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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28f 1869.
PUBLI8HKD BTJOIIN iV. OMthtT CO.
M. . HAkRKLL, ASSOCIATE KDITOR.
Fresh Vegetables every day at 8. Mich
elsoti & llro.'s, 140 Commercial avenue
corner Ninth street Orders delivered
to any part of the city. 2t.
The Sunflower Wlllard rJaloon, on Ohio
Levcc, Is furnished with the latest styles
of tables, and the bar supplied with the
most excellent liquors. Free lunch is
ipread everyday at9n. in. and 10 p. in
Director Mectlna. a
Office of tho Southwestern Insurance Co.
Cairo, Ilia., April teth, 1M.
A meeting of the board of directors
will be held nt the office of the company
In Calrp, on fjalurday, May 1st, 1603, at
!$ o'clock p.m. A prompt) attondanco is
requested. Jab. 8. Keaiidkn, Beo'y.
ForClioIco lluttorand Vegetables call
at 8. Michelson&liro.'a, 140 Commercial
avenue, corner Ninth street Orders dc
llvcrercd to any part of the city. '21
l'rlco's cream baking powtlerH for sale
at O. I). "Williamson. They pay for
themselves in the saving of shortening,
milk, eggH, spoiled bread, and the
trouble and expeiiHo of procuring good
yeast. Try them. apllOdSJw
"UarrettV Celebrated JIair Itestora
tlve. - . .-
8. Mlchelson & IJro. have always on
hand a large supply of choice Fruit, Veg
etables, Butter, Eggs, etc., at tho lowest
prices. Orders solicited and delivered to
any part of tho city; satisfaction guaran
teed. 140 Commercial avenue, corner
Ninth street. , 2t
Jfsttlre to Committee of Arrange tnrnts.
Member of the committee of arrange
ment, and others who sold ball tickets
for the ball given to the Press Associ
ation of Illinois, are notified that a re
port of tickets sold and money collected,
must be immediately mado tome, in or
der to make a ilual settlement of ex
penses. Jaj.B. Hkakden,
Chairman Committee for City.
"Uso Barrett's," and no other.
Tho Illinois Press gang will return to
Cairo next Saturday.
Mr, J. L. Ferguson, of the Jackson
(Tenn.) 'Tribune,' is In the city, stopping
at the St. Charles. Mr. Ft will call upon
our principal business men for adverti
sing favors The 'Tribune' circulates very
largely In that very region of country
our merchants denim to much
Mr. Wright, of tho Vienna 'Artery,'
called upon us this morning. lie is a
hale old gentleman, pleasant and good
A mad dog wu;kllk-d near Blrd'u Point
Negro urchins aro peddling all kinds
of weeds and gnus about tho streets, as
"greens," giving, asan evldenco of tho
toothsomeness of tho truck, tho assu
rance that they eat 'em themselveslots
Keller fur Alexander County.
We publish elsewhere the law for tho
relief of Alexander county.
It Is not much of a relief after all; but
"small favors thankfully received."
Tho "proviso' at tho end snatches
from our clutches tho two mill tax and
tho State school tax, both equaling four
mills. The total levy for State purposes
m M SIS T T . . 1 '
is only six ami a nan muis. nonco oniy
two and a half mills are applicable to the
relief of Aloxaudcr county. This will
realize us about 99,000 & year, Instead of
$20,000 or$25,000a we supposed tho two
years ,nettlng,us, nay $15,000 or $16,000.
Now how ahall this money be expended ?
Shall It be applied to tho relief of pau
pers as necessity demauds, or shall it be
used for tbo establishment of a poor;
house, farm and garden? As father
Ritchie and the editor of tho Metropolis
'Promulgator' were wont to say: MJVou
There is a notable increaso In the po
lice business. Whether this Is due to
increased vigilance on the part of tho po
lice, or an unusual Influx of rowdies from
abroad, wo cannot say. Before 'Squire
Shadueasy this forenoon, tho following
cases were disposed of:
A "colored lady,'1 named Aun Mar
shal was lined $5 and coats for pot con
trolling the vibrations of an abusive
tongue. Having no money she was con
signed to an eleven days residence in
tho Chateau Mollalo. v t
John Murray, a white man, made as
tronomical observations through the bot
tom of a glass tumbler, and in doing so
a lot of liquid ibraln-coufusor ran down
his throat. Had ho kept his mouth shut
he wonld havo escaped tho flno of $5,
that ho paid.
