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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2, 1869,
A CO.
rUltMSlIKO IY JOHN
M. Ill 1IARBELL, ASSOCIATK XMTOR
H. 011KKI.Y
LOCAL NEWS; j
FltTJIT .TARBntPflrsdrf, Davis A&ta.
rnyai-diw
liarrett'n agents
Juno l dAwlwa
Barclay llrothors
Cairo, llllnole.
Tho ladles of tho Presbyterian, cohgre
gation will glvo a strawberry supper In
rhIUiarnionlcHall, on Thursday oven
ing. Everything to.tempt the appetite
and much to ploaso tho eyo 'And engage
the mind of tho visitor will undoubtedly
be provided. f
Tho strawberry season Is rapidly draVt
ing to a close. Lovers of that delicious
fruit, therefore, Bhould Improve this op-
portunlty. It may bo Uio last; ttomom
All tho celebrated and desirable brands!
nf nnrfiimrv artf fcenfby fj. J. Humm,
corner Commercial avonuo and Eighth
street t jowi
WmU4 , lHM4itrtr.
One Circular Bawyerf ' j
OdeBaatfSawyer.1'
One Saw Mill ErigUdcr.
Four Good Mill Hen.
Permanent employment and good
wages to bb'rap'etont men.
Jel-dlW - TYl M. WILI.IAJI8.
Hair, flesh, clothes, teeth, nail and all
other kinds or brushes, various styles,
arc kept at Humra's drug store. jeld2t
"Barrett's" Great Hair Restorative.
Frt tint
EimUm t
Remember - tho Catholic picnic at
Mound City next Thursday, June 3d.
Tho tuglvyi a'nd bargesVleave the wharf
at the foot of Sixth street, at 10 o'clock
a.m., ancfreltirh at p.m. 1
The Paducah 'Herald' very kindly
gives the announcement of otir opening
tobacco sale, tho benefit Qf Iw clrcuin-
tlbn.
' We nre Informed that Messrs. Livings
ton, Shlpmoii&Co. have loosed eight
hundred'feotof tho riverfront, or of tho
A OmML
Vtk. tToitH G. KAUffmAn &tr: You
decline, In tho 'Bulletin' of last.ovening,
to accept the challenge I made, in order
to test before competent Judges our skill
as musicians. I shall not refer to your
mean persona1! allu'sibhrf. My reputa
tion Is well known to tho citizens of
Cairo. I have only one desire In this
controYersy.imd that Is, that'll may re-
suit In testing our bkiii in music, xou arrivals.
say that It would be insulting to Mr. cn. Anderson, Cotum. wm. White, raduc&h. ,,
Obernier to play In company with my SftSftgSffilJllC SXsST
band. Now, in order to prevent this Insult juiia, viekaburg. Alice Dnan, Cincinnati.
being given, I propose that tec arrange ror uepaktubiw.
. . , i nnnan. ir. i.--. nf I nn. ArnWunn. Colntn. Wril. White. Paducah.
lime nnu piuwo i" ' qulckrtep, Evnnavlllo. HclloSt. Louis. Memphis'.
the best musicians oi uairo, wmi our champion, at. i,oui. Aimce jjen,iewurieans
bands, t do not ask the citizens of Cairo Julia, Vlcksburg.
RIVER NEWS.
far Use Honr
Two o'elaek, P. M,
HINDE'S COLUMN:
CAIRO C1TT '
wnanraoA
CAIRO rr.AMirss
WIIAKTBOAT.
Q11A8. T. IIINDE,
i
FORWARD! XU AND
litil ,. U ft
COMMISSION "
CAIRO TRANSFER C03IPANT
CAIJIO ILLINOIS.
I Sat i; Z, aro reccing nt -ground Intervening tho railroad and rlv
once a quia proquo, you aro also Helping
1
tho church.
3t
IMoilc nt .Hon ml City.
Tho tug Ivy, with barges, will leave
tho wharf, at the foot of Sixth street, on
Thursday morning, at 10 o'clock, Juue
3d, to convey those of our citizens who
Wish to attoud tho picnic In Dr. Casey's
grove, at Mound City, to bo given for tho
bonelU of tho Catholic Church and
schools of that city. Tho Cairo silver
cornet band will accompany tho excur
sion, and an occasion of great pleasure,
may be anticipated. Fare for the raunu
trip, Jlfty cent. Jeld2t ,
Thct.'ouit T iiiiluiV I'lcnlc Kxciiralon.
