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WEDNESDAY, JJA 2, l86p.TfJO
. PUBLISHED II Y JOUN It. OHEKLT A CO.
LOOALiNE WSsi i a o
Mail tralnalcavesnt ... 2 ocock..nu.
Mall train 1
i-.ipreiD " " 4.03 p.m.
Wayj Imti at..A-?t.i..v.ij...4J0 o'clock a.M
Kxprei, " ..iJi..ir.;.i; ilo- ', p.tni
Way, nrtiver aU.M-,;.w. 4tM;r V ) ePJSMI
Kxpre " .. 7i30 V.wa.m,.
Use "Barrett's" arid g&yv hairs 5 Sferfp
pear. . , u,e ujai rjlll
25 day taardeM:JWantedoftthtlMi Ht.
CliarleaJHolol at $26 pcr,,mgnth. ,
I for the Fenrlh wanl.
Hereafter a supplyiof Joa ?wUltbW kept
'ViPnnWrftp conviction thHitWttferirc5luctlon of
of OthandPoplarfp" ho ffgjfltoia;
for salo on tho corner
at the flmc rate.Hs f urn 1b lied; byt othor,
The colored school1 children, their pa
rcntoahd colored frlondk of education5
wont to Missouri io-uny to join in a pic
ulc and basket dinner. Tho contents of
all the baskets were aggregated,' spread
upon a table, and. partaken, ofby the
crowd. About two huhdrod' and' fifty
odarkles, largo and email, attended. '
Tho negro IJIrd, who has at frequent
Intervals, played the orator among the
colored pooplo of Cairo, and who, once
upon a time, addressed that class from
the same stand occupied by Oluey and
Llnegar, and made tho best speech of the
occasion, is devoting himself to the
tudyof the law. Ho is studying under
a Cairo attorney.
Tfa Weekly Mttllctla.'
No. 2 of volumo 1 of the Cairo Weekly
Bulletin' made its appearauce to-day.
Jt is a reprint of the moat interesting
matter published durlDg the week, in
tho daily, and will ho found Just such:
paper as our country friends will bo glad
to subscribe for. In its present shape it
is only half tho bIzo to contemplate
making it, when additional material,
which has been ordered, shall liavo ar
rived Full market reports, carefully
corrected by a reliable commercial edi
tor, will be given In each number. Trice,
$2 per annum; 11 vo copies for $3 or ten
copies for $15; Invariably in advance.
&nd in your subscriptions.
Dcrornllan ttny ArrnDrincBts.
Tho commltteo ap)oluUd to arrange
for a decoratiou of the soldiers graves at
Mound City on the 29th hut., met In the
ofilco of Messrs. Munu & I'ope, yesterday
evening, and, In furtheranco of tho pur
pose in view, tlio following committees
were named: - -
On transportation John V. Trover,
On music Fred. Bross, chairman; 1.
H. Popo, 0. D. Arter.
On orations C. IL Woodwanl, .chair
man; C.H. Foote. Clalborae Wlnsjon,,
F. Uross, fianiual JL Hay.
On decorations II. H. Candee, chair
man; First Ward. Mrs. H. H. Candee,
Mrs. C. It. Hurd, 3. 0. D. Williamson.
Second Ward Miss. Ella Steele, Miss,
Ella Wtone, Miss. Kate Yocum.
Third Ward Miss. Copoland, MM.
Sophia Lyon, Miss. Mary Halllday.
Fourth Ward Mrs. P. H. Pope, Mrs,
Hall, Ml. Annie P. Pitcher.
CaptDuggan, of tho substantial and
capacious steamer Underwriter1 having
proposed to carry adults at 25 cents each,
children at 15 cent each, the round trip,
the comniiU on traBsportaUaa was an
thorited to close In with his propoeiiioiii
The Underwrlbw will leave our landlax
at half past 9 o'elock a.ai.
Superior Hair Keetora-
Save your Uvea aid. property. A.