Anu Crano and Luoy Crano, mother
and daughter, were arrested for main
taining a house of Ul-famo In less quan
tities than a quart, and it being proven
to the satisfaction of the court that the
Bhameless parent andjohild were guilty,
a flue of $10 and costs was.charged to the
accouutofeaoh of them. In default of
payment they wero calaboosed, where,
for 16 days they will luxuriate on bread
Any Subscriber of; the 'Evening
Bulletin' falling to.recelve the daily issue
thereof, will please make it known at
theofflce. , lw
Asupply of Stouls lager peer Just
received at Louis Herbert's $5 Ohio
A Showlsg of FacU That ShealJ Xot be
1Otl sign W "
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A Hnvefltln em keflMkt orttoada mm
, ,Clrpilli;i April 17, W0
Dear Bulletin: While systematized
efforts are'being made to gather to our
city tho fruits of the commerce and pro
ductions of the neighboring states, we
are clothed about with a singular and
unaccountablo apathy In regard to our
own people, and tho Inhabitants of our
own county; and this very negligence
works to our disadvantage and cripples
all our efforts for distant trade.
Tho old and truo saying, "a child
must first crawl, then walk, then run,''
is not more truo than that a city rntist
first peddle, then retail and then whole
sale; mid when you show me, sinco
Adam, a manwho Jump6d tho two first
stages, I will show you a city which
never was a hamlet, nor a town, but
sprang full of life and ylgo'r from tho
prlmoval forests or tho broad prarics.
We, of Cairo, are not. satisfied to tako
our tottering way through tho first stage.
and gain strength, experience and Im
portance in the second; but boldly rush
from tho first and mnke a desperato ef
fort to overleap the medium stage, and
go forward with the giduts, when back
wo fall anil havo to begin again the first
Wo are now Hearing the end of tho
first stage, and let the past learn us that
'tis far better to take the second and im
prove it to our future advantage, than to
again make tho headlong rush. Let tho
wreck of the past, strewed around us,
servo as monitors and guides for the fu
ture. Let us learn to be a city of good retail
merchants and manufacturers, before we
again make tho effort to bo wholesale.
Let us walk carefully until wo stand
firm and erect, and by gcntlo Increaso
of speed, as our experieuco teaches us
we may safely indulge, we soon will
bogolngata velocity alike surprising to
ourselves and the world. Let us build
up In our midst tho retail market, and
then extend our stakes and lengthen
our lines, until wo unu ourselves a
wholesale city, with strength of head
and purse to maintain pur dignity.
We have had manufactories start un
der favorable auspices, and they failed,
and merchants open iheir doors and
cheerfully add hopefully cast their lot
with us, when, after years of heart sick.
ness lor hoj deferred, they close and
seek, with crushed hopes and shattered
fortunes, another habitation. '
row forall this tnero raum, bo a rea
son, and It 1 for the people 'who 'are1 1n
Cairo id have cost tbelclot. ,wlth her,'
through the public press to express their
opinion freely, and, in tho end, the .real
cause wjll be discovered -and must be
remedied. ' f
EOur general commerce Is, swelling to
grand proportions, and for months of
tho year nllarohney; butlcis'tlie qierl
odical flow which runs in conflncd'chan
nels and.vreop, rebitleHsy. by. aud
leaves all as before. What wp .need
is tho constant, datly sprinkling of
commerce, which keeps, Hko tho dews'
the vegetation constantly growing; and
not liko tho. floods to-day and scoroh
Inc sun to-morrow.
With our system or railroads finished,
wo will havo for,foreIgn commerce-, vary
advantage; and now let us turn our at
tention to tho Immediate neighborhood,
remembering that a country la great.ln
proportion to the magnificeuce of her
public works; and while she Is progress
ing In these, she is on the (highway U
eminence aud renown.
