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Mi flhwntojj ulletto,
MONDAY, MAY 10, IBM.
rUDLIIllXD' ilY ioilK Itl ODXRLT CO.
K. B. HARKKLL, ASSOCIATE JCDITOK.
llliasla ventral K. It., ChisBjre or Tine.
Tbo trains now leave as follows:
, GOINO noutil: .
Mai train leavox at t o'clock a.m.
Kipresa" " ....... ............ 2:40 ' p.m.
Mall train arrive t........... t o'clock a.m,
Express " " 4:tl " p.m.
Way, leaves it . 4:30 o'clock a.m.
EiprMn, m..-m.... .. i.l'i " p.m.
Way, arrivea it 6.30 " p.m.
Eiprea .;..IM.....M....MM..n..... T:N " , .m.
Dally, Sundays excepted.
first-class Htoro room or office. Inquire
of MIchelson & Bros. 3t
Any Subscriber of the 'Evening
Bulletin' frtlllnirto receive the dally Issue
thereof, will plcaso make It known at
An individual, whoso hair Is well
froetcil, and who Is wonderfully devout,
at times, was "the observed of all ob
Bcrvorn," In one of our churches, last
night. IIo slept during tho entire ser
vice. The veryuttractlve, varied and strictly
seasonable stock of dry-goods, notions,
etc., just opened nt GoMstlne & Rosen
wuter's, has not been surpassed by any
purelmso brought to the Cairo market
during "the ceason. Ladles, especially,
will be pleased with it. myldSt
The editor of the Columbus 'JMtputch'
withdrew from the contest for city clerk
ship, in Columbus, a few days before the
eleutlou; and Was not, therefore, as wo
supposed, defeated In tho race. Sum
mors doe.iii't frequent saloons and drink
enough to be a gueeesxful electionecrer.
The strong,- roomy steamer 'Under
writer' will place herself at the service
of pic nlc or other parties for excursions,
or servo parties who may want towing
done, on tho most reasonable term.
Capt. Duggan Is a whole-souled gentle
man, ami wo should be glad to ice his
boat liberally patronized.
The neighboring town of Charleston 1h
evidently looking up. Tho "Courier'
suyH that Joe Courtway recently sold
thirty by sixty feet front from his lot on
tho corner of Main and Commercial
streets for $750. Messrs. Danforth, tho
purchasers, propose tho Immediate erec
tion of u businetH house upon their pur
chase. .lcro tlir nUtalii.
We take tho following paragraph from
the lapt Charleston 'Courier:'
Mr. V. O'Jlryan, formerly a resident of
Natchez. Mississippi, the other day pur
chased the farm known as the HunUr
farm, In Lucas Rend, paying 10,OH)
therefor, and also the W. 11. Hush jdace
in Long Prairie, for $2,600 tho fatter
farm intended as a present to his daugh
ter We ure pleased to seo monled men
coming among us In this way.
The' fact contributor" of tho Carlln
vlllo 'Democrat' pays a deserved com
pliment to tho beauty and Intelligence
of the young ladles of Cairo, mentioning
several of them by name. Wo concur
in every utterence of tho "fat contribu
tor," but must, injustice to a portion of
our ladles whom ho doed not raontion,
Inform him that tho "farlest fish that
ever swam In tho Cairo sea, have been
caught." In other words, at tho risk of
exciting tho resentment of our really
good-looking young ladles, we mutt nay
that tho handsomest womon of Cairo
are fouud among our wives and mothers!
Tbo Very Place.
Persons may talk about this place or
that place as being the best place to buy
boots aud shoes, but when figures are
compared and the goods critically exam
ined, It will be found that the true place
to buy such articles Is at Elliott, Hay
thorn fc Co' Commercial Avenue,
botween Eight and Ninth street Cairo
Illinois. Duriug the lust week thoy ad
ded over two thousand dollars worth of
ladies and children's shoes to tholr al
ready tremendous stock, and tho result
Is they mquII, crowded, with tho fresh
est, finest, most fashlonablo line of
female foot-wear, over brought to Cairo.
And they are equally well prepared to
serve tho wants of tho "worser" sldo
of humanity tho moti and boys hav
ing over fourteen thousand pairs of boots
and shoes, of overy grade, size and price.
Ifyouwanta pair of loots or shoes,
"put monoy In your purse," and go right
straight to Elliott, Ilaythorn & Co's.
