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FRIDAY, MAY 7, 1809.
rUDLIRHKD JJY JOHM II, OTIKKLT 'c6.,
M. B. UARHKLL, ASSOCIATE XU1T0S;
LOCAL NE WS. rA
Illinois C'eatial K..II., Change, or fllme.
, The traliiH now leavoas follows:
' noiNO NoHTir:1'
Hill lrln!f ivfl t o'clock a.m.
Kxprcua" ' 2: 10 1 p.m.
. ??MlNOBOnT,V ' ,J,
Mill train arriyea t.. U..in.
ExpreM " ." ........................... t4;0t; ",p.jn.
Way, leaiea tt :.T0 o'clock a.'m.
Kxprej, " i:l " pjn.
Way, nrrlvet at . mi'B.-W " . pjm.
Dully, Sundays excepCej I",' . .
"nafrotifP' nil uround Ihrj world.
flrst-cln?H storu room or btTlcej'lriqulro
of Michelftoti & Uroai i . 3
i t in
Any Hulicrlbor of the 'EvonltiR
JSullctltt falllnjrto receive tho,lillyJse
thereof, will please mnku it known at
tltuofllce. ' V
- - it r v
For everything In tho vegetable' lino
go to Mlelielyon & IJrcjjj. Clieup for cash.
Corner Ninth street unci Coinmerclul itv
A liberal rent will bo piilil for n nicely
furnlblied mul well ventilated rpQtn in
the upper purt of the city, by n gentle
mini who tvvkn n ijiilutMiefgliborlirmd.
Address "C'.M nt thU ollli-o. t
Tliu very nttrucilve, varied and strictly
eeasonoblo stock of dry-goolls, notions,
etc, Jut opened tat Golditinu it Rosen
wutir's, hai not been surpiim'tl by any
purcliiiio brought to tho Cairo market
during tho season. Ladles, especially, -will
be pleased with it. myldBt
llurclay Jtrolhers Jlnrrctt'w agents,
Cairo, Illlnol-. iny3-dAwlw
Mls Mary Sallord takes her departure
to-day, we believe, for tho frot Springs,
Arkniimts, for tho benelitof her health.
Wo aro apprchensivo that this lady owes
lierphyslcnl prostration to an overworked
brain. Of a nervous temperament any
how, the lias Imposed mental labors
upon herself which very fovr indeed
Would have the energy and self-fcllanco
Mr. John Reel deilfcs to say to 'the
public In general that tho Flora Garden,
thu only placu of Sunday resort In tho
city, whero visitors cun uninterruptedly
Indulge in Innocent amusements and
paatlmcs, will be open on and nfter Sun
day, May 0th. Sacred music will add
to tho pleasures of the garden, and all
will bo kindly and courteously (rented.
ruyta JoiLN Jlr.ua.
Cut jo Hoard of mderwriteri, I
Cairo, III , May ti,l0- f
Tho inembors of tho Cairo Ronnl of
Fire I'ndei writers will meet at tho o'tJlco
of J. K. Iteiirden & Co., moras 1 and It,
Kijyptlati IJIook, over First ntloniil
Jlank, on Saturday, 8th Inst , nt. 3 ojclock
p. m , for tho purpose or organizing un
tier tho charier granted by tho State
Leulblature. and election of o Ulcers for
the uiisulng year. S. R. ILvv, l'ret
J S. ItKAitDKN, Scc'y. myCd2t
All ladles uo "Riirrelt's."
Thn Ainrilcitn llrollrr
W. 2f. Davidson, 160 Commercial
Avenue, keep tho famous American
broiler, a cooking utensil that brolli
meats In less than half tho limo required
by any other, provonU tho escape of
nutriment by evaporation; preserves the
delicato flavor and juices, and cooks Die
meat perfectly uniform, leaving no raw
or scorched spots In any part of it. It
broils equally well over coal or wood,
and is a capital -breud toaster. It li in
short, an implement that no well rogUa
ted family can alibrd to do without.
