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THURSDAY, MAY 8, 1809.
1'UIII.ISIIKO II V JOHN II, OlIKKLY A CO.
M. II. If AKHKf.L, ASSOCIATE EDITOR.
A now llrao,tab)atoakefftotpUif JJJiv
uoln, Central rultroatl. y,Wvdy ,, Tho
trains now leave as follower
ttnll tralni leaves nt
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Daily, Sundays excepted,,!,,,,,,- ,,
Ah henutlful and genial a day ns evefl
bk'SHed the earth, Ih May 3nl,'H6CP.
"Uarretl'P' all around tho world.
If wo were not nptiroheiislve that
Homo one would tell us to "qo to h 11
with 0100111111(1!!" wo wmild'lnfiulfo
why the Terry Houko Ih not occupied' a
a hotel V Timidity wjll bet tho death o(
- --5 "
All perforin having olnlnu agalnht the
Cairo Transfer Co., will pluasa present
them immediately forHettlement.
CiiAf, T. IIindk, Agent.
Olllce on wharf boat. . .1 niy.J-3t
The very attractive, varied ftinl strictly
gaasonahlo stock of dry-goods', ,nollons,
etc , just opened at Gohhtlno t Rosen-
water'.i, Iiiih not been MirpiLs-cd by auy
purehtiHo brought to the Cairo market
during the hujiioii. Ladles, especially,
will bo pleaded with it. myldSt
Yon Citlif I'ny Ymir Tnxrt.
I'ntll after Thurmlay morning next,
ah the ofllcc of the b'lierlll'wlll cloned
from this ilay up to that time.
From and nftor Thursday tho collector
will be on hand as UHUal.
May 1, 1809. L. JI. Myzntr
Blierltrand ExofTlcIo Collector.
Pope Kloo. At tho residence of J,
'It. Taylor, esq., by tho lUv.t CvH. Foot,
Mr. T H. Pope to Ml.-s Virginia Sloo.
Both of tills city.
The happy couple have the congratula
tion of friend all around them, coupled
with Mnccro wlahei that the niwWp
upon which they Jiavu on to ted, in ay , ib
one of happlncxii, contentment and pros
Our citizenH will be glad to learn that
an ordinance ha been prepared, ami will
go Into elTcct as coon as adopted, Impos
ing a tax on dog, and requiring that
dogt running at large shall be muzKlsd
thu year round. If this orillna'nce'I car
ried Into etTcot noon',' It 'Will dotihtles
save from one to n hnlf dozen citizens
from the horrors of hydrophobia. Itinh
It through. '
.Mls Mary Haiford, who itrrlv,-d In thlt
city Saturday, will, after a hhort stay In
her brother's family, take her d-paturo
for France, where, in tho hospital of
Carl, she will avail herscIfof a course of
lecture. ' " f
It will bo recollected that -Miss . re
cently graduntcil in a female medical
college, in New York, at the head of her,
clay, tho distinguished honor of pro
nouncing tho valedictory address being
conferred upon her.
Tho ordinance of Imptlnin, by Immer
sion, was administered to nlno colored
persona yesterday forenoon, in the wa
ters of tho Ohio near Oalligher's mills.
Tho entire number (eight females and
ono male) were converts to tho faith of
the Mt. Orange church, corner of Fif
teenth and Walnut. There were fully
four hundred colored spectator.
The occasion was singularly freo from
that noisy, slioutlng, hand-clapping ex
citement that usually characterizes such
If you want a good stove, or tin ware,
hollow-ware, copper or sheot-lron ware,
tin roof, gutter, or anything In that lino,
call on A. Fraser, Commercial avenue,
betceu Eleventh and Twelfth street,
where he 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'uV 'chimneys,
breecher escaping steam-pipes, etc.
lllef-in- K. Froa, Ks'i-, Police. Magittnte.l
f James Kills absorbed several snifters '
of tho liquid nerve-wrecker nnd became
obstreperous. It may bo said that James
cut up very unbecoming didoes, all of
which being In contravention of the or
dinances as 'oodiileij," the 'fequlro asked
him to atono in tho amount of ?." GO,
James couldn't respond, and an cloven
day dose of calaboosu was prescribed for
Old man Fry shot-oh" his mouth in an
oflenslvo manner again at Mr. Carey.
