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vanufur.i) nr jok.v it. oiiekly a co.
M. II. ItAKKKM., ASSOCIATE lUHTOH.
JTJ I URH DAY, DHCKMUKlt 0, lew.
iuv hwbk ui jsoitumiuii ;iiinii3 mm
fancy good at J'. D. & Co's. tf
Firat-uIiiMHtlay board at Walker & SIs-
oii'h restaurant, at 55 pur week. 1
New slylo double-breasted sack coals
just received at 1 Noll's, No. 70 Ohio
A well selected clock of Juvenile- anil
Toy Books at Roelrwel I t Co's. J I
P. JUeliy iiu.s a largo stock of'haL-,
which will be t-old nt New Vnrk whole
Mile price, , ,.4, . if.
'llie complimentary benefit will bo
given to .Mr. J. JI. Burnett, on Saturday
'ax tapers for Chrlstnifs tree; n lino
ii.':.oi tinciit of candle.", nuts, llgf, dates,
ralHins, tVp., Ju.it received , and for sulo
cheaper lhati any other place In the
iilty J. If, I'hillipH opposite the custom
Honk .Slncli lor Half.
Fifteen shares of one hundred dollars
each of the capital slock of The First Na
tlonnl ilauk of Cairo, will be Hold for forty
live cmls oh the dollar, in currency. In
q.iiri' of Mrs. 0. Hamilton, corner ll'th
an. I Poplar street? Dce-lf.
Wu understand that the agent of the
Home Mfo Insurance company lx In the
city to nettle the Insurance due on the
life of .Mr. John Hamilton. As .Mr. H's
death was purely the remit of an acci
dent, there can bu no ground for quib
Hug; yt a prompt payment of the
amount will "et up" the Home in tho
conlldiinco of the people, and add great
ly to Its builnt'M-. A contrary cour.-e,
however, will produce directly opposite
Editors oj 1 Jlu'tclin1 : wee by notlco
in 'Bulletin,' that one school trustee and
one director are to be elected on Wednes
day the iMth Inst. Ah no names havo
been ppoken of for these offices, allow iuo
to suggest the name of W. W. Thornton
for trustee, and 15. S. Harrell for director.
I am certain that tho election of tlieco
gentlemen would give gonerul atlsfac
tioti. Yours Truly,
IIfiicIU lo Cairo Orphan A.jltlci.
The Directory of the Cairo Orphan Ay
lum, through tho corresponding secreta
ry, recently addressed a nolo to tho man
agement of the Metropolitan .Star com
pany, asking tho favor of a btneflt, du
ring tho present May of the company in
Cairo. The management promptly re
plied that the company would net luldo
half Hie prut idi. of a matinee to be given
.Saturday afternoon, as a benefit to the
Asylum, Mrs. Mary MoWlllianis, Miss
ICatle Putnam anil .Mr, llrown, teuderlug
their hervlees gratuitously. Let It bo re
membered, then, that half the proceeds
tif tho Saturday matlneo is lo be upplicd
to tho support of the paroiitleM little ones
In tho Orphan Asylum, and
let that consideration till ev
ery avilluhlu seat In tho Imuso
in... i i . .
ntv ivnjiuui i ieriuriiiiiig u great and
good mission among uh, and surely no
ono will rofuso to extend a helping hand
when he may, as in this Instance, com
bine pleasure and pastime with his doed
ofchurlly. There aro hundreds of por
tions In the city who do not attend places
of nmtiboment, who would,) no; doubt,
buy a ticket to this be no lit, If dlroetly
appealed to. Can It not be flo arranged
that tho lady mnuagor of tho Asylum
may call upon theso In tholr ktoro.s, their
hopund their dwellings? If It could,
tho benellt will, by such means, bo made
asubituiithl one ono fhat will provide
food and fuel for the dependant little
ones, tho balance of winter.
.1 lllltl Jolt.