Tho 'Leldetkranz," of this city, has
been merged Into tho German Turner
Boclety, tho latter having assumed the
character of a charitable and benevolent
organisation. To further the ends of tho
society a ball will be given in Washing
ton Hall, on Pentacost Monday, May
As tho objects of tills socloty nro high
ly commendable, and as tho ball will be,
in every particular n lino ntftilr, thojmll
will no doubt bo tilled by our befit
citizens. . c - f
AH I'.lrRmil lee t'n-rem Vnlooa
Mr. P. Sauphas lltted up oii of tho
quietest, coziest coolest Iqe cream
saloons, on Commurclul Aveiiuo near
tho comer of Sixth that was ever opened
in tho olty. Ho gives It his personal
superintendence, and excludes till bb'nox
Ioub characters. Tito best (lynlllefrof tho
city patronlzo Uw'th perfect freedom
from annoyance during tho day or eve
ning. Wo dropped in tliero yostorday,
sampled the Oreamaua jelly cake, unil
cameaway feeling that tliero Is certainly
sompthlug in Hfo worth living for. Wo
felt, In fact, considerably christianized.
Mr. A. Halley, near tho- corner of
Tenth street and Washington uVehue,
lias a very complete stock of heating and
cooking stovos, Including all tho most
populnrnnd gonorally approved patterns,
and every kind of tinware for which
there is any demand In this community.
Mr. Htt'lly In a skillful workman, at homo
In either tin, sheet iron or copper work,
and, ho tlljs orders on terms that are al
ways satisfactory to his customers,, Roof
ing, guttorlng and all kinds of work lo
gltimato in his lino Is performed . expo'-
dltiously and In tho most woilumiullko
manner, Call on him. i J
"Rurrctt'u" dresses hair splendidly.
IIow Nhntt wa Isscm (he Expense ttt
Tiro hundred thousand dollars expend
ed in the construction of two good McAd
amlzed roads, one loading from 'Cairo
through Unity to JoBesboro. and iioother
from, the. nearest -constantly accessible
ferry landing In Kentucky to iJianavuio
VoiifdW more fo't the devefopWent of
tho immediate country and the healthy
upbulldlng'or Ibe cily, than twico that
sum. would accomplish If . expended in
anyother manner. "
One great drawback to Cairo is tho high
price of the necessltiss of life Just such
articlclja thonUfrdfahdirfg'tlntry might
produce In great abundanco for a popu
tion cWcedihg out1 present number ten
It is a custom among "city folks" to
Hvo "from hand ,(o mouth' lo provide
. . .......
eaen morning too roou 01 tho succeeding
day. Such of our people as aro now
conforming to tins custom are paying at
the rate of one dollar per bushel for
their potatocs forty-flvo und fifty cents
per pound for butter; twenty cents per
dozen for eggs and fifty cents each
for chickens. In our neighboring
towns, locate'd'lrf 'the riildst of an Im
proved and cultivated country, and en-
Joying wagon roads passablo at all
seasons, these articles of food aro abund
ant at prices ruling thirty-thrco to forty
per cent, lower. In the town of Me
tropolis, for instance, potatoes arc sold at
forty cents per bushel ; eggs at 810 cents
per dozen, butter at 1!025 cents per
pound nod chickens at Z'R25 cents each.
Thus It is keen that tho citizens of .Me
tropolis buys witli his three dollars as
great a quantity Of potatoes,, butter, etc.,
as the citizen of Cairo 'Jjjuys.wlth his flvo
We llud'au cxplanatlon'of this mark
ed difference In tho fact that Metropolis
is Immediately currounded by a farming
country, and that she enjoys constant
and cheap iutercourso with that country
through nufTlcent wagon roads.
We have, on all sides of Cairo, a
country with a soil of unrivaled fertility.
Connect tills country with our city by
means of reliable wagon roads and we
will soon see every acre of it under cul
ilvatlon and our streets and market
spaces filled, .every day, with the pro
ducts of tho farm, the orchard and gar-i
den, at tho commaud of coueumors at
prices scarcely exceeding ono-half of
those of to day. Inaugurate this con
dition of affairs and then the laborer can
live on his per delrn of SI 25; mechanics
can proper on $3 00 per day, and In oil
those humbler walks of life whore you
now see pinching economy aud even evi
dences of want, you will then sco the
most gratifying proofs of prosperity and
Wo shall pursue this subject at some
future erlod because we believe it to bo
one most closely hinged with tho futuro
growth aud thrift of the cltj 1 1
live.' ' . . " . '
I'ollco Magistrate Iiros pronounced
Judgment in only two cases this fore
noon, but had one more In prospect for
the afternoon. i
.Old Paddy McLaughlin, working out
a'lhie with tho calaboose street' gang,
applied insulting epithets to A. J. Carle,
and was-'arrestud thorofor. Uuvlug a
trollsh for Shanncssy's Justice he took
a change of venue to the court of that
dignitary, with what results we are not
R. T. Wolhl belted a negro boy for his
Impudence, and was fined $.5 and costs,
Joshua Cuflee, a colored lad was
charged with a too free use of his tongue;
but tho charge not being sustained, Cuf
fee was discharged.
