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MONDAY, MAY 17, 1809.
1'UIILIR iKD II V JOHN. II. 01IKHLY It CO.
M. . If ABRKLL, ASSOCIATE JCDIT.OR.
Illinois Cenlrnl It. K., Change of Time.
Tlio trains now Icavo as follows":
Mail train leave at -.. J o'clock a.m.
Mill train arrive at ........'..... T o'clock klm.
Exprcea " " ....-..:.J.. 4.0J jMn.
Way, leavca at ..fM o'clock a.m.
Kxprem, " ...... , 4:10 ' p.m.
Way, arrlvet at.................. .....,. A:AO 11 p. to
Kxprew " ....... M 7i30 " a.m.
Dally, Sunday excepted'.
rlrsi CI km Hon i-4 at AS.
Gentlemen can secure flrat cl&aVday
board at Walker A Sluson's restaurant
at five dollars per week. mayl2-iw
Thero Is a remarkable quiet In police
clrdci Just now.
The children of the- public school aro
happy Injtlio nntlcluation of the pleasures
of Friday noxt. A rnmble In the woods,
a-basket dinner, an Innocent romp, a
nlco steamboat ride enter Into tho pro
Tho German Turner ball lantnlglit was
a success in every particular, as we pre
dicted it would be.
Cnpt. J. If Junta.
Vora iIia MiiiiuIiii 'FUk.'
In a recent trip to Cairo, wo had oc
casion to pas up tlie MiR-i'HlppI riverldn
the transfer oleum or (Jen. Anderxnn,
which makes tho conn'?flon botweon
tho M. t O. and III. Cun.mtlrondH, from
Columbia, Ky. to Cairo. We found our
clever and polite friend, Cnpt. J. II. Jonea
tho clerk, attending to hi duties with
promptness, lie Is always In a Rood hu
mor and can give civil answers and treat
tho traveling public n.litcly. We truhr
tho Company .will keep him right where
ho Is, for no man could till the important
Jones is a gentleman in the fullest
sense of the word, and our friend ran pay
nothing In a complimentary way .too
llatterlng for hisdef-ert. His genial dis
position, companionable turn, and suaV
ity of manners have made Jones a friend
in the person of every man and woman
who dvor cauio In bundia or social con
tact Kith him.
Pnre Crjitcnl Ice.
George Cushlng, the oldest Joe man lu
Cairo, lias returned to his "old lovo" mid
Hung out'hls sign, upon which wo read
his determination to supply his custo
mers with pure, crystal Inko Ice an un
surpassable quality, hard as lllnt and
clear as Its name Indicates at prices
that places it within tho reaoh of all.
George Is as accommoilatinu as thero Is
"any use In being" and will deal with
customers strictly on tho pquare. Head
Tho first cltws uo "llarrett's."
Altrutluii Hibernians. 1
Thero will bo a special meeting of tho
company, on Wednesday (evening May
19th, for the transaction of Important
butlnea. And all tliotv In arrears would
do well to bo present on that occasion.
By order of tho President.
May 17 3t. C. J. iryland, Secy.
At the meeting of citizens held In
l'biihannonlo Hall, last night, it was
determined to observe Memorial day.
by a deration of tho soldiers graves at
Mound City on the 20th lust.
In furtherance of this purposo tho fol
lowing' eoaimlitees of arrangement
Mrs. P. II. Pope, chairman; Mrs. W. J.
Allen, Mrs. Dr, Wardner, Mrs. George
D. Williamson, Mr. H. li. Caudee, Mrs.
I. Hurd, Mrs. W. P. Halllday, J1m Klla
Btone, Miss Imogeno Steele, Miss Kate
Yooura, Mlse Mary Hallldaj.
Col. John Wood, chairman: Messrs.
James B. Jlearden, C. II. Woodward, C.
II. Foote, 8amuol It. Hay, H. P. Goodall,
Claiborne Winston, M. B. Harrell, John
W. Trover, J. B. Fulton, S. P. Wheoler,
John Jackson, II. H. Caudee, C. D. Ar
ter,.Caser Yost and F. Bross.
A short special term of the county
court Was convened to-day, to transact
business of an urgent uature In connec
tion with county bridge contracts.
