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PUBLISHED II r JOUH II. ODXKLT CO.
U. B. IIAnKKI.L, ABSOCIATK KDITOR.
Ullaola Central k. K'., ChWdSreS arTlne.
The trains nowleaTJas followst
Mail tralnt leevee t . I o'clock a.m,
Eifreaa " ' .! 2:40 " p.m.
Mill train arrival at.......... ;.... ..) f o'clock, a.t
Ixpreaa " ' M ; i.:..iM " p.m,
FIIKKIHT TRAINII: '
Way, leavea at .... ..4:S0 o'clock a.m.
Kxpreei, " ............. 4!l"i " p.m.
Way, arrlvee at -...,.,.,........,. S:KT " p.m.
Kxpreia ' .... ....,,.,, 730 " a.m.
Dily, Sunday excepted, r
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Any Subscriber of the 'Evening
Bolletln' fdlllne to receive the dally issue
thereof, will nlease make It known at
thu office. lw
The very attractive, varied and strictly
aeawonablo stock of dry-goods, notions,
etc., JuHt opened at Qoidstine A Rosen
water's, has not been siirrmHsed by any
purchase brought to the Cairo mdrket
during the reason. Ladles, especially,
will be pleated with It. rnyldSt
Muster Charlie Fraser, a four year old
ling, guvc a hirth-duy party la.it ulght,
at the residence of his father. The af
fair was grand in lla way, und tho "little
folks" who wero out In force, enjoyed
the nrriMnn hugely, and made way with
large quantity of "take and tundy" and
nuts. We nro nil children of a larger
Nloiie far Cairo.
Uolconda Herald, of the .It li Inst says
that "The Cairo City Property Trustee
are getting stone from the bind on Judge
Foote's farm, ono mile und a half below
this place, for tho purpo9Q of making a
break-water on the Mississippi side of
Cairo. Tney now have two barge ready
for nhlpmcnL Wo oau sparo Mono
enough to make a foundation for that
city If they want It,"
Mr. John Rcei desires to hay to tho
public In general that the Flora Garden,
the only pince of Sunday resort In tho
city, where visitors can uninterruptedly
Indulge in Innocent amutemeutH and
pastimes, will bo open on and after Bun
day, May 0th. tiAcred musc will add
to the pleasures of the garden, and nil
will be kindly and courteously treated.
my'Ls John Hkh.
Cream Baking Powder.
We do not hesitate to say that this is a
superior baking powder. Indeed it far
oxculrt any artlcin of the kind we have
ever had our attention called to. We
have used it in our family for a conside
rable time, and speak from actual knowl
edge of Its merits. The buUcuits made
with the powder are beyond all question
the most excellent we have ever lasted,
and for pot pies, dough outs, pie cruets,
oakes, bread, pudding, etc., the powder
Is "Just the thing." We commend It to
the use of every housekeeper. For sal
at Q. D. Williamson's grocery, on the
T Pre r, Advertlae.
There uever was a better season for
merchant to Invest In advertising than
the present. Trade has not opened as
auspiciously as many supposed, and it Is
apparent to all that those who will do a
successful business this season, will be
they who put forth the strongest exer
tions. In no way can merchant! so ad
vantagoouily bring their wares before
the publlo as by advertising. The 'Bul
letin' has a larger circulation than any
other paper in this section of the coun
try, and our readers are constantly in
creasing. Ueatli by Kalclde Among Chlldrea.
Only a few days ago we published an
account of tho self-destruction of two
school children, In Fulton couuty, by
hanging. To thoso wo now add two
In Boston, on Thursday last, Frank F.
Chovy, aged fifteen years, and a son of
highly respected parents In North And
over, shot himself dead. His father had
required him to apologize to his school
teacher for truancy, which Is supposed to
have Induced tho mad act,
Tho other caso is that of a youth named
Oeorgo Clayton, who, being In lovo with
a daughter of Mr. John Haley, of
Dayenport, Iowa, Invited tho young lady
to take a rido with him. When ho bad
gained a point a short distauco beyond
tho limits of tho city ho drew a revolver,
shot himself through tho heart and died
In tho carriage by Miss Haley's side.