Loral BalNa Rollcca.
Every item inserted In our local col
umus is read by at least one tluus'and
perwons, dally; While- we would not
disparage onr advertising columns hs a
medium of communication with tho
public, we rnay say, nevertheless, that
the Increased price charged for business
notices in our local columns is fully au
thorized by tho Jucreased notoriety
secured. This is understood by many of
our patrons and hence tho numerous
business and personal notices that aro
found Interspersed among our Items of
local news. Our churgea are 20 cents a
Hue (10 words) for tho first insertion
and 10 cents per line for each subsequent
RrliiK on your business "locals" then,
and in less than two days wo will huvov
tho wares you advertise, talked, .About In
every family of tho city. ' tf
Excnt-Nton nnrt Plo nlr, Murly Uy 13.
Tho huHes of the MetyodUt Church
glveah'excurslon on Saturday, May 15th
to Fort .Teflersonj Ky., on' the .bteamer
UndewrRcwhich will make two trips
au p. m.
Tickets for tho rounds trip adults,
one iiuiuit ; chijdrcu undor llftep. years
Ol ago, TWKKTY-HVIS Uli.M', n f
Ai refreshment Htand .will be, .011 tho
ground-for the .accommodation of those
who do not take their own picnic pro
visions. . ,
,.Prpposal8 for tho, prLvllegQ, of keeping
a refreshment'stand, excluding tho sale
of all spiritous or malt liquors, w,l)l bo
received by tho committee, Mrs. Slack
and-Mri. Tt asbh , ti ri til Thui sJaf next. ,
my 3d til
1 1 1 1 -
illrnllmi Mr UlllirhlS.
A special Cohclavo of Cairo;Com.
mahdejy.'No. 13, of Knights - Tem
plar, will be held at tho Asylum, this
Friday evening, May 7, 1869, at 8 o'clock '
sharp, for work In Red Grosaidegreo
All to uriiing Sir Knights are courte
ously Invited to attend. ' ,
J as, a, eaho,en, ec-pro temf
THE CITY JAIL.
'a ; ,
Hepert fCommltlee Police 11ml Jnll,
t tne Cltjr CoMaell.
To Die Itonortbln Mayor and City Council of the City
Gentlemen : Tho undersigned, Cora
mllteeon'l'oHce nnd' Jail, respectfully
beg leave to report:
That they have, at sundry times, visit
ed the city Jail, and find that it Is kept
In us good 'condition as that building, In
Its present state, can be kept; and that
tho present Jailor Is doing ills whole duty.
We find, however, that there Is a defi
ciency of rauttresses and blankets, and
Respectfully recommend your honorable
body to Immediately order tho purchase
of twclvo mattrosKos and twelve bliin
kets, (if tho blankets havo not already
been procured), and ono wash lub, .nnd
two steel scrapers to scrapo oil' tho filth
which has accumulated and hardened
on the floors, under previous keepers.
Wo Hod, also, that tho building itself
Is eiiiliely too small for tho presontioed
of the city. Cairo has more than quad
rupled Its population since tho jail wiih
built and now, in warm weather, tho
stench and foul atmosphere which, under
the grc'utes.t possible care, will necessari
ly arise in so sninll nod Ill-ventilated a
building, when crowded, as It very fre
quently is, with so largo a num
ber of nrlsoners that they
can huaiuoly find room to Jlo
down on tho tloor. is so great as to be
come a crying nuisance. There uro but
three rooms In the prisoners' department.
Ono is Intended for womon, ouu for
white moo, and one fur negroes. Tliero
rooms havo uccuuiuiodatious for only
twelve prisoners In all, or fair In each
r-inin, and yet It Is a common thing for
three times that numher to be crowded
into tlium. This Htato of allalrg necessi
tates the confining of negro aud white
women in the sume room, and the con
finement of tho filthy, drunken sot,
covered with vermin, iu the same room
witli tho prinuuer of getitlemunly feel
Inge, who ha., perliups, for the first and
last time, no far forgotten himself as to
become "drunk aud disorderly."
