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FJilDAY, APRIL 30, 1800.
rUnLlMUKD II Y JOHN II, OIIKKI.Y & CO.
M. H. HAIIHKLL, AHSOCIATC IDITOIl.
Uuck beer and May wlno at tlio Casino
to-inorrov. five tl bic advertisement. '
t l.'hcre wamooly .one ppllcu.cao. .before
.Dishonor, "Qld pil)"),itliU forenoon,
ntiti (liuro was no money In that.
A letter from,Mr. Obarly ujlvJue ua of
his purpose to return trt Ctalrd'to-rrtorrow.
Huoh member of (do AHfoolallon ns do
int return via New OrleatiB will arrive
at the name time.
Residents o Jeiiursoii nvontio com
plain of noxious inilello-' ttlrit 'h'rlso from
neighboring siluugliter jen niitl cuttle
yard). A hint to the vise, In thn regard,
hhould prove Htiillclent.
An Ugllorrday UiaiTtho .'lOtfi day of
April, 18(0, lias uob-dlfdlgnrcd the year.
Biiln, rain, Ineetant rain, fr,oin 'Jnyllght
forward; citizen Hcudrilng around wet
and uncomfortable, and crinoline housed
and Indignant a
Tliotfuhllo'wi'r HlYilnrd 8jifor,iii Ohio
hovoe. Is furnished with the latest Ktyle.s
of tables, and the Imr Mipplled with the
most excellent lhjuortt. Free lunch la
rptMid everyday at (ih.iii. and 10 p. m.
Price's criuni baking powderti for sale
at (J. D. WHIIitm-oiis. They pay for
theti)MlvH In the living of Miorienlng,
milk, (.Kirn, .spoiled bread, and the
trouble and expeiihe of itrootirfuir good i
yeasL 'try them. apllUdw
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St. rm rich's ViMn vnIrnt Nelely.
The member of the above society will i
remember that the annual election of of- '
llcers for the ensuing year will take place j
on next .Sunday, May 2d, at 2 o'clock
p.m. They are therefore requested to j
fill. mil tiii.ifv mi 1 1 1. T. T lliriti. '
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ap'1 at Secretnry.
It lit a noticeable ftiol.lliut. ull.lhe best
looking women IhNt,own, n well un. all
those who have not reached an "unccr-
Ixing trails, with expensive orJnnllno,4
form a bure indication that the wearer,
Iim cjuj'iy uiiklcviiI'lMfc' l't'' I
' LUlitNiiir. i - ,i
Have your lives and property. A.
Kroner Is agent for the copper scroll light
ning rod company and will fill all orders
promptly. Cull tit oncei and huvo them
put on your buildings. This Is the best
and safest rod nbw tiiatle-' XlioponCoin ,
merclal a'L'ilU'b;'betveen Kloventh and
Twelfth street. apll'IdUm '
're Jlarrett'i!," and no other. j
If you want a good Move, or tin ware;
hollow-ware, copper or sheet-Iron wurr!
tin roof, gutter, or' anything Iti that line,
'call on A. Fmser.-C'ommerolHl-tm'nWi'
betoqn EleVijnU aiiil Twelfth street,
where he has moved to, and Iltted up the
largest and puut complete shop In
.Southern Illinois. '
Particular attention given to steam
boat and thill HrV,0'lrtpor smithing
uud sheet Iron work, such as chimneys, i
1rcecher ejcajihig s(eam-i)lprie)c.
1 no Vuiiur Lulli lnurc4t-ljr tUf.Kx
iliMMn'r M lnni." '
Mr. "Kinney's two'daugliters wero tpilte
badly burned, a night or two ago, .by
tho explosion of a coal oll(lamp. They,
were in tho act of replenishing the lamp
with oil while tho wlok was burning.
In an inMant tho Ilame commuulcated
to the oil and threatened for the moment
tho iuobt serious consequences. The
young ladles are not duugeroutdy ill-
Jured, hut Htirtlcleritly burned to adiion,
Ish them that coal oil Is not harmless
aud uon-explitjlvo as many suppose It
A Hwl Dor. "
Iklt. vtning Bulletin: Whl'c walk
ing through tho negro tpiartersyesterday
afternoon, I saw a party of negro nibn
trying to catch u mad dog. I am conll
dent tbv dog' wa inad, as he was run
ning and snapping ut everything that
carue in his way, and whlto froth was
oozing from his mouth. I did not learn
whether thedog was killed or not.