On the recommendation of aeltlxon of
C'alhi, a St. Louis slater was employed to
roof tho Fourth ward olmol house. Tho
directors were made to believe that lie
was an A. No. 1 man, and the very In
dividual lo do a good honest Job. Of
course ho was hired, and tosecuro a llrat
cliwsjob tho directors agreed to pay him
a good price. It turned out, howovor,
that the Job was bungllugly done. In
Htead of copper nails, which woro bar
gained for, common ehlnglo nails wero
used, and instead of u roof that should
not leak a drop, a roof was turned oror
that leaked a doen drops in a doien
places, at one and tho same tlmo. Ju
short, tho work waa so execrably execu
ted that, on Its completion, the Architect
rejected It, tho directors refused to pay
for it, und itiomalna unpaid for to this
day. Jltit tho money thus kept back is
poor compensation for tho damages that
have and aro accruing to tho building on
account. o( tho bad roof. Tho Mervloes of
tho plasterer has, time and again, been
brought into requisition to patch up the
cellin-iS, aid slaters, have tried to remedy
tho defects of tho roof, We mention
theso facta because wo. understand that1
suit has bei'ii ordered to recover full
price for putting on the rqof.
On Sunday night a patch of 'plastering
uoverlng a squqro yard or mote,. fell from
the ce.llig,of tlnjsgeqnd, or mhldlo story,.
Tho rain had leaked tlWug'h th'oW
copiously to pass 'through
the upper floor, and drench tho
plastering underneath. A mechanic
ought to ho paid for a Job of that kind'
ust as 'thin Job is being paid forlir exo-sratIo.ua,
F1KI3 ttS TMK VOSJIS'ffll iVaICZK
IX Hlruclloii oi; jir. CnlilU'u JUkldencr.
Shortly after 12 o'clock Jiift night tho
alarm of lire was Hounded', und tv few
minutes afti rwards a perfect stream of
humaiiMr commended moving in tho
direction of Poplar and Eighteenth
BticetH. A black volume of Hinoke, inter
mixed with flamo, rising from tho upper
portion of Mr. John Cahlll's dwelling
house, designated tho spot; and in leas
than fiftcaii minutes after tho alarm thq
Hlbcrnlau . and. Arab; iiro companies,
with scores of other ctzons were on the
ground and at won;, j no jiougn and
(tuadlee, liuvltfg.hcaVyrnJaclilndry, were
detained a short .time, but wheu they
added their doluglng stream to tho
others, It wan. nt ouco Been that tho de
vouring element could go "so far but no
farther." , ,
The building was of light, tlnderlsh
material, and burned with astonishing
rapidity. When the fire companies
reached the ground the llamea had mhdo
such' progress as to placo It beyond tho
power of man to pave tho building; uti'd.
It wai not with that view the com
panion exerted themsDlvcj. On eltliur
Hldo und within n few feet were otlinr
buildings, and to the waring of thcuo tho
energies of all hands wro dlrectodr Tho
building on tho one hand was Messrs.
Swouodu's family grocery, and that on
the other the boardinghouso and family
grocery of Mrs. 'Koarily. Tho building oc
cupied by tho Swoboda's was situated
directly alongside tho burning idle, and
that It Htands uninjured this morning,
tells of a Job of work by our Uremcn that
is without a parallel In the history ofour
.SliorlU MyeM wa-s tho Hrst to discover
the lire. Knocking at tho door, ho re
ceived no answer. '.'Ai.tliGichno wai'pfia
deniaudiiig prompt action ho kicked tho
tloor down, und found .Mr. Cahlll insldo
Hound tiHlecii. 'he balaiice or tlto fiirril
ly weru at tho festival, then in progress
lown town A portion of tho household
effects were carried out, and i-nvouiuu.
damaged condition, but tho larger and.
more valuable portion was burned Up
with tbo building.
Thero 1 a dispute as to whether the
IlibornlauH or the Arah are entitled to
credit for throwing the first water. Q;i
one band we havo been most positively
a wired (hat tho Arabs threw llrat crater.
On the other hand wo have It that the
Hibernians had "llrat water" eight or
Uu minutes in advance of the Arabs.
The Roughs contented themselves with
tho knowledge that they threw the moif"
water; and o tho matter itnnd. "Tliev
all dlil well, surpassingly well. ,
Mr Cahiil'i lost will probably reach
Ontlmien'n Ulntr Clothing.
The magiilflcciit stock of winter cloth
ing at Miller Je MIlIcr'M challenges very
general admiration. Tiielr overcoats
range from the llncst beaver to the coars
est blanket all very chcarT'wh'oti tho
quality and make aro considered. Tho
business and dress coats, la variety and
ttylo, nro adapted to nil tastes, runts,
vests, underwear, furnishing goods, can
be Annul nowhere In the city In greater
abundance, of moro fashiouabie and du
ruble inake, or at more reaconable prices.