Cuablo to pay tho penalty of such pas
time, ho was consigned to calaboo-jo
victuals and company for a period of ton
After we wont to press Saturday after
noon W. II. Watfion was lined Sii 00 and
costs for trotting drunk; a wench named
Mlnorvn Williams, ?S 00 and cos a for
abuslvo language and reprehensible con
duct, and a colored ehap named Alfred
Tot ten, $5 00 for slinging fits mouth mud
around where it wuh not wanted. Tho
figures 7, 11, and 10 liidirate(i tej nuni;
her of days these parties will take obser
vations through grated windows.
Joe Arnold A Ca have gone regularly
into tho detective bUaMhla!0
There isyetno perceptiblo dlmunitlon
of the slpo water, but who da res f
The Press Association evidently divid
ed at MoHllo, a ; portion return ide via
New -Oriearn, and the balance via Hop!'.
goioery,.BeUia a b d CoJ jtm b u, I Im. A'hs
last named will certainly arrlvo by the
Anderson, ths evening.
Jimmy Ehglish fcnd btheA'kre engaged
Ut the work of preparing seaUj and danc
ing floors on the Fort Jefferson plc-nle
grounds, preparatory to the grand affair
of WednedttY, , , n(
Tho Union Habbath School waa very
largely attended, yesterday. The chil
dren wero tafked to by Miss Mary Saf
ford, , and avowed themselves highly en-
tertaided by her descriptions of the Sab
bath schools in iwiuo, tue ive roints in
New York, and other pnrU of the world
with which travel has made her famil
iar. Tho different churches of tho city wero
well attended yesterday.
It should bo kept in mind that ou Sat
urday, the bth instant, a steamboat exi
curslon to nnd,jjhvjiI,a.atkFort Jefferson,
will bo given under, tfii "auspices of the
Methodist Episcopal Congregation, of
this city. Details will bo made known
in ample time.
Tho cuntom hou.o imbroclio has not
yet resulted in the installation of 31 r.
Wlckwlroasa Fticceor of Mr. Wood.
On tho contrary the opinion Is expressed
that Mr. Wood will ho reinstated.
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"Harrett's" dresses hair splendidly.
T.'t Justlco be done tliough t'Uradley be
vinillcated." -f. ,
Now, Bradley, we tneau tho aun-marked
expounder of the 'Uaptlst' Truths, did
not steal ri'hotmoY ThS'facU are theso:
llradleyThnfl Tleas Phillip owned an
humblu cot, in partuersliip. Bradley was
tho possessor of a famous dog. Pleas
hearing of a panther In Missouri bor
rowed the dog, with the express under
standing that if he didn't return it he
should pay for it. Wdl, tho dbg died hi
Missouri, with five bullets in his caroasi,
and Bradley, disposed to do tho "clean
thW,'Tet Weal off 'for- fifty1 dollar, ti
king his Interest In the' house an part
pay Shortly afterwards Bradley was
Imprisoned on the low charge or steal
ing a hog. Now what did the nigger
Pleas flo? Why he borrowed a saw,
sawed the houne in two and sold what uo
claimed as his half of the lumber!, tile'
did more. lie took tho .lumber ou,t,pf the
loft of Bradley's half, toro down Brad
lovOf o'nt-houscH and sold alt' IhfttlunJ
bor too. Peculiar Circumstances vindl
xiutlm: Bradley from thechargoof hog
steallng, ho was turned loose, and tho,
B'yct d.tty:hpj)roceloj opio .collejitjjyi,
of his lumber. This U the extent of bin
ofleudlng and no more,' aniMtt all forrnri
only another link of that chain of pce
cutiouu.vlth which certain parties aro
seekfng to fetter ttiiu UBfitterablo Brad
Icy. Is this stealing a linnn? In thu
language of the immortal Ward we ex
claim: "Far different!"
Barclay Brother , Darrvtt'x ngeis.
Cairo, Illinois my3-d&wlwy
t t .
A lUvaltlnt; HIkM.
