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PUBMSHICD IIY JOni H. OHIRTVT
M. B. UAIIRILL, SOCIJlTI tTO
UllMta ntil R. CUmht Tim.
The trains now leare m follows:
Mall tralnlevat .. ......... Qo'cloek a.tn.
Exp rew " " M " pan.
Mail (ruin etrlY M,
Way, leaven l...i.M...,...MMM. soo'ctockft-m.
way, arrives t..
Dally, Sundays excepted.
The Cairo FjeBteraTehaccejWarehouse
Company have secured the invaluable
service of Mr. William B. McClnre, late
of Clarksvllle. Teaaeeaee. Mr. McClure
Uau old operator, la tobacco, having dc
voted twenty-three years of his life to
that business. To him belongs the hoa
or of establishing tho market In Clarks-
vlllo, Tennesseenow the main prop of
Air. Aicciuro is widely known among
tbo planter of Tenncsseo and Kentucky
and Is deservedly popular wherever
known. Ia tliu neighboring sections of
theso HUtcs, and clsowhere as occaaien
demands, ho will operate In the inter
est of the Cairo Planters' Tobacco
Warehouse Company. Ho Is a gentle
man upon wh6t Judgmeat and repre
Mnutlonshls acaualntaneee. Inanllcltly
rely; and that he will do a good work for
our tobacco market we are, sufficiently
urotners Barrett's agenni
June R dAwlw
Tub American OddFeuxw for June
contains the continuation of Col. Del
mart great story, "The Ocean Twins:'?
Grand Secretary Ttldgcly'a Oration on
American Odd Fellowship: An Odd Fel
iuw nuronu; ureai men ana. weir ujs
covcries; San Francisco foWhlto Pine;
Odd Fancies; Ladles! department; Pjct
ry; Choice Miuceilany; ForelRii nhd
Home CorrespohdeneeV Aceouiifi of tlio
Mt-mornblo Jubilee of tho Order evcry
where, Ac., Ac. Pubilsljed by John W.
Orr, No. tW Nassau j-treeV, Now York.
-$2 per year.
We utitJurstand thntover five hundred
bushels of strawbernea rotted on the
vines in one Held at Villa Rldgo during1
the past week prices In tho Chicago
market ruling too low td cover the cost
of freight and picking. f
If thl, or any other Villa Itldgo strawi
berry raiser, will furnish fcomo centrally
sltuMtud Culro Iiommp, uiid If UmthouHo
will mnkotliu fact known that he can fur
nitfli fresh berries to order every day, nt
leant fifty crates could be told here dally
at ir cents per quart anyhow.
On Saturday very lndlfleront berries
wcro Helling at 15(2. cents per qimrt,
and wero very scarce at that.
KMJIT JAIWatPawon, DavlaACo'e.
Wonder of the uge 'Barrett's'
Have your lives and property. A.
Fraiier Is agent for the copper scroll light
ning rod company and will All all orders
promptly. Call at once and have them
put on your buildings. This it the best
and safest rod aow made. SbepeaOsrav
merclal avenue, between Eleventh and
Twelfth, street. apl21d5m
iMMvrs-A. SI. Wklttkra Drag .
Mr. A. R. Wblttaker hereby announces
to his friends and patrons that be has re-'
moved from his old stand to Ford's build
ing, two doors abovo, where ho will be
pleased to see and wait upon bis' old
customers, assuring them that his stock
of drugs are unsurpassed for quality aad
aad variety. myl7dtf
If you want a good stovo, or tinware
hollow.ware, copper or sheet-Iron ware,
tin roof, gutter, or anything la that Hue,
call on A. Fraser, Commercial avenue,
be teen Eleveuth and Twelfth street,
where he hen moved to, and fitted up the
largest and most complcto shop in
Particular atteution given to Hteam
boat and mill work, copper smlthlag
and sheet iron work, suoh as chimneys,
breecber escaping stampipes, ete." -
apr24da i ,t
The Sunflo wer Billiard Saloon, on Ohio
Levee, Is furnished with the latest styles
of tables, and the bar supplied with the
mofltexce!lent liquors'. Freo luhcti Is
iprend everyday at.a. Mi and 10 p. m.
lee fur the WomHU want.
Hereafter a supply of ice will be kept
for sale on the corner oflOfh and Poplar,1)
at the same rate as furnished by other.
dealers. (May 127 tf.
