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Mfo Evening fjullcthu
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HATUKDAY, MAY 1, 1809.
rjJIIMSnKI) II V JOHN It. OlIEItLY CO.
M. II. 1IAHIIKI.L, ABSOOrATK V.DITOIl.
Any Subscriber 6f . tho AEvonltiK
DulluUn' failing to receive tlto dally Issue
thereof, will please make il kuown ut'
B"Harrett'8", Celolirated , Ifajr ,Bestoru-
tive. ,,,,, , , ,M m
Monty Ha veil!
Hy buying yourgroccrlea of J. JI. .Mctcnlf,
who keeps n large antl'aclcct stock of 'tho best
ffttnlly Mippllua, and Kill? nlpor , tbnn tlio
uhonpeat, No. 331 Washington hvenuu, op
pojlto tho court lionise. i marttf
Slierlfl'Myers Is under lock und key-itt
Uio Work of making put his list oftleliii
quent tux puyoro. The list this year will
beumiHimlly largo, tho oxt'romo scarcity
of money compelling our people to avail
themselves of the last possable duy of
The very attractive, varied and ulrictly
seasonable Htock of tlryJgootls, notions,
etc., Just opened at GoMnUiio & Ilonun
water's, has not been mirpussed by any
purchaio brought to tho (Jnlro iiinrkct
during tlio heahon. Ladle, tapcc'iully,
will be pleased with it. luyltlHt
Hurcliiy HrolliPi-i. J
Tlic advertisement. of Measrs. IJarclay
Bros fum undergono changes of which
the rwi'ler t-liould promptly advisoi him
-elf. AVe huvo known Ignorance of Just
such facw as these gontlcmeu publish In
the 'Bulletin' to-day, to cost a man his
life. Therefore, refer to Barclay Bto'h
advertisement and become posted.
Vnn Cunt Pay Your Tuxft .
I'ntil ufter Thurlay morning nt-xt,
ii3 thuolllcoof the Sheriirwill be closed
from this day up to that time.
From and after Thursday tho collector
will bo mi hand as usual;;
May 1, 1609. L. II. MYEIU,
KhcrlfTand Exofllclo Collector.
Tho world u.oa "Ilarrett'a." ' . .
Hi. 1'r.lrlck HrnovulrMt NorU-ty.
The members of the above society will
remember that tho annual election of of
ficers for the ensuing yearwlll take place
on next h'unday, May 2d, at 1! o'clock
p.m. They are therefore requested to
attend punctually. L. J. IByknk,
np29 3t , Secretary.
Italllr uuU JLtinrli I i.ul;lil.
Tho linn trotting animal formerly own
ed by Mr. Garland will bo rallied for at
W alker it Hihsoii'h this evening betw
ami 3 o'clock. The- subscribers sh
AtUo'clocknri uluifitiii hm.h win W '
spread, ndpa the proprietors rec
r' "V 1
hub iiiieriiuijii a uirgo supply or Jompe's
famoiKftt. roiils Riick bl-trlt Is expected
that there will bo a largo turn out.
Everybody N Itlvltetl nnyhow. Y"it
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IOOO Mntvlrrry IMrlitrx.
Wchave'bVon rC'iutlfptl 'to say that
frm oOO to 1,0 strawberry pickers can
procure employment, at tiuhilen,. from
May 20th to June 20th. Such nrcAwkrarUl!uwhero., , ,
win ue pam as 10 enanio good pickers to
make good wagw. 'It wontd bo udVisublo
for the planter there to adVertlM thylr'
wants In this regard, adding some assu'
ranco as to tho price of board, etc.
There was not n single case boforo tho
pollco courts up to 2 o'clock today.
Mr. J. II. Metcalf's grocery storo,
caught II ro from tho lluo this morning,
but by prompt exertion tho lire was ex.
tlngulshed boforo it Inflicted much dam
ago. A serious conflagration was thus
"nlppou in the bud."
Col. S. S. Taylor will return from St.
Louis this evcnlulng.
Tho Pretis Association are expected to
arrive by tho Anderson this p.m.
The business card of Mr. C. W. Green
may be found in another column. Mr.
Green deals very extensively lu Hour,
and enJoyH facilities that enablo him to
competo successfully with St. Louis,
EvansvllloorClnclnnatl. He has Immense-utorngo
room, perfectly dry and
secure, and being eligibly located, ho can
serve parties having produce, etc., to
sell on commission, In a manner that
will prove entirely satisfactory. Ho suc
ceeds tho well-known houso of Fallls,
Green AT Co.