Messrs. Closo fc Jamos, manufacturers
of tobacco In this city, luform us that
they have sold every pound of tobacco
they havo manufactured, nud that their
brands aro In good demand both at home
and in tho South. Thoy aro confident
that they can manufacture tobacco here
now so as to successfully competo with
St. Louis or Cincinnati; and, that when
tho Cairo Planters' Tobacco "Wttrohouao
Co., Inaugurato their sales, Cairo can
then make and sell tobacco at uh low
rates as any point Itl tho United States.
There aro substantial reasons for the
faith of theso goutlomon In Cairo as a
tobacco murkot for tho manufactured
artlclo, which any porson will under
stand who will rellect upon tho closo
proximity of tho best tobacco-growing
regions of tho South, aud tho unoqualod
facilities enjoyed allko for tho concen
tration of stock hero and tho distribution
of tho manufactured arllolo. In truth a
largo fortuno Is In resorvo for tho gontlo
men who peraovoro, for a few years, In
tho mauufaoturo of tobacco In Cairo.
Do cur merchants and business men in
tend to tamely submit to the Illinois Cen
tral railroad company's discrimination
gainst them in the matter of frelghts
on the shipments from Chicago? If they
do, they deserve UJ the 'burdens that
company can Impose upoq them. A
Parties receiving Chicago consign
ments thrvugh Cairo are charged by that
company 40 cents per hundred pounds.
Cairo business men reoelrlBg Chicago
consignments are compelled. to Dy one
dollat per hunrded pounds (Here is a dis
crimination equaling one hundred and
fifty per centum against Cairo I Why Is
this? It is because the people of Cairo
permit itl If our merchants will advise
their Chicago correspondents to ship Tia
the Chicago, Alton A St Louis road and
the Mississippi river, the Illinois Central
road will be brought to terms In a week.
We again ask, will the business men
of Cairo submit to a continuance of this
extortron? Is the Illinois Central so
all-powerful that they are afraid of it?
When It takes from their pockets one
dollar for the same service It performs
foracitlsen of-Columbus for forty cento,
it takes sixty cents that, in Justice and
equity does not belong to it Aro our
tongues tied, or our limbs palsied that no
remonstrance, no step towards a self
vindication Is made? Once before, we
pointed out this wrong business men
expressed themselves in warm terms;
but there their resistance ceased! Wo
again hold up to view tho outrago upon
them, aud again ask If It shall not bo
nrgKulcatloa of lh Hoard of Under
write. Tho Cairo Board of Underwriters met
on Saturduy, May 7, and organized un
der the charter recently granted by the
State Legislature, and approved by tho
Governor March 13, 1800. Tho officers
elected to serve for tho ensuing year aro
President Samuel It. Hay.
Vlco President Wm. II. Morris.
Secretary James S. Itearden.
Treasurer Henry H. Can dee.
Surveyor I'red. Bross.
The following committees wero ap
pointed and ratified by the Board:
Executive Committee A. B. Suflord,
S. B. Hay, Jas. .SMtearden. .
Committee on liatcs S. It. Hay, II.
H. Cundee, Jas. 8. Itearden, K. Bross aud
M. V. Young
Committee on Arbitration and Ap
peal S. It. Hay, Wm. II. Morris and
Jan. S Itearden.
Committee on Fines and Penalties
S. B. Hay, "Win. IT. Morris, Jamew S.
Under tho charter, tho chairman of
cither ono of the committees has power
to issue supennasand compel tho attend
ance of witnesses, and to administer
oaths to persons or witnesses In cases
coming under their Jurisdiction, and to
do ami perform other things within the
moaning of the act creating tho Board.
Old S!tawn AwiUs.
Mr W. P. Jumps Informs us that tho I
citizens of Shawncetown have caught
tho eplrt of enterprise that they have
'got It bad." On Tuesday a largo and
enthusiastic meeting was held thero in
the Interest of tho Shawneetown aud
Edgowood railroad. A largo number of
substantial Kentucklans were present,
among others, N. W. Casey, esq. The
president of the road, Mr. Thomas S.
Rldgway, gave the assurance that the
entire lluo would be completed and
equipped within eighteen months, and
that before the present year, at least
seveuteen miles of the road out from
Shawneetown would be finished aud in
Mr. Temple, president of tho Shawnee
tewn & Ashley road is also confident that
his road will be built within two years
the present pospeot being as encoura
ging as he could wish. All of which
looks well for Shawneetown, and upon
the score of it we congratulate her.
