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WEDNESDAY, MAY 19, l?e.j ,
it. B. HATlRKLL, associate editor.
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i neKlu new ieaWatf ttHoVvlff )
Mail train ir.ivoa at . Jo'clock a.m.
Kinrc" .......ilMiUt S-.weH pMi.t
. jmmsWSB&f nth
,nwi train jittitci Hi. J. J fiU-Jt
fciprci " " ..
KJtKIQIIT TRAINS 1
Way, leAyesaU.,,.')....'... ,.w J0o'ilok a.m,-
Knrf.. " . . . 'r,
Bally. Sundays oxecntcd.
fTlmt Cm Bnrd at n. )
Gentlemen can secure first class day
board'ht ValIt3r feissdri's restaurant
w" vo iiollnra per week. maTliJ-lw
Proft Appcl -Was prcclpHatAl fo'W.ie'
ground from tho high sidewalk yester
day, by tho giving, way of.tbu JruUliig;
He was holding a little boy by the hand
at tho tho.thnc, and this llttlo boy fell to
tliogrduud with hlm.iWuriatcly'recci-
Ing no Itijurlcg. Mr.
aro quite serious,,
KewliiK CJIrl tVnntctl.
1T i . . . -
vnotei immediate v. at thn llrirV
.Shirt Store,-on Commercial avenueroae
.4 1 ... '
ftioroaooYeiit istreet.il vouuir woman
who understands running u scVlug ma-
cnine ouo tliat lias had somo cxptriaMce
in enirt mawng preferred,
myiiat- B. MoManus,
iilll Ijoncrgau, solloitous
"health" of his dog, muzzled
llielaw directs." Tho doir tlum ..)
against the poison of the dog-killer, struU
vuuijr mio mo street; but had not
wireoseconus bofore a great
...vci-K.owi,, unmuzzled cur seized him,
ana very nearly shook the "dayllgnti
uOI uinif'-ue Dig dog took ofTense,
pparenuy, at mo little one's muzzle,
rt-garuingu as an Insulting intimation
wut. us, iiiuiBvii, was not deserving of a
wiro noso basket. Hence tho shaking.
The llrst class uso ."Barrett's." 1 i,
Thero wlll'he a spe'cidl ruoetlntf of tho
ctf?lvn o'Weduchday :oyuiuK May
mh, for thorfrttiJfact!on 'of Inipor'tafit
lubiness. And idl thoso In nrreaw wouJU
do well to be preteut.on that occasion.
By order of thu President.
May 17 St. c. J. Hyiand, Secy.
Old men . vb Barrett's.','
Mr. A.Hnlley, ueartho coruerof Touth
?HiiWA'jb Ui ton uviMiut't 1ij Juut -ro-reived
a new stock oTgoodsTliTB7ino!
embracliigTianglug h.i4fcbtFrfH kinds of
l alntcdtln ware, muzzles, and a thou
sand other useful and' ornamental artlt
Mr. 07v. 'ljyon,"comU"roIlerlui(l asses
for, Is engaged at the work of asHersIng
thtf taxiiblo property of thu city, forf tho
tax levy of tho current yoar.
A lino botiuct" df;pcoutt's; pjuks j hearty
txw, bleeding-heart, roses nnd -variegated
grasses, tho clft of Mit-s Sophia Lyon,
has been added to our "Uoral depart
ment" with thanks. Who next?
Tho slpo crater has almost cnlirely
disappeared, leaving no unseomly or
unhealthy scdlmont to hurt
Wu received fro oi,t ho hands of a neat,
good looklug llttlo girl this morning,
another beautiful "boquct, one that Is rich
'In variety colbr and fragrance. Our
little friend (her namo hatf escaped us)
haa our thanks for her chaste and ac
ceptable present: Prom whom, bow,
thall we receive the next one? "
At tho meeting of citizens held In
Philharmonic Hall, laatlrilght, it was
determined to obsorvo Memorial day,
by a decoration of tho soldiers' graves at
Mound City ob the 20th lnit.