Tho uunuul excursion and picnic of
tho order of Good Templars, of this city,
will take place on Saturday, June 5th
Fort Jcflerson beinc selected as tho plo
nk) grounds. Tho steam ferry boat Cairo
will inukotrlpi during tho day, carrying
adults, tho round trip for fifty cents, and
children undrr twelve years of age, for
twenty live centrt. Tho large member-
or. north of Thirty-fourth streel, where
on thoy propose to crcc,wlth all possi
ble dispatch, an ot tensive rolling mill
and nail factory. Tho foundation was
laid ofT yesterday, and tho excavation
work let to Mr. Sullivan. Tho building
will front six hundred feet on tho "rail
road and river, having a depth of ouo
hundred feet.
For tho details glve"n above we ore in
clined to give credit to 'Wabash," who
alBO Informs us that Mr. Shipman, of tho
firm, Is well kuown to Hteainboatmeu an
onoof wealthiest gentlemen of western
Pennsylvania.
When development warrant it
shall speak further of this matter.
A Nerloim Mistake
Wash Hughes' Informs us that one Joo
Holdeu took u hunt In tho hazel thickets
of St. Francois county, Missouri last
week, expecting to bag a few lino tur
keys. John Gross happened to visit tho
same thicket for the, same purpose; nnd
hearing Holden's "turkey-call" was fully
deceived by It. Ho answered in a ,,cnli'
that deceived Holuen, and, as a conse
to accept my opinion of you as a muslr
clan and am equally opposed to tnem
accepting yours or mo; but I am willing
to appear before competent Judges with
you,, and play.auy piece, and. as many
pieces, as the judges may select, auti ior
thorn to publish their Judgement to tho
public.
You sny. that JC'bavc liover held.a place
in any reputablo orchestra. Lot u see.
Inowhavoln my possession a commis
slan from tho King of Prussia, appoint
ing mo as leader or a military banu,
which position I held for twontY-sI
years. I was a lender for eight years' or
dlirurent bands In St Louis und havo
never been rejected upon any occasion
Tor my want or skill as n musician. In
conclusion, I again aik that tho public
may bo permitted to Judge or our musi
cal skill by a ralr and Impartial test.
Yours, Chas. Wittiu.
hln and Influeuco or tho order or Good
Templars, tho beauty or tho grouncb qUOuce, both parties cautiously advanced
selected, the propltlotisness of the season, u,,ou each other, guns at poise, and
tho arrangement to go and return at
pleasure, will doubtless insure a large
turn out and pleasant time. J14t
"Barrett's" perfectly harmless.
Ico for tin' A'onrlti wartl.
Hereafter a supply or Ice will bo kept
ror sale on tho corner or 10th and Poplar,
at the satne ruto us furnished by other
dealers. May 27 tf.
For pure drugs and chemicals, and all
the popular patent medicines, go to
Hum in's drug store, corner or Eighth
and Commercial avenue. Jeld2t
lliuililnir or Fruit Train.
111. CKNT. It. R. Co.,
C.uno, May US, 1809.
Until further notlco a fruit train will
run dally, Sundays excepted, leaving
Cairo at 11 o'clock a. m., and will arrlv6
at Chicago at 7:&0 next morning. Fruit
shipped In ear load, or nearly so, will
reach St Louis at 10:30 next morning
without change of cars. Passenger ,wiTl
not bo curried on this train.
MaSOlw James Johnson, Agent.
(Times copy.; '.
"Barrett's" makes Hair grow.
IJlfHUiInK
Save your lives and property. A.
Frasor is agent for the copper scroll light
nlng rod company and will fill all orders
promptly. Call at once and havo them
put on your buildings. This Is tho best
and safest rod now made. Shop on Com
mercial avenue, between Eleventh and
Twelfth street. apl24d3m
Keaaarrd-A. K. Whlttaktr'a Drug Mat.