Loral Bailatu Nolle.
Every Item inserted In our loc al col
unuis is rend by at least one thjusand
persona, dally, Whllo we would not
disparage onr advertising columns as a
medium of communication with the
public, we may say, nevertheless, that
the increaaod price chargod for business
notices In our local columns is fully au
thorized by tho increased notoriety
secured. This Is understood by many of
our patrons and henco tho numerous
business and personal notices that aro
found interspersed among our Items of
local iiows. Our charges are 20 conts a
lluo (10 words) for the first insertion
and 10 cents per lino for each subsequent
Bring ou your business "locals" then,
and in less than two days wo will havo
tho wares you advertise, talked about In
every family of tho city. tf
Save your lives and property. A..
Eraser is agent for tho copper scroll light
ning rod company and will fill all orders
promptly. Call at once and havo them
put on your buildings. This i the best
and safest rod now made. Shop ou Com
mercial uvouuo, between Eleventh and
Twelfth strcot. apl24d3m
Trumlt Steumor Ornernl Amleron.
Hereafter tho transit Bteamer General
Anderson will leave Cairo for Columbus
at 2 a.m, and -1 p.m. Returning will
arrlvo at Cairo atl :S0 a.m. and 2:30 p.m.,
making closo connections with tho cars
of the Illinois Central and .Mobile &
Ohio railroads. mySdlw
Tho Sunflower Billiard Saloon, on Ohio
Levee, is furnished with tho latest styles
of tables, and the bar supplied wlfh tho
moat excellent liquors. Freo lunch le
ipreail everyday at 0 a. m. and 10 p, m.
The business bofore 'Squlro Shannessy
this forenoon comprised three "plain
drunkay" and.no.more, in. two of which,
much to the astonishment and" delight
of &XBitS4i'ibihA m"onJy."
William Brlman saturated his tusofa-'
gus with liquid blltzen, to the utter? dis
comfiture of his legs, and was snatched
for "drunkenness." Fined $1. Paid.
EmmaCoyle, a regular old rip, patron
ized the "flowln bole," aud grew hilari
ous beyond the bounds of propriety. Sho
was fined $1 aud costs, and having no
money, was calaboosed for seven days.
Charles Utter back ventured to risk the
Consequences of a few "Jiggers," and be
came Intoxicated. A fine of SI and tho
costs was Imposed, which ho paid on the
Barclay Brothers Ilarrett'H agents,
Cairo, Illlnolt. my 10 d&wlw
Candidates for Jollet.
Jos Arnold seems to have an "eye
special" for the offenders against tho
peace and dignity of SUte. Ho brought
before Bross to-day threo negroes, two
under the chargo of larceny and ono
under tho charge of burglary.
Last February Charley Johnson visi
ted a negro family domiciled in tho bar
racks and arranged for board at tho rato
of six dollars and fifty cents per week.
Whllo tho colored madam was preparing
tho Initial repast Charles lifted two
silver watches, worth S,v, from tho wall
and decamped. Ho never "turned up"
until Saturday whon Arnold nabbed
him. IIo failed to give ball to day In
tho sum of 400 and was bent to tho
James Jackson stole a fine pair of boots
from Walker fc Slsson's saloon. His
guilt being established ho was sent to
Jail In default of 200 ball.
The third caso was that of Anna De
shay, a chronic thief in a petty way,
who stole a foot-scraper from the portico
of. Mr. Webb's residence. Sho was sent
Tnese parties wero all urrested ou
Saturday and tried before 'Squire Bross
"Barrett's" took the First Premium'
Come to Parsons, Davis t Co.'s queens
ware house aud sec their large and splen
did stock of new goods Just opened. An
Invoice of tho finest Tea Trays and
Knife Baskets oyer seen In Cairo, re
ceived to day. Remember tho place,
No. 5 and 7, Thornton's building, Tenth
"Barrett's" has become a staple.
Mr. ICauflmann advertises his ability
to furnish flrst-chtBs music ou tho occa
sion of balls, parties and excursions, he
being a highly accomplished musician
himself and having first-class assistance
always at his command. Ho also gives
lessons on any kind of an Instrument.
"Barrett's is cooling and delightful.
If you want a sood 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,
beteen Eleventh and Twelfth street,
where he has moved to, aud fitted up the
largest and most complete shop In
Particular attention given to steam
boat and mill work, copper smithing
and sheet iron work, such as chimneys,
brcecher escaping steam-pipes, etc.
