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WEDNESDAY, MAY 26, I860. O
M. B. HARRKLL, ASSOCIATE XDITOB.
Tho trains now leave as follows:
Vail train arrive at.......... t o'clock a.m.
Exprci " " 4-ot " p.m.
i . , FHKIOHT TRAINS : s gz
Way, leam lt...i.:..;i. . oVnoWsItri?
Kxprest, ? T.-...?s'J..,MK7.T.Jr7t'I(r"wJfri
urnves .MHM ,
25. da v. boardnrs. wanted at tha. aW
Charted Hotel -at $25 per month.
That he public maylcnow.flomethlBi
ottue'cnaracUr of the forrests-tof "South
ern Illinois wa will mention the faet
that a celebrated'. ''beehUBter' 'Wo
Bhawncetown, who t accompanied the
plcnio party, yesterday., counted frlB
tne limit or less wan a nair acre or
ground, (In the eeater of. which had he
BeaUd himself for ulf:mldy Jetaek,);
twenty different kind of trees!
The construction of a bridge across
cacno anu Jiess' uayou will close up
nearly all the' ;breaks InTtheAfembank-
ment of tho Cairo & Vlucennss rallreaL
oeiween uairo anu Aiounu city, Tne
work has .been .pushed t forward, jrvtjK
rapidly and look sabstftattal and Inbh
ed. At some points it has net beef
brought up to grade, eat the strong force
of men and teams engaged upon it
snakes It rise very preceptlbly every day;
The Cairo delegation to the New Or
leans commereial convention has been
hsardXrom.r -An excursion was cB&afa
from New Orleans out to the Gulf, in
which our party joined. 'TheTollow
telegrams received here lata VMterdav
evening, indicate the progress and result f
4 o'clock p.m. Excursion Jast going
over Dar. uairo ueiegation well.
5:80. p.m. Exeursion returaed all;
tl. A l I.. II.. . a . '
ngui. vioeny uirowea up nis DreaKfasc
TBa Ttmrty TrMM.
Tho hundreds of cltlrens whofilled the
Immonse canvass spread at tho denser
of Tenth and Poplar atresui, last night,
aro enthusiastic In praises of what they
saw and heard. Tho famous spectacular
drama or the "Black Crook" was the at
traction, and the appointments, scenery
and acting were all that was expected.
To-night the "White Fawn," surpass
Ing all other presentations In the gorge
ottsaeaa of Its details, will eecupy the
boards. We need Jtcarcely urgo a large
turn out, for tho "Wblto Fawn" will, of
itself, draw a full, house.
A report has gained circulation to the
effect that Mn-K'TJ-li, so shaped the
picnlo yesterday as to put monoy in his
own purse. This report Is both ungener
ous aud cruel. That gentleman could
not make an arrangement for the free
transportation ef the cnlldrea, uatefiV
became .penes ally reepeauMe for are,
No stcamboatman would agree to take
the total receipts. By extraordinary
effort,-enough tickets were sold to fur
Blah a few dollars surplus perhaps lav
er 3S. Had there bees a deficit of that,
er aay other asaount, Mr. 11. would have
keen called epoa to make It good. By
areryprtaeMeef right, tsMM. be is ea
iHUd to theawnslae. Bat aei oae m
ef U does he afprofriate te his ewa aee
Brery larthiac will be expeaded la the
i ef MerJi fef use lrerary mm ec
lente for the seheel reeas. z
pat aa yaar aildlags;
ThhT Is the best
aad safest red ae w
Mr. A.R. Whlttaker hereby aaneuiees
to aafn4eiae'aad taaMKaliri.
moved from his old stand to Ford's baild
iBgi twjsdssm shove, wham he, wfH.M
pleased ta aee aad watt apea his, aid
lustsmsrn.-astarlst taemtaat'hls sieok
ef drugs are uaaarpaawel fo qaallty and
-j. .r v. .;iiti4
I l.t- Bav17Jr
asrawkervy VseStTaa TrT XlcaO-
The ladies of the,ChrUU"'congrtga-
tion, of this elty, wMl.haid a strawberry
festival, la the ream ever Parker Phil
lis',' formerly the ehlna store of Mark,
PaHeas A Ce; eeraei of Tenth street and
Ohio Levee, on r Thursday aad Friday
This is the first T appeal 1 this church
has made to the public for, help slnoe.Its
organisation, and It should be responded
to by ourcItlxfashosehAHds and pur
ses are ever open, te such ealis.