Mr. A. R. Whittaker hereby announces
to his friends and patrons that be has re
moved from his old stand to Ford's build
ing, two doors above, where he will be!
pleased to sec and wait upon, his old
customers, assuring them that bis stock
of drugs aro unsurpassed for quality and
and variety.J xnyHdtf
"Barrett's" second to none.
If you want a good stove, or tinware
hollow.waro, copper or sheet-Iron ware,
tin roof, gutter, or anything In that line,
call on A. Fraser, Commercial avenue,
beteen Eleventh aud Twelfth street,
where he has moved to, and fitted up the
largest and most complete shop in
Southern Illinois.
Particular attention given to steam
boat and mill work, copper smithing
and sheet iron work, such as chimneys,
breecber escaping steam-pipes, etc.
apr24d0m
eager ror a fehot Hnally Holdcn Haw
tho body or his turkey, aud banged
away. With a yell that raised the echoes,
Grans fell prostrate, shot through tho
thigh strangely enough at tho very mo
ment he was taking ulm at Holden's
head. Although quite seriously woun.
ded, Gross felicitated himself over tho
fact that hd was shot down before ho had
time to tiro upon Holdcn, an othcrwlso
a largo family of small children in that
neighborhood would now be fatherless.
Both parties laughed somo over their lu
dicrous mistake, but mutually resolved
to see their game, in tho future, before
firing upon it.
A portion or this forenoon was dovoted
by sduiro Bross to tho determination of
w an inquiry raised by tho aindavitof ofll-
ccr Arnold, as to whether flancy urown
keops a house of ill-fame. Tho neigh
bors who were put upon the stand as wit
nesses could throw but very llttlo light
on tho subject. All of them denied any
personal knowledge of tho character of
the house, while some of them confessed
that they had heard It was "had." Threo
girls, inmates of Mrs. Brown's establish
ment, were sworn, and according to their
own testimony were pure as tho driven
Hiiow. They were not "bad." . On tho
contrary, ono of them was stopping thero
to await tho arrival or her husband. Be
ing asked If she had not told a policeman
that her husband had run ofl from her,
she unhesltatlnglydeclared that sho had
done no such thing. Thereupon tho po
liceman got up and swore promptly that
sho did. A second "Innocent" was there
waiting for her brother to ;como; while
tho third was Just staying there, giving
Mrs. Brown a portion of "what sho could
make." A more brutalized trio of fe
males cannot be found In any ono estab
lishment In Cairo, yet they were chasto
creatures, every ono of them 5
The evidence being deemed lnsufllclont
Mrs. Brown was acquitted.
The weather is hazy and very hot to
day and tho prospect is favorable for
rain beforo another 24 hours has passed.
Tho Mississippi was rising at St.' Louis
at tho rato of 2 feet per day, by the latest
reports. Tho rlso will ho of short dura
tion, howover.
The Ohio Is still on tho rlso, with 7 feet
8 Inches 'In tho channel at Pittsburg and
6 foot flinches In tho pass over the falls.
Hero tho river has rUen 5 Inches in
tho past 2-i hours.
Tho Talisman brought for tho south,
1C3 hhds tobacco, and for St. Louis, CO
bbls oil, 80 sks hair, 280 pkgs iron, lot
cedar posts.
Tho Whlto brought for Mllber, 3 pkgs;
G. D. Williamson, 10 crates strawberries,
1 Jar butter, 1 box eggs; Charles Galll
ghes, 22 sks wheat; G. E. Olmstcad, 3
crates strawberries; Bristol & Still well, 3
bbls crackers; C. R. Woodward, 30 bdls
plow handles; J. W. McKlnney, 3 pieces
machinery; J. B. Fulton, 1 box sundries,
and for St. Louis, 100 pkgs wagon stuff
and 0 hhds tobacco.
Tho Cumberland, Capt. Billy Lowtb,
is tho reglar Cairo andEvansvlllepaoet
this evening.
Is the regular Cairo aud Paducah packet
this evoning.
The Talisman, Capt Billy Btronjg, is
tho regular Cairo A Nashville packet this,
evening.
Tho Cora 8., sunk In the Arkansas river
lately has beon raised.
Another coal flat will leave Pittsburg
on tho present rise. Some tows have al
ready started.
ThrattKh BIIU of limllng clvu to all
Available Polnti hy Ilnll or AVnter.