Excursion nnd Plo nir, hMnrila y .Mny 13.
Tho ludlcH of tho Methodist Church
gtvoan excursion on Saturday, May IGth
to Fort Jefferson, Ky., on tho steamer
Underwriter, which will mako two trips
from Cairo, leaving at 8. 30 a. m. and
1. SO . in.
Tickets fur tho round trip-adults,
one dollar; children under fifteen years
Of ago, TWKNTY-FIVK CENTS.
A refreshment stand will bo on tho
ground for the nccommodft.tiotijOf thoso
who do not tnko their own plcnlo pro-
Proposals for tho prlvllego of keeping ,
a refreshment fctand. excluding tho-male
of all gplrltoua or malt llquorsj will bo
received by tho committee, Mrs.'Slack
and Mrs Mason, until Thuisday'nOxt.
SATURDAY, MAY 8,
" Wse7H.r.S)Sji M-rt -
Oar city cotemporary desires to be in
formed whether r sortie tltyjal lor fur
nishes his prisoners rations of whisky.
We have the best authority for saylHg
that he does not.
W"eJ hard heard 'it ebmplalned, too,
that the prisoners are fasqueptly tur b4.
ieoee ia the Jail yardauen and women,
negroes and whites, together, and that
while there, .they demean themselves in
a manner at otice violative of food order
ami deoeaey. The prisoners are gives
the liberty of the yard every morning,
while the Jailor cleans out the Jail, and
as the Jail enclosure Is a tight board
fence some ten feel high, wVeartnot ex
actly understand, how1 the aettofyi of the
inmates caa be observed by the residents ,
of the neighborhood. The Jailor, has, no
means of locking the mouths of the .pris
oners, and of the offensive carryings-on
spoken of, ha haa seen nothing. That
the prisoners were never seen in the
yard so frequently before, I chargeable
to the fact that the calaboose under for
mer administrations was rarefy, If ever,
cleaned out and renovated.
The Jailor seems to be making every
effort to discharge his. duty faithfully
and conscientiously, and every person in
the city who has taken the trouble to in
form himself In that regard, will will
ingly testify that he has turned the
prisoners to good account on the streets,
getting one hundred percent, more work
out of them tbau any of bis predeces
sors. From nil the lights before us we are dis
posed to regard Mr. McHalo as an ef
ficient Jailor If he Is not, however, and
there are any proofs to that effect, we ure
sure that the mayor will tuspeiid him
quickly as he would any other officer of
the city subject to suspension; and that
there may bn a proper understanding,
the mayor solicits information of any
neglect-or wrong doing of the Jailor or
arty other city official, promising to re
ceiyo it thankfully and to promptly act
upon It when it Is of a nature to require
Action, utterly regardless of tho officer or
officers whom it rnny Involve.
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"Hnrrett's" llcnowncd Hair P.estora
tlvo. Tlir-Aaaerlcaa Broiler.
Our lady readers endorse all wo said In
the 'Bulletin' yesterday ubout tho ''Amer
ican Broiler,'' for sale at Davidson's hard
waro store. Here Is a nolo from one of
Cairo nit., May 7, 180?.
Mr. Editor: I see lu the columns of
tho 'Bulletin' of this evening, a, few
words pralslnL' tho "American Broiler."
Now, Mr. Editor, those few wdrds are
true, and I wish to add to them, haying
tried .and knowing whereof I tmenk my
testimony to the. real worth and convenl
. ice of .the Broiler. Ever housekeeper
baa experienced, in vexation of spirit,
the difficulty of nluclnir uuon the break-
fast table,' aa evenly, broiled, but not
burned, steak, and will not deny that
the face, Uie bands and the
temper sometimes become enuallv la
flamed In using toe old fashloued grate.
uui me uroiier irperreetiy im, always
insures a wen oronca. aeuciuus steair, a
a moat gratifying sight to the cook, and
one which makes thos "eattteak who
never ate berere and those who always
ate. only eat the more.'
