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TUESDAY, MAY 11... Met.
FUBLIflHED BT JOHN K. OHKHLT CO.
M. II. HARRKLL, AS0OUUTA KDJTOR.
llllaola Central R. Change or Time.
The trains nowleuvo as follows;
Mail train leaves at , I o'clock km.
Express ' " ,. 2:10 ' p.m.
Mall train mires at ,". z o'clock a.m.
Express " " ....... ...... 4M " p.m.
Way, leave it.,
,4:90 o'clock aim.
way, arrive at ...... ..
Dally, Sundays excepted.
CM " p.m.
7sM " a.m.
Any Subscriber of tbe 'Evtming
Bulletin' falling to receive the daily Issue
inereor, will please make It. Known at
BtMlncss throughout the city, although
not absolutely brisk, Is a decided Im
provement upon that of this time last
year. Our merchant generally have
very full houses, and seem to be driving
n satisfactory trade. In the produce
market there does not seem to be much
The work upon tho custom house Is
progreBsing quite rapidly. .Everything
ih at hand, however, ready for use, thw
workmen having nothing to do but to
adjust It to ItH proper place. Tho walls
of tho third story have, at two or thrco
points, rucclved tho window sills.
Tho building, when completed, will be
a very imposing one, nnd will make- that
part of the city "loom up."
Tho following dltpatoh addressed to
Harl P. Christie, esq., appears in the
Decatur 'Magnet j'
CAiiiOjMay 8, 1800.A negro, nntned
Sam, a relative of yours, way eaten up,
while In astato of Intoxication, by the
rats. JIIj funeral will Lake place to
morrow, ut 11 o'clock. Come down.
The funeral of the rats will probably
follow in a day or two, us It Is understood
that Sliohir, while down here, furnished
tlio negro tho whisky.
'I he C . mill v. n. it.
The work performed by tho contrac
tors of the Cairo und YIncemios rallroud
on tins cud of the lino is of tho moit
complete and substantial character. The
outside slope of the embankment, be
tween Cairo and Cache river will have
an cnyslopoof foilr or fivo feet horizon
tal to one foot perpendicular, or very
nearly the naino slope preserved In our
wharves. 'I he objectof this Is to destroy
the lateral pressure of the water when
tho rivers overflow their banks; and wo
think it a very wife precaution. Tho em
bankment Is the sumo height of the
Ohio levco, being about forty four feet
above low water mark, and from eight
to twclvn feet abovo tho natural surface
of the ground.
There was a meeting of the Southern
Illinois Normal School Commissioner at
Central! last week, and Centralla never
teat so clever. JJig free dinners were
spread, and free carriages convoyed tho
commissioners to various localities in
and about the city, any oue of which
can bo commanded as a site for the nor
mal school. Shouldn't wonder.
Up to tbia date tho following towns
have entered the ring to contest for the
Shelbyvllle, Irvlngton, Vienna, Jones
ttbro, Effingham, Carlylo, Centralla, Ta
maroa, DuQuoln, Carbondale, Benton,
Harrisburg, Vandalia, Pana, Bellville,
Mattoon, Charleston, Cobden, Olney,
Paris, Fairfield, Carml, Salom and Leb
anon. Some of them will scarcely receive a
momeut's thought, for the reason they
do not deserve It. Joncsboro prospeots,
Just now, are looming up big. It Is, un
questionably, the place for the university.
Th. Tobacco MoTiimiat.
The succes of tho cfTort to establish a
tobacco market In Cairo depending upon
the favor of citizens, the Interest already
excited argues well for the movement.
No enterprise requiring the association
of capital, over undertaken In Cairo,
gave equal assurance of good returns.
Every dollar of stock subscribed will re
main in Its original shape In money
and be held sacred as n fund from which
advances are to bn made upon consign
ments. No outside speculations, such as
the establishment of steamboat lines,
the purchase of real estato, etc., will bo
undertaken. Tho company will strictly
confine itself to its legitimate business.
With this understanding, there should
bo no trouble In securing tho capital re
quired to placo the project oil a euro foot
ing, nt onco. A first class Inspector will
bo employed to guard the company
against unduo advances, etc., and herein
will Ho the bulk of tho expense It
seems to us that a better chance for in
vestment of money has not been pre
sented In Cairo for many a day. Thero
is no doubt ubout our ability to com
mand tho patronage of n largo portion of
outhwestern Kentucky, and tho need
ful attontlon of St. Loul, Chicago and
other heavy buyers. The St. Louis buy
er can take Mipper at homo, board ttio
curs, attend a nnlo in Cairo nt 10 o'clock
tho next day, and, if ho choose, rotum
with his purchases tho samo evening,
losing only ouo day from hlB business
No other point, near the tobacco Holds
of tho South, Is so eligibly situated.