We find, al-o, that the rooms In the
second story, which are intended to bo
occupied by the Jailor aud his family,
are badly out of repair and not at all In
a suitable condition for any respectable
person to live iu comfort with his family.
Wo therefore respectfully lecommeud
to your houorable body that as repairs
are now necosnary in tho second story,
that instead of fitting it uu as a residence
for the jailor It be changed to becomo a
part of the prisou, by reducing the size
of each window three fourths, leaving
them one-fourth of their present dimen
sions and barring them securely by
covering the Inslifo walls with Jointed
lumber putting down a new floor of
some suitable material, and by strength
ening tho doors. Till will double, tho
capacity of the prison and allow the bet
ter class of prisoners to be treated as hu
manity ttud Justice demand.
Wo further recommend that a now
building for (he use of the jailor and his
family be erected a short distance In the
rear of the Jail, but connected by a hall
und roof. This new building to bo of
oueslory only, aud to contain two rooms,
each fifteen feet by thirteen feet, iu the
clear. This building to bo elevated by
substantial timbers to a level with tho
present second stoiy noroti, so as to
allow a secure depotltory underneath for
an tiie looit, wnroiinirrowH, eto , firnim
ed for tho use of prisoner wurklug on
tho strootn, as well as for fuel or the
Jailor. The doors and windows now in
u-e in the second story of jail will be
used in tho new building.
Wo alio recommend that ono of the
ktoves iu the now building, shall, In
addition to its regular pipe and llue,
havo a second plpo running into the
larger room of the second story of the
present Jail and Into the flue now In usy.
This second pipe, to havo a largo drum,
eighteen Inches In dlamter and six feet
long, suspended from ceiling of said
room, In order to warm that story of the
orison during tho winter. Both pipes to
lie luruisneu witu uuuerny vaives or
dampers, so that tho heat may bo com
peiieu to go up tne cnininey or tho new
building, when not needed in tho prison.
We further recommend that three
new apertures, strongly barred, bo mado
in tne lower story or tne jail building
one on the south side, one on the west
side and one on the uorth side, to allow
a moro perfect ventilation. For tho
same object wo also recommend another
aperture, similarly barred, between the
smaller cells, Jn tho lower story: aud
also tho addition of a strong grated door
outsiueoi tne present ono at tho main
entrance to that story, so that the
present closo ono may be left open to
admit air, whllo tho now one can be
Wo also Hud that the wooden covcrlncr
oftlie cistern is becoming rotten, and
recommend that tho cistern bo arched
over with brick.
All of which Is respectfully submitted.
Joim W. M'Kbk,
If you want a good stove, or tin ware
hollow-ware, copper or sheet-Iron ware,
tin roof, gutter, or anything In that Hue,
call on A. Fraser, Commercial avenue.
betcen JUovoutu nnd Twelfth street,
whoro lu haa moved to, and tlttod up tho
largest and moat complete shop in
Particular attention given to steam
boat und mill work, copper' smlthlm:
uiiu ouuub mill wuiit, ouuii 11 a ciillUUOys,
.....I ol...... I. ,. ,.l. .... l. !..
urcccuer escaping steam-pipes, etc.
npriMdOuv r -
Port I.Ul for tlic Ul Hiium i.'iidluir
Two o'clocli, I. -H.
'Of n.-Andrnon, Colum.j
City of Cairo, SiLoui.
MofiawK,' '7 '.'.r -
turn 11 row n, '
Julia Vickiburg. ,
I'cjt.ititt, N. o;
Ccu- Andcra on, Cohiinbui. Win. White. I'ailncah.
Armada, I'.varnvillo. I'ily of Cairo, Mem,
Atlantic, bt. I.oun. Manenla, N, O.
1 Julia, fct.'Loma. P)tou, Jularillo. I
Lorcim.bt, l.ouu, iiaiiuiKi Liucunutl,
Tho weather Hfulniost clear to-day, (ho
clouds being ablo only ut long Intervals
to obscure the biightiicss of tho sun,
A strong breezo from tho north la pre
vailing, rendering tho air quite cool'
Hero (lie river lias fallen twelve Inches
sliieu luH report.
The Poytoua discharged 100 bp.Ia oil for
Save your lives and property. A.