The Broiler deserves to be placed m the
category with all other wringers, sew
ing machines, ete.
A Lady Bobscriiskr.
AH ladlea use "Barrett's."
I sical alar Biilea.
Every item Inserted in our local col
urans Is read by at least one thousand
persons, dally. While we would not
disparage onr advertising columns aa a
medium of cesamualeatioa with the
public, w may .say, nevertheless, that
the increased price charged for business)
notice in our local columns Is fully au
thorized by the lacreased notoriety
secured. This Is understood by many of
our patron and bene the numerous
business and personal notice that are
found interspersed among our items of
local new. Our charges are 20 cent a
line (10 words) for the first insertion
and 10 cents per line for each subsequeut
Brlug on your business "locals" then,
and In less, than two days we will have
the wares you advertise, talked about in
every family of the city. tf
"Barrett's" dretses hair splendidly.
Tranatt Hteanser General Aaderaoa.
Hereafter the transit steamer General
Anderson will leave Cairo for Columbus
at 2 a.m. and 4 p.m. Beturnlng will
arrive at Cairo at 1 :30 o,m. and 2:30 p.m.,
making close connections with the curs
of the Illinois Central and Mobile 4
Ohio railroads, zny5dlw
ii i i --
If you want a good stovo, or tin waro
hollow-ware, copper or sheet-Iron ware,
tin roof, gutter, or anything in that Hue,
call on A. Fraser, Commercial avenue,
beteen Elevonth and Twelfth street,
whero ho has moved to, and fitted up tho
largest and most complete shop In
Particular attention glveu to steam
boat and mill work, copper smithing
and sheet Iron work, suoh as chimneys,
breecher escaping steam-pipes, etc.
The Sunflower Billiard Saloon, on Ohio
Lovee, Is furnished with tho latest styles
of tables, and the bar supplied with tho
most excellent liquors. Free lunch is
spread everyday alia. m. and 10 p, m.
Save your lives und property. A..
Fraser is agont for the copper scroll light-
nln ro 1 company apd will fill all orders
promptly. Cull ut once and have them
put on your buildings. This Is tho best, i
and thft'htnxl how, made. Shop on Com 1
tneroihl avenue, between Eleventh ,uml
Twelfth street. upl24d3ni
-Te CaU-e jri-tr!).Taee -Wrcouaa
There" ynilM mtetlBgottb e incorpo
ra tors of thiscompany in the Atbenetun,
In this city, on Saturday the ICth inat.,
to which every person Interested la invi
ted. If those who can do so will lend this
project proper aid wo shall see a good
tobacco market buildup in Cairo in a
very abort ttlme; JTha capital of the
company, which will be created by tho
sal of stock, will be sacredly held for
advance on consignment of tobacco.
No part of it wlll be invested In real es
tate, stoamboaU, or, In any other man
ner not In strict harmony with a tobacco
trade.. In this way every stockholder
will be secure under the most unfavora
aspect of affairs. Dlvidonds will bo de
clared at the end of every tobacco sea
son. Warehouse room will bu lurulshed
by the Illinois Central Railroad Com
pany or Halllday Bros.
There Is no good reason why a first
class tobacco market may not be built up
here, if the effort is liberally seconded by
our business men. The location is
upon the very threshold of the best to-i
bacco region" of tho South, whero the
St. Louis buyer may enter 1m personal
appcaranco upon a notlco of twelve
hours, and wWo tho facilities for ship
ping in every direction aro unsurpassed
If not unparralleled,
Ballard county produces the best to
bacco that finds Its way lo Pad u call or
Louisville, and every pound grown in
that county an be controlled by this
market, If wo show our ability to com
pete with other localities. And the same
remark holds good when applied to Hick
man and Fulton counties and the adja
cent territory in Tennessee. All this urea
is within a circuit of fifty miles, taking
Cairo as tho center, und is nnttirally trib
utary to tills point. To say that the plan
ters within this scopoof country will not
concentrate their tobacco at Cairo
whenever they uncertain that It will be
to their advantage to do so, is to accuse
them of a blindness to self interest in
compatible with commpn sense. They
will patronize that market that pays
thorn best, and now It Is for the people
here to convince them that Cairo is un
questionably that market.
