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rUBLISHKD BT JOHN H. OIJKRLT CO.
If. B. HARRKI.L, AHOCUTK.TMTOILi
, LOCAL NEWS;.
Illluala t'eaHtal R. R., Ohure or Time,
The Uslnaaoyf leavqaw frllfl:
i.,.. . ooino nobth:,, , , ..... . ,
Mall (rain arrive at......... ..., j o'clock .re.
Way, leatea it ..t.......M.;.;:..Mi)VIA!lt 4,V
Wjr, arrlree at .. Vm
Daily, Sundaya excepted.
Viral data au4lallaJ..mn
Gcutlcuen can uccure first clada dav
bowd at Walker A Sisson' restaurant
at five dollars per week. maVl&lW
A regular assembly of Cairo
VSCouacIl Tfo. 24 R & 8. will be
held at Masonic Hall this Friday evening
at o'clock. M. Jj. Dunning, Rec.
Dr. Tafcgart JMsmurok Taggart lias
at last received his reward. He has
been appointed revenue assessor' for
Utah, and will depart thither In duo
season. Tills won't set 'IWart back
any, but we enn't help feeling n little
eorry lor Ulan.
tit. Louis laser beer, the most deaira-"
bio and purest brand In the city, may be
lounuat walker A: tjlsson'a, OliloLcvco.
mnylS-lw , t
I'lc Xlr. TiiilnmriiK
Should tho ycaUigr be, riropltibtis a
largo crowd will mnko tho excursion tn
Fort Jeirursan to-morrow, to Join hi the
pic nic ami basket dinner to coino oil" on
tho beautiful grounds of that locality.
Tho large steamer Underwriter, tho
safest and one of tho most commodious
that lioat, will convey the party to (he
grounds, making trins .13 udvt-rLIfccri in
the local notice of the nduir in another
column. The money realized above the
expenses, will Inure to the benefit of the
M. IS. chrrclt of this cltya conaldenv
tlon that should secure tho presence and"
participation of every penon wlio can
spare n few hour from lilrf of lie'f homo
or business. , .
Joseph Mendel! cor Tenth street and
Commercial Avenue, lias lint onened a
elect stock of cliplco groceries and fam-
ft ...... 1 1 a . . ' f
uy nuppiies. uh oii mm beforqigoUig,
vi.tuwiiurc. 1 ,, , MlU
A little school girl? inly six or seven
years of age, attending the primary de
partment of tho Fourth Ward school,
closed tlie privy door upon herself yes
terday, and was Unable to open it again.
No oue heard the little croature'u
screams, and for several hours she ws,
held as prisoner. $ho llnally attempted
to po-ss out at the WmRlIofCariihg at the
bottom of the door, and succeeded In
passing her head aud sliouldehi. Jn tills
condition, howover, sho was compelled
to remain, being unable In bir stwto of
great alarm to go buck or era wl forward.
When 1 awilstanco came tho llttlo creature
wm neatly exhausted, and so frlgnttmeo:
that she went Into terrlblo convulsions
the moment she was released. Convuli
Ion followed convulsion tlurlrfg ih'
evening, and fear wero entertained, last
night, that sho could not recover.
THE CAIUO JIULLKTI.
E)rr4 by Ik Carrier at B Caata pT
Actuated by a deal re tnplae tho Even
ing 'Bulletin' in the hands of every
family and business man In the city,
we fixed the subscription prloe at fifteen
centa per week, feeling assure that if
we could circulate as many as one thou
sand copies, the paper would prove self
sustaining. After tho lapso of six
mouths, however, we find ourselves cir
culating, in the city, only about one
half tho expected number o't copies,
which secures us a weekly Income In
sufllcieut to pay for the blank paper and
to meet; tho expense of delivery. One1
thousand dally subaaribera; cannot be
secured In Cairo; aud, Indeed, we do not
know that one hundred names can bo
added to our preserit HaVUifdeVtltls
condition of things wo aro compelled to
add II vo cents per week to. u the pIco, of(
subscription, .making, It tw.outy emit per
weok Jnsteaiiof fifteen, .as Jierotofore.
This Increase, while it will prove almost
lmporceptiblo to tho subscriber, will
fumUh tut aggregate 'of much' conse
quence to us.
