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FRIDAY, JUNE 4, 1809.
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M. II. IIAIIKKI.,, AMOOIATK KDITOII.
Illlno ren?tiiYH.'W' ciiittiVe orTHiiiV
The truliiH now leave as follows:
if! oi no Noimrs
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Mull I nil ii iirrnif nt 2 nVlook n.rnfl
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Way. lenwaitt IKtoVlork a. in
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Way, write nt,...,
Dally, Sundays excepted.
Juno 1 d&wlw
FRUIT JAIttJ'ut Purson DiiviH Coh.
The Cairo Plantcre Tobacco Ware
house Company will hold lift opening
Hale, Thursday, June 10th, 1600, when
there will ho u large quantity of choice
manufacturing and hhlpplug leaf placed
the premiums offered for the best
hogsheads are hucIi uh to ensure n full as
sortment of tho Justly celebrated Italian!
county wrapperH, which have borne off
the honors In all the fairs. There will
also be n largo stock of Keutucky, Ten
nessce, Illinois and Missouri shipping
The location of Cairo Is such as to offer
every inducement to liuyeni, as the city
Js not only easily accessible from all
polntu, hut tho facilities for shipping in
any direction, either by rail or river, are
Purchasers from St. Louis', Louisville or
Chicago can arrive In the morning,
attend the Kale, and return by the even
ing train, thus lotting buta single day
rroiu tneir business.
Regular sales from and after the open
"Barrett" makes Hair grow.
Tfce 'lro Weekly IIuIIpIIh.'
It is our purpomi to make our weekly
paper an eight pugnsheet, twice theslze
if the dally. To carry out that purpose,
material linn already Ineu ordered.
Kvery number of the Weekly will con
tain a careful revision of the Cairo roar
ket, mill all the editorial, local and mis
cellaneous matter of generel Interest that
Ss printed In six numbers of the dally. It
will be, in fact, JuhI ftuch a paper an the
people of Houthern Illinois, who are
'ooklng to Cairo an a market for their
produce and their source of supply, will
cud In your names and money. Sin
gle copies, $1' 00 per year. Five copies
fS 00. Ten copli ?15 00. Payment re
.ulrotl in advance.
Hitiitiliia; of I'rull TrnliiM.
III. CENT. R. R. Co., )
Caiko, May US, ISM. j
Until further notlco a fruit train will
run dally, Htindays excepted, leaving
Cairo ut II o'clock a. m., aud will arrive
.it Chicago at 7 .M next morning. Fntlt
-hipped In car load, or nearly so, will
reach Kt Louis at 10:30 next morning
without change of can. IWeugorH will.
not be carried on this train.
Ma'Jfllw James Johnson, Agent.
.ave your liven and property. A.
Fraser is agent for the copper scroll light
nlngrod company aud will Mil all order
promptly. Call at once and have them
put ou'your building. This 1 the beat
and safest rod now made. Shop on Com
mercial avenue, between Eleventh and
Twelfth street. aplSMSm
Bee-aaved-A. M. WhlttakeVa Brae; HI.
Mr. A. IL Whlttaker hereby announce
to lil friends and patrons that be haa re
moved from his old stand to Ford's build
ing, two doors above, where ho will be
pleased to see and wait upon his old
customers, assuring them that his stock
of drugs are unsurpassed for quality and.
aud variety. myl7dtf
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,
Meen Eleventh and Twelfth street,
where he lias moved to, and tilted up the
largest and most complete shop In
Particular a'tletitlou given to steam
unit ami mill work, copper nmlthlMg
aud sheet Iron work, suoh us chimneys,
dreecher escaping steam-pipes, etc.
TheKiinllower Hllllard Halooii,ou Ohio,
Ijevec, Is furnished with the latest styles
of tables, and the bar supplied with the
most excellent Ihjuore. Free lunch la
preud every duy at it a. m. and 10 p. m.
Ntrtcl Labor Notice.
The supervisor of streets udopts this
method to notify all persons from wjiom
street labor is due, and who have been
not I tk'd of their liability, that unless
they comply with the requirements of
tbt- milli-.i i.lvf.n thnni. or nav over to
him a in yaHji.prsorip; each and every
one of them will be prosecuted accoi
10 law. This is the last warning, u
delinquents find themselves s'erved by
an ottleer they cuu only blame thicm
helves. John Hiikban,
my31d3t Street Supervisor,
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Hy buying yourgrocrlc of J. II, Metcalf
who kfi'K ulurgoiinil leluot itooloof thobpiU
lutnlly uppUi uadi ell chenpor than the
htnp(Vt,'No. 'Siii Washington nvt
H'sito the court house.