Ono thousand dollnra in city scrlpa't
ea cents. L'au annis pnice. ji h
In. Cent. R. R. Co.,
Until furtherkriotloo-'Hilrulf train will
run dally, Saturdays excepted, leaving
Cairo at 11 o'clock a. in., und will arrlvo
tit Chicago at 7:50 nextmorijlng. Frujt
shipped in ear' 'loads, 'or'nearty'lro.-will
reaoh St. Louis at 10:30 next morning
without PMugOtcnrH.ppuger will
VBAr tt (111 rrlnil nit ttita 4inls
BBBka i f ii Buaaabv. fell ikj r.iuii.B. .
"Barrett's" has u high reputation.
"Barrett's" caa't be beat.
In the roduetloa of photocraphs olo'.
MH MHI UftStHfMMM. UMMM7
There in quite a faltering among the
meat ahoA keeeess aad ew Bern of veceta
ble staadn, joeAseed by th e aetlon of the!
idunelltKitFHday eTedlrit.' -'.
The board of aldermen tabled the or
dlnanoe prehlUiifeffs fKM. running
at large in the. street, Pf a unanimous
vote, last Bight, aa without dlsouesloB.
It was thought, very probably, that bogs
perform acceptable scavenger duty
OptEades, of submarine bell boat no
toriety known persoaalltb quite all of
our old cltlzeas, has been asade a member
of the Eajrlneers' Association of Great
BrltalB, aa honor conferred before upon
only one American citizen. The cempll'
ment is well deserved.
1 - 1 T
The IlllnoU.Central Eairoad company
will extend free pMM to Chicago tobac
co buyers who may desire to attend the
tobacco sales in this city on next Thurs
This Is right, and ishows that the 1111
nols Central Is fully equal to the neces
sities of the times. With such generous
Assistance as this, what can hinder our
tobacco market from being a success.
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A Kerlana AuMiil AtlwS.
While ofDcerCumminKS was taking a
drivo with his family along the bank of
the river above town, ''Bdndejr, "the
vehicle came In coatact wUK a legtear
Mr. C hie jwlJejaad two childrea
rather violeatly to the groaad. Mrs. C
was somewhat braised, but Mr. C, and
the childrea escaped ttrilahii-ed. The
sequences might have, beea serloaa la
One of the hogsheads, 'af tehaceo i
eelved here Saturday, for the sale TbHrs
day. was marked'"PIantcrs' Tobacco
WarehCafr,Jaad frZil molcdmT
Ing." "The 'iadleatloBS lead 'us ts be
ieve that "plenty more it com Ing"
sure cndughV ThV planlefsfor a distance
of' fifty miles back'lri'Mfwourl and Keh
tucky and twice that distanc along the-
lino of tho Mobllo and Ohio' railroad:
manifest a deop interest Jn the upbuild
of a market Jhere,yijd proinhwto ,oxtend
all. tho assisjatico tney can to forward
thai brfd1. As e Iwforjo aUited'Hfere'wjlV
beatleast2O0and.posidbty.100 hhds on
sale'. A 'Very considerable Share has
nTfcady nrrlVed: 'T - -
Col. Abram 3t M rdsck.
Mr. Abram Murdock has been re-ele3t-
cd to tho presidency of tho Mobllo a?
Ohio railroad compauy a 'position hu,
has tilled durlntra number of voaru In a
manner that distinguishes htm among
tho first rallaoad men of the period. A
man of unquestioned business and
financial capacity, ho blends In himself
those excellent traits of character tlia
render him universally popular. His
management of tho Mobile fc Ohio rail
road has been liberal, yet eminently suc
cessful; and the 'thousands who know
tho man will rejoice with us that ho has
been called for another term to the po
sition ho has shown himself so eminent
ly fitted te fill. In the language of the
immortal Swipes, "Murdock. is a little
man, but oh, gosh I" v
left, aasttfc eMYta! ef Sla Uartw
Most of our readers are already famil
iar with the details of the klHlag of
youag Dwyer at tee hands of niec
Hmltb, a Mouad City saloon keeper.
Smith's trial was terminated in the Pu
laski Circuit Court, lest Saturday, the
Jury flBdiag the accused gallty of maa
slaughter, aad axing hie term of imprls-
oameat is the pealtcBMety at Ave years.