ThoSunilower JJHIIard Saloon, on Ohio
Levee, is furnished with tho latest styles
of tubles, and tho bur unpolled witli tho
most excellent liquors. Free lunch 'a
spread overyday at 9 a. m. and 10 p. m.
Tti PnMIe lhal Library Association.
The Incorporators of the Cairo Public
and proceeded to ah organization under;
the charter reoeutly granted by thelegia
lature. The officers of the association,
which consist of a president, vice presi
dent, secretary, treasurer, librarian ad
mn directors, are to be eleoted annually
ea the second Friday la January, byi(he
stockholders, each ahare of stock repre
senting one, vote.
Shares of stock were fixed at five
Any person paying twenty five dol
lars Into the treasury shall be entitled
to five share of. stock, and a, life mem
bership, exempt from the annual dues
or assessments- Any person ynay be
come a member of the association and
entitled to the advantages of the library
upon the payment of 6ne dollar and
twenty five cents, semi-annually in ad
vance. Messrs. E. P. Burllngham, C. H. Foote
andM. B. Harrell were appointed an a
committee to draft by-laws for the asso
ciation. They aro to report their action
to a meeting of the incorporators to be
held at tho residence of 8. P. Wheeler,
esq., ou Saturday evening next.
It Is the purpose to label and catalogue
the books on band at as early a day as
possible, and throw the library open for
the uso of tho members. The librarian
will attend on Saturday afternoon from,
2 to 6 o'clock p.m., and on Tuesday
evening from 7 to 0 o'clock, the year
Ladles or gentlemen desiring member
ship can, any time after Saturday next,
stcuro the proper certificates upon ap
plication to tho secretary, Mr. E P. Bur
llngham, or tho treasurer. Rev. C. H.
Footo. Persons desiring life membership
will makcapplication to tbe same parties
The incorporators of the association
aro D. IlurtI, Joel 0. Morgan, C. II.
Foote, W. II. Green, E. P. Ilurliugham,
S. P. Wheeler and M. II. Harrell, As an
r adoption of the by-laws and a comple
tion of the organization are among the
work to be performed at the meeting on
Saturday evening next, It Is highly Im
portant that all tho Incorporators shoujd
'Jinrrettfii" took theTIrst Premium
To Prosper, Advertise.
There never was a better season for
merchants to Invest in advertising than
tho present. Trade lias not opened as
auspiciously as many supposed, and It is
appurent to all that Ihosu who will do a
successful business this season, will be
they who put forth the strongest exer
tions. In no way can merchants so ad
vantageously bring their wares before
the public us 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. On Saturday lost, at 8t. Paul, Minne
sota, as Mr. Charles Wood, Agent of the
St Paul and Sioux City Itailoud, was
crossing St. Paul Bridge, with a package
of money, amounting to $0000, In his
hand, belonging to the Milwaukee and
SU Paul Railway, and when near the
middle of the bridge, stumbled, and In
trying to recover his balance, dropped
the money, which rolled otf tbe bridge
into the river, ninety feet below. It
sunk Immediately, and all effort to re
cover It proved unavailing
"Barrett's" has become a staple.
''Save your lives and property. A..
Fraaer is agent for tbe copper scroll light
ning rod company and will fill all orders
promptly. Call at onee and have them
put on your buildings. This ! the best
and safest rod now made. Shop on Com
merclal avenue, between Eleventh and
Twelfth street. apl24d3m
"Barrett's Lj cooling and delightful.
If you want a good stove, ortin ware
hollow-ware, copper or sheet-iron ware,
tin roof, gutter, or anything in that line,
call on A. Fraaer, Commercial avenue,
beteen Eleventh and Twelfth streot,
where he has moved to, and fitted up the
largest and most complete shop In
Particular attention given to steam
boat and mill work, copper smithing
and sheet Iron work, such as chimneys;
breecher escaping steam-pipes, etc.
"Barrett's" knocks everything.
r.xriiruloii nnd I'lo tile, Nuturdny 5f ny 1.7.
The ladles of tho Methodist Church
give an excursion on Saturduy, May 15th
to Fort Jefferson, Ivy., on the steamer
Underwriter, which will raako two trips
from Cairo, leaving at 6. 30 a. ni. and
1. 80 p. m.