FraaeroIa ageatfohe , cp pper fcroU Ujht.f
aing red mfmy and will HI all erders
promptly. Call at once'and have them
put on your buildings. This la the beat
and safest radaoW' made.; Stiop eaCeaa
atarehxl aveaae. between Eleventh and
Twelfth street. apl34dHi
3 I J.-
KewaTerf A. B.'WIiUtakW Drag
Mr. A. RWhlHakerhmbyaaHwaeea
to his friends and patrons that he has re
moved from his old stand to Ford's bulg
ing, two doors above, where' he will be
pleased to see and wait upon his old
customers, assuring them, tkathls stock
of drugs are unsurpassed mr quality and
If you want asgoodrs'ove, or tinware
tin roof, gutter, or anything in that line,
call on AVFaae;, pommqrclal avenue,
beteen Eleventh and, .Xwelfth street,
where he has moved to, and fitted. up the
largest and most complete shopi in
Particular atterillonglven tb steam
boat and mill wort, copper smithing,
and sheet Iron worK,.8ucn usf cnjawieyfl,
breeclier escaping steam.-plpes, etc.
The coolest dining-room in the city is
at the Ht. ghWles.HPtel.rTTy .lt.
The Suhflo.WerBUllard Saloon, on Q
le Yeoris turn lshed-wl th-the latest style
of tables, and the bar supplied with the
most excellent liquors. Free lunch Is
ipread every day.afcAa. m. and 10 p. m.
apr20dtf . , u . , iltt ilt
-"A-Jtew jraaHlMMrmr BinMainiMi.
Accepting tftX Invitation f'cMr. Joe
McKensle. and the company of another
-s-Antlaman. wa snsnt an hour! 'Veatera'aV
"1 i . . m a . i m
tTenmi. in me new inrnuure laciorjr ui
vat9rW0!F, is AMmMitly MrgV
substantially built. ."Itstands directly on
the outer edM,tfftto,faHr&trafk, and
ttin river. as-amsc wnicnsteaniDoiHs may
land at any seasc.1' '
m The establishment Is not yet In full
tenant cutler, moniqing'acninet circn
larBaw. turn1nitlaWeW.r BVebeen
Unroduced, andjiropollcd by a splendid'
fifteen horseipdwer engine., workr'tcfrf
cnarm..,i.u unit piece oi iutuuuio win
prDDavsy.JJU iuiucu uub.uuuugMtu!
ant.weeaanui inereaiien uieAewauusn
. . t 1 -I . . Il . .1 . A fl
kljchtni tables;, pnft.jmd two drawer
stands, comm"qneauBteads, safes; rpiind
tyansvlllo or any other pomt that at
tempts to supply thw and, the southern
market. A largo dry house of lumber Is
inow undergoing, the seasoning process
and will bo ready for hse in a fowtdaysf.
so that by Monday next at farthest, we
nay announce that Joe McKeazle's
"flouthwesUrq(yuruituro Factory,'' at
Cairo, is a fixed fact.
p Men capable of. comprehending the
huvbiuukvs aim gurruuuuiuia,.ui vauu
l' 1 I II -!
cannot uoubt tuo success or economically
managed establisbmenU 'of'-'thfa1 kind-
Tho timber, in inexhaustlble'abhndanco,
is within the raag "ofohe's eye sight,
and the hUBdredaof thousands of dollars1
worth of common furniture that annu
ally pass Cairo for sale in tho South, give
assurance of life existence of' accessible
markets for tho manufactured, articles.
These facts are all understood, howovcr,
and need not bo enlarged upon.
Uncle Joo has the good wishes o
everybody in this undertaking, and as he
has entered Into'Jt determined tok8ow
no such word as "fail," be la cortain to.
succeed. In due season his advertise
raont will appear.ia the Cairo, 'Evening
50 day boarders wanted
Charles at $25 per mouth.
" First In tho Ilalr line, Barrett's"
The ladles or tho. Christian .cougrcga
tlon.of this city, will lidld a ptrawberry
festival, In tho room oyer Parker & Phil:
lis', formerly the china storo of Mark,
Parsons 5c Co., cornet of TenihBtfeuland
Ohio Lovee, on Thursday and Friday
evenings, May 27th and 2Sth.