WSPECUIi ATTENTION TO FORWARDING.
JAIHO AND NKW ORLEANS. "
ATLANTIC AND MISSISSIPPI
STEAMSHIP 0O3I1MNT
An
COMPROMISE LISE STEAMERS
TO
KTJB'W O IX Xj 331 -A. 3NX m
THE STKAMKItS
W.n. AIlTIIUIt JONES, Miuitfr,
f.ADY OAT IIURIv, Maxtor,
HUTU I'BnWM, Mnilr,
PAUIiINK CAKHOI.L, WHITE. Mailer,
I1INMAKCK ENTltlKKN, MMltr
1.1 Z'. IK OII.Tj 0'Ni:iI,, MiiHter,
COMMONWKAf.TII CONI.V, Mmttr,
OMVR miANCII JONIX Mmtor.
CONTINKNTAIi OREENOtlflll Mfttt'r
CJUKAT UKPL11L1C DONAI.lWON.MUUr
MlNHlsqlPPI . ......allEUN. Mmtcr,
THOMPSON DBAS -.I'KITBR, Mnttr
MOLLlK AIII.K - Alll.K, MnMor.
Comnrnlns all Iho 8not ami largest boalaoutof St.
LoK.
OnoofllionboT Imoof tenmr-n
Wll leave Cairo Tor Now Orleans every
Forty-eight Honrs,
ConnectiDK t N'w Orlpom with Ooan I.Uie of (nm
em to
Liverpool, Jiew York, lloilon. niul Qnlvct
riuwngcri ami Shippers flan r",y on one of lhfo
boalu lfarlng Cairo ptinrltmljr R" )V HI pay
particular atuutlon to all way Iti'ichi; bJo.r Mcmftna
lo New Orlcani. C'HAS. T. IIISDB, .
flPiiral A Rent, Cairo.
Offlce, on Wmrfboat. lniUle ImllBR.
EMPHIS AND ST. LOUIS
A great variety or jnost elegant toilet
articles unsurpassed in tho city, may bo
round at S. J. Humm's drug store, cor
ner of Eighth and Commercial avenue.
Jel-2t
I8fl0.
1809. :
Tho following Root fomprHo thu Lino rind will
run In tho following order :
. MEMPHIS PACKETS
rOR REN1
Rotts.
170K KRNT.-The Iaico buildlne oo Lot, 113.
1 lately oociipled hy l'mker A llitlllx and Wm.
Winter. l'oteiio girtn Immedlatoly.
apriwtf wiy.iTQ.N, o. 7t omoite.
Oil ftrXT-Tho oflleo on lhs iiocond floor,
1
UELLE ST. LOUIS,
Jlgler. Maxtor;
CIIT OK CAIRO,
Malln, waierj
RELLE MEMI'UU,
wranc, airr
Arrive at CmroflArrhe at Cairo,
down. I cr.
Tuclay,S p.mJHaturdayl sua
Thursdays p.mlMonday.l ft.m
.Akturdar, 6p.tn'Thur 1 .m
term
over Miller & Mdlrr'arUthlnirrtort, at rcaaonaUo
rm App'T at Miller A Miller . tnyS-tf
VICKSIIVHO RACKETS.
Tho Sunflower Billiard Saloon, on Ohio
Tavgo. In furnished with the latest styles
v or tables, and tho bar supplied with thej h0ge will continue to perform its ijserul
Tim Pnrlllc KiUlroirt from Cairo to 9lacwt
laai "Wo publish on our first iago, to-day,
to tho exclusion or evorythlug else, the
able report or tho majority of tho Pacltto
railroad committee or tho Now Orleans
commercial convention, It is an ex
haustive argumcat in favor or tho so
called "longitudinal" or -"International"
routo, and ihould be road by every person
Interested iu the prosperity or Cairo.
Tho New Orleans 'PIcayuuo' speaking
or ho route, tho claims or which aro so
forcibly presented by this report says:
"Bolng tho nearest aud shortest line,
passing through a reglbn oveiy foot of
which Is useful, either as a mining or as
an agricultural country, reaching tho
PaclUo at as good a port as any for the
commeruo which will requlro ono and
not liko Guayamas cut- off, by -the pen
insula or Lower California, nor like San
Diego or San Francisco, too far off a
direct routo to be profitable ''as a road,
and having as few engineering dlfflcul
ties as any to contend with, It is im
measurably the best route."