In furtherance of this purposo the fol
lowing committees of arrangement'
' LAMBS'' OOMklTTKE.
Mrs. P.H. Pope, chairman; Mrs. W. J,
Allen,, Mrs. Dr. Wardncr. Mrs. Georgo
D. Williamson. Mrs. H. H. Candde, Mrs.
1). Hurd. Mrs. W. P. Halllday. Miss Ella
Stone,-Mlae Iaaogeuo Steele, riss; Kate
Yocum, Miss Mary Halllday .
'Col. Jnhis' Wood.' ohalfmah: Messrs.
James 8. Ilearden.C. II. Woodward, C.
ter, Caspor Yost and F. Bross. 1 1
Tho ladles and gentlemnpnamed in
the ab9jo coniwUeera'rov requested to
meet atjueofflpap'f 'Mulin & Pope, room
?fei".'ftWitf.99i 011 Friday evening,.
MY21et, 4t pajfjpast soveu o'clock.
Itof jot'' WH5ft?ted IlRlr Uestora-
lives anif' in,opertyi,jrfA
is ngoutfor-tlio-capper scroll llgh
nlug rod company and. will
rylllU, nil orders
promptly Call at ouoo ami navo.inein
put on your bulhlfrigti. 'TlVii "h tho best
and safest rod now'mado. Shop on Com
toTerclraTO Twelfth street. apl24d8m
" St: LoulBla)ter-beor,-tho-io8t-deeTra-ble
and purest brand IhdUoidlty, Mv bo
rouuuai waiKerce oissoit's, unio Jjcvep,
uaiborue YlutQarH. ii. narreii, jonn
W. Trover, J7 B.' Ful toii ',' 8. P. Wheeler;
John Jackson, H. H. Caadee, C. Dj Ar
Let the Ponr'AfrlCAM.
with the Idea that the city is income
way responsible for every caW of Kraall
pox that occurs within tho limit of the
CorpVfraHOi.BlaOk Hthm hare Urn
d pay, at tfee haiCstbo oitcpunJ;
Husbands have asked remuneration for
tatting care orineirivivOTf' ana imoiuers
haTeiecomrAwpaBpr, money, due,
mem ror taKing caro oi meir uaugmers.
And this class of' "rfeopW not only hold
a W;&libe city responsible .for a ..disease they
W&SfA introduced 'ift'odrltfnHVadyhibh, but
- M p m' for their illthll'eiri Would iObi fllriW imva
died out. bbltaSy'cTaittaTtravn.
gaut prices for their Boryices in their own '
'Below. wo give a sample, of tho com
munications which at frpqueut Intervals
aro pressed upon the attuutlon of tho
Board of" Health. We assdroour readers
tlmtlt 1h gouuliio, and published by us
vorbatimv It will bo scon that Mr. Sal
Utha Wiisau,eruploycd an a'menuensls:
GcntlcmciuIUQ bearer, airs. Saluthii
WlUon, tells mo that sho has taken caro
of her beloved hftsband astt her darling
child for the period of a long month,
both husband and child having a bad
caHo of black small pox.
She tells mo that during all that trying
timo sho did all'tho cooking, washing
and nursing all by herself.
I send this, distressed woman to you,
because, hlas II have no power, Poor,
downtrodden African woman! It Is u
burning shame that she is compelled to'
navoBumugu.iroiwieto.gct. jiaiu ror at
tending to her own family 1'
The amount of her bill is only. ...$00 00
Hoping that you will see that this do-
serving woman receives justice,
I am yours truly.
As the city authorities ihavc, so far,
failed to reeogflise tbtvJuBtnessJof these
QlaJmSy.mAyre not expect, soon, the vis
it of a Congressional Investigating Com
"Shouldn't wonder! ,
3fw Paper ' Eviae oftb a
tUn'nOrMitarf. Wo liave received several .numbers of
tho Davenpart Dally 'Journal,' a large
and handsome paper; recently establish
edln J3iVeBpy)rtJowa,;by Meesro'San
den aad J'himmer, the versstlle, face
tious, "up-to-suuir,'' Add H. Sanddra,
manifesting himself daily in its editorial
cOlumaa.M There is not.u more pleasilug
Writer, than this samo Sanders In the
Stifle or Iowa, and ns a political cam
palgnist ho has few equals In the Wcsf.
