv Brown DobmiUc...
Ilop 8 klrta....
OOO Vent's Hats at.
A Splendid Line of
WHITE ' (JOODS AND F.MIIROIDKItlES
IlDycm will 1I0 well to call anl examine my stock
btfote purohalnic flstwhere.
it: ir: cuNrnwHA ir.
OR EVEUYTHIXG IX
T3E3C3E3 BOOK 3CaXXCTX3
NolOO CoaaikCUL,TSM'(., f
JOIIX VV.-TKOVKir CO.,
HROKEHS AND EXCHANGE DEALEHS
TtjchTh sfffl.'ecoSj'doe'r fu'wCoin. Atc.,'
, ni' t 1 ec 1
N'onray. , ( ,
.lo, I'aMi;e TicktU from.
IArerpool, London, JTatrt, Antwerp, liremen
ana Hamburg, to Jtw torn,
Or to any ilnt W'trt
awcollrclion mvloon any joint in Kiirnp.
AN I) COM MISSION
105 C'oiiiincrcial Avenue, 10.",
CA 1110 ILLINOIS'
ii.ii:r. 1mtT.tr.1x, '
Thonly Licenced AuctlGurr la the tliy , txijn ami
dl un pommlsmon all kind of
An l make prompt return on all .
JOHN HODOKjI. I
1. J. CAULK.
ODGES & CATtLE,
.Will attend to the tale of real nuie, mcrehandlw,
fnrniuutveteck. arul topriy of any and id I kind. fr
two and one half pr cnt. ccmrmtcn, tln atoot
one.foiirth the cunpenoation otiially rlurgcl.
Any perron fe(Unj;li!melf or Iietlf nnalila to pay
that rate of coinpfii-at.on, ltal cheerfully wired
The patronage of the pnhlic is olite-l.
t UBico at present at roratr ec iioiK,r l.nery MMie.
A (ommiioii and anctlr.n hooe wih 1 oined in
a fewda., JuuiilK'of whleh will be ffirrti.
- lPli76.Ur ,
LLEN, WEI11I dj UUTLEIt,
A ITOHXEIS AT LAW.
OIHce lu Hro..' tw Hnlhllna,
Corner of lU'ienth tlrect and Co!nmcr-. J Avenue
IV. J. Allen, 1 " 'T'
II. Wnlimi AVrhli, iCAIUO, ILL.
JJULKEY, WALL & WHEELElt,
ATTOUXEYS AT L.U
John Hi JdvLKtv,
Gko. W. Wall.
) CAIRO, ILL.
SAM'L V. WllKKLKK,
Oltlce llouuie, H aud 0 'Winter' Illock.
WM. II. OKKKN. w.'ll. OII.1IK11T.
Q.11EEN & GILHEltT,
Attornuys nnd Counsellor at Law,
Special attenliou ciren to Admiralty and bteatnboat
Ufllce 011 OlilK l.ever, H001111 ii anil 1
janl-tf Kh'yptln" Illock.
Tjl E. ALBRIGHT, -- -
Attorney a.t Ziaw
SlT.CIAl. ATTK.NTION 01VKN TO COI.LKCTINO,
OHlee, corner of ltli St, aud AVukli, Av,f
ThoAdamn Kxprc. Coiiiiiuny,
Cairo, JIaiehS, UOV,
Notice is hereby given, that nil unclaimed m-itier
reiiiiiiuiiiv un uuim m me trrerni oincca of tnu coin.
i.iiit, ut iiieinitiu ul
State of llllnoin, un to the find of Jlay,
old for freight and iiharK Ihe hichcit
citv of Cairo. Illinoin. hIiIiaii,i...
bidder, in tho
room of Daniel Hartman, on Commcrtml avcuiie. on
Thnntday, th 2M day of April next, nt lOoVIook. a.m
unless the sniuo be called for, and all cbareea naui
See Vostorn at the hevcral odlceiof llin comnanv
the not otHce arid hotels. C. I'l.NK. Aacnt '
Wl H. WATKIld. Cenel Agent. narlllm
Printed at the office of the Cairo Bulletin.
jQHAS. T. HINDE,' ' " "'
TOKWAItUIXO ASM COMMISSION
CAIKO TltAXSFEH COJIPAXY
ThrniiRli . BUla, of. Ladlnw. glvcta to all
AvallaliU Point brltall or Water.
eirSl'ECIAL. ATTEXTlpN TO KOHWAUDINO.
PAIKO AND NEW ORLEANS.
ATLANTIC AM) SUSSISSffPI
COMMIOXISE LINE STE.lMtttS
3NT OEJ XT OHIiBAWB
I.AUV (J A V....
