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FllIDAY, JUNK 11, 1800. ,
VUltMlMBU ltY JOHN JI.( OUEHLY & CO,
M. II. HAIlKKt.t., ABdOOtATK KDITOB.
IIUnnlH c'rnlnil It. K., Clmnjro or Time.
Tho trains now lcavons follows:
Mail train!. - ' 0l'fXU
Mail train rriveU . ;-...2 oVjlojk n.m.
Bsprcni " " -m 1
FKljlClltT Tit A INS:
Vlnv IrnVfs at l50 o'clock "
Wnv. arrlvr-s at ...... '''P .." 1'''"
PxpreM ...' "-0
Dally, Sundays excepted.
shot by Eaton
For photograpliH ami arabrotypos go
to Hell's gallery, corner of Eighth arid
Mlko Hurry, who was
vestordav is still living.
Ho has. from tho flrsC, been under tho
treatment or Dr. Dunning, whoWknowI
ediro of trim shot wounds, their probable
results, etc., Is of tho highest ordor. To
an nxnullent theoretical Unowledgo ho
has added thv cxpcrlenco ot a throe
veara' connection with the army, mid a
residence r a year or more in tho city of
It Is fortunate Indeed that the wountl
edmati ell Into such skilled hands.
Barry Is now In St. Mary's hospital, and
it Is believed that there Is a chanco for
his recovery If inflammation can he kept
down. To that end his attendants are
now directing the most unremitting
Com. Montgomery and family are
now iu tho city, stopping at tho 8t.
Charle s. He left tho s'ainf-r Dexter t
tho Mound City ways for repairs. The
trip from tit. Louis to Cairo was made In
In the production of photographs etc.,
Hell Mauds unsurpassed. Gallery corner
of Eighth aud Levee streets up stairs.
June 8 d Awl w
Uo4iit Trmpltni rltm.
The order of Good Templars will hold
their picnic next (Saturday. Beautiful
grounds have been selected near the ferry
lauding iu Kentucky, cleared of tllo un
dergrowth and otherwise prepared for
occasion. Seats and a platform Will be
provided, aud a first clap string band
will furnish muslo for those who wish to
' The turnout should and no doubt will
be large; tiecatiso, In the tlrst pluco the
programme Is Inviting, aud because, sec
oudly the alms of the order of Good Tern,
plans aro such as every citizen feels dls
posed to encourage. lit
- - -r
"Barret n a high reputation
A two u ir oilier city scrip Molon from
my residence on tho night of tho 8th lust,
was order So 0518, issued to mo March
1st, aud calliug for 510.00. All persons
aro hereby warned not to buy or trade
for the same as payment has been
topped: aud unless tho same is rccov-
crcd by me I shall iu duo time apply for
the Issuance of a duplicate.
June93t. H. Rkannkksy.
Have your lives and property. A.
Fraser is agent for the copper scroll light-
Ding rod company and will 11 11 all orders
promptly. Call at once and havo them
cut on your buildings. This Is the beat
and safest rod now made. Shop on Com.
merclul avenue, between Eleventh and
Twelfth street. apl24d3m
"Barrett's" can't be beat. '
The Prncaa Yeaterrtny OfHclnl Jfrsjlect
Whatever may be tho logiil consctiuori
ces of tho terrible affray yesterday, young
James Smith, of this place, must, )f lio
lias any feeling, regret His part in tllo
traged j-wmu8t"-feelMuat bels Morally
responsible for tfefeCfearfuUresUlts whloh
hayojlown from, J.;. Ho proyolyjdtho
light that load to what may yet result in
a double homicide. Hp stood for an ln-i
stant between tinvb nnudterrilty himself.
Tho plstolof Eaton was against his lrcKrt;
and, but for n dofectlvo cap, ho would
now be experiencing tho realities of an
other world; At one tlmcHmlth was the
pride of his friends, a model of propriety;
but evil communications have lead him
into bad habits, and If ho had been shot
down wo four mauy would havo said tho
retribution was just.
