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MONDAY, JUNE ,7, 18C9.
l'UDLisnKD ht jonx h. oiikki.y a co.
U. B. IIARKKLL, AB80CU.TE EDITOR.
Illinois Uentt.nl K. R , Ckaa-r) r Tlaaa.
The trains now leave at follows:
Mail train leaves lit ..... o'clock a.m.
Eprcs " " 240 H pfn.
Mall nrrlvm ut-. 2 o'clock a.m.
Espre m " .. Mw mw .fl " p.m.
Way, leave it ,..... .......l:30 o'clock a.m.
Kxpre, 4:10 " p.m.
Wjr, arrive at 6:S0 " p.m
Kxpren ........., 7tS0 " a.m.
Dally, Sundays excepted.
The city might do a more foolish thing
than the- giving of substantial t4'to the
Cairo and IJlundville gravel rpad. It
could not, without difficulty, do anything
that would be of more immediate bene
fit to tho. city, and particularly to to our
retail dealers of every kind. Woes
about nno mile of road, between the fer
ry landing and willow crook, la com
pleted, Cairo will beablu to command all
tbo trade of Bnllnrd county. Priyate In
divlduals have already upent about $10,
000, and tlio oily should not nsk them to
go much deeper into their purses.
"Jlarrctt'H" Kccnml to none.
Ail, or nenrly all, tho country wagons
that come to our market from Alexander
county, come Into tho city by way of
Washington avenue. The County Court
has provided a flrnt-nUo road up to the
levee; but Inside, near Thirty-fdiirth
street, the avenue Is impassable In bad
weather. It should bo ropalred. Every
consumer of farm stuff In the city will be
ft At A . Jt t -
nenenueu uy mu worn.
A codi mitten of the city council has
been appointed to appertain at what cost
Ht. Mary's Park can be properly fenced,
and otherwise improved. This Is a matter,
of great interest to tho city. The do
nation of the park Is conditional upon
1 J t.i . . .. I - r - t
in) uujiit, iih miner ienca iuu improved.
'I ho lea-o of the lot on which the city
jail building stands, ha expired. It mast
be leased again or purchased.. Would It
not be well to ascertain If a mnro tleslrn
bio location for n Jail could not now be
riiotograpiiK, executed In tho hlghcxt
stylo of the nrt at Hell's gallery corner
of Eighth and Levee htreeU, ut $0 per
Barclay Jlrothera Darrctt's agents
Cairo, Illinois June 1 d&wlw
FRUIT JAIWut Parson, Davis Co's j
Uarrett's" makes Hair grow.
Bavo your lives and property. A.
Fraer Is agent for tho copper ccrull light
nlng rod company and will 1111 all orders
promptly. Call at once and have them
put on your buildings. This h tho best
and safest rod now made. Shop on Com
mercial avouue, between Eleventh and
Twelfth street. ap!2d3ra
Restored A. H. Wltlltakrt'a Drs Blare.
Mr. A. R. Whlttaker hereby announeea
to his friends and patrons that ho has re
moved from his old stand to Ford's build
ing, two doors above, where he will be
pleased to see and wait upon his old
customers, assuring them that hla stock
of drugs are unsurpassed for quality and
and variety, H-y-dtf
If you want a good stove, or tinware
hollow.ware, copper or sheet-Iron ware,
tin roof, gutter, or anything In tliat line,
call on A. Fraser, Commercial avenue,
be teen Eleventh and Twelfth street,
where he has moved to, and fitted up the
largest and most complete shop la
Particular attention given to steam
boat and mill work, copper smithing
anJ sheet Iron work, such as cblaaeys,
brcecher escaping steam-pipes, etc
The Sunflower Billiard Halaon, on Oblo
Levee, la furnished with the latest styles
f tables, and the bar supplied with the
most excellent liquors. Free luneh is
spread everyday at 9 a. u. and 10 p. m.
One Circular 8a wyer.
One Sash Sawyer.
