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THURSDAY, MAY ft IB09.
rnnuittKD nr joiih h. oiikrlt a co.
M. n. IIAKHKLL, A880CIATK KDIT.OR.
llllnoU t'entiitl R. It., ChnnRO or Time.
Tlio trains uqy leave Arfojfow.:,
Hail trainsteac at - loViWaflf.rW?
Kxpre.si f m .. 10 p.m.
Mall train arrives at t o'clock a.m.
Express " " ......... i.ut " p.m.
VJlBIOJlTTKAIKa: ' ,,T'1,,'r
Way, leaves at..!,... m..i.i...s:.'M o'clock a.m.
K.xpres, " ..i...... i. i . 'ip.mi
Way, arrives at 6:30 " p.m.
Hxjiress " .: 7iJ0 " a.m.
Daily, Sundays excepted.
"Hurrctff" nil uronud thoiworld. m
-Any .Sulwcrlber of tlo,,.'!EvenIng
Hullt'tln' falling to receivotliedallyi'iijiie
thereof, will pleiiHo make It known nx
tlieofflcd. ' f lw
Wc Hear It" stated Hint n' 'woman, a
stranger In Hie city, foil dead im ithe
atrdota yesterday. Wo can trace tho re
port to no reliable witirco. -Vho' Known
anything about It?
Tbo Hlpo water foil about throe inphes
lustnlglit, and Iiiih been running out du
ring the day in ft luryo volume. In a
few OayH every drop will havo .dbiaj)?
"Mexican JSver-beitring Strawborry
Plnuta" are rrady fur delivery. Come
all who have given orjlera for them,
and bring along the "tiunw." myKlL,
A liberal rent will be paid for a nicely
furnlhbed and well ventilated room In
the upper part of the city, by a gentle
man who seeks a ulet neighborhood.
Addre.M "GV at tlii ollleo. 2t
Tlio very atlruellve, varied and atrlctly
Hcasouablo utock of dry-goodn, notions,
etc., juwt opened at Goldallnu fc Hofecu
wutcr's, ba.i not been tiurpuHted by any
purchase brought to tho Cairo' market
during the ncnon. Ladles, especially,
will be pleased with it.
Transit Menuier tirnctal Anderson.
HereaflHr the transit fiteamer nenernl
Amicrxon will leave Cairo for Columbus
at 2 a.m. and 4 p.m. Returning will
arrive at Cairo all :30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m.,
nmklng clono connection with tbo cars
of the Illinois Central and Mobile .&
Ohio rallroadH, mWktJv
From and after the 20Ut tiny of May,
iih many as three hundred men, women
and children can isegure employment
iu thuitrawberry patches at and around
Villa Kldge. This will be a chanco for
the acores of loafing negro boy that In
fest tho Htreets and market paces half
naked and always hungry.
A negro child uglr) Mbyut. nine years
old living in the negro set (lenient on
the upper limits of the city, ulerted from,
her bowels, on Tuesday morning, ovr'
tlireo hutidred little tomach worms.
The worms wero blaek-liehdcdj lively
Uttln mousters, about a quarter of an
Inch In length. Before tleir rxpulidon
thy child was subject to Ills, and no
Cairo Hoard of r&!rrwritri.l'
Ca.r, Hi-, Mayr, IS O f
The members of tho Cairo Board of
Fire Uudeiwrlters will meet at tho ofilco
of J. 8. Reardeu fc Co., rooms 1 and 2,
Egyptian Iilook, over First National,
Hank, on Saturday, fith lust., at 3 o'clock
p.m., for the purpose of organizing un
der tho charter granted by the Btate
Legislature, and election of ofllccrs for
the ensuing year. S. It. Hay, Prcs't
J. B. ItKAftnEN, Heo'y. my6d2t
Gertssaia I.ntlicrnn Pcntlviil,
Tho German Lutheran congregation
of this city propose an entertainment at
Washington Hall on the 24th day of
May, tho object being to raise money for
tho uso of tho church. A fluo cotillion
baud for the uso of thoso who may choose
to devote the evenlng'to dancing, will
be present; ami during the ovculug two
hundred prizes, consisting of fancy and
ornamental articles, will be disposed of
by lot, or drawing, The prlco of admis
sion has beou tlxed at twenty-flvo cents,
and will be collected at thu dour.