A Compliment lo Mr. Joel il. Margin,
The Motgomery (Ala.) 'Mall' pays n
very handsome compliment, In tho fol
lowing paragraph, to our fellow-citizen,
Joel O. Morgan, esq. Mr. Morgan Is one
of tho best off-hand speakers wo have In
Egypt Is always ready and always en
tertaining. Tho 'Mall' says:
Some of our timid tlmcservers and
trimmers should have been at the the
atre Thursday to have heard tho candid
and truthful speech of Mr. Joel G. Mor
gan, of Cairo, editor of the Southern Illi
nois 'Teacher.' Such a specen, coining
from a northern man, who has no preju
dices In our favor, should put to blush
the few fenco-atraddlerspf the south who
always fear to offend somebody by ad
mitting that their souls are their own.
We Should be gltd for Mr. Morgan, and
all who think like him, and all who
think like the Mayor of Cairo, to move
souin ana neip us to give Alabama a re
publican form of government, In wbl;h
a white man may be a free as a negro.
A Cobden correspondent of the Jones
boro 'Gazette' says that "an extensive
fruit grower of that locality, has gone
east to try to make arrangements to ship
part or the fruit from Cobden dlreot
without breaking bulk, or rcshlpment at
Chicago. If this can be effected and
prevent Use Chicago market breaking
down, which has a bad effect on fruit
grower in the bight of the shipping
season. There is not too much fruit
grows If it can be widely and evenly
distributed. When the market break
down, prices with less shipment, slowly
Improve but do not reach the same rates
that were obtained before the market
For lata Kvaatlaa- JBaliella.
Cairo, Mar , S9.
Editors '?uiVfn': The insinuation in
the 'Times' of this morning tbat no gen
tleman could ever becomo drunk even
"for tbo first and lost time," might pos
sibly excite the Ire of some true gentle
man, who has at some time in his life,
"so far forgotten himself,'' wero it not
for the fact that the pretty little lady
killer who penned the article, constantly
reminds one of "Mary's lamb" which
'.Followed her to ictiooloue day,
That being aanul Iba rule,
For it mads the children laugh and )lay
To tee the Utile fool." TOM.
The Ml err Cornet Band In Columliua.
Tho following notlco of this hlgh-tonod
musical institution we take from yester
day's Columbus Dlspatoh;'
Pap Vandemarlo desires us to say that
he returns his hearty thanks to the Cairo
Silver Cornet Band for their serenade,
Mr. Vandeitmrlu knows how to appreci
ate good music, and moreover knowa how
to nmnllest his appreciation In entertain
ing the musicians. The Cairo baud ranks
among tho bestlu tho west.
Tho sine-wator is so runidlv disannul,,-.
lug that by tho mhldlo of tho coming
weeurjat eyo-soro win nave disappeared.
Old residents who have scon theM hiwitnu
of water como and go a half dozen of
times do not share lu tho apprehensions
of sickness followlncr the dlsnnimnrn.i
of tho present supply, entertained by tho
later comers. Singularly enough, these
visitations never produco sickness.
III 11 I- I M,
Pl 1 1 MIS MllMtltWIe-lstjl
Josenli HIl'IIik a nlcrht nnl
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tL'flU Dllailnn.l...l I... .t. 11. , '
n uo nuoiuuuvu uy iuu luujrur, tins mor
ning, fordruukness and Incompetency,
Ho was found on tho street last night
so utterly overcome by liquor us to bo
unublo to recognize friend from foo, and
furnishing "capital" for thoso whoso
peculiar provlnoo It la to douounoo
the "mayor and city ununoil."
It Is suld that Mr, Holcomb, of Don
gola bus over three thousand tulips, of
every cmiceivublo shudo of color, now in
TTol muoli In th"epoHee1lb-ddlhjr' to
day. Tho old 'squire sat in his easy
chair at noon to-day, talking of time
tbat were and are to be, having only
three chance to make hi Inevitable
"trimmings," and drawing a blank in
all these chances.