Tickets for tho round trip adults,
one dollar; children under fifteen years
Of age, TWENTY-FIVE CENTS.
A refreshment stand will bo on tho
ground for tho accommodation of those
who do not take their own picnic pro
Proposals for tho privilege of keeping
a refreshment stand, excluding tho sulo
of all spiritous or malt liquors, will bo
received by tho committee, Mrs. Slack
and Mrs. Mason, until Thursday noxt.
- i i ii i i 1 1
' 'Barrett's" Prlzo Ilalr Restorative.
may 10 d&w
Money Saved I ,
By buying yourgrocerics of J. II. Metcnlf,
who kcopi a largo nnd tolect stock of tho best
family supplies, nnd sells cheaper than tho
cheapest, No. 331 "Washington avenue, op
posltg tlio court house. v innr5tf
' " i !
"Barrett's" Renowned Hair Restora-lye.
my 10 d&wlw
Tha mftA nAAl(no rTHt RAT A At rstiiu
ell will be held to-morrowT(Wedhealay)
Dan Bice, with one of tlio meanest
" take-In" shows that ever traveled, is
holding forth in Central Illinois. Tho
show h so decidedly ''one ImrW Hint
Dan can scarcely brag about It himself.
8ee Mr. A. O'Donnell's advertisement.
He proposes to sell at a great bargain
his property on Commercial Avenue.
Call on him, if you want a bargain in
aatle Window Mnqde Factory.
Bead whatCapt. J. H. Phillips causes
to be published in another column, and
call on him when you need window
shades. He offers groceries and provis
ions at a price that will enable poor men
to live. Choice flour at (0,00 per barrel.
Think of that I
TrMJt.U Ntenancr General Anderson.
Hereafter the transit steamer General
Anderson will leave Cairo for Columbus
at 2 a.m. and 4 p.m. Returning will
arrive at Cairo at 1 :30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m.,
making closo connections with the cars
of the Illinois Central and 31obllo &
Ohio railroads, inyCdlw
The police courts are no longer prolific
In Items of interest. A few plain drunks,
a few disorderly drunks, au occasional
bout at fisticuffs form the sum total of a
To-day Fanny Hopkins was brought
before 'Squlrn Bross on a charge of disor
derly drunkenness, and fearing Bross'
rod of Justice, secured a change of venue
to Shannessy. That old functionary
sent her up for teti days.
Mary Black, chawd with vagrancy,
also took a change of venue to Shannes
sy, and was similarly disposed of.
Thomas O'Mara had bcecn drunk, and
was not ashamed to confess it. Ho had
paid for ills own whlsky,had not smashed
anything In fact, his drunk was a mild
one, requiring the Infliction of a line of
only two dollars and costs. Having no
money, Thomas was consigned to the
calaboose seven days.
Lornl Jtaaluc Xnlcta.
Every Item Inserted In our local col
umns is read by at least one tluiisand
person, dally. While vo would not
disparage onr advertising columns as a
medium of communication with the
public, we may say, nevertheless, that
the Increased price charge 1 for business
notices in our local columss is fully au
thorized by tho Increawd notoriety
secured. This Ik understood by many of
our patrons aud hence tlio numerous
business and personal not.ces that aro
found Interspersed among our items of
local news. Our charges aro 20 cents a
line (10 words) for the first insertlou
and 10 cents per l.'io for each subsequent
Bring on your business "locals" (hen,
and In less than two days we will have
the wares you advertise, talked about in
every family of the city. . tf
A medical college Is being organized
in Indlanopolis, with a capital of one
hundred thousand dollar.
I'art List for Uia 24 Meant Eadlnr at
Twa 'lfc F. M.
r.tn. Anderaim. Columlxu. Win. While. Padneaa.
Kato Kobluaon, Cincinnati. Ilobl E. Vre, LouIiyIUc.
Mlaaeola, " KIcbnond, New Orltana.
Grortbeck, " Loute.
Oe a. Anoeraon. Colum.i Wni.Whll. Padacah;
Ilobt. her. New Orlcana. KaU Roblnaon, St. Lonli.
Groeibeck, ' Mlnjeola, Mempblt.
The weather changed moat unexpect
edly before daylight tils morning and
showers have been theorder of the day.
They have been very gentle, however,
and will do great good to crops and gar
dens. Tho Misslieppl and Missouri continue
abonl as at last report falling slowly.
