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llllnoU ( cut ml II. It., Chnnirn of Time.
.ffrho trains now Icn'vd a8,f6tib,wH', ' 1 '
Mali trulti leave ill..'... !.........'.! 'o'cloeKtiSn.
Express" " IM" '' PW.
... . COMINli SOUTH. . . ,..
Mill Irnln irme nf. 2 o'elnok a.
JJxpro " " ......... vi
Way, leatisat TOfiViwdi n.lfi.
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Dully, BuiiilnyH excepted.
Barclay, Urothern , JUarrcttjH.flgentH
Cairo, Illinois. ' jWl il&wlw
FRUIT JA1W at Parson, DiivIh fcCV.
Thu Cairo Planters' Tobacco tyjtre.
house Company will hold Its opening
sale, Thursday, June 10th, 18CU, when
there will bo a large quantity of choice
mnuufacturlng and shipping leaf placed
"The premium ollored for the best
houHheadH are Mich as to ensure a full as
sortment of the justly celebrated Ballard
county wrappers, which have born on"
the honors In all tho fairs. There will
also be a large stock of Kentucky, Ten-
uu4-ee, .Illinois and MNsouri shipping
The location of Cairo Is such an id offer
every IfKlucenifiit to buyers, as tne cny
Is not only euclly accessible from all
points, but the facilities for shipping In
any direction, either by rail or rlver,"are
Purchasers from St. Louis, Louisville or
Chicago can arrive In the Morning,
attend the sale, mid return by the even
ing train, thus loping buta single day
from their buslneM.
Regular sales from and after the open
In k. td
'Ilarrett's" makes Hair grow.
The Cnlro H er My 'HnllellN ' . I
It ii our ptiniofiO to make oor weekly
paper an eight pagesheet, twice the size
nf the daily. To c.trry out that purpose,
material has already been ordered.
Kvery number of the Weekly will con
tain a careful revision of the Cairo mar
ket, anil all the editorial, local and mis
cellaneous mutter of generel Interest that
Is printed In six numbers of the daily. It
will bu. In fuct, Jtiitsuch a paper ax the
people of .Southern Illinol, who are
looking to Cairo as a market for their
produce and their source ofsuppty, will
Bond In your names and money. .Sin-
do conies, $2 00 imt year. live copies
$.S 00. Ten copies Jlo 00. Payment re
quired in advance.
Kiimilnir r I'nill irnln.
III. Ck.NT. R. H. Co., I
CaIIU), May2S, j
Until further notice a fruit train will
run daily, Sundays excepted, leaving
Cairo at 11 o e'ock a. in., ami will arrive
at f'lilcnL-n nt 7:.rjQ next morning. Fruit
shipped In car loads, or nearly so, will
reach St Iiuls at 10:0 next morning
without ohange of cars. Passengers will
not be carried on this train.
Ma'JOlw Jamb? Joiik'N, Agent '
Have your lives ami property. A.
Fraser Isacent for tho 66pper scroll light
Ding rod company and will tl all , order
promptly. Call at once and nave tnem
Dutonvour buildings. This I the best
and safest rod now made. Bhop'onCora
nerelal avenue, between Eleventh and
Twelfth street. aplS4dain
hmthI-A. U. WliltUikrr'B Brmg Htr
Mr. A. R. WhitUker hereby announces
to hit friends and patrons that he haa re
Moved from ills old stand tuFord'abiilld
lag. two doors above, where he will be
lease J to see ana wan upon ins oiu
custouiers, assuring them that his stock
at drugs arc unsurpassed for quality and
and variety. m my i urn
If vou want a Kood stove, or tinware
feollow-ware, copper or -heet-lron ware
tin roof, gutter, or anything In that Hue,
call on A. Fraser, Commercial avenue
beteen Eleventh and Twelfth treet
where he has moved to, uud fitted up the
Unrest aud most complete hop In
Particular attention when to ateam
boat and mill work, copper uniithlMg
and sheet iron work, stiuh as chimneys?
breecher escaping steam-pipes, etc.
