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hc Evening vHetiu.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 12, 1B69.
PUBLISHED MY JOHN II, OIIKRLy" CO.
M. B. nAKKKLL, ASSOCIATE KDITOE.
IIIImoU Central R. K., Chain;) if Time.
The trains now leave aa follows:
Mall tralnaleavei t... .... 1 o'clock .ra.
Ezpreti " " ..; 2:40 p.m.
Mail train arrive at. ....... I o'clock .tn.
Eiprcii " " ............................. 4:01 p.m.
Way, leavr tt 4:30 o'clock a.ra-
Exprea, " ....... . 4:10 ' p.m-
Wax, arrive at ............, ,.... &0 " p.m-
Eipreai " 7tM " a-nv
Sally, Sundays excepted
Flrt CImi Bar4 ml M.
Gentletnuu cim secure first class day
board at Walker & Bisson's restaurant
at Ave dollars per week. Charley PfliT
erling being superintendent of that de
partment, boarders tire insured tbe bet,
served In the best style. maylSMw
Tho title to St. Mary's park vesta in
the city when our authorities fence
and otherwise improve it. Is Jt
not worth Hint expenditure? If so,
whatrlH gained by delay?
In former plots of tho city a "Crescent
park" at the the point, and a Schuyler
park, further up town, were laid down,
but where aro they now? They were
not accepted by the corporation after
znuny years waiting, and now they form
part of the platted portion of the city.
We have no u-urunce that tho offer of
St. Mary's park will stand perpetually.
It Is a beautiful body of ground, embra
cing about eleven acres, and Is surely
worth the fencing, although theexpend
Hure therefor subject tho, corporation to
some Immediate Inconvenience. Let
us secure it while we may.
St. JjouIs lanneer, the most desira
ble and purest brand In the city, may be
found nt Walker fc HlssonV, Ohio Levee.
may 12-1 w
I'rrah nobllc Ojrflers f
Aro received dully nt Louis Herbert's
restaurant, 05 Ohio Levee. mayl2-lw
Nit fiteiiiulMial named.
We are advised by a private telegram
that six steamboats- were destroyed by
fire this morning tit the Cincinnati
wharf, viz: The Westmoreland, CHf-
ton, Mury Krwln, Melnotte, Darllngfend'
Cheyenne three of thein being side
whcelers and thrco stern-wheelers. The
IomI put down at over 3150,000. No
further particulars were received.
John Neidenhelmer, aOVrtnan butch
er In UiN city, recently from Havre,
France, declares that that city boast ) of
a horse twentythreo hands high; that
this home draws a dray mventy-two feet
long, Its wheels being eighteen feet In
diameter; and that one huudred((and
twenty-five tomHs hot an extraordinary
dray load !
Mr. N. is too thoroughly oonYluce4-of
tho truth of hU declaration to brook flat
contradiction. Hence, we are left to,
wonder, first at the extraordinary also of
tho horse; secondly, the undue propor
tions of tho dray, aud third, the crush
ing weight of the load.
Mr. N. Insists that he knows what he
la talking about and will bet everything
of Talus he poHsetse that he aaa aot ln
any particular exaggerated.
Brigham Young should securo that
animal as a family car(Iago horse. He'd
haul all the Betsy's and Mary Janta of
MEXICAN E VER'BEJJUSO
A nltllBct Hpeclea.
Henry Oilman, Esq., of tho U. S.Lake
Coast 8urvey,a scientific botanist, has ex
amined the Mexican Ever-Bearing btraw
berry and brought It to tho notice of the
Society of National Science nt Buffalo,
of whloh ho Js a distinguished correspon
The plant has been submitted to a
critical examination and. pronounced a
new species of tho Frag&ria or Strawber
ry, by somo of tho best botaiists,of the
country, and their opinion eitablishos
what has been claimed for it; that It dif
fers from any known variety, aridlvln.
dicates It from tho premature and unjust
criticism in this particular, to which It
has been subjected. Experienced hortl
culturallstii having already teattfledito Its
merits as a valuable fruit, tho circle, of
evidenco is thoreforo completo by the
addition of these 8clciitlfio opinlous.
It la not tdo Into, as" some may suppose
to "set" this VAuablo plant. It is very
partly, aud, may bo transplanted at any
seasou with satisfactory results. Seo ad
vertisement in auother column.