If Cairo la to attain the grand future
we hope for her, there must be systematic
and continuous efforts, all tending to the
one great end. If we are to build a
grand commorclal city hero, wo must
make it possible for people to get here to
purchaso and Bell, and In duo proportion
as we cheapen aud mako easy the com
munication, we invito and bring to our
marts the commerce we need. And the
first thing to bo done is for our county
court to employ some competent and
reliable engineer and, with him, devise
a system of public highways, with plans
and specifications that will reach to all
portions of our county, and keep them
permanently at the clerk's office, and al
low any portion of the county to havo
freo and full benefit of the laws to be
I would suggest that an aot of tho legis
lature bo had which will allow the county
to mako the following as a rule of action
concerning publlo highways:
Whenever ono mllo or more of any
public road in tho county of Alexander
shall bo graded, bridged or macadamized
according to specifications for that pur
pose, adopted by the court and now in
the hands of the road supervisors pt said
county, tho county of Alexander will
pay in her bonds, bearing 8 per cent, in
terest per annum, payable in 20 or 30
years, to the parties constructing any
such road, two-thirds of the actual cost
thereof the proportion to be paid by said
county in no case to exoeed threo thou
sand dollars per mile. Said bonds to be
delivered" upon the completion of each
mllo of said road, to the parties con
structing the same the county resolving
the exclusive control and management
of sad roads, ana the exclusive right to
'establish such tolYgates thereon and the
'rates of tole to beX collected thereof, aa
she may see proper under the provisions
of s aid act of the general assembly.
Provided, that the oontraots for build
ing said roads shall be first submitted to
tho members-of said county court for
! their approval or rejection.
Whan nnrnnuntv haa a well-devlsfld
and executed system of public highways
wa wlll hava a continuous' stream of
coaaercf ilowhg'to the pity and man
ufactories will not languish and die; but
grow with our growth, and tne fame of
tne city or Cairo will overspreau tne,
county of Aloxander as a halo, and both
will gro great together.
"Barrett's" took the Silver Medal.
.TfexJeaa EvarbtMl'aa" truwberry.
Extract from editorial in 'Western
Itural' of 16th of Anrll: At
"One of the editors of the 'Western
Rural' recently visited Dundee aud
Potcrsburgh, Michigan, where the Mexi
can Everbearing Strawberry has been
propogatcd for a number of years, for the
purposo of eliciting Information In re
gard to it. His inquiries as fur as prac
ticable, wero directed to disinterested
parties. The fruit has been grown by a
number of persons, some of them resid
ing at Dundco and others at Petersburgh,
merely for family uso. Wo wero Inform
ed that no plants havo been propogatcd
for sale, except In a single Instance, and
tlieso are owned exclusively by J. P.
Whltting fe Co. Tho testimony of every
one conversant with this fruit coincides
as to its characteristics. They agree that
It Is a prolific bearer, and bears through
out tho season from early June until the
snow file's of frost cuts tho vines.
Its continuous fruiting habit wns cor
roborated by every person wo questioned
about It, and among them a prominent
gentleman at Petersburgh, whom wo
havo known for a number of years, who
has no interest in It, and who would not
under anv circumstances misrepresent
It. 'The fruit represented by these par
tics, Is of good size, subacid, fine flavor,
flesh firm, seed prominent. Wo found
hills where trusses of decayed fruit, as
they stood when tho frost camo last fall,
attested Its lato bearing habit.
It is supposed by some persons, who
have very llttlo knowledge of It, to be an
Alnlne. Itmavhavo originated from
some ono or more of thoso varieties, butl
if tho habit or the plant anu tiio peculiar
ities of tho fruit are as represented, it is
not identical with any Alpine of which
we havo any knowledge, or described
by approved authors. In some particu
lars It may resemble the Bush Alpine,
l.. -A I -- it I .1 .. t ..... .. t .t.A .
UUl 111 UIU BI2U mill BIIBJfU Ul lire ""'1
and Its running habit, it Is entirely diff
erent from that variety. We aro not
prepared to say what Its origin was, but
its Introduction into this country Is cor
roborated by authority which, to us, Is
Ttie Tobacco Trade.
Messrs. Close & James are shipping to
Now Orleans to-day, one hundred and
fifty caddies of tobacco; to Memphis
twenty caddies. Upon these 170 caddies
they paid a governmemt tax of twelve
hundred dollars net cash.
There aro no two ways about it, Cairo
is an elligble point for the manufacture
and Falo of tobacco. In tho contiguous
portions of Kentucky and Missouri the
best tobacco of the Southwest is grqw.n,
aud excellent roads aro being dpened" for
Itscarty collection at Cairo. Tho South
is the market, and that market Is always
accessible, neither low vatcr nor cold
weather forming any bar -to easy com
munication. The world uses "Jrrott"o."
' TiTiic if cre"aBU of t"a!ro.