Mary Slmonds and Julia Roblnsosf
whose names are quite familiar in po
lice circles went on a staving bust and
did things unbecoming ladies. Julia
had been out of the calaboose only a
few hours, when she Joined Mary in the
llquorlBtlcal origies. They were fined
(5 each, and falling to pay were commit
ted for seven day in the calaboose.
Next came A. Whipple, who had in
vested a few dimes in liquid ailment
tion, with the usual result. What be
considered fun, others considered disor
derly drunkenness, and he was fined $1
and costs. Having1 no money be was
housed in the calaboose.
John Alistfne belted bis better half,
because he was cowardly enough to do
such a low thing, and was fined 7 and
costs, which he promised to pay on
Monday. The man who, in bis senses,
strikes a woman and that woman bis
wife, is a beast. John Allstlno can make
Allttlo toy, sou of Mr, Bobbins, was
precipitated Into the slpe water from tbo
hlgh-sldowalk near tho 13th street school
honso yesterday, by some kind of a trap
fixed by some mischievous school boys.
Tho little fellow would undoubtedly
have drowned had HotltobDevore, who
chanced to be near, sprang Into tho
water and rescued him.
Mr. Kaun'niun'ffllno cotillion band and
not that of Messrs. Kramer Wlttlg,
furnished the music ou tho occasion of
the recent excursion to and plo nic at
Fort Jeffer&on. Mr. K. Is one of the
moat accomplished musicians in the
Tlie compositors of the 'Bulletin' ofllco
aro now engaged upon the sheriff's de
linquent list. It will bo published lu a
week or ten day.
I- I II, Ml -.. ,
Competitors fear "Barrett's."
By buying yourgroccrie. of J. U. Mctcalf,
who keeps a largo and lelcct .lock of tboLeit
family luppllci, nnd fclli cheaper than tho
clieapcit, No. 334 Washington nvenuo, op
poiito tho court home. marltf
fori JLlal for Hie Ul Hour Kncllnr at
Two o'clnek, JP. M.
A It RIVALS.
Oen. Andrrnon. Colum.i Win. While, Padncah;
Lumlnntj, ril. Luh; Anna. Cincinnati!-'
Hr.leUe, Earn Hale, "
Wauaoita, " Tyrone, NaahflUe; '
Qmckntf n, KTurnTlllr: Utile Gill. Mew Orleana;
Uraod Lxkr, lit Mmldr; Hello bt. I.ouM, Mrmphlx;
Allegheny Iltllo; J'ltu.; iMrldi WaUa;Eatpor
Oen. Anderson, ColumlHit.Wm. White. Padneah.
Anna, Ht. lunula; Luminary, Yickthuri;;
Uuie Gill. " , ylckler, Erantville;
Allegheny llelle.ft. Ioiila;Granri Lake, Membhia:
Helle. Louie, hem Hale, New Orleana;
DarldWalt. ' Jtelle Lee, Mew Orleaua;.
nuuiu, i-juauurj jeonawa,
The weather continue clearand
pleasant, and with reasonable indica
tions of its having become settled.
The Mississippi and Missouri are both
falllog for some distance above St. Louis,
but a rise of ten or fifteen feet is on its
way down the Missouri from the moun
tains. The Ohio Is falling rapidly at Pitt
burg with only seven feet water in the
channel. The entire amount of coal
shipped from Pittsburg on the last rise
footi up 2,600,000 bushels. The Kan a
wah is rising and the Ohio Is also alslng
from the mouth of the Kanawha to
Evansvllle. There I lz ftet large over
The Cumberland is falling, hut a bead
rise is coming down which will begin to
pas nasnvuie in a day or two.
Here the river ha fallen twelve Inches
slnco last report.
Business continue moderate. Our
readers will bear in mind tbat when
buslnesa is spoken of In this column it
moans only river buslnesa. The busi
ness of the city proper lie In the prov
ince of the local editor.