The Ohio has risen allttlo at Pittsburg
but is now stationary vltu eight feet in
tho channel. It is falling at Cincinnati;
stationary at Louisvilli with nearly teu
feet iu the chute ovtr tho falls, and
rising from Loulsvlllo b Cairo.
Here the river has risen about five
Inches since last report and will prob
ably rise about three left in all.
Business continues noderato.
Tho White yesterday brought out 20
bbls flour, 29 bbls meal 54 pkgs wagon
stuff for Cuiro, 15 hhds tobacco for re
shipment to New York ber rail, H bxs
handles, 2 bxs tobacco for reshlpmentto
Tlio Bco Is recelvinglargely of tobacco
and sundries on her Urges, at this port,
but tho quantity canmt bo given uutll
slio has finished. Showlll probably tnko
over 200 hhds tobacco.
Tho Talisman brougat out 62 hhda to
bacco for reshlpment to Now York per
rail; 133 ditto for reihlpment to Now
Orleans; 0,000 cedar psts, -13 pkgs cedar
buckets, 10 tons Iron, 0 bbls beans, 18
bundles paper, 10 bales cotton for reshlp
ment to St. Louis, and several lots sun
dries for various destinations south.
Tho Milbrey arrived at Paducah yes
torday direct from tiioupper Cumberland
with 245 hhds tobacco for reshlpment to
Now York, Louisville and Now Orleans.
Tho Wm. Whito, Capt. Northern,'
clerk Brabhear, leaves hero tlila evening
ns usual for Paducah.
Tho Quickstep, Capt. Dexter, clerks
Grammar and Pennington, Ih tlio'rogular
Cairo and Evausvlllo packet this oven
Tho Bello St. Louis, Capt. Alex. Zelg
ler, la tho regular Cairo niid Cumberland
river packet this oyenlng.
narlnf umltrfona thorough repair,
and been flttiui nti mmMaIIv n .inM.
modulo exiiuraion nartli..
rncklng, pumping and almoat any.
done by any ateambnat. For par
onrd the boat, head of Eighth atreet,
nunc can ig nom
tlcmara apply on bonrd
R W. DUOA.H.
QAIRO AND PADUCAH
Tho light draught paaaenger Steamer
H. T. NORTHERN .Maater,
J. M. UEVEHIiT Clerk,
Willmako rcgulcr DAILT TIltPM between Cairo and
Paducaii, tearing Cairo every evening (Bimdaya x
eeptedl at fire o'clock.
the white connect, at Paducah wit the Kew Orteana
and Ohio railroad, and the Cumberland and Tenoeaaee
Kor freight or pasMge apply on board, or to
ut pasmge apply on board, or to
iJ , M. J. tlUCKI.br, Agent,
ft . , Cairo, llllnnla.
VOB. RKIT?The offico on the ae
A oyer Miller A Mlller'ael.lhlng ttore, at
terma. Apply at Miller A Miller!.
1.MR RKKT The Lflrco building on Lots, III.
Icly .occupied by I'arker A Philllpa and Wm.
W Inter. Potneailon given immedlatrlv.
aprlCdtf C. WINHTON, Xo. 74 Ohio Leyee.
TjiOH HALK. CIIBAP-Xew Cottage and three
M-. . ' , ... ii i .n;un.ui. nuicenill Sirreif.
GREEN GlljHEHr, Attr.a
Valunlile Hoiiara, I.ota, Etc., Etc..
Will bo gold at public auction at a credit of thrco and
ix month", at (ho corner of Roane and Water itrr-et.
.n t'OlA'MlllH KK.NTL'CKT, on the;! day of June,
ljfl, commencing at 8 o'clrk Am. und continuing till
ONE nWELI.I.NO HOUBB A.V I.Or, (where T.!M.
llorno now rcfldca.)
ONE TKREK-HTOKT UR1CK UU8INESH IIOUSK
A.ND I.OT on Water atrcel, (lately occupied by T. M.
Jlorne.) 1 '
Thrro blank lota on Roane utrect.
OMMIAI.F OK UIUCK UUdlNIUrf IlOUHK, three
atone, on atcr itrcct, occupied by Rlnro It Co., aa
ONK-f lKTll : COI.UMUrS WATER WORKS;
All being in Columbu. hy., and belonging to etta
Pnrjl.er .pari uhr inaile known at aale.or innul
at Paducah, Ky , of J..M. HlOOEK.
. J MWOMPIEI.!),
Asnlgncea of T. Jlllornc.
JOHN O. KAUFFMAXN,
INDEPENDENT STKINO BAND.