I remarked! (hut nearly every negro
family living In the quarters keeps at
least three dogs. In vluw of our danger.
I would advise every citizen to resolve
himself into a dog , exterminator, and
commquce tho slaughter. Our danger Is
very great. You re, etc.,
' A.' M. MUI.KN.
April 29, 1809.
I'nfiit ll'll-rlii;ix . ppariitils,
Ji'ii. JJvcnlny SMullclin'.Oix tho ar
rival of the U, H, Steamer Octavin, qulto
a crowd of Steaniboatmen were drawn
to tho lovee by her accountable man
overing. She was. pearly half an hour In
landing, aud cumo very nigh muklng a
general bmash of things when eho did
An explanation of her rcmurkablo
antics was soon found In the presence of
a "calliope bell-rlngliig apparatus," rig
ged on tho hurricane deck, forward of
the chimneys, and 'played by tho Captain
for the engineer to dance to.
Upon thin patent bell-ringing idea I,
uh a eteambpatman, feel myself
competent to suggest an
improvement; the less bells you ring for
thcengineer the better. Lot there bo a
pilot house with a pilot In It; compel
him to do all tho engine hell ringing;
and as my. grandmother aud Bhak
speareused to say; "lfdt-isdo-be-done
lot-H-be-doiie-qillckly" tho "old way Is
tlio best,' for (hen epicure digestion,
is oompreheuttivo. . Yours,
IIiiiiKrra.au or dm Vre AsuoclMtlun.
Bradsby, of tbo Effingham 'Democrat,'
poura hot Tiot Into the dead beat? and'
Interloper; who. updulyi welled the Pre"
Association, on tho occasion of lt visit
to Cairo. Ho says:
Out of two hundred and Ilftyedltore
no-culled who wero guzzling tho pco
plo's wine, eating their brood and meat
and receiving their lavish hospitalities,
. there, wnrp. urobably one hundred and
UTty nona nao coitonj, nnu me rumuinuer
were "greasero" und "deud beats" who
shouldTiavp been kicked out of tho pres
ence of tbo society br tdmbled Into tho
river as one of tho first official, acta of
the Hoclety. Every scouudrelly dead
beat In the 8tnte, apparently, who want
ed to rldo free from Chicago
to Mobile and return and feast upon the
fat of the laud, had rung himself In as
an "editor;" and wo noticed editors
standing' back while1 these shameless
scalawags got drunk upon free wine and
gorged themselves at the banfmet tables.
These wretches, of course, made them
selves oU'eiisively conspicuous on all oc
casions, and thoroughly disgusted people
wherever they went and this odl-'l
urn the press of course has to bear. .From
what we saw of the crowd, there seemed
to be no class of people who were not
ready to degrade themselves Into leeches
aud sponges upon the organization for
,ho free wine, free viands, and free rides
upon railroads und steamboats. From.
CcutrahJIIinois wo noticed bun kern and
bankers' sons side by side with gamb
lers and regular cbovalles d'ludustrlo
complacently making themselves at
home In the crowd In fact we noticed one
of the oldp"t residents oi SprJugtleld, X.
V. Kdwawls, wealthy, stingy antl seltlsh,
sponging not only his own way but alfu)
that of some lady friend, the daughter,
we understood, of another wealthy citi
zen of Hpringlield, and this man neither
has now or ever had even a remote con
nection with the press of Illinois not so
mm h us to subscribe and pay for a paper.
To feed and wine and Irve ride these
shameless (scalawags !s an outrage that
should bring humo to the cheek of every
decent editor In the State.
Tho world lives ''H.irrottV."
..j . .
f'lri (tils .Morning Hit "ll Itookerltn
About three o'clock this morning
lire broke out In un empty, two story
frame rookery occuplug lot live fl, block
20, cKyJ'tifid1 had edared considerable
lieud way before tho arrival of the fire
men, which, considering the hour, was
prompt. Tho Humes spread both ways,
Involving an obi, two story frumo on lot
0, belonging to Messrs Kastman t Priest,
A two story frumv on ot .4, beh ngln to
CJeo. V. Kenrlck, the two one story
frames on lots ,1 and 2 and tho old two
story fruuio on Jot 1, belonging to Mrs.