ThoSiiiiHower llllllard Saloon, on Obi
leveo. Is furnished with, the latest styli1
of tables and the bar supplied with (he
must excellent liquor. Free lunch Is
iproad everyday attu. in. and 10 p, in
Nirart I.lr lolle. '
The supervisor of street adopts this
method to notify alt persons frohi Svljbjn
treet labor is due, und 'who have been
notlfiml of their liability, that unlesa
Ihey comply ltn. Ue re(iulru,BiepU -of
the notice given them, or pay over to
Mm SMn cash or scrip, eocl and every
cue of them will be prohcc'ufed aocordlng
to law. This Is tho last warning. If
delinquents flml themselves served by
in qtllcrr they can only blame, thenv
?louy SaTf". ivrtI
wlio Keept a lurgo una tvim m-. yi uw ovf
ho keopt a lurgo and flec.t Hook f (ti
nnlly supplies, and soils cheaper than the
choapast, No. Wanhlngton avenue, op
foslte tho court houjs. raar5tf
JUiotographs, executed In the liigty&itf
style of tho art at. llell! gallery corner
Jtffljfc'rircjt OtmX .3 To5Ir
'dilfVompoAf Co HnicS, Sfti-j
vertlHei hlmnolf as a, properly owner In
DngucrryiIUW(Ctl1no,trj:et;r ThU lo-j
to quote Dogberry in Bottio moment nt
cntlnmlaflm, and auk fo bo written down
an as; WitWfrriiridUiiiitilridorgono u
change, and wo think now that lift
should btTirilizfcled find kenneled In Ca
nine street. 1 ,
Thd Padticah 4lleraldt silggefttH the
propriety of offering ft liberal 'premium
upon, the first hogshead or tobacco de
livered iu that city", from tho present
year's crop, i
The same idea occurred to intrested
parties in tlife city some two weeks ago, il,
a I . A tix '
ana wo suppose ic win oo acicn upon,
If tho premium M a liberal one It wun
have tho efleetoft briBgiug.a largo quan
tity of early tobacco to our market; and
will, furthermore, astrq our neighbor
ing planters that tho Cajro Planters' To
bacco Warehouse Company understand
There woro llfty-twn hogsheadH of to- J
baco on tho Shnwncelown wharf, one
day this week, awaiting shipment, and
tho 'Mercury' says there Is a large quan
tity yet to como forward.
Southern Illinois produces annually
about 20,000 hogsheads of tobacco; the
planters of Johnson county, particularly,
cultivating the weed -most successfully.
When the Cairo ft vinccnncs ranroau
is placed In 'operation' Oie bulk of this
tobacco will And Its way to the Cairo
arkct; and as It Is the purpose to main
tain good prices here, very little if any
of It will pass through ourhands for sale
"Ilarrett's" perfectly harmless.
- - - - . -
One thousand dollars In city scrip, at
62 cents. Call at thin office. JMt
The dcinl monde have U-en In a fear
ful stat or commotion slnc a caso was
made out against Molllc Manning and
the Inmates of her house. Two hundred
dollars fine Is too strong for them, and
they are celtlng out of town on the
steamboats and railroad ns fast as possi-
Die I'.vnnsviile 'Journal.'
We may expect tho frightened "dears"
to anlve at Cairo within a few days.
Here Is their haven and their rest. No
two hundred dollars will alarm them
here. We seldom, iu the kindness of
our hearts, tine our frail females more
than tweuty-tlve dollars, payable In city
scrip; and, kind people, that we are, we
glvo them time to pay tho amount, only
requiring them to come down with tho
coots of suit cali in band.
Irmrllir s'ourth want.
Hereafter a supply of Ice will be kept
for sale on the corner of Iflth and Toplar,
at the ame rate at furnished by other
dealer. May 27 tf.
Wo are Informed that Esnulrc Bross
nroposrs touttack us through thecolumns
of his "organ". Hulletln.'
Wonder which one of his "organs" the
'Squire Intends to attack our cotempora-
ry witnr ' nmes.'
We hope the "organ" used In the pro
posed attack may not be as formidable
as that recently used against the man of
the 'Time' by a young lawyer of thh)
city. We prefer tongue to flsf, and If
our friend, the police magistrate, has not
on hand a stock of the former, he may
obtain a supply from our cotem'porary,
who (teals! n It extenslvcly, using Its a
Uytd Umler as -well as, abuckler and
shield. Or better still, If the Magistrate
trill attack us, and desires td use a weap
on of a very harmless description,-Ve
advise hire to procure the pen of the
Tlmea' man. Will th snfflw,' raoat
VmMI Inunr4Ully. '
Ono Circular Sawyer. ,
One 8as'h Sawyer.