This is tho first apjeal this church
has made to the public-for help slnco its
organisation, and it ahtfdbaycsponded
to by our citizens whoso hands and pur
ses are ever open to such culls.
Many of tho first families of the city
claim connection with this church, and
are lending their help to render this sup
per and festival' eVery thing ihatcould'be
deslrod. There will be a diversity of en
tertainment' (b render the evening pleas
ant arid engaging, aside from the luxury
of the supper.
A full house will certainly .greet the la
dles of the Christian church on Thursday
evening. Let us all go, and not forget
to tako tho children.'' The expense will
bo email, aad every dlate It eoate will be
deyoted toadeserjlngend. 2t
Go to Pitcher Henry's, for Brltttala
Ice Pitchers, and Fruit, Flower aad Egg.
Every reader of the Cairo police re
port hasfbeea faaxllUrlud with Ut,
BMsae oi juus mjuhuwom. w
drunks," "obseeae laaaage," disorderly
page of our polic-aaagjatsataaj dockets.
Fresh from the calaboose, this debated
female waa before 'Sqataw; Bfcaaneasy,
thla morning, on a charge , of laroeny;
named M. C.'Medgee;:ink' hef7dn 'last
night, and stole ma poeket book, $1S ia
greenbacks, aod.valuaMa papiw. The
proof was positive, and Julia, waa com
milted to Jail In defaalt' 'of r ball in the
sum of $109.uuJat before leaving the
court room she approached Hodges, who
waa seated, and dealt him a stunniac
blow in the temple, aad ) then woltaehed
wua aim. as iuu un suu piace waa
anfaTorable, the fight waa Hot fought
out. A few minutes afterwards, aha
oallod in a neighboring saloon" and fill
ig glass with whisky drank it offla a
swallow, and.hurlea the empty glass fat1
the head of her prosecutor, chalrltably'
Intending, aVahe said, to ukhock'bo(h of
his eyes into one hole." From , thence
she was conveyed to the county jail
the first section, it la hoped, of' her pil
grimage,tq,tbe penitentiary, t
Biilu- Roen OlrU WaatMt.
A Wo want' Immediately, at the St.
Charles Hotel -two 6jr three dinjBg-room
girls; liberal wages paid '& those who
thoroughly understand their business.
myKi3t ... rronneiors.
Pon't fail to call on Pitcher fc Henry's
for everything in the Hardware line, 102
Commercial aveauc t mysaqt,
uwiu Kuopg ii itirgn'nna eoieei siock oi iuo Dest
4 H ! 1 t ... il
ttimuy Huppnos, anu sous cneapor man ino
"clifcopefit, No, 334 Wnsliington avenue, op
poilte tbojAIspuie- , m y wavartfA
meat win Deworiceu to iui rairew cajiaci
tyi It is ,ttferpprletor,spon5dg6rf to
manufabtilro tTreakfast. 'dinlnV -'and
TK VltW 'Wj.ViSV.I "if 1.A at
Ciarlee Hotenrtlfe per idohlh;
iJBdUor Evenina Bulletin Sin: I wish
'space to say. a few. word relative to the
to eehool picnic. ,
The prime' objedtrhad W vi'ow"waB to
ve the pupils of thev public school a
v's enlovmont. To do. this I first tried
tdpeftOdot&g'atl ft "carr? tfib
children free and take" tho proceeds ar-
irlsing froav the sale of tickets, but he
reiueeu. Luiea.Hsu,uiu uuaru oi xu
rectors to assume the responsibility, but J
MiiicMn. wneeieranu vtoud were doiu
bssy In court, and Mr. Winston, from
pressor Wsfnarirriable 'to leave 'hU
oiloe, It was impossible for them to do .
Bd.' Oaeoftwo'thidgi.nhen, had to be
aone; the scholars must oo uenleu the
picnic, or I inusi- assumo the re'sporisl-
blllty.il!oloatho latter, with the follow)
I ng results: 4
Tlcketn sold by pupil
" " O. W. Hagey..