But wo Jntroduco this subject now to
speak not so much of Smith, as the con
duct of tho oil leers who arrested him,
Marshal Bambriok and Policeman Ar
nold. no had committed an offense that
brought slmmo and regret to tho heart of
every decent citizen of the place, and
when arrested should have been Impris
oned to await liU trial; hut, Instead, he
was taken by tho officers to a neighboring
boarding hou.o, and carefully put to bed
It may be that custom has led otirofllcurs
to bellevo that partiality of this kind will
still bo tolerated; but the proper authori
ty In the city should Inform them that
all law.breakerH are on an equality, and
that officers of tho offended law should
not tenderly handle one offender while
they deal harshly with another. Tliore
are In this city rowdies, men who provoke
fights, practice conlldeucn gnmes on un
suspecting visitors, and in other ways
disgraco Cairo, whose offenses aro winked
at who, wheu arrested, aro arrested with
a kind ofpology, and who, by somo
hook or crook, escape any condign pun
ishment oven when brought faco to face
with justice. This matter should be
remedied; and tho people should say to
any ofllcer of the city, (no matter what
his position) who neglects hereafter to
mete out tho penalties of the law without
fear or favor: "hencoforth you are no
offlcorlif nine J". If they do. then society
will have a sure protection against out
rages, officers will not offend with impu
nity, and law-breakers can 110 longer
hold high and undisturbed carnival iu
Wo wish no Injury to come to young
Htnith savo that which his conscience
may Intllct upon him, and that which his
offense against the law, wblch he holds
In Uttto respect, may demand; but we
do wish, and In the name of peace and
good order demand, that tho officers of
of the city shall hereafter know no friends
and no foes in the dUcharge of their
any of our readers who may feel suffi
ciently Interested ;fd call at tho City
ldfr.lt tfi.tr a.
Port Mat for iim '41 llottrw KimIImk l
Two o'cl-rk, I, tf.
. ; ) .: t t
.VKKIVAI.S. 1 fci
lent, TPniiOM'n Hirer. Hli.imroek, do
The Opening Tolmwo Sulex.
A romitleift Henorl.
-l U:-'Ult '' 'i,r
There were ovor 300 hhds of tobacco
IMt.Uttliv' V., ... ...
entered, a largo portion oi itoeing of tuo
most celebrated growth of Bnllard county
Tho price's obtained Were highly? Satis
factory to the owners, who left the clty
amply assured that Cairo Is undoubtedly
the tobacco market for all tho tributary
and contiguous country.
There wore: Sold between E and 0 o'clock
p, m. yesterday, 8?bhd8, at UiC following
rates per 100 lbs. Tho best or prlzo hbd
at$132.00-being$1.00 inproontho iiijnd
red than the prl?.o hhd ntLouisvillo com
manded. 2ud best atSOl.OO-belngSO.OO
per 100 more than was obtained for the
2nd prlzo hhd nt Louisville. .3rd best at
SC0.00; 4th best at S1S.00; 5th best at
S-17.00; 0th host at $.18.00, and others as
follows: 1 hhd-S2i,riO; l-.27.7'; 1
$26.00; 1 ?24 50; l-?24(0; 2-S2.TG0;
1-S22U0; 1-?21 60; 1 S21.00; 2518 76;
1 $17.00; J1-S15 00; 1-SH.0; 2 S13.25;
3-SJ.T00; 1-S1475; !)-$12.7r,; 1-$1260;
5-SI2 25; 0-S1200 ; 4-$ll 75; 3-$!160;
1-510.00; 2-S10.50; 1-SI0.25; 2-510.00;
1-SOOO; 1-S8.C0; 1-$S30; 1-S8.00; 3-
$7,86; 1-57.C5: 17.50; 1-S7 30.
SAM1S 8KCOND DAY.