Botall dealers in groceries pud liquors,
cigars and tobaccos can procure supplies
at the house of Messrs. 13. Smyth ttCo.i
of this city, upon as .advantageous terms
us tho sumo nrtlcles can bo seoured liiiSt.
Louis, Loulsvillo or Chicago.
Messrs. Smyth & Co.'nro tho oldest
grocers and Hrjupr niercliajutaiajlip city,
niul maintain a refutation 'for business
integrity second to that no-other firm In
the state, They will .bp, found obliging
gentlemen, prompt in .business, liberal,
high-toned and gentlemanly.
Premium CINCINNATI Lager Beer at
Louis Herbert's. '"' 'Wyl'w
Tlc- JtaftMy-Tle Bf giBBisic
f ttm at Hm4,
The people of Calroyof Illinois, of the
entire West, have long and patiently
submitted to a telegraph monopoly tbat
has well nigh entirely deprived them of
the aid of that agency In business, and
commercial transactions. Tbe moBOfp
ly preserved in this State by tbe Catoa
lines, has kept the advantages of'tele
graph communication beyond the reach
of men of ordinary means, deprived at
least three-fourths of tbe dally news
papers of telegraphic Intelligence and
for what? Simply that the Hon. J. D.
Caton, on hb investment of $7,500, may
continue to receive his $00,000 net cash
every year, and that the stock or bis
lines', unwarrantably swelled to $9,000-,
000, may continue to declare unheard of
Fortunately for the people and
the business Interests of the
state, the beginning of the end of this
Caton monopoly Is at hand. The Great
Western Telegraph Company a compa
ny of the people, operating in tho lute
rest of tbe people are stretching their
wires between all prominent cities of the
United States, having already establish
ed offices In most of the larger cities In
the Northwest. With this net work of
wires Cairo will soon bo connected, by
the construction of a lino to Mattoon to
the building of which a strong forco'of
workmen will soon apply themselves.
When this wire is put up we can (figura
tively speaking) place our hc;l upon the
throat of the Caton body-politic and cry
aloud "Sic semper tyrannis." When
tills is done, dispatches to Chicago and
Cincinnati will not cost us $1,50 as now,
huifijtccn ccnU dispatches to St. Louis
will not cost us ninety cents, nor the
half of It, nor the quarter of It. Prices
will come down until men of moderate
menus can employ the telegraph, every
day, If they chooce, In furthering their
Mr. Van Buren, one of the attorneys
of the Great Western Telegraph Compa
ny, Is now in tho City, operating in the
interest of tho company. Ho will
wait upon somo of our business men to
secure a subscription of stock, it being
the policy of tho company to interest
every important polut pecuniarily,
In the enterprise. His success hitherto
has been highly encouraging. The bus
iness men of Chicago would novo taken
'every dollar of tho stock, but the compa
ny had determined upon something like
an equitable distribution of it among
the different communities directly vcpn
cerned. Mr. V. B. fn forms us that on or' before
tho JstdayofJDecemberiext tho G. W.
T. Co. will send dispatches- from New
Orleans v(a Cairo tb Chicago, over their
own lines, and that by tliat time Cairo
wlH have ample telegraphic, communl
Mail with all points In the States and ter
ritories to which telegraph lines .have
been extended. (9
' "Barrett's" took'the. First Premium
,The old well-established and popular
wnoiesaie liquor nouse or w.ii. ecuutter
maintains its splendid reputation, pre
serving Its rank among the leading
houses of the country. 3ft. Schlitter
if Jr,yu" fyHuVKve -jus ousj.
1 1 1 1 . . 1 '
ness me closest personal attention,
treating customers courteously and
kindlyand deallBat allrtlHSes'sGlcUy
upon the 'square. '
"Barrett's" knocks everything.
Exearvlaa ul Me ale, aatatrday XaVlS.
The ladles of the Methodist Church
give an excursion on Saturday, May 15th
to Fort Jefferson Ky., on the steamer
Underwriter, whleb will make two tejpe
from Cairo, leaving at 8. 30 a. m. and
1. SO p. m.
Tickets for tbe rouad trfp edelU,
.am DetLAB; children ander flfUea years
Of age, TWEMTT-FIVK CKlfTR.