Many of Uje first families of the city
claim connection with'lfi Is church, and
are lendlng.theirhelp.to render h) sup
per and festival everyth'lng that could be
desired. There will be a diversity of en
tertalnnjent.to reader, the evening pleas
ant aad engaging, aside from the laaaay
of the'sunbeV;' '
dies of the Christian oburehbAiff
evening. Let us all go, and not fo:
to take the'ehlldren. The expense will
be small, aad every dime tt'eoste will be
aaaa7tjfirl ttZ? mlKJttm
Save year lives aad praperty. A. laaala le.liamiJaVatw;lsslMair.
i.aaaeeaasagastaBMaat. Trtsi Weed Mm. P. H. Paaa.
devoted to a deserving end. 2t
We ftnd the following paragraph in
the qhleago 'Times,' ad' IV' It roofo
n the column of the 'Bulletin' for tne
I ta a sralliia klnd-Uearted and
ng George, nohow." Tne 'Timer says:
The follewWM JefetMfte M the mur-
fn .1 1 M.v.n i j J In "rornrmlncr."
and were instrumental In procuring the
pardon of .that, Iptefesgeaale The
extract is, laaen mnn a-nan-rransisco
paper of a reeeafdater 1 i -u
here, whenftahesoon became the , pro
prletrsesrofis house of lllfame. The fact
that she was the famous .Mollis, ,Trussell
attracted a great many.vlsltors to her
nouse,, ana sue Decerns, jftuiie a non
aaeagta certain class;' lince her advent
here she has. be ea twice before'the police
court lorassawung pernoBwim ajuuvne
knife, and now she has come before the
cures. "The denehter of tf'wcllSRuown
morchaatrwas 'mused from lief 'homo,
and search -reeartedin her belngfduud
In Mollle's bajahvjBha-bithcr Is do-
eileiiss f baatifna W aeaVf f f rnm ItA.
coming public, for;the sake 'eT.hlsfybung
ana neauurui oagater.iBe-:niatier wax
be hushed ap, and-sMollIe1, '.will escape
merited punlHhaeat;", '-i
I punish Meat
50 day . boarders wanted
Charles at fai aer month.
There was a mistake in the selectibn of
the plcnle grounds .yesterday, that de
tracted somewhat from the pleasure
of the day. It was'tfie purpose to land at
Caledonia and occupy the grove in which
the railroad convention waa'tfeldf but ai
the instance of perseae' oa hoard -"who
"knew all about the oeaatryijthe boat
landed a mU-aheve, town, at a point
bayingote first single requisite of a
pl'c nlc' gfouB', except trees and brier
blossoms. The crowd was beat1 oh . en
jeyaaeawaewever aad seeaied' te over
look the character of the grounds. One
geatleman declared that the locality had
been selected for the sole and only rsa-
sob mat a worse one couiu not oe rouna
bttt we excuse. i mat man because we
had seea hlsa plekiug himself up .out of
a raucKy siusn, not turee minutes oerore.
Taking everything Into "consideration,
however, no party ever left Cairo for
a Uay'n recreation, that returned better
satisfied with the results. There were
fully six hundred children "da boardr
and if a single one of these were Injured
to the extent of a sprained flnirer.
we rauea ip aearor ine occurrence.