The sales up to three o'clock this after
noon mi m mod up 104 hhds During the
fore part o. the day tho bidding was very
lively, aud during the entiro day the to
bacco offered commanded every cent It
was worth. The prices were almost uni
versally satisfactory to buyers, there be
ing only three rejections during tho en-
Quite a uumber of first class buyers are
present, and we learn that they couslder
tho tobacco so well sold that there Is
very little margin for profit, In the pres
ent condition of tho Eastern market.
The prices to-day ranged from $900 to
Details will be given to-morrow. Tho
attendance of planters Is fair.
IcruAniliTMin. Ooluinhn, Win. Wliltr, 11
Irm. TennoMMj lllrrr. Hlumrock.
11 ' 1. f 1. 1 ... v. . 1 1 .
. Aivor .o. v. ii(i
V. ni No ?. . ,flo -SJalvorXd.
(?in. A 11 1 1 croon, Colitinbin Win Wlnie, raiinrnli,
lit)- of Cairo, Memphis. Annuila, KthiuivUIc,
'limnrnok, Cincinnati. fJcln, fit. LouIh.
KmmaNd 3 dV lll-iimri'klilh
'1lM Aecohl, Men pit " ' -iVorNo, VMemfhlti,
j Ft 9 MAHMta,
CHAM. T. HINDU, ,
roitWAitnixo and commission
VWlUi TRAXSFFiU COMPANY
- ; 111
'ilivoiiRli mil or JjaillitK
Avnllnltln Point ttyllal
irlvrn to till
wevnoi.VTj A'n'IOTION TO FOJtWiUlDINO.
Tho Weather coutltuicji. warm and
clear, buta'plcnsarif bfcezd'irovonts tho
heat from being oppressive. ,
Tho Mississippi antt all rivers north of
Cairo co'iitlnuo fulling.-
Tho Ohio is falling from Pittsburg to
below Evansvlllo with six. fcec water in
tho channel to Pitts , ahd the same
In tho chuto over tho falls. A small rlso
is coming down between Evausvillo and
Tho Cumberland Is rising all tho way
from tho mouth to Burkfivllle. three
hundred miles abovo Nashvlllo. There T f 5 .V 31 H II I P (JOJIP A NTf
COML'ltOMJSR LINK STK.V3IURS,
1ST 33 OXtliJSAKrei
QA1KO AND NiW Oil LEANS.
ATLANTIC AND MISSISSIPPI
IfBiortd-A. K. Wlitt(afci'a Drmg Ntwf.
BIr. A. R. WbltUker hereby announces
to his friends and patrons that he has re
moved from his old stand to Ford's build.
ing, two doors abovo, where ho will bo
please J to see and wait upon his old
customers, assuring: them that his stock
of drugs are unsurpassed for quality and
and variety. myl7dtf
If you want a good stove, or tinware
hollow.ware, copper or sheet-iron ware,
tin roof, gutter, or anything In that Hue,
call on A. Frasor, Commercial avonuo,
beteen Eleventh and Twelfth street,
whero he has moved to, aud fitted up tho
lamest and most coraplcto shop In
Particular attention given to steam
boat and mill work, copper smithing
and sheet Iron work, such as chimneys,
breecher escaping steam-pipes, etc.
"Barrett's' Universal Hair Restorative.
Tho Sunflower HlUiard Haloon, on Ohio
Loveo, Is furnished with the latest styles
of tables, and tho bar. supplied with the
most excellent liquors. Freo lunch la
spread everyday at On. m. aud 10 p. m.
Ice for (ke ft'ourlb ward.
Hereafter a supply of ice will bo kept
for salo on the. corner of 1 0th aud Porilar,
at tho samo rate as furnished by other
dealers. 1 . May27tf.
Wonder of tho age "Barrett's"
llmiiilMa of fruit Train.
In. Cent. R. R. Co.,
Cairo, May 2S, 1800.