Cnn accommodate the public with mulo for ball",
turtle an. aerenaif, at abort notice, nnd on reason
able term. Lesaona gircn on every lntrument.
P.eldence on ltth utrcct, lt. Walnut anI Cedar,
"tHiiw Ontho aremltea:
3 PECIAtT NOTICES.
3 and ipend fire to Ten dollari a day. when right
ere at home yoncan drink the aelf-aara watar, tcy
not and lively aa It tnrglea freV from the reaerrolra.
rtorciaj-a imirnioro. on me i.eveer ;
r1 AIDEX KRKSMa Kat veaelaMca of vhi owm
jr growing. Lote no tim In getting ToarM4 SO
ive full line of Landreth'a, and tha Shaker Se-edi
riiiin union, kt.
Cor. Eleventh and Wacblastsia Avenae
Keepjon fun I the celebrated Crane A Brredt and
AUo. black velvet, walnut oratalnedcofflnamade to
Mr, Keith performa hia own work, befog a practical
collln maker, and la therefore atle to tell cheaper than
i- -i my Jm
Q W. GREEN,
(Succeaaor to Kallla, Green c.,)
Geaersi CombiImIm Mereksmt,
MICHELSON A BRO.,
FruK, Vegetables and Comitry Protlace
Vholctale and Jielail,
No.M Commercial Avenue, corner Ninth Street,
vsiru, imnoia. i
OrderaCllcd with dlfpatra, tad delirerM In toy
...... w. ...vi.. t VHUIVO VUtlVI MSHTIVU IltUHI. niVUJQ
twati wipplioj. fi. MICH ELS.
Lipcchlly deaiened for tho uo of the Medical Pro
feinn nnl tho 1-aiiiily, oeMlug thoso Intrinalo
me J Mnal properties which belong to an old and Pure
Independable to Female. Good for Kidney Com
plaint.. A dclicioua Tonic. Put un In caea, contain
lug ono dozen bottle each. nnd told bv all ,ln,r.,.i.i.
P.rucer Ac. A. M. Illnlngur A Co., ctiblUhed lT7e!
No, IS Heaver street, New rork.
AX SALE NOTICE.
To Kliraboth T. Jlolbrook, Charles J. Umcrr. John S
11. Holbrook, deccainl, John Corcoran and all
ether whom thla may concern i
iou. ami eaca of you. aro Hereby notified that nt
thoaioofcltyloU,att iBdoor of'tho court house
L?,.ll0r1.V;,ofF,,lro,.l,n"!!!.t'0,,m,' or Alemnder u
fctatoof lllinoii, on tho loth day of December i v
l-T, forth( cttytaxcHofnld city ot Culro.duo "nnd
unpaid for tho vour I wiT. lcanio tho purcha.er of
the following decribcd lot, aituate.1 in tho city of
:y. ..i.i ouub oi iiiinoiK,
which uid tut a old In tho name of I). Jl. Ho!
brook h estato i
Lot No. 7, in Illock miml'Cred28, in tho clly of
At tho satno ali, on tho day und place aforexaid.
and for tho ame Uxt aforeaid e m,d u., r7
hoyparU67, O. Win on became the puroliaser J
l.o following aeaerlbed lot. aituated in' tho city of
c?'.rL' ,vo"nt' of Alexander nnd Ktato of hiioi.i
citateVo.wrtf,la,",,'U,Wneor 1)1 "olbrook5.
It S-o.S.in niock ; No. 28, Ju tho oltv 0f Cairo
who duly nh,'ncd ald tcrtlflcote of purefiase to the
undersiunoil, "" ie
And that the time given by law for tho rl.ti.,
of the ubovo d.crlbed city lotarnud ewlof thet?. '.2
purchaiH as aforesaid on tho 10th day of DVcemlor
lSW. will "Jtl'iro on tho 10th day Qf hea ma
and that unleca sooner redeemed, I S unfr ftr
nileedforthoiosscslonofthearrie. PP T
Cafro, IllluoU, May T.Wi W-JJgft
wnasrtoar. , "
QHAS. T. 1IINDK,
F0RWAKDIXG AND COMMISSION
OAIItO TIl.WSI Elt COMPANY
Through llllla of Lading- fflvcn ( atl
AtkIIaIjIc Polnta liy Halt or Water.
"SPECIAL ATTENTION TO FORWARDING.
QAIRO AND NKW O.tLKANS.