Experience had taught us that thoro Is
no money In the publication of a dally
minor 111 Cairo, unii In stn.hli.Hhlnir .tiift,
'Bulletin' wo anticipated nothing beyond!
the mero support of tlni pajfor." With
this we should, havo be.en content, but
our receipts, falling below that point, wo
are driven.tp an advance hi price that
wlH cpyertho wfl9Uly deficlenoy. The
'BulIetltV Is still-. furnished at a lower
prlco than any other uawspaper, and be
ing especially' devotnd- to Cairo, Cairo
people, Cairo projects and concerns. It
should not only niulntuln Its present sub-s
scrlptlou, but find Its way into the hands
of every renting family In tho city. Bo
It Vuideratood, then, that from and after,
Monday next, the- priqe pf. the. Cairo
'Bulletin' will betwopjy cents per weok,
puy.ublo to "tho. carrier every (Monday, tf
J'nmlum CINCINNATI Lager Beer at
Louis Herbert's. i ' 'iuvl2-lw
Barclay Brothers J)nrrutt' agoiitl
Cairo, Illinol?. v my 10 (IS vTr
Freawnt Mayor Oberly and Counclj
men Barclay,' Jorgeneen aad WilliMa
on 8. '
iTbt clerk reV tm. .ordlnape atlUaxi
iA f rdlOMce la iftip& to bo ttl.
Incr thoSni'nnd readlnsr of the ordinance;
ordinance was adopted as read and goei
to the boawdfcf aldcaBa:fot:oncurrence
Ayes Barclay andofgenaoa 2.
The clerk then, read an ordinance en
titled ahrdlba'nc''ameBd Action 249
of an ordinance entitled an ordinance to
adopt ttt oMftftriees of theclty of Cairo
as revised and codified, In relation to
dogs, this being the second readlrSg of
On motion of CouBclIman Jorgenson
,the ordinance waa adopted and aent to
the board of aldermen for concurrence,
by tho following vote, viz:
Ayes Barclay, Jorgenson and Wil
Bill of Wjlljam McHale, for one lock
furnished the" city jail, amounting to
$1 CO, was presented and referred to the
committee on claims, under the rule.
On motion adjourned.
Patiucic JIocklku, City Clerk.
Tke Iarranl Ncuunilrala-
Gumbridge A Co. claim to have a hab
itation at 09 Wall street, New York. It
is highly probable, howeverthat "Gum
bridge & Co." is simply a soubriquet for
a brace of graceless scoundrels who datu
not take up a permanent abode any
where. But Gumbrldgo & Co. neverthe
less, are In business. They eell counter
felt money "at prices that should place It
in the hands of1 every family 111 the
land.'U .Welljt these sweet-scented vil
lains caused, flue lithograph circulars to
be struck, and one of these has fullen
Into our hand. We quote tho" opening
Xr Vorfc, a Wall fctrtri.
My Dkak Kik We huve a large stock
of exact copies of the genuine U.S.
treasury notes on hand (executed by the
most skilled men In the art outside of
thostntet prlon)whloh w desire- to I im
mediately ' dlsposa of on the, following
very liberal terms, via:
I'ackages.repreceutliig ?200, In various
denominations, price $15; packages rep
resenting $500, lu various denominations,
price $30j packages repreentina $1000,
in various denominations, price $50:
packages representing ?i000, In various
denominations, price $&0; and so on for
every package thereafter If you order
a $50jmckagu we will sell to 110 one else
In your'towu, thereby giving you the'exv
cluslvo right to circulate or appoint
agents to do so In a t6wh. For a county
right ynumust order an $50 package.
MessrsT Gumbrfdgo & Co. say fur:h"cr7
that L!ln,'.ortIer to Induce us to1 akatut
them In circulating theso notes In this
community, lln.-y -will send any packajw
on tne receipt or one uiira too price,',
and give a abort credit for the balance.
For all of which we arc; of coure, iltily
thankful, wotiderlsg ail the while how.
they can stand It.
Our object in giving Gumbrldgo tc Co's
business increased notrlety U to dlret
the attention of the New York police
thereto, and to call IhoZattentloaUof.ta
postmasters of the .country to letters
mailed In their offices addressed to
.Gumbrlge Oo. Vigilance In thhil
re'ctlon may unearth some of the scoun
drels who are adding Gumbrldge's treas
ury notes to the currency of the country,
and poeslMy, bring to punishment soiof
of those "most skilled saen in the' art
outside of the State prison,"
Free eklla OjMara .