Pratt, Kiiuflmann's string band fur
nlsbed the masie daring the picalo ex
curslou yesterday, and better music could
not have been desired.. The profeasor. ,1s
perfect master of Uie violin, (and. of
every outer instrument, in roct,) and is
ably sustained by skillful performers oa
the second violin, flute, clarionet or plc-'
colq and viol.
We hnTtf no Jiiiswatlaa ln recommend
Ing this band as one of the very beet in
all the country.
.!- Rata Ul;la WsmMnI.
We want immediately, at the SU
Charles Hotel two or three dining-room
girls liberal .wages paid to these ,wha
thoroughly understand their business.
Jewktjt Wilcox A Co.,
BH rilln Bmw
The committee appointed to arrange
for a decoration of the soldiers graves , at
Mouad City oa the th last, met la the
office of Messrs. Maaa .eVJPope, yesterday
eveaiag, and, la fathsranee af the ,yar
pose la'view, Ue "foUewiag eommlstsss
wesa aaaaai: l'
Oa tsaasfsrtaUea John W, Trever,
ehkinaaa: Casper Yeai.
rQa masts Fmt Beam, shslrmsarV
MMmi Mnn t t r
F. Braes, MaaaaalM.
BU,Mka.Aaahi P.lfef, " lfx
OsCa aaaaHf aaar0 affataMCaBMaaaaal ifMkA
Uadei mites ha v lag
ehUdfMaat Meeataeaea, the reaad kip,
bbbbbb aaaaaaB BaBBaaaBBB aaJB ABBBfltaBBBBBmataBBBBamal aVaaaV aaMai
aaaraj araaaiaBaaaaa ayaa aWapaaBBBaaBBBBBapaBj WBVB aa"B
therised to etosa la with hie prepasltlea.
TheUaaerr wBIee'oar laadlag
at half peat f efeleest a.ai. : c m
'-The eootest sMalag resm ia ase eity is
The Sunfower Billiard MaOoeaYea Ohio
Levee, is famished with the latest styles
of Ubles, aad the bar sapaUed, with aaa
skim exoeoesH nejaem. Free-iuaoa is
spread every aay at t a. at. aad It p. as.
MLMtm m ,
Dea't foil to call aa Pitcher sV Heary's
for everything ia the Hardware Uaa, 192
Commercial avenue. my2Mt
Veal lassa Maeiaai.
Every item inserted la our local col
umne le read by at least eae thjaaaad
persons, tdejly, ilfileoWe.iweald not
disparage onr aayeruaiBg ceiumnsas a
medium of oommunloatioa with the
publkt, we 'Btaysey,' n aevrtheloss, 'that
the Increased pSfiee oh'argefforbaelnees
notices in our local columns hi fully au
thorised byr tat ineressedBotoHety
secured. TbB Jp, UBiesoed by many of
our patrons and hence the numerous
business and personal ,ae4ics that are
found Interspersed among our items of
local HeWs.:,Olirehargse4are 90 cents a
line (10 words) for the first wserttea
Bring on your business "locals" then,
and In less than two days we will have
every family of the city. tf
The brass band connected, with
Davey's dramtlc troupe discoursed first
class music In dlflerent parts of the city
The prdctSMaOnTr'en.ie Mayor directs
certain policemen to destroy all unmuz
zled dogs found running at large. An
a punishable offense to discharge fire arms
in the corporation, and this ordinance is
being enforced; sgalilst the. policemen.
It' Is becoming quite evident that we
Aavebeen "gdveine'd tddriiuch'f" ''"I.
The warm suashlue of to-day was
relieved gritty by a etUT breeaa that bftw
diu-lngthe.entjredax. t , , , w
Strawberry picking at Villa Ridge and
all along the lino of the railroad com
menced several days ago. Some 'two
hundrpilaml fifty pickers are employed
and near Cobdon. , , n rjr
Scarce local Horns and grcenbacks.tr
A hard-working individual concluded
to goM-ajhustr yiKBjornlngj andof that
purpose put $15 fn nis pocket and sallied
WAV AS A V 1IVIVM B,w u V UUII WW A M
twice, whipped once, and hadn't seen
"a mlt of ,fun." W shouldn't wonder.