One'Raw Mill Kngineer.
Four Good Mill Men.
Permanent employment and good
wages to competent men.
Jel-dlw W- M. Wiu.tamh.
The Cairo dry-docks are undergoing a
thorough overhauling preparatory to
their removal to Memphis on Thursday
next. A sale of them to a Joint .stock
company In thutcity was efTeoted some
time ago". We understand Unit Mr.
Streeter, the efficient superintendent
will accompany the docks and hereafter
make his homo In Wimp his.
We shquld deplore tho removal of these
nocks rrom our city, were we not as
sumed that their removal will create an
oponlng that will soon be Qlled by a
marine way and at) n yard., Wealthy
gentlemen from the neighborhood of
Louisville have canvassed tho pros and
cons presented by Cairo, we understand
and have determined to establish a large
boat building interest hero as speedily
as thoy'can perfect the needful' prelim
We wore not aware until this morning
that our "very pleasant and appropriate)
little notice" f the strawberry supper '
given by the ladles of the Presby tcriilan '
chuQli. on Thursday night, (jh'l not reach .
the public eye. Tlie.raayUHgr'ip.t.was ev-i
hlently mislaid, or mown eyine prevaiir
loc brfeeees from ndrcopy hook, It In not
too late ioaay. huwever,.that, .ndtwltu1-
standing the unfavurable weather, the
HUM, aHd MfiW the' 'o-
caslon was pleasant and resulted satie-
i ractoriiy. ine nan was mosi oeuuiiiuuY
decorated with festoons and flowers;
. ik. mi . a 1 H..II..
and Kinuuess, iae geiiuemen noerai anu
gallant, and what more could have
Vrrr r.nnrh nl WMkef Nlmoirs To-
A Slsson will sproiul a splendid freo
lunch, embracing turtle soup, with tho
ncedfiil'wfidlrnoiilV, well .'served meats,
V. W. Jlmytn' rent !rFrenl city I'lrrna
This unrivalled circus combination
will glvv'Vwoiexlbttioiis iu' .ija'im .on
l-'rlduy aHdaTurda'tlie lhth' Mid lt)th
Inst. It embraces talent of tho highest
order, aud la Justly rccogulzod aa one of
tho leading equestrian companies of
Amorlca. ' ' ' " ''
Tl)o uyertisemont will appear on
iuomiay evening. ' ( ,
For photographs .anil ambrotypes,
to' Kell's gdIery'Vorner ofTElghth"n
A "stilted meotlng of the city council
was held lastillghty fdxlecn 'Out of the
eighteen members being present.
The coinniiltco on market tiled their
report, recommending that all butchers
of the city be brought under the namo
restrictions imposed upon the market
house butchers; that no dealer iu vega
tables in tho market house should sell
groceries, and that it suitable pair of city
scales be provided. The report was nd
Tho street supervisor was directed to
repair Washington avenue beyond 34th
street, so that country wagons may pass
hi an seasons.
Philip Helm wun coullrmcd as night
policeman uy a vote or i l to 2.
ueorge Jxiwer was appointed as a
policeman to do duty at the railroad
The tine Imposed upon policeman
Cuuimlngu by '.Squire Jlross for llrlng
within the corporation wnile In the dis
charge of his duty, was remitted by a
The committee on ordinances was In-
structed.to report an amendment author
l.lng policemen to uu fire-arms at any
time or place, when their use becomes
neces-ary In the discharge of olllclal
The committee on press association re
torted a deficiency of $WJ. llport reler
red to tho committee on claims
Htrcet s'upervisorKhcehau reported col.
lections on account of street labor, du
ring the past mouth, amounting to $720,
The proceedings, In olllclal shape, will
be published on Monday,
"Ilarrett's" Great Hair Restorative.