How President Grant rawards deserving
f oldlern li'afitly illustrated in ittmrcase
of his uiip Sanders,?' At th.cbattlof
Iuka, CVjLBaudew, fought .gajlantlyt In
tJio,lcad of hlb regiment; had his horso
lOjlXWn-der, bjrn; f ought
on t foot amtli "lie got",anpther;
finally rtfTe'lv;d "a crashing! tearing miti'
nlo ball in his ttilgli, vu4 kept oh light
ing until from loss of blood and stir.tr
QXauAtiqn, hg.feU frqm his horse,, anij
was luiiicu iu uy ur Vliunia
while actively engaged, ho wa captured,
and during a period of several months
parto6k of the Andersonvillo prison
fare, upon which thousands of his com
panions iu arms starv&t and died. Ro-
'""'i'liqraoho rcccleil, anappolnj
ment as postmaster Tf Davdnport, 'from
PrcIdcut Johnson, notwithstanding the
wlhkn6wn.fect that he had been an ac
tIi-iandpotnlnentrepubllcan oran oppo
nent of the democratic party all his Hfo.
Among tho early acts of the present ad
ministration, however, was tho dismiss
al of General Sanders from this position,
and tho appolntmchfi'fn his stead, of a
stay-at'hoiae crier of blood and' havoc,
and one who, iu alUiis Ufe, had never
smelled "hostile'' gunpowder'.' 1 'Cj x
Sanders being a republican frbrn prin
ciple, however, , do vote hi paper, to. an
advocacy of. tha odloua and revolutiona
ry tenets of tliitwpirty, U trayingh'btthi-!
grin whatever, over uie' ill ind ungrate
ful treatment, .he,, Jias received at. the
hands of the 'preslderit. - We 'baveuo
sympathy for bias, however. He Is a
man of iensef to i '"free age art', and baa
"no btwlneea" to trala-with a-party-that
administers blows .where , it should be-t
stow kisses, and gives bread where it
should "fling doralckAj"' He should
permit bis manhood to assert Itself J.
vA. Hu VMtkrm ,Prg MUra
Mr. A. R. Whlttaker hereby announces
to his frlenda a nl natrons that he.liaa ro
moved from his old stand to Ford's build
ing, two doors above; where 'he will be
pleased i ta eee and wait upoanhls old
customers, assuring tbern that, his stock
of drugs are unsurpassed for quality and
and variety, , njyj7dtf
Public Hrkool VttmW" u x
Tho puplla of the publlo school r will
give a steamboat excursion, picniot and
buBket-dluh'er on 'Friday'iiext.
The large steamer Underwriter, whose
spacioiabaAttaiJUiU. guards' furnish ample
room for a thousand 'persons, has'beefi
empdiar'Sid wWlir leaSrShealrp
what 0 o'clock a.m., for the groundp
at f ori jenereou, inKuig oniy ono trip
during the day. She 'will pass ar$u)id
Islaml JSoy liaQrdlBg,Lhe, partyaaj view
of the.beautlfu Islandj scenery. ' 1 i
Add Ui KM bo WrgedSOVents each
for the rtiund trip. Children nofc bgloijg
Ingiloithe.publlQ sohqilnwW bq, crargeil
25 cents. Jul ",,""'t myl7dtd
Tlonoy).VU! i rv
Ilv buvinir vourirrocorios of J. II. Motaalf.