Are received dally at Loala Herbert'a
.restaurant, 86 Onto Levee, may 12-1 w
Brrett'a' took theTirat PreBi Inar
If yon want a good stove, or tin ware
hollow-ware, copper or hect-Iron ware,
tin rpofgutter, or anything 1 .that line,
call on A. Frasor, Commercial avenue,1
beteen Eleventh Land Twelfth street,
where he has moved (o, aud fitted up the
largest "and most cbmpleto" 'shop In
Southern Illinois, , a
Particular attention given to steam
boat and mil! work, copper smithing
and sheet Iron, work, such as hlmneysf
breecher escaping steam-pipes etc.
apr24d6tn - . " iw
" Tha Mtaaeat MalaJIlnoU.
A reading" of the Champaign 'Gazette'
nssuros us that they have about tho
Siioaueat sot of men In Chtfrnrialgn county
that can be found inllllnols." Thesenlor
member of a heavy manufacturing firm
of that county recently called, upou tho
editor of thel,Ga8ette'iand,denlAtidiU'a"8
ii right, a big free blow In thepaiier. bo-
pauso his was a mauu'racturlng'estab?
jishment. tThls,inau uovor-adYortlaed'
In tlio 'Gazolto' to'th'o amount of a singlo
dollar; and, having about -?100' worth of
Job work, lie wafeit'tq Chicago! y m"
Somo.yf Jtho merchtinf of C(iarnjjalgn
give profitable Jots o'f' prlnting' to every
ilrunken bummer that claims to repre
sent a Chicago office, advertlso their bus
iness In outsido papers only, yet have tho"
Impudence., to insist that. home, .papers
shall diligently ,yvrJtoT ur Jiom .projects
and homo men I' "Wo scarcely "think It
posslblo'fnrsiriall-soul-od-ness to' gb be
yond.thlH. For the, sakeioCour kind wo.
hope these Chompalgn'meniliavo reached
tho t'xliomo of meanness. , 1
, b"yIgyou;grocarTos QJ. II. Motcalf, ,
Who keeps a largo and solbci stock ofUhobest I
rumjly.uppljos, und,foU wapor tlyui,xtjtp !
chcMjicst, No. .134 Washington "avenue, op- !
posltb tlio'colfrf'lirtufb! ' -WaVBlf -
. i'h' j-.B rt.
y u oQollug am .dolightful., .
PROCEEDINGS OF THE
m LECT COWCCIL.
(Stated ritSHng.) '
,i.HPi)IJ ,iis jt vilttO wl v.
Relief far Alexaurfer Coantjr.
The Auditor of State expresses the
bplntoB, and ewtalnrbtBoelf. byconcln:
not realise anything undet the" law for
her relief until the taxes for 1869 hall
have been levied and collected., Mr.
Jacob O. Lynch, county clerk, desiring
poeltlve, information., in rbla behalf ad
dressed a'letter of Inquiry to the auditor,
and elicited areplf'from which we make
SartiaWUSPti V ' t r
Before the passage or the law a por
tion of the State tax Of Alexander county
for the year 1868 was collected and paid
into the fHatetreasHry. There Is no way,
Wblcb t know of, by which this
money can be refunded to the county, as
It waa not only paid before the pataage
or the Alexander county "Belief Act,"
but was, by be lawa.theB lB,force, legal
ly anausWduetheBUteT '
It is aaaalfeatly impracticable to divide
the" tax collected In any one year be
tween the county of Alexander and the
State; aad bealdea all the lax for 1808
had already been appropriated by the
legislature' before the passage of the Be
lief Act. It seems to me, therefore, to
be tho Intent of the law to transfer totho
use of Alexander county tbb Estate tax"
except the school tax aud tho two mill
tax for the years I860, aud 1670.
Very respectfully, ,ctc
C. B5. LlPi'ENCoTT, Auditor.
Tho two mill tax and school tax, ex
cepted aggregate four mill, and remain
the same from year to year. Hence if
the State tax for 1800 (to be collected
uextyeur) remains jheeamcas Itnow is,
the county will realize only about$7,500;
or $15,000 for the two years. Of this sum
tho orphan asylum will receivo ton per
centum, or about $1,500, leaving a net
amount of $13,500 for the care of county
paupers and criminals. Not exactly
what we expected, but a help neverthe
less for which we are thankful.
The Sunflower Billiard Saloon, on Ohio
Levee, is furnished with the latent styles
of tables, and the bar supplied with the
most excellent liquors. Free lunch Is
iprcad everyday at 9 a. m. and 10 p. in.