A refreshment stand will be on ihe
groundor the aceonmodation of. those
who do not take their own plcnlo pro
Pr6poaals for tho privilege of keeping
a refreshment stand, excluding the sale
of all splrltous or malt liquors, will be
received by tho committee, Mrs. Slack
and Mrs. Mason, until Thursday nexU
my3dtd . .
Dy buying yourgrocerios of J. II. Mctcnlf,
who kcepi Urge and.ioloctitockof the best
fsinily supplies, and fell cbonpor thah tho
chospeit, No. 33 Waihtngton avenue, op
poIto(tha court ppuie. , , marStf
"Barrett's" Renowned Hair Restore-
Iscnl BuilatM aioMca. -
Every item inserted In our local col
urnns Is read by at least one Uowand
por8ons,( d.aUy, W,bUo ve would not
dispurage onr advertising 9plumns as a
medium of communication with tbe
public, we may "if y, nevertheless, thft
the Increased prico charged for business
notices in our local columns Is fully au
thorised by the increased notoriety
secured. This Is understood by many of
our patrons ,and hence the numerous
business aud personal notices that ore
found' interspersed among" our items of
local news. Our charges are SO cents a
lino (10 words) for the first insertion
'an'd 10 fces'per jlqoVor'fach'B.'ubkqucut
Bring on your business "locals" then,
and in Iooa fhmi two ilitva. w will
- - - www - ..W " " . .VU
tiio wares you udyertlscytalked about jn
every rurally of the city. tf
, A-hogse tookllrlght, nt something on
the "levee, "to-day, 'utd dashed oir at
break-neck speed, deposited Its uoyro
rlderW ' thVgrotimll'with a phig"'that
made his teeth rattle, and broke its 6wn
leg. 1 .
Barclay Brothers Barrett's agents,
Cairo, IHlnouv my ,IQ,ddfolw
The Sunflower Billiard Saloon, on Ohio
Levee, Is furnished with the latest styles
of tables, and tbe bar supplied with th
most excellent liquors. Free lunch Is
spread everyday at 9 a. m. and 10 p. m.
Thm AmtrleM 044 Fellow.
The American Odd Fellow; N. Y.:
John W. Orr, 06 Nassau street. $2 per
year. We are In receipt of the May
number of the above namei magaxlne.
It is the only authorized official organ of
tbe Order, and Is in high repute as a lite
rary monthly, both among tho fraternity
everywhere and the reading public at
large. This popular family magaxlne
has a corps of able contributors on both
sides of the Atlantic, as well as live cor
respondents In nearly every part of the
world. No Odd Fellow can be well post
ed without it, The May number gives
accounts of the commemoration of the
great semi-centennial anniversary jubi
lee throughout tho country, together
with a largo amount of other valuable
and entertaining matter. A coStiy and
elegant steel engraved portrait of Grand
SIro Farnsworth Is presented to each
subscriber of tho 'American Odd Fellow
for 1S00. This is an opportunity to ob
tain a splendid likeness of the present
distinguished Grand Sire (a beautiful
ouvenir of the grand national celebra
tion at Philadelphia) which no member
of the frutcrulty8hould neglect
"Barrett's" has become a staple.
Save your lives aud property. A..J
Fraser Is agent for the copper scroll light
ning rod company aud will fill all orders
promptly. Call at once and have them
put oh your buildings. This Is tho best
and safest rod now made. Shop on Com
mcrclal avenue, between Eleventh and
Twelfth street. upl!Md3m
''Barrett's Lj cooling and delightful.
If you want a good stovo, or tin waro
hollow-ware, copper orsheet-irou ware,
tin roof, gutter, or anything in that line,
call on A. Fraser, Commercial avenue,
betccu Eleventh and Twelfth street,
where ho has moved to, aud fitted up tho
largest and most completo 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.
Old Dick was In a state of magisterial
felicity this morning, over tho fact that
two citizens, of whom we speak else
where, had -violated "section so-aud-so
of tho ordinances as revised and codi
fied,0 and paid the assessed penalty.
w.JiaDxy-Ulada came into court 'very
penitent. He had been drunk a nllent
drunk a silent, sobby, soaking kind of a
drunkand he was sorry, tjo '.quit-,
iu an cb'ulltlbn of good feeling for laflen
humauity, told Henry Glade to depart
In peace, and sin no more. (
Next came BUI Dolan and Peter Bor
deau.rTBey hltl been drank,' too; 'both
of them. 7 They had swoshed around
considerably, 'ana manifested a very
criminal IndllTerenco about the price of
corn. The 'squire being ab'fo to detect
the difference between twedle-dum and
tweedle-dee, told BUI Dolaa and Peter
Bordeaux "to depart In peace," but as
preliminary to their departure to deposit
with him a dollar contribution to tho
city finances and a small sum for the en
joyment pf tbe officers of his court. Do
lan made the deposit, but Bordeaux
couldn't, and as a consequence Bor
deaux was consigned to a free boarding
house for the period of 7 days.- Selah.