Until further notice a fruit train will
run daily, Saturdays excepted, leaving
Cairo at 11 o'clnok a. m., and will arrive
atphieagoat 7:co nextmorulng. fFrult
'shipped In car' loads, or nearly flo, will
reach St. Louis at 10:30 next morning
without nhango of car.. , Passengers' will
duty, and that on all occasions, they shall
no tneir titity, tueir wnoio duty., auu
notuing nut tueir ciuiy.
. Triumph fur Culm.
At tho close of tho tobacco salo last
evening Mr. W, N. Hakctt, of Ken
tucky, made known thofoTTbwing facts.
That ho sold a hogshead of his first cut
tings in tho Pdducah tobacco market at
$9 00 He sold a hogshead of his Second
cutting', much inferior to the. lirat. iu
the Cairo market yesterday at SI 1.2.1. It
cost him $10.00 to freight his tobacco to
Paducaln It cot him only $4 to freight
the same quantity to Cairo.
8ay these two hogsheads weighed
2,"00 rb? each, tho prlco in Paducah real
ized Mr. Puckett, 102.00 gross; tho price
in Cairn realjied $225 grow a difference
of $.13.00 in favoff.Cftlro in tho price of
one hogshead of tobacco, and a differ
ence of sir dollars in favor of Cairo iu
the freight upon the samel
This instanco will do to talk about.
At the election Iu Mound City, on Sat
urday, the Hob. If: R Casey waa elected
mayor for th? tenth tinse. Mound City
is now iu the fourteenth year of her age
and hat been majorat! tbe while by two
gentlmei, via: the writer of this interest
Ing paragraph, and tho preseut iucuni
Iib 11 1 .
Mr. Casey found an opponent, in the
radical peraea ef George Mertz, Esq., but
waxed" Mertz quite completely. Tho
vote stood: Casey 151 votes, Mertz 60
votes. G.f Meyers was oleoted treas
urer without' opposition, which' showi
that ho Is the very man to keep the city's
thalers. W. R Johnson waa oleoted
clerk by a largo majority, and our popu
lar aud energetic friend Schoyer, police
magistrate, by an overwhelmlnginajor
ity. John y. Carter was elected assessor
and collector ho person, cliooslug to
onter the course against hiW
Better men could not havoifeen chosen.
Nii'cnieu ofMlver frota Nevada.
Mr. A, B. Safford exhibited to us yes
terday a silver brick, a chunk of crude
bulliou and several pollcts of amalgam,
from tboTilttlo Giant Mines, Nevada, of
which Fox, MoBoth and Safford aro pro
prletors Jibe latter a uratlier or our fel
1 tw-citlzen A. B. 8., and Governor of
Arizona. The brick, though small, Is a
"hefty" llttlo, felloNV, welgbln 30 93
ounces of silver 090 fine, lacking only
4 1000 of absolute purity.
The amalgam is silver as Jt ia taken
from the pan, after It has been colledted
by quioksllvor. The crudo bullion, which
looks liko solidified wood ashes, shows
the silver afor U has beep subjected to
great heat and thVffufcksllver tdnetnd.
This bullion lacks only 10 1000th of pur
ity although, of an appearance that
would not; excite the atteutiou of the'
uninitiated, H,f,Httorod about tuo s,treeU
Ho also exhibited to us one of several
-little silver spikes which were manufact
ured from the silver tho. Arizona qplke
which was driven at tho cuillieoIoii of
the Union and Puolllo railroads.
not bp carried on this train. . , ' All of thpse were objects of curiosity to
V umL.V' -T . - 1 ...ij W.'i. I .. . it. ... Hi . 1.. 1J..I-.1
Aiavxw iamh jgiiAaqN. AKent. us, auu a BiKiiipi.iiiom wiiLiioiuoueiiieu
. h . P..lr ... .
X Horror Sjiollnl.
Day beforo yesterday, Mr. Drelslngcr
aud son, of Mound City, returned from a
trip to Missouri, where they hod been to
collect some mom y. About dark they
started for home, the old man riding a
mule and tho boy walking and driving
some cattle, which they had taken Iu
lien of money, from Missouri creditors.