Amelia Peeler. Thus six buildings, four
two story uud two onu story frames,
were burned to the ground.
All these buildings were far advanced
in the process of decay, that of Mrs.
Peeler, lelng tho third or fourth building
erected in Culro under tho present uur
spices. Four of them were occupied by
negro families, and It is said the reur
chll drfhe buUdlrHr" !n"rh1eli"tho fire
rcnught-had -beon-occupied --during tho
pujtjwo aySjbiV.htrangeM. , A'ho wiiole
property ""destroyed ' lul "tyl.Hore to
the city, and no one seems to. regret its
lois. There was not a cent of Aisuranco
uiKin any of It Tho occupants loit u con
siderablo . portlou of their (rumpery,
amounting altogether to about luQ.
The brick building on tho corner, be
longing to Mr. PoterSmlth, was slightly
damaged. The Itnugh and Ileadles and
Arabs did splendid wftrk, orv it, too,
would have becnlnvolved in 'tho ruin.
U was Ifio only valuable n&lidlng imper
illed. Mr. Hmith had no Insuraiico.
.-y'lio v.ao,of tho lire U. unknown, but,s
oliurged to tho carelessness of parties
who were said to bo lodging iu tho va
cant shell on lot five.
Au Alrxaniler County Utia.
Notwithstanding tho fact that there Is
Iiota footofMacAdamitediroud In Alex
ander county, wo nevertheless have a
'farm oY (wo tlia't will fcrtrririare with tho
biggest and best in tho State. One of
these is owned by Thomas J. McClure,
aud in situated clilefly In Clear Creek
township. Ono of our exchanges states
that Tom wn offered ?tf),000 fbrlhis farm
and appurtenances, by tlifco brothers
hailing from Indiana. HoaHed 592,000,
and as the boosters would not raise their
bid to that uuin "there was no trade.
Tho wheat crop now growing Is worth
atleast$10,000;nnd about $12,000 worth of
last year's corn Is still on hand. But
"what's tho good" of all this; 'Torn ac
tually feels himself poor, andthlnks (hat
ho Is continued to work hard from year to
'yea'r to make "both means eat."
There are uventeon persons In the cala
boose paying the penalty of 'their mis
deeds. Of these, fivo are whlto males,
five negro raon; three negro women aud
six whlto women. Tho won aro mado
servlcenblo on tho streets. They are
driven to work not by tho fear of a shot
gun or bludgeon, but by a knowledgo of
tho certainty Unit Juzliics.4 will bo pun
Ished by a decreuso of rations,
suit Is ' they keep themselves
Ily buyingyourgrocerloi of J, JI. Metcalf,
who keeps h largo and ulect stock of tho best
family Mipplius, and toll, cheaper than tho
clienpeat, No. 334 "Washington avenue, op
posito tho court lmiuo. , murStf
"Jlurrett's" . Golebrated JTair Itestora-
Theltadicals of Congress, during tho
lastsesslon, expended about two hundred
thousand, dollurs directly in oxoluding
members regularly and legally elected
to seats in that body, thereby securing
to themselves such a majority as they
hoped would erialilo thoin to appropriate
millions without tho duiiger of deteotiou.
r FtQfih &Joblo,8hpl5 oystqrs just received,
at 'liouls Itcrbert'H Vcstaurant' 85 6h(o
Port Lint for the Ifonra Emllng at
Two o'clock, P. M.
I'- ' r, ,a n
Oen. Atidcrion. Oohiin.i W.n.Wlilto, rarlucnli;
Comtiionwpnltli,Ht. I.oiiib. MurBrwln, Mltln Kock.
City of Cairn, ArinivlK, KrAtiavlllc.
Silver flproy, ' Hwallovr, M. 0.
.MitrMr City, MujjiiU, N. O.
F!gal Tcrnler, " Hon Aeconl, Jtotroroll.'
Hliurnrock, Ciui-lutiutl. HaUlc, l'lttnl.urg.
Morv DuvftKe, Pittntjiirg.
ficn. AnJt't'jn. Colum.: . J';n. W'Mlf, r'luculi:
Mry Krwlfi: CIi-liiHHlli:'itltmnweltli, ., o.
SlUprHiiroy, " 'Initio. N. O.