A Don. And thereby hangs a tall.
"Barrett's" perfectly harmless.
One thousand dpllars. in city scrip, at
ftWR'ftf Sll aft&fotlce. yfc
S r fJr t V rtiirxx, ,73 xt Vxct Jt
The I)oo Contkovkiwy. "Beliold
how greut a matter a little Are kind
lethl" I- itH5i. 1 -IiHlnl
1 awarded the carpenter w6"rk of the Anna
public school building. 'The building is
flomewhaVo'rter the" b( Uho high
school fltructure in this city. -''
44 f siifpi (faj
Cumminoh.--"! um 8lr Oracle, and
when I opo my Hps, letno dog barkj"'
BRofts. am Hlr Oracle, so down with
three dollars aud costH, Cummlhgs, dear,
ho down with three dollars and costs.
"A Rush. Tho proposed rush of our
friend, tho police magistrate of Commer
cial avenue, into print. He leans upon
n rrad, aud asks for Justice. Jt In not a
reed shaken In tho wind, aud wo liope.lt
may not put the i'uMs out.ofjjolnt.
Ic-ftr the rHrth ward.
Hereafter a supply of ico will be kept
for salo on the corner of 19th and Poplar,
at tho same rate as furnished by other
dealers. Iay tf.
A whltej roan named Wm. Smith
killed a negro named Moso Winn, in
Columbus, last week, aud being called
to an account therefor, ptlt up the plea
that he was crazy. The plea dld'nt
Wondkrfui- Bross opinion In. the
Cumralngs dog-kllllrig case: "Wonder
ful, wonderful, and most wonderful
wonderful, and yet again wonderful,
and after that out of all vhooplngl"
A good article of strawberries con
tlnues to commaad a fair price in this
market; but inferior berries, sour
and partially rotted, are plentiful at
cents per quart. Oooseberries sell at 10
cents per quart or SO cents per peck;
Cherries have not commenced coming
The determination of our authorities to
break up gambling in our midst Is to be
commended. They have put it- on rec
ord that such offenders agulmit our die?
,nlty, such plunderers of unsuspecting
green-horns, shall be fined ten dollars, It
proved guilty of pursuing their avoca
tlou In Cairo!
McHale is doing good servleo with His
calabooae gaits;. Much needed street
Improvements have been made on
Washington nveuue, atove Eighteenth
atreet, 011 Foutleeuth between that ave
nue and Walnut street, and at aeveral
other points In the city. Until the till
shall have had time to settle, our graded
streets will need clooeand careful atten
tion. Tho order of Odd Fellows held a quiet
re-union in their hall last night that was
distinguished by excellent feeling a
feast of strawberries and ice cream, a
flow of soul, etc.
The affair was quietly arranged and
quietly enjoyed, being con lined entirely
to the members.
Wm. J. Vost, "Etui., of this city, says
that during the past three weeks he has
visited different portions of Southern Il
linois, and never saw more promising
'wheat aud fruit crops. In some localities
peaches will be short, but apples, cher
ries and the small frulU will be univer
sally abundant,) For all of which let us
be duly thankful.
A regular conclave of Cairo Com
nandery No. 13. will be held at the
asylum In the city of Cairo, this Fri
day evARlB-f, June 4th, A. D. 18A0, at 8
o'cloek p. sa.
AH soJettraiBf lr Knights art 'cour
teously Invited to attend.
JAstws H. keahdkn, Iteo. pro tem.
Notwithstanding the unpropltlous
character of the weather yesterday, the
plo nle at Mound City was a real enjoy
able affair. The Cairo Hllver Comet
band kladly volunteered music for the
occasion, and kept the woods vocal with
sweet aouBtk. The day' closed with ft
ball In which about forty cquplo partici
Cairo participants speaJc of the whole
affair, from commencement to close, in
lorais of warmest praise.
TkrflotMl T'-aplam Tlcntr. oattvanetl.
Owing to the continued inclemency
of the weather, and for other reasons,
the Good Templars' picnic, named for
Fort Jefferson to-morrow, haa been
postponed until next (Saturday.