In tho adjustment of a difference Geo.
Reeco and Charles Torrence both cltzens,
indulged In highly insulting epithets.
Indeed Torrence hinted something to
the effect that Kneece's fmateVnlal ances
tor was a feminine canine, whereupon
Reece's anger reached a pressure equal
to two hundred pounds to the square
Inch a point that imperatively deman
ded that he should hoist something.
Torrenco bejng tho Juearest movablo
object, he hoisted him over the railing of
tho, high sldowalk on Tenth street, to
terra-flrma somo ten feet bolow, tho fall
shaking up Torrence's breakfast In a
manner provocative of qluck digestion.
Word of this unpleasantness reaching
the police both of tho belfgeronta wore
escorted to the court of 'Squire Shannes
sy. The facts of the case being bellowed
Into the old 'squire's car, ho concluded
that tho Insulted dignity of tho city de
manded a salvo In the way of two j live
dollar greenbacks, and accordingly ask
ed of tho accused to raise that amount
between lliem, and to add to" It, as a due
recognition of thd'efllolenoy of our pollco
department, au equal sum to be appro
priated as trimmings. This thing, Tor
rence and Recce thon and thero did.
cwjth the air of men who wore not receiv-
iug, oy a long snot, an equivalent for
thelFmqney. ' f J
A young man named Morrison, , died
of hydrophobia In Covington, Ky;, on
Monday last. His paroxysms wore hor
vriblc ,10 behold., . , f r
If thoro wero any dogs iu Cairo, the
prevalence of hydrophobia all around
us, would .alarm us I- m
'Barrett's" Prlzo Huir Restorative.
may 10 d&w
- ' - ' tail or II10 Sfaiou,' - !
Cincinnati Buck I to-morrow i.,
o'clock, a.m. (Thursday! at Louis Her
bort'a ' "
!l .:. i . ' t
A Washington, letter-writer, reports,
that recently an Ohio Congressman re
ceived a petition signed by three hund
red persons, asking the appointment of
a woman as postmaster, and la three days
bad received twenty-five confidential
letters from tbe signers, informing him
that she was not fit for the place, and
that they had not the courage to refuse
to sign her papers.
Part List fer tk 4 Hra KtMUap; a
Twa 'clock, . SI.
Of n. Andf rson, Columbui. Win, White. Padocak.
Ciran'l Lake. Memphli, Dictator, fit. Louis.
Qulckitcp, ETanaville. Belle St. Louli, 6U Louli.
Alaska, few Orleam. Libert- No. 4.
Kublcon, Vickabure. Argoa-, PitUburg.
Gn. Anderion, Coluro.j Win, White, Paducah:
Pictalor, bi. Loula. Grand Lk. Grand Tower
Argony, " Quickttep, EranaTitie.
Rubicon. " lief. New Orleanx.
Alaaka, rlnclnoati. Talisman. NaahTille.
UelleEt. Louis, Memphn. Liberty No 4, PitUburf.
The rain continued nearly all night,
pouring down heavily at times. This
morning the clouds partially cleared
away giving us glimpses of the sun, but
at 11 o'clock showers commenced again
Thero was however, signs of clear
weather as our report closed.
The Mississippi and Missouri are stll
The Ohio Is falling at Pittsburg with
0 feet 0 inches In the channel, and falling
nlso ut Cincinnati and Louisville with 0
feet In rue in the chuto over the falls. It
Is rising from Evansviilo to Cairo.
The Cumberland Is rising again with
nearly 8 feet on Harpelh Shoals.
Here the river has risen four inches
since last report.
Business continues modcrato on tho
The Bee and barges received hero 550
bbls flour, 150 hhds tobacco, lOobblsbeer,
1 brick machine, 30 tons sundries for
Tho Whlti brought out 18 hhds tebac
co for reahlpmeut to New York per rail
and a few tons beer and sundries for
Tho Alaska discharged hero 75 hhds
sugar for reshipmcnt north per rail.