A splendid assortment piece good's has
Just been received, which, with the for
mer Mipply makes that department very
complete. If, therefore, you would dreH
In style, get tho most for your money,
go to Miller d: Miller's. . tf.
Tb Fair To-Mlglit A Ilice.
Tlielady manngsM of t'h'o St. Mary'
Ho.srjltal fair havo concludod to coutlnuo
tliopastlueaiiother night. The doors of
the hull wlll,i therefore bo thrown open
at the usual hour, ami It Is hopod and
bellovod a large number will bo ou hand
to Join tho festivities of the evening.
Thero will bo abundant mcaus of enter
tainment for both young and old, dur
lug tho outlro evening, and at the close,
tho ladles will put aside, the tables, a
cotillion band will bo brought lu, aity
then all who feel Incllnod may whirl
away In the merry mazes pftho. dance.
Hear this In mind anil take your wlvc.,
daughers or sweethearts, and bo thore.
Tho Continental Is the only cook stove.
with sliding oven doors. Warranted In
all respects. Pitcher & Henry, at WJ
Commercial avonuc, cor. 12th street.
Tho pupils of the public school aro iu,
their regular annual btlraud Jlulterabout
tho exhibition. Such a tlmo as .they
jiuvo rehoarelng, buying white BulsseVj
Wh.Uo rllibon.s, gilt papers, urtlllolarilow
frs; and sci'a hunt after white shoes!
lloodnessl Hut It't) ".futf real'.enjoymhf,
and tho little ones would not miss it for
a "million mllllou worlds." ' l'
The exhibition will come- oh",- wo 'un
derstand, on tho 23th Instant.
Hession oi ono i)inc,ji) ncn cow as tho
property of Jamos f ajljrner.. If any
person has any claim to said cow,- .they
are horeby notlllc'd to conio fohvanl and !
ipako jjraof pf o amo,bofor.o,the jday.p
sale. ' 'JoErir ANorvD,
dooGH.,Mk t intuit U 9i?bl9U
i Thcat()k ufi.I!khaLs.aUJlllur.fc.MiH.
er's comprises the very latest styles and
tio finest mako of tho seaso'ii. JThc
variety Is very great, the slock largo,
and prices havo been regulated o har
inonlzu with tho times. Cdll in and ox
Cur Oly OllUen.
It Is a fact, that no ono will gainsay
that thcBalarles now t paid tn city olll
ecru aro not equal to a decent mipport, or
Mich as Rro calculated to Inspire tho re
clpienti to an active and faithful 'dis
charge of their dutlcH. whiio this Ih
true It in also true that it is bad
polloy to Increase or diminish 6al
nries ho as to affect the incum
bent. -In vfow of thia wo rspoctfully
HUggest to our city fathers tho propriety
of fixing tho salaries that shall fcbvsrn
.during tho next iUoal year Iu doing
this wo t)ilnk It would' bo well to con
Htltuto the olty marshal chief of police,
10 ue on uiy during me uay time, und
to set and regulate the watches, for the
nlgh't! His salary shou'ld not bo less
than ilerknnum. To night watch
men such a Balary should bo paldjas
would not only furnish u decent hup
port, but would command tho seryicos
of our. very Lest. men. -It la unreason
able to expect clllclent wervlco from half"
paid officers'. No man can live on SCO or
oTen 57G per month, if paid fir our de
preciated scrip. This has been tho ex-
iiorlp;upof qtila number, of our.clty
ofllcorfl, and in all uch ca9es tho living
Imd to.bo made by giving 'attention tb
outside avocations. . ,
Eydry man's entire services should bo
considered equivalent to at least a respeo,-
i mo wipport. ' 'Tiie city should bo wlllinc
to grant this much to her officers and ser-
antflfMnd must do solfsho would com
mand faithful and efficient eerrice.
Werofyr to, tho matter with no view to
afiect lluj.Qqmjiejijiatloii of. parties nor
in olllco; but, as. wo hav already obsorv
ed, to flugges,t tho propriety of fixing such
salurles for he next and onsuing admin
IStratfons as will secure und compensate
the flerylcos.oMlrat clasH.inenas will ln
,duco our, present police force anoVniou
enuully good to sgek oppolntpicrit or
Infants. Much sufierlug to theso len
der little buds of tho human family might
bo allayed by using Mrs. Whltcomb'H
"Syrup. Sou. advertisement in another
'column. . Dcc.13 d&wlw.