When they reached Cacho bridge they
saw thren persons standing at the en
trance of the bridge, and not liking the
appearanco of tho trio, tho old gentle-
man suggested that the son mount bo-
bind him on ttie mule, and that they
would dash by Iu. a Lurry. Tho hoii
gained tho back of tl.e im.Ie, but 110
Hooner had done so than thu three
men approached. Oue of them aimed a
deadly blow with a bludgeon at the
head of the old man, which missing Its
aim, hit tho son and brought him to the
earth. The mule, greatly alarmed, broke
loose and dashed out into tho woods,
the old man still clinging to its
back. The noise of a scuffle reached the
old man's ears, then the cry of "father,
father," and then all became still. With
11 possible baste Mr. Drelslnger reached
Cairo, secured holp and returned to the
scene of tbe tragedy. The woods were
watched, the river waa dragged, but no
clue to the missing young man could be
gained The crashing conviction then
came that theyoung Drelslnger bad been
foully murdered, and his body sunk in
But the grief of the family and friends
was of short duration. Yesterday morn
lug young Drelslnger appeared at tho
stone depot in this city, unscratched,
and In as good hoalth as ever be enjoyed
In his life. But bow is tho tralcal
phaze of tbe affair to he explained
away? Simply thusly: Tbe three men
were at me uriugo; iney were on a
"lark;" the old gentleman and his son
were apprehensive of attack; one of the
"iarkists" made a dash at tho mule; bis
nuleshlp piled young Drelsenger on
terra Jinna, but dashed away with old
Dreblnger on his back. The cry of
"fathorl father!," was coupled with tho
words "come back, there Is no dangor;'J
but onward dashed tho frelghtened man
and mule, until Cairo was reached, whero
the very reasonable, yet erroneous, con
clutdon that tho boy had beon killed
wuH communicated to friends who will
ingiy tenuerou assistance. Anu so
another "terrible tragedy" rftm'lhappeu
much to tho Joy of all concerned.1
Is nearly six feet water on Ilarpotu I
Hero tho river has been stationary
slueo lust report, and will doubtless ho
rl-lng this evening.
Business Is rather dull.
The Armada brought a lot of sundries
and strawberries for Cairo; 2 hhds tobac
co for Ft. Louis, nnd 4 ditto, 100 bbls
meal, 20 tons sundries for rcshlpmont
The City of Cairo discharged about
ten tons Cairo freight aud received near
ly tho same amount for points bolow.
ThoDlsmarck discharged hero ubont
22 hhds sugar, CO cases wine.
The Tyrone brought 8 tons bar iron, 2
hhds tobacco, 14 bales cotton yarn, for
rcshlpmcnt to St. Louis; S3 hhds tobacco
for reshlpment east from Cairo, per Bluo
Line; 80 ditto, 10 bbls whisky and lot of
sundries for reshlpment south.
Tho Bon Accord towed tho Salvor up
tho Ohio, where she Is to bo used at va
il mspointe for hoisting logs from tbe
river her machinery being well adapted
for that nurnoee. Tho loirs are to bo
towed to St.Loui bv tho Bon Accord
Tho Wm. White, Captain Northern, is
tho regular packet for Paducah this even
The Mississippi, Captuln Green, leaves
here this evening for Now Orleans.
Tin- Quickstep, Captain Dexter, is tho
regular pucket for Evansvlllo this oven
ing. The Molllo Able, Captain Able, leaves
here this evening for St. Louis.
The Marblo City, Captain Carter, Is tho
regular pucket for Vlcksburg this
1 UK STJSAMKUS
lilt tit ll.,l.
.. KNTHIKKN, Miuttr
TlLIV tf ..
iv. n. Airmen
COMMONAVK Ar.TII ..
TMOMI'SO.V UIJAN I'KITEII, JIMIM-
MOL.L1K AIII.K .. AIlf.E, .Ma.mr.
CompricliiK H llo fiuett uid Urgut bout out of SI.