,JX1A m rH6i
,.$ 130 M
1 uraaa tan(l....
id rie S.....M.
.... 15 00
') ' swings and mnd
r.i.i.......u.i 13 60 i
........ 0 60
. . Total 109 00
' iffllh'r n hnrf ., '1 li'iflO
lQk.eti ja99.Iqg3 p,era.p.us. yerejs8.uedj.
as prizes in the 'various rooms' adllllfg
tickets, and to persons who assisted In
numerous ways In tho management of
the piealo. Had Tuesday been such a
day as Friday was1, the picnic Would have
cost me personally tho entire expense
shown above. As it Is I am 921,50 ahead
and If the persona who charge me with
sacculation will shortly visit tho hlirh
school, I shall take pleasure in showing
them, how" that.money has. been cxpen
dod, as well as TTiMigrerf Dollars
more which I h'ave nready vput there,
and which,!wlll reraala tlieroaa the prop
erty of the publio school of Cairo,
i No ono regrets'as' much as niyself the
.mature of the ground choosen. Capt.
Dagan ' was unwilling to go to Fort Jef
ferson owing to the low stago of water,
and volunteered the longer trip to Cale
donia rather than to run any risk.. We
were assured by the'owner of the ground
and by a gentleman long resident in
'.Caledonia, that wo sboud find the spot
very favorable for our purpose. That
it was not 'so', was a misfortune.
In conclusion, adulls, who went with
us and didn't have 50 cents worth of en
Joyment on the trip, can call upon tho
subscriber, who will cheerfully' refund
E. P. BUKMNGIIASf.
Has Ba8c-balllana "flickered
Tliero was not, up to 3 o'clock to-day,
a half doxen boxes of straw borrles n tho
wonsiuernuio smpmcnia oi touacco arc
shipped east from this point per tho eel
ebrated railroad "Blue Line."
Fred WUdmaa, of thaold Deflaaca
Theatre memory docs tho "Black Crook"
forT. W. Ivy 4 Co.
.A creditable specimen of Job work
I the Ice card of X. Linton, executed in
oolors nnd bronco at the 'Bulletin' job
The "White Fawn," a duplicate of the
"Black Crook," called out an audience
of at least four huudred ladies and gen
tlemen, last night. The performance
was "all that fancy painted It." i
I Nick Devore is doing good service at
the work of stiffening up our reeling and
A prime article of strawberries ''wai
sold from wagons yesterday, evening at
12 cents per quart. Everybody can
Indulge la that luxurious fruit at "a bit
B Only three IndlvJduaU. were 'sold,"
last nlght,'by the1 sWeehew1 connected
with Dayey's establishment. As these
'were all "dead-heads," the aell waa not
The most abject, filthy, ragged, wretch
ed human beings we ever saw, paaaed
down Washington avenue yesterday
evening. The group waa, -composed of
o women, two men and a child, all of
m carrying pots and bundles, and a
load of filth upon theh; flesh that waa
absolutely stomach-turning to look at
They came froaa TeaBoseee,'"of course."
; The Strawberry supper to-night 1 Bear
It mind and attend. A large supply of
the moet'i'deHcleas berries' brought ?to
market this season, will be served up by
skillful hands, and dispensed with smiles
t&it will greatly add to their. toothsome,-,,
(neas." The ladles of the Chrlsllan church
Jiave the matter la band and will dis
play a. Uct4iqmanagemenUtofctvlU
gratify and eatertaln lJ(Wbe)attend.
rut a tew aiuea or uouars in your purse
anHgo. ' ,
1 100 prompt paying day boarders can
be accommodated at the St. Charles du
ring the'aumm'er at tSS per month. ''
A Fraaer has Just received a large stock
of tinware, hollow-ware, brlttania ware,
wire goods' and fancy articles beyond
A crowd of mischievous white boys
put upon a negro named Joe Smith, near
the "White Fawn" canvass last night.
