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THURSDAY, JUNE 3, 18.
rUHLlSHKD IIT JOUN If. 011KKLT CO.
M. H. HARHKLL, AbROCTATK XDITOR. ,
Illlnol centml R. ., ChH f Ttm.
The trains now leavo as follows:
Mill tralr.alaarM it.. ....... .............
P.r..t it ...... 4A
Mnil train arrive nt
r 1 ' r
2 o'clock H.m
Way, leave at...-.......... i
4: 3B O'clock" a.mi
Express, " .......j.
Way, arrives t -
Dally Sundays excepted
FRUIT JARS at Parson. Davis
The Cairo Planters' Tobacco WnrC'i
Company will hold its opening!
cale. Thursday. June 10th, 180!), when,
there will bo a largo quantity or cnoico
manufacturing and shipping leaf placed
' ' ...
on pale. ' Irf
Tim nromlums ntlered for the -best
houshcads aro such as to ensure a full as
fiortmdnt.of the justly celebrated Ballard
county wrappers, which have borno oil
the honors lu all the fairs. There will
also bo a largo stock of Kentucky, Ton
nessce, Illinois and Missouri shipping
Tho location of Cairo Is such as to offer
every inducement to buyers, as..tho city
is not onlv easily accessible from all
points, but the facilities for shipping In
any direction, either by ralLor river, are
Purchaser from Bt.Xouls'oulsvUle or
ChlonL'o con nrrlvo in the morniug,
attend the sale, and return by th'c'bven.
jng train, thus losing but a single day
from their business.
Regular tales from and after the open
Ihg. 4 1,1
"Barrett's" nmketi Hair grow. a
Thcnl Trmiilir(.' IMcnlr KsenralOM.
" Tho"annual exonrslon and-plonlcof
the order of Good Tcmplnoybf this city,
will take place on Saturday,, June ithy
Fort Jefferson bolni; selected as the pic
nic grounds. The f team ferry boat Cairo
will make trips during tho day, carrying
adults, tho round trip for fifty conts. and
children undrr twelvo years of age, for
twenty live cents. Tho large momber-
ihlp aud influence of tho order of Good
Templars, the beauty of the grounds
selected, the propitioUHiicss of thoscasou,
the arrangement to go and return"-at
pleasure, will doubtless Insure a lurgo
turn out aud plensnnt time. JI -it
Ire fur lUr l'uiirin ward.
Hereafter n supply of Ico will 1 kept
for salo on tho corner of 10th and Poplar,
at the sarao.ratc.as furnished by other
dealers. May 27 tf.
HiiiiiiIiii? or I'rult Trnlnw.
III. C'KNT. It. It. Co.,
-Until further tiottco a' frtilt train will
-un dally, Sundays excepted, leaving
Cairo at 11 o'clock n. in., and will arrive
alChlcacoat 7:50 next morning. FrulE
shipped In car loads, or uenrly so, will
reach St. Louis nt 10:30 next morning
without nhango of cars. Tassengcrs v?Ul
not be carried on tins train.
Malttlw Jamks Johnson, Agent.
Savo your Uvea aud property. A.
Cnugr 1 mrnnt far tho Conner scroll llcbt-
nlng rod company and wUI fill nil orders'
promptly. Call at once and havo tnem
r,tr,n vour fanildin. This it Km best
and safest rod now made. Shop on Com
merclal avenue, between Eleventh and.
Twelfth street apl24d3m
rnmtmI-A. B. WkMtalMee r
Mr. A. R. WhltUker hereby annotuioee
to his friends and patrons that be has re
moved from his old stand to Ford's bulla
Ing, two doors above, where he will be
pleased to see and wait upon hh oM
customers, assuring them that his stock
of drugs are unsurpassed for quality aad
and variety. mynaw
If you want a good stove, or tinware
hollow-ware, copper or sheet-Iron ware,
tin roof, gutter, or anything In that line,
call on A. Fraser, Commercial avenue,
beteen Eleventh and Twelfth street,
where he has moved to, and fitted up the
lftNWBt and most complete shop In
"Particular attention given to steam
boat aud mill work, copper smithing
nnri ahnnt imn work, such as chimneys,
breecher escaping steam-pipes, etc.