'Barrett's" l'rlze Hair Itestorative.
muy 10 d&w
FllOCLAMATIOX .BY T11E MA YOk.
Uuuiuulcd Doca In lx Kltlcil uflcr
The Select Council of tho City of Cairo
believing the measure necessary to
public safety, have 'ordered that the
mayor tasuo his proclamation to the
effect that all dogs found running at large
in the City of Cairo, unprovided with n
secure and sutllcient muzzle shall Im
mediately be killed.
Therefore, T, John if. Oberly,
Mayor of the City of Cairo, in pursuence
of authority vested In me by the
ordinances of the city, do pro
claim and direct that, . on and after
the hour of 12 o'clock, nooh, of Saturday,
May 15th, letm, until further orders shall
be given, all unmuzxlod dogs found ran
nlng at large within the city ofCaIro7
shall be killed; and the marshal of Cairo
and the day policemen are hereby charg
ed with ths duty of carrying thls.procla
matlon into effect. '
Done at my office, Ju tho city of Cairo,
this, 13th day of May, A. D. 1809.
s3t Ijii JoHJrll. OuKiU.Y,,Mayor. .j
"Barrett's" has become a ataplo.
' Save your Uvea aadV property. A.
Frascr Is agent for the copper scroll light
ning rod company and will fill all 'orders
promptly. Call at once and have them
put ea your buildings. Thla is the best
and safest rod now made. Shop on Com
mercial avenue, between. Eleventh and
Twelfth street. apl21d3in
"Barrett's" knocks everything.
Exeamlam a TU ale, aataLratay JiMX IS.
The ladles of the Methodist Church'
give an excursion on Saturday, May 15th
to Fort Jeflersou, Ky., on the steamer
Underwriter, wliloh wlU'moko two trips
from Cairo, leaving at 8. 30 a. m. and
1. 30 p. m.
Tickets for tho round trip adults,
one dollar; children under fifteen yeara
Of age, TWENTY-FIVE CENTS.
A. refreshment aland will be, on 'the
ground for the accommodation of thoso
who do not take their own picnic pro
Proposals for 'the prlvllego of keeping
a refreshment stand, excluding the sulo
of aH'SpIrltous 'or malt liquors, 'will bo
received by tho committee, Mrs. Slack
and Mr. Mason, until Thursday next,
"Barretts" Itenowned Hair Reto'ra-
Ttia' Kail Mnadp WitrWt.
'llio Uorman Turner ball will hn lmi-1
v - T w V
"Ju Washington Hall ou next Monday;
'evening. .Extensive preparations aro bc
,iug inado.byjgenUemeuho rojexperU
'in this Hue; and thenromlse.uowis that
and most enjoyable' of the season.
ino merman Turner Society, It ylll bo
recollected, is a charitable institution,
xtendjnga. helping hand tq Its. sick jtu,d
indigent members aud doing good geno-
is given. Let It, then, be a largo ono
ono that will testify to our Gorman ,fef.
low-cltlzouH that their efforts In this Vro-
jgaru are"upproclated and ajiproved.
.raja's "J 5 rrr ''trl'if
, Tho oltlzons of Cairo regardless of pur
, ty preferences dritnHatTons,rnro request
ted to meet at rhilharmonlo JIall, on
.Monday night next. , ta. tako nnMmi l
.rorerenco to the decoration of soldier's
( ... f:
The colored element held a May-da
celebration in the City Hall, last night,
weresung, anaotkericeremoaliM Indul
ged in that formed a total Um' jraa; p
nounced "delightful."' One J, J. ifd
was present,land orated before his black
audience, compllmentltig the daeky 'fe
male partlon of It oa the score of their
Mbeauty" and intelligence, jHlifk
iami as true typea ei JMauty could be
fouad among the African race la Cairo
aa the Angle-Saxon rrtfori ld 'boaet
of; and, addressing theraaeeulinw, he
appealed to tbeni to so demeaaMbeat
selves ae to give strength to their clalmi
upon political and social equallr with
the whites ; that a future of usefulness if
hot greatness was theirs, and they should
prepare themselves for responsibilities
aud dignities that awaited them- iTbe
wdmri, too, he said, should bend their
.energise in the same direction prepare
'themselves for the now and better era
that would surely dawn, ere long, upon
tho sous and daughters of Africa. Tbe
affair passed off wllhoutany dUturbasce,
queltly and 'satisfactorily. Mrs. Ada
Buck presided at the piano.