The probate court, Judge A. C. 1 lodges,
presiding, will probably rt'hialn In ses
sion during the week'
'Barrett's" Warranted Hair Kcstora-
Yo. , i
Save your lives and property. A."
Fraser is agentYor the copper scroll light
ning rod company and wilMlll nlbonieH
promptly. Call at once and have thtta
put on your buildings. 'Phis' W tho best
and safest rod now made'. ' Shop on Com
mercial nVenu'O, between Eleventh and
Twelfth aryct. " npl2hl3m
'Premium yiU?ATI linger Beer at
liOtits Herbert's, ' mnyliMw
St. Louis luxer beor,' tho' most dcalra
blo and purest brand In fho olty,may bo
found at Walker & Sisson'fr, OhloLoveo)
Our eounty superintendent, Mr, Joel
G. Morgan, dqllveroda Jgoturo in In the
hall of tho Southern Illinois college at
Carboydale, Jatjt, night, .to ono., of ; the
largest audiences over gathered In tho
buildimr. Tho suUbct of Mr. Morgan's
Ionium Wrist "tint' nrninfn'nnt causes of
falluro ltjaoldng." Hu acquitted IdiruP
self most creditably, showing himself
of teaching, and ontertnlifort KM lieiirfil
Cairo rItoii KittlreM.
George Vhit00Bab7 tkt .flrst-tdass au
thority in all matters relating to Missouri
railroads. Well, from him we learn, that
Dr. Guthrie, of New York, who is one of
.the contractort;of ithj. Arkansas division
of the Cairo A,.Fulton railroad, declare
lhat the road Ib going" onMhlBllnae,jor
cfrWn, as arrangements arBsbelng per
fected that will Insure the building of the
entire road from the Missouri line to
Fulton. "We hope," says Dr. Guthrie,
"td bo oh tlio groUrid early In June, and
to push th& Work r forward with the
greatest dispatch, arid to build for cash.''
Wo continue thls'article Is the lan
guage of Mr; Whltoomb:
'"Tho extensive land gran tf and gov
ernment aid to the Arkansas company,
will' catise them to push ahead Iri order
to le'cure it; and Mr. Allen has somo 40
miles of his Missouri part (70 miles)
mostly graded, and tho iron on tho
ground for tho first thirty miles. With
this start, and his other road, connect
ing with St. Louis, and the river at Bel
mont, thero Is no danger of this end be
ing behind in a short lime Texas' beef
will reduce tho price of living very ma
terially, both hero and In St. Louis.
"Tho motto Is, "On h the Jfodjtc;"
through Texas, New Mexlcp, Arizona
and California, to San Diego, the best
harbor on the western const, with an ex
tension to San Francisco, Oregon and
Alaska, and a branch through tho Chi
huahuas, Zacatccas and Guanaxuato to
tho Hall of tho Montezumas, In tho city
of Mexico, With a mild clmate, short
est route, and no eighty miles of snow
sheds to tumble down on passengers, the
prospect looks llatterlng at least to Euro
pean capitalists, who Infest heavily In
bonds and stock. ' ''
What a whizzing there will bo when
the cars on both. roads arc running
through, our town particularly when
tho Sf. Louis road gets n double traukj
which Mr .'Allen says will be needed In
a few years."
"Barrett's" Is: nutn'dt)
fur Mute. . . , f
A splendid now rosewood, "scvenjoc
tnve, piano, cover aud stool, worth $000,
for 5-100; four stoves, oneSitiWart's cool:
'ing stove; ono fine,' long Fionch mirror;
onc sctoalt bed-rutm furniture; one set
walnut do; picture 'nnd other articles;
one eleg'dnt refrigerator; chCap for cash,
atNo. 27,'Fifth street, Cairo,' IIL
my!7-t H. K. S. O'Mki.vknv.
A Xrw Circulator. t ,
Mr. K, A. Burnett, late river reporter
of thu late Cairo 'Democrat,' Imh chargo
of tho elty circulation of tho Evening
'Bulletin,' filling thopot,ltloii of distribu
tor, and collector. 'Persons wishing tho
paper will notify him or leuvo their names
u$ this oMce, i'ay.raeut for each M'eek
will be requlretl e-ry Monday. Price,
20 cents per week. Newsdealers will Lo
furnished at th rate of 30 cents per dozen.