During the pasttwo'orthreo years no
chargo has beeu mado by tho proprietors
of tho Cairo wharfboats for receiving
and taking caro of freights for city de
livery. At all other point where there
aro wharfboats It is customary to make
a reasonable charge (or . such service,
aud in cities for skids, tarpaulins, etc.
We aro paying an Immoaso tax in
the way of license, wharfage, taxes, etc.,
unit flhd It actuallvnecesaary to avail
ourselves of every legltlmato mode to In
creaso our income to meet these and oth
er expenses, and we havo mutually
agreed that after May 1st, 1869, our
chnrgo on all freight received by us for
city delivery, will be fifty centa per tun,
with privilege of twenty-four hours stor
age, which we think will meet with the
approbation of all our customers who de
sire us to receive their freights and pro
toot their interests from damages arising
during transportation, etc.
Our gangways are at all times freo for
the transfer of freights from boat to lov
oo for thoso who prefer to recclvo their
J. M. Phillips, ,
Chas. T. Hlude.
Cairo, April 27, 1809. 3t
Fresh Mobile shell oysters Just received
at Louis Herbert's restaurant 85 Ohio
a 22 Ot
By buying yourgrooerioa of J. II. Motcalf,
who keopi a largo and iclcct stock of tho beat
family supplies, and soils cheaper than tho
cheapest, No. 331 Washington avenuo, op
posite tho court house. marOtf
Live and dressed Chickens always on
hand at 8. MIchelson & Brp.'s, 140 Com
mercial avenue, corner Ninth street. Or
ders delivered to any part of tho city.
Fort IJUt for the : lloura Kittling at
Two o'clock, r.
Ocn. Anderton. Colura.j W"i. White, Pwlucah
TalWman. Nashville Clifton, Cincinnati.
Hover, ljultTllle; 'j I . '
Mary lloiuton, Loulav'Ie. lroniMea, P tibura;.
Qulikitep. Evansville. "prner, Pittsburg.
MiMliilppI, N O , MlllAblelA0
Hello fit. fonts, St. LouU. P'smrck. NO
HAinos.NO Marble City; V cka,
ltublcoii, VK-UiburR. .
Gen. Anderson. Colum.; Wm. White, radneah; .
CllOon, Memphis. P,Te, bt- Lou'' !
Helle bt. Louis, Meiu. Irr?M.ldV .
Alaska. NO ' .M11',1l,!lp,pl'
Mary Houston, N 0 MoIllaAble,
ttuickstap. Kvaosvllle. MUnwek, , .
8 Horner, Natches. JJ W.
Rubicon, fil Louis. Marble City, "
The weather continues clear and beau
tiful, though rather warm.
Tho Mississippi and Missouri continue
The Ohio is falling Ills whole length.
Only six feet largo lsjnowjreported in the
channel at Pittsburg, and about seven
feet in the chuto over the falls.
The Cumberland Is falling fast
Hero the river has fallen two Inobe
slnco last report, and Is receding very
Business was very good yesterday and
and to-day. Thirteen steamers arrived
li"o yesterday, between 2 p.m. and 7 p.
m., and at times the whole river seemed
alive with steamers, us the Columbus)
packet; Cairo ferryboat and the two
team tugs used In our harbor for tow
ing, were all mixed In with Uie transient
vessels arriving and departing. Shortly
after the arrival of tbeevening'traln the
sceno was grand and beautiful, and dis
played an animated picture seldom seen
In any harbor. In fact we have never
seen it equalled except on a Saturday
evening at 5 o'clock in Now Orleans
when all tho regular packets, and gene
rally several transient, boats back out
simultaneously, looking as though a
mighty hurricane was sweeplng'all tho
boats out of tho harbor together.
Tho Tulisman brought out &S hhds to
bacco for reshipmctit to New York, per
rail; 158 ditto for New Orleans; fl ditto,
20 tons iron, 1000 pieces cedar timber, 28
rolls leather for reshipment to St. Louis,
nnd 6 tons sundries for various dentina
Tho Quickstep brought out 5 head beef
cattle, 15 pkgs merchandise for Cairo;
113 bbls potatoes, 19 rolls leather for St.
Louis; 75 bbls whisky, 3 hhds tobacco, 00
pkgs radso for reshipment south, and
was full of passengers.
The White brought 31 hhds tobacco
for New York; 12 ditto for St. Louis; 3
ditto for New Orleans, and 15 tons sun
dries for Cairo merchunts.
The Mississippi dlschargcdhero and at
Mod nd City 07 hhds sugar, 201bbls mo
lasses, 2035 bars R. It. Iron tho latter
being for tbo Cairo & VIncenns R. It.