A nitritlnrj- Prcvriiirtl.
Martin Mjirphy audAVilllam Casey,two
St. Inils rodghs.were detected last night
on the premises of a citizen, in ft situa
tion that induced .tho belief that they
contemplated burglary. They had pass
ed to tho roar yard,r iwoended -the rear
steps and were essaying an ontronco
at the door, when a call for "pollco"
scared them away. They were urrented
by officer McCarthy, and taken before
squlro Uross. A case or trespass on
private property was. made pout against
them, and a fino of $25 and cost'lraposod
upon each. Having, no money, tlioy
wcro calaboosed for a period of thirty
Wo understand that itis'tho purpose
of tho Metropolitan Star Troupo to visit
Evansvillofor u short season. To our
cotomporaries und readers there wo com
mend it us a talented and deserving
compauy. That It survivos, for a slnglo
week, .its present Illiberal and short-
slghtoU'tuauagcment, is conclusive proof
that lUs n combination of (ar moro than
onlluary dramatic ability. In the hands
of a courteous, clever, enterprising man
agcr it would soon build up a national
reputation, and a fortune with it.
Job rrlatlBg;. ,
The 'Bulletin' offico having be'cnVup
piled with Increased facilities, is now
prepared to do Job vork cheaper .than
ever, Wo aro determined, lu truth.
that no citizen shall iiavo causo, either
on accquntof prico or stylo, for sendiug
his work abroad. Our offico Is tbo com
pletest in tho state, ouUluV of Chicago
and bprlngfiold, and can perform all
kinds of work for which tho river, rail
road, mercantile, legal and general
business of the city create a demuud.
In point of workmanship wo shall stand
unsurpassed. Send in your orders.
ProqftfTsubmltted when requested, ' rt
Iluilci Jcn olry r.ilnlillslHiiont.
A visit tpthJl new aml.wtlMUled Jew
elry store will well worth tho "timo and
trouble." Tho Messrs. lluders have ex-
jercisod excellent Judgement In thanclecT
jtlon of their stock, buying nqne but tho
jmost faslilppablo and stylisli goods, uid
jnaklrTj" thbiri variety so great that It
hvould bo an unususnl want, Indeed; that
they caunotjfeuupy,, vfnga, 00 breast
pins with diamond, peurl,eapphiro,onyx,
pmerRhl, ruby and other seli, of. plain j
filagree or beautifully chased Jewelry
V9Wif .MP.- " EOIH .andl Iflllre?
ivatchos, lockets, bracelets', cuft' ami
911118.6.110. buttoiiB-ithe thousaud thlngBi;
that constltulo a lirst'olassjewelry storo,
muy.be,Xoiiiul there ii) j)ro(uso abundance.
Wo havo' raroly seen"1 a moro complete
8tock,iu Cairo nover Don't provldo all
your holiday .gifts uutil you visit thor'o'.
f yhu'dd you will be suro' to regret It.
Tito Flia oftlie Oloih uftitiltl.
Urday afternoon. Thoso who havo seen
It will bo suro to avall'thb'itis'el vea of '(lid
oi't'oitunlty, Jlius,, presented, io.sep..
agaiU: " It'frffhll'dfNvIf.'Yepa'rtco iVu'urruii'
may bo enjoyed by tho 'oldj tho middle
aiiod and yolmi;. Sitvh an attraction,
a'ud tho coiis'ltltM'tin thatmlf th6 gross,
proouctls' goc3lnto the treasury of tho"
Qrphan Asylum 'shduld fill ithe
thenm as rrMimQth
Tho Roy, James W. Coo ls In the 'City
on ft visit to .bjs family., Tho,Kove'rend
gentleman hati accepted call to Pep,
rla; but his family will probably reinalu
in Cairo tluring the balanco of the
Dcluj N nro DnilgcrniiN.
Mothers, an you iovo your offspring,
don't fall.tousoiMrs. Whltcomb's Syrup
for Eoothing children. liooil tho adver
tlse'nleht Ih another column.
A full supply at Klolly's, and going pfi
at actual cost. tf
r x ; 1 '.If;'
' 'AlaskaJjoolSiforiald'at P.-NefPfi,.lNo.