W have every ooutldencu iu Mr. Bur
nett's ability to serve our patrons satis
factorily. He Is well acquainted in tho
city and Is wholly familiar with tho du
ties of a circulator. Should It occur, how
ever, that any subscriber Is not regularly
and promptly supplied with tho paper,
we willttake it as a favor to be informed
of the fact.
Barclay Brothers .Barrett's, agents,
Cairo, Ullnals. ay 10 d&wlw
- A LfU im the ralatlt.
What think you? Major Oeneral Jofin
A. Logan is posted to deliver a sermon
from the Methodist pulpit In Carbondalo
as soon as business will allow his return
home, Joba A. Logs preaching the
gospell John A. Logan expounding the
scriptures II John A. Logan preaenmg
peace u earth and good will toward
men 111 John A. Logan, a bible-banger
and yellqw.legged-chjcken eater or
rather a clerical eater of yellow-lfgged
chickens!!!! My! My!! My III Tho
one step from the sublime to the ridicu
lous Is about to be I taken, in ibis, that
John A. Logan, the rattling, staving,
political stttMper la about to don the
sacerdotal robes and hold forth from tho
sacred desk! We aro unequal to tho
occasion, and stop to enjoy our astonish
ment. "Barrett's" produces but ono shadel
Keuiored-A. K. Wbltlnkcr's Drue Ktorc.
' Mr. A. It Whlttaker hereby announces
to his friends and patrons that he has re
moved from his old stand to Ford'fl buUd
Ing, two dooraabpy,e, where, The will bo
leasod to see and" wait upon his old
customers, assurlnffthem that his stock
of drugs are unsurpassed for quality and
ami variety. mylldtf
Publle Scbpol l'irulo. : -
The pupils of tho public school wll
give a Bfea'mboat 6xcursl6n, p'lcnlo aud
The largo steamer Underwriter, whoso
spacious cabin and guards funUfih 'amplq
room for a 'thousand nersushaa beeu
einploy)d,-,and.'.wIIr Joavo .the Cairo
wharf at 0 o'clock a.m., for the grounds
at. Fort. Jefferson, making only .ono trip
during the day Sho will pasa around
Island No. 1, affording tho party a view
of the fiean'tlfdi 'island scenery.
Adul tajWjU pt charged CO .cents each
for tlio rquudrlp. Chlldreji not beloug
lug to the public school, will be charged
25 dents.- ", ''..V;..."'? )iuyl7dtd
Money (Uveal, , , .
lly buying yourgroccrlcVof if. If. Metculp
who kijjipsJftrgg ttud iclocj jitgHf. thnbost
fiunily supplies, ni(ills aclicaper than tho
cheapest, No. 334 Wasldiigton avemio, op
potlUttbg court hqiMeD ' '' msr5tf
most excellent TiM
- - -
spread every day at 0 a. m. and 10 p. in.
Lovoe, Is fiirnlsireil witli 'tiio latest stylos
. ... -.--. T. J. -1
r tables, andfhe bar .supplied with the.
Th Brat Itoate Kant.
Tbo hundreds of travelers that arrive
at Cairo dally are Bomewhatat a loss to
determine the best route'east after reach
ing Chicago, ,Most of these travelers
buy their through tickets here, and are
therefore, compelled) to decide before
taking their seats.in the cars. In this
bohalf, itls In our power to give lnforma
tIeiCf6r:whichrlBYery -traveler will thank
us who avails himself of It. Buy your
tickets -for New York, Philadelphia,
Pittsburg in fact for any point In New
York or Pennayluanla, via tho Pitts
burg, Fort Wayne and Chicago, and, the
Pennsylvania Central railroads. In
.coaches of unturpassed'elegabce the pas
senger makes the entire trip from Cairo
to New York or Philadelphia with only
two changes of cars, viz: at tho Chicago
crossing, and at Pittsburg, and at these
pelnts.the connection is so close that the
traveler steps from one car to tho other
and continues his Journey after no more
than a few minutes delay. By any
other routo passengers are subjected to
from. pfour to six charges, at
night timo (as well as by day, and finds
nothing in tho price, speed or comfort to
compensate him therefor.