' Since nearly every day of tho present
week has been devoted to pleasure and
feHstlng, there is probably wisdom in
The Pen. ''That mighty Instrument
0( little men1' If they can procure some
body to use It for them with skill. We
.hear that our most excellent friend, who
presides, over one of our police courts
with so much dignity and self-assurance,
ipropoiwa to employ a gray goose quill or
a steel pen to crush us once for all,
Whose? In the language of the Butler
;w,h8e Pe 8ave UR Hudlbras, "I smell
D. W, Lush, of the Bhawneetown
'Mercury,' wants to be assessor of inter
nal revenue for this congressional, dh
4Wbat has ho done for Grant that leads
him to suppose that he, ha.1 any earthly
chance of appointment?
Tuggart, of Culro, gotuu olllce; but he
wan entitled to it. He used to mix Seld
Utz powders dEGmat.wheu''he "ihought!
of his head in the morning."
The Cairo Hog- to Ilrou.
BT k, OMTMUX (.T, K,
"Th- cut will ncw, tho iIor wilt tinve hU
ltoih niDiijfrcl, puppy. whetp hikI honml,
.nci cur ft i iov iicirrco
"A fripiHl (n iln(T t fnr llicv l.onr.t rrcntnr..
JtAail iitfrrHtMrdiMrMaXurs riMr.rWu A ttr
On nny tint thiv lrp not."
And nclmnu of lirk In 111" lionir we'll Mine,
AihI liowldown tho men who In, trnjul-tijt Kti
Our iul.wy, Jtli.-livtr'in' lH .'i'TO'lV i.v
ohi WbW,lfiofteHOTKf;o;JlT,1,ld7M', v
With thn gun of n C'liniiiilujn ready to -lny,
With llio volcnof tho tniiltltnda Mylngi "Thr'r
" n""l" , . "1
A11U the cyo of mjplcIju(i!JKjt Hlwny ,
Mow, wow I
And ftjmM U9t fqnd )iiipi-K their Lrlghti hopo-,atl
'(i't . .i:i.ii-:- , ah t x
OVriliHr piirontx ljr gimliot it;prir-l of (heir
.f.k' 'j if
V-Ol but. ' ii'l r.t i '. '
11 iro iooi
not ny wiin 11 oau-r nu. -hlold.
To kmrtiI and toj-ivtJK ftpiudnjtr.artj.ilnth,
, - i-'A oia : . oY. .. M
Then a hf ultli to K. H(0M,iiinllJ't lhdnghood lie
i.i M n I.. , ,11V i.ii.ir- tiVJr:i.'.I.T
. " "ft ..II MM.B ........ fUCIIff . rBf,
And wlirn lie l frlrnilli'--, or Kl'K'Miy or Kftd.
Hf nuy fly to our lionri-, for hl home will U llitro.
. f :Ik.W. -6wJ ! . . ' " , i
nut ilonn with the council, tliae h!nod-thirty
nifii r ' -
Joitn-tii, Mm P. W. lUirvli),
o'Callflhan, AVilliiirnxm, Colonel lt-rdrn,
Who ham loughtln Itielr anger to nukn in thIr
lkm , mom 1,
And may nil thp glio-tn of Hie dog. of thf jat
Hoitl inUif afghl-l!niBbriith tlielrwlndowi,
t'ntll thry -hall wlh rarh mom-nt the la-t,
And r ijrn dth for rfl-n-f from thlrwot.
Itow, wow I
And i for tin- uioyor my tLe dc'll gethfn own
And fly wy Iwdily with him to well,
Thn placa thnl I mean I. u rriclon well-known,
lint belm; jolllr, It- name 111 nut tell.
How, wow I
Butyou we willrlerlh you know whtt l nhit;
Yoi are ab-olute master of all you nurvey
And counfll, and mayor, and pulkemcnhategot,
When jua am Mrniind, preolou little to y.
Row, wow I
T)in ayiny with nil ordinance, ccuucll and mayor
All untie-. municipal lumber Io-a
To the city thai own the Intellei t, rare,
Of ouriteadfa-t ginxl friend, Mr. HrHollne Ilroe,
' He, liol hoi and ha I ha! wedg are lu luck,
And don't are a d n for hi honor, the mayor;
l'ro.-talm a he may, when his hete1it blbw'a fttruclc,
VVrwill wag our iileiwed talln. while Hro It itlll
Row, wow I
Everybody uses "Barrett's."
Nkof Beoato) IheHpot.
The Columbus 'Dispatch of yesterday
glresan account of the killing of a citi
zen by the name of John llugg, by anoth
er citizen named Willis Ilridgeman, In
that town on Monday last, which looks
very much like a murder.