70 Ohio Lovco. The most popular boots
thing that, can,.b9. Jp,apyfound,
dry goods liotiso. In tho city, ean bo ne
cured at P. Itlel y'a at cost price or less-
ks'lie'lS '(Vt'terihlnfctr tM'dlos'ra' ' tf.
Shell oysters, game, etc., can always
bo ueteared at WalkorA
Nov 2 tf
BnitlMri Hating fop Itnil.
That eligibly situated business hnuso
No. 8 Thornton's hlock, Tenth street, Is
forirerit. r Allji iy ort .'tl 6 Ijif Jm ia'e!. i
Pocket Diaries for 1870 at Iteckweit !&
'.' 1 i '-r.. i -1
clasn dav board can be
secured at Walker and Sisson's for,
f 5 per week. Tlio bill of faro consists of
of tho best In tho markot, served by ox
pert caterers Ju un ,uncxceptlouabl style
Largo and small dolls and toy tea sets
at P. D. & Co's. , . .tf,
Tor Itral, ., . ?
Fine two story brick rcsldcnco. An
ply to Thomas Gkekn & Ai.len. J
ifii57tf ."ill) 'aoSOtiroXoveo.
IJeatitlful Chromos' at W.
well & Co.'s 63 Ohio Leveo.
Grecian Bend Caps, tho latest ntyle lji
the City, rorsalo at P. Noflfs No. 79 Ohlb
Loveei.a pw priqe, $a fipAimst theni.
No trouble to show goods at this storo.
Calf boots at $3,75. aT. NefTflNp.gTB
Ohio Levee. "
Thorw'ardsen'B Celebrated" Bas-'ftefiefL
of tho Fflur.easoua Night aud Morning 1
atRookyell &,Co'sf, . tjl
Glovu-Boxes. ' Handkorchlef-Boxefl.
Jewel Canes, Curd'Cases'and lady's' Com
pattlqu at JtockwcJJ S;.Co's. tjl
1 . . 1 j
Bowie vknlvcs, pistols land, revolvers. A
full Htncl: Just recoivcd'nt Pctor "NefTa
No. 7.i;0hlo'i Lavoe ul Docket pis-:
tols ?3,00 each, bowio knives $1,00. 1
XU'nutU -.:nU,i.A Uii) Jill
uranuuira anu iiiu's, AipnauetoiiocKS
dt RocbwcJl & Co's. , tjl.'
. JSvorvthinir In tha iBoolc and Station
erv'ljlno can always' bo found at W. BJ
Bockwell fc Co.'s GS Ohio Levee. tjl..
Go aud see the fjreclan bond caps at 1
No(rs,No. 79 Ohlo'Loveo.
Tho comjiletest stock of gentlemon's
furnishing goods in the-clty , M to be
found at Miller aiid Miller's.' It would
be aremarkablo want, Indeed, In thiS
line that ihey cannot satisfactorily supplyi
at the very lowest figures ruflugln the
markot. tf. '
Tlio largest and UueslHtocIc of gcritlo-
.inen's. clothing,. furuLshlog. goods, Iniots
bhoes, hntrt and epn'wlll alwnys bo found
Overcoats I pvercoatsi 'N'ofl'a, fen, jlpU
lar overcoaU. are well made.aud war
ranted all-wool at No. 70 Ohioljovee j
k .. .1
.White ih'irUmtla sacrlflee'aPMer
NelTs.lfo. 79 Ohio Levfie? h,uW
1 1Hfltfia a 8:
Lewis 4t Gros'hon's
sale at P. NefTs a latfifii
Iff than .that
kept by other houses, in Cajro ntthc same
Uso Knder's Chill Curt'It never
Chlldren'ti suits at NelPs from ?3,Wto
57,50 for full suitVaUNa 70 Olilo Levee.' ..
, . r .in, 1 1 1
For good fittrpg, custom' m"udp
lug and tho best workmauRhlp ou wanioj
go Ut NefTs, N"o., 70, Ohib.Levcu i .