wlio kcops-kfga VeffJcPitoctf'ofMlio tct(
family upplIc'if'yflU ellrf' cliuapor than tlo
cUconea1t J$q. 334 Washington avenuo, op
poslto (ho court house. ' " ' mnrStf I
rA .Htu tr -"B .t1 ''TV T - f-i , mmo 1
TheSunhHWtfrTBllHard Saloon, on Ohio
Ivec.-ls furHished with 'the latest Mtylea,
of tableWahirthelbariBUppltea rvlthTtlio
most excellent llqiiors. Free lunca s
spread everyday at 0 n. in, and 10 p. m,
!'Ai W Wow we mHM.II ReB"L .ii,iT
It is a fact that should not be allowed
to oaas from tha minds ofvOUr htulnMS
men that a few daya ago one of oil
neighboring Kentucky planters brought
jtwo hogshead f tobecper jig Cairo, and
'endeavorod to efttct a sale of it In this
jnarket Ho failed to do so rolled his
obacea: frflrathex wjjajfjrtonboaxd
pno of our Evansvllle packets, freighted
It to Evansvllle, where, wl(liln ten mln
utes.afteE.hiH'arrlvali'herjibld It for, tt?
hundred dollars. Every dollar of this
sum he invested. there pt grpcerles,;dryp
goods, etc., and having wants yet unsiipV
tdrjllng to Cairo" his Kvarlsvljle' pui1
cViaees wcro stored In the very "spot on!
our jWharfboat that had been occupied
by his tobacco, andlfrom thenco were
taken by our ferryboat atfd transported
hogsheads of tocacco found' halo hn ojaf"
market, every dollar realized wo'uidf'
have passed Into tho hands of our mer
chants; CascsVf'tlils kind arVfrequont.
Ifot 'Only hundreds but thousands of
Jiogsheads of tobacco would bo brought
to Cairo every yoar If there wero a mar
liotihere; aAd It in hazarding nothing In
saying .that .one-half. tho. .Money JKQUld
boloftln tho city. In VibW bf tldi'fact,
our citizens did not regard tho effort" to'
establish a tobacco market In Cairo of
sufficient consequence to command their
presence at tho preliminary meeting!
Tens of thousands of dollars are placed
within their reach through such an
agency, yet thoy fall to extend their
hands to secure it, lethargically setting
themselves back In their easy chairs and
complainjnglpf 1'd.ull times," "no busi
ness," and the, unpromising look of the
Immediate future! The times arc dull,
but where does the, responsibility rest?
Upon the shoulders of the very men who
complain of their' exisferice. 86 long as
tho present apathy respecting move
ments looking to the upbuilding of bust'
neae continues, so long will dull times
continue! They will not only continue
dull, but grow duller. Rival interests,
inspired by more energy and public
spirit, will co me, to our very doors and
snatch our business out of our hands, as"
Evansville did In the instance stated.
Unices there Is a waking up among us" to
the necessities' of the hour, we might as
well fence in the olty and pronouueo It
Unbilled, for, from this point forward, ev
erything dopelid,5not uponXature, bitt
upon ouMelves. Tho elements of pros
perity are, with us. Jf waptK'ejy avail
oursclres of them we slinll prosper; If
we.dp.not employ them we shall desdrve
to languUh,Mtnd to onduro the legitimate
consequences of apathy, Inaction dud
W. B. Kerney,BqJ?aropoHlnK to on-
gago ln otherbiuine))a, w.J.11 pell the.,1',0.,
news stand at a great bargain, if ppllwl
l. .. ... m t . . , .A
a spodr chance 7Arjoi; u(rprjklng
person to secure n aieauy, rciiauio and
profitable business. For particulars con
suit Mr. JCerney.
The Pulosk.1 C9tut,yj?lijqners, conflnod
in thu Jail of this county for afe-kcop-Inci
because of the dilapidated condition
,of, the,JalUoUhufj,c.oun ty, KEiLl2Jlt'P
out una mornim, lor removal to Mound
City, where clrcufr court is now in ses
sion. Arriving at tho landing, too, late
for the tug, they were compelled to' fo
oyer for somo other conveyance During
this Interval they were guarded by an
individual .claiming, connection with
"tuo mounted noss Howitzers," and
very probaWy, they Y'opld have been
shot into small chunks and strings, had
they (expressed even a deeire , to. escape.