One Saw Mill Engineer.
Four Good Mill Men.
Permanent employment and good
wages to competent men
jel-dl w W. M. Williams,
looror th rurtk warSU
Hereafter a supply of Ice will be, kept
for sale on the comer of iptl and Poplar,
at the same rate as furnished' by other
dealers. May 27
"Barrett's" perfectly harmless, , .
One thousand dollars Jn-clty jjcdp, at
62 cents. Call at this office.
Great Hair Kestoratlvo.
tiiiiuinir of I'rnll TrnlR.
(JAIHO, iuay k, iwro. j
Until further notlcu a yrutraln will
run dally, Saturdays excepted, leaving
Cairo ut 11 o'clock a. m,, and will arrivo
at Chicago at 7:50 next moruing. Fruit
alilpped in; oarJottdH, or (ueurJyao, wl
reaoh St. Louis ut 10:80 next morning
without change of oars. Passeugers will
not be carried on this trrtliA r -
cMaMW .oiiJAMKs JoMNRQN.fAgentvjH
rybody uses "Barrett's."
Alderman Gibson is Just recovering
from a serious spell of sickness. r
Bell stands unsnrsiasBii si. Gallery corHsr
of Eighth and Levee streets up stairs. ,
Several famUi hav. looated In Pa
ducah lately under the Jmpreselon, that;
'the place' Is destined to be a railroad
center at least the 'Herald' says so. The
facility with which some folks can be
bambooitled Is astonishing.
Our friend, James Kennedr, is engaged
at the work of removing the material In
tho large government warehouse, from
where it stands at the foot of Fourth
street, to the site of the hew hospital in
the Fourth ward. It is a considerable
job; but Kennedy is fully equal to it.
The Cairo dry docks will shove out for
Memphis on Thursday, under charge of
Alderman Carroll who will accompany
them to the Bluff City, and superintend
tbo work of landing andocatlng them.
Capt. Sam Hambleton is now in Mem
phis arranging for their arrival.
The future of Cairo novcr looked
brighter than at present. New enter
prises are taking shape, and everybody,
savo the grumbling nuisances who In
fest street corners, Is looking forward
With hopefulness, and preparing for "the
H. Watson Webb, esq., was a very
active and very useful member of the
Cairo delegation to the New Orleans cob:
vention. Mr. Webb Is one of our: most
public spirited citizens, and h at daggers
point with UieOkl. Sds, who attempt
to thro w cpidwater uponevery public en
terprise', and growl continually like bears
with sore heads.
For photographs and ambrotypes go
to Bell's gallery; corner of Eighth and
Levee streets, JeSlw
A printer named H. H, Parks commit
ted,suiclde, bydrownlng In the Ohio
river, at Evans ville, last 'wek. He had
been 'oh a spree during the week previ
ous, and it In supposed that he termi
nated Ills wretched existence while suf
fering from delirium tre'iheus. Soyeral
years ago Park-r worked at the case In
The waters drained from one-third of
the American continent llow by Cairo on
their way to tho Oulf. .Steamers loavlng
,the Cairo wharf can, Journey one thous
and miles northeast, one thoiuanu miles
north, one thousand miles northwest nnd
one thousand, miles south. Think of
that, and say th'at Cairo Is not tho ccuter
of rivcr$, If you daro.
The Clrra la Comtiip
Tho young folks an all on tho nut t ir.
Noyes' great circus will bo hero on tho
18th aud 10th, and tcn u time suoh ri
ding, such vaulting, tumbling, swinging,
poliilng, singing, dancing, funny talking!
The like has rarely been ecn. Tho fa
mous Wilson Brothers, tbo most fearless,
acrobats In the world, are ,wlth Noyest.