Se, the Arst seateaeefor murder pre
nounoed by Judge Baker was agaiaAt
Nick Smith.. The prisoner, or rather
convict, is now In the Jail of Uib county,
awaltl ag reaseval to Jeliet:
Mmlth may congratulate himself on his
fortunate escape. Had we been on that
jury, with our present Impressions ef the
killing confirmed by testimony, we
would have 4,hung" until the crack ot
doom for a verdict of murder, for such
we nonestiy neueve was me Bature or
his crime. The jurors who decided the
case, quite as honestly believe, no doubt,
that It vra9 manslaughter.
The Cairo1 Planters' Tobacco Ware
house Company will bold lis opening
sale, Thursday, June 10th, 1669, ivben
there will be a large quantify- of choice
muitufaewriRgand shlpflBg leaf placed
llie premiums offered for the1 best
liogsheadsaresuch as to'nauro a f'ull as
sortmen rof the Justly celebrated "Ballard
county wrappers, which have 'bora e off
the honors In all the fairs. There will
also be a large stock ef Kentucky, Ten
'Illinois and Missouri shipping
leaf, ',. PS -
The' location of Cairo is such as tooflfcr
uverv Inducement to buyers, as the city
la not only .easily aecmlblo frpui sdl
points, builbeVacliltloH for 'shipping? J.
any direction, either. byrall or river, are
Purchasers from fit". Louis, Loulsy'llfe or
Chfcago4 d4rrl,v.0 wmrtlug,
attend lha sale, and return by the event
from their hb)ese.u v , (y
Regular sales from aud after the open
style of the MtW TrlelPsgairery' c8rner
ef Eighth and Levee streets, at $3 per
In the production of strawberries, that
portion of Egypt lying between Villa
RILje,and. DuQuoln, beats, the world I
There is no doubt about it. Look at
these figures, and then question tho as
sertion If yeu fearJ.
The frsrt train eemmeneed runaisg
between Cairo and Chieago on the 25th
ult.J'arid aVthe close of the ensuing week
had landed in Chicago 456,452 pounds of
Egyptian strawberries. Here are the
1 'CtUi' 1 PdiinJ
is ft 1
Jan 1 ,
This Is equal to 226 tons. or, 0,230 bush
sis. Besides this, Cobden sent one car
load a day direst to New York iu refrige
rator cars. IS'
Let us sow taker 1. pecuniary squint at
this business. The cost of one Quart of
berries In Chicago Is
For crate and box ......i u 2 cent
" piclcins, packing and shipping.,.,..,. 3
11 freight and curing - 2
'Total cost nor quart. 81 cents.
During the first week of the season tho
average prlco obtained wan 20 cents per
quart. Wo have,, then, a clear profit of
111 cents per quart to tho producer.
Now in 456,452 pounds t hero are about
292l'2001quarts. 'Theso cos', the producer
tho sum f e4,7p.7,a, Tho gross amount
realized by him from sales Is $58,440,00.
Deduct the cost from this sum and we
one will' confess (I a very handsome
week's work la the article of strawber
By this time fully one hundred tbous
and dollars wank of strawberries have
been forwarded frora Egypt to the Chi
cago market! Our friends abroad will
make a note ef this.
mm ftVinaa llaaj Aramatf !
At a polBt Meatr the read leading to
Greenleafs ferry landlBg on the outside
of the Mississippi levee, the troops while
here, buired the bodies of such negroes
as died of the saw!) pox., As many as a
half hundred bodies were buired there
As the parties upon whom tho duty of
sepulture was' charged Wero' not held to
faithful performance thereof, many of
the coffins were scarcely put under' the
ground. , The mult Is', llie receub heavy
rains have brought them to view again
And, as there are curious people In the
world, some of theno curious people have
bunted in tho lids of tho coffins, and left
the bleaching skeletons exposed to the
storm aud suullght. Some of the skcle
tons arc perfect, some of them caddly
mixed up, hut all of them present n'grlu
nlng ghastly appearance.
Directions have been Klven to tho cul
aboosc gang to repair to the Mot and
pin co the romulus In new .und deepe
P.S. Since writing tho abovo wo un
derstand that tho coffins wero opened by
a couple ofucgro boys, last Suuduy. The
same chaps carried off a skull, each, and
aud an armfull of tho larger bones. The j
graceless young grave robbers will be
delighted to learn, no doubt, that the
persons whose bones they so freely hand
fed, died or small pox 1 We charge
nothing for the information.
r or puoiograpns ana amDrotypee go
to Bell's gallery, corner ofElghthJand
Levee streets. Je51w
"Barrett's' Universal HalrRestoraUve.