We never saw men more faithfully
derma a I.altirrUa PratUal aaal Eater
talaracat. The' festival and eatertalniaeat at
Washington Hall, on Monday evening,
the 24th instant, in the 'interest of the
German Lutheran church, promises to
be a very interesting affair. Over two
hundred beautiful and useful articles will
be disposed of, or rather given away, to
ticket holders. Ice cream, soda' water
and all kinds of refreshments will be ob
tainable in the room, A fine band of
music will' lend the chafm of ewee
sounds to the occasion, and should any
of the party elect to Jojn In a dance cer
talnfy no objection can lie tna'dei
Admission, gentlemen 25 cent; ladies,
and children accompanied by their pa
rents, free. t , mylOdtd
Irh Mobile Oyster
Are received dally at Louis Herbert's
restaurant! 65"Ohio Levee. mayl2-lw
? .Vif.-i, i ,i
Tr ' "a"" W' J sp 1 7
Calr Pi na tent1 Tobxx WuUium l'aa
There will be'ameetiugoWth'hlck
holders of tho Calrq PJanters' Tobac"co
Warehouse company in the Athoneum,
eleven o'oloek a: ml, fontMe purposo df
electing a presidont and tlrce directors,
to. tjer.ve until the second .Monday in
Jaauary, 1870. as provided, by the char
ter, and for other business.
If. ypu-waut a good stove, prtin wa
hollow-waro, copper or nheet-Iron ware.
, t..,. I.'.ll,l,rur.
call on A. Fraser,iCommercial iivonup,
boteen Kievejitaud'welfth streoj,
whoro hn has moved to, and fitted up thu
largest and most compioto slion In
Southern Illinois. 4 -
boat and mill work, copper fcinlthlacrp
and sheet Iron Van, uch as chlmneyp,
i..-rini ' , i
Part llt for the 34 Hour Eadlnr at
Tvrm a'elaeh , P. AT. '
nen. Anderson, Colum.; Wm, White, railticafi'."
Tllmiin, Nanhvlllci txui-, St. Louis;
ilfvlMtp, T3tnvillp, KJuirk, . -,i )., .
JfTt,V.0,,"",n Jln8W,'Clnelimntli ti.v
Jallj VIc-kBiHira, ltolrt.Hurn;'"i .' W,. v
11. K.' .Nfvt.orlfAii.i Hhuiurnok, , . t.
Mtrjr'AlloorrittiilmlKO . Tom Furrow, rilUbarg, ,'
PKl'ARTUlir.B. , '
Cn.,Aiu!M-.on, Oluiii.) Win, Wllt, Pdiii?hi -1
Jlry IlnnMon, N, O,)
Mengor, Ht. Louio;
Tom Farrow, "
iieiin iu. ixiui,- Nemnliliit
Itoli't Riirnn. - ' J
Mary A)lco, 2ivw OrJean;
Thewoftthor Is clear and' beauiful to
day Ulspito tho cloudy prospects of yes
terday afternoon. 1
Tho mercury is rariglng . Iu tho neigh
borhood, of 71 , ' '.(
IrhQMiRslsBippi Is again dDcIlnlng,its'.
alsb tho Missouri, the latter being' in
Very bad condition A riso Is reported
coming from tho mountains but will not'.
'amount to much.
Tllo Ohio U stationary at Pittsburg
with 0 feet in tho channel, swcllng still
at Louisville with 0 feet In tho pass over,
Hero the river has fuilon about ono
foot In tho pant 24 hours '
The'Tallsmau brought 210 hhds tobao-.
co for Orleans, CO. for tho Blue lnor180,
pkgs cedar buckets and 40 bbls fruit for
St. Louis. i
Tho Quickstep brought for Chos. Gallf
gher box mill plx; Thomas 5t Green 31
bbls potatoes ; D. Hurd & Son 12q sits
corn; B. S. Harroll 14 pkgs furniture,
and 380 barrels for St. Louis.