Miss Stlckney, daughter of old Sam
Stlckney, is with Noyes! But read the
advertisement, save tip a half-dollar and
The response to the calls of Mr. Strat
tou for money, to provide the free .lunch
to be spread in the Planters' Tobacco
warehouse on Thursday, was liberal-'
creditably to, There was a willingness
to help Manifested, en all sides. Aflsr a
few hours' etfett Mr. 8. feuad himself
in hand about slgnl hundred dollars.
Tale sua will provide aa elegant repast
tor at least a thousand.
. .ii i
There will be snore tobacce sold in.
Cairo on Thursday next, than was se)d
during tan wasle year aweeeedlng "the
oneninc a the, tobacco market in Padu
We montlon this fact, not in dJsparag-
naent of Paduoab,'(for the market there
now Is tha.Hfa ef.the town) but to show
that the CsdN market will bp a success
Mmw at HMlkraa Wf lath, -
A splendid stock of spring and summer
goods has Just been received at Hell
bron V Welbk, 144 Commercial a venae.'
Tlse supply ofdress goods la large, em
braces every variety of fabric and many
pnoiee styles never before introduced
into this market Ladles are especially
invited to .call aqd xam'lnei , Stapo
dry goods hosiery,' nodd'ns,' trimmings,
etct also form a prominent feature of
tho new stock'.' No other eatabllidtaieBt
in the city has as large a per ' cent" off
new,goodsj; and'.aa t; prices wthy ure
fower thMtver. ThaattacUoaJ.''new
goods, latest styles, at greatly reduced
rates." - it
rrniie m ymny. e jeHBgaien were ai
Jtrte riar of th"e Delmonlco, between 'three"
and four o'oteok Saturday, morning losj,
Mr. Charles Kyle, connected with one of
out had been iR'trje'saJoou but a mlutv
or two.- betareA nieniber of tho parly,
jiiarherl Louis 'Duffln, succeeded In steal
Jny his watch. Offloer William O'Cal
Janan andartBerajid mt rnpjds
stated by the Times' heard of tho theft
ad ImrBtidlntelyrtoek Duflln Hinder ar-
restT-'Vpori kjliearlritf 'p'rtWoaRo. before'
o as eoncluslve?'aRdth. accused, com-
mlttedt ln'lefault of ?300 ball. bout
twelve houm after the arrest, sheriff
Myers an(l prHcwuajAr))difOUHit Jtee
'stolen watch, concealed under a plank III
the rear of the saloon. Jt was ututed at
the preliminary hearing that the watoh
was jv)Hh.$.i!4l MrtmMriDuma,
who Is said to be a river thief, will, most
probably, ttnter an appearance at Juliet
The Cairo Planters' Tobacco Ware
house Company will hold Its opening
salefThundayi June 10th, I860, when
there will be a large quantity of choice
manufacturing and shipping leaf placed
on cmthV '"'
The premiums offered for the best
hogsheads are.sueh as to ensure a full as
sortment of the Justly celebrated Ballard
county wrappers, which have borno ofT
tho honors In all the fairs. There will
also be a large stock or Kentucky, Ten
nessee, Illinois and Missouri shipping
The location of Cairo Is Buch as to offer
every inducement to buyers, as tho city
is not only easily accessible from all
points, but the 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 sale, and return by tho even
Ing train, thus losing butu single day
from their business.
Regular sales from and after tho open
for lh 4H ltonra
Tot o'clotk, jp. sf.
0n. Anderion, Colum. Wm, Whit, Ptducafa.
Bll Mfmphln, Ht. Joul. Cambrlani), KTnvlllf
Jao. Lunitdsa, Nhrill.
Pm Drown, Lnuisrille.
nuj Hoinnn, no
fimij ituiif fill) ..v
Cilr of Cairu. M-mulilii
IiUr, .New Oil tuns,
Otn. Anderton, Colum. Win. WMU, Paducah.
Lltzla Will, iw Ortaana.
Armada, , dn
Jno. LunuJn, NahtIllo.
Ulla Mrmphla, Mvmphla.