A wretched female in a state of beastly
iutoxlcatioirwaa taken from tho street
yesterday and lodged In the calaboose;
It was all that two ofllccrs, aided and as
sisted by a wheelbarrow, could accom
plish to convey tho debased creaturojto
tho lock-up. She Indulged In out-barstt
of the mostohaccno and profano language
she wan capaMo of uttering, furnishing
the scores of ladles and gentlemen who
weroenjoylng their Sunday walk, an idea
of the depth of depravity within the
rtaoh of an abandoned woman,
The man who would sell such' a crea
turo intoxicating liquors, should have
his license revoked without ceremony or
"Barrett's" Renowned Hair Restora
tive. Loral Ruliira Notice.
Every item Inaertod in our local col
umns is read by at least one thousand
peraohs, dally. Whllo wo would Dot
disparage onr advertising columns as n
medium of communication with the
public, we may say, nevertheless, that
tho Increased price charged for business
notices in our local columns is fully1 au
thorized by the increased notoriety
secured. This Ik understood by many of
our patrons and henco the numerous
business and personal notices that are
found interspersed among our. iteiun of
local nows. Our charges aro 50 cents a
Hue (10 words) for tho first insertion
and 10 conta per lino for each subsequent
Insertion. . ,
Bring on your business "locals" theu,
nntl In less, than .two days wo will hayo
the wares you advertise, talked; about in
overy family of the city. , . ( tf
All ladles uso "Barrett's."
r.xruriloii unit IMo ulc,
Tho ladles of tho Methodist Church
give im oxourslonon Saturday, May Sth
to Fori Jefferson, Ky., on the steamer
Underwriter, which will mnkd two trips
from Cairo, leaving at 8. 30 a. m. and
1. :) p. m.
Tickets Air tho round trip adults,
onb dom.av. j chlldron under lifteeu years
ot age, twkntv-i'ivk cents.
A refreshment stand will bo on tho
ground for the accommodation of thoso
who do not take thoir own plonlo pre
Proposals for tho prlvilego of keeping
a refreshment stand, excluding tho salo
of all splrltous or molt llojitors, will bo
received 'by tho oommltteo, Mm. Slcck
and -Mr. Mason, until Tluustlay next.
" . 'A ..(! r,
'Pie ntc and Bicinnboiit Rkurlofi.
, Tho pupils, patrons And friends of the
Loretto Academy, orthls city, will Join In
a grand pie nio at Fort Jefferson, Ky., on
Wednesday tho 6th Instant. To enable
the crowd to reach the grounds the
steam ferry, boat Cairo and a large barge
have been placed at tho service of tho
managers. The steamer, with tho bargo
attached, will make two trips during the
day, leaving on the first trip at 0 o'clock
a. m. sharp, Persons not on board at
that hour will be compelled to wait for
tho next trip which will bo made at 1
o'clock p. m. The party 'Will return .ut
0 o'clock in the evening, in timo fur the
participants to take ten in their respec
tive home. To defray the expenses In
cident to the occasion children will be
charged 2ft cents for the round trip,
adults 60 cents.
A'flho string band has beensccured,
and a floor will bo laid down in the for,
rest, that those who may feql so disposed
may Join in the pleasures of thu dance.
Tlio'Oulro-Oliver Corbet lUu'd has
vol up tucrod 1U s.ei vices and will add to
the oceufslon the charm of Iti escellont
Parties who do not choose to encumber
themselves with iv dinner laskut will
find refreshment stands on the ground.
Ills,' perhaps, needless to urgfc a gen
eral attendance. Should tho day bo fair
the beautiful hills and valleys around
Fort Jefferson will bejalive with 'delighted
children and happy men and women.
All who can do so" will bo Juro to go.
Port f.Ut for (he iH Hour 'Kndlnic nt
Ttvo o'cl.c!(, f. H.
fli-n. Andcron. Colnm.i Win. Wlilt", Pmlticih;
ll lie Jlcmiihlj, t. I.ou!. Ciimbertn'l, Brani.
Mi"ltlppl, ' Artn.vl. Ersm.
Melg lt. 11 Jiin IUci, I'ltt.lmrg.