Fraser is agent for tho copper scroll light
ning rod company and will All ail orders
promptly. Call at once and have them
put on your buildings. This In the beat
and safest rod now made. Shop on Com
merclal avenue, between Eleventh and
Twelfth street ap!2d3m
Competitors fear "Barrett's.'
Hy buying yoiirgroccrlei of J. H. Mefialf,
who kocpa a largo and tolcctitok of tho lest
fiiinily supplies, nnd clli cheaper tliari'tho
ciioapcat, No. 334 Washington avenue, op
posite tho court house. raarStf
. .. 1
Price'B cream baklrg powdera for Bale
at O. D. WllllamHons. Tliey pay for
themselves In the saving of shortening,
milk, ct!gs, spoiled bread, nnd tho
trouble and expense of procuring good
yeast. Try thorn. apllpdw
HIKIWhy ko to earitOKa
ij nnd p-nd flro to ten
doll.irii a dnv. irhen rlirht
hffat lioin roil ctn ilrink tlio arlf.p.ima tratnr. ei
M nrt'l Itvply .11 it iurclc froh from the ttscrTolr.
nt Hnrrlay'd lrnc Hlor, on thtf I.pti'p 1
1 AltDKV M;i:lH-nat vccfatlM of your on
J Krowlno. liinno timoln Kitting louraocdf. Oo
to lUnliys' forOntilen Seeds, 'reh ami Hound,
nave a run i nror L.indrtth'n, and tlm btiaktr
friirnSouih Union Ky.
LAKM'N, A'ITKTH.V-If ynttwanl plciancl
chnlceot thenlceitlntnf 6nn foMpifn want If
yt.11 want the het Oilojnc, f.aren'lcr Wa-tr, Honda
watvr, nr oilier lllrt wnttn; If yon nt ayth(? In
the tray nf Cnsmttlc", 1'otrtlers or I'ciramca, goto
ILtrrUyn' ' B
T.Rt:x.It III.A!U I vJ-There (a n nerfent nmh
. to ltarclay fur the celehratrd Hrencn lllacklnK.
It I.-ceuulae, and is unwrpaed a a hoot and di'io
Vrv I.TIIK-Iit-Ti) put your home, in
'untlnrand ihltewahinn o tho
order or the uay
White Lend nnd nnitilA nf nil col
ra aro In demind. At the (UtEEN I.AIIE1. I)rUf
."lore, on lltt Lorcr. yon rorigKt I'nmU, (Jiln, Var
mbend Pic- tutl- of all ktinla Nov on hand a
full Uu- It of Collier White Lead, Delia Wnlto I.eail,
kono.Stnr White. 1svl i alio faint varnlih and white
VAfU tirnnhn. liar Inya' l thn plnco.
T) f.hkhiikb vruv.fi fi.y thih i ojii?-
1 X, Thai y on can get the I.lchtnlnjt Fly Taper at lUr
clayi'. They harn Ih- cennine an trie, free
hey harn Ih- cennine an trie, freh f
innory n atirac'ia Giea an'i Kiiia mem
-rATKB OF HAPPIXENJJ-For Toothache,
at Han lay'
11IILIK:VN U'llllM TAIIbfrrM-llabte.
J lame and uniall. Iota thetn, 'cry fur them, and eat
them with aridity, and are quickly rrhfTed of uormi.
Twenty-rlro ent a let, or If you with thm ent by
mail eiiclwto tlnrty-nro 1 ent to llaiclay Urdu., and
my win 13 rm yuu proinwy.
I?OIt NALt;-3ilvcrS.iap,Jiut Ui
" Tour fllrerwnrn hriglit and now,
tie lli.lril.nl .1 trvl m'.
1a thing In mik
j Al.lt IIKAII4 AND ORAV IIAIIIH AT-
J. 1 in.'-iwypu want a renewal or tho beau
tifnl tioad of halrilut yon oncn .rldtd In 1 If an, co
i.iiun uji mi l iuko )iur cuuice ni iieiiorailTe
Ilarretl'f, Hall', TiMnltV limit', Ayer',Chfiriiller',
h ooj javnu , jirn. ninriow', l.ureka, and any
"iiici j..u umj "Jin, loriuiiinK uie uaumaail.