The articles to bo disposed of are all
oither useful or ornamental, some of
them being valued at from ten to fifteen
Tim I'.ciili) Yesterday.
Tho rain, which camo down In juve
nilo torrents here yesterday, wassearcely
heavy enough at Fort Jell'erson to Inter
rupt tho festivities of the May party as
sembled there.. It oamu down gently
and was immediately succeeded by a
bright sun, so that it was scarcely con
sidered an interruption at all.
Hundreds of citizens who intended to
avail themselves of tho second trip of
tho tug and Join tho festive throng at
Fort Jeflorson wero deterred from doing
so by tho severity of tho rain hero; arid,
tho boat made tho second trip with the
view only of bringing back a wot aud
dronched party. On its arrlynl t tho
grounds, howoyor, there wero scarcely
aui'Sevldeucos oraraln-fall discern ablo.
Tho party theroforo remained on tho
ground and made a full day of it, re
turning homo about 10 o'clock, a littlo
tired it is true, but highly pleased with
tho day's festivities. Tho music was
furnished by Cramer & Wittlg'4 lino co
tillion baud. . I
Calr BailnwM Heme.
We extract the following reference to
Cairo houses flinf dvertise"ih"llie -'BUI
letln', fronrthe eorrspondpe of the
Tribune,' of Jackson Tennessee. Wo
heartily endorse every word of, it:.
A Tfhe hbole" of ye Co. although
es gaged. iu a generalrcemmlsfdojibusL-
nessyet tho special business of the
hoUBft ts buy ahd sell HourJ JTHerdeal
very largely iu the flour trado, and with
large capital to back them aud every ad
vantage of reoelvinr and ahipplng, I
doubt not but they cap aell at, aucb fig
ure a. ' will Justify- VlfeHeopld dfHhe
South In patronizing them.
W. B. nonkwrlt
flnd tfieso 'ontcrprulntf gentlemen,
ssrs. w. . kockwoii a (jo.,1 hayo pur
chased the large book store of 'Otelock Sc
Co., and aro now prepared to compete
with any establishment of the tklud.
They aro prepared to manufautureiblank
books ofevery dcscrlutlon, andean till
all orders for musical instruments and
W. II. HcUullrr.
The house Of Wm. H. Scbulter, Im
ports and deals exclusively Ju wines,
liquors and. tobacco, and to those, mer
chants who follow the liquor business in
our country, I think It decidedly Import
tant to tako into consideration tho con
venience of thls4ocallty, and iU dlrec
uommunicatioti with till parts of tho
The old reliablo firm of "Halllday
ilros " Is yet flourishing, Tind owning, as
they do, most of the stock In the railroad
transit company, between Cairo and Co
lumbus, renders It certain that shl
meiits will bo made promptly and kifely
to parties purchasing iu this market.
The Nl. rlinrlrn Hotel.
I am stopping at the St. Charles Hotel
Mes"r, .lewett Wilcox fe Co., are tho
prcfent proprietors, and I am glad to
say to tho readers of the 'Tribune that
they have refitted and furnished the
rooms In splendid style. The dining
room 19 large aud pleasantly "ventilated,
the female servatit-(a!l white) are neat,
Jiaudxoine and polite, aud you are served
at the table with a Wealth of edibles
that satisfy as well ns charm with their
Il.xciirtlmi mitl t'io Mir, Kuliintny Hnj 13.
Tho ladles of the Methodist Church
give an excursion on Saturday, May 16th
to Fort Jefferson, Ky., on the steamer
Underwriter, which wJll mnko two trips
from Cairo, leaving,, at 8. 30 a. m. and
Tickets Mr the rourid trip-adults,
onk dollar; children under fifteen years
of age,,TWENTY-K,IVK (JKNTS. '
A refreshment stand will be ou ilie
ground'for Iho accommodation of thoxe
who do not take their own picnic pro
Proposals for tluvprjvJIeiro of keeping
a refreshment stand, excluding tlio sale
of ifii'Kplrftou'sor'ninll -liquors, will -bo,
ree'efve'd by' th"o comm'ltte'6, rrs: Black
anil ilr".!Mason, uutll Thutsday noxt.
, AM ladloN D"i"larrett'8."