Th Pittsburg, Fort Wayne & Chicago,
and tho Pennsylvania Central roads are
managed bo men Who understand all the
requirements of tho age; and tho cottrte
seis and nttentionfl tho traveler receives
assure hlinof what hejhftd not previous
ly learned, that railroad passengers have
rights which aro entitled to respect.
Wo repeat, If you desire to reach tho
East by tho host routo, through tlio most
picturesque country and With tho small
est number of changes, buy your tickets
via tho Pittsburg, Fort Waynet Chicago,
nnd tho Pennsylvania Central railroads.
Prof. Appel, of tho German select
school, whllo hitting on tho railing of
tlie high sidewalk near his school bill 1
ding this a.m., lost hi balance and was
precipitated to the ground below, a dis.
tniicf'of ten or t delve feet. Ho received
a severe contusion on tho head and
other Injuries, but, probably, will bo able
to continue Ills school.
Tho directors of tho Public School Li
brary Association met on Saturday even
ing and adopted rules and regulations
for. the government of tho association.
Wnrrt-Mrr') I)lclloiry anil IIIIIIaril'M
Mr Thcodoie Jaules, Carbondale, Is
tho Agent for Soutborn Illinois, for these
standard educational publications, oper
ating directly for tho publishers, Messrs.
Brewer &Tiieston. '
Of Worcester's dlctiouery wo need,
scarcely, speak. It has no rival Jn the
estimation of American scholar, and is
rapidly displacing all others lu our in
stitutions of learning.
Milliard's readers- nave the endorse
ment of tho leading educational men of
tho day, and are undoubtedly complete
In all those essentials developed by ox
pcrience, surriSJialng in many imittculan
auy other - series before the public.
Tlioa ralra ar Andliia; Uiolr avy Into
I popular favor rapidly and surely, not by
extravagant advertising, but on tho
tren gth of their actual merits.
Teachers, school directors or others,
desiring details, should. place thomslvcs
in correspondence with Mr. James, at
And to llttlo MIss'Nellie Parker, too,
are we indebted for a beautiful boquet in
which honeysuckle, salt, cinnamon,
damask, Prince Albert, George the IV
roses, full blown and in bud, forma com
bination as pleasant to the eye as it is
The directors of the Public School have
signified their willingness to employ
Prof. E. P. Burllngham. to superintend
the School during the ensuing scholastic
Cairo klaatr' Tobace Warehvuae Co,
There will be meeting of the stock
holders of tho Cairo Planters' Tobacco
Warehouse company in the Atbeneum,
In Cairo, on Saturday, May 22d, 1830, at
eleven o'clock a.m., for the 'purposo of
electing a president and three directors,
to serve until tho second Monday Iu
January, 1870, as provided by tho char
ter, and for other business.
W. P. Halm day,
. R. II. Cunning it am,
If you want ti good'stove, ortlii waro
hollow-ware, copper or sheet-Iron ware,
tin roof, gutter, or anything lu that Hue,
call on A. Frasor, Commercial aveuuo,
beteen Eleventh and Twelfth Btreot,
wliero ho has moved to, aud lilted up tho
largest and most complete shop in
Southern Illinois. ' -
Particular attention given to steam
boat and mill work, copper smithing
aud sheet Iron work, such as chimneys,
breecher escaping steam-pipes, etc.
npr24d0tn ' ' ' -
Eyery item Inserted lu our local col
mniib is read by at least one tluusaud
porsoriw, dally. Whllo we would not
disparage our advertising columns as a
me'dlumTof communication with "tho
public, we may say, novorthblfeiss that
tho Increased price charged for business
notices iu our Jooal 'columns la 'folly, au
thorised by, tho Increased, lotprifety
secured. This in understood by many of
ouc patronsrand hencotlio numerous
business ami personal notices that aro
found interspersed amoufgrqur items of
local news. Our eliarg'es aro 0 cents a
lino (10 words) for tho first insertion
and 10 cents per lino for each subsequent
insertion. , . . . ,,
'Bring oix yotfr be83,0"loeals th'eu!