Charles Hoteirat 925'per mohtliJ
Barclay brothers Barrett's agents,
Cairojlllnols,. ft f ffySAww
Go to Pitcher dr Henry's, foK Brlttanla
Ice Pitchers, and Fruit, Flower and Egg
The Catholic church is receiving a new
roof and a general overhauling that will
prolong the days of that venerable balld
Mr. J. L. Ferguson, of the Jackson,
Ten n esse, Tribune, oae of our largest and
best Bout hern exchanges, called on us
this morning. He is Tagenlal,'blg-hearted
gentleman, fully deservlng.of the succa
that a'tleh'ds his newspaper labor.
H. M. Hulen, grocer, will remove his
stock from the building next door to the
corner of Eighth and Commercial to No.
72 Ohio Levee, on Saturday next.
M. J. McGauley has removed his drug
store from the corner of Eighteenth aad
Commercial avenue to his building be
tween Nineteenth and Twentieth, on the
same avenue. )(
William Williams, a now comer, has
been going it pretty strong since his
arrival, on the capital of parties who
tolerate his company. It Is tho practice
of thls.double Billy to approach a strang
er and claim that ho had met' him "In
some other locality, and on tho strength
of that claim urow milto hinilliar. If tho
stranger happened to have money Wil
Hams InslstD on a spree, and if
the stranger consent Willfnms
Is euro to get his part. of the liquor
without Incurring a due proportion, or
ny proportion of the expense. He Is in
facta '.'stead heat" and a email potatoe
Yesterday he got on to one of his free
drunks, became dlorderly, and was fined
$5 but shedding a vast quantity of tears
and promising to leave 'town immedia
tely he was not Imprisoned. Before
night, however, he duped another man,
got drunk again and was again arrested.
Upon his second appearance 'squire
Bross Imposed a fine of f 10 upon the
young man, to satisfy which, and costs
of salt, he will labor oa the streets six
teen days, eating aad sleeping, tho
while in the castle Von MoHale.
'Barrett's' prevents baldness.
Bieaael Tsaer, white, aad Jean Wil-
HaaaVa iMiaNWBf 4Vib)bM4bI aWsVMaaT'aBal faal aa)
mtaal si Iin this aaecalag, and ex-
kastiig'pcliUcal 'topla gftva way ta aa
aaedit aa4 the asas
Tease paid his flue fn cash, and Wil
llama will work his oat at street labor.
A white womaa whe gave her masse
as Lixxie Martla, beeaase deeply intexi
sated, and shocked her whole neighbor
hood by a use of ebsesne and offensive
Uagaage. Unable to pay the iaa of 5
that was assessed against Jheir, she was
ooaalgaed, for a period of nine days, to
the calaboose. .
Jaha Gieasba was senttethscahiboose
and street labor for nine days, as the
penalty for getting dead drunk.
Jta .we left the court room, Michael
Teaer was procuring a warraat for the
arrest of Mlehael Craeton, an individual
wha had.get tak oa Toaer's.whlakg
and tbea shewed bis gmtUade by kaock
lag Tonsr down. It is highly probable
that both parWeawere fined.
"Nasby" recommends "Barrett's."