We are Horry the people ,of .Columbus
have shown a want of appreciation of
Hob Summers' elrort to furnish them
credlfable'papcK' Tt'iyuld'lia'vd Ucert n
small matter, inueoji, ror mem to jjiivq
conferred upon him thtj oflleo of city
clerk, which be sought at their hands;
but refusing to do so, he will havo occa
slon to feel discouraged. He asked, for
me omce, tnai no mignt appiy tne,pro
deeds lb Uio'suoport of hlr papers rl (
Tho 'Dispatch' Is, by great odds, tho
best paper ever published In Coluuibus,
and, when It Is discontinued 'It will bo
mbiilliR a'Tiil years beforo the people there
will secure tho establishment of a sheet
that will provo its equal.
To an Itching for uewspaper notoriety
we are Indebted for the following 'brace
Wabash Sals the cause of the slpc
water at evorey freshlt conning' In
faster at the upper porshlon of our city
than the lower Is that our Iocashlon Is
formed by the sediment of the two
rivers and as the hcavorer sediment
settles first the greater the slpage this
is as plain as mud.
WABasu is catching tltt to send to
congress ho sals that tho Itads are all
eppkur't and he thinks his idea will
slip, them threw.
Ono John Thompson looked and acted
tho "vag,1' and old Joo Hlglln having an
eye for such characters, luvited Mr.
Thompson to a conference with 'Squire
8haiincBsy. The proof did' not fasten
unquestionable guilt upon the accused,
but tho 'Squire thought it well enough to
glvo him "a warning" and therefore
charged against him the costs of the pro
ceeding. Mr T. haying no circulating
medium wherewith tooancel thlschargo,
was consigned to tho pen diguifled by
tho namo of calaboose, for tho period of
six days. '
Barrett's" dresses hair splendidly.
The card of Mr. Nicholas Folth an
pears this evening among our new nil
vertlsements. Mr, Keith performs nil
Ills own work, lives cheaply, and if,
therefore, onanieu to do business on 11
Small profit. He makes walnut, velvet,
cherry or any kind of wood cotllns to
order on a few hours' notice; and has a
good supply of motallo cases'. We com
luend Mr. Feltu to tho public, assured as
wo aro that ho will live up squarely to ail
his engagements and obligations, and
glvo onttro satisfaction In every instanco
'A largo dog attacked a negro boy on
tho corner of Twentieth and Popular
Htreets last night, about 8 o'clock, and
tried with a persevering ferolcty to cliew
his head oil". Fortunately the boy fell
upon his fuco and protected his neck
with his arms, else' the consequence
might hayo been serious, A, man stand
ing at tho oorner abovo heard tho
screams of tho boy, and lmstoncd to hia
rescue, no-doubt saving tho black young-stet'sllfe.
We shall next week commence
piacInrthrltst-Dfdelinqncnt lands and
towBlols ln type , Al who wn josslbly
do so should, beforo that time, pay
A substantial sidewalk, twenty feet
wide Is being built from the Intersection
of Levee and, Fpurtlj aJUeetj 1" front of
loU 1. 2. 3. in"b'lock3.'
If tho owners i?f vacant lovee lots
wqujdjeasq.vhejij for,ajterm.of from, ten
to 'twenty ye"ars at ft "reasonaWo "rate,
substantial brick buildings would snon
be .erected upper .them. Lessees then,
would not be driven to the erection of tho
thln-Waled-brick-and- studding ordl
nancoovadcrs'we'now se6 going up In
Atr.;E..P,iBurilngham, owner pf thrco
lots on the corner of 18th street and
Washington avenue, has men aud teams
employed at the work of levelling down
a Rection of the old cross lovee left stand
ing on the property. This work finished,
Mr. B. will bo tho owner of the liaud
somest, best located aud. moat elevated
building spot In tho city, .The neigh
borhood, too, Is eutlrely unexceutloji
able. TholHSn 6scSr,TUrner, oriBiillnrd
county, Isjrreconcillably opposed to the
State aid to Internal Improvements that
Just now is a question at issue In Ken
tucky. He Hays that no man in Western
Kentucky who favors tho measure, can
bp.ere.Qted totheleg(slature. Ho believes
the measure pregtlant 'with eVll to tho
commonwealth; and with tho experience
of Illinois and Tennessee fresh iu our
minds, wo aremuch inclined to Col.
Old Paddy 6'LadghIin, the noisy,
rattling, old pauper-burler, Is doing ser
vice with the calaboose street gang. Wo
should not be surprised if whisky had
something to do in tlio bringing about
of tlio old man's present "calamities.''