Tho Sunflower Billiard Saloon, on Ohio
Levee, is furnished wth the Utest styles
or taoies, anu mo Dar Huppueu ww
mnst excellent llouors. I-reo lunoh Is
ipread everyday at 0 a. m. and 10 p. m
Ntrcct I.nlr IffeMee.
The supervisor of streets adOptS"thls
method to' notify all persons 'from' whom
street labor Is due, and who have been
notified of their liability, that unless
they comply with tho requirements of
the notice given tnem, or pay over 10
him ti la cash or scrip; each aad: every
one of thom will ho prosecuted according
to law. This J tl& last, .warning. If
dellnquentsflud themselves served by
nn ntnr.nr thov can only Diarae inem
Helves. John BilEEAN,
Uy buying your grocorioi of J. II. Motcalf
who kboiwf "a InrgoVna eolocfstocVof tho bott
aAl)y!ailipliVt.asd soil. choapriOhanS?
cheapest, No. '334 Washington avenne,.p-.
nnnito tho court house mttrStf
i OA3... 2iilil nAtdi lAiAfU
Kentucky, is naturally tributary t
Cairo. Hrs'UitrriilB farmers o
jht, oBtyciR ?d'J,yr ei
with them our people should cumvat
the closest relations. But heretofore
Calroia.been a sealed book to Ballardj
RndBaffard hMeti (o'Calro'k a for4
elgn country. Wt have Had no roads
into mat County, anu miner man uruiyii
In swamps tUe farmers have patronized
Paducah. But this difficulty has been;
obviated, and we have bow a most cxi
celhmt road from Willow Greek to Bland-i
vllle a road which the enterprise of
tome of our live citizens" secured, and
which does now. and Will still more la
the future, .contribute a great deal to the;
business of the city. In company with;
Mesam. Taylor, Halllday Cunningham!
lIllauiHon. TreUrovo over u por-i
tlon of the road lastThufa'day, and found)
it to bo In excellentcouditioti. The men,
who constructed it were exports at tbo)
business; and are deserving of all praise,
But there Is about, a. mllo of rond, be-t
twee a the ferry-lauding and tbo foot of
the bluff, that Is almost Impassable.
"Indeed 'tlx not passable,
Not even Jackannblej
And those who would Uavl Vln
Mu.'tturn out and grave) !tn,V
as a Jacksonville poet HlngH about the
road lu his neighborhood. But u gang
of men aro busily at work on this j)art of'
the road, and will soon htYvo It hi gootl
condition. WhcVthlV result Is iJocured, i
Cairo will soon obtain nil th'e'tfadeof the"
richest part of Dallard,'aml tbo men who
Jjave, forwarded this onterprlfie, and, In
deed, the entire city, will be greatly
benefitted by It. Vo regret to say, that
certain captious citizens, who allow only ,
a cent or two escape from their clutches to
lorwnru puuuo enierpnses, at long inter
vals, will reap Homo of the business luir
vest this road and rlmilar enterprises
will furnish to our hand; but prosperity,
)lko raliij fsUn oajtlw deserving and tra
deserving. ullkeT and "if Mr Skinflint
prospers through the energy of wide
awakoolUzftiis, wjnust,ias a.matter of
courbc;puta pleasant., faceoii .the mat
ter, and alow him to gobblp nll lie cant
June 1 d&wlvfr '
Tlin Kontitf klHW mm JCall-FAtlii-y.
Aif stated by us yesterday, ground .. has
actually been broken for the rolling
mills and uail factory of Me.ou-s, Ship
man, Livingston &,Co. A,confiid(irablo
force of hands is. engaged at the work of
excavation, and contracts are maturing
for tho accessary lumber. f
Wo learned, to-day, that Messrs. S. L.
& Co. are taking dow.a,theIr largo .build
ings near Pittsburg and placing tho ma
terial and machinery on barges. prepara
tory to tneir removal 10 tins point; una
that Mr. Shlpman will arrive In tho city
sometime during the coming week.