Tho Quickstep brought out 47 ska corn,
17 pkgs sundries for Cairo; 172 pkgs. for
Columbus, 63 sheep, 33 bbls whisky, 43
pkgs sundries for reshlpment to Mem
phis, New Orleans and way points.
The Belle St. Louis discharged various
lots sundries for Cairo and received 25
tons sundries for Memphis and way
By private dispatches received to-day
wo learn that tho steamers Westmore
land, Clifton, Darling, Mary Kwln, Mel
notte and Cheycnno were totally des
troyed by flro at the wharf at Cincinnati
this morning. No particulars'. ' '
Tho White, Captain Northern, is the
regular packet lor Paducah this evening.
Tho mammoth and comfortable
steamer Thompson Dean, Capt Pepper,
leaves here this evening for New Orleans.
Neither the boat.ori her. officers have any
superiors on the fiver In every quality
which can render a trip comfortablo and
pleasant . . -..
The Cumberland, .Capt.rJjowth. lsi tbe
regular Cairo and Evausvllle packet tbi
ITtt'SlEJIT. AaeicflUnt trick atore froora on
; aotb aircet, bear the Court Itoue, with apteral
room.- Apply to Jolia it . t r mt!-t
TTTAJITKD Alexander County Order, at 10 eU.
YY aoJ City Pcrip atUeenUontbe dollar, lor all
klndt of Lumber tni BalUfri Material. 1
W. W. TUOllKTON.
Eiiclallv detlcned for the tue of th Mc.lll rrn.
feln and the Family. poaeuioi hoa intrindo
medicinal properties which belong to an old and Pure
Indlsoentabte to Female. Oatut tar K'liln r !om.
plaint. A dellclou Tonic, put up In cae, cpnuln
Ugone dnten bottle each, anl ofd by all drucxUt.
rrocer. An. A. M. Blningtr A Co., etabllhel ln,
No. 14 Ilearer ilrcet. New fork. inarXMly
JOHN G. ICATJFFilANN,
Cuu accoinmodale the public with inutla for tuIN,
parties and, ernad, alaliort notice, and tin n aon
atle term i. Mtioni gireu on every Inttrument.
r.enldcncn on 1Mb atretii, lr."Walmtt ami Cedar, "u
CAIItO, - . . .... '".ILLINOIS
FJR SAI.E. OHKAP-Now Cottage and tluoe
lot. comer Loouit and Sixteenth street.
nwl6dtf QUEEN OILIIEIIT, Atty,
g MI0HEL8ON 4 BRO.,
Fruit, Vcglablejt and Country Prodnco
TiYholesale and Retail,
No, HO Commercial Aenue, torncr Ninth filreul,
Cairo, lllinol. '
Order filled with di(.patrh, and delivered lia any
riart ofthecltyj cholco butter altray on hand, fcu-am'
boupil'ed. S. MIOHELtt
(jucceor to Falll. Greru & Co.,)
FIiOUR A cs- Bt sr V
... ijcucral Couiwlsslou Merekaat,
mvl tf wta uumvia
'-, mi Wl n i
QHAS. T. 1IINJJE, ,
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION
jSl. C3r 33 3NT T.
CAIRO TRANSFER COMPAHY
Through Bllla of 1. n din ft gla to all
Available Point! by Hall or Water.
-81'ECIAL ATTENTION TO FQKWABDING.
QAIKO AND NEW ORLEANS.
ATLANTIC AND MISSISSIPPI
COMPROMISE LINE STEAMERS
3XT M W OXHjB A.N'fll
XV. H. ARTHUR. ..
KUTII ... -
. nNTHIKEN, MaidW
THOMI'SO.V I1KAX ...
.MOLLIK AllliE .........
Comnritlnsr nil llio finct and lament boat out of bt.
Ono of tli(! ttliorn line of tenmrr
Will leave Cairo for New Orleans every
Connecting at New Orleans with Ocean I.Ino of Stearn
Liverpool, Jfer York. Hotton, anil tJnlvei
Pn(ter and Shipper rn roly on one of lhe
boat leaving tuiro pun. lually a alxve. Will pay
particular afentim to ell wr frciehl blow Mempnlo
lo New Orlcan. (.HAS. T. I1INUE,
rirneral Aicent, Cairo.