He occasionally fools with the atulT.
I.oritl lluiilntSM Notices.
Every Item inserted in our local col
u runs Is read by at least one tluusand
persons, dally. While we would, npt
disparage our advertising columns as) a
medium of communication with tho
public, we may say, nevertheless, that
the Increased price charged for business
notices iu our local columns Is fully au
thorized by tho Increased notoriety
secured! This is. understood by many of
our patrons and hence tho numerous
business and personal notices that ure
found Interspersed among our Items 6f
local news. Our; charges aro SO cents a
line (10 words) for the first insertion
aud 10 cents per lino for each subsequent
Bring on your busluess "locals" then,
nnd In le'ss than two days wo will havo
the wares you udvertlse, talked about in
every family of tho city. tf
If you want-a good-stove, or tin ware
hollow-ware, copper or Hhout-lron ware,
tin roof, gutter, or anything In that Hue,
call. oiuA. JFraser, Commercial avenue,
beteen KleVenth and Twelfth street,
where hi has moved to, and fitted up tho
largest nnd mo.t complete shop In
Particular attention given to st
boat nnd mill work, copper smithing
and sheet Iron work, such as chimneys.
"brcccher Escaping stenm-plpe, etc.-
., i i i --
The Sunflower Billiard Saloon, on Ohio
iLeveo, Is furnished with the latest styles
or tables, and the oar supplied witu tue
most excellent liquors. Free lunch is
prcad every day atd a bi. and10 p. m
Port LUt far h 34 Hour Eliding- (
a wa q-ciiicm, r. m.
Ren. Andrraon. Colum.j
U-onldai, Si. Lotus.
Shamrock, SI. Ixula.
R E Ltt, H O.
TlioninaoD Dean, N. O.
Alice Uenn. N. o.
Ovn. Andron, Columbui.Wm. White r.nlneah.
K. E. l.rt, IoniiTill. Lonila, Piltaburx.
Thompaon Uoan, til. L. Cumbfiland. Etaiutillr.
Hrlle Memphli, St. L. Alice Drau.Cin.
Collier, N. 0. Shamrock, Clncldnatl.
The weather has been clear since tho
storm of yesterday, with tho exception
of a short tlmo this morning, when ralu
seemed Imminent. It passed oil", how
ever, aud has since been very pleasaut.
The Mississippi is in fluestago but fall
Ing everywhere above Cairo. The Mis
souri is low and about stationary. Tho
late rise above Omaha seems to havo
been so small that It was absorbed by the
dry sandbars before proceeding far down
Tho Thompsou Dean discharged 1520
pars railroad iron at uoimont, ror tho St.
Louis A Iron Mountain railroad; 2 hhds
sugar, 20 pkirs sundries at Cairo. Sho
has a fair trip for St. Louis, and camo
from Now Orleans to Belmont in a littlo
less than six days.
Tho Ohio Is falllnir at Pitfsburir. with
elevon feet In the clmnuel. It Is rising
from Wheellmrto below Louisville, wltb
i - . -. .
5 foet 6 inches in tho chutoover tho falls.
The Cumberland Is failing, with sovou
foot on Hurpeth Shoals, but another
small rise is coming from its headwaters.
Mere the river has fallen fifteen Inches
since last report.
Tho White yesterday brought a line
passenger trio but no frolght
Tho machinery of tho Tennesson In
bolng taken off her wreck.
Tho Cltv of Cairo. Cant. Malin. Is rim
regular packet for Momphls this ovoningi
Tho flno steamer Nashville, Capt. Wi
ley Slmms, having suporlor accommoda-,
Hons for imssongors, leaves forNashvlllo
Tho Wm. White. Cant. Northern. In
tho regular packet for Padueah this p.m. j
Save your lives and property. A.
Frasei iaageutor.thc.coppcr scroll light-.
ning rod company and will fill all orders
promptly. Call at once and have them,
put on your buildings. This is the best
and safest rod now made. Shop on Com
merclal avenue, between Eleventh and
Twelfth street. apl24d8m
Competitors fear "Barrett's."