Mry Houtton, do
City of Cairo, do
Pm Bromi do
The weather has teen nearly clear for
two days past, and remarkably cool,
with considerable wind from tho north
and nor tli. east;
By last reports the Mississippi was ou
u stand at titl Louis, and is no doubt
The Ohio owing, to late heavy' rains,
rose a little at Louisvillo on Saturday,
and 8 feet 3 Inches Is reported in the
chute over tho fulls. At points above
Louisville, the river Is fnlllng with 0J
feet at Pittsburg.
Hero the river is about on a stand and
wllfiio doubt bo declining by this eve
ning. The John Lumsden brought 30 tons
Iron from St. Louis, 05 lilids tobacco
for the Blue Line, and 106 hhds tobacco,
CO bbls meal, 20 tons sundries for the
The Bee added 147 hhds tobacco, 300
bbls flower and 3u tons sundries.
Tho Armada 12 pkg staves fur Ht.
Louis, 13 bbls whisky, 12 tons sundries
for south, and fur tho city, Cuudllf A Co.,
5 pkifs, Thos. Wilson 3 pkgs M. C. Sam
uel 1 pkg, A. Doll 10 bbls ale.
Tho Win, White, Captain Northern, la
the regular Cairo and Paducah packed
The Talisman, Capt. Billy Strong,
will bo out from Naahvlllo this evening,
to return to-raorrow.
The magnificent Itobt. E. Lee, Capt.
John Cannon, one of the finest aud
fastest steamers on our western waters,
will leave for New Orleans this evo
nlng. The Maty Swan sunk In the Alabama
river, 10 miles above Mobile, and is a
COM MIMION AND FORWARDING
FORWARDING AMD COMMISSION
CHIO "LH VJiK,
decJt'CUdtf ' ' '
In Elliott A Haythorna'i Boot unit Hhoo Slorv,
aurOuUlnj; don i riort nolica. nankl(f
I T M. PHILLIPS CO.,
Forwarding and CohiwIssIoh Merchan
OmXxza.. m. - . .. X111-nolai
IAberal Advances Made on Conlgnme.
j " 1 j ( H v i) ii
re prepared to raoelre, vlore or rorward freictita to
ill v.)intH i buy oraeHonqommlMlon. ButlneM at
tend to wilb promptnt., aalMawtf
TT01 JJ'T 'ho ooa on the second floor,
f YrMlllrAMIIIer-clathlnrttore,at reaonahle
ittm. Apply at Miller MlllerV. my-tf
TjHK NALtV-flerenty.nrd thomand jawed latlia
J: for sale. Apply to
J'Mly RITTENHOU8E ic IIAS'N X..
" " ' ' ' i ii j 1 1 1 .
"WAI,iT.I5,?rA,Tnd'r Couniy Ordan , at io otii.
kinds of I.umlxr and liulldera Material.
MnlMtf W. W. THORNTON.
TJWR SAMS. CHEAP-New CoUage and- three
JL? lot, cornor Locust and Sixteenth itreet.
tiutlWtf OKEEN UlLUERT.AttT.a
Ii. M. HULEtitf,
"v-i holoale Grrooor
HaYlri rcmoTH to No. 7i Ohio Leree, neit door to
City iional Hank, where with better facilities and
larKcralock. linnollciui the. continuance of patron
aRof die fojmer cuitomtri, as well as that of as
fluprrlor aocomraiMUtUM fr Rlarnro
and ih UkuOIIm l lalttela er
I'roduc- -b Cot-aalll-.
Cairo, III., Juno 1, 1SG9. mySldtf
Estatoof WIIIIbw Bottler, deceaned.
The nnder-lgneil ha-lnr been appoint! admlnla
trator "Mho entn e of William Il.ttler, late of the
county of Alexander, ami Bute of lllinoli, deceai d,
h-ly lvt n ntitlco thai he will appear beroro the
county ourt of Vexander county, at the court hou-e,
In O Iro, at the July term, on the II Monday la July
tvxt, at which time all perion- having claim agajn-t
aniilc(ile arp notified and requeated to attend for
the puriMwe of haring the samo adluated. All per
on lndelitol to alTcUt aro rcqueited to make
I m medial" payment to the underatcned.