To Tim MrrrcliantN of 'hi-i.
During tho past two or three years no
charge has been made by tho proprietors
of tho Cairo wharfboats for receiving
and taking caro of freights for city de
livery. At all other points whero there
are wharfboats It is customary to make
a reasonable chargo for Bticlf 'service,
and In cities forsklds, tarp:uillns,'etc.
"Wo aro paying an immense tax in the
way of license, wharftigo, taxes, etc.,
and Und it actually necessary to avail
ourselves of every legitimate modo to
increase our Incomo to meot theso and
other expenses, and wo havo mu
tually agreed that after May 1st
18C9, our chargo on all freight re
ceived by us for city delivery, will , bo fif
ty cents per tun, with privilege of twenty-four
hours storage, which wo think
vlll meet with tho approbation of all our
customers who desire us to receive their
freights and protect Ihelr Interests from
damages arising during transportation,
Our gangways aro at all times freo for
the transfer of freights from boat 'to
leveo for those who prefer to-recoivo
their own consignments.
' Ohas..T; Hfnde.
Cairo, April 27, 1809. f
'Rarrott's" most elllcacious. .
Tile Cairo A Ht. I.ouU Itallrond Company.
Tho dlreclors'o'f Ihls dohlpaiiy held n
meeting In tit. Louis oh Thursday. Tho
liveliest confidence iii the early con
struction of tho road was expressed by
those fully cognizant of nil the facta sur
soundiog It. Its. completion within tho
period of two, and n half years is con
sldered as quite assured.
As has beeii the case from the start
there fs ft c'onterft as U thd route of tho
road, whether it Hhall go by way of Belle
vllle, thence through tho northwest cor
ner of Randolph county, or by way of
Caliokitt, VatorIoo, Bed Binl.and thenco
through the Center df Randolph county.
The distance over both the routes being
about thoVamo, the directors havo con
cluded to bo governed, in a grea treasure,
by tho amount of substantial aid extend
ed. In this behalf tho directors settled
upon tho following preamble and reso
lutions: Whereas, In addition to tho SOoO.000
already subscribed to the capital stock of
this company by counties and cities, It
is necessary to procure ndltlona! nub
Kcrlptlons to the amount of $.'550,000, to
perfect arrangements for tho prompt con
struction of the road; and, whereas,
there exists a dlirerence of views und
diversity of interests In reference to tho
location of tho load between 15ast St.
Louis, In St. Clair county, and Juckfou
Resolved, That the question of further
HiilHrrltitlnn to tho canltal stock of the
comnanv be at once submitted, under
the charter of the company aliil the
amendments thereto, to thoseveral coun
ties, cities, towns and townships,
through and near which It i proposed
that tin- Mild road shall pass, and thai a
dcllnlto location of the route of the mail
be postponed until the amount of sub
scription made by each county, town,
city and township MiaH have been ascer
tained, It being understood that the route
to be adopted will be determined, to ii
great extent, by the amount subscribed
along Die lino tnereoi.
Resolved, That the president be, nnil
he Is hcroby instructed to call n meeting
of the directors for the purpose of adopt
ing tho route of tho road, ho soon as the
elections for such subscriptions have
been held, but that said meeting of di
rectors shall be held at some uerlod' not
later than sixty days from tljo date
The Cairo Wlini-rixiati.
Tbo attention of our merchants Is
called to the card of Mr. C. T. Hlnde,
which w publish, for the last time, to
day Tho Justice, of his claims for com
pennatlon no one can reasonably deny
The wharfboats under his control arc
maintained at a heavy expense, and
every year he pays a larger airjount to
the city in tho way of licenses, tax, rent,
ctcVthnti ho will derive , from the local
Ihuotnc-y from which, houccforth, he
luteuili to exact reason ublo cdliipetifcti.
1 .. ..Ii....... In.. ...... I. .m. I
Mv" JUi miiUHI T-Ul H.U IVI1UL-IUII
.Lc.n!l,.Pcorme,' n "tbank you"- bual
noan for our merchantH during the pint
piioytri; in nio vuy oirqcieviuK mor
. I I A t . . t
,n anu uevcring incir g.
g tneir goons, anu we
are iiulto sure there Isnfo 'one St ho will
now object to tho payment of thoVeason
ftblo (soalo of prices he hit established.