hooted and,howed arouna him in the
.most ruffianly manner until they discov
ered a kiilfe in. Jiis pppket,, whereupoa
tuey turned upon their ueeis aua tied lu
consternation, calling upon the police to
take care of tho 'negro;- because -he was
" A trial before 'squire Bross this mor
ning lead to a satisfactory explanation.
so, far as tho court was concerned
bowing conclusively that the negro
used tho knife Jn hla daily labors, and
never even threatened to use !it on. the
boy8.iHe'waaacquitted. "4 , '
Editor qfthe MHettni On the.JOth
day of June the premium aad. first .sate
of the Cairo Planters Tobacco Ware-,
house Company takes place at Cairo, mi'
nols; wheji and whertf Were will be alj,
classes and grades 6'f ' lobaeeoi 'la 'ih'
leaf, bought and sold on thig ,VJbrea1'.f
bothla hogsheads and boxes, Tfer cathi ae
totaccols CMh;rld wheVe there Will be'
buyers for the same from dlstaac." aiW
all ihe cities, and here also; where the
'farmers of old Kentucky, . TeBheseife,
Illinois and Missouri oaaieet and cash
all they can send in marked. Planters.';
"Warehouse, Cairo, .III. At the pretest
this company has taken the. large iware-i
house on the Ohio Levee, owncd'by Mr.u
tW., 1 Halllday, qf?j3ii.cltyritQ.aeo-rf
mcBce ineir operations, 'inis wuimaxe
trade, moro actlve. and benefit' all and i li
tho 'dutv of everr one-to encouraffd it
. . L Al ... MA' LL T-
ia Asuortiime tne xooacco r aciory, xo
;tiCalro, 111., will be starteil in 'fill
turlng tobacco, which will give employ
ment tp.fiity hands: and as (obacco.gQow
can be bought at our door- bn1 tne
"breaks'," just as it Is needed, of tho best
of Ballard county, 'Ky.v tobacco, anu ae
rents' are as low here, or lower, ttian
Urger cities, and wages fullas choap'
witu,uieae racu au peroreyou, ana men'
'lull competent for the- wet k and day, to
manufacture plug, touacco, une-cut
chewing and smoking., tobacco, also
cigars of all grades, that will be warrant
cd to keep sound for wo yean, I see"no
reason why Cairo cannot compete and
make, manufacture and sell as good ah
artlclo, and as low as any city In the
United States; and 'as all cities protect
their own manufactures in prices and
trade, why should not Cairo and sur
rounding country protect their own man
ufacture, aa all home maniiaoture should
be sustained and encouraged, The natu
ral advantages Cairo, has, as a shipping
point places it beyond all dohbtln favor
of the buyer orpurchaaer of leaf tobacco
or the manufacturer of tobacco; and
southern orders, consequently, will come
to our door for both articles; All Cairo
now needs Is large manufacturing ope
rations to be started and kept up, and.
thero. is no more desirable point than
Tobacco, both leaf and plug, are in de
mand, and looking up. As for tho taxes
Uiat the government has placed on man
ufactured tobacco, thatvouly governs tho
prlco or tho artlclo to the amount of the
tax, and after the 1st of July all will liavo
to pay their taxes promptly and honestly
or suffer tho consequences of tho law,
and tho manufacturers will have to gov
ern themselves accordingly, until some
now or other law is made, and the con
sumer will have to stand it. What a
good thing it is for mo that I do n ot chew
"or nmoke, thereby saving the tax.
At the same time, the 'trade should
know that tho stamps are United States,
genuine, as much so aa they should
know that tho gresnbacks they, take for,
it aro genuine. The only, dodge the
manufacturers have. Yours,
1 War. P. James, Tobaconist.
If ugh MoMasters left his werjc on tho
Iron Mouiitaln railroad; obtained a few
dollars in cash and determined upon a
big drunk in Cairo. He had been in the
city orify a fow h'ours, when one Patrick
Kelly and others, beguiled him into Mrs.