Ilugg and hl wife lived "at outs," and
nridgeman took it upon himself to aid
Mrs. Ilugg in the procurement of a di
voice, conveying her toCllnton for that
purpo-e, and extending other attentions
which excited Hugg'n jealousy. Ilugg
swore about the matter roundly In
Brfdgeniuu's nb-ieucc, threatening: to
-Tl.f ..t...,.t l.ltt.l...f In I. I. !.......-
presence he liad'ut a word to say. On I
Monday morning the parties met at the
foot of the hill, Bridgemau drew a pistol
and peremptorily demanded llugg to
retract everything he had said about
him. llugg refused to do this, remarking
that he took nothing back. Thereupon
Bridgeman fired, killing Bugg instantly.
An inquiry Into the case resulted in
the holding of Bridgeman to answer for
Manslaughter, in the sum of $1,000.
Bugg was an old man, bordering on six
"Barrett's" secoud to none,
Dalh.rCaiC Jarry .
On the Ifltli day of March last, Capu
Jerry Coates met with an accident
which, at quarter to 5 o'clock yester
day evening, eventuated la his death.
' Ifor a period of many weeks he remain
ed an inmate of the Ulsters Hospital In
tit. Louis, undergoing there the painful
amputation of the leg, which had been
crashed, and suffering as few men are
.capable of suffering. ,A few- weeks ago
he reached tit. Mary's Infirmary lu
this city, where he remained until the
hour of his death, A few days ago evi
dence of mortlflcatlou manifested them
elves In his wounded limb; but his
system was In a condition that rendered
a second amputation (oe perilous to be"
undertaken. Although suffering the
agonlvsof a protracted death, he was
always hopeful, believing up to the day
of his death that hi. chances for recovery
were good. But the sure forerunner of
death that had betrayed Itself in his
wounded limb continued to spread until
yesterday evening, when death snatched
him from an agony that few men have
lived to suffer. He died without means,
leaving a mother and sisters In our city ,
who, depended upon him for support,
also moneyless. We speak of this matter
thai the hundreds in Cairo wlio were
glad to call Capt. Coatesa "frfeud," who
knew the generosity of his heart, may
provide the needful means to meet the
burial expenses. The time was when hh
money was given free ss water, whether
to relieve the needy or to enliven the
social circle. Let that time, and the
large-beartedncss of the deceased be re
membered, and a generous response to
the last call that cau bo'runde in his
(name, will need no wordy urging.
IThe remains were conveyed lo'-A'lllu
Ridge for interment, by the '2 o'clock
tran. vie '?''-.' .
?Barretts,, Great Hair Restorative.
W anted Iwmedlalrly, t .
One Circular Sawyer.
Ofie Saw Mill Engineer. v(-, k n 4j ,
Four Good Mill Men.
Permanent, employment and gootl
wages to competent' meri.
Jel-dlw W. M. Williams.
UrffU Arrlvn.1 of Ntrliijr Hint Humme
Miller A Miller, the inimitable cloth
iers of Cairo, Jiaye, brqugh't 'n h'e'i'r
second spring and summer stock of
clothing, hats and caps, piece goo'uVaud
gentlemen's furnishing goods. We spoke'
in Warm teniiR of the first stock, because
fact warranted us in doing so but Jthaf
nnd all other supplies are outstripped by!
the present. There Is 110 mistake about
it Complete suit of eA'ery griide und
style of fabric; an unsurpassable lot of
the most stylish hattf to bo had any,
where; cords of piece goods,-embracing
the most fashionable nnd desirable,
cloths, cosslmeres, tweeds, llnbris, raor
sellles, etc.; nnd bushels of furnishing'
goods these all enter into the neVr sup-.
ply now opening at .Miller & 3Iiller's.
Hedge Miller Informs us that he "out
did himself" in tho'purchaBoof tho pres
ent slock, and is therefore prepared to
offer the trade, better bargains than ever..
.'Gentlemen desiring suits made to or
der will bo sure to find fabrics in this
house that will prove Just tho thing they
wanted; and when It comes to making
fits, always commend us to the merchant
tailoring department of Miller & Miller.
Hold, Enough 1 We are Informed
that Esquire Bross proposes to attack us
through the columns of his "organ,"
nnd have us vanquished on the dog
question. We hope he will not do so.
Wo can enduro anything; but the pro
posed Infliction. Even though we were
d d for It, we cry: "Hold, enough!"
Our sponge is up I Anything but that!
The combined efforts of that gentleman,
and his friends, would be an avalanche
under which wo would perish. Peccavl,
then, a thousand times. Let them talk
at us, and strike at us, and shoot at us,
but Heaven forbid that they should write
at us. We shudder at the thought.