"lirANTKD To find tho Indlrldual
In Cairn, or
elewhere, who ha tried Kerr'a Ttem
valor without re-eivns UECIOKD HE.NKFIT Many
r "ui leu'iiiis riuieni iiaTe ietiei ill Tinuci 10 iau
f t.dinn. At Barrlaya'.
rpitY IT-Mudge'a American Fherry Wine, unlike
J. other wlnet, is Untife In ita erfecU. It la a
pleatnnl and reliable cure for coitlreaeKS. To be had
1)IVT ACTION BRCE-Auperlor auipea
. dar for iklrta or panta 1 an uninlled btacn for
ine nouiiicni 1 aiwaya a auapenuer , a orace, or not
QWEKT CINIHr-Tlief-cnulna article to he
1, 1 nan nareiaya-. quinine ireeirom biuerneaa, and
yet containing ail Hie Tlrtur 1 nr common quinine.
BUHTOH'S TOBACCO AMTIDOTK Tnoee
who with to null Chewlne toltaeco can And a mm
cure in me ue 01 uurton's Aunuote. uet a Ooi and
try It. Send fifty can U to Uarclay BroUien, Cairo,
mi inuy win Koa jvu a fix oj man.
T7I!V. W I! ink if AND HRANDIKN-
ami hrandlea, and the
T? ror Meuirai uie, vaiirnrnia ana imports a Inea
betarticlo of Uombon. At
.VIl'.O AND PADUCAU
33 Ally Paokot.
The lieht drausllt PiasencerBlcanier
V. .NOKTIIKKN ...Mooter.
M. UKVKULV ..Clrk
Will make reuler DAILY THirs between Cairo ni
(-iiivai, learioK iiro cTtrj evening icunuays ex-
ccihvu) at (Ho o clock. ,
Tht. while cennccu at raducaltwilMliBNcwOrloana
and Ohlorailroail, and thoCumlrrlauiland Tenneinee
ror ireiuni r pvage imuir on imani,r 10 1
M. J. HUCKLKV, Aitent,
UnJillf Cairo, minnl.
T.MHI UK.T.-Tho Low building on Lot, 113,
JC lately occupied by 1'aikcr X I'hilllpa abd Win.
winter, roaaesdon uiren iinmodlatciy. .
apriu-ltf WILTON. Np. 7 OhlO.Lctw.
7Oll HAUE, CHKAI-.w OnlUau and
luu.oorner ixniunaivl huiotnin xtrueta.
mirloJif tilt BUN A (11I.UUHT. AttV.a
I KKSfT. An excellent brick atoro room on
; SDih atrret, near the Cgurt Home, ulth stral
roomaaboYP. Apply to John Ilee. tny7-tt
"t I rAN TKD Alexander County Order.
f uiiu uiiy cx'rip ai ucenia on tne
tip, nt m t.i
dollar. Cor nil
kinds of Lumber aud Ilulldera' Material. '
anlHI W. W. THORNTON.
g MICHELSON & BRO.,
Friiiti -Vc(,'oluljlcs und, Couutry I'mliico
Wholesale and lie tail,
No, 1IC Commercial Avenue, comer Ninth Street,
ia - if- '! 11. ' " -V
Orders filled with dltpateh. (radUollVcrod''ln nv
. . I. i 4 . ,.l..Un h.il... - I ' .1 . r.
joam auppiira.- - a. an
AND CU" j
QHAS. T. HINUE,
-A. C3r 33 3X T.
CAlltO TilAXSFEU COMPACT
Throueli ItllU of Lncllnr lvtn to all
AvnllKlile l'olnta liy 1
11 or Water.
rl'KCUIi ATTENTION TO FOIUVARDINO.
QAIKO AND NEW OH LEANS,
ATLANTIC AND HISSISSUTI
NTK A ill Mil IP OOSCPANY
COSIl'KOMJSK LINE yTE.UIKHS
3T 3D "XTU" O Xt Xi 33 3NT S
W.lt. AKTIIt Il.,..
, IONia, MnMcr, .
, nritK, jitter,
0 1. 1 V K II 1 1 A N f 1 1
i.'itK at ui;piiir.it
Thompson r;n.vs ,
... 1 'J'.KAAI, .Mnter,
.. WHITE. Maeler.
... r..M IU K K.N, Mml-f
Compruinn nil tlio flnt and Urgent Ixiut out of SU
Ono of tho aboip. lino of itemcr.