A late edluirlarartlcle hf thV Carbon
dale 'New Era'' was ratherbltter oa the
Ceatralla railroad J men, deneunciag
them as frequenters ef billiard and
drlnklnafoaleoas and as night caroasers
MdlsabbathJeaksrs. The. last J,Nsw
Era,' however, eoatalns fuJJjrejraxlt,
the editor declarlnglhat he never knew
that such an assault had been made up
on the Ceatralla railroad men throagk
his paper, until his attention was called
to the .matter by. the rejoinders, of .the
Cent'ralla'papers Thlsstfould admonish
the 'Era' man that be ought not to write
for bis paper Jvhet:ho.ta l estate of ob
By buying your'grocorlc of J. II. Motcalf
itjjo keps:a largo aadtolcct stoekVrVthobeYt
family lupplics, nnd tells thoaper tlmi the
cheapest, No. 334 Washington uvenue, op-
IVBI.U (llUUflllkUUUlVl UIHIUU
iite&isix tf.yT. 1 ' v ' ?..o 1
'Barrett's'' and gray
100, prompt paying .day boarders .aaa
be accommodated at the St; Charles du
ring the summer at $25 per saeata. w i
If you want a'godd'etdve, or tinware
Ji.6H6wl.yare,, copper, or sbit-lreo wrei
ilMTfopf, gutter, or anything ia;thajlhjej
oallioa X. Fmsrr' Comnereiai aveae
bjeteen Eleventh and Twelfth 'slreeti
hn lia litui mnvad tn. a.nt Bit-Mdi Mat th'ak
largest' "ah'd: most' compUiejTsnep 'in
Particular attentiea given to steam
boat'':' and mill work, copper' Bmlshiwt
and. sheet iron, work, each' as chlmaeys:
preecuer escaping Biampie, to.a
. Hair Rest ori
. i tat tM.r1
The 8t. Charles Hotel loldeoat peeB
liar inducements tedtv boarders: and
our business men. who are intefi
tub minnort or a nrst oiasa noiai la
cltyi'flkould uio their infiusace 'fn bring
lne about a response; to the proprietor's
call for 25, 50, 75 and WO bajjlers. Upj
macrteu geuuomcu, cierKa,. uieieaaaw
on, the St. Charles and fill up aJL.the
-A' delightful breeze sws threuf the
dlnliTg'room, renderingit precisely' what
tho proprietors say it Is the eoolest aad
pleasantest dining room In the State of
First In the Hairline, "Barrett's"
Fort I4at for tka nf Tra Ea4lla;
TW( 'CICAt, r.
Otn. Anderson, Colttm.j Was. Whit, rtducah.
Don Accord. MrtrrpoHi; Wicki ep, ctibijitii ;
Sam J. Hale, Cincinnati; Vearditown, m. louiij
MniAia Jiaja, neiiao. uwu. . i
Oroeakcl(,KeOrlranf: Rubicon, VickibtirR;
lUchmond, Nw Or 1 cam.
UncKia Jlara. " su ixinia,
Oen. Anilebon. Colttm.i Wiu. Whits. FAducahl
Ham I . Hale, Memphlr, Cjulckitac, EraaTll!;
ntoanhMk-. dncfanatl: Babteoa.
. int aunt Hava.
The weather continues clear and
The Mississippi and its tributaries are
The Ohio is falling again at Pittsburg
with 6 feet In the channel, bat stationery
atLoulsvllle with 0 feet 8 inches in the
Here the river -has" -fallen 10 inches
since last report. . ,
Tho Talisman brought for Is ew Orleans
113 hhds tobneco; Memphis 10'J bbls
flour and meal 5 St. .Louis t280 bbls t flour.
Tlie Quickstep brought 105 pkgs mdso
for tho South.
Tho Sum J. Hale, brought for p. Hurd
& Son 58 bxs soap : B. S. Harrell 57 mat
rasses: J. W. Phillips 4 bbls sugar; Geo.
Armstcad 10 pkgs sundries; V. B. Rock
well S tikes: G. D. Williamson 50 bbls
coal oil, 10 bdls raper; Scott White 2
pxgsandse; Pat Burke, 4 kegs nails, 27
bxs mdse. -
The Wm. WblteCapt. Northern is the
rKtmr Mokot for Paduoah this vaalajr.
Tho Cumberland;Oj?t Billy Lowth is
the packet for Evansvlllo this evening.