Messrs. H. H A Co. liavo quietly stud)
Iod,all tho advantages and characteris
tics of tlllsfyo'lrit', and wi hour? any 'o ten
tatlous display aro showing their faith
lu its fitness ua.n manufacturing locality,
by their works, wo welcomo them to
Cairo, and most adently hope that all
tJlrJjujInwsexpocUUoiis may boJWly;
reaflzedT'T . . T '
Thbrentcrprlse Is one of great Im'por
tnnca to Cairo, not onlv because It will
give direct and Indirect employment to'
hundreds of persons, but because It will
sorve as the entering wedge for an ele
ment of prosperity highly ontlal to the
contluuedgrowthotCalro. It. wllL laad.
w i"" ui",v...''b "
Ureat here thatVtirglV th. city a vi
talltrlodependeat, or nearly so, of out
side influences. .xl
We shall eee the precrses ef.the work
With glfasM wheeling as oar eitlseas gea
erally de, taat It is an unuertaaiag
fraagbt with eeasequenoe U Cairo. .
The fUcaaoad 'Head Light' says that
"a drunken man came on board the Rich
mond at Cairo, and expressed a determi
nation to Jump OYerboardllf1fce'elerk
attempted to put him on saeee agalH.
This Is no surprising, for thwo 1 aot a
harder place on uruuKarus, iniercs aq
confidence soewdrois la the United
States than Cairo Is. Tho boozy chap nq
doubt found "kall-fellowa, well met" on
the Richmond, anu; nenoe uis repug-
nanee tor Cairo.'.
Everybody uses "Barrett's."
The ladles of the Presbyterian cougrcj
Ration will give a strawberry s,upper lu
PhllharmonloHall, on Tliuraday even-
Ing. Kverytning to tempi uie ipemo
and much to please tho eye and engage
.5I' t A A' 111 - Hi.
htf mni of tho ,TUHor will undoubtedly,
The strawberry season Is rapidly draw
ing to a close. Lovers of that delicious
fruit, therefore, should Improve this op
nortuBlty. It may be the last Remem
ber too, that while you are reoelvlag at
onoe qW proquo, yoa are also helping
the church . 85
"Barrett's" second to none. '
Tfmir authorities would rid the
munlty of the oonoxioue presence
profaalonal gutters, they must resort
fa nM Affiteuve means, win, or
fifteen dollar Baes-. Whafdoesa regu-
or steal bis five hundred dollars per
night care for a flae ef tea deUars? ,Hi
laughs In his sleeve at such Impoteit
attempts to run him off; pays the paltry
anm in anrin. and. returning to the
half an hour I
On a recent
up ,lrlf . or. tha .suamer
Richmond, her clerk, Mr. Johh S. Wool
folk, Just after the boat had left Cairo
Botloed ArMWjflMAjoo board.i Approrch
Ing the stranger he politely Inquired If
he had registered and paid his fare.
Th? "MSWHS f re d)Uw negative,
.nil ifMUarMl that he had no man a v.
Mi. ii WOlfolk vr61afkd:,' Tb) you
wHl have to go ck,,to, Cairo, pn the
wcJ&'bofcl" TM RfcrTmohd'- was tow
ing a wood boat, from which she was
taking wood. "No" said the stranger,
"I can't go.back to Clfe." VPWi
say vou must." , resumed um -uMerjc.
"Then Tdjanip lnt"MieiHvr,nHsld
the stranirer. "Why would you dothat?"
Inquired Woolfolk. Says the stranger,
quired wooiroiK. nays tne stranger,
tolutely, "I'd rather drown myself than
back to Cairo.", Under the clrcum
thecs he wasfWrVAltfed fd'rtmalU' on
the boat, the clerk not desiring to expose
him to olHier of such dreadful alterna
tives. Evansvllle; '-journal.' iJl
The most natural thing h tho world!
Th,oponnlldssBtifah,gof was an Evansvllle
co m merclab. travel et.He ha(Dbeen In
Calro.'four,- days, drunk tho, whlle, and
left town under the Impression that he
had killed his negro, mistress .here!,
Aud herein Is the ''nilik lh "'tfio cooa
nut." How do you like It?
Chlcf-ol'pollcc McCarthy, accompanied
by William and Patrick U'Calluhan,
made, a descent upon a suspicious es
tablishment last nlghf, and found a ta
ble therein surrounded by five profession
al gamblers twid twocltlzony, ull earnest
ly engaged lu the game. The Interest
inggroupo Man Attkiin' under nrrest, aud
brought beforo 'Squire Bbannessy, this
morning, who Imposed a fine of $15 upon
two of thorn, and $10 each upon the
other five about one quarter what he
should havo lined them,
As tho "professionals" probably gave
the officer assumed numes, nothing
would be gained by publishing them.