HwhIIow, Ciiyof Cairo. Memphu.
Arina-lH, Kvnnvllle. Hon Accorl, St. I.011I1.
Magenta, fit. Lotiln. Hhnmrook. Ht. I,r,nl.
Mury DiTag, Hi. Loufx.
The weather is moist very. A heavy
rain fell during several hours this mor
ning, and ocquslonal showers have
occurred at Intervals hliice.
The Mississippi is still rising very
slowly at 8t. Juls, and Dubuipi.o tho not
exceeding three Inches per day. Tho
Missouri remains low.
The Ohio Is falling Its whole length,
but, considerable ruin Is reported at Pitts
burgh. The channel depth at that city
Is reported at 5 feet large, wl(ile their Is
only six feet large in tho chute over tho
h TheClnlb'erlaVld,, is' : Vailing rapidly
with only ten feet on' Harpeth Shoal1?.
Here the river has fallen only three
Inches since last report. The decline is
Tho Commonwealth , was so deeply
laden 11 1 at. she refused freight here.
The Whlto brought outh lihds tobacco,
forr'shipmeiit to Now York per rail, 25
caddies tobacco for points uloiig I U. It.
H 32pkgs beer and sundries for Cairo.
170 bundles plow beams and spokes, 2
lihds, 1 half hlnls tobacco fur tit. L mls,
.'9 bbls whisky for Memphis.
Tho Cumberland returned from Me
tropolis, being behind time, and reslilp
pod her Cairo freight on the White. She
was caught In a young hurricane and
hall storm at Cascyvlllc, but sustained
very little damage. Capt, Lowth had
his hands beaten so .seriously by hall
stones, while holding 011 to u hog chain
to keep from being blown overboard,
that they are swollen to twice their natu
ral size. The (rack of the hurricane
was about a milo whio, und although
trees were blown down in some places,
we have heard of no serrlous damago.
.The Artna-la brought out a flno trip
last eveulng. She had M pkgn for Cairo;
1,134 bags wheat, 1 7' bbls sweet potatoes
for .St. Louis; 313 bbls Hour and meal. 8u
bundles paper, 50 pkg sundr!c"s for re
The Mageiiia, discharged 70, package
lemons, wine and sundries here, lor re
shipment to Nushvllle uud Chicago'- '
The AUjjv-CJty dbharged several
tons "sundries here, and received about
30 tons produce for below.
Tho White, Capt. Northen, leaves, for
Paducah this evening.
Tho'QutoktbMUipt. Dexter, is the
regular packet for Kvatisvillo this even
ing. Tito Marble City, Capt. Jaok. Carter, Is ,
the regular .packet for Memphis uud
Vicksbdfg thl-i evening.
"Uurrett's" took the Kllvur j'edul. ,
C.rioit Ms n Xt'KOltiilor.
Dana, to whom Grunt tendered a few,
I.HVrt ni'n tint nniiraUnrnliln (if tin, nnrf nf
2s ew lork, says:
Tho tftory Is that when Ulysses was a
boy," old man Grant said to him one day:
"Ulysses, get on that horse and ride
him down to neighbor Illauk's, uud tell
him that I want to swup horses with
him. . Hero Is fifteen dollars. Tako that.
Swup e'veh If you can, iiinl If not, otfer
lilm mteen dollars to 0001."
Ulysses mounted, aud whether he
"tauglit jJavo to pace" on the way or
not, wo are not Informed. But, arriving
at tho place of destination, ho found
neighbor niuitk, uud delivered himself
"Father sent mo down here to trade
horses with you. lie told mc to swap
even 1 you wow, ami ij not, to offer yni
mteen lumar to oo-Jti"
A brilliant youth, was Ulysses, truly.
"Harrett's" most efficacious. ; -
Two Roy Commit MulclU.
from the I.t wiitiwn, 111., Union, VS.