M7.IK IMj ,
l1t HIINAVKAI.TII .
Comprising all tho flnt and largt boat out of St.
One of the above llnerf l atner
Will lrioc Ctilro for Jftiv Orlcnui orcrj
horiy-figiu noui, -
Ccmneetinj,' at New Orleans with Ocean Line of fcleara
Liverpool, Xe' York. Ilootou, aud Oalyta
I'enr antbiMerN can rely on one of thrs
levinir Cmto iiiinetiiaily a alioie. ) ill pay
q .Vw Orleant. til As. J. HINDU
General A xerit, Calto.
onice, nn wnani"!, i-uwio iu.
ED. F. jjiKapN, l'-entrud Ticket AaenU
' Ofllue, at SU ClArle.lUlW. .
ATESII'HIS AND ST. IA?lfIS
TMnfHiK.u eoraptle tbl and w
n in mo lewmiKs vtijti .
Arrive at Coir J,
1u:i.i:e ST. Ta-lay, t
ClTrFUiIHO. iThwiulay S p.tuMaday, 1 a.r
IIKI.I.R Mlhtrill''. piatcrdaytfip.tn(Thir., 1 ajn
vraat, ier. 1 1
Arrive at Ualio,
CITY OK ALTON. jWe.lld'y,Spm
' Arelier, Muter J I
MAUHI.K Ultr. ; " "
. 1 , Mi-lrr;
Itt'IlICTlN, Friday, a p.in
lllaie, M.tert i I
LUJIlNAHr, ' ,
Con a ay, MiUir,
M. - rorSTTH, Minday, S p.m
Itaisey, Ma.tor; .
JULIA. ., ..
rralay, X a.r"
lindy, 1 a rr
Wednxi'y 1 a.m
Cnnnectinsatst, Iui with
Northern I.lue Packet Coinpany,
1 ICrakuk Packet CouipnilJ,
Oiiuihn Packet Company,
and Varloua llallrood Lint.
.lUiupliI nnd White ltlver Packrt Co.,
Arkaiiim Hirer Packet Coiujiauy,
JlriupliU aud Cliarltatou 11. IU,
and Illlppl 1 Teiineetce H. It .
Yaxoo III er l'acktta, and
Vlck.lmrf: and dlrrldlaii llallroad,
niTbirthrnncli bill UiIIds and tttket toallaTalUa.r
Eb. KJilitON. Ttekel &d I'aeujjer AK'fnt.
jyTASHVILLE AND CAIRO
tflpgSZ Consisting; of tho following
KIMS Mater HAIIl'KIt..
6TKONO.,..,... Ma't'r WOOlti
HAltMON-..- Ma.ter Wl-tVlt ....
Making all intermenlale lauding, anil gMnx kpreisi
CIIAS. T. HINDE. Oeneml Aitenl
dect'Clil Ollionon Whatfboat.
MEMPHIS, WHITE RIVER AND
UNITKD STATKS MAIL LINE.
.10IIN U. DAVIK, Hiiji'Ii Memphis, Tenneee
. rtlSSi0 Tho splendid side-wheel
mm PASSENGER STEAMERS
MAYKLOWKH. COM3IKIlCIA,L and
MUHltTY So. -J,
Leave Memphis cuery Tl'lI'AY, THUIWDAY and
fATl'UDAV, nt S p.m., f..r White li'ver, eonneetinnar
Dmall'S Illuir with the Menir hmRnd l.Htle Hock llai'
roa l for Llttlo Itoek and llot r-prlnK. Time from
Memphi to Little Itm k, 4S hour. . .
Freishta and I'ttJu-enKiT" rcelplel over tho abore
Lino at lower rate lhan nnv other rele. , ,
CIIAS. T. HIS'DK. Agent, Cairo, III.
Ottico on harf-lwut.
iriTT"' Consisting of tho following
is-spUiidId rassongcr Stciuui-rs :
DL'SOUCIIET Master I FOWLElt H n
Lt au s Cairo Sumhiy and Thursday at 6 p.m.
DKXTEIl -...Matter I OHAMMEII- tier'
Lcarei Cairo Tuesday nnd Friday at 5 p.m.
CU3IH Kill, AND,
WM. A. LOWTH...Ma,ter WKIHHT-
Leavt a tiiirn Wedited.iy and fcnturday at 0 p.m.
Making all intermediate landing, on.l lylns fif.
ticular attention to INu-ket Freilitn.
C1IAH. T. IIINI'F. IOB. r Agent,
oillfc on hart- it