Dated thin 34 day of June, A. D. 1809.
DANIEL HEHt, AdmlnUtrator.
QAIRO AND PADUCAE
Dully 3FJM3 X.at.
The 1'Kht draoght paneSer Bteamcr
It. T. NORTH ERNm.m....m .......JMamUt.
j. m. nEVEitLT. :.:;::raerk:
Will make reguler DAILT THIW between Cairo and
I'aducah, leYimt Cairo oery eTening (Buadaya ex.
cepted) atfWno'rlock. '
the White connecU at Padocah wit". the New Orlean
and Ohtu railroad, and the Cumberland and Trnneaief
For freight or pamge apnlr on hol. or to
. ft,, M-J.Bt;CKI.Er,Aitent,
'an&Vttt Cairo. Ill In. V.
QUIITKNUEN SULPHUR "
s x nisr cv.
.1 ' : j '
Ci'ittonclon. Count v, Kyi
ONLY EIU11TV MILES FROM CAIRO.
Thene well known iirlnK aro now In charge of
Mpr. It. A. Mites and W. Hughe, who hat ovir
hauled and renovateil thebilldinii and made aurh
ntlirr Improf rmcuta a will loaure tho comfort of the
Invalid ami the proper accommodation of tho peraon
In a niHIclual point of rlew the water, aro uniur
pad, crtivtlna run of deranged1 txiwrla. chronfo
u, uiu mnu mm .wniavu oi wie inoit acra?aled
and aiHrinniK chanrtcr.
nio pioprlctor, in tlieir circular, aay that they
i ...mi. m iiiuhc turni a picas
ant and aKrecnble reort durinir the mmmrr montln,
(.i thoir .tftkinK heaiih or recreation, and no pain
will txuparcdlo iiiukegucjt'cumrorluLlu. Tho
Cairo and EvtuiNVille I'MckeiN
X" a m m w o as t o xx
Ford's Forry Daily,
and HACKS will be running from theae point to the
theiprlag. Hoping the patronage hitherto beitow
rd, will bocoulinued to Uio prcaenl proprietor, they
treat they will be aWe to rl vt atUfa'tlon to the public.
,,,K.A. MILES W. HUGHES, froprletora.
AX SALE NOTICE.
To RiubethT. Uolbrook, Chaxle J. Lowery. John 8.
I' i"?.?' .t",u o tha etato oi Darin.
B. Holbrook, deceased, John Corcoran and all
other whom Uii may concern;
Tou. and each of yon, are hereW BotlS-d that at
the aale of city lot, at the door of the court houe.
uHt.iiivivwf.iiitiif vvuaij a, icxanoer ana
Plate of Illlnoiv, on tho loth day of December, a. p.
IH7, for the elty taieeofaald city of Cairo, due and
Sf T".'. "" ""jw "". w:aie ine puronaaer ot
Cairo, county of Alexander and SUte of Illlnol.
which aald lot wa aold in the name of D. B. Hoi'
lotMo. T, in Block numbered W, in the city o
At the name aale, on the day and place aforesaid,
and for the HmH fjtiea tirnr..IH rim.
the year It 67, C. Wiaaton became the purchuer a
tne following deacrlned lot, altuated In the eltr of
Cairo, county of Alexander and rltaJei of Illlnola
liu? h lfit Wfl. nulJ In thm n.mjt nt Ti ll tf lt... At..