On Monday morning last, about seven
o'clock, the citizens of our neighboring
town, Vermont, were thrown Into a state
of consternation by the announcement
that Charles Harris, son of J. H. Harris,
of that place, a lad aoout eleven years
old, had committed suiciuo ty Hanging
himself with a halter in the loft of his
father's bam. No satisfactory rcasou is
given for tho act. It is stated that he
bocamo qulto angry wjth 1,1s brother for
Bomo trivial cause, and that under tho
inlluencoof passion ho might have com
mitted tho deed. He had never given
ovldenco of any tendency to insanity,
yet It seems hardly possible that a sound
mind and strong reason should bo do-
pecially in ono so young. Scarcely hud
tho startllusr effects of this sad act quiet
ed down, than it was rumored that
lthodes Kinney, about fourteen years
old, and living In another part of town,
had committed a like deed, by hanging
himself with a strap fastened to un iron
rod In his father's stuble.
Ho had seon young Harris after his
death,' and when lie went to school, told
his school-fellows tho fact that ho in tond
ed to do tho samo thing In tho afternoon.
Accordingly after dinner ho put his de
claration Into execution. Ho is supposed
! to havo hung for three hours. When
loiuiu no was cum mm mm. au ciiusu is
assigned for tho doed.
Theso two suicides committed on tho
samo day, cast a general feeling of gloom
and sadness through the town, "Which
was felt by ull. The boyH wero of highly
respectablo families and a doen sympa
thy will be extended by tho .citizens to
tho bereaved parents and friends.
We have failed to notice tho demise of
tho New Orleans 'Crescent' -which oo-
J ourred a;fewjdays since, having been
mergeu into tlio Jiew urieaiiB 'Xlmes,'.
Colonel Nixon, its former" editor, Is now:
associated with tho 'Times'
The Now York 'Imperialist' Is to havo
a Memphis ally on and ufter Saturday
next, under tho'styie uhd tttlo of tho
Southern; Imperialist. "Let us havo
peace." ' J
Eight velocipedes, decked with Ameri
can Hags, rattled over the streets of St.
Louis tho other day, advertising "buck
beer" for an enterprising saloon keeper.
There are only about 3,5Q0 bules of cot
ton now lu tho Montgomery (Ala.) ware
houses, tho smallest quantity ever known
at this season of the year.
Any Subscriber of tho 'Evening
Bulletin' falling to receive the daily Issue
thereof, will please make it known at
tho office. lw
Eareluy Brothers Barrett's agent.
Culro, Illinois uplG-dctwlw
1AIKO AND PADUCAH
33 ily 3Po.olx.ot.
The lixlit draught pai'MMigf f fctarner
! .-jJCtLS WJf. WIIIT15,
It. V. NOItTIIEUN Miutcr,
J M. lli:VKItlT ..CIerk,
Will niAkf ffguler PAILrTnUMlictirfoatiiiroMia
l'.i lij. nli, l.iritfi( lro rvry ' evening (riiltKlHj-H ox-
cpt?li atllro'iloolf. ...
Tlit whitecounc-cM W I'odanali win tlippit OraiAns
inl Oliio rii'lr-wl. nnl lli' C'tniilrlinil tucl T"niif-"!
nvrr packet, ....
if. J.iatKI.KV, Agent.
Iin21ltf Cairo. Iliinoi".
I. 'nit t:i:T.-Tlio U'e- lu'l :mi; on Ui 6, U.S.
J' lMt-ly if ciij.i-i !- I'Rfkt-r Phillip mul Win.
iiiii.r. I'oniniim Klvi-a iininnllnti'i)'.
aprlultf c . WI.N-TO.N, .No. Tl Ohio Lew.
I?tlt .S.Vt.H. CIIUAP-N'W Cottnga t.t thrcu
I' i.t.,-.rnrl0-uitari'l ixWnth utrf-ct.
nurlAltf llllKK.V.t OH.UBKT, Attv.
llfAXTEO-Alexander County Ordrrn, at wi ct.
V mul toy 'rip nltiieenta on tho dollar, for all
kui'ln of I.umbtr unl llaihlcrt' MnlrrmU.
writ 1-ttt W. W. TIIOIIXTOV.
AT 1? A 3ft !
I'OJt H A t.E-On French Hiurffrirn Mill fur erlnJ
ing meal, unil onrfrulicr forKrindlnfiecl for atouk ;
nlxi n large lot of lumber niir alt wnoil, for vciilth I
will tnl-.o city icrip. connty ami whool arrant at
I'AIt. W. M, WILLIAMS.
ailw ' OalroOltr.';aw Mill.