At no other5 tAwnj city, or landing on tho
rivera are goods received and, stored free
of charge, anil certainly.there Is no j;ood
reasoii why Cairo recelvlngaud forward
ing merchants may not place themselves
on an equal footing with their c.vuiupo-
l'ltclHlir wlllrli 31liy lino I'rolll
Llght; clastic and very stylish moroc
'co fbnguo boots, the "most elegant ever
'brought to Cairo; very lino Frenoh cajf,,
sewed boot?, made in tuo noat manner,
can be purchased at llaythoru, Elliott &
Co's for from $S to $12 Roots of -coarser
grade, whether for men or boyn, are
kept In great abundance, ranging In
'price froin ?2 upwards. MenVaud boys'
shoes, of all utylos and prices, also form
a prominent department of the establish
ment; but tho grand distinguishing fea
ture is the supply of ladles', mise' and
Infants shoes. Their stock lu this line
is simply unsurpassable, and the lady or
miss who Is so fastidious that Bhe.cannot
lie suited from It, will bo apt to go bare
footed, for every kind of artiole kept by
auybody Is hero congregated. Call in, in
spect and buy. It
Au Old Mrrctiaat.
Talking ofold Cairo merchants, we
suppose there is not more than one that
will contest for the "palm" with R. IL
Cunningham. Since lie commenced
furnishing dry goods to this peoplo, boys
have grown up to the estate of manhood,
and a dozen or so dilapidated houses
havo given way to the largest city in
Etfypt- Ho Is itlll In tho trade, having
one of the largest houses in tho city,
donsely stocked with a supply of spring
L-oods thatls not surpassed lu point of
variety, seasonablencs.i and stylo in
Cairo or elsewhere. And, tho man who
undersells R. II. Cunningham has not
yet "turned up," and his "turning up" is
not looked, for.
Mr. S J. llunun, corner of Eighth
street and CommeroIal avenue, has ono
of the neatest and completest drug stores
lit tho country, and as a druggist and
apothecary he stands among the highest
lu tho profession. A fresh and very pure
stock of drugs and medlciues was receiv
ed and opened at this establishment yes
terday also a stock of toilet articles that
embraces a hundred things that aro es
sential to tho completeness of every
lady's dressing case. Soaps, perfumes,
colognes, essences,' brushes, etc., etc., lu
great abundance. Call in and inspect
the late purchases. It
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"Barrett's" took tho Silver Medal.
Attention! Nlr KulKlita.
regular Conclave of Cairo Com-
maudery, Np, 13,. of Kulgltts, Tem
plar, will be hold at tho Asylum this
evening, (Saturday) May, 1st, at 8
o'olook,p,m. . , , ,
All sojourning Sir Knights are courte
ously Invited to attend. "'
. , Jas. S. Rkaisdkn', Recorder pro tern.
(!iiillincii( to the Cairo nnnd.
Several orfiur'rccehk guests, have, In
their published letters, spoken of the
Cairo Silver Cornet batid In'vo rj compli
mentary terras, For instance:
Tho Springfield 'Journal' denominates
It "a first class band." -
The Jacksonville 'Journal speaks of
the music as "skillfully executed and
The Carbondalo 'New Era' says: "Tho
music was by tho Cairo Sliver Cornet
band, and the lively, patriotic and senti
mental strains they emitted w'ere beau
tiful in their harmony, and added great
ly to tho zest of the occaslou and enjoy
ment of tlie guests."
With every word of wblch'lie Heartily
This band is composed of some of the
leading citizens of Cairo, its existence
being duo to sociul and not pecuniary
considerations. It Is tho only good band
of the kind we ever "read about."
jgllarclay Urothers Jlarrett's agents,
Cairo, Illlnolf. aplG-d&wlw
l'ort 1.1st for tin- I irr KikIIii
Ttvti o'rlm-lr, I'J
OrO. AnrlinMm. Onliim.;
IWe. N. U.
Virjftona, X. u.
0n. At)'lrt'.u. C oliiin., Writ WhiC. faducuh;
Tjroii. NimIu Itlohnioml. X 0.
luring, Mi-mnli:. StrtIn,.N. O.
hw, t. I.ui Oulekstop. KJnTlll.
lUillu at. Luc.fc'.. J.ou:. irlfl, Lou.k.