OITlce, un Wlinrtbsut. i'uUla Lauding.
EU. K. S1SSON, ruKtetiKfr and Ticket Agent.
Office, at HI. Charlea ilotel.
E.MPUIS AND ST. LOUIS
T.rnllnwirirllnt comi,rla thl Lino at'l will
run in ino lonowina um.-i i
MEMl'Hlrf I'ACKET3 ' , ,,,
Arri ve nt Cairo, Arrive at Cairo,
JJouU. ixww. ' Pr.
UELL.E ST. LOUIS, .'Tni.J.ir, p.m Saturday I a.m
CITrOFC'AIUO, !ThtirdyA p.m MoivlBr.l -m
rtEM.K MEMl'HW, SntunUr.6n.m Thur.,. 1 a.m
' Arrlvo at Calio. Arrlte at Cairo,
Boat: Down. . -'
CITT OF ALTON, iwednd'r.Sp.m Friday, 1 a.m
MAKULE CITV. " ". ". "
noiilCON', f;ridjs; S p.1ii Sunday, 1 .m
LUMINAtr, I " " . ". "
Oonway, MtmltTU s ,
M.K.KOIUrTil, Sunday, 5 p.m Wednid'y Ian
Haner, Mauler; i
JULIA, " " . " u
Connecting at Kt. Louuwrth
Iforthern Line Packet Company,
Keokuk Paeket Cpnipaay,
Ocaaba Packet Compeuajr
asd Varlou Rallre)aa'Xla(.
Mtaapbla and White ltlvcr Packet Ca.,
Arkanaa Hlvcr Packet CoBupaBy,
Mernphla anil Cliarlcvtoa K. H.,
Taaoo ltlvcr Packet, and
Glvlnc through bill ladlnrand ticket to at! avallaMe
point by rati ur river.
CUAS. T. HINIIB, Oencral Aent.
Uttica on Wharf.boat.
ED. F. HISSON, Ticket and Patoenger Agent.
ASHVILLE AND OAIUO
Comiitia of tlio followlac
cysplontliil piiwcriRcr ttcnmorit
A AMII VII.I.K,
.Matcr f 1IAHPEU.MM...
STRONG .Muter WOOM....
-Ur I WK.IVE
UAVIti Master I PAVW
Making all Jotermf uiateanding. and givInK.apccia J
aticuuuu iv iJ iniiiiKK
CII.W. T. HINliE, (icncral ,ttnt
.lec2l d oillea oo Wharftoat.
VYflllllU WtlT'P!.' Hflfl'Tl i
xitLU.c. Miliar, tvi xl AwiJJ
Jil l 1 lit, UUI, K ,
L'MIEIi bTATIla M.M' LINE.'
JOHN II. DAVIS, Hup't, MviuuhiD, Tvoiiniee.
I no ipl-'iiUIU biUt-wlil
MAYVLOIVKH. CO.M.1IUH(JIA and
Leave Mrmpli4rf every Tl'iymv, TITi.'IMDA'V and
HATl'IlDAY, at 6 p.m., for White. Itlvee eonneftlnKat
Dtivall' lllutt wllh 111 MemnhU and tittle HorW'lUlU
road for Ltttlo Itoolc ami Hot Sprii2 Thnel'froiu
Memphl to Lltt'o ltock, t hour. ' i
Freight and Puuengcr re eii.ed oyer the abovo
Line ai lwer rates than any t, rnntc,
C1IA8. T II 1NDIV Agent, Cairb. III.
'Jtti.-p on Wharf-loat.
Cotniatiiiir of tho followluir
Sl-'Htlii Passenger Sleaiuersj
.VJl.U.U., , k
DUaOUCHKT- M(r FOWLEK.. cier
Leaven Cairoriundjy aud Thursday lit 6 p.m.
DEXTEIt Majlor I GltAMMF,!?., .'ciwlc
, LemeCairo TaUij aim Friday at pan, . i
:WM.A. LOWTH....Matr VltloilT.........M..:C!eiJs
Irtve Cairo Wednesday and Eatunfay at S'p.Ai.
Afaklngallmirnneaiate landings, aud.jiaWn'S p.
aeularattentlou l Packet Krefchu.1 ,r 'tl v
. , r CUAs. T. UINDE, Ooneral Agent,
v v . OBke,o Wharf -bait.