ItKKKWAKT, OKTH k CO'S
' AHJ pnrolio Umltinif J
Stovo of tlio K7" o m
f''f iiiky tit boattinciUKf ' tteatinj. Store- 1-
uu f.t. imuu. ai-o acompivioatiuriinent ui
Tlmvnre, llollow-Wore, A.C, tc
Mutmfju tutera of CuttrrinKand Ilnoniig.
. Our nnltn if ntU Sinle atnlHmall t'raflto.
dfettifaction Kfautei'l In every inun.'e.6B
CA1 KO OITVY HOOK III KDKH-Y.
M .IKCCS SILVKHIIEUC,,
ill '. M";n ill
, . I!!auk Hook Maiiiifiicturcr.
No. 73 Onto Lkvkk, CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
nplTfiS.ltf ' ' ;
A Clergyman, while retMins in Hottth Amerlcn as a
miiiion&ry, discovered a rafc nml flmplo remedy fur
thc.vurc t)f 'crrou Wcftliuem, Early P.cy, Dincase
of the Urinary ami Seminal Organi, and the whole train
of duorJtr) Unupht ort by tonel and tlclotu habfti.
Great numberi havo been cured by lhl nobln remedy.
I'n jijlodhy a dealre to U'nctlt tho afflicted and un
fnnnnl, 1 will xend tho redirm for prriarini and
u-iing this medicine, In n aealt-d rnTloMt, to any on
lto needt, rare or f Hiicr. Adilrfm.
JOnKI'H T. INMA.V,
tutlun I). HI tie tlou-e,
MICHELSOX & BBO.,
i " X
Trull, Vegetables and Country Produce
Wholesale and lietull,
No. HO Commercial Atrntie, corner Ninth riireet,
Orders filled with dl'pat'h, and dIUcr.l la any
Krt of Ihecity ; choice butter alwaya on hand, hleiwu
aptTtf M. MICHKUS.
rjlHKCAIKO KVF.XING I1ULLKTIN.
Adrertice everything you have to tell nmk0 kuovni
your bivlnef. .i-i 4n -i-
,' j ;t'C i - i I
.. t Hum tijliMtifaW , "
An opportunity to do thj at lower raltts win never
preiented in the city ''
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IN tllOBSTqJf8 BWOK jjtWU.
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QIIAS. T. B1N.DE,
FOmVAIUHXfJ AND COMMISSION
CAIItO TKAXSFKIl COMPANY
Through HI1U ot liitithiK lve n to all
Avnlln'-'' t fi lij'Itfiit orlVnter.
wvrJ-l'ECI.U, ATTKNTION TO JOUWAUniNO.
tAlllO AND XKWOltlKANS.
T t - e.
ATLANTIC AMI MlSSISSfl'PI
S 'I' I : A .Iff K I r I P O 7i t P A X Y
coMPKOMiSi: iiixE sTiijrints
O 33. 3j 33 jCiL 2X J3
W. It. Alt'I II In- HNK, MnUr,
I.ADV (JAV Ill'rtK, later,
IttrTII, . . I'KHItAM. JIntir,
I'.Vl I.I.Vi; c .iiciu'i.ii ill r, jiaaier,
IIIS.11 A IK IC
. UNTtilKfLV. Mii.ler
omvi: mt . .veil
.. n'.r:it., ilmnfr,
. .JOM& Mnxler.
31 0 M. IK AIHil:
Cimpr.-in, 't' rh" S and lrt boat int of Ht.
One of tlio ..pove line of ionniur
Will leave Cairo for Tt'ew Orleaiii cery
Counei ting at i' w Oi . una with IKrenn I An of r.uwn
I.lverpool, Xvw Yorlt, Koitoii, nnit fSntvc
rnM'ni'r and -luppot can rely on one of Oien
bout Iwitrina tn'r' pmunially o njiove. Will toy
t articular attention to all war frelchta below Motnphlt
to New Orle.m. Clt.vVr. HINDIS,
Oeiieritl Aitent, Cairo,
' r, on Wlnirriaint, PilUie Iiutdiai;.
HP. P. S-'ISN, raeiu:ernnd Tlelo t Agent.
Office, at f I- Clu.tle Hotel.
KMPHIS AND ST. I.OUIS
: ism. :
The fallowlnn IWwtn eomprUe tin Mnn and tlH
nin In the followlnt: order:
MHMrillH PACKETS '
'ArirTTe at Otii'ro.'Airiveat Cairo,
llonU. iiowk. t tr.