The raid ceased last evening after
about twelve hours duration. Tho
weather to-day Is cloudy and very un
pleasant, the temperature being only
52 degrees and consequently in disagree
able contrast with thu warmth of the
The Mississippi Is stationary at St.
Louis and Qulnoy and rising at the rate
of about four inches per 24 hours at Du
buque. The Missouri is falling as far jis
heard from, and is quite low.
The Ohio is falling steadily atall points,
with four und a half feet at Pittsburg and
live and a half feet in the chute over tho
Thu Cumberland Is falling rapidly,
with 0 foet on Harpeth Shoals.
Here the river has fallen four inches
since last report, but seems to be going
down somewhat faster than yesterday.
Business was very good yesterday al
though dull this morning.
The Richmond added here 1,GS0 bbls
Hour, 2o lihds tobacco, SI bales hay and
about CO toussuudrles. Shu wass'tlllhot
It? ply loaded, but was ho full that she
could add very little more.
The Tyrone brought 13 hhds tobacco
for resliipment to NevYork per rail; 3
ditto, 160 pkgs bar iron, 1-1 dozen cedar
buckets-fur resbrpmcut to St. Louis; SO
bbls Hour, 13 cattle, CQ sks corn for re
sliipment south, und 120 bundles broom
corn- for Walt. -I'V M'Keo-tS6 Brother,
Tho White brought 4 hhd tobacoo for
rcshlpmcnt toSt.otils; 1 ditto forXew
Ortcnils; 11 kgs beer for Memphis.
The Quickstep brought 03 bbls potatoes
for H. Mauklo J: Co., Cairo; 12 coops
poultry, 4 bbls potatoes, 20 bbls whisky,
30 pkgs sundries for reshlpnienfsouth.
Thu Marble, Cty brought a fuw lots
Cairo freight and received 2-3 tons sun
drjes, for below.
The Win. White, Captain 'Northern,
leaves here as usual this evening for
Thu Cumberland, Capt. Lowth, is the
regular packet for Evans villo this even
The Belle Memphis, Capt. Crauo, Is
tho regular packet for Memphis this
"Uso Barrett's," and no other.
The Cure or JJydritobla.
The following article, from tho French
newspaper 'La Feme,1 will bo read with
interest. It suggests one of the most
simple remedies for hydrophobia, being
at the same tlmo provetitativo and cura
tive, The paper named says:
Mr. Buisson being called to assist 'a
subject of hydrophobia, who annroached
thu Una! crisis of thu disease, bled her
and wiped his bauds on a handkerchief
wet with tho saliva or tno urine woman.
On thu llrst linger of the left hand he
had a small contusion wnero tho skin
was broken. Ho wa9 Immediately cog
nizant of his thoughtlessness, but trust
ing to the process which ho had but re
cently discovered, ho contented him
self with washing himself with
water. "Believing," says Doctor
Bulsson, "that the disease did not maku
its nppuarauco until tho fortieth day,
and having many patients to visit, I put
oU'taking.my remedy from day to day,
that is, tno steam baths On tho ninth
day, as I was in my chamber, 1 felt at
onco a pain in ray throat, und tUill a
greater ono in my eyes. My body felt so
light that I thought that If I were to
jump, I would bo ablo to throw myself
to u prodigious hoight, or that by hold
ing on to a window frame, 1 could sustain
myself In tho air. My hair was so sonsl
tivo that It seemed to mo that I could
count every ono of them without seeing
them; my mouth watorod constantly;
thu impression made by contact witli tho
air mado mo foel horrible, and 1 avoid
all brilliant bodies. 1 had a constant
desiro to run and bite, not mon, but ani
mals, and all that which surrounded me.
It hurt mo to drink, and 1 havo noticed
that tho sight of water tired me inoro
than tho pain In my throat. I believe
that a patient of hydrophobia can always
drink by closing his eyeB. Tho fits camo
every llvo minutes, and I felt then tho
pain start from the llrst finger and run
along . tho nerves to tho can of
tho shoulder. Thinking that my means
were only u preventive ami not a cura--
tivoone, X tooua steam uam, not with
tho Intention of healing mysulf, but to
sutlbcato mysolf. When tho bath reach
ed tho heat of 67 ooutigrado, all tho
symptoms disappeared as if by magic.
Afterward, I novor felt anything more.