By buying yourgroceries of Jj II. Metcalff
who kuops a lurgQ and eotcci .stock of thubcil
finally supplies, and' fells' clicnpor Uinn tho
chcnpcftty No. 334 Washington avenue op
posite tlio court hotn. marStf
Prlco's oream baking powders for sale
at O. D. Williamsons. They pay for
themselves in tho saving of Shortening,
milk, cKgs, spoiled bread, And tho
trouble aud expense of procuring good
yeast. Try them.) r a pi 1 fid 2 w
SMIATOCJA HI'KING" Why Bo1n Barntoni
Arfil ;enil IIto totn dollara a Hnv, wlin rltjnt
herent lioni yen ran Hrlnk tlio sHf-iamo nnlrt, ny
i .ni an t lively as it turtle freh from the reiennira.
HUl.tnilny'i Dnirf-tore.uu tlial.fiTcoT i
yr - - - -
iAitmiS HKnnH-njt vegctoWei ofjour own
" J Krn,T'n I'""" n0 ,ltne 'n S'U'nK your seed, do
li Tlartliyv for Harden SceJj, 'rcah iml annnil. Thi-y
Imvo a full line of Lanilrcth'n; and the Shaker Henls
from ffenih Union Ky. '
I AIUKS, ATTi:TIOX-If ynuwant pickand
J j il. iieoot the niceitlotnf ane ooorln tounilf
ynu want tha beat Colosne, I.arcmJcr Waicr, I'loridn
Water, nr other toilet waters ; If you want an) thing in
tlipwuy nf L'oimetlcA, I'owilera or I'erfumee, goto
IJItKSri II lll,A:KIN-Thef Is n nerf.'Ct ruli
1. to IliirnUya P)r thn celebrated French Dlackintc.
It li uciiulxe, and I uneurtiautaed at ft boot and rime
NOW ! TIIK IMK-To'ptit your houe In
Riot (liaix1. I'aintfnrand nhlt.'wnhlnf a c tile
onler of th- day White Lend and palnla of nil eol
nrs nrnin demind. At tho II KEEN LAIIEL Iru
Ktore, on the Lctee. you rnn get liiln(a, Oil", Vai
niheant Dye- tutN of all kliiila Now nn hand a
full stoolc of Collier White Lead, Delta Wnllo Lead,
IineStar White l-ad; nlao paint rnrnluli and wliltfj-.
waah hrnhpt Harrlnya' ia the placo.
p i:.ni:ni!Rwm:s n.Y tihk cojikh
IV Thnl )ou call K-tl lie Lightning Fly l'aper at llnr
claya'. They havo lh- gcnuluo article, freiu from tho
factory. It altnx!t flv a anil kills them.
WATER OF UAtlI.EHa-For Toothache,
at llartlaya'. ,
W("TH AND C ,
OrllllO, - ' ILLINOIS.
Cuiii.niti:Ns uo mm TAiir.irrM-iubi,
Urnr and -null, Iots them, cry for them, ainl va:
t'ifrii :th aTldily, and are quickly relieved of wormi.
Twnty-flft centtab-ji, nrlf you wUh the m aentt)
mill etieoe thlrty-nv'o 'cent tn ltatelay Hro4.,aml
they will be ent you promptly.
T7 It NAL.K Silver Soap, Jmt the tiling to niaku
. your Hdr-wnri bright nnd now. CblRate'a nnd
Ilie Itidexual at ltArcla)a'.
AI.I 1IKAOH AND OHAY HAIRS AT-
Tl.. TIO! lo viki irantrnewalof tho beau
tiful head of hair that you onro prided In I If an, so
ut iUntlays' and tika your okoies nf
llirrett', llali'a, Titibelt' Hmt'i, Ayoi
Wood', JayaeV, Mri. Vdi1.iv. Eur
'r . ClieralivrV.
...1... . .... .....t i.J "r -
iirek.t. and . anv
mm.vi jim iwtj WHIM. .IMJIUUIUK .HO aMtllUMUai.
"fANTKU-To nnd tho Individual InCnlrO.or
IT eianpuere, Hit'1 iu men irrr BTDiem ueno
vator without rece IV ni DKCtOEf) HENKF1T. Mam
or our Jeajlnc '-itlten. hqrs.tcatcd lla vlrtnea to rteif
f"lln. At l?relay'. ' ' '
rPRY IT Mudge'a American Sherry Wine, unlike
JL othtr wii.ra, m liixntiTQ' ladta uffecta. It la a
pleaanntand reliable cure turcoftlveaeiui. To t hod
at UorelayaV T .,
TilVOT AITIOX IIRACE-A aunerlor aiiiMn
I derfortklrtaorpaatat an untuJled bracu for
uir Riioiuurr , aiwHv euaenuer, Dnwe, or noi,
OH EF.T QCIXHr-Tho genuine article to I
I j naa urciay-. uuininu irerrora btuerneaa, anu
yet containing an inevmuraoi common quinine.