James McCormlck having no visible
means of support was brought before
'Squire Shannessy this morning under a
charge of vagrancy. The proof sustained
the charge, und a fine of $15 and costs
was laid upon Mr McCormlck, which ho
will pay by confinement In the cala
boose and wholesome labor on the streets.
The police busluees before 'Squire
Hross, this forenoon, consisted of two
The Hon. A. J. Kuykeudali and lady
are In the city, stopping with Col. Gra
ham. Urchins, white and black, of all ages
and degrees, contemplate a visit to Villa
Hldgo It accept situations as strawberry
pickers. They seo a romance in the
work that entirely robsitof Its aches and
pains Not one In ten of them will plok
berries cuoutth, at two cents per quart
to pay his passage home
Our friend Blum, on Washington av
enue, who has been absent in St. Louts
for tho past week, is expected home to
morrow evening. Humor has It that he
will bring back with him a young St,
Louis lady who has kindly consented to
chungo her uaino aud accept his in
stead. ICKVJL'Il XKWS.
I'.i r I I.iat Tor llm Ut Hount'lTiKllnr at
Two o'eturlt, 1. m.
jinniVALsV ' 1. .
0n. Androu, Columbua. Wm. White. Padticah.
Arma.l, Eranville; City of Cairo, St. Lonii;
Klorrnce No. I, MemphitiThompion Dfan, "
Sain Hale, t Anna 1 a-,i! l
Mit-lMtf.pl, New Otlrans; Kilfionr,Iuiilll(;
Ktliojj, " Uraud Lukp, Grarnl Towar;
S. Horner, New OrUu. .
Rro. Anderson. Cofi'in).t Win. While, Pulueah;
Uityot Cairo, iifaiouu; .Artnao, t.anTUlr
jioiuticpi, si. louk;
. Horner. 1
Aniw. CiDOinolf; ,t JOIgour.Nir Orleant;
JranJ Cmit, Otmai Towr.
The weather ''continues gloomy; and
oeased. The thermometer ladleatea only
GO degrees. Two days ago the theimomV
ter at Pittsburg Btood at 83 and was re
ported as "oppresslvel hot;". .'Oathe
same day the thermometer here stood
nearly all day at CO deg., and the weath
er report from New Orleans waa "cool."
The Mississippi "and Missouri eoWtlnue
The Ohio la falling at Pittsburg, with
6 feet in the channel falling at Cincln
natl and Louisville, with 7 feet large in
tbe chute over the falls, aud stationary at
The Cumberland Is falling; with 6 feet
on Harpeth Shoals,
Here the river has risen 6 Inches aince
last report. General rains are; reported
all over tho woat and another rise Is ex
Business is moderately good on the
rIver- , , ,l. ii. "J Mt
Our readers doubtless wondered what
kind of a current aa "sfgtagf: ea .w;
when they read It In our repertofyester.
day of tho death of Mr. John Humes.
We wrote it "eddying current,'' but for
reasons best known to himself, the com
positors changed kIt to "egging." The
compositors - also, ,haveji vsral- times
changed tho designation of i steamers in
a ridiculous manner, sending the Tyrone
to Momphls, audywegietle Memphis to
Nashville. Tho river editor "proposes"
but the'. composltor)il'dispeses,";sto- stilt
himself. v r
Tho Whito brought out;29 hhds tobacco
for fcsh;iifmero6' York"per"rali 5
ditto, fr buudles wagon sttitrfor Rt.-Louis,
1 hhd tobacco for; NQt , , M
Tho Armada brought out a lot furniture
for Bi Si Harrellfr21 bb'Is flour for H.M:
Hulen, 7pkgs for. Thomas A Green, and
a few to;is of mmdrios for, resb intaeit
The Mississippi discharged a large lot
of hld04 hore for reahipment to Chicago.
The City of Cairo' discharged a lot of
broom haudles aud sundries for Cairo
aud received here 200,ahecp, CO tons as
sorted freight for Memphis.
Tho Whito, Capt, Northern, leaves hero
as usual for Paducah this o veni'ug. I
The splendid 8teamerThompsbn Dean', I
Capt. Pepper, leaves hero this evening
for N. O. . . .
The Quicks lep,-Gaj)trDexter Is the reg
ular Cairo and EvansvlJlo packet Yhja
evening. , , 1
Tho Tyrone, Cant. Tom Harmon. t
tho regulhV Culfd;aiid Ou'mberlan'd river
Tho Marblo 0ty,. CapL Jack. Carter.
goes to Momphls aud Vloksburg to'day .