Jones, Wilson, Taylor, Harris and Ab
bott aro very common designations, and
were doubtless used for theoccaslononly.
Tliettames of the citizens will be with
held for the qirtserjtp.baMveC solemnly
promise them that when their names
appear on tho pollco docket again , In
connection with a like charge, they will
also appear In the columns of the 'Bul
letin' lu connection, wltb.commenls that
,wlll cut to the quick! "A word to, the
wise (s sufficient."
"Barrett's" Great Halr.Oteetoratlve.
WimIMI Imiunllately'.! 'II
Ouo Circular Sawyer.
Ono Sash Sawyer.
One Saw Mill Engineer.
Four Good Mill Men.
Permanent employment and
wages' to competent men.
Jel-dlw V. 3L "Williams.
Tho Cnlro Weekly 'Mullet In.'
It Is our purpose to make our weekly
paper an eight pagosheet, twice theslzu
of tho dally To carry out that' purpose,
material has already been ordered.
Every number of the Weekly will eotij
tain a caretui rovimon or tno Uatro mar
ket, una: all U10 editorial, .local and mis
cellaneous matterof gonorel Interest that
Is printed In six numbers or tno Unify, it
will be, In fact, just sucn a paper' as the
people of Southern Illinois, who aro
looking to Cairo as .a. .nurkot for their
producoftud thqlrgourco, of supply, will
Send in your names aud money. Sin
gle copies, $2 00 per year. Five copies
S3 00. Ten poples 516 00. Payment re
quired In advance
Soured strawberries, which neither
man. nor oeasi couiu taste wituoui
squealing, were on 'sale at the market
this morning, at nye cents per quart.
Sound berries commanded from ten to
twenty cents, according to sleeand qual
ity. . ,
A colored lndlvldaal who resides be
yond Cedar street, has grlevaaees whteh
he thlaks he will lay before the city
council. He was net able to buy mus
zleaforhls dogs and had ne yard In
which to coatoek-yei ee Arnold,
duly apprlkzed of this state of affairs,
killed all his dogs but three 1 This is
har.,, A poor man, left with oaly three
dogsi We" are puzslod to understand
how Sambo "abears it." '
The Trla4 Meathljr.
Messrs. Roman Oo, San Francisco,
announce tueir purpose to com
mence the third , volume of the
Overland Aioniuiy on. ,tne 1st or
July. In sire and typographical, op-
pearanco, the 'Overland Monthly' Is
almost the counter-part of the 'Atlan-
tlcMonthly,' aqd ls.au able. and reliable
exponent of the roclal, literary and
material-progress or the Faolflo slope.
The 'Overland! wlll.be especially devo
ted to essays on local material resources;
travels and geographical sketches';
studies of western manners and civiliza
tion; Independent literary criticism;
with suoh' other additions as may tend
to tho higher development of the social,
literary, material ana moral resources
of the west. 1
The Increased emigration to California
consequent upon the completion of the
jracino rauroaa reaupn m magazine non
esty devoted to tne specie topics, a ne
cessity to the emigrant and weatera
traveler. - 1 ,
The 'Overland Monthly' Is published
on the first of each month. Terms $4
per anumn, payable In advance.
Slpgle numbers can. be procured at
W.aU. Rockweir Co's who also
take tho names of yearly subscribers.
cir KAUIas; Clowr.
We received, sometime ago, from the
house of-Htratton, Hudson St Clark, of
tuis city, a supply or seir.raising flour.
which they are Introducing into this
market. Having used the article in our
family, fce, as ) W Dueled t apeak of
it advisedly, we nave no hesitation Jn
saying that It is fully e.otitltdto tHe high j
commendations It Is receiving; and will
sooner or later come Into general use.
For ail the uses to which fiour Is applied
It Is'uhsurpassable, requiring no salt, aud
by the simple addition of milk or waUr,
making the lightest and most wholeaonie
bread one can obtains ' By the addition
of a little shortening the most delightful
buscult are made, or dough produced
that is unequaled for pot-pie and. ,duap
Hub. Pancakes and fritters (no.eggs need
ed) batter or griddle cakes j doughnuts,
sugar cake; gold Knd silver cake, and the
thousand other things of which flour is
the chtef ingredient are produced' .from
this self-ralsldg flour with' less trouble
and expense and with greater certainty
than any other way known. If then,
Cairo families would enjoy the luxury, of
good bread, cakes and pastry', they
should not fail to provide themselves
with this self-raising flour.