The Wm. White yesterday evening
brought out 41 hhds tobacco for reihip
mout to New York per rail, 60 bbls meal
for rcshlpment to Memphis, 5 half hhds
tobacco for rcshlpment to St. Louis, 27
pkgs potatoes and merchandise for Cairo.
The Quickstep brought 5 bbls flour for
1). Arter, Cairo, and the following for re
shipment to various points south: .15 bbls
meal and flour, 02 pkgs furniture, 10 bbls
eggs, 60 bbls whisky, 1 hhd tobacco, 80
Tho Tyrone brought 1 cedar chest for
Barclay Brothers, Cairo, and and follow
ing for reshlpment: Chloago-33 rolls
leather, CO bbls dried peaches; Now
York 10 hhds tobacco; St. Louis 62
pkgs codar waro, 28 bundles paper, 3 hhds
tobacco, 5 bales sheotlng; Now Orleuns
01 hhds tobacco, 33 pkgs codar ware;
Memphis 85 bbls flour, 0 tons bar Iron
Tito Wra. White, Capt, Northern, Is
tho regular packet for Paducah this p.m.
Tho Bello Memphis, Capt. Crane, Is
tho regular packet for Memphis this
Tho Cumberland, Capt. Lowth, is tho
regular packet forEvansvlllo this p.m.
Tho Tyrone, Captain Tom Harmon,
leaves for Memphis thla evening.
QitlHO AND PADUOAll" " " '
Tlio Hstit draught passenger moamt-r
JiSafi WM WIIITK,
It. V. NUKTHEKN
Will make rcKUlcr OAII.V TIUW lieHrren Cairo snd
I'a.lucal., lenvinK Ca ro eory evening (Sunday,
cet'lnl) atlitoo'clock, o x"" .
ihu While connect ut Paducah wilS 11k. v.. n:i
For ffoiaht or paagago annlv on uoanl. oc.lo
Mi' f. '- , ''.in U SjS
cAiaociri ciiaoTBiwriS' 3P
"iHAS. T. IIINDE,
rORWARMXG AMI COMMISSION
CAIKO Til tUFKIt COMPANY
Through Bllla of Lading give to iM
Ava.IIe.bla faint by Rail or Water.'
arSPKCIAb ATTENTION TO FORWAHDINO.
QAIKO AND NKW ORLEANS.
a pwt s -rr a vta IffTOtfMimti
COMPROMISE LINK STEAMERS A
ZMT-afW O OCt. Xj 33 3 ZVT M
W. R. AIlTlltm JONF,, MMler, '
LADY OA V . I1UIIK. Mnolrr,
HUTU , I'EUIIAM. Jliuter,
PAULINK CAIIICOLL.......WIHTK. Mn-ler,
B1KMAIICK - ENTMKBN, Mnfiter
LI7.7.IK CULL O'NEII., MnMt-r,
COMMON AVi: A l.'l'H ..CO.M.r, MfiMer,
OLIVK Bit A. VCII JONK., Mimtfr.
COTINK.TAI OUEKNOl llll Mfwl'r
ORRAT Itl'.PUULIC DO.NAI.D.'-ON MaKr
MIHMIKSII'II m -...OHEKN MnMcr,
TIIOMPHO.V lHAN I'KI'I'KB. Maler,
MOLLIE AIILK ......A1II.B, Mauler.
Comrriiltuj nil the I Urgent boat nut of Ht.
Onoof Hit-ul-ow lino of vtiamcra
Will leave Cairo Tor Now Orleans every
ConnoctliiK ut Ni Orlenin veltli Ocean Line fif Slctni
Liverpool, New V.irU. Ilorton, unit Gntvea
ton, Tciai. ,
raenger ami HIiIihth cm rely on nno (.f lhce
lxftt tearum Cmrn (tiiin'tlinllr t aUjtc. U ill ray
partlenUr tienti..n to all wuy froltflii"!"- Meinptie
lo Ne Orlcau. Ci!.S. T. IIIMK,
Oenernl Ac'-nt, Cairo.