Mbbki- llay, ' Alpi, "
Kulilcon. " Hello Vmon, " j
IiTld Wftti, " Ijrnlniry, Vick-lnirr.
lAwttnte, " Wri Hut, KorttmiUi. 1
llclli !., .V O Cllyorciiri,totnplii.
Induna, IuItUI. Clifton, Mmphit.
(Jen. Andtr-on. Colum.; Wm Whit. Piwlucnh;
Cuinlx-rlan'!, Etnanillc. llUe W'tnpbl-, Mnrr.
ArmaHa, Etantrlllo. Jl'Mtttlpp', N o.
Jim Iirc, at. Ix)Ult. Indiana, NO.
llUe ' Alps, NO
llIte Vernon, " John I.umidrn, Nh.
Lnmlnary, ' Mrlnoit, Ctnctnnatl.
City of Cairo, fliflou,
MRlo lUj, I'itljburc. lUihiton, Vlcki.
Tho clerk of the weUthercetus to have
becomo ashamed or tho miserable quali
ty of tho weather ho furnished us last
week, and has given us yesterday and
to-day an arliclo in that Hue which can
not be Mirpassed for beauty and pieaant-
nesf. We hope the quality will only ln
limited to the necessity for rain an arti
cle which wocau do without for at least'
Tho MUahsIppI Is stationary nt St.
Louis but rising' above. Thu rlso wllf
probablS amount to eight fcer"at StJ
IOUls. v '
Tho MUsourl is falling as far as heard
from and 'is quito Jow In many places.' f
Tho Ohio Is about stationary at Pitts
burg, with four feet water in thu channel
and n rise of fcoveral feet is expected.
Tba'Qblo Is falling, alowly every whoro
else, but will doubtless have a small rise
in a day or. two from tho late rains which
seem to havo been general.
Tho Cumberland Is falling Trapldly,
with only six feet on Ilarpeth Shoals.
Hero tho river has fallen ten Inches
since last report.
Business has been moderately good.
The White brought out 41 hhds tobac
co for rcshlpment henco per rail to New
York, and a few tons sundries for rcshlp
The Belle Memphis brought 10 pkgs
sundries for Cairo, and received here 60
bbls oil, CO pkgs sundries for below.
The Cumberland brought out 231 sks
corn for Cairo; V5 bales hay, 21 bbls
whhky for Memphis; 0 tons sundries for
reshlpment to various places south.
Tho Armadu brought 500 empty flour
bbls for Chas. Gallhjher, Cairo, and 15
tons sundries for reshlpment south.
The Lumsden brought 24 hhds tobacco
for reshlpment to New York, per rail;
53 tihdt do, 100 bbls tlour, for reshlpment
to Now Orleans; CO bbls fruit, 0 bales cot
ton, for Chicago; 70 pkgs sheep skins, 3
hhtle tobacco and somo leather for St.
Tho Lumsden returned yesterday even
ing with 25 tutu Ico for Tennessee Boil
ing mill, and lOOsks wheat for Nashville.
Tho Bello Leo came from Now Orleans
to Cairo iu four days.
The Indiana received bore 178 hhds to
bacco. 100 bbls Hour, 51 sks corn for Now
Orleans, besides 30 tuns way freight,
Tho Wm. White, Captain Northern,
leaves hero as usual this evening for
Tho Bismarck, Captain Sam Entrlkon,
Is advertised for Now Orleans this oven
Tho Wanlta and Leonidas aro expect
ed from St. Louis to day.
Any Subscriber of tho 'Evening
Bulletin' fAiling to receive tho dally issue
thereof, will please make it known ut
tho office lw
Comnetltora fear "Barrett's."