Lot No. i, In Block . So. M, in tho city of Cairo,
who duly aaalgned aald certificate of nurchao to tho
At.fl K.t K. tit... .U.n AX.. i - .
of the above described city lot, and each of them o
purchaaed aa aforesaid on the lOUi day of December.
leei, win expire ott ina imn oay or December, IKW.
and t liviliaaia anA- JaaHi..l f f . '
a aee4 for the dojucmJoii of th aln
It W II iaj la f-a
Cairo, UlintliaMAj T.IMtf. 1 (mIW6vr
A v vl rln a et a avtutl l.--aittA-. a .
liifnirttld liw ln plstplr rttth nleeinl r at..7-
l,n!,f.?ouu'',.m lh.8 f'mt ot IlUnol. in faVor of bam
uel WiUon and aaulnit Hilrlrinrjhim ! v.. i.i...i
block nnntbedlaty.aM(lV ta tie ant addition
a cenwa wt waBatiacn neni ifasamfflac aii
""rrury-rrr 1 a -, 1 11 1 iuBarougn
,-uuii in iaK m i nam oamuei iviii
-- -i nm4 cHuimri i infirm uoL ncain til
the -aid, Ihiakingharo C. Nye. ImpleWKet? , a"
wpirn.ua, sqi oeiug me property or tne aaCaWCking-
limn u. nn, witn i win , one ai MiMtai alia at the
ham v. rare; wnlch 1 will , oRe at buJ
ie ontMMM.rM tliaaald.aa,a,S-lrn.
ronnty .and ,ftae aeweulo, tho iWksaw
npln,k a m. Anil
U.J l -H1i A,a.w. mffCH BIB BAUMV n n.
1 - u r f . . .Mt . . .V -WTfT
i iiuin. ,in. oau auawet oi oar. aataarii(n.
iiateu ai uairo till Bin day orMay, lo,
l.OUIH H. MYERS,
injf lawiw Bhriff of Aletaoder county, III.
SALE UN PER PEEO'OF TBUST
Whrear Murk Caatflle . an'Marjr, li'l? witV, did by'
dted. of .trniit, U-arlng dale otf the tth day 'of S(a y,
Utf?, and duly letioiediaUtarecorder'atiWee'ef AU'
rxander county, Illlnol, in book "U," pase JH. to -euro
the psyiii-ntpf a't!ot4lrt ,)itrnl,orV uida.
cuted , by ajd Mark Castcllo. biannir een date wiNii
said detd of trint, and therein d-cribod. pnyablo oa?
ytutr after date to Jaiuc Cannon, with wight (to
cent. er annum Intweal fro. clato, convey toOaPi.
UCJamea Cannon the real estate hereinafter Eb2
matured, and no iart of the prlnclal or intcret ha "
wk ben ild, bu defaulthixJuK bet a made therein,
at la o'clock Tn
'" ..? cff"f?ri July Mit. law
i. jew. i
Illlnol. bv buttle rvuiki. in I.ui,.., wi j'i
i '"'f vuiu-vuie uoor in tne oi
for cah.'Mll theYtaf ttataWc'rlbeTiS m.liT.f:iT7, i
i ',7 w" imuruiii auumon to wie cuv
of t.alro, Alexander county, llliuoi, to aatl.fy aald
noa. with Interest and cuU of truat.a la provided
lairo, lit,, June J, U6J-w4
r, ainem.gnny.ta-, I (1W ima I Commanded
uiao rutmn m
jHAS. T. HINDIS,
FORWARDING AND C0MMI8SI05
A. Or XI 1ST T.
CAIRO TIIAA'SFJEB COMPANY
Thronajh mil or Lading Rlren to ail
Available Point by Kail er "Water.
SSbTSPECIAL attention to KOIWAKDINO.
QAIKO AND NEW ORLEANS.
ATLANTIC AND MISSISSIPPI
COMPROMISE LINE STEAMERS
INT S3 XV
W. R. ARTIIUll.......
IiADY WAV M
...WHITE. Miuler. '
COMMON WKALTII ....
ORB AT UK1'1'I1I.IC.,
THOMPSON DEAN ....
Comprising all the flneat and largest boata out of St.