"Barrett's" knocks everything.
ExcbmS ul rte ale, hMarday Mm J 18.
The ladles of the Methodist Church
give an excursion on Saturday, May 15th
to Fort Jefferson, Ky., on the steamer
Underwriter, which will make two trips
from Cairo, leaving at 8. 30 a. m. and
1. 30 p. m.
Tickets for the round trip adults,
one dollar; children under fifteen years
Of age, TWENTY-FIVE CENTS.
A refreshment stand will be on the
ground for the accommodation of thoso
who do not take their own picnic pro
visions. Proposals for tho privilego of keeping
a refreshment stand, excluding tho sulo
of all splrltous or malt liquors, will be
received by tho committee, Mrs. Slack
and Sirs. Mason, until Thursday noxt.
llll I I - I
'Barrett's" Prize Hair Restorative.
may 10 d&w
By buying your groceries of J. II. 3tetcalf,
who keeps a largo and select stock of tho boat
finally supplies, and sella clicapor than tho
cheapest, 2To. 33t Washington avenue, op
posite the court house. mar5tf
"Barrett's" Renowned nalr Bestora
lye. ICIVEK XKWS.
l'ort Ms! far Hie 24 IIoiitm KiiiIIiik at
Two o'clock, 1. M.
On. Anderson, Clum.
Waimltn, St. Louis.
Hollo McmphU, "
Honry Amo. "
Wm. Whllo. I'mliionhj
Knto I'utiinm, l'auburg.
IVtri 1, KauuHii.
Dexter, Now GrU-nrw
(i roil I ltoi.iiLllo.
Mury Alloc, "
Jno. LnniKitrn. V.iiliville. Sliurlc.
.Mariiio flty, vioKkMin;
Silver Moon, Memphis. -'!' nf Culro Memphis
fJon. Arulerin, Columtus. Win, Whllo. Patlucah.
.vi. siiiwi-i run,
Knte i'iitimm, H. I.oum.
Hollo .Metmllil, "
Mnry Alice. "
Virciiiln, Now Qrleau.
Henry Anie. "
(1cm, Tuna Itlver.
City of Ciifro. '
Mury HoiiKtoii, "
Jno. I.tiinsilcn, Niuhvillc
Corn 8., "
fcllver .Moon. "
Julia, VU Uiiburg.
Tho weather has been bright and ex
tremely plensant for tho past two days,
and there are no signs of a chango as we
The Mississippi and Missouri are both
falling for a long way above 8t. Louis,
but a head rise Is oh its' way dowi the
Missouri. As it has 8,000 miles to come,
it may bo absorbed by the bars and.
banks before reaching the moHth.
Tho Ohio is falling at Pittsburg with,
six feet water in the channel, but rising
from Kanawha to Cairo, with eight feet
water over the falls.
The Cumberland is about stationary,
with six feet on Harpeth Bhoalsj.,
Here the river became stationary last
evening and seems to be rising a little
Business on the river moderate.
The Cumberland brought out a very
slim trip on Saturday evening, but re
ports having done a good way business.
The White brought out a fair lot of
Cairo freight, 1 hhd tobacco for reshlp
ment to Bt. Louis, 30 bbls meal for Mem
phis. Tho Lumsden brought out 4 hhds to
bacco for reshlpment to New York per
rail, 137 ditto for New Orleans, 115 bars
iron, 23 pkgs ccdar'buckcta for 8t. LouIb.
Hue discharged, atPadncah, 37 hhds to
bacco for Louisville, 27 do for New York,
15 do for Evansvllle, making altogether
220 hhds tobacco which she brought out
of Cumberland river.
Tho Great Republic discharged here
20 crates ware, 12 casks wiuo, 1 hhd hu
gar, 5 bbls molasses, 17 pkgs coffee and
The Armada brought out 35 bbls whis
ky, 40 hhds tobacco, 5 tons sundries for
reshlpment south, and the following for
Cairo: Pohlo & Stockileth, 20 bbls whis
ky; E. B. Hcndrick, 10 pkgs; J. Prtirss,
ditto; Chas. Oaliighcr, 182 bags wheat;
passenger on board 0 cows, 1 yeurling, 1
calves; I. C. B. It., 14 pkgs.