Fart Liu ntr tb 34 Hours Cndlnc at
Two o'clock, l. M.
Oen.Aivlcrton, CoTum. TVm.AVhlte.l'aducali. .
MlfsUilppI, New OrlcKm. CtimlxJiland, Kransvillo
lUK.Uc,1 " Wuanlt. Cinclnnmi.",
lixlittjm, lUcliinoiiJ, Lottlarlllr.
Hllo Mrmphtu, Mctn. MePorter. St. Louli.
Gn, Anilcnon. Colum. Win. While, I'mlucah.
MI6itMppi. .ut. Loul. UimbrInaJ,- Evnnvilp.
IJi'llo Mfiniiiiip, K. K. J.ce, LaulRTille.
it. ..... r. ii f..ix..
it liiimi i Iv, .iiuiuiiu.
ltllimon'),Ncw Orlcani. Hon AccorJ, t. Lou..
Tho weather to-day Is cloudy and
threatening, though the storm" may pass
us by. A light sprinkle of rain fell this
morning. " .
The Mississippi is rising less rapidly
than nt last report, 8 inches per day be
ing now reported. ,, ,
The Ohio is rising still, with 8 feet' nt
Pittsburg and 6 feet 2 inchesln tho pass
over the falls.
Here tho river has risen about -I inches
In tho past 24 hours. " " """""
Business rather U'uIl.J
Tho Mississippi put off considerable
stuff for Chicago, and 2,66o bars railroad ,
iron and a large lot assorted freight for
Bt. Louis. ,v . . l;.t l,
The Cumberland and White brought
The Bon Accord has a tow of t lumber.
Tho McPo'rfer took up a barge of logs,
loaded herefrom a raft by tho ..Under
writer. t ,
The Maggie Hays' has one bargo of
iron oro for Pittsburg.
The Wm. White, Captain Northern, Is
the regular Cairo and Paducahpackct
The Armada, Captain QusDousouchet,
Is the regular Evansvllle packet this
The Tyrone, Citptnln Tom' Harmnn,'iB
the regular Nashville packet to-morrow
The Tigress passed with nlbo'' empty
coal barges for Pittsburg.
The raised Cora S. Is onhorwuy to this
port for repairs. 1
liy a juJitflit tyiiojrnijHiIcal orror. w
wero mado to announce the astounding
fact yesterday that another coal "flat"
would leave Pittsburg on the present
rise. Wo wroto it "fleet," of courso The
amount of coal that will come ouT on" tbo
present rlso is 2,673,000" bushels; 00,000
of which is for New Orleans, aud the bal
ance for Cincinnati aud Louisville.
TheDIrcctora of the tit. Louis and New
Orleans Packet Company, met nud or
ganlzed on Tuesday at SU Louis. Cant,
John N. Bofinger was efected.'president,
and John W. Carroll, superintendent
aad freight agenf.
1 a u o i.
Talaaal Hsimot, Xu , Bt..
Will be 10I j at public auction at a credit of thifo an4
tlx months, tt tho cornar of Ko&na and WaUr atreatf ,
In COLUMBUS, KENTUCKT, on theJSddayof Juao!
1M9, oommcnclnc at S o'clock a.m. and contiaalns till
O.NB DWKLl.I.Nd HOUSE AM LOT, (when T.'.X.
Horn now reaMna.)
ONE THKKK-HTORr JJKICK , WWlNES HOUfiE
AND LOT ou Water atreet; (lately occeaivd by T. M.
Thrive Uank Iota on Roan atreel.