T.-IOH, fiALK. CHEAP Now CdttagTand threa
nurlWtr aitEKN01LBERT. iuT.
u .tit, h ...!n. l. 1., ...i.....'Vi; ,.'.vr
.55 - -w ..... w w ..yrv...
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tAM . . v . t i.,uj ijAwi;fnt
FORWABDINO AND C0MMI8SI0M
CAIRO TKANSFJE5B COMPANY
OA IRO ILLINOIS.
Thrna;la Bills of Lading flve tm all
AralUbla I'olnla by Hall or Water...
aarspKciAL attention to FonwAitDWG.
QAIItO AND NKW CHILEANS.
ATLAKTIC AXD MISSISSIPPI
STEAM SHIP COMPANY
COMPROMISE LINK STEAMERS
ON" m "W OHLBA TT'm
T1IK bTEAUKUS .
W. R. AnTHOn JONE9, Muter,
I.AUV aAV.......-.M...m7ItK. Muler,
RUTH MPKanAM, Maiitpr,
PAVI.INK CAItllOI.L ....WHITK, Maater,
BIHMAIICK HNTHIKKN, Majler
LIZZIK CULL .O'NEIL, Mauler,
COMMON WKALTII ..CON!.T. Mailer.
OLIVK nitANCII ...JONKH. Maxtor,
COSTIJfKJfTAr. .OHKENUUOII Marr
URKAT HKFLIILIC OO.VAI.ItoON Mut-r
MIJiSISHlIM'I m.h..OUKRN Mwter,
THOMPSON DKAX ..rKI'I'KH, Mauler,
MOLLIE Alll.K ... AI1I.K, In.lcr.
Comprmlng all llm fine.t and largeat boaUotltof St.
One of ilio alove line of tieanieni
VI1I leave Cairo for New Orleans every
Connecting at New Otlcana with Ocean Line of gleam
Llrerpool, Krvr VorU. Itnatnn, nmt Gnlvea
raAuRer anil Kliipiera on ruly on onu of Ihetfl
boat learina "a ro piin..tunllr a aliore. Will pjy
partleular attention to all wny frelirlit below Memphis
lo.VevrOrleftni.. CllA. T. IIINOK,
General Agent, Clro.
Offioc, mi Wli.irru-i, 1'uUle Liuultnf;.
EI. F.UISSON, Itenaer ntid Ticket Aent.
Ofllee, at Ht. Charles Hotel. e..
jj-EMPIIIS AND ST. LOUIS
Thi. fnllnwint- Hoata enmrrlrn (hln Llne'an'i vrill
jArrlre at Cairo,
Arriro at Cairo,
vr. . -
BKLLR fiT. I.O01H, tTucdsy.i p.m
' ZelHer. Muster.
HKU.K MEMI'IIIH, RatunUr. 5 p.m Thun., , l,iun
wane, Ma.ter t t ,
VICKSWJ RO PACKETS. l.r v
Arrlr uV CaIio
IaxtIto at. Cairo,
CTTT OF ALTON.
. Jliiler l
I w I
FrMjiy, 5 p.cn
Sunday, 1 1 km
M.E. FOIBVTIt, .Suuihiy, S p.ui
Connecting at SI. Louitwrih
Martkeru Ltue Packet Comjmny,. n
Keokuk Packet Company,'
Oaaaha Packet CoknpaajTt "mm.
ami Varloua Rallraaal Llaea.
Maaaphla and While Illver Packet Ca.,
Arkansa River Packet Coaapanx 't
Meoaphta ami Cliarlctlon R, R,'t
aad MlatUalpjil . Tenacaae R.B,
At Viclubarg with
Taaaa River Packela.and
Tlckabarg and Meridlaai RailraaA,
Oltlnt through bills tailing ana tickets to all arallabr
point by rafTor rier. ...... .4
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ED. F, SISSQ.V, Ticket and Piuieujer Agoot;
JASIIVTLLE AND CAIRO . ; J,
Coniirtlncr of tho folio wlar
aplendid pataenor itcamora:
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attention to way tniine.
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iomi ior i.mie hook uiih mil Mirniu. Time from
M.anphN to Little Hook, 48 h ur4 i '
Freisht ami l'ninrerii rtcciptivl over th ubore
Lino at lower rate IIihii miv other" rute.'?-1
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