Ono of Hie above linotf trnmprn
Villi leave Cairo for New Orleans every
Forty-eight Hours, ,
Connecting ut Now Orlcanu with Ocean Line of Steam
Liverpool, New York, Boiton, and Omlrt
PnBjnKirii Mill Phlppprn en rely on nno or thcip
boats Icuvlnn Cnlro punctually boe. Will pj
particular nttrntlon to all wny frrlitlitnlHow Memphis
(0 Kaw Orlean. CH.V9. T. HINIJK,
Of nrral Aernt, Cairo.
Office, on Wharflwat, rublia Landing.
EMPniS AND ST. LOUIS
QAIRO AND PADUCAU
TkA light lruht Manj;rr9tmcr
Th fnllnwlni; lloatx t-omrrlto tlili Line and will
run In tho follow. ns order:
IIEMjK HT. LOUIS,
CITv I'h Ullliu,
Arrlvo at Cairo,
Tiiflfty, 6 p.m
Tliurftday S p.m
guturday, 5 p.m
ArrlTfl at Cairo,.
Arrltu at Calio
Monday. 1 n.m
Tlmn.. 1 n.tu
Willmakn rreulor DAILY THIPS rxtvreen Cairo and
Wlurah, Irarlug Cairo cry evening iMutiaays os-
pu-iu ainrvo i-iocK.
-rhk Wliitfl connect! at Paducah wils the New Orleans
and Ohio railroad, and the Cumberland and Tennessee
eat rroliDi or pviiige ppn on uoaru. or to
M.J. DCCKI.ET, AC
ThotographB, executed in tho highest
style of the art at Bell's gallery coruer
of Eighth and Loveo streets, at $3 per
aosen; ' 1 ' .it-oiw
Young Smith was takon before 'Squire
Shannessy to-day and lined threo dollars
for provoking a tight that resulted! 11 tl
1 ms of life? Wo hope this will be a lea
ho 1 to him. His olfeuso load to most
s-jrlotH results, but tljo outraged law, tbe
broken peace Is satisfied. Tbo offender
b is been lined throe dollars! '
CITY OK ALTON,
, Mauler I
H 1711 ICON,
Arrlro nt Cairo,
Friday, 0 ji.ni
Soiidny, S p.iu
I'rlday, 1 a.m
Sunday, 1 o.tn
, OHN O. KAUFFMANN,
INDEPENDENT STRING BAND.
Can accommodate the nubile with mutla for balU
partus a4 renoae. at abort notice, and on reason
Die icrmi. uaawfli Jfifm vu viri luitiuuinui.
Reldne on Mh tlreet, bet. Walnut and Cedar,
FOR KICJIT The oSlce on the second floor,
over MlUtr A Mlller't clwthing alore. at reaaoaaMo
US TIC WINDOW SHADE
Comer WaVtklagtea'Afe. uni 14th
1 am ereDored to fill orders far shades of any alio
or color oichsap as sny other factory. Eitra sirca
mwie 10 oruer. ( oio nave uprncu a new aau urru
OROCKKIHH, fROVlblO.NH, cTO.,
whirh 1 will sell aa low as 'nny other man." Choice
XXX farony flour 19 00 per barrel warranted.
mylldlm (Oppotltfl custom home) Cairo, Illinois.
Dealer In Groceries, Lime, Pinter rrl, Piaiten
Connoting at St. o hi
Korthera Line Pnrket Comiiaiiy,
Keokuk Pucket Comimii)-,
Oiuaha Packet Compmny,
and Various Itallrond Lines.
At Memphis with
Memjtfcl aa Vhlte lllyer Packet C.,
Arkansas River Packet Coiupaay,
Memphis ami Ctiarlctton Hi K.,
and 3IIlliiil V Tcnitessce It. II
Yao River Packet, and
Vlrktlinrg nnft Meridian Itallread,
Glvlnj throuith bdlx lading and tickets to all utalUble
polntu by rail ... r'vr.