"If built,'' .the PlcayuBe'.cpntiRUM,
"Mexico, whether independent as now,
nr a nartof this Union, would at onco
become the homo of a large population
industrious and mosey-and-property-
. . i . i ii
ROCUUiuiauag. -i
But read the report, and when read
file it away for future refereace. (
Tho editor of tho Crbondale 'Era' is
amazed that the Cairo iiuueuu' snouiu
urge the presence of Southern Illinois
college in Carbpndale, as a reason why
the proposed normal school should not
be located there. Notwithstanding the
editor's amateraeat, we hold that the
reason Is a Rood one. Tho Southern Ilu
nols college Is, to all Intents and pur-
noses, a normal school, if the new uor
mal la located in Carbondala this school
will be absorbed. If the new normal
located elaewber, the Carbondalo col
la
most excellent liquors. lrco lunch is
inrcad everyday at 9 a, m. and 10 p. m.
Nlrcrt Labor Wotle.
The Huporvlsor of streets adopts this
method to notify all persons from whom
street labor Is due, aud who havo been
notified of their liability, tha unless
thoy comply with the requirements of
the notlco given them, or pay over to
mission, and thus Egypt will have two
normal schools instead or one. 11 uartxm-
dale were tho only place in Southern
Illinois, our objection would then laek
force one normal scbool might sumce
But as a part of Egypt Is outside the cor
poratlon of Carbondale, we repeat that
the Southern Illinois couege. suouiu re
main undisturbed, and that the new
. . 1.11 H.l,llaltjiil nnlMA tillin.a
... .t.. ,!, . ..-,, I .normal SUOUIU UO "BujaHuumiu4u irnutu
Uim 3 in CI"" " ouiij., cu. w.vij - I annnratn find Hlntlnnf.
one or them wlllbe prosecuted according i Tft
to law. This is the last warning, ir
delinquents flud themselves serred by
an officer thoy can only blame them-1
selves. John hueean,
mySldqt , Street Supervisor.
Everybody uses "Barrett's."
Institution. In this way our demands for
normal schools wpulft b supplied.
We wish to be distinctly understood.
We desire to secure the presence of tho
new normal school ti Egypt without
sacrificing tl)e p'resopt normal at Carbon
dale. If the editor of the 'Era' can as.
sure us that tho Identity and usefulni'ss
of, that school will bo, In no manner, Im
mong tho robolutlous submitted tojl j,
tho New Orleans f ou volition hy Ooucral
Vandcver, or Iowa, was one recommend
ing tho government or tho Smithsonian
Institute, at Washington, tho establish
ment or river guages or water marks at
Cairo, Memphis, Helena, i-aconiu,
mouth of Whlto river, L.ako Providence,
Vlcksburg, Natchez, Red river and
Now Orleans, and that telegntphio re
ports of tho stage or tho rlvor at these
point", bo puoiisncii oy papers aiong uio
tho Mississippi river. Also mat uio siato
or tho weather and rain rail bo likowlae
published for tho Information or tho peo
ple living along uio d&uks or mo Missis
sippi, that they may bo warned or Im
pending overflows. This resolution was
adopted. Whether; uongress or the
Smithsonian Institute will listen to Its
recommendation is one or those doubt
fuT things that may be regarded as very
uncertain.
Tke Cairo Weekly BMllatta.
It is our purpose to make our weekly
paper an eight page sheet, twiee the else
of the dally. To carry out that purpose,
material has already been ordered.
Every number of tho Wookly will con
tain a careful revision of the Cairo mar
ket, und all the editorial, local and mis
cellaneous matter or generel Interest that
Is printed In six numbers or tho daily. It
will be, in fact, Just such a paper as the
people or Southern Illinois, who aro
looking to Cairo as a market -for their
produce and their source or supply, will
tlnd Indispensable.
Send in your names and money. Sin
glo coplen, $2 00 per year. Five copies
58 00. Ten copies f 15 00. Payment re
quired in adyauco.
Halo, Buckner & Farroll and Settlo
Bros, or Paducah, sold 738 hhds tobaoco
during the week closing the ,29th Inst.