O.NE-HAI.F OH UaiUK BUSINE88 HOUSE, three
atorita. on Water atreet, occupied by Rlngo Co., a
" ONK-PIPTH COLUMBUS WATER WORK81
aii uemx in loiumuua, a jr., ana wionging to catato
ifT.M. Home, bankrupt. ,
Further particulars nuulo known at aale, or Inuulro
1'ivlucAh, Ky., of J. M.lllOOKIU
- - ' 'J.' W." BLOOM FIELD,
Aaalgneea of T. M. Horn.
gALE UNDER DEED OF TRUST, m
Wheroaa, Mark Caatrllo wid Mary, hla wife, did by
vv f truat, U'aripg tUilq on lho,t;thilay..ofJLiy,
lb07( And duly rroordnl lu tho recorUer'a office of Al
exander county, Illlnoia, in book "V," page 114, to to
cure the uyinentof a vertain (remliory Bete cxe
CUIchI by aaid Mnrk Cantello. bciruig'OTeu date with
Ald deed of truat, and therein deacribed, poyablo one
year after date to Jamea Omnou. Willi. eight '() per
cent, uer annum lntereat from date, oobtfv 10 the
ald Janiea Cannon the real Citate-hereiiiaftrr men-tlo.io-l,
with the prlTlleuCs iwd aBpurtenoiicea'there
unto belOnginR 1 und whereas the aald note 'hating
matured, and no part of tho principal or InU reat hav
IUK oeeu MU( butuerault Having been irtaile. therein,
Netloe la hereby given, that in puriaanae of tho
power and authorily given 1110 in and by'vakl deed of
truat.l will on Saturday, the 3d day of July next, I860,
at li o'clock in., at tae court bouse door In tho city of
IV.I tulul. U t. I . L ll . li 1 I -
for caah, aell the real eat&to df .tcritd hi. oaid deed of
. .... r ... .. .1 1 i.
bored forty-eight (48), in tho first addition to the
of Cairo, Alexander county. Illlnoia. to natlsfy
in block nuni-
note, with lntereat and coata of truat, aa la provided
in aaia instrument. AM En (JANNON.
Cairo, in., June 3, isea-wvr
H SKIFF'S BALE.
Ay Ttrlue of n special Execution and order of aalo to
me directed by the clerk of the circuit court of Alex
favor of Kam
ander county, in me maieor Illinois, In
uel Wilaon aud against Buckingham C. Nye, implead
ed, with one John V. Clark, I Unvo been 'commanded
by aald special exoctitlon aud order of aale to proed
to aelltt-e following dtcrllcd proirly.to-Hlti Lota
nweverea iniriy-aix iu ana inirty-aeren (37).u
diock numoereoeigniy-oneisi;, in ine nrst aai
to tho city of Cairo, county of Alexander and BUtu of
Illinois, met same remaining jmny poaesin through
a cortain writ of onoltachment Issued out of the aald
court lu favor of tlieaaid Samuel Wilson, and against
tho aald Duckingham C. Nye, Impleaded, etc.. aa
Aforesaid, and being the property of the aald Uuoking
hamC.Nye, which I will oiler at public sale at; the
door of tho courtliouse. In the said city of Cairo,
county and State aforesaid, on tho Tweiity-eventli
day of May, A,I).1W, between the lioutv of ttlne
o'clock a.m. and sunset of aald day, for cash, ta satis
fy slid execution. . U,.JHJJ!
Dated at Cairo Ihla 6th day of May, tti)lCi".H
LOUIS II. MYERH.
myoinwaw onenn ot Aiexauder county, 111, j
jpjHAS. T. HINDE, , .
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A Or 3E3 3NT 1. ' ,. ,
CAIRO TRANSFER COMPANY
Through Bill of Imrtlne Riven to all
Available 1'olntK by Itnil or Water.
araPECIAL ATTUHlibN TO KOItWAHDINO.
QAIKOANB NEW ORLEANS.
A1XANTIG AX1) MISSISSIPPI
COMPROMISE LINE STEAMERS
I W.K. AIlTHUIt- JONKS, Maler,
IiADY GAV . Bl'KK. Matter.
RUTH l'KOHAM, Mauler,
PAUfclJfE C.lIUtOIili WIMTK. Malor,
MIH.HAltCK KNTIIKE.V, Muttt
r.izziR n.r. ..-0'.v:iii, intcr,
COMMOXWE AI.TII m.r,v, Master,
OLIVE UltANCII ..JONfy, .Ma.trr,
CONTINKXTAT. OUEnNOUOH Mail'r
CJKKAT HICI'VllIilC HONAIIuON,MaitCr
MISHIHSII'1'1 . , aHKKN. Mnslor,
THOMPSON OUAX IT.I'I'Elt, Jt.istcr
MOlihlK AH1.K II1I.E, Mintcr.