1 ' I LA". T. 1I1MIK, General Ant.
ED. 1'. SISSON, Ti-.kot and Pasienj;er Agent.
aTASHVILLK AND OA1KO
ConilttliiK of tho followlrja
splondld paucngcr steamers:
61M8m.....m ..Mailer I IIAItPKU... ..atik
BTRONO Mutr WOODH ......aerV
HARMON Miuter I WEAVEIU -...'....Cleili
JOHN LU.HSDKN, I
MAVIS - Master DAVIS Cloak
Maklnsall Intermenlato tandinim. and tflrlntr tceeia
attention to way business. , . '
ilec21'C8J Ulllcs 011 Wiaiilt.
In bulk, always on hand.
Ohio Leree, Cairo Illinois.
Corner KIghth street 1 1 1
Cor. Eleveatli WaehlsiKtosi
Keopson hand the eolobrated Crana A llret-di nnd
TUvnionris metallic burial cases.
Also, blaok vol vet, walnut or stained Collins niado to
onler, at ry lo Kle. ...
Mr, Keith performs tils own work, being practical
rottln maker, and Is therefore nblo to sell cheaper than
iui)b Uy else.
Tilt) Ullltst Nitrbt.
fho traglo occurrence bfyesterday hnd
the elft'Ot of spreading a feeling through
out thq city that operated unfavorably
up'm the ball given last night. Tbo ut-
jiendauco of ladles Ml short of expecta
tfoiis! bill. flli'l-7 Wiin (MlnliT'll rronn'
' - - n v . 1
nunuviT, u lurill wvurai ueth.
enjoyed themselves well as iiexrt could
pURE ORY8TAL LAKE ICE.
GEO. T. CITNIIING,
Ohio Levee. Cairo. Illinois. Is Drennrctl to furnish
clliiens or etcombo t with tlie abovo pura articlu of
Ice ai ino lowon maruei prico. uiuzons win oa ro
uulorly suiplld by honest, ticcommodating sulesnien.
Orders froin abroad solicited. mylBdSni
Q W. GREEN,
(Successor to Klll, Oreett ft Co.,)
, , , -AND-,
General CtemwUsIoH Merekaat,
EMPHIS, WHITE 1UVEK AND
UMTKllhTATLSMAI'.LIE. . I
JOHN D.' DAVIS, Hmi't, Mi-inplil., Tciiucee.
-J27. '1 ho splendid aide-wlicol
. PASKENUKK STEAMEBS
MAVKIiOWKK, COM9IEHCIAL and
I.tUHil'I'Y NO. A,
.... l.i 'l',1LiJfl. V H'lt If ll.x . .
SATURDAY, at & p.m., for White Itlver. c nnectlngst
P.uvall'a blurt with thu Memphis ami Lfltlv Itjxk luil-
roaij ror wine hook ann not epruiUH. iime trcm
Memphis to Little Hm K, tv liotirc.
i-Teienis ami rassenKrrs receipicu over ine aiMta
ino at lower rates tliuu iuiy ntlier rnutu. .
C1IAB. T. 1IINDK. Agent, Cairo. 111.
Ollice- ou Wharf-boat.
VANSVILLE AND OAIltO ,i-
Conslstini; of tho followintr
Splemiid rusiteiiger Steuiuers:
Matcr I KOWLEII mI. ..Clerk
Leaves Cairo Sunday and Thursday nt ft p. in.
DEXTElt M. Master UHAMME!U,...4-
Leaves Cairo Tiii'.'luy ami Friday at & p.it.
WM. A. LOWTU...M1U.U1 I WltlUllT...............
Leaves Cairo We.lno.ifliiy and traturday a
Maklnitoll iniitiiKitliate Ltn.lni:, and pdvinc par
tICttIiUentiui 1 !( fr..ii,f. ,
CH18. T. HINDIC. Of nfrd.f nt,
X ri it StJ Oflli-eun wbsrl-boat.