The sales or the season In that market
Voot up 8,609 hhds. Tho 'Herald' with an
entbudasm peculiar to those-Paducahltes
who think tho world, outside of Paducah,
is very VsmaU potatoes," says "wo havo
Ii) the Paducah market the fullest and
most liberal board of buyers to bo found
anywhere, which partially accounts for
our outstripping other markets, and
keeping prices up in Paducah so as to
scarcely allow a margin between this
market and. those of tbo seaboard."
It Is undoubtedly true that ber tobacco
market is the Heroule9 upon which
Paducah lcaus for Bupport.
EMOVAL NOTICE.
II. AT.
w' lioloalo G-x-ooox
AXD
CotiiiulRsloii Merchant,
Harlnc removed to No. 72 Ohio Jree, next door to
City National Rank, whi-re with belter fucllltlc and
lancer itock-. Im otioitH tho continuance of patron
aiufln former cutomer, ni well ai that of aj
many new.
Nuprrlor acrommndatlnux for MIornKO
ami llic llntullliiir of all lilada or
Proiltire i.u CuuBilaloB.
Cairo, III., Jaou 1, lG3. myJldtf
QRITTENDEN SULPHUR-
SFXilN-CrS. i
Oxnttonden County, Ky.
ONLY EIGHTY MILES FROM CAIJIO.
Ttiete well known prlnr aro now In charge of
Mrur. R. A. Milci and W. llactiei, who hare oter
hanlid aud renoTated tn bulldlni and mad auch
other Improrementa u will Injurs the comfort of tho
liiTaim ana me proper Mcommoaatioa or the peraon
of leliure.
Io a medicinal point of view the walen aro unrnr
paaied, ejecting cures of deranged boweli . ehronla
iltarThea, dyapepala, general debility and dtaeaaca
of the kidney and ttomach of Uio most aggravated
and alarming character.
The proprietor!, in their circular, My that they
will uie their utmost exertlona lo make them a pleat
ant ami agreeable wort daring the lummer month,
to thote leeklng health or recreation, asd no palna
win poipureii 10 uiaKogueKtcaniKinaoie. lup
Arrive nt llviro Arrlro at taire,
Boati. dowx. ' vr.
CITY OK ALTON, Wednd'y,5p.m FrlIay, 1 a.rn
Areher. Jlter;
MARIU.K ;iTr.
, .Master;
ItUIUCON, Krfdn.v, 8 lira SuiWay, 1 a.m
lllake, Mater
I.WMINAIIV,
Conway, Matter; . . .
M.B.KOIBVTH, .Stimlay, fi tun WMlastl'yla.in
llaney, Master!
JULIA.
Callahan. Maater.
Cairo and
EvaatHillIePMIata
"w eetou
ConnectlnKatfit. I.oiuawXlt
Northern I.lne I'ncUel Comjinnj',
Keokuk Packet Coiiiimuy,
Ouialia l'acket Jo.niniri
nud Vurloiu llntlru.nl Llnci.
AtMemphU with
Mcbii)iIi anil While lllvrr I'nrkil Co.,
ArkaniM Hlvcr 1'acki t Coiiiimny,
Mcniiihla ami Charleiton It. It.,
and ailailiilil Teiiuraicc It. II.
At Vlckaburcwlth
Yaioo Illver Packets, and
VlcksburK ami Jlerlillon ltullroait
Citing Ihroujh loll ladlucand ticket to all ATailabla
poUU b, raff or rim. ?
Oltlce ou Wharf-boat.
ED. F. BISSON, Ticket and PasseiiKfr Ageut.
jq-ASHVILLE AND CAIRO
0-DAILY LINKIifta
Constitintr of tho follow ioc
plondid passonRor stcatnors:
NASllVIIiliK,
8IMa...... Mwter HA11PEK Xlcik
Ford's Forry Daily,
and IIAOKR will be running from Iheio points to the
tne eprings. Hoping uie patronage nuuvrio uesiow-
im ronnnuna io ine prerni propneiorf, inry
v will b able to sire aatiaaction lottia public.
It. A. MILra
ed, will bo ronllnufl'
trim tne
Jcld2iu
IIUOllES, Proprle
public
ilors.