The Inaavaie Asylum to b Locate! Auaa.
The commissioners appointed by
governor Palmer to locate and superin
tend the erection of the Houthern Illi
nois Insane Asylum met at Anna last
Wednesday, and decided upon that lo
cation, as the most eligible for that
This is a Judicious selection, and will
command the approval of all concerned.
Wo congratulate our Anua friend on
the score of their "good luck."
We are fully pursuaded that the Wit-tlg-Kauffman
controversy was honeit
and earnest Each certainly thought that
he could beat the other rasping cat-gut.
Had the feeling beeit otherwise, they
might have taken advantage of the ex
citement their cnuteutlou created, and
advertised a public trial of skill, charged
$1 00 admittance und tilled the Athe
ueum to overflowing.
A consignment of railroad Iron for the
IlllnoU Southeastern railroad was laud
ed at Bhawneetown on Monday last.
This indicates a state of forwanlmwt In
that thoroughfUro that spenka well fur
the energy of the contractors. Our
Bhawneetown friends are getting out of
the woods rapidly.
Michael O'Brien, one of the parties
who tried to sell Eugene Calaber's watch
to Messrs. Buder A Bro., a few days ago,
had a hearing before 'Squire Bross this
morning and was sent to Jail in default
of ball In the amouut of ttOO. Michael
Egan, a supposed confederate, was ac
quitted. RIVEK KYV.
rert I.tat for tha S4 Mom Kiatllrt-f
Tw o'elt-rk, . M.
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Of-n, Andereoa, Colum. Wm. White, l-aduaah.
City of Calm, t.luh. Armnk Kiaoirille.
Kale ftdMnaoa, " Pavld Watt., Tenn. W-r.
Thomp-on IVan, " MtUNeola,Memiila.
tieo. Anderaoc. Celunt. Wm. White. Padurah.
City of Cairo, Memphia. Armada. Ern?llle.
Kale Itobiuton, Cia. Dan id Watte, rt. Louia.
Miuaeola, Cim lnnatt.
The weather is cloudy to-day. Heavy
rain fell lastiight and during the after
noon yesteraay. The atmosphere la
consequence Is cool and agreeable.
The Mississippi is still swelling at St.
Louh. The Illinois Is stationery at
Peoria but swelling below; at Peoria It is
15 feet above low water mark.
The Tyrone reports 3) feet oh Harpeth
Shoals. The river was net rlsiug when
she came out, but may be duce
The Ohio is again on the decline at
Pittsburg with eight feet In the channel.
At Louisville the Ohio Is still on the
rise with 0 feet 7 Inches in the pass over
Here the river has risen sorael5lnches
in the past 24 hours. v g
The Thompson Dean is still adding,
and will leave with fully 3,000 tons of
freight on board.
The Armada brought ii hhds tefeaece,
80 bhls whisky, ami four pkgs for'.Ht
The Tyrone brought Hulifday
sack seed com; Illinois Central railroad,
fipkgs, and for St. Louis, 1,100 bars and
30 bdlslrou; for shipment south, 140 bbls
flour, 04 hhds tobacco; for the Blue line,
We learn with regret that Captain
Tom Harmon was attacked by a stroke
of apoplexy, soon after the Tyrone left
this port oa her lut trip; irorn the effects
of which he is still very 111 a; Nuslivllle..
Captain Fate Splllers oi-eiiiilfs the niof of
the Tyrone lu his a list-net-
The Wabush river Is rlsfn'tf Wph a pros
poet of a regular de-lrutitle IJiiod, ,u
The Dexter left New Orleans on the I
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huuilsoiueyoung bride was hhserved'
to he in deep reflection on her weddlnir
j(cla. Ouo of her urldesiBuld laaktMP trer'
iue.nujjeiin oer uiewiiauoiii. . "i waa
imnklng,' site replied, ''which ur My
old' heaux I should marry if I should
become a widow. I
QIIAS. T..IIINDE, ,
l 1 KiJcfl
. v rH
CAIKO TKAXSFEIt COMIJAXY
ThroiiKh IIIIU or Lnillnp clven to nil
Available. Points Ityllnll or Water.
WSPECIA fi ATTR.NT.f0N TO J-OmS'AUDI.NO.
QA1IIO AND NKW OKLKA-NS.
ATLANTIC AND .MISSISSIPPI
COMPROMISE LINK STK.U1ERS
3NT3QW O XI Zj i. IV S
W. It. AUTHL'It...,,.
I. ADY GAY
UUTII I'KriltAM, JlMler.