The MollloAble disabled her larboard
wdeel above Memphis, backing out
nearly ono half tho arms In it, and is
completing her voyage on ono engine.
Sho discharged hero 30 bbls and half
barrals molasses, 110 bbls sweet potatoes,
C3 pkgs liquor, 70 pkgs sundries.
Tho Henry Ames discharged 12 crates
queenswaro here for Chicago.
Tho Bismarck discharged 125 bbls
The Houston received here about 30
tons poultry and merchandise.
AIHO AND PADUCAIL
The light draught riaktngr Steamer
jkdJ2Jf wm'. white; '
!. Y. .NOlITIIEn.N Matnr,
J. JI. UKVKitLV.. .Clerk,
Will make regulcr DAILY TlUI3 betw(ti.Cal?o onjl
raducah. leaving Cairo 'ctcry evening (Sunda)s ex
cepted) attire o'clock.
tin- White connects at Padacah wifl tlioNftw Orltana
and Ohio railroad, and the Cumberland ami Tennesieo
river packets, ....,.,,
I'or freishlWtasag0 ApMr on hoard, or to
M. J. Ul'CKI.EY, Agent,
In23dtf Cairo, lllidoli..
1?OK KK.T The liTen building on Ait, no,
" lately occupied by l'utkrr X Phillip and wm.
Winter. l'vMsiouKiai immrtlialejr.
aprlCdtf C. Vl.V!TON, No.74 phio I.CTao.
Kit MALE, UHBAP-New Cottage and three
jU, corner Locuatand Sixteenth ktreWi.
liurltJtf UUEE.N UlLIIKltr, Attv.s
ITtOIl MAL.E Thiee UeairaMn reshlences' at' bnr
1? muis. frbmtM JU1IN W. THOVEUACt).
WANTED-AlexanderCuinty Order,, at to cts.
and City Horlp at Meent on the dollar, for all
Kiniio of Lumber and liuilders' Materials.
W. W. THORNTON.
WANTED Alexander County Orders at 0 cents,
and School Orders at par, iu payment for Furni
ture, House Furnishing Goods, Queenswaro, etc., ete.
mill W5t 11. H. UAIUlELLi.
WAXTEU-Alexaoder County Orders at 60 cents,
and School Onlera at do cents, In payment for
board at the Ht. Charles Hotel.
nuriiuir jkwktt Wilcox aco,
Onesood "Sash" Sawyer and on
good "Jig 'Tiawyer. N'onotlutNo. 1 men need
apply. 1. WILLIAMS.
msrlOdlw Cairo City Saw MI'l.
PIANOS AND SEWING MACHINES.
J C. CAKSON,
Af eut for the kale of
PIANOS AND ORGANS
WOEJsXEK fc WILSON'S
IS o "VCr 1 xx K 3VX aolxixio .
1 with to inform the cltltena of Cairo and adjoining
country, that I am now
Flauos, OrcnuM, stud Wbcoler b W1Issa's)
Privilege of PurchttMc,
Rents deducted from tho nurcluue prico until paid in
All persons wishing Instruments or Sowing machines
Call and Learn Particulars.
Persons obtaining Instruments through my ageuoy
will obtain thorn at tho 'A
REGULAR ESTABLISHED PH1CES.
And will sara freights and tho expense of tuning for
EYERY MACHINE WARRANTED,
'. Terfeot Ineiery way,
For further particulars aud Illustrated circulars,
Address, ' -x- -
J. C. CARSON, n
' ciiao cm ( .
FORWARDING ASM COMMISSION
CAIRO TIIAXSFER COMPANY
Through mils of Luillnar Riven to all
Available Points liy llail or Water.
snrSl'ECIAL ATTENTION TO KOItWARDING.
QA11K) AIx'i;, NI'Y pHLUANS.
ATLANTIC AND MISSISSIPPI
COMPItOMISK LINE STE.LMERS
U 3D W O XI Xj B ii. 19
W. II. AUTIIUK. JONES, Master,
IJAIIY GAY ..11LI!K, Mauler,
niJTII..... - -PEflHAM.. Master,
IAUXiINK UAllllUlili-. II nr.. .nmirr(
itissMAHCIC I:NTRIKKN. Master
COMMON WEALTH CONLY, Mwter,
COXTIWEXTAIi .OREENOyflll Mait'r
THOMPSON II HAN ....rEN'KIt, Master,
MOT. LIE ABLE ..AULK, MaMer.