and lu less thnu two days wo will havo
tho varca.you.udvertlse, talked about hi
A white man, named Hardy, was mar
ried in Jones bo ro yesterday to a eoal-
black, lubber-lipped wench. Esquire
Grammar performed the ceremony. A
few hours afterwards Hardy received a
sound threshing for declaring his aegro
wife as decent as any white woman and
when the train came down lastnlttht ap
pearances indicated that Hardy was not,
under tue circumstances, in a very con-
Jen ial neighborhood.
fresh Mobile Osaters
Are received dally at Louis Herbert's
restaurant, 05 Ohio Levee. mayl2-lw
Mr. W. W. Gates, the veteran editor of
the Jackson (Tenn.) 'Whig,' Is in the
city. Mr. G. will call upon some of our
business men during his stay;
Port List for the 94 Iloaral KadlBf at
Two 'clock, P. at.
nen. Anderson, Columbut. Win. Whlt. Paducah.
lion Accord, Mempbli; nianurck, New Orleaott
surer oprajr, uincmniu.
Gen. Anderton. Colum.j Wuu White, Paducali;
lion Accord, bt. IxiuU) Silver Hpraf, Neir Orleans!
Tho weathor continues pleasant with
a fow clouds Hying which indicate the
probability of a shower soon. The mer
cury stood at OS this morning but rose
several degrees by noon.
The Mississippi is rising slowly at St.
Louis und abovo and a small rlso Is also
reported in tho MU-souri but itls thought
neither will amount to muchi
Tho Ohio Is rising at Louisvlllo and
above with 0 feet 2 Iti tho pass over the
falls and 0 feet 0 lu tho channel at Pitta
burg. Hero tho river has fallen 8 inches in
the past 24 hours.
Tho White brought for Dr. Dunning,
one buggy ; for shipment to Memphis,
DIG bdls wood work.
The Bismarck discharged Tor Cairo -la
hlids sugar auo 11 bbls molasses.
The Bon Accord had a tow of lumber.
Tho Wm. White, dipt. Northern, Jim
my Beverly, clerk, Is tlio regular Cairo
and Paducali packet this evening.
The Quickstep, Captain Dexter, is tho
regular packet fur Evausvlllo this oven
ihg. Tho Talisman, Captain Billy Strong,
Is .tho regular packet for Nashvillo
The Lcnl Leotl snagged aud bunk in
Arkansas river, fifty milea abovo, Pino
Bluff, on Saturday last. Boat and cargo,
except cabin furniture, total 1qb.
jr-OIt KAI.K. CIIKAI'-Ncc OnUnjjn on.l thrto
I1 luu, corner Locunt on. I Hlitnlh ttrveU.
mirltltf (IISKEN k OlIilir.IlT. Attr.t
"TTAJITKn-AUxandtr County Order, at M ct.
Vf D'I City henp atfcrnuon th dollar, (or all
kimU of I.umlur and UulMera' Matnla.
imu w. w. THOrtNION.
17OR ir.VT-Tli ofllco on th a
1 ore r Millr r A JtlU-r' cJ.ihlor atorr, a
I - rraaonaois
Uafinc undenone thorouxti renain.
and been fitted un (DortallT to accom
inuiaia riuurnlon nartita and olcnici. Tow'nir.
Jobbing, lining, wrcckinjr, pumpinr and almoit any
thing that can Imi dona by any ateainboat. For par
itcuiari apply on aoara ma ooai. ncaa oi cignin iireci,
R. W. DUOAN.
apWlaiijtroFtl fbr the 'xutot the Medical r-ro.
fettlon and the Family, poaaeaalng thewe Intrmiio
medicinal propertlea which belong tu an old and Iure
tndiipennable to Females.- Good for Kidney Com
plainU. A dellcloua Tonic. IMt up in caaea, contain
IiiK ono doten boUlea each, and aotd by all iiruc(clat,
irrocen.ic. A. M. Dmlngar Co., eatabllthed 1T7I,
o. 13 nearer airoe., niw ioric
rjlAX SALK NOTICE.