One of tho uUivo Into of iteainrra
Will leave Cairo for Ncir Orleans ererj
Connretlng at New Orlcan with Ocean Line of BUxm
I.lvcrlf New York, Boatoa, aaat Salve.
runenitera and Hhlprcra can rely on one of theto
boata Iratine Cairo piim-tually a above. Will pay
particular attention to all tvny freiiibt below Memphii
to New Orlean. CIIA9. T. I11NDE,
,, Ocneral Age rit, Cairo.
Office, on Wharfboat, Public Landing.
jyjEMPniS AND ST. LOUIS
The following Iloatu comprlio this Lino and villi
run in the following order:
Arrivo at Cairo, Arrlre at Cairo,
lloata. powm, vr.
ItELLB ST. LOUlf, Tut ixlay, 6 p.tn Saturday I a.m
CITT OPCAIItO, Thurday 5 p.m Monday. 1 n.to
HELLF. MEMPHIS, Baturlay, Sp.m Thur., 1 a.m
., fArriro aecoiio Arm i at Cairo,
iloat. noHx, ip.
CITr OK ALTON, Wednd'ytoji-ra r'ridny, 1 a.m
Archer, MaMcr J
ROIjlCoN Friday, B p.m fnnday, 1 a m
M.K.l-'OltbrTil, jKmid.y, & p.m Wwliufd'y la.m
Haney, Mauler i
JULIA. " " "
Connecting at St. LouiawWh
Sortncra Line Packet Company,
Keokuk Packet Uoiuiiaiiy,
Omaha Packet CokUiauy(
and Vnrloit Railroad Zilaea.
MeatialaU aud Walte River Packet C.,
Arkaaaaa River Packet Coaipaaty,
Moaapkla and Charleitoa K. atn
and Mlalal(inl A.TenieaaceK.a
Yasao River Packet, and
Vlckabur; aud Mcrldlata Hallroad,
Uivinf through bill lading and tlcketa to all mailable
point by rallor river.
tiiAo. t. iiini'K, uenerai Aent.
Dltlrn nn Wliirr.kn.l.
ED. P. 8IHSON, Ticket and Paenner Agrnt.
JaTASHVILLE AND CAIRO
Coniltting of tho follovrluf
plcndid pastonger iteamori:
HliO,. .Mater HAIU'KRm. .CIera'
STRONG -,...Mulr AVOODS......M,ati
....Matcr WEAVER. Clcrfc
BAVIHv... ..Mater DAVId... Ckuk
Making all Intcrmenlate landing, and olying apeei
aWeaUon to way biulne
UUAM. T. HINDE, General Aeeat
omce on Wharfboat.
KMPHIS, WUITK RIVER AND.
- UNITED STATES MAIL LINK.
JOM1K M. DAVIS, Hup't,Mmphl.,a.nneawe.
MRj PASSENGER 8TEAME1S ,
WAYFLOWER, COMMERCIAL aud ,
S-flK?DNfmPh.4 every TUESDAT, THURSDATano)
HATURUAY, at S p.m., for AVhlto River, eonnectlnira
' " iuciumua anu n wk nail-
road for Little Rock and Itot 6prlos. Tuna from
Memphl to Little Hock, 18 hour. t
freight and PaniionKcni rereiptvd over tliouboe
Line at lower rates than any other route. , .
CIIA8. T, HINDE, Agent, Cairo. 111.
Office on Wluvrf.boat.
"171 VANS VILLE AND CAIRO
. Con!ting ofJ tho fiJllowIng 11
.Splendid Passenger Steumerss
DUoOUCIIET Master KOWLEK
jeavej wiro sunuay and Thuraday ai, 6 p.m
DEXTER.M..,,MMter GKAMMER -.Clark
Leaver Cairo Tucaday and Friday at e p.m.
UHtM Cairo Wedne,ulav nnd HaluraV . it n 8
1 Making all Intermediate landings, and rayiaa par
tlculittentlo t Packet Freight. 1
CUA9. T. lUNXTlB, Oentral AgA