JIKLLKfiT. LOfl-i, iTneday,6i.ini.ur.layl t.m
CITY OKCAlttO, tThnrday.i p.ni Monday. 1 a.m
Malln, Ma'ter; ....
UEI.L1: Jtl'sil'lllsf, iftituphy. 5p.m Ttittr., 1 a.m
Crane, Matter l ,
tArrf u at CiilioJArrhn h! Cairo,
ClTV OK AI.TO.V, JW'Hml'y, H .!
Frliky, 1 a.m
.irUIIT. iilllUTJ i . '
.MAK1II.K t--TV. j " " ,
i .Mniteri t
ItCMCO.V. frMer, S pon
lllake. Ma-ler: 1
Conuar. Mattvr;. ,
M. FQItorTH, fun lay. 6 .m'
ftiwlaf, 1 n m
Connecting at St. I.ounwh
Xorlliern Mil" I'arltrt Conip.my,
KroUuk I'ncUrt Coiupmi)-,
Hninhn I'achet Comimiiy,
and Vnrloit Ilnllronit I.lnei.
AtMemphm with (
.MrmjiJiU nml Wlilte ltlri' Packet Co.,
Arknnunx lllvrr I':trket Coiupuny,
3tciiiilil mul Chai li'tiiii It. It.,
and ,MIli.lppl A- Tciittciikee It. 11
At Viektbut k wll
Yaxoo Itlvtx' I'nrkrta, and
Vlcknlmrj; nml 3Irrlillnii Itnllronrt,
Oivin: throuith lull- MirK and ttalietn tonII HrllAl)
iiointa by raft or rl
IIHAS. T. HINDIS. Ct neral Aeent.
ED. F. Slii-ON, 1.. kt I ,.ikI PawiiKer Agent.
JTASIIVILLE AD CAIP.O
- 'f&Ttr, Ciinnhtlng of tho following
Erriifer'iK'nill'l imiuriKor Htcamors:
SIMS Mn-terl IIAIII'KK Ouk
6TIIONO ..Muter WOODS Clt tk
... Jlaler 1 WIvAVIHt....,
DAVIS ... Mauler DAVlij .XJuk
Mr.klngall itileriiini.it1Sjnillii, and alriliK kji-owl
oiieuiitui to wn) mmni'in.
CIIAS. T. HINDK, Utiorid Aceut
Orticn oh vvharfboat.
j i,.ui uiii, n ii 1 1 j. ni v nn ivrtJ'
Lm tifri iimii'Pi? unrLMi i m
iai i i4t. iun;tv
CMTKD .-TATiy MAIL L1N1S.
JOIIX D. I.i li, Stiii't, Memphis, Tennessee.
. rT. Tlio aplonillil fldo-whool
j;p , PASSK.N'I.KU STKA.MKItS
MAYFIiOVKlt. ftM'3M:itCIAl, anil
I.1IIKUTY No. M,
Leave Memphln every Tt'ISHPAV, niyiDAY and
KATl'ItDAY. a a ii.m., for Whlto itiver, conneetiri;at
Duvall' Hint! r ; Memo hi and Little Hook lull
roml fur Llttlo Hih-Ic and Ifot Hprinuii. Time from
Memphis to l.ittlo Itouk, IS hour..
KrclKhts and liut.eutri m-vlpiod ner theatova
Line at Ibucr rates than imv other route.
CHAC. T, HINDI.', .zvut, Cairo, III.
OlUoe on W'harr-boat.
VANSVILLE AND OAUtO
Coii6lstitiK of tho followlnt
Siili'inllil PasM'iigcr Steaiuurs:
DUSOUOHET Staitcr KOW LKIt Cfc ih
Learec Cairo Sunday and Thuraday at S p.m.
DI-CTKK.- Master Clt.VMMKIt...' ..CUk
Leavei Cairo TdeoJuy aud Krtday at S p.m.
WM. A. LOWTJ...Ma.A.r W'HIOHT. ....aik
Leaves Cairo Wcduvjday and SuturJuy at S p.Qi.
L Making all intermediate Undines, and paying pajr
OtiArf. T. HINDK, aeneral Agent,
' ' Oatiu on Vlutf-U.