I Jiayu utteuded moro than eighty per
sons bitten by mad dogs. ill have
been aaved by this method. Wheu a
person has been bitten by a mad dog,
lie must be made to take seven steam
baths one each day; Russian, for In-
stance; of 67 to 03
This a preventive1
remedy When the disease makes Its
appearance, only one steam bath is nec
essary, raising tno temperature hastily to
03. The patient should be well con
fined to his room until completely cured
It you want a good stove, or tin ware,
hollow-ware, copper or sheet-Iron Wnre,
tin roof, gutter, or anything in that line,
call on A. Fraser, Commercial' avenue,
beteen Eleventh and Twelfth street,
whero hp has moved to, and fitted up the
largest and most complete shop in
Particular attention given to steam
boat and mill work, copper smithing
and sheet Iron work, such as chimneys,
brcechcr escaping steam-pipes, etc.
V S I)
3MC -A. -5T "W I 3ST E,
OANIMD, EIGHTH NTICKKT.
All lover of t!ni mro nl lelij(lil'ul lxiverngn
ili'MiM r-l nt John Fclil' Cniino to-morrow. A
Mipply for Uio million rocolred. 0iiic crorflxxly
ninl enjoy your FirM of Jlny. JOll.VSCHKKI..
"TO! FOR THEBKAUTIFUIi HILLS,
Tho Shady Vulos,
FLOWEIIV DELLS OF 1'OHT JKFFKKSOX
The .noil llrnull'iil Spot III Kt-litucky for
Whn blooming Mny utns licr wonlfil Mat,
llrl;lit bird" come forth her ninny fe tn ureet
Whllo through tho trees their glivMeniHl vulcei ring,
Come hail, In Ood'n. fair temple, another "prlng.
That'ii It, bring your twMkoti'flllM with edlbls nd
with your wlret, children or sweetheart, lioard the
And re-cncrglze, relurenatc, reanimate )Otirclvp
by aftw hour (troll on tho Brasny hills, through the
beautiful fiowury yitc of Kurt Jcttyr n,,
3Ike up family I'Srife none aro pteaahSer, take
your riolinaml K'lllar, yourche.mneu and cnnN, and
half a day epent In the verdant InlU and tall-yK of
Y'orf J-ll. xkon will ivj. you a new lerne on llfo make
you fr'cl that the world illa'rser anil bettor.
To rv.-oini!'odil prtlr, larnc or email, th" ateam
ferrybutttCuIro wiU learo her landing for Kort Jetter-i-..n
trexy ijrning between 8 jml 3 o'clock u.m. V.ml
lietwecn 2 and 3 Jl floefi p tn, thin i"rmittin a atay
ontliecroimJt th(ro of 7 or hour-,, or 1 ora hours
at the cxettrolonltli tnuy elect. '
Spcjjl jtrjatJSCBiinlj oini be ta-lde folarjyj partlet.
ap? lift , .. , ..,V,.,U.,SACSKY. Maotyr,
TTTTTTrrT-i rT". r
for Ilullilliitr I'nliilil t'oiimy Jitll.
i -K : ,. i !, t -ii 'f
fiflx-e -f flnrk of the County Court, I
, .Muuuil pjiy..luUeki &.)t Aprd SI, IS6J.
SV.,lei proponl will le rsrelrixl by tho under
UKited ttp'i nUloi?, io Mound t!uy, .until (, Monday,
Ma) 3, A. I) IxW, at lto'i-lo-'k m., fiirthobuildimcof
the Pula.ki Couuty Jail, on U'u.hinton avi-nue, in
Mound City. Ill', ueeonllnsto plan and upeciliomioua
mi tile in my o!Uee, Smd unik to b paid for in bonda
of thu-oiiniy, payable in flie yeum, und bearlni; tea
J-er cent, interest. Tho Ittnda to bo likxl at the
work prosre-. Thw ueeexful bidiler to givo liond
witliKooJ itcurity for the faithful performance of hu
Tho court reicrrei tho rhjht to reject any nnd all
aptd It. C. MHIITZ, Oerk County Court.
jpOi'LAH XiUMBEU WANTED?"
l'artic hATins -'.nnd 8)i Inch lumber, 7 or H Inchen
vide, length, laditteient, williln ll to nddrcte, tth
terma of ileltt crv at ateamboat hind Inc. the,
.IT. UUld MAN U t'.L T U It I SO CO.,
101 Fifth St.
l'rorwmU to furnluli blwka 7X7 aollelteil. tpii lw
QALKO AND i'ADUOAU
Tho light draught pannenger Hteame r
:Mh-mf WJI, WHITE,
IX. Y. .NOUT1IKUN...... - ..li-ter,
J. M. IlKVKKbY - .Clerk,
Will make repuler DAILY TltllM lwl- n Oilro and
I'iiilucati, leatinu Cairo every ori-iung leundaya ex
cepted) at llro o'clock.