By buying yourgroccrlc of J. U. Motcalf,
vho.keop3 a largo and iclcct stock of tho best
family supplies, ami foil cheaper than the
cheapest, No. 334 Washington avenue, op
posite tho court house. lnurDtf
Price's crcnin baking powders forbalo
at O. D. Williamsons. They pay for
thomsolvcs In the saving of shortening,
milk, eggs, spoiled bread, and tho
trouble und expense of procuring good
yeaat. Try thorn. apU9d2w ,
Sa vfyour live nd" property.- A
Fraser Is agent for tho copper scroll light
ping rod company and will All nil orders
promptly. Call at once and have them
put on your buildings. This is the best
and safest rod now made. Shop ou Com
mercial avenue, between Eleventh and
Twelfth street; , apl24d3m
Thq Sunflower Billiard Saloon, on Ohio
Lovco, Is furnished with the latest styles
of tables, arid the bur supplied with the
most excellent liquors. Free lunch is
spread every day ut 9 a. m. and 10 p. m.
apr20dtf . 'I
f AlltO AND PADUCAK
Thn Unlit draught ptiyiefiR? r Htnamr
ir-.n WM. WHITE,
. Y. NOItTHUn.V .'...SfyM'
J. II. UUVEItLY .'.....Clcrk,
VVillmako rcgnh-r DAtl.Y TltlPa l)hTfn Calm auJ
I'n-liirnh, Ipiwiiik Colro every coninK ISunJayi cx
eentoil) nt tlvo o'clock.
The whito cyniii'Ct at Pnilucnti y it i the Non OrloAn
anJ Ohiy railroad, and tlio CuinVtitanil ami Tcnucsnc
rtTr pa' hf Is. , ,
. Vot IrciglU or pasa? ai.t.lr on tanl. or tp
if. J. IIUCKt.Kr, Agent,
lii23lir (ilro. llllnnl.
170 It IU:.vrTha Levee building on Iot6, 113.
ii lately occupied by 1'aikcr A I'lullip ami Win.
winter. l'uMtumon itivrn immediately. .
nprltdtf C. WI.NsTON, No. 7i Ohio I.orev.
I70H SAM-:, CIlliAr New OiltJigo nn'l thtco
UiU, corner Lociul and flxtevnth tri''t.
marWitr JUKKN 4 (UtitlKRT, Altv.H
W.VXTKD Alexander Collnly Order, nt 80 ct.
an I City Scrip ni Client on tho dollar, for all
kindi of l.uinUT and lluildcra' Materials.
nl bltf W. W. THORNTON.
g MIGTIISL.SON & I1UO.,
I'ruit, Vegetables and Countrj Produce
HViofcsa.'c and Retail,
No, HT Commercial Aenne, corner Ninth Street,
OtdernQIIed ulth dimtr)i, and dtllrrrod In any
Kit of the city; choice butter alwaya on hand. icam
at xupulied. H. MICIIEt.
aptf M. M1C1IELH.
3Vt -A. ST X7- I Kf S,
All lorer of theo rar arid dMlght'iil bnTeragcn
hould 11 at Jhn Krbeel'n Ciwlno to-morrow. A
upt'lyfor th million received. Com ererlody
auJ enjoy jour Kirn of . May. JOllNSCIlI.ni..
JJOl FOR TIIEIIKAUTprJLlin.TiJ,
Tho Shadv Vales
FLOWERY 'JIELLS'O!? FtlRT !H:FVEKS0X
. .s .... - ' V
The .Most Iteatitlful Wpnl In Kcnlurky fur
When UoomlBR May ajiumea her wonted teal,
Ilright LlrJi come forth haraunny foco toK'tctt
While through tho trees their gladdened Yice ring,
Come hall, la Cod , Wi temple, Another rrin
Ttiat'a II. brine vour buVeti Ailed wild erilbl-
with jour wlrei., children or aweethvarU, boartl the
and re-enerxite, relurenate, ro-anlmate yonraelto
by a fef hour itrcll on the graoyhilla, Ihrouish the
beautiful Qoweryralea or rort Jttteraon.
Make up family partie non are pleaaanter, take
your Yiolln and ruitar, j urchesmen and card, and
half a day peut In tho verdant hilla and valleys of
horl Jedrraon win give you a new leoae on life make
ou feel that the world 1 larger and better.
To accommodate partita, large or umall, tlie (team
ferryboat Cairo will leave her landing for Fort Jeffrr
on every nurnlng between land 0 o'clock a.m. and
between Sand 3 o'clock p.m., thua permitting a stay
on the groundi there of 7 or hour, or 1 or 3 honra,
at the excunlonltta may elect.