BUHTON'B TOBACCO ANTIDOTR-ThOM
who wh to quit chewing tobacco cn And a a ure.
euro In the u of Uurton'a Antidote. Get a box and
try it. sennnny cent to Uarclay llrothera, Cairo,
wti mjr win wuu you pox uy man.
XTIHE, WHINUIEft AKB HRANDIKK-
TT. i-or Meaicai uae. uiiriwniaandlniporlel inc
and hrandlel, and the beat article of bourbon. At
(AIRO AND PADUCAH
The light draught paocnger Steamer
K. V. NOItTIIF.nN ...Matcr,
J. M. HF.VEKLT w Uerk,
Will make rcgulor DAILY THIPrf between Cairo and
IVulurah, leavinic Cairo eury fvcnlng (Hundaya ex
cepted! at tivo o'clock.
Tho Whltoconnecta at I'adueah ntCy the New Orlcan
nnd Ohio railroad, and thqCumberland and Tcnneieo
For freight or passage npnlr on lioard, or to
JI. J. BUCKLl'.r, Agent.
lanMdff Cairo, tlllnnl..
17l It IIK.T.-The Levee building on Lot , II 3,
? lately ocouplMl by Parker A I'hilllp nnd Wm.
Winter, ronstmlcn given ImmudlaUiiy.
C. WiNhTO.V, No, 74 Ohld IAve.
Mill SALE, CIIEAP-New Cottage and three
lutn,coriiir I.ocustand Sixteenth streets,
marl<f OltF.KN 4 OILHKItT, Altr.n
tlTA.VTED-Alexander County Orderaat 80 tt.
)V and City Scrip at tfcenta on tho dollar, for all
klnda of Lumber und Uuildora'MateriuU.
mnlMtf W. w. TIIOItNTON.
AIICHEIiBON & BRO.,
Fnilt, VejrclablM and Country Prodttfc
Wholesale and Iicta(lt
No, 110 Commercial Avenue, corner Ninth Street,
Ordoru tilled wilh llltlisMl. nnd delivered In urn.
part of the city i choice, butler uhyayaon hand, ritcuui
boata supplied. 3. MICIIKLU.
uptiii .11. .illt.UKl.
TpOPLAR LUMBER WANTED.
Parllea hnTlnB2nd81neh lumber,7orHJnchea
ulde, length, Uditleront, will do well to addreas. with
terma of delivery at steamboat landincr. tha
ST. LOUW MANUFACTUKINO CO..
Proposals tourDleli blocks WTaollorted.' ppSllw
I CAltOTItKOKtf -.
FOHWAltlUNO AND C0JUU8SI0N
CAIRO TKAXSFER COMPACT
CAIRO ILLINOIS. .
Through Illlla of Lntllnr Riven to alt
AvalUlile I'olnla ljy Hall or Water.
irfll'KdlAI. ATTKSTION TO KOIWAKDINO.
1A1IIO AND VVW ,,T TIANS.
ATLANTIC ANU MISSISSIPPI.'
C0MPR0MISK MNE STEA3IERS '
WBW O IFt Xi 33 jOL 30r IS
V. It. AUTIll Il,
I.AIIV HAY... ,
HUTU.... I'KOIUM, JlnMer,
I'AVIiI.NK CAKIIOI.L Willi n. Hatter,
I.M HIKKN. ilMUr
TIIOJ1PSO.V I) K A -V ..,
,. j"iriCi .'iwu'li
fi&tai . i .
Compr'slns nil tho flncat nnd largcat boats out of St.
One of Ihc abovo Uno of steamers
Will leave Cairo for New Orlr .ius ocry
Connecting at N-w Orleans with tleean Lino of SlMin
titrerpool, Xew York. Ilontoli, nnd Gnlvc"
Pajscngera and .liippem uin rely on one of tkem
boat leaving Cairo j uni tnally n alive. Will . y
rartlcular attention to all way rrViehta betaw Mempnip
to New Orleans. CIIA3. T. MINDK, , ,
Oeneml Agent, Cnlro.