'1 he OpruluK Tubnrvo hl mi1 I.uurh
The openlug tobacco sale next Thurs
day will call out a large uumberof plant
era from tho neighboring counties III
Missouri aud Kentucky, und buyer
from all jiurt of the country. The oulo
bus been indUntriously ailv erllced, and
will bo a succenn, It Is lelleved, in every
Tho suggestion that a free luuch should
bo spread meets Very general approval,
and our citizens are responding in a gen
erous spirit to the calls being made upon
them for contributions. .Mr. Stratton, of
tho tlrm of titration, Hudson & Clak, de
voted a few hours ycslcrduy to the woik
of providing means to meet the expen
ses involved lu the preparation of the
lunch, and .succeeded in raising about
seveu hundred dollars. ThU Indicates a
a becoming liberality, and conveys the
assurance that the required amount will
be readily secured. vVe record the fact
In the production of photographs etc..
Bell stands unsurpassed. Gallery corner
of Eighth and Levee streets up stairs.
Mrs. J. ,E. Thompson, milliner and
dressmaker, No. 88 Commercial avenue,
confident she can please In the neatness
aud promptness of her work, asks a
liberal share of publio patronage. It
The council last night remitted the
fine imposed by Esquire Ilross upen offi
cer Cu turnings for shooting somebody's
dog. The temerity of that council Is be
yond all finding out!
Doc after dog departs; who has not
lost a dog? There Is no union here of
pups that finds not here an end.
"Burretl's" second to none.
I?OR MAI.K. CHKAP-.W Qittann and Ihrr
X: iiin.rorner l.wuttan'i Miivenin aircri.
iSKKKN (ill.UKKT, AMV.
SMYTH & CO.,
O0 LEVEE, - - VAIRO, ILLINOIS
S1JHAK., COFFEES, TEAS, SYRUPS,
Jtl olaaaca, Tobacco, Olgara,
FIshvCaiMlcs, Woodenwnre, Willow-Ware
Nallsi, OUm, 3EA.ixxtse,
VARNISHES, R RUSHES,
WIihIow-CIIhxm, Fully, Liitte,
Cement, Plater'IurU, Ounpotrdtr
Old Kyc, ManoHKbtla an4 Bonrka
Red XjondHUd Hliot.
aim f -p oonsrnniij on imim a jnoi roiiiplla
SCOTCH AND IRISH WHISKY, MS
un, otM rot
J. RIEQ fiOjy, (fELERRA TED WllhEL
Wc ell x:liiiivily lor CASH, tofhlch ws Invito
uiiiMiinui hi t nyr i'a.n niirera.
uiwxImI atleulloii nalil to Wllng ordrrt.
fort.lAnt for th 'At Uonni Knrflnic nt
iwo o riorir, p. jm. t ( lt t1
(Uu.An.lorum, f))iUi. WmWlilu-.l'tihicnii,
riivr HPI3U' ?iew rlnn.,liiuinari Kt.iJiuln.ftnH
Gim, HI. I.oul"). .qulckucp, Kvnvillc.i
ltM?rty ri, 4. rmsljUM. Niainrock.iCliie'nHiUl
DKPAKTUIIKS. ' ' ' kJI
Ueti, Andcron, Colnni. ffm, Wlille, I'iuIwaU.
filter Hprny, Cmutnrtriti, Lllifl-ly o. j, tfu liuU.
dim. Tnun. Uivcr. lifllAHt. ImiIh, ilo
quickitop, Kvmioiltf. 3llnnl, lo
TIiohidmio Denn, N. O. Hlininrutk, Uo
Tlie weather has cleared off brlcht and
pleasant, the air being agreeably cool
Tho Mississippi is again stationary itt
St. Loui while the Illinois is .falling.
Tho Missouri is still on tho rls&i, '. , J,'
Tho Ohio is at a stand at Louisville
and falling above, with 7 feci nt' P'ltfcT- '
burg and 6 feet in tho chute over the
Hvro the ilvcr is sllll rising protty
Tho Thompson Dean cleared about dark
last evening, having about" 8,000 tons
freight on board.
Tho Quickstep brought 00 hbls whisky
for tho South ; tiOO ska wheat, St- Louis,
and for the city, J. T. lTcnnie, lot sun
dries; P. Schmidt, 1 bbl vinegar; H.
Harris, I do; I). S. Harrcll, lot furniture,
and C. Galllgher, 4 sks wheat.
Tho Wm. White, Captain Northern, Is
the regular Cairo and Paducab packet
The Cumberland, Captain Billy Lowth,
Is the rcgumr Cairo and Evansville pack
et this evening.