Oei UUm Slapkt
It Is aot uaknowa to meet of our local
readers that Col. Hloo has for a long
time been ssffsrlBg frees a eataract that
finally involved both ef ale eyee. Durisg
the past year his left eye has been en
tirely sightless, aad fceHag the pregrem
of the other ergaa te Hie same end was
sure, although aot rapid, he determined
to risk a surgical operation. This ope
ration was performed by Dr. Nelhouse of
St Louis, yesterday one week. Tne left
eya waa entirely destroyed by the opera
tion; but the cataract was successfully
removed from the right oye, so that the
sight is again quite perfect. The sacri
fice ef the left eye Is more thaa compen
sated by tho restoration of the right one.
Recourse to the knife was the last resort,
and the Colonel doubtless approached
it with grave misgivings as to the result
We congratulate him on tho fortunate
Issue; andBlncerely hope the relief is
Pitcher Henry reoelve consign
ments of strawberries from Villa Rldgo
overy evening. .Although not the largest,
they are the richest flavored berries we
have used this soasoa.
Maw , raatiloBBhle rimI Haoanble.
If the ladles pf Cairo .esiro new goods,
freshly opened, and dfve'ct from tho best
Kastern warketa they should go to Hoil-bron-aVWell's;
No. 144 Commercial Avc
nue "New styles' of dress goods, new
trimmings, 'fresh and unbundled are
there In abuptlaco. Call .early and
secure a pick while o very thtnyifis freah,
This is tho latest arrival "of spring and
summer goods.ln Jhe city,ar.d as Messrs.
H. & W. are certain that it embraces
much that has ncyer,bqrororbeon seen in
tno uairo marKet, uiey coruiauy invito
every body, tocal on them JJpquestlon
aliie fiaifgalns will, bo given. Tri 'fact
patrons will not only secure goods that
they havo seen 'for the' first tlmo, fresh
6eana,blftui,d Ip stylo, but 'at the" very
-lowest-prloes-rullng- iu tlioolty, Again
we say, call soon and Jqpk u.tljo new
gooda. " lt.i
Tobaeeo ha's been coming-in lively to
day. Several ' arrivals 1,wero noied yes
terday, and wo hear of more to come.
That's tho they way to do it.
i. H. ili. ' i ii
M. 5f. Hnlea'a Ureter? !, Ware
The removal of Mr. H. M. Hulen from
Commercial avenue to the large three
tory brick butldlnk adlolnine the City
National Bank has already beea noticed
n these columns; but the character of
hie stoek aad his facilities fer ther trans
action of a wholesale grocery, ooiiamtsr
sIob aad produce business have Bet been
noticed as they deserve.
The store-room, which is oa a Use
with the top of the levee, aad only a fow
feet from the railroad track, is 6ne hund
red fset in depth, and Is bow well filled
with all kinds of groceries, provWoss,
etc., necessary for either a Wholesale1 of
retail trade. Receiving consignments
by rail, he can readily transfer' them to
ware-rooms above or below by means of
a hoisting apparatus, or convey them to
teams in the rear, which oan appreaok to
the buck door along a good wagon way
on the railroad strip. He has storage
capacity, and the very best too, for hund
reds of tons of anything in the line of
flour, produce, dried fruits, etc,, that may
bo sent to him on cessmission. For his
country patrons who may bring
in their teams, he baB excellent
conveniences, such .as ample sta
ble room, horse racks, etc., all of
which may be freely used
without money and without price.
Tills is a feature that our country people
will be sure not to overlook.
The centra location ef the building, its
proximity to the steamboat landing and
railroad depots, render It unquestlnB-
bly one of the best business stands, if Bet
the very best, la the city. Country cor
respondents, therefore, wh have aay
goods they desire sold on commission,
could patronise no house is the'elty, that
wouia serve themasere promptly aad
satisfactorily. Mr. Mules is one ef out
most active, wide-awake' business men,
well kaowa la hoik tawa aad euatry,
and enjoys a repulaUee la eommsfeUl
eircles second to that ef. Aq otoer perabn
Inthoelty. ; - - .