TALISMAN,
STRONG -....Jlaj'tcr AV'OODrJ - Clerk
TYRO'!!,
HARMON Mwter WEAVEIt....M...MM.CItrS
JOHN hl)JlDK.,
IAVI3... ....... ... Master DAVIS ...Clf Jk
Making all intermeulato landings, and iring tjxcia
attention io way limine".
decll'eSd
CIIAH. T. 1IINDE, tioneral Agent
uuico on wnarlbo&l.
STEAMBOATS.
QAIRO AND PADUCAH
olK.et.
Tho light draught passenger Steamer
WJf. WMITI,
M
I'.. Y. NOItTHKRN blaster,
J. SI. HEVEHLT -Clerk,
Will make regoler DAILY TRIPS between Cairo and
l'aducah, Icarlng Cairo every evening (Sundays ex
cepted) at tire o'clock.
The White connect at Paducah wilS the New Orleans
and Ohio railroad, and the Cumberland and Tunoesiee
river packets.
For freight or passage apnlr on board, or to
M.J.UUCKLET, Agent,
lanttdU Cairo. Illinois.
Money Bavcsll
1v imvtnr vnilprf rruvvtAd rt .T. If. "Wfitcfllf"
who kcepsla-largo and select stock, of thobosti -paired by thplocatloil Of tho uew nbrraalj
frtmily supplies, nml soils cheaper than tho atuaruouuuie, no win romovo um uuie
cheapest, No. 334 "Washington aveiino,' ti robjeotlou to tho aelectlon or hia town na
posito tho court house, mnrDtf tlio slto ror that Bohool.
'.'n v-.w- . ,..W.-i.-in '."Jv it
jg SMYTH & CO.,
'WUOLESAI-E GROCERS,
EMPniS, AVI1ITE RIVER AKD
Liinurt 11UU1V
UNITED STATES MAIL LINE.
JOHN U. DAVIS, Hupt, Memphis, Tennessee.
aja Tho splondiil sido-wheel
I'lMT? PASSENGER STEAMERS
MAVICI.OWK11, I U.iintKUL'IALi nuil
IiIukUTVNo.4,
Leave Memphis every TUISDAV, THURSDAY anil
HATURDAY, at 5 p.m., for Whlto River, conneetingat
Duvall'H Vlutt with the Memphis and Little Rock Rail
road for Little Rock and llot Spring. Time from
Memphis to Llttlo Ruck, 48 hours.
Freights and Passengers receipted over tho above
liino a lower ria mail miv inner ivu.m
CHAS. T. 1UNDE, Agent, Cairo,
in
Ortlco on Wharf-boat
1 Tho ' openiug ball" at Charleatou iaat
npht; was hot' a success. The two loco
motives on that end of tho road, col
lided during tht day. and. created a
mash that prevented the ingathering
of parties from Columbus, Holm out and
other points along the road. The young
fol(ia preseut . had a danoo anyhow.
VNVIUIk'b fliio band furnished music, and
"siivcral Iiouth were "doYQted to Terp
slchoro" (sos'aldjby'a happy a party
tiyjargatfaerittUn) Charleston. '
OHIO LEVEE, - CAIRO, ILLINOIS
SCOTCH AND IRISn WHISKY, GIN
Port, Madeira, Skerry am Catawba 1
ISO, AO (NT ro
J, HIED & CO'S CELEBRATED WHhEL
INQ ALE.
Wo sell exclusively for CASH", lowhlflU we iavitethe
rSPffi?LaUen,lo,'',J ,0 Win orders.
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JJVANSVILLK AND CAIRO
FAOOIrT OOMIPAWT
JPJ55 ContUting of tho following
ettifl&K.Spletitlld Passenger Steamers s
v ARMADA,
DU80UCHET. Master FOWLER ..Clerk
Leaves Cairo Sunday and Thursday at 3 p.m.
IUICKSTUP,
DEXTER ..Master OR.MMK!t- ...Clerk
leaves Cairo Tuesday and Kridyy at 5 p.m.
CTJ.MBEKLANB,
WM; A, LOWTl...Master WRIGHT M......C!e)k
Leaves Cairo Wednesday sud Saturday at a p.m.
'j Making all interrriedlate landings, fttidpay.log par.

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