The Bon Accord took up 2)0,000 feet
lumber, COO. plow beams and 25,000
Tho Magenta brought for the city 10
bbls potatoes, 5 pkgs wire, 4 do sundries'
Stratton, Hudson Clark 6 hbds sugar,
ancl has 213 hbds sugar and 1,271 bxs tin
and a good'trlp of sundries for St Louis.
The Wm. White, Capt. Northern, U
the regular' Cairo and Paducah packet
The Cumberland, Capt. Billy Lowtb, is
the regular Cairo and Evansville packet
The Jno. Lumsdcn, Capt. Davis, Is the
Nashville packet tomorrow.
The Talisman took, on several very
fine wagons and two ponies p rough t
from St. Louis for Lake's circus at Nash
"Tho award YbTtiahsporting army'Blfp
plies from Chicago0 St. Louis and
points on the MlvInlppi, .Oleans, yafl
made at Chicago, Saturday. Capt. Jup.
N. Boftluger, of St. Louis, was the low
wttblflder. , i -t a , n tml
MBarrett's" is notu dye.
Barclay, Brpthera,.larrott'B, agouts,
Cairo, Illinois, my 10 d&lw
"Barrett's" produces but one, shauel v
T.10K.SAX.E. CHEAJP-w CoMage and
jl iwi,"irn:riAx:Bmm fijiecnin airt'ria,
tiJitX.V A SMALM, Atv.a.
wants'. ' ' "i
Y and : City Scrip at cicenu on tlm'dfillar, for all
Kin'iaoi i.umwr and limiacri' Materia,
wnllltf v. w. TIIOUNTO.V.
JfCJR REST The office, on Ihe aocond floor,
,7,'Mi,,,: MtllerVrMUlns atorr, at iv"dKo
termi, AppiyatllllerA.Viller,. ' - myS-tf
I W i . m. i k M I R , ff V I
' ttJS1'T,nS underionei thoroUKh TepaJn,
BBaaBBBBaaau mmu sum u lauy.to accoui-i
iiMate eicurilon cortlea aad nlcnle. Towlnir.'
JobbiUEUUog,.rckJpg, mnipui.an4almoat any-:
thine ihat'oan I done by any teaiaNiat.' For par
ticulara apply on hoard the boat, head of Eighth itrret,
Q W. GREEN,
(Succct tor to Killlf , Greru tt Co.,)
T . i : U ! J
. Or mix in
Gcacral CoBBabsiea XcreliaHt,
fJlAX SALB NOTICE.
To ElltabethT. llolbrook, Cliarlei J. Lowery,
eauie oi ifariu
II. iinmrooK, rfeeeatetl, John
Corcoran and al,
other whom thl. may concern i
UUT, for the city tajen of .aid city of Cairo, duo and
uniHuu lor lua
I lie ioiiowuw
irVUlLal aitlltw 9
Lot No. 7. fn block numbered 2d. iii dieAn?
a. niv -uiuv mci. vu uiq ua. iiuiu iiaco aioreaani.
and for the name taxea aforenatd, dim and uupaid fot
tho yejM; tCT, ,C. .Wiuaton lenmiU)o purchaaer H
thefollowihKdeacrilx-t'lot.'ilrtialeil lnT tho city of
Cairo. rnuiiTv of Alexamlur anil Ntato
which lot waa aold in the name of I, II.
itate.la.wll j . .. ,
l-ocNoY.. In Bloefc tin. n:;in tlloTItlfkfrJ.,
who duly analgned anid eertlficato of utTiano to tlu,
UUiV-f IKMTII. ... u X
And that the lime alieu bv laur.for Ihf, ruloninllnii
of thenbore ilcf-orlU'd city lot, and each' of them l
purjiae.a m nfurt.alloatJw4l( bw ftti
imi, win exniro on tno ivtn u:ty or
anu mat uniea4)our
ruleemed. I hIiuIIi uuiJv tr
adeodforthe ioeaaion of the aame. I
ll. Wj IUII.IN.liin,lu... .
m Cairo, lll(uoi, it .7, lfc. . , 1 myJtUtfw
' r i 1 1
'.. IAr .
v.. 1 ...... . . ...... . , . . . . v I
iuiuihiii JUI!,!., .!.,, fSIC,
Will W aold at'pnblio auldlon 'at a (tnilt vCt''" uJd
nix monlh,at threarnar nfoaieimd Wa'e.