Crane's place of business, where he' was
robbed of (12 In greenbacks, Kelly was
sent to Jail in default of $200. ball.
"Nasby' recommends "BajrrVtt'a."
, ar. m.
Sen. Anderson. Coluea.: Wan.Wklu.Paiiucah
Hwallow, Cincinnati: Grand Lk, Ntw Orleans;'
Dtmi iirown, w. uoius, idodisnb usu, "
OlvfOW.Ht.Panli Bella Memphis, Mhemphls;
CeaberUad, Eraas Tills.
Geo. Anderson. Cofum'.j Wm. White. Paducah:
wallow, New Qrisais;
hsjsd btowb, m. ummi
Bell Memphis, " Cumberland, ETansrills;
fnoinpspn vtn,, at, bouis. ,
The weather has been clear, and very
warm all foreaoeH,1 but prospects are fair
for a shower Ufcre night m the sky is
bow elouding up.
The Misalaalppl is receding to St. Paul,
and Is in a very" bad condition already.
The upper Missouri is rising from mesa
tain rains, and it is thought the whole
mountain fleet will succeed' In reaohing
Fort Bento'sii t " 1 "n
The Ohio is again declining at all
points, with 5 feet 8 Inches la the chan
nel atPUtabvrg, acd:4- feet iaelies' in
the pass over the falls.
Here the, riTerhae fallen 10 Inches In
the past 24 hours.
The Thompson Dean brought for ChU
cago 134 bbla hides, 36 hhds sugar, 20 bbla
.onions; for this city, Chaa, T. Hinde ia,
iuu, o ps, dois sugar, i bm
syrup ; Btratton, Hudson Clark a hkda
sugar; Th'oa,4'QrelO! bMa eaioBs
PoUtoe..' iL'U y k 'A
The Belie )Keaf ks7broughr hi tliis
a ru rv 1 1 ssa ria a - an an aww tarn as astaa J.
Tho Yfmi White. Uat. NertttrBla
the regular CiandvPaMMfchJpaoket
The Tyrone, Capt. Tom Harmon, will
;bo off for Nashville to-morrow.
The Cora H sunk at Fletcher's landing,
50 miles above the mouth of he Arkan
sas river, on Tuesday last The boat ia
otal loss but a portion of the cargo will
bo saved. No lives lost. Tho boatv and
cargo were Insured Jn Cincinnati offices.
kioda of Lumber aad BuHers Materials
Jonea 1 hex aadae ; W. H. ScbutUr vkgs
- The CuaaWrland brough t shf,
' .."HiNREjis COLUMN.
cairo. riuxrin . i
. jjn.V yr"T.'.y! I,,.
VIHAS. T. HINDE,
1N COMMISSION .
jdAIKO. TKANFJBIl CoWaNY
.Hi 0U H
" 1 .V
Through nilli of Jndlnr Rtrrn to all
I Avnllablo 1'olllU fiy.Uail or AVnter.
BUTSPECIAIj ATTENTION T0 I0nWAnDIN0.
AUtO AND NEW OKLKANS,
iTLAXTIC AXI) MLSSISSIPPI
cdMPItOMISE LUTE STEAMERS -
V. It. AIlTHtm .JONEfl, Maator,
I.ADV (JAY ...11UKK, Muter,
RUTH. ....l'EC.UAM. Maata,
,PAVLINK OAIinOMi WHITE, Mankr,
Bisjaanvii t.a i i.m.i. .ti&iur
I.1ZZIK JII.ri r.0'SV.,, Ma(r,
COMMON WEALTH ..CO.NIiV, M.lr,
OMVK BUAXCII JO.VES. Jlnetor,
CONTINENTAL nnEENOUOH Jrml'r
GREAT KKPUDUC POXAI.DSON.Maatir
MIHMIHHII'I'l r.....()ltKKN. Master,
THOMPSON DEAN ..I'El'l'Etl, Master
MOLLIE AUIiK.... AlttiE, Maator.
Comprialns all tho tlnotand largcit boats out of Sit.