ATLANTIC AND MISSISSIPPI
COKPKOMISK LINE STE.IMERS
W. U. AUTIIUIt FONE", Master,
bAUV OAV ........ UL'HK, Mwler,
RUTH . PKtiRAM, Jlaler,
IAUL,I.K CAHHOM. WHITE. MMter,
BISMAUCK KNTR1KEN, Miuite
LI.7.IK (tll.f. U'NE1L, Matter,
COMMO.f 1VKAI.TII . CONLT, Maaler,
OL.1VK UHANCIl ....J()Nhy, Matter,
CONTINENT A I ..C. REENOUtSlI MJ 1 1
C3HKAT HI2PUI1L1C DONALISON Mm tor
niSMIHHlIM'I .-.......OUKEN Mator,
TIIOMP.Mtl.V I) 13 AN -..PEPPER. MaMer,
MOLt.lK AHI.i; n..,.AHLE, Malcr.
Comtirivlng all 'he llneilnrid litrgont bvataoutnf St.
One of the oUjVo line of tamcr
Will leave t'ulro for New Orleans every
Connecting ut New Orleant with Ocean Lino of Steam
Liverpool, New VorU. Itii.tiin, uuil tfnlve
toii,'Z'esny. pAengeni nnd Shipper can rely on one of thoo
boat. lenving IViiro tmnrtHally a aUive. Will pay
paniiMilnr nttentuiu to nil f freight btlow Memjitila
lo New Orlcn. t HAS. T. rUNIlE,
(teneral Af nt, Oairn.
OtnV., nn Vlirftisl, Publiu Lafldlng.
ED. F. 8IHSON, Pieni!er awl Tleket Agent.
Utlice, utfct. Chnrlm Uulel.
KMPHIS AND ST. LOUIS
Tho following HoaU uoinprii thla Line nnd wilt
run In the following order :
Arrive at Cairo,
!Arrive at Cnlro,
I1ELLK ST. LWH, Tuca.Uy, 3 p.m Saturday 1 a.m
CITT OKCAIRO, (Thurwlay 3 p.m Monday. 1 a.m
DELLK MEMPHIf, '"atordar. 5p.m Thurv., I n.m
Crane, Mater I
Arrive, at Cairo
Arrive at Cairo,
CITl' OK A LTO.V, I H'ednd'y, li p.m
Friday, 1 a.m
ROH1CON, Friday, S p.m
Sunday, 1 a.m
M.E.KORSTTH, Pun lay, 3 p.m
JULIA, ( '
Connecting at St. Louiawrfh
Northern Line l'ncket Company,
Keokuk Packet Conipnny,
Omaha Packet Cokniaity,
aad Varlinta Ilallroad lilnet.
Hcnptila and 'White Hirer Packet Cm
Arkanaa Illvrr Packet Companjr,
Xcmiilila anil Cli&rlevton K. R.,
and Mtatlasljipl ATcnneaseeR.R
Taaatt Hirer Packet, and
Vlckebarg aud Meridian Railroad.
Olvlnr throuch bills lading and tltUcI to all aal!A!.
point by ran or river.
viiAa. t. iij.ur., uenerai Aieat.
Otlfro on AV'lmr7.Unt.
ED. Y. PISPON, Ticket and F.ieKiT Aent.
JJASUVILLE AND OAIItO
Consltlng of tho following
JI)londiil paMcnrer tcamcr:
DAVIS m SIatr I LAVIS CIojV
Maklneall inlermeiitate'i.indlng, ami clvinit vneclal
attention lo way buslnen, '
I'll m llt'tiu i . . . .
Olriee on Wharfbost.
MEMPHIS, WHITE mVEU AND
u.Mir.uai,ir,i si All, kl.il..
JOHN U. OA VIS, Huii't, Memphis, Tonnewce.
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DuvalPa lllu ff wltfi the Memphis nnd Little Hook Rail,
road for Littlo ltock and Kot bprings Tune from
Memphis to Ltttlo Rock, IS hours.
FrciKhta aud PasseiiRora roeoipted oier tho ubovo
Lino nt lower rates tlian nnv other route.
li as. T. UI.Mih, .tijent, Cairo. 111.
TjWANSVILLE AND CAIHO
ifgTV CoMhUnn t tho following
iaJBE!SiiloiiilIil Pnssciisjor Steamers:
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Leaves ta.ro sunaay ao.t Tiwday at fi p.m.
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DEXTER Miuttr aitAM.MU...t Ck,lt
tcavtii uuro Tueiuay ana i"nday at fi p.m.
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Lti.ves Cairo.Wrdne.jday and Saturday a8 plW.
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