Sjwlal ftrrangementa can be made for largo partie.
apJS Iwd W. II. BANDL'SKT, Matter.
for Ilulltlliiir Pulnaki Couul jr Josll.
OiBo of Clerk of the County I'ourl, 1
Mound City. IHlankl Co. III. April 81, IS5.
Sealed propfnaU will be received by tho under
ciif l at lua oillt-e, in Mound City, until Monday,
May 3. A. I 1WJ. at lo'ulu-k m., forthe building of
the Pulaski County Jail on Vnluni;ton mi-mie, n
Mound City, 1H. according to plana and peciticalion
nn file in my otlice. Hald work to be paid for in bond
of therounly, puyaUn In flvo yearn, nnd bearing ten
per cent, interest. Tho lionrf to lw iantied as the
work prOKTeHM's. Tho niicceoful bidder togivobond
with good M curily for the faithful performance of hlj
Tho court rtxerve thu rijld t reject any and all
apid II. 0. MKltT.. Clerk County Cnort.
pOPLAH LUMBER WANTED."
l'.irtifs hnving'J! andB3lnrlilumlwr,7orl4lnchea
wide, length, litditterent, uilldo uell to nddrena, with
termit of delivery at Hfambo.it laudine, th
ST. WVte M A N U KACT I ' 1 1 1 N O CO..
lul H. Fifth fit.
I'ropotala to furnlli hloe k TXT wdiclleil. njru 1 w
TO OIITAIN ITCiO TO
IJEERWAKT, OKTII & CO'S
And jnircliako the leading
Stovo of tho ont
A good variety of Cooking and Heating Stoves al
vraya on luiqd. Also a complete asaortment of
Tinware, llollovv-IVare, c, Ac.
Manufacturera of Guttering and Roofing.
Our motto la quick Solea and Small Profits.
"Satisfaction guaranteed in every initance."M
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QHAS.T. IIINDE, - -
FOIUVAKMNO AND COMMISSION
3r 32J 3NT T.
' CAIRO ILLINOIS. -
ThronKh UlUa of LudlnK slveu.to all
' AvaUalile PoIiiIh by Hall or Water.'
rgi'KClAl. ATTKNTION W FORWARDING.
QAiitoAKuKw'6iiLEili;s. . ,
ATLANTIC A.M) MISSISSUTr J
3XT 3E3 "W O Xl Xj 33 JX. XC" tSt
I.ADV CJAV - ..
PAIIIiIXR l AItltOl.lj.
CO.1I3KI.VW KA II'll ...
or.ivi: mt m 11
fllV1lKVl'.U, . ....
IIUIIK, Mh'ter, ,
.... ENTIIIKBsN; Manter
.. ..'NEII., Muler,
... J INK-Si, Miicler, 1
fill, UVlllT.lll itA..
OKKAT IlIJl'tUMO I)ONAI,D-'ON MUr
MIHMINMII'I'I IIHKI4A Jlnner,
TIIOJIISON OHAX -.I'KI'I'EII. Ma.ter,
.MOI.t.Ii: AIII.K AIH.E, Mter.
Compru hnllt!" linf-t un-l larg'tt lo:iU.outof HI.
Oneofthea. c l.nc.-f neamera
Will leave Ciiiro Tor Kcw Orleans ever
Comuntin at S w Orleoni w dh Ocoan I.ino of Steam
Iitvcritnol, Xnv Vorlc, Hon (on, nud Glve
rasieniif tf and Phippera cm rely n one nf th
boatu leavma fairo pum tunlly n ol.jc. J ill pay
tmrtictilar atlfntmn to ull way fn-luht UIow Mttnphu
(oNewOtleaiu. CI1A3. T. llINIlE,
Oenernl AMnt. Cnlrn.
Odlce, on Wliarfl"at, TuMic Landing.
ED. V. SIAaON. PMem.'T nnd Tlckot Agent. ..
Otlice, at tit. Charles Hotel.