Tho White connect! nt Paducah intMho Ne OrleAna
and Ohio railroad, and tho Cumberland and Tennoaee
t or iruiKni or poaiago nppir on uoarii, or a
IT Uli UUU 1 11a U HV
J. UUCKI.BY, Aent,
17U ltt:.T.-Tiio Ix-ree buildlnK on Lot 6, Its.
' lately occupied by P.ukcr Jc I'lullipa und Win.
Winter. l'oei-loii mven linliusliatt'ly.
aprliHtf C. WlNsTOX, .So. It Ohio I.cvoe.
ITVIK MAI.K, CIIK.VP New Cottage und thito
uurliltf (iltUKN X OU.lir.UT. Atty.a
rANTKU-AItAiindcrCouuiy Ordi-rn, at W eta.
y And Clly R rip at lAecnlt on tho dollar, for all
liin-N of I.umbt-r and Iliuldt-ra' lat-rinJ.
ianlS.HI W. W. TIIOIt.NTON.
QITY, COUNTY ANDSCIIOOLSCBIP
' AT PAR!
PAl.K-Ono Kreti' li Duir Cora Mill for grind
ing meal, ami ono cruhcr for uriinlini? fool for ktocl; ;
alto, nhirae lot of lumber ami ash. wood, for uhicli I
will tako city icriii, uoinity nnd rchool warrant ut
l'Alt. ' W. M. WILLIAMS,
npifflw Ciiiro City S'avi' MilN.
AM K I
TO OIJTAINITtiO TO
BKEUWABT, OltTII ii CO'S
And purchnto t)io leading
StOTO o X tlxo W O M t
A good variety of Cookinuond Ikailnj; Stovet al
ways on hand. Alto a complete assortment of
TIUMrare, IIollov-Wai-e, tcu., Jtc.
Manufacturera of autteringand Ituortug.
Our motto la quick Sidea and Small Trofita,
WHntisfuctlon guartinteed in every iintance,is
KM A 11 r BOAT.
QIIAS. T. HINDU,
F()JtWAHI)IN( AMI C0JIMISSI0X '
J. Or 3U 3X T.
(unto thaSsfeis company
Ttirnucli lllll" nt Lnillii' t,'lven to all
Available Point liyltnll oi-Waler.
CB-HPIX'IAL ATTENTION TO KOKWAUUIXO.
QAIItO AND NKW OULEANS.' " o
ATLANTIC ASI 3IISSISSHTI"
S T 1 3 A MS 1HI CO 31 ! A X Y
COMl'ItOMLSK LINK STEA3IElt
dtrTf'- TIIK hTRAMKIW
w. n. AUTiirn ionhs, MHr,
f.AllV 01 A V -.Itl'ttK, MMter,
HUTU I'BOltAM. Jlnilor,
PAlIilA K t -MtltlM.I WIWTfW iiWH,
..wiiii iu jimn,
iimyi; MIIWC II
(jiti:. r it:iLiir.ic
imsmmiPl (iltKRN. MaaMr.
J'lIDMP.SCIX D15AX PRI'I'Kn, Master,
.! 0 1. 1, IK AIII.K.... .A1JI.E, Mnlter.
C mpri'iitg U IK- flneet nn-l large! bonis out of St.
One t,f th- ah' to l.in-i.f neamer
1VIH lcuve Cairo fur Xuw Oilcans every
ConniM-tiniJ at New Orleant with Ocean Line of Steam
Liverpool, Ziew York. Hoiton, nmt Oiilvc
Ppnc" n-l ?hipper can ndy on uno of theo
boat lvinit Cairo pimaiually w n'T. Will ray
iiartleular otlntnm to nil way freight" lww Momphln
io New Orlin. CHAsJ. T. II IN HE,
Ornctal Auent, Crtlrn.
Office, on Wharflxiat, IHlblta LandlnK.
KP. K.SISSON, l'a.jieneernndTli kvt An.
Orlice, at Ht. Charle Hotel.