IP1' diluting unilcrrono thorough repairs,
tiu-.fTTflJwnd ten flttrilup tu lolly to nccom
ni'VUtn excursion t:irtlei anil picnic. Ton'ng,
Jobbmir, liftlnir. h reck to it, pumping nl nlmot any
thing tli.it inn lx Jonu by any uteamboat. For par
tiniUrn apply on fcoiirJ the boat, head of Eighth treet.
to myMtfl It W. DL'OA.V.
1AIKO AND PADUOAII
The I. gilt draught poiuteiigrr Steamer
r--$j WM. AVIIITK,
It. y. NoltTIIKRN..- - .M - -.Mauler,
J. M. IIKVKl.hr Clerk.
Wlllmalio repuler D.UI.T TMPd between Cairo and
Pu'lneah, leaving Cairo every evening (Sundays ex
cepted) at fire o'clock.
The White connect! at Palneah witMheNew Orleana
ami OhtorAlIro&l, ami the Cumberland ami Tcnnenco
Tor fre ivlit or rage applr on boinl, or lo
M. J, IIUCKt.kr, Agent.
innO-Ut Cnlni. IlllnoU.
UOIl KKNT.-Tho office on the recoail floor,
f- oTr Miller k Miller' cUthing itore, at reftinftV.I
term. Apply at Miller MlUvr's. myb-tf
17IK KS'.NT. Tlii Iee bulhllng on l t, II J.
. lately occupied by 1'aiker & Phillips and Wm.
Winter. I'o,clon given immediately.
C. WINtjTO.V. No. 74 OhloLcTce.
I?OR SALE. CIIKAP Now Cottage, and threo
loti, corner Locutt and Sixteenth ttreeta.
nwrloVltf OllEKS A CilLUKUT, Altr,"
Valuable Iloaars, lol, Eta., Ktc..
Will be unlci at public auction at a credit of three and
nix montha, at the corner of Itoant and Water streeti.
InCohUMllUri. KENTUCKT.on the M day of June!
Is to, commencing at 9 o'clock a m. and continuing Uli
O.NK DWELLING HOUSE AN LOT, (wheroTM.
Home now reiidea.)
ONK THUKK-8TOnr BKICK BUSINKSS HOUSE
AND LOT on WaUr slrest, (lately occupiea by T. M.
Three blank lota on Iloon atrect.
ONK-IIALF OP USIUK UUSINESS HOUSE, three
storlea, on Water street, occupied by Hlngo k. Co.. m
ONE-FIFTII COLUMBUS WATER WORKS
All being in Columbas, Ky., and belonging to eatat
of T.M. Ilarn. bankrupt.
Further pareculari mado known at sole, or Inquire
at raducah, Ky., of J. M, niaOKJL
mytTukCatd Asilgates of T. M. Horue.
Cor. Elevcutb Wsitklag-leai Avenue
Keeps on hand the, cslebraUd Crane A lireedn and
ltiymonili metallic burial eases.
AIo, black velvet, walnut or stained co fans made to
order, at vry low pricei .
Mr, Keith performs his own work, being a practical
cortin maker, aud Is therefore able lo icllcncaper than
anyb dy else. rnytSm
Q W. GREEN,
(Sticeenor to Kallls, Oreen ft Co.,)
Or X) KT T
(jeuerul CouimUsIou Merchant,
MICHELSON & BRO
Fruit, Vegelables and Country Produce
ll7ofcsa?c and JTclail,
No. Its Commercial Avenuo, corner Ninth Street,
Orders filled with iWnpab-h, and delivered In any
port of the city; choice butter always on hand. Steam-
:ont siinplieil. n. .niL iir.i ji,
Epocially dcsiKtied for tho use of tho Medical I'm.
fosMou and tho Iiimlly, posicsslng thoso iutrinsio
medicinal proportion which belong to an old nud Puru
lndlpeniablo to Females. Good for Kidney Com-
nlninta. A ,iil Iplnna Tunln. I'm iinin..... ...... , I
lug one doien bottles oach, and sold by all Jruggitt,
grocers. Jtc. A. M. Blnlugsr A Co., uatablUhcd 1778,
u m.ntr iirai, ntiv jurtt, inorJiAliy
rjHA8. T. UINI)E,
FORWARDING INI) COMMISSION
CAIRO TRANSFER COMPANY
Through Dllla at Lftdltisr Rlreu to ll
Avavllahle Point by Hall or Water.
SOS-SPECIAL ATTENTION TO FOnWAHDINa.