EMPIIIS AND ST. LOUIS
The following ltoat noinprlno thin Mno and 'vrl
run in tho follow in order 1
, , I Arrive at Cairo,
Airlto at Cairo,
UELI.n 8T. I.O0I8, jTueday,6 p.inhaturdayl..m
7laler. Mter.' . , . I
CITV UK CAIRO.
Tliunuay 0 p.mf.iioauay. i, n.in
11EI.I.B MEM I'll I-a,
?atiirdar 6t.mjThuri., 1-o.rn
Arilvo at Cairo Arrive nt two",
Roata. wiw. cr. .
CITV OFA1.TUN, Vjind'y,3p.m 1'riiUy, I n.m
Arolier, Mnteri . .
MAUUl.E CITV. " " "
, Mnrter; I
RU1IICON. Friday, I p m Sunday,, 1 a.m
Illake. Master; . ,
LujiiNAiir, 1 " " ' ' 1 y"
l.'onwny, Mtr:' . l-iiji'!.
51. K KOIWrTIi, Siimlay, 5 un .WednaJJjra.ai
ilanvy, iluttri ,
JULIA. ' ."
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Connecting at St. Lounuli
Aortlteru Line I'ucUit Coiupuiiy,
Keokuk i'atUct Coniai)',
Omaha I'ucUut Co.njmiij-,
and Va-loim Iliillrunil Line I,
5IeniiJila niul AVhltc lllver Packet Co
Arkatitn Illvt-r lncket Conijiany,
Mcmi'lil mid Clinrleitou U. 1U,
and MUtUtliipl A- Teiiueaaee It.H
At Vlckabnrg with
Yatnu Itlver Pnckcta, and
Vlckalitirs ami .Mevlillnn Itallroaal,
Giving through h lU lading and tu'kvU to ull uvailata
poinia uy ran or river.
1 CHAS, T. IIINDE, General Ac
O'tiee ou Whrl
EI). K.MnSON, T.ckct and l'aavn;cr Acnt.
JASHVILLE AND CAIRO
rAnfil.lim. .if I)ia r.-kltAuitniv
jsplpmllil passenger iteamori:
61M3M..M.......Maat,r 1 HARPER Oeili
STRONG Muter WOODS Clertt
HARMON MUr I WEAVER h
JOHN I.U.MSDKN, ,
DAVIS Master I DAVIS Clcjk
Making all inlermeniatenndini,', anil giving imchiI
attention to way b n'ne.
CilArt. T, illNDlT, General Atfent
dec21 'Md Olllc.) 011 Wharflioai.
tMrniii nni'ni. urirvii r,n
tj j 1 i,r. Huinv '
tMTI tii Tl M.'',MNIt. ,
JOHN II. DAVIS, Hiiii'I, Memphm, Tennie.
.vfSM2. The ilcnllil shlo-wlieol
rii&4? , PA.ssi:.(ii:ii steamers
l.llIKUTV No. t,
Lenvo Meintd. ev.rv Tl' IV DAT. THl'ttVPAVaml
HATl'RDAV, at 8 run., t"t Wlwto River, iHinncfllne
Puvull'a lllull ih the M 'iiphu and I.ilth lioek Kuil
road for 1. ttle ( M'k um.i Il'i rpniiu,'. Tuiiv from
Memphia to Little Rock, Is liouif.
Freluhta and l'uxseni!! ra ruueiiitel oior ttiaulnrn
Line at lnwer rte Own unv other rUto,
111 t. m.Mih, Agent, Cairo, III.
oin. i-on WIiw-Mttt.
jgYANSVILLE AND CAIRO
vfHj. CoiuUthig of tho ftflloVlng
Stliieiiuiu I'lisi-nijer steamers:
IlUriOUCHET Miu.tr I FOWLER - ..Clerk
Leave a Cairo Sundu) and Tliun-day at p.tn.
DEXTER Master ti HAMMER -.CUnl?
Leaves Cairo Tuesday und rriuuy ut a p.m,
WM. A. LOWTH-Master WRKlIlT CUiat
Leavea Cairo WodiKMdiiy ind h-aturiluy at a p.m.
Maklncall intermedlnto htndlnirs. and piiylnspu
ticuI 'attention t Parktt FrclgliU.
litl.W. 1. Ill.MIK, ueneral Agent,