ItiCOLUJIlluk KENtUck'v.oTi ihoWaavefJliiir,
leoV, comint noiliK at 0 o'clock ill. itml Ooa tiruKii; t 1)
all fcold. i -Hl H 1,
,0NE PWBLMX(J JIDVpU ARW ('li'ion : I ,
Jlonieuowrflileii.l . . , ..,( M,,,,iT
" ti 'J2lJi'i.t tkt" . rL;.t ' H w
, ONfi-HAl.K 1IHICK llbaiNS IlOUsfcjtT.rUH
, ntpriei,.m;WMtttUe.. occupied by itfnito t Co.. I ir
vqWMu JMWMBVa vateb w'
MY8mxmm, Rf., rat mwQlftfki
Further rrtiw$ljl&Lix at
...Ypii, and rch ot, you, aro Itcrrttjr notiftetl.iluit.at
the mI ofeltr lot, at the door of Ihi-ourf honwj
in thn city of Cairo, in thn county of Alexander end
HtAteof llllnoin.on ll 10th day of Dtx-einber. i. ni
jrar i bvcnnia, ma porvluur oi
z uocrnieii mi, .iumtcu in win city or
tr of Alexander and Htute of llllnoi
iui I il 1 ,1 in iiir iiniiif nr ir n ni
i aUili. il lnniiLat.1
- CAIRO CltT
FOHWARDINtt aNI) COMMISSION,,,
CAIKO TRANSFER COMPANY
TlroKl 'BIIUi Of linillne Rlren to
Avnimuie 1'Olllia uy unu ur men
eirai'EClAL ATl'KNTlON TO KOItWARDINO.
fAUlO AND NKW OltriKANS.
:V- . . ... ....i
Aili.WHV ASW JIIMISSII'I'I
THE STn.Vlir.ll4 .
W.n. AKTlltllU JONES. HnMor.
riAiiv oav ntJitic, ?iotor,
IIUTII ..I'KOItAM, Jfatr,
PAUI.INK CAUUOLt.......VJ(lTK, ilMlcr,
MZKIK CI ILL . .....U'.NKIL..tatcn
COMMONWEALTH ....COM,Y, .Ma-ltr,
OMVB MKAIVCII........JUM, lnlrr.
COMTINKNTAIi . OllKliSOUQH Mait'r
MiHHiaaiPiu .....r.iu;i;,. Mnjtrr,. , .
TIIOMPHOJI nEAN..,:.. l'KrrEH, Maatcr,
MOLtlB ABLE A1II.E, MaMcr.
Comnrnlng all Die flntt nnd Urged UU out of St.
Onooftlio AboTo lino of itcixincr
Will leave Cairo for Xcw Orleans every
Connecting at New Orlrami Willi OcranMna of btoaja,
Llverpool, A'cw York, Boalon, and Oalyes
Pnwngrra and rihipprra can roljr on ono of llifio
bnatu Irarmg Cairo ptmclualljr M abOTa. Will ray
particular attention to all warfril(tiUtlor Sternphln
to New Orleam. C1IA3. T. HINHK,
Oencral Arnt, Otlro.
omcc. nn Wliarfbnat, 1'uUio LauUinfi.
ED. K. 81SSON, raocnitr ami Ticket Agent.
Office, oi tit. Charlca Hotel.
jyj-I-MPniS AND ST. LOUIS . ; . V
: isoo. : JjjX if:;I
'fnh fbilnwfnr; Iloata i.ompHe thf Lln and' will
run,ln tho followlni: order;- ' .
i JlEMl'Ilia I'AaCF.W , . ,
ArrlT at Cnro,Arrl at Oalrcn
) J 'it. '" .