EMl'IHS AND ST. LOUIS
Tho following HoaU comprlo thl Lino nnd win
run In tho folio Inc order;
I ArriTo nt Cuiro.lAfrtt'eat Qlro,
IIEI.Lr.8T. LOtMH, Tneday,5p.mWiariIayl a.m
Mntr. Matlcni . . , ii
CITYOKCVlltO, STliuudayS p.rrt(lloUy.l .
Malln, Mauler t , . ' ' ' ,
IIELLK M KM I'll 1, Kturdv. 5.m JtMM4 1 a-m
(4"nvne, Maater. , 1 S
VICKdUUIlO rACKRrt.. . j
ArriT t CMto.
OITV OK ALTOS. j Wfcdmi'y, F, H4ttjlf( 1 R.
Ituiiico.v, flrirfay, 3,;
nuke, -wjiiur, .
LlJ.MINAtY. 1 " '
Conirav. M.itri' '-"'Ini
M.K.ro)l.SYTJI, .wmdy, t
II ' II f II f4
ConnocluiKatSt. LouuMMti ,.
.Vortlicrn I.lno 1'AcUt-t Coinjmiiy,
Kt-okitk Pnckct Couiiniiy,
OnmliB I'ackvt Ciiiniiy,
nnd Vnrlou Hnllroml Lluct.
At Mcuiplim with ,
McmphU nuil AVklte lllver I'ncKn Co.,
Arknixna Itlvrr l'nckct Cntupniiy,
McinphU mill Clmrlettoii H. II.,
and SlUalaalppI &.Tciiueee It. 11
At Vlekbnrltli ,'
Yaxoo lllver Packet, mid
Ylckalmrg anil Meridian llullroail,
r.lvna throuu bilU lading and ticket t afl arnllab!o
rointa by raft or river.
1 CHAS. T. HINDE. Oeneral tuent.
Office on Wharf-toat.
ED. F. SInN, Ticket and Tiuncnxer Am-nl.
JTASUVILLK AND OAIKO
BfiTDAlLV LIN KI -&K
--vffSiTK. Coni?tln of Uio following
wiHMXJsjilentllJ paisengor Ftoamora:
SIMS Mauler I HAKI'KIU ..QerU
6TH0.Nfi .......ML.ter WOO to Clerk
JIAItMON Ma-ter WRWEU Ckrlt
PAVIrf Matcr LAV1S Clwlr.
Mnkinisall Iniermeniatoiiding-i, and xlvliix apeotnt
ntleution to ny Uininot.
I ll.K. i . I11.11, ui-uwiu ,Eni
rtccll 'Md Otllc no WhartWt.
VAMHITU WHITE 1ITVT1I AW11
llU 1 111', IIUUJV
IMTBDhTATES MAIL LIN15.
JOHN II. UAY1S, Sup't, Mcmplil, Tti!uis8.
XffZF. Tl' tp'ouJlil Ulo-vli(iol
rf'MiRg , PASSF.XUF.It STKAjIKHS
jrAYKI.OAVEIt. COMMKKOIAIt anil
I.1IIBUTY No. !J,
Leave M-n.pl. rv.ry Tl'KHP.VY. TlUTtM'AY tad
KATUI1PAY, at p.m., for WhiUi lliver, enniieotlnitnt
Ultvall' llli. It with tlio Memplim una l.lltlo IloeK 1UII
roiiil for Little liock and 1 f-t Bpgrinn, Tlmo from
MemphK to Little I'.oclt, i hours.
m-minauii jMi,ngcra reeoipton over tnouDOVO
Lino nt luwcr ralea than any other route.
(.Ji.i-3. t. jiimu;. Agent, Ciuro. in.
Olli. ti on nirf-toat.
VANS VILLI? AND CAIKU
fea!SSSileiitlid rusciifjiT Meniiiers:
DUSOUCHKT Master H1WLE1! Clerk
Leaves Cairo Sunday and Thurtday nt ft p.m. .
DEXTERm -..Miuter (ilUMME!l.., CUk
Lt'ttW Cairo Tat. lay and Friday nt 6 p.m.
WM. A. LOVT!I.,.Maiter WHIGU'T C!rk
Leaves Cairo Wedut.d.iy i,ud Saturday at S p.m.
Making nil Intermediate lundlnco, and paying par-
tlculi "attc-Utfou Tucket Frelglil. ,
CHAS. T. JHNlr:, General A?rnt.