The Bcl'e Memphis, Captain. Crane, Is
the regular Memphis packet thlB even
QAIKO AND PADUCAL'
Tha light draught puatnger Eloamcr
n. r. north KaN-
J. M. IIKVKKLT.
Will make rriculrr PAII.T TRIPS rwtwrm Calm in.l
Pailucah, leaTinic Cairo ertrj Tnlng (Sundayi ax
crptnl) at Arc o'clock.
Tli White connect at Pailurah wil- tho Nw Orlfan
anl Ohio railroad, an J the Cumberland an.l Tcnnen.-er
Kor freight or paanagr applr on board, or to
applr on board, or to
M.J. HUCKI.Kr, Arrnt,
Crittondon County, Ky.
ONLY EIUilTY MILES FItOM CAIRO.
Ttime writ knoas aprlng am now In charge of
'ifr. it. a. iu atM . wiBiK
hiuld nn. rrnotaifrl the trilliiit);
nxhfr improrimi-nl a. will in.iiru tha comfort of the
tifn and mad unnh
iiitHim mi l Wit, urowT a.conimiMUUon or tne perwn
In m medicinal iwlnt of new tlm water ars unnur-
pui'il, rtTi'Iinif curra i ilcranrd buwrln, clirunlo
nmrrlira, d)iippKia, nrral ui-biliiy and dinenaui
of Ihf kiUnrjr und Moin'li nf tho nnmt agnrarated
and nnlnK charavtrr.
I no pmprlrior, in thrir clrnular, y that thry
ill ni llirir iltrtuxt ccrtl..iu to make tlirm a nlfy.
xnt and ajcrrnilib' rr.ort during th miiiiiiht muiitli.,
I tlio -rckiiix t'tiili nr rceri-atlon, and ni pnlnn
III li .parol lo make gut-ata I'lHiiluruLlv. Ttio
Cairo anil KvaiiMVlllcJkPacklM
Xs m m w o m t o xx
Ford'ri Forry Daily,
and HACKS will beninnlnjt from ihef point to the
thn iiprli'i;. Hoplnx the iAlronK hitherto b(ow.
ed, will ljounllnuid to tlm prf.rut pitiprlrlor. Ihry
trur t thry will I alJ to ! utUfactloo lo thi puhllc.
u. a. a w ,
AX 8ALE NOTICE.
To Ellzahf in T. Holbrook, Charle J, Loarry, John 8.
I. iBKrsuuuti, MUiwa vi (fin r.wo Of LaflU
II. Hollirook, doceaaed, John Corcoran and all
other whom tola may concern t
vu, MJ rm.i w. . itvi.u, MUlinri, WIAI at
the aaleofcltr Iota, at the door of the court houie,
In tliorltr ortalr, inloa county or Alexander and
Diaie oi ininun, on lum iinn any oi uecember,
ST, for the city tate of aaid city of Cairo, due
brook' eUU i
Ia1 no. 7. in Block numbered it. In the oltv a
At tho luroe rale, on Uia day and nlm-a afurM.
and for the Kama taxea aOireuild, due and unpaid for
the year OCT, C. Wlnntoa became the purchaser W1
the followinK drtcribed lot, iltul-d In the rily of
Cnirn, county of Alexander and Stat of Illinol
which lot mm void In the name of t). II. Holbrook'
ImI .No. t, In Block No. , In tho city of Cairo,
who duly analgcrd xald ccrtlacata of purchase to the
of the above described city Iota, and each of them no
And that tne time liven or law for thn rntimn(lnn
urched a aforesaid on the 10th day of December.
Uyr? w . man lh. IfWK Haw it IUa I U,.
aud that unlet eooner redeemed, I ahall annfy far
a deed for the nosar.iion of the name.