Monday. 1 - a.iri
Tliurf ., 1' o;m
DKLLK MKirUl!, Sntunlnr. 6p.m
iranc, .MftMrr. i
iirrlvo at Cairo, Arrtri; at Cairo,
BoatiT j iwwk. . ' vt. J
CUV OK ALTON, Wodnd'y.Op m I'rltby, , .l,a.rn
Archer, Jlaitcri ' . . " ,
MABIlLKCITr. i " " r
iwmoo, ifrldnj-, fi tun Sunday, l sjn
Hlaae, Mkkt'l '
Conway. JtoaUfi ' "HA
U.K.t'OMTTH, SunJay, 6 p.m Wodaid'ylam
JULIA. , '".
Callahan. MaMer.' 1 " ' .
Connecting at St. Louis wvii '
Xorttierii Lino 1'acket Coiiiiniiy, .i
Keokuk Packet Comimuy, -.!8
Omalia 1'ackeL Company,
nnd Various IlallrontI Lluca.
AtMeruplUa with ' .
Meinpltla aud White Illver 1'ackat Co.,,
Arkanaaa Illver l'wckct Company,.'
?IciuiUU mid Cliarlct ton il. lt.,i
and JtUalaalpjil d; Tenneitee 11. R
Yaioo Itlver racket, and '
VlckiburK aud Sfcrldlan Hallroaal,
Qlrlnc throunh bill" Udlogand tickets to all araiiable
point by rarl or ruer.'
uri.?. t. jnni'iv, i.neraj Atienu
ED. 1'. HIMON, Ticket and Pw-ciiRer AKnt. i
JTASIIVILLE AND OAIKO . ,
Comlitint; of tho rollowlotr
plundid pasacnger itonniors:
8TR0N0 .Msater WOOD9 Citric
K.nM0N...........Mjer j WEAVER.......aerk
UAV1H Matr I L'AVLS.. ..C1(Jk
MaVIng all lntimcnlttleiundiiin, and glvinK apeia
attention to way Uialnea. . ..
ujia3. t. jiiiMir., uenenu Asen
deoSl 'Ctd OrUce on Wharfboat.
ElU'RIS, WHITE RIVEKJPAND
lilTTliE ItOUK, . a
UAVIH, Han't, Memphis. Tennwttt.
. tjio pioiuiia sia6-wlicol
PASSK.VHKIt STEAMTR '
MAYVLOWKR, COMMEKCIAt. aud
r LIHKKTVNo,)!, a
Iave .reiiiDhr aVerv TlJESnAr. rnninsniS
HATIlIllUr. .' A n.m 'for U'bliu Iflv. 1.V.VLf.Z .7
JkMulfa Buirvrhfi iho MwnoJU. and r,ftQe nKIJ-,-Md
for I,lttle Rock imd Hoi Sprlnsn.- TImftoni
JlempbU to Ultlallock,. hours. ' '
umv iii iucr iiii'i uiaii mi
I lower rates thai) any other routa.
I - ' C1IAS. T. ill:
IJiWi, Aut. Cairo, III.!
Offlco on Whatf-boal.
fgjV-AX SYILLli AND CA I R0
packet o o ivr x'-.'visar tst
CiliisIiliiiL' of the following
Suleiitltd I'iissi'iifj'er Stcauicrs:
DU80UCltKT.....lIaii(er 1 FO WLKIM ... ..Clerk
t I-egv? Cairo fiuuday nnd Thtirstlnjt at 5 p.m. ' "-"v .
! t QUICKNTKIl.
.XTEK.. .. Jlaater j GKAIMEH...i i.OJvrk
jj.yjura ni..u uu a-riiiojroi.in. j
Waf.'A. XlWTIl...Mater ( WHlQHT.M.,:..A-.v..acrk
iLMTea Cairo WednwdaV and 8tarilaaf S-W
,r-f "PC" I . 4a1"!1" mim 'ISnm. IH uATIHaT liavi,
7 Wit I W,iiw-,,,,,.-((W r.Mli