Omce, on Wh.un.(it. Public Ijwtllns.
EI). F. SIS-u0 ;. Passenger and Ticket Agent.
Ollifle, at hi. Charlea Hold.
: 189. : jZ&t : isoo. :
The following Tloals comprise this Lino and wIM
run In ths followlnu order t
Arrlvo at Cairo,
Arrive at Coiro,
HELLK ST. LOUIS.
Tuesday, 1 p. m
Monday, t n.m
HKLI.v: MKMI'IUS iSomrday. 5 p.m Thur., t.n.m
Crane, Master I 1
VtCIWIlUllO PACKET. ' ' 1
CITY OF ALTON,
Arohr. Masti r j
MAHllLb t-lTV, .
KUIiICON, .Frtduy, h p.m6iindiiy, 1 n.m
limn', .Mxnvri I
LIIMINAKY, ; " , V
M.K. FOItJlYTIl, Pnnda.r, 6 p.m
Wednsd'y I itim
JULIA, 1 "
Connecting at St. Louis wwh
Xorthern Line I'neket CompHiiy,
Keokuk Packet Coinimity,
Omaha Packet Cokiiiuiiy,
and Various ltnllrunil Lines.
At Uaiophla with
Meuiplila ami Wlilto Iltvrr Packet Co,,
Arkausaa lllvrr 1'acUrt Coiuiiniiy,
Miinplila ami C'liM'li'Stoii H. It.,
and Mlvslssljiiil Tentirascc 11. IC
At Vickabarg with
Yaioo Itlver Packet, and
Vlckabnrf; ami Merldlun Itnllroail,
(living through bill lading and ticket to Ml'iuallnMe
point by rati or river.
C1IAS. T. IIINDK, (ii'iicml Agent.
Ollice on Wlmrf-boat.
KD. V. flrSO.V, Ticket and Passenger Agent.
JTASnVILLK AVn PATito
ftSrDAUiV Ii 1 X K ! -
ConiitinL of tlio fullowlnc
Usplondid imscii(;er Btcnmors;
8IM3 Master H.UtPEli ,Cvk
6TRONO Muter WOOP.i
HAIUION Muster WEAVElt..
BAV1H Maler CAVIH tolk
Making all liituriiioiiiutn'.'uniliiiL'H. and ci
attention town, business.
uiiAn. 1. iiniii iienenii cont
tecJt 'Wd OiHco on Wharfboat.
t riJiniiii, ""n ' If Vl'.tl Afli
iif lniTi liririnm aTivi-s . .
UNITEII HTATIH MAIL LINE.
JOHN U. OA VIS, Suii't..Memi)hli.Tonme.
Tlio ,. In. i.lt.l jI.I .,.!... ..I
j passi:ni5i:r stkameils
MAYFI.OWr.lt, COJIMEUCIAI, uU,i
LUIKllTY So. .
Leave Memnhls overv 'ri'I!snAV. 1 ,.....m...i
HATUKUAY, at ft p.m 'for Whilu Itlver.
Duvalt'H lllult vvitft tht MoinjihlH mul Initio Hinik iCil-
roatl for Littlo Maalt nnA I lilt Mlit-ltlsed 'lss..n.
MemphlH to Littlo Hock, IS houra. '
Freight and IWongerB rw cipted over the nbove.
Line at ler rales than anv other route.
HIA8. T. ttiADK, Agent, Cairo. III.
umcu on wjiuri-imi.
glYANSVILLK AND CAIRO
kSjj, Consistinj,' of tlio following
aea"s2SiloiiilIil Passeii!,'nr Steatnurs:
DUSOUCHET Master I FOWLElt Clcrlt
Leaves Cairo Sum ay and Thuwduy at 6 p.m,
DEXTEK Maitor I QKAMM!I CIk
Leaves CVIro Tuesday and Friday at 5 p.m.
WM. A, LOWTIf...Mater WKIOUT.. Clgrk
Leaves Cairo Wednejday and Saturday at 5 p.m.
Making all intermediate landings, and paying par.
UculMattontlou t Paokct FrelghU.
(2UA3. T, MKDK, General Agonl,
omco on Whaif-boas,