. niutMA. riinjiianer,
Cairo, Illinol. y 7. 1). mylOilfiw
Av lrluo of Hleclal Kxecutlon and ordne if tn
ino directed by the clerk nf the circuit coiut of Alex
ander county, in the State, ef Illinol, In faror ofham-
ucl ynson una ugainu micKingnum v. Aye, Implead
ed, with on John V.'Clark, I huml-eeii commHiided
by mid epeclal exocutlou and order of aal to proceed
to ell the following deeorteed property, to-wlt t Lot
numbered thirty-afs (M) andthlnir-raen (37), in
block numbered eighty-one (81). In uia flnt addition
tn the city of Cairo, county of Alexander and Statu of
Illinol, tho lame remaining Ininv po seailon through
a certain writ of un attachment issued out of the (aid
court In favor of thecald Hamuel Wilton, and asalntt
the laid iluckingham C. Nye, impleaded, etc., BS
aforeaid. snd belufi I ho property of the said Backing
hiim C. Nye, which I will offer at publio aJo at tho
door of tho courthouse, lu the ald city of Cairo,
rounty and State aforesaid, on the Tweuty-nerentli
diy nf May, A.U.lKtd, between the houmofnino
o'clock a.m. und sunnet of Mid day, for cash, to satis
fy lad rx,pditou.
vateu at lairo una tiin uav or Nay, lsfiO.
r.num n uvt'nu
Hherifl of Alexander county. 111.
gALE UNDER DEED OP TRUST.
Whereas, Mark Casullo and Wary, his wile, did by
deed of trmt, bearing date on tho 6th day of May,
lfcOT, aud duly revorji d In tho recorder' olfioa of Al
exander county, Illinois, lnbnok"P,"pj;e 114, tQM
cure the payment of a certain promissory uetn i.
cuted by nUt Mark Castello. beurnig oven dato Vllh
ld iletd of trust, and therein dotenbed, payabl ae
yew after date to James Cunnon.wllh eight (Miliar
nj. per annum interest froa.,dt flaRifyio Ibn
Fald JanieaCaunen'thortal ctlit herelaaftof men
tioned, nlth tho privilege aud appurlenanoVa tbare
unto lielongingi and whefoaa the raid noto havln
Notice herefcv-giytn! ,VOtu
power and atithotfty alveamsla tUid by aalddaaJTr
at U o'clock w.
CBirejIltinnJi;. by-publio veadua to tae hUa
VJIB"V??L""' veaaua to im nigaeafaisMar,
for cash, sell tho real eatata described is aaaataaed of
trust, via: Lt number Mjren (). la block num.
bered forty -eight J, in the Irat addition to the citv
of' (aire. Alexander countr.11linaii.tA
lam lortn Tear ini, i uccamo mn purcnunr or
followluB JricrlUdf lot, altuatrd in the city of
ro, count or Alexander and Htato nf IlllnoU,
Ich aaid lot was void In the name of D. H. Hoi.
ubw..iiiimwvtiwi i;oai ui trust, aa
in said instrument. JAM 4
Cairo, HI., Juno 3, UW-wlw.
r- : HINDE'S COLUMN
it i ,
rjrt lit m iit'vVtm.'
1 , do
FOUWAItDLVO AS I) C03OIISSI0!i;
CAIHO TUANSFJBR COMPANY
Through II lit of Imdlnr given to all
Avallaliln I'olnta by Unit or Water.
-HI'KCIAL A'n il.Nl'ION TO KOinVAIlDlSo.-'
QAIKO ANU NKW OUI,KAl?S.
ATLANTIC AS1) 3USSISSUTI
C0MI'Jt03IJS USE STE.UIKK.S
3NTEW O XI. Xj JE2 JL St
W. II. AKTIirn., JONKS, Master.
LADY GAVt...... IIUHK. Mater:
RUTH (WlltA.M, Master.
PAULINK CAUltOI.I. ..WIIITI-:. Mn-lrr,
BIHMAIICIC i;.NTI!IKi:.V. Master
Mr.KlR (III, I U'NKII.. MaMcr.
COMJIOJIWK.Vr.TII ..t:()NI.Y, Muler,
OLIVE IIUA.NCII .JONr, Mauler,
COHTIJTE.-VTA1. OltKKNOUnll Aral! r
UHKAT IlKI'tllLIU ..l)ONAUO.N MaK-r
MIBMIHSlI'l'I Oltl.KN Mt.-r,
THOMPSON I) ISAM .........l'KI'I'KIt, Master
IKOLLIK AI1LK . AllliK, MaMr.
Comprising nit tho flne.t and largest lo.t out ol
Ono of the abote liueof steamer
Will leave Cairo for Now Orleans ecry
lorty-tilght llutirs, '
Connecting at New Orleani with Ocean Lino of Steam
Liverpool, Xtw York. Huston, ami Ualvct-
ion, l exits.