To Elir-.bethT.Ilolhrook, Charier. J. Lowery. John S.
T. Inxraham, trualeva of tho ratato of Lrtu
II, lloll.rook, dcceiueil, John Corcoran and all
oihrnt whom thia may concent i
Vou, ami ranli of yuu.ar hereby notified tiiat'at
the aaln of city loti, at the door of the court home,
in the city of i.'airo, in th connty of Alexander auil
gtate of Illinois on the loth day of Dwember, t. o.
1(07, for the tily taieii of ai.city of Cairo, due .and
unpaM fof the year IW7, I Ucamo tho' purchaser of
the following ilch ntwM lot, altuatet In the city of
Cuio. couuty of Alexander mid buu-ot Illmoi,
which lot wa aold In the name of V. V, Hoi
brnok' estate i ' r jf
Uit No. 7, In Illock numbered 2D, In tho city o
At tho Mine aale, on tho day and place aforeaald,
end for the name tuxea aforeaafd, duo and unpaid for
tho year C., Wlanloti became the purchaser (
the followln described lot, aituutc-d in the city of
Cairo, county of Alexander und Htate of IllmoU
which lot mi aold iu the name of 1). II. llolbrook'a
ti.Utc. to-nitr . ' t t
Ul No. t, Ui Illock No. 18, In tho city of C.ilro,
whodulyail);ncIuidcertincatoof purvtuuv to, t)io
And that the time given by law for the rcvlemptl&n
of the abot o decrilel i;ity Iota, wvl each of (hem to
puroliail nafore!ali on the 10th day of PeCcuiUT,
lhCT. will expire, on tho 16th day of Ueceniber. JWJ,
und that union aooner redeemed, t iliall apply Yr
a ueru lur mv i'yat'0ion oi iuu auuiv.
P. W. IIAMLI.V, Purchi
LAl(t7, llllllUISf DIBJ I, IOUV.
Vnlustilo IIouaeI.o(a; Kto'.Utc..
Will bo aold at ptiVlk auction at a credit cfthre mul
Ix mouth, at the corner of Itoane'and Water. ehreet.
SIX llluuii.B. mi .tic ruiorr wi j.uaijn auu v mvvf airtww
InCOLUMllUH. K K.N TUCK V, on tho !W day of; Juno,
lsw, commencing at 9 o'clock a.m. ani faniinajpg til!
ONK DWKI.LINO 1IOU3K Ati LOT, Vwntro't.'M:
IInrnnnoirreIUe.) ' t .
ONK THltKE-STOrtr IIKICK BUSINESS 1J0USE
AND I)Ton Water utroct, (la(o)y occuplod.by T. ,M,
Home.) : ,
Three blank lota on Roane atreet. :
ONK-IIAI.K OF IIBlCVC.BUSlNiaa IlbUSE-llireo
ttoriM, on Water atreet, occupied by ltingo s. Co., ax
u nrooerr. ' "
, O.NX-VlTU COLUMBUS WATKR WORKS i-t
'All bdliii i Co! urn bun, Ky., and bvioiimg to cafata
further parijculara mndo known at aale.or Inaulm
I adutah, Ky., of J. M. IIIOOE.' .,
t ciiro ran
QHA8. T. BINDE,
FORWARDING AM COMMISSION
CAIRO TBAarSFEK COMPANY
ThrooRh Bllla of Lmillns Riven to all
Available Folut by II H or Water.
ESPECIAL. ATTENTION TO FORWARDING. -
QAIRO AND NEW OKLEANS.
ATL.V.NTIC ASD MISSISSIPPI
COMPROMISE LINE STEAMERS
TO ' '
3NT "MX OH.Xi33ja. 2NT
OLIVK IIHA.XOII ...
TIIOMPSO.V I1EAX ....
CompnalnK '!o llnot and larnt bonta out ofSt.
One of the &oYe l.noof ateamera
AVill Icnro Cairo for Xow Oi lcans every
rortr.eiyiit Honrs, . .
Couneotlng at New Orleani with Ooan Una of Staa
Liverpool, XewYork, Uoatori, and Cleitvos-
11,11, A I !-
Pacenern and Hhlppera en rely n eno of Utfl
boat leatmK fairo puncitHUly a ulrm. V pw
particular attention to all wnr ffafthlijbfUw Mstnpnw
to New Orlewns.