"Will leave. Cairo for Now Orleans every
Connecting at Ne Oi Vans with Oemn Line of Steam
Liverpool, New York, Itniton, unit Cali ca
ton, 'I'e tui,
Pasnenscra and Shipper on rely on one nf lhe
boata IcaTinit diro pmirtiinlly n aliove. will pay
particular attention to nil way friuht Udovr Jlctnphla
lo New Orleans. CIlAs. T. HINDI-J, i-f
Oenernl Aeenl. "ilro.
(Jir.co, mi Wliarn-ml. I'uWic LaudiuK.
KI. P. ElbfON, raneniier and Twltol Agent.
Office, at bt. Charle.1 Hull I.
EM1MIIS AND ST. LOUIS
The followln? lloali i-omprlno this I.ino ami will
run In Uie following order: "
'Arrivo at Cairo, Arrirs at Cairo,
UKLLCbT l.nUI J. TuoMlay.A p-mifcaturilay 1 a.w
ClTVOFCAIHO. IThC.Nliy 5 p.m Mondaj'. 1 s.m
DF.U.K MKMI'IIH, ?iturilav.5p.m Thuw., L a.m
Crane, Matter 1
rrle nt Calio
Arrive nt Cairo,
CITT OF ALTON.
Areher, M nit r
iTiday, I a. in
FrWay, a .m
'Sumlay, 1 am
Cononv, Maat- rtl
M. li FOIfiVTH, .Sunday,
Haney, Materi '
y 1 m
Connecting at fct. liuiawtth
Northern Line Packet Company,
Keokuk Packet Company,
Omaha. Packet t'otiijiniiy,
and Vu-loita Itnllrunil r.lurf,
Meniuiila ami White HUer Packet Co.,
Arkatuat Utvvr 1'itcket Company,
Mcmphl ami CharleMnii It. It.,
and M Ualaalppl X. Teiuiraaee U.R.
Taioo lllvcr Packet, and
Vlckaltnru; anil Mrw.ilnn llnllroad,
Giin( through billalailirKand tiuketa to alt AralUbla
l-oul4 by rail or nwr.
viiA- i,enni Aitent.
Olllfii un Wharf.bosL
KD. F. flON, Tii bet and Iacnper Agmtt.
JTA8HVILLE AND CAIRO
. f ',-.,11 hll'J lUIIUITIDJ
- hfilitnilhl liiiiiAni.Ap al1.111.11...
-.Muter I HAill'J'.It..
-..Muter I UuoI
1IAIIM0N ....MoAter WI-WKII .ak
DAVW - 1 DAVIS Clej
3laklncall liitcrmenlateaudiiiL-. and irlvinv jnL..il
attention to way biiiiiea.
li 1A. x. iii.Md.. uenerai abdai
decJl 'Md Otlkw ou Wlurftftit.
MEMPHIS, WHITE HIVEH AIT
1 VITKU STATUS MAIL LINK.
JOHN It. UAVIS, Snp't, Memphii,Teri'3ce.
MAVKIiOWKlt, CO.MMr.HCIAL ami
Le.iTe Meinnh a everv TL'RSIUY. 'I'lllilMni'v
SATlllUUV, at 3 urn., for Wlutq Itlver, connecirnKnt
Liuvaii a mull mm Ujo jiomt,u UUd I.ittlu ltotik lull
roail for Little HoMc and Hot Pnrinnj Ti,. r.n.
Memphl. to Llltlo liook, ii hours.
rreiuiittaud raasense-i reoeiptcd over lue above
.Ine at lawcr rutea than any other route.
CHAS, T. HINDU, Agent, Cairo, III.
Ollicu 011 Wlurf-boat.
5!yv-Ae- -uiini-i n"j ut iiitj iinivnill
csssss&apieiiiiiii rassciisrer Menmors:
DW0UCHU- " -rM)WLKK Otrlt
Leave Cairo Hut, J.y aud Thurmlay at 1 p.m.
(iVlCICS'l'EP, . ' i
DKXTEIUm Muter GIIAMMEH Clfk
Leavet Cairo Tuoaday tuid FrMuy at 0 p.m.
WM. A. LOWTH...Maslcr WlliailT,. ..CUtk
Leavoa Cairo Wodpoaday and 8o,lurdaxal 8 p.
0UA3. T. HINlfc, General Aeerit,
OiUug on Vlwf-bomt,