Comprising all tho finest and largest '. aioutof SI.
Ono of tlitfftboro lino of steamers
Will leave Cairo for New Orleans every
Connecting at New Orleans with Ocean Lino of fc'tcairs
IilTerpool, New York, Ilnston, nnd CJnlvcs
Pafsengers and Fhippors can rely on ono of the o
boats learlng Cairo punctually a above. .JJJIJPr
tiartlf ulsr ntlcntloti to all way froftthts Mow Mtmplili
loNewOneans. CILli T.fuND
Otllce, on Wharnmst. IMbllo Landing.
ED. V. BlfrfiON, P.nctit;er nnd Ticket Agent.
Office, nt St. Charles Hotel.
EMriUS A-ND ST. LOUIS
: iso. :
The following lloats iiompr!i.e this Lino and wll
run In the following orders
Arrlvo at Catro.lArrtvo nt Calnr,
11ELLK ST. LOUIS;
CITT OK CAIRO,
Tit esday, p jo Saturday 1 a.rrs
Thursdays p.rn Monday; 1 a.m
MHirU.1T, O p.IIl illUH., Mir
.Arrive at Cairo,
Arrlro at Culro,
CITY OF ALTON, UVdnd'y, 5 p.tn
Friday, 1 a.n
HUillCOlV, iTriJ-y, Sum
Sunday, 1 a.m
LUMINARY, j "
M.K. FOKSrTHj 'Sunday, S p.m
Connecting alSt. Lomawtfh .
Northerts Lino Packet Ciimimny, ,
Keokuk Packet Company,
Omnha Packet Co, n jinny,
and Various Ilnllroail Lines.
At Memphis with
Memphis niut Wlillo Itlver Pucket Co.,
Arkansas Itlver Packet Company,
Mcmplils sail Charleston II. It.,
and Mississippi A Tennessee II. It
Yaxoa Itlver Packets, and
Vlcksliurg anil Meridian Itnllroait,
Girlni through bllls tailing anil tickets to all arailflble)
polnu by rait or rircr.
CHAS. T. HINDE, Oonernl Asent.
(irtii'o on VhrMoL
El). F. SISSON, Ticket aud PansonKer Agent.
J-ASHVILLE AND CAIHO
xjk.cxLjav convex jTsrir
-I)AIL V LIE!-S8
ConatftlriK of tlio following
ploiidid pnssongcr steamers:
6IMS Master HAItl'EIt.-.. -..OerU
STRONO Master WOOL'S Cleric
HARMON ....Master WE.WER Clerk
OAVlfl Master LUVH ..Clcik
Maklncall Interinenlattitudincs. and clvlne special
attention to way business.
U1IA3. T, ui.iir., icncrai ,goni
dec21 '6Sd omco on Wharfboal.
MEMPHIS, WIIITE ItlVElt AND
U.NITKO STAT IiS MAIL LINE.
JOHN B. UAVIS, Sun't, Memphis, Tenncssoe.
Tlio splcndia sluo-whccl
MAYVI.OWEH, COMMF.HCIAI. uiiil
IiIUKllTV XO, A,
Leave Memphis every TI'ESPAY. THURSDAY and
HATUHUAV, at 6 p.m., for Whlto River, connectlngat
Utivail'a uiiiil wim tlio .Mcmpliw and Little Hock ItalU
roal for Llttlo Rock and Hot Spring. Timo from
Memphis to Llttlo Hock, -18 hours.
Freights and Passengers receipted over the nbovo
Line at lewer rates than any other route.
CHAS. T. HINDE, Agent, Cairo, III.
Otllco on WharM'oat.
VANSVILLE AND CAIRO
Consisting of tho followinti
plendltl Passenger Steamers? r
DUSOUCUET Master FOWLER ..Clerk
Leaves Cairo Sunday and Thursday at 5 p.m.r U
DEXTER Master Olt.VJfMEH... m.Ue)c
Leaves Cairo Tuesday and Friday at 3 p.m.
,VfU, A. LOWTH...Mastfr WUIGHT. CUrl;
Imtm CsJro Wednojdnv ml Riturdsr at 5 n.in.
i Makitutall intermediate landings, and paying par
ticulaiatUntiou te Packet Freights.
nas, i, mnur., uenoriu .went.
Office on Wharf.bc.