While In heavy aroeeries heiWlll be
able to serve bkV paro, oaterms as ail-
vantaKeous as aay other house In the city
eau afford, be will eurpaaa lu theliseof
light groceries, shelf goods, dried fruits,
provisions, produce, etc. r BelBg bow
fully Installed In his now quarters,' aad
prepared to tervo wants in bis lino In tbo
most acceptable mauper, ho hopes to
greet his old custd'mera frequently and a
large ndditlon of new ones, )ltemeraoer
the place, 72 Ohio Levee, next door to
tho City National Hank. It
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Hull nt ili Hi. ttmrlaa Itinradny Xta!
A4kiII in honor of tho opening, of the
Cairo Tobacco market, or rather for the
entertainment of tho strangers 'drawn to
tho clay thereby, who may remain over
for tho second day's sales, will bo give
in tbo tit. Charles Hotel, on Thursday
evening tho lOih Inmt. .
Gentlemen have uitsumcd tho manage
ment of the affair, who know exactly
how to carry such occasions through to a
successful conclusion. Turn-out and
greet our guests with a kind greeting.
The store of Mr. Newman, on Cdm
mcrclal avenue, between 10th und 20th
streets, was entered on Sunday night,
and goods to the value of $250 or $300
The Yankee school msrais in Lake
City, Florida, take frequent carriage
drives with the colored ladies and gea
tlessea of that plaee.
Words that hum A dictionary In the
Cien. Anderaan, Columaun, Wm. White, l'aiucaii,
rtil No.U, Ht. Loula Oleadala. Ola.
Charlie Bown,B Loulk Alaaka, Cln.
Florenca. St. Louie, KobtK Lae, Loul.tllle,
Talitmao, Naahvilla, Matamora, PlUabun,
Ooldon, MenphU; Commonwealth, N.O.
(Sen. Andertoa, Colambua Wra Uliite, Fadueau,
(lleudala, St. Iouli, Petrel No, 9, Fitteburir,
Commonwealth, HtLouU Charlie Bowen, Pittatg
Klorence.Tennatir. KobtK Lee, N O.
Melamora, Rio Orande. Alarka, N. O.
The weather .coaUnueselear, aad pleas.
ant, but Is gradually becoming warmer.
The Mississippi is still receding at St.
Louis, and above, and the Missouri is
Is falling as far as heard from.
Tho Ohio Is rising at Pittsburg with
full seven feet In the chaaael. 4
Hero tho river has fallen four Inches,
hut will probably, come, to a stand to
night, as uieuBtpiMCriugtatt.ajan-
vine. ixmi m u
The editor e fMl eUttfriW
paper pawisktajnsarceas in.
and Heagejpon packet MeJWjStar,
Capt, CHaore, a short time ffm, lo go
i k. ia J A. a l . w .-t
was so Irritated I'wtieh asltedto pay bis
possago that he Tost all enjoyment of the
trip, aud wont hosae and published a
most uncalled for tirade against the
Star and her officers, inoludlug the
chambermaid, It also happened that
the river editor of this paper (the Bul-
when that gentleman was commander
ofhe Tarasc.on, nnd lelug u Htranifcr
neither expected or received i "dtad
hea'd.1' paas, anJiWahHyqJnpeYeled
on tho Morning Star, with our family
aud cau testify that, the officers are as
courteous aud Httsutlve as any. we kae.Bi,
nnd the chambermaid spoken of Is as
nilndfalof the wants arjd''coaiwtfof
ladyaWengers irressed hi calico ;W'of
those dressed in silk. Such attention is
soraroiu these days that itgivesusplsas
urs to make a note of it.
nuentlyknewnto the-wbeleaworldT and
riHAS. T. HINDK,
CAtmO TRANSFER COMPANW
ThrangB Bills mt liadlag Rlvea to r.D
AvaiiitBie a-oinia Djrnaii or wir.
JS-SPKCIAIi A'fl'ENTION TO KOHWAKDINO.
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QAIRO AND NEW OULUAN8. r
ATLANTIC AND JUSSI881PPI .
X)MPKOMISE LINE STEAMEBg
3XT 3D W O H. Xji 3B Jk. 3W.J
W.BU ARTHUR JONES, Muttr,
LADY QAY... -..llUUK, Ma.(er...
RUTH- m.l'EURAM. Maator,
PAtlXflNE OAIIROM. WHITR. Multr,
ISM ARC K . ENT1UKKN. HaaUr
LIZZIK GIUV .. ,..0'NEII., Mauler,
COMMONIVBAI.TIt ......CONLV, Multr,
OlilVB BRANCll....n..MM.JONKH, Maatr.