IAS. j .
General A scat, Cairo.
nmee, on WliftrmxH, ramie immm
KP. F. BIfON. I'MKrnsrr and Ticket ARont.
jyj-EMPIIIS AND ST. LOUIS
: 184(1). :
Tho followtuK Boutt wimprlo thU Lino and will
run in tho following order:
Arrive at buiro,
11 ELL E BT. LOUI3, Tue-lay,4 p.m
Zelpler. Mailer!' . .
CITT OF CAIRO, Thursday 5 p m
HELLK MKMI'ia1?, Satunlar, 5p.m
Monday, 1 a.m
TiiBN., I tun
Arrhn at Ohio
l Arrive at Cairo,
CITT OF ALTON. jWednd'y, 5 p.m
Arener, Jiaier i
MARI1LECITT, " (
KUniCoW. Friday,-. 0 p.m
Miko. .wuiir i
LUMINAftr, " "
M.XFOIWTT, 'Sunday, a p.m
JULIA, " "
Callahan. M Alter.
Northern r.lue Packet Conipaiiy,
Keokuk Packet Companj,
Omaha Packet Company,
aad Varloua Ilallroad r.Luef.
Menrbla anU White Illver Packet Co.,
Arkauaaa Hlvrr Packet Company,
Mcntptila a nil Charleston II. II.,
At Vlekaborg with
Taito HlTcr Packeti, and
Vickaburg and Meridian Rallroa)t
Olvini through bills lading and tlcketa lo all ivallatl
polnta by rari or river.
C1LVS.T. IIINPU. General Acent.
Onice on WhurMiOftL
ED. P. SinSON, Ticket and l'aitnenRcr Ascnt.
jASHVILLE ANU CAIRO
W DAILY LI'E!-a "
rtntdltnr. .-.T I Vi VilY.i.ut n't.
agjpicnuiu passenger stoamcrt:
-Mauler HARPER.- .OcrJc
,Jiluiti rf WOODd.
....Mwter ! W1UVER-....M
Making all Inlermenlate'landinss, and giving ipcda
attention to wny lnnlncn. '
CUM. T. HINDIS General At:nt m
dertl 'Cd Orfico on Wharfboat;
TITEMPIIIS, WHITE RIV.ER AND
iVl LITTLE ROCK ' ;
UMTKDHT.my MAIL LINE. " ?' ,!
ioHS 11. DAVIS, Sup't, 3IemphI, Tcnncnce.
Tho BiioniHu fiuo-whooli :
J PASSEXUKIt STEAMERS
MAVKLOWKH, CO.MMKUCIAL anil .
' ' LIIIKKTV .o. ii,
Leave Menipbi atcry Tl'EKDAV, TUURSDAY ami
SATURDAY, at A p.m., fur White River, coniuctinif jit
Duvall'a Dlulf wltfi the Momphia and Llttlo ltook Rail
road for Llttlo Rook and Hot riprtnc. Time from
MemphU to Little Rock, 48 hours, ,
Freight! and Pitetengera recoiptcil over tbeuboTO
Lino at Utfer ratea than nv other rtmto.
CIU8. T, HINDU. AKtint, Cnlro. III.
jgVANSVILLE AND CAIRO '
Conblstinir of tho followine
SpU'atHtl Pitoscutrcr Steamers :
t - AIIMAUA, .
DUSOUOUF.T: Mauler FOWLER .,Clcr:
' LfftTca Cairo Bnmby aft Thmyfry at 8 p.tn.
DEXTER......... Ma.tcr GRAM1ER..., CU'rk'
LwdyCalro Tueaday and Fridiiy at 5 p.m. f
WM. Ai LO ITTU.. Jlaater WRIGHT ......arlf
i Lcav Cairo Weduendajr and Saturday at 5 p.m.
,.Mk'n " lnlermedli4o loading, and paying rar.
fagtl VT T"""" 1 5ket- Freiolift." "V
?TOfF CHAa. T. ULMTR, General Akb(, e4
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