Oir. f, mi Wliarn'al, I'uUli- l.nnUlnp.
ED. V. 8ISiON. I'aMenuer nnd Ticket A?ont.
Offli-c, at bt. Clmrle Hotel,
EM1MIIS AND ST. LOUIS
The following Iloat uoiniirl Ihla Line ami wtrt
run In the fiillowliiK nrderi
Arrive at Cairo, Arrive ot.OUro,
Iloata. J fow. cf- 7 .
HELLEST. IUIS, TirMly,A p.m Hatur'iay 1 .m
Zelaler, Marten' , ,
CITrOFCAIKO, ThiiriMly6 pm Monl).l a.m
BELLE MKMl'IIIH, Satorriar. 6p.m Thur., 1 a.m
Crane, Muter I
VICKHIIIIKO PACKETS. '
1 "Arrive at Cairo Arrive at Cairo,
CJTT OKALTO.V, Jn'clnl'y,.lSp.m Friday, J a.m
Areber, MMtrrj l
MAKIII.E i irr.
, MaMerl I
RUBICON, Friday, 0pm Sunday, l a. an
LCMINAltr, " "
Cooway, Mant r,
M. K. FOIBTTII, Sunday, p.m Wednvd'yta.m
JULIA, " "
Connecting at tit. Lnuiawi'h
rtharat Line Packet Company,
Kaakak Packet Compear,
Oeaali- Packet Cempaay,
aad Va: loua Railroad Llata.
Maaaphla and Willi Hirer Packet Co.,
Arkaaaaa Itlver Packet Coatpanjr,
M emplila ami Cliarleiloa It. IC,
At Vlekiburj with
Tasaa Klver Packets, and
Vlckabarf and Merldlaa Railroad,
Olvlnf Ihrouah billa lading and ticket to all available)
poluta by re flu.- river.
One on Wliarf.lxM-
ED. F. 8WSON, Ticket and I-wngr r Agent.
JASHVILLK AND CAIRO
Conahtinc of tho followls
)lonill(l pacner itcuinert:
blaster UAItl'Kl'..-.... Oeik
.lwter WOODS .... CTerk
.Jitter WE.VVER- ak
DAVIS M.tcr CAVIS... . Clejlc
Slaking airfntermrniatoJiidinca. and cMnr anecial
attention lo war lumincv
i.iias, i. lu.w'i., uvuerai AJfiil
OI'Jjo on WliariVoal.
MEMPHIS, W II ITU .RIVKR AND
II.MTKW bTATEK .MAILLINI-
JOHN II. DAVIS, Suii't. .Mrmt.hhi, Tenn.vce.
a3 Tli mili'iwllil atdn.wlicnt'
t- ales? PASSEXKEIt STEA31KRS
MAVKLOWEH, COMMERCIAL aud
LIIIKHTY No. 'A.
Luavn Mrmuhia ovitv TIMSDAY. THIinsniv
HATIIHDAV, at 5 p.m., fur While Itlver, cnnnoetlniat
uuvuira lilutl uilli thw Mumnliis and I.itllo Hot It lull
road for Little Itock Mid lint H
McinphU to I.itllo Illicit, 48 hour '
Freilitiaud l'aciigirs recoipted over tho above
Lino nt Iftwer rates than uiiy other route.
i;iia. T. lllfiUr;, AKt, Cairo. 111.
Olllco on Wharf-boat.
Consistinc: of tho followfncr
Siilonditl I'asspiiffcr Steamers:
A It. II AIM,
DUSOUCIIRT. .. ....Mwtcrl FOWLKK . clerk
I.eavf C'.iirw Funday aud Thurndoy at 6 p.m.
DKXTEIt 3Iter I GitAMMKIt ...'.CWJc
Lcavra Cairo Turtday and Friday at fi p.m. '
WM. A. L0WTM...Miter WUlailT ...-iClerk
Leave Cairo Wcdntuday and Haturday at S p.m.
Making all Intcrinodiata landing, and paying par
UeulManeutiou te Packet Freighla, . 1y