T70S KKNT Tho hrt bulldlnr on 11 s, is J,
Jp lately occupied by Parker A Pliilllpa and Wm.
winter, rotatasion firon imnwoainj,
C. tflMHTOM, Wo. Tt OAlo tiTW.1'
FOR EWT.-Tha oBca on tba accond floor,
over Millar A Mlllrra clarthins atort, st reaaonaalo
tanaa. Apply at MUIerAMtlUr'a. mfS-lf
TtTAMTasa Aleiaadar Oauaty Ordaw. at SS cU.
W aad CUfBerip tAMcaaAaaai Um 4atiar, far ail
IAP-Nm OaMsaa aad Ibm
" Si?6UKa7, AliT.a
fUIKO AKB P ABU CAB- :
in -n 1 .E-- Maatay,
Will mVe rccular DAILT TRIM Uja. Calra a4
Paducah, lMTlaf Cairo attry tTMlag SJuaiaya as.
crptad) at Sra o'clock. ..... '1''
the White eonaeeta at Fmdoca wltH tha Naw Orlosea
and Ohio railroad, aad tha Ctuatxrlaad sad Xaaaeaaa
rlrer paekata. '
JOHN G. KATJFFMANN,
Jjj UUBKB OF
INPEPENMT. hTEUie BiNB.
Caa accommodate the public with music for balla
partlen and tereaadei, at abort notice, aad oa mass
ibis tenna. Laaaoaa girea oa erery IMtruaaal,
1 on Uthatreet, bat. Walnut a4 Otdar,
J? IW ''. . M P iiUONosi
to L'lUaMHT.'aloibrooW, Charle J;
T. In-Taliiai; tnntrr- of thoaaawaroT Parlui
B. UeiareMCi aecaaaea, jonn uoroaiawa an
othen VBAin mi may concern 1 wm.
Tou. aad each of you, are aeraar- BMteM
re herafcf - aa
(Le sal of city Iota, at the door
In thoeKf Of Clo, the aounty of
ire. m me wug
n we ISMl.da
1WT, ftr the er teseSftt elk;
unpaid for the year lSST, I tecaroo
of mmoia. an we una.aajav.
ro. due aad
Jeaoribed lot, altuated In the elty of
Cairo, couaTy of Alexander and State of UUaOla,
tfhloh aaia lot u oia in uieaame orw. u. oi.
I'rooK eatate 1
Lot No. 7. in Block numbered 88, In the city o
At the fuuno sale, on the day and plica aforesaid;
aad for thu aamo taxna aforeaald, dae and naaald for
(imwrarlT. (1. Winston became tha nurcbaaer J
(i, wtnsion Decs
dencrlhed lot. ell
clro .eouniy ,pi Aicxanaer. wiu
r a. I 1 . 1A - mi rA In Ilia Mumaa rW
whlelt tot was sold In the naroo of D B, HolbKoPs
etiite.to.wltt . . . ilAHHVhb
Ixt No.8, In niocW No. 8S, In tho city or Caaio,
wn duly assigned said certificate of putchue to tho
And that the timo given bylaw for tha jadamptlon
0rth it) w U sartyeA eteyTtotay i I awa them ao
purchased as nfortsaid.OA.tho 10th dav of Daoamhar.
IWT, will,exnirj on the 10h day of Uaoanbar. ,,
indthai unlea.ooner re4eeae4; J "af.YT,fari
Cairo, Illinois, May 7,
- " A-e TV a a uiLiiani
vs 'I!..' Jfcw J -wtt
-OAiaoorrr - f- kcaibo runti
caiko irnANSFEii' cosupanv
Through BlllaJrfJLfclair Ktven to aJl
Available Polnia by Hall or Water.