Comprising all the flnot mid lnrrt bontsoutof tl.
Or.otif tl.c a' .c '.i.u-uf itcaincr
TTI1I leave Cairo for Xpw Orleans overy
Connecting ni Ne Orleans w.th Ocean Lino of Stcr.m
Llvrrjiool, Nctr Vnrlc. Iloaton, nil it (Inlvct-
PAoteneera and HhiMer can rely on one of. tlicio
WU Icavma Citlro piinettitlly tu nlxivo. V, ill tmy
particular attention to all way freight hulow llt'mrhi'
!o Sew OrlcaiiB. CI1AS. T. HlSUK,
rscneral AKent, Oftlro.
Ofllce, on Wlmrfboat, l'ublk Lnndins-
EMPHIS AND ST. LOUIS
Tho following lloata eompri.o this Lino and Mill
run in the following order:
ArrltoatCiP.ro, Arrive at, Cairo,
lloata. ikiwx. rr.
BELLE ST. l.onS, Tueday,3 p.tiilljnturdayl a.m
7-elcler. Mrwterit I
CITY OKUA1KO, Thursdays p.mlMondny, I A.m
HELLE MEMrili", ISatnrday, Sp.m'Thurs., I a.m
Crnue, Moatvr 1 I
Arriiu at Cnlro,
CITr OK ALTON.
Friday, 1 a.m
rrtdayi I p. in
dttttdny, 1 11 m
iinney, isaier j
OnuucctingatSl. Louts wh
Northern Line I'ucket Couiimii)',
Keokuk Packet Coinjinny,
Omaha Packet Couijinny,
and Vnrloun Itullronil Line I.
At. Memphis with
Mtmplila and White ltlvt r Pnclcet Co.,
Arkauaua Illver Packet Company,
Mcinthla ami Charlettou K. K.,
anil Mlaalaalppl ikTciinesaee Il.K'
Yaxoo Illver Packets, and
Viikalmrg niul Mcrlillnii Hallroaih,
Glvlnc ihrouch bllla lading and ticket to till available
point by rail or river.
CIIAS. T. HINDE, (leneral Agent.
Offlco on WluuT-boat.
Eli. K, 8LS8ON, Ticket and rcnr Asvnt. '
ASIIVILLK AND OAIltO
Consisting of tbo following'
plenJU pfufongor etoainers:
....Master I HAItPEIt .....Cleric
6TB0S0..,...M.Mceter WOODS ... Clerk
HARMON ....Mailer WE.WER ......qiili
UAV1S....... m... Mailer I DAVIS- ..CIeak
Making all in(ermculatc bindlngf, and giving apedaV
attention to way buslnlsa. 1
CIIAS. T. JU.MiK, Ueueral Ace at
ilecSl 'Cf d Ofllce on Whsifooat.
EMPHIS, WHITE KIVKR AND
U.M7UI t)J AI ilMLi
M. UAVIS, Suii't, Memphis, Teuneisc.
Tito eplondld eido-whoolt
NAYFLOWEH. COMMKRCIAL and
Leave Memphla every TUESDAY, THURSDAY and
HATURDAY, at S p.m., for Whito River, connectingat
Duvall'a lllutt with the Memphis and Little Rock itall
road for LI ttlo Rock and lfot tJpringa. Time from
Memphla to Littls Rock. 48 hours.
Freights and Pauengera receipted over the aboo
Line at lower ratei than any other route.
CIIAS. T H1NDK, Agent, Cairo, III.
Utlleo on Wharf-boat.
jglVAKSVILLE AND CAIRO
Conslstlmr of tbo folIowlnc,M
SplendW Passcugcr Steamers
DUSpUCHET Mailer KOWLER.... cterji;
Ltave Cairo Sunday and Thursday at 8 p.m.
iDEjCXEJl w....Muier 0H.MMER.M
Leaves Cairo Tuesday nnd Friday at S p.m.
WM. A. LOWTU...Matr WiUqUT. ....Olerlr
u L-va Cairo ft uducwday and Saturday at 6 p.m. '
CUA3. T, lllNDE, General Ageat,
Office on WhaiT-boat,