COBTIBENTAIi OnKENOUOIl Mafr
SRBAT HRPUBLIO DONALDSON Matter
MISSISSIPPI OltEl-N Hulir,
THOMPSON OBAN ..I'EPI'EK. Matter
MOIitIR ABLE ..A1)I.E, Marter.
Comprising till dm Dnwt nt1 largett boats obicf (4.
Onaoftbeabom Hue of itouner
Will leatc Cairo for Hew Oriesjw every
Contitctlng at New Orleans with Ocean Lin of Stair
era to '
Zilvarreel, Haw Tavk. aSMi,'aWI Stalve
wa, vaaataai - r
Paaaaageni ami Shlppera eaa raljr e oaa of thee
ata learlnK Cairo Dunrtually aa ahore. Will iu
C articular attention to ail war rreicnumiow manpnf
New Orleani. C1IA.4. T. nlNDC,
uenerti Asent, uuro.
OOHee, on Wlnrfliont, VixbM Landing.
Eiirnis AND ST. LOUIS .
t . . .1 . l
Tlio TullnwInR lloata uomprite thl Lino and
run In thsfnllowlDK order t ',
iArtlro at Cairo,
nr.LLR HT. I.OUI3, Tiiemlny, 6 rtm
. ..t ... ........
iiuivi, Jiujin'r.i ... I
CrrX-OKTiunO, TlmriKUy 5 p m
Saturday, 5 p.m Tbur., lu,m
Arrive nt Cairo,
UVilml', S p.m
Viiilny, 1 u.m
llUkr, UU rl I
Krlilay, fi ji.iii
Sinidny, 1' in
.M. K. VOItarTH, NinJny, i p.m
Hancy, M.ntir: '
JULIA, t " "
ConnecilneatEI. o wi
Northern Line Packet Company,
Keokuk Packet Company,
Omaha Packet Company,
and Va-loua Hailrua4t atlaia.
MtMpkta and White Hirer Paokat Oe.,
Arkmnaaa Illvvr I'ackct Caaapany,
Memphla and Charleitan R, R,,
Yaatx Rhir Packata, and
Vlcfcabnrg and MartdUua Rallrakd,
nlrlrut through bllU lading and tlolceta toallaTallilk
polata by rail or river.
' CHA. T. JIINDF, General AaaU
, , OSlco on Wharf-bcU
KD, V.6I&SON, Tlekeliuid raaxvncer AenU
JJA8HVILLK AND CAIRO
Com i tine of the followiritr
splendid passenger iteanior.:, . .
..Matter HARPER -.CWfk
-Muter WOQDa ...-...-..Cjrl
.Mmtcr WEAVER.....'. .....aerS
. ' JOHN LUMSBRW,
BAVI3...m Mailer r.VVlS.- Coii
MaklDR all Intermenlato landings, and giving tpcti
atteationtoMay biiini-a, . i
CHAM. T. 1I1NUE. General ARent.
deoirCM Otnco on WharfboaU V.
EMPHIS, WHITK KIVBR
T WMMa -eivdaar
ULl Xlttt. SUVA
UMtlOlSTATEH MAIL LINE. A
JOH. B. DAVIS, BvtpH, Memphla, Tennessee,
Jmi.. Tho'Bplondld side-wheel
Z'mRr. PASSENOEK BlEAMEfiy-:
XAYP&OWISH. COMMKROIAli and
Wo Memphis every TUKHOAT. niUrt9DAY aud
SATURDAY, rat6p.ia., for White Ulver. connecting at
DilToli'a Hlutt with tho Morimhli and Utile Hook Hall
road for Mttle Rock and Hot Hprincx. Tm rrow
MemphH to tlttlo Unci:, IS hour. .
Freiyhtt and Passenger rccolplcd over (haalme
Lino "lower rnti-y thin iinv rther,roiito. . ... m
-' CHA8. T. HlfJDK. Agent, Cairo, m.
Ortlco 09 Wlisrr-boar
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Conalitlng of tho following
Splendid Passcuger Steasierst
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Cairo fJunday nnd Thursday at S p.m.
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.Leave Cairo Tuesday and Friday at & p-m, n
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leaves Cairo Wednesday and Bahttday at 0 p.m.
Making all intermediate landings, and paying fir
tlcalaiattenUon t.i Pucket Krlhi.
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OSI00 on Wharf-acti.