.fiATDAKTIC AND MlSSISSlrtjtf
AM fi ' ' "I'
CTMPR0M1SE LISE BTEABEttS1,'
a i to . I'frJ
3txr aa vcr on. Xs ai JL-Tfm
W. AHTH UR IO.VKS. Milter. "
LADY. AY.......-......Iii;itK, MMter,
KDTM . ....PICO RAM, Master,
FAViikNH uAiinuLii.....wiiiir nasier,
IRMAHOK M .KNTItIKK.t. Master
LIBZUB Ollili ...(VNKIL, Matter,
COBNONWEALTII .X.NL,T, Ma.itr,
OLIVE BRANCH )U.-yKH, Master,
COMTINKBITAI. OUKKNOllOlI Mut'r
MISSISSIPPI .t.....-..i.-.-OHKBI. Master,
TIIOMPSOIT DKA.1 ,.rKPI'ElC MMter
MOI.LIB ABLK...........A11L,K, Mauler.
Comprising all the flnoit and targvit boats out of tl.
Onn of the, abort) lino of sieameri f
Will leave Cairo for Now Orleans every
Connecting at New Orleans with Ocean Line ef Hlcao
Liverpool, Hew 1'erk. aton, auadl Oalvea
Pasaensers and Shlppem can r0r on one of the
boat leaving Cairo punctually aa abore. Will pjp
particular attention to all way frolahUhelow Menipbm
loNew Orleans. CIIA3. T. RlNDE. . ,
nonerai Ateni, uairo.
Office, on U'harfUt, lubllo Lxndlcs.
"if EMPHIS AND ST. LOUIS
: 1809. :
Tho following IloaU oomprUo this Line and Kill
run In tho following order t
Arrlre at Cairo, Arrire at Cairo,
lloats. town. vr.
DELLB ST. LOUIS.
Saturday 1 a.m
CITT Or UA1KO.
IThnrvtay 3 p.ni
Monday. 1 n.m
Thttrs., 1 .w
rrive. it Culio.lArrlt at Cairo,
CITT OK ALTON,
Friday, 1 a.si
Friday , 5 p.m
Sunday, 1 a.ta
Sunday, 9 p.m
ConneclngatSt. Louis wUh
Northern Z.lne Packet Conipanjr,
KeVikuIc Packet Company,
Oaaaka Packet Compassy, "T ,
aad Varloua Hallroad Z.lit.
At Memphis with
Msaapavla am White River Packet Co.,
Arkajasae River Packet Corupaay,
v Bjeaaahla aatJCharlcafm R. WUf
land Xlaslealpjil AvTenatseeR.R.
At Vieksborf with
Taaae Rtvar Packeta, aad
VUkaaaarffj asadl MerlaHaat Ralhraaa
Sit las throoah blHs Udlag and tickt to all arolttkle
pouiw dt ran er nTer.
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IMbVs OS Wh:
a on Wharf.bosi.
JrAflHVILLK ANp CAIRO
ConskUac of tha follewiac
lofiilid psAtenger stsaBters t 1
art3aaaeeaa)teee twesaeaeaaaBBtdtr HARlBR- e
BTRONQ - MasHaf WOPS
HABM0MM.....-...MA4ter I WEAVE-..
, MMter EAVJ..
Makteg all Intermeatate landing, and (firing apssiaV
to c1!!sS?T.'HINDE, Oeneral AReat '
BMPHIS, WHITE BIVEB A2ii
un x urn mwm.
rfXIITLTI Mill. LIKV
, PA Via, gBp'MompWs.Toanaeeee.
Tho SDlendld tiue-wbeelK
tor LitUa Rock aad Hot Burins,
jteBapoia 10 xiiiiie jiock, nours
KriUhta and Passenger roceibted orrr the abore
Una at lover rates thau any other route. ;
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O flics eo Wli:f-lat.
EVANBVILLE AND CAIRO
VJ6bitatIng of the' followlne..
DL'SOUCMT Muter KOWLEK.... ..Os
Leave i Cairo Sunday and Thursday at 6 p.m. '
DEXTWU Waster UHAMMKK CUrk
Leares Cairo Tuesday and Friday at 6 .u.
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m' I W.. 1.71 . iT.. . i .. . t r. . h.Y
b iMakiaaall iatertnndiale landings, .and rillirilas
' tlcBJakalwaUoti u laekei Wu. i f J-asaw
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