QA1HO AND NKW OltLKANS
. ATLANTIC AND MISSISSIPPI
COMPROMISE LIKE STE.VMIIUS
W. It. AltTIlUIln
lADV aw... .,
intntr .a. a
rllTIXE. T A I. ....
OHEKNOt OH MMt'r
(JIIKAT HI'.I'UJIL.IC .UO.NAI.IU.N..M04lfr
MISSISSIPPI flltEEN M.'er,
THOMPSON DKA.V l'EI'Pr.R, Master,
MOLitlU A1II.I0 ABLE, Miuler.
Compmlng oil tho flnet and larjiest boats out of St.
Ono of t lie above lino of tteamers
Will lenvo Cnlro Tor New Orlcnns eury
Connecting at New Orfians with Ocean Line ef Steam
I.lYrpool. vCw VorU. Ilonlnn, nml Onlvcs
nn.MiKKM nml lutitr can relv on one at tb ir
.fliro Itlini'lliailT n m-j.H mii7
tiarilrular attention to all nay frelaliti
all navfrelaIitllor Mempn.s
to New Orleanx.
t HA", r. niiurk,
npfinrol Aaent. Cairo.
OlHee, mi Wharfat. PuUk Lanil i:,'.
ED. K. hON. l'ivieniier and Twkt Agent.
Otllee, at St. Charlc Hutel.
EM I'll lo AND ST. LOUIS
: isod. :
Tho following Boata comprlne this Line uad WiH
run In tho following "ttlet :
'Arrlvo at Cruro,
Arrive at Cairo,
BELLE ST. I.riS,
Tuesday, fl p.mj
BELLE M KM I'll IS,
Satunlay. 5 p.m Tlmrs., 1 a.m
Arrivo ut Cairo,
CITr OK ALTON.
Prldaf, 1 a.m
MAIIHLi: CITV. ,
HUIIICON, Kri.lay, 8 p.m
Sutxtay, 1 n.m
LUMINAltr, " "
M. E. KOIWVTII, Sunday, 6 p.m
Haney, Matter; I
JULIA. . " "
Callahan, Matter. I
Connecting atEt. Louuwrth
Northern Ziluc Pncket Coiiiinuy,
Keoknk Packet Company,
Omaha Packet Company,
aad Varloua UnllroKd Lima.
Mtmphla and White Hlver PnekK Co.,
Arkansai River I'acket Coiupnny,
Mtmphla anil Charleston U. H.
and HUalaalpplSb Tennessee n.K
Tasoo Hlver Packet, and
Ylcksburg ami Meridian Itallroad,
alvlni throngh bill lading and tickets to all avall.ibe
pointa by rafl or river.
CHAS. T. HINPE, General Agent.
OITlctt on WhorMioai.
ED. F. 81SSCN, Ticket and Pasnenger Agent.
jq-ASHVILLE AND CAIRO
$Hr I) A I L Y LIXLM-SBa
Consiitinc of tho followini:
tsplcndlil pnfscnjor ateamors:
8IM8 - Mocter HAKPEH Clerk
STHONO Jlwter WOODS
HARMON Master WI-UVER......
DAVIS Maiter I TAVIS Clwk
Making all IntermeniatoV'andinga, and giving spcci.i1
attention to way biixnesa.
dec2l 'Cid Oittce ou Wharfbont.
MEMPHIS, WRITE RIVER AND
UNITED STATES MAIL 1JNE.
JOHN II. UAVISSup't, Memphis, Tennfs
Tho HDlciuliil si(icwlionl
''mL- "Assl.MJKK STEAME.'
M AVVLIIWKH. I'OSIMRUni U. ,
, HIIKKTV Xo.,
LeSvo Momidus overy Tl'ISDAY. THUllPI
HATUltDAV, ut 3 p.m., for White ltiver, eonn '-y 110 J
Duvair HUIII itli tli Mtmimis and I.ittlo 1
road for Little Hock ami Hot Spring
flt'iupiua iu 1.1111U itovb, -to uouro.
Freighla and Puiengi'rs rocoipted oe
Line at lewcr rate-, than nnv othor route.
UHAs. T. 1I1NUK, Agent, A ,
1VANSVILLR AND OAU 0
DEXTER -..Master auAMIK.....l..tv,t
Leaves fmro Tueiiay in i yf),lay a, s p m
WM. A. LOWTII...Ma.trYwjila7ir: - ciorlc
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