Paenirer nnd flhlrner ran rely on olio of the.
bnaU leaving Cairo piini-riially n almvo. Will nay
aantcuiar aiientmn in an way ireiirni ieiow .Memun t
;o New Orlen. UHAS. T. IIINHK.
rienrral Attrnt, CXlro.
Office, on Whrftiat, Public Landing.
BMPHIS AND ST. LOUIS '
1809.: : I8t.
The fnllnwlmr Iloat comprise this Line and
run In the following order t
Arrlie nt Cairo, Arrive at Caito,
Boat. I now. IT,
KKI.I.K ST. I.OUIH, (Tiioiulay, 6 p.m SsturJuy 1 .m
CITY OKCAIIto, IThursday 5 p.m Monday. 1 n.n
I1KM.K MKMl'lllH, (Haturday,Sp.m Tliur... 1 s.tn
Arrlteut Cairo Arnte at CaTrfl,
Boat. nnwN. i r,
cur OK ALTON, Wodnd'y,8p.m Frlil.iy, I n.m
Archer. Muster I
MAItllLE ClTr, " " "
RUBICON. Krlday, B p.m Sunday, 1 n.ii
Conway. Ma.tr;! fi ''
SI. K. KOItM'TII, Cundsy, 3 i..m WiMlnsd'y tn.m
llsney, Master; 'f
Jl'LIA. ' "
OunnculingntBt. IxjuiswKIi "
Northern Line Packet Couiiiany,
Keokuk I'acket Cuniinn)',
Otnalia I'ncUet Clitniinity,
anil Vn- loua llallroad Xiluca.
At Memphis with
Masupkla aud Wlilte Itlvcr Packet Co.,
Arkansas Hlver I'acket Cotupaa)',
MeraphU niul Cliarleitoa R. X.,
nd MUsUilppt A. TciinesteeR.lt
At Vicksburg with
Yaaoe River Packet, and
Vicksburg aud Meridian llallroad,
Glvinf through bills lading and tickets to all aval I ill r
iKilnts by rallor river.
C11AS. T. II INI) K, General Agent.
Othce on Wlmrf.boit.
ED. V. hlhSON, Ticket and Passenger Agent.
jASHVILLK AND CAIRO
Consittinc of tho following
plcndld pmnengor atoitmen:
STRONG.. ....Mutcr WOODS..
HAKMON Mater WEAVER..
UAVU .Mter CAVI3 cjejk
Making all intermenlate landing, and giving rccia'
attention to w ay business.
CIIAS. T. UINDK, General Agent
ilet2l'Cfil Office on Wharfboal.
MKMI'HIB, WHITK KIVER AND
LITTLE ROl'K V
UNITED BTATKS MAIL LINE,
JOHN B. PAVIS, Sup't, Memphis, T,inw5e.
. gff Tho snlondld sido-whocl
J'm$eLs l'ASSENUER STEAMJ'itS
MAVnOWEIt, COMMERCIAL and
IiIllKllTY No. X,
Leave Memphis rvery TUESDAY, THUnSDAY and
HATURDAr. nt 6 p.m., for White Itirer, coniittctfiigat
Duvairs limn wttu tne Memphis and Little Hock lull
road for Little Rock and Ilut rrrlng. lime fron,
Memphis to Little Rock. 48 hours.
Freights and Passengers reeelpicd over thealiovs
Lino M lower rate than anv other mute.
CilA". T IIINHK. Agent, CUro, III.
ODIi'B on Wharf-boat,
TjVVANSVILLE AND CAIRO
Consisting of the following a
BlcndW Iasseer SfcasawrJa
ARMADA, i . h
DVS0lICHET.....Mater FOWLER ... ..Clerk
Leave Cairo tUmday aud Thursday at a p.m." J
DEXTEIL Master, U RAMMER.,,, M..C!e tb
, Leare Cairo Tueaday and Friday at I u,m,
W. A. LOWTM...Mater t WK101lT........,.aajiJ
Leaves Cairo Wednesday and Saturday at 0 cm.
autlsfy said I Making all intermediate lkndlne, and rajlnr Mr
la provided I UcalanBllon t Pvket Vr,.i,hf,.' 1 r"
CANNON. I 0HAS. T, II1NDK, Qencril AaMttk .