PAUMNK CAIlltHM, WHITK. ituMcr.
him itn, .Mazier,
?J!3.11 '; KNTHIKKN, Matr
f . . . f . r. t.ajfif . ........
Alii. r., ?lxntz.
Compnlngnll the finet nnd largcat boataoutof St.
One of the ahote. lino of trainer
Will learc Cairo
for New Orleans
Cotinictlnk' at Nh Orlenn with Ocean Line of Steam
Liverpool, Sevr York, Tlnatou, mill Oalvea
PaearnRet w and shipper rin rely on one ft them
boat leatilitf Calm piiiii-t tilly nUiTe. Will pay
particular ittientlnn lo i,ll invfn"i:lil Ulow Mnmphlt
,to New prlean-. CHAd. T. IIINDE,
nenerul Auent, Cairo.
Ofnre, on Wharftiai, J'nlillo Uindlnn.
EMPIIIS AND ST. LOUIS
18. : .-'k, 1S69'
The follftwln Boat" cntnpria
tliln I,ln- rind will
run in inn lunowiiij.- nrurrs
'Artho at Cairo,: Airl at Calm,
IIEt.I.EST. UH'JS Tuci.diiy,.'.p.mlr;otiudiyl a.rp
iflffler. Miiatf r;i I
CITVOKC.UHU. Thur-ilayA i.mMouda.t u.in
11EI.I.K MEMPHIS, Uaturdav. 5i.m Thura
Arrhe at Cairo.
Arrin at Cairo,
CITT OK Al.TU.V. WiHlnd'y.jun
rrlday, 1 a. in
ItUWCON, IVId-y, ft ji.iM
.Sunday, I a m
, (Vmwny, Mn-tvrr
M. V- EUlWVTH, Minda), i ii.iu
Nortlicru Lluc Packet. Cmiijinuy,
Keokuk Packet Ciiniimii)',
Omalia Packet Cnuijiaii)', .
nnd Varloiia Itnllrond I.lutat
Meiupitla and While Illver Packet Co.,
Arkanaaa ltlver Packet Couipau',
Menaiihla aud Cliarlealon H. K.,
L Yaaoo River Packcta, und
Vlckaburg auil Mcrldlau llallroad,
Giving Ihrniiuli hdla lading anil .tlckcta tn all aiailnb'e
point liy rail or ricr.
CIIAt. T. JIINllK, ISeneral Aernt.
Ottic- on Wharr-toat,
El). Y. r'ISMIN, Ti.'kel and I'a.-riitier Alfeiit.
J-ASnVILLK AND CAIKO
ConItIinr of tho fellowlnir
jilcudid put filler Hteumera:
.Maaler I JlAKPEH
,....Mu(er I WOODS...,
JIAVIM.. ,... ... Ma-ter I CAVl .:.........CIeJk
MiikinKwII InteniiiMilati' hudinn. and L-ivinr
n on H liar
MKMPIIIH, WHITK RIVER AND
II.VITKfl hTATKH MAIL LINE.
JOHN H. DAVIS, Smi't. .Memidil. Tanotfe-
l hu .lilemllil IUo- lioel
MAYFIfOWKIt, COMSlKIlCtAIf and
I.IUKUTY No. -4,
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HATIJIJIMV, at (I 'for WJi.lt, Jtl,.r, ttiVinwtinBat
Ihivall'n Ulnlt itli llif Muiiidili. und Llttlo Itoolc K.IJ.
ro. for 'I.ftilei , k und Hot Sj.jrlnga. Tune Iroin
lrniiliU to Ifitilv Ki t k, t Ik.uiV.
Ktfisht-and PnHiKOra retuptel oiertheabota
IIINDE. AkimiI, Cairo, 1)1.
in 11 uiiiur roiiir.
JJVANSVILLK AND CAIRO
;T Conltliig of tho following
Mjdpii(lhl Pnspnger Steamerjj
PrjJl'LllET- MH.-irr 1 hHU'IfEll OrK
l,.ia (Viro r-uiuliiy nnd Thnrsdiij at S .m.
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l.4it Calti Tf'tay and Krltlayal ft p.m.
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i liT'CaJni Wi Jiiiu.U)' .nd r'aiurday nt 3 p m,
Mikfiwall laleriiiedlatt) Undfnga, and paylnir par
llcille 1 iTteulioo l Packet Ereljthta. ,ur
CHAS. T. UINjTe, Qencral ArcU
Otltre on WhaS-tSfc.