One of tlifl above lino of tr.nnerft
Will leave Cairo for Xow Orleans every
ConnectinR at New Orients with Ocean Lino of Steam
Liverpool, Nc.iV York, IToaton, it nil Oalvei-
PAKjenaorn and Shippers can relrononorf thro
lont learlns Cairo itnctttnlly as abote. Will pay
particular attention to ajl way frolpht Mow Memphis
lo New Orleans. CUA9.T. HINDK,
u-nerni Ancni, utiro.
Office, on Vhnrfbont, I'nljllo LnndlDR.
EMPHIS AND ST. LOUIS
' Arnvo at Cairo, ArrUont Cairo,
Iloats. fowf. t-r.
HEI.LK 8T. LOUIS, Tuesday, 5 p.in KiturJayl .m
7lplcr, Mantor, ....
C1TT tJFCAino, ThnrsJayBp.m Monday, 1 n.m
Malln, Mater ...
BELLE MEMPHIS, SatunUy, 0 p.m Thurs., lfcM
Arrlru at Caiio, ArrUo at Cairo,
llot. Dwx. tr.
CUT OK ALTON, Wodml'y.ftiun Friday, 1 a.m
Archer, Master I
MARHLE CITT. " '
i , Mantcri
HOIHCON, Friday, 6 j.m Sunday, 1 a.m
' IllaJkc, M.tcr;
LUMlNAltr, " " " .
I Conwar. 3faterj
.V. Jv. rOl&VTl!, Sunday, 5 .m Wcdnsd'yla wi
ConncctlnxatSt. Lotus wOi
Northeru Line Packet Coiupnny,
Keokuk Pncket Company,
j Onisba Packet Cointanjr,
' and Various Railroad Lines.
Xcmiails and White River Packet Co.,
Arkansas River Packet Company,
Memphis and Charleston R. R.,
and Mississippi & Tennessee R.R
Tasoo River Packets, and
Vlokaburs; and Meridian Railroad,
(Jlilni throush bills lading and tlclteta to all available
point by rail or river.
' CHAB. T. IlINPE. General Acent.
Office on Wliaif.boat.
ED. P. 6IHS0X, Ticket and Passenger Agent.
rVTASBYILLIS AND CAIRO
DAILY LINEI-SSI 1
ConsitUng of tho followlagiesr
plcndid passenger stoomors:
Maitcr HAIiPER. nClcrk
IIAIIMON -..M(utcr WEAVER-. ........Clerk
JOHN LVM SDKN,
DAVIS Mauler PAVW. - ..Clelk
MaklnK alt Intermcnlate landfivga, and Kirlng sped
attention to way IwsineA,
m CIIAS. T, JIINDK, General Aftont
ncn 'a urace on wnarfboat.
XJtpnis, "vniTK nivun
' UNITED STATES MAIL LINE.
JOHN Mi DAVIS, gup's, Memphis, Tennessee.
Tho inlondlu eido-wheel
MAmaTLOWKK, CONMEK0IAL aad
LIHKKTY Ho. Jt,
Leave Memphis every TUESDAY. THURSDAY aad
HATUKDAY, at & p.m.. for Whit Ulver, oonncctlnirat
Duvall's Blutrwitfi the Memphis and Little Kock Kail
road for Little ItooU and Hot HpriugH, Tlmo'from
Freights and rwngor receipted over the above
Line at lower rates than any other route,
at lower rates iliau any other route.
CHAo, T. JUNUB, Agent, Cairo. JII.
Office on Wliarf.toflt.
JjVANUVLIB AND. OAIKO '.
Conglstinir of tho followlntr
jptendid rssscagor Steawersx r
ARMADA, V' " -JM
DUSOUCUET Master FOWLER J, ..Cltrk ,
Leaves Cairo 8uu Jay aqd Thursday at S p.m. ,
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DEXTER Master OltAMMEH .Clerk
Leaves Cairo Tuesday and Friday at 8 p.m.
WM. A. LOWTII...Mater W1UOUT.. .M.-.Clerk
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