For late" stylerof Jiats and
IV Neif, No. -70 Ohio Levee
cftp go to
Angostnra Blttor's, W. II. Schutlow
Sole agent,' Cairo; Illinois.- 'icti'llG'Sm
."Wrillrtg-Denfi W6rlt-'oxcsVnd PoW
folios ,at Bpuklp'gut t, k lXl ftllyiA
Gents' shawlajUjeudlcai vaiQljj'aiidat
low price's at T." N'eiTs.nNo.. Yo Lpyee
,wt hmfiw ohwmv
they were ever omjwd.ln.Calro,, will call
at P. Illellv's. Ho has a irood assort.
srT"' ' aI. -: -i ..oorjs
Jileeantlv bound iiooKs for the Holt-
days'.at Wu'JBJiRdekwelHtf Cb.,'i8 6hToj
Lovee . . tjl;
Ph 0 1 0 ir ra bu A lb tl in a0fro 111 2? eonts to
Nofra'nVirBQTtsW te'h tloflarVjytrll,
iiv ic liMt nvir nlTororf In Calrxat iLi
price, at4oJbJo,Lve-44Jc,i.iA u
ClieckerJ,, Chess, CIbfjgtiiHQiUrda, Dtoai
.lid 'DIco Cups at Rookweltit Cq's. tj
A grand ball, .will, ii.tjghen. tbvuUia.
Cairo Cassluo, on ,tio.eye)dng of Decem
ber 27, 1809. Gommlttee of Arrange-,1
wents : f. jkirjwattff et iL";.:; . vi
t m J. 1 it,-" TJZr. . ' ' I
M. BiLTnuuua, Geojiqe Ixtsk,
GameM, SWysandiHema AMIusfintenU
at Rockwell & Co's.
Tho regular annual communication
theDelta Lodge No. 64S F. &
A M.will be held at Masonic Hall this
(Thursday) ovenlugat7 o'clock.
. The annual election of officers for tho
ensuing Masonic year will bo held this
evening, and a full punctual a'tondauao
By order of tho W. M.
It,;. i Jewktt, Wilcox Soo'y.
.I.l.tii luilJ' .' 1 . It Mt
"Dan. ''Able. Col: Imperial. St. Louis:
Alps, Pitts; Alpha, St. Louts; Lorcna,
'ClnhVst:Luki?;-StfL6ulsrKenton, Clnn ;
.JlillB, ,t5tlMLoulsr 1'Vyotte, Evansvllle;
Belle Memphis; Moillu Able, Now Or
leans. Dan. Able, Cbli 'Ali Now Orleans;
leans: Colorado, St. Louis: Imperial, Now
Orleans ; J5elIo Memphis, St. Louis; Fay
btte,'Evnnsvillc; M6I1Io"Ad1o, Ht. Louts.
The raln ceased about 4 p. m. yesterday,
and wo had nsHghtsprlnklo of snow.nf-
.(wards .friio, jtqmperaturo has been
lulto cool slnco darklast night, ami thero
wore 'ho trio., .signs, of clearing up tills
morning. Tho sun was visible once or
Tho rlTcrharfallcn-.clght inches moro
Business continues fair. ; , f
Tho Mississippi is rYs'iiig at Si. Louis,
und a general rlso is looked for on ac
cotnit of-jqent extcnslYo rains.
Tho Oh 0 Is still rising at Pittsburg
with nearly eight feet water in the chan-
n$i. Veatho'r mild. It Is falling at
LouIsvIIIo with seven foot eight inches
in tho canal. Weather wet. y
The Cumberlaiidr is falling with four
feet largo on Harpeth Shoals,
nfiTayto1)toVglit out40 tons for re-
rihipmont." ' '
The'Tyroile brought out a fair fralght
trip last night, aud was as much crowd
ed wth people, as herofllccra aro cer
tainly among the most popular on tho
riveri Her arrival created more excite
ment than that of tho Ilatchoy, and In u
few minutes after landing sho was
crdwded with her Cairo friends. "Wo
are pleased to announce that Capt. Tom.
Harman is again in command having
lutrlelv rccoverod from tho naralvtlu
fstrbfjo of last summer. Cnpt. Waih.
Weaver, her clerk, no longer an old
bacholor looks ton years youuger.
The Tyrono has received nn ontire
new battery of hollers, made of tlio ro-
uounod Tennes.eo Charcoal Iron, and it
now one of the best and safest of her
class afloat. Sho leaves for Nashylllo
this evening, and every Tuesday during
4fhn Honrv Ames, and rammnn.
'weal tli" aro all that aro due to-dsy from
St- Louis, bound forN. O.
Tho St. Joseph is tho regular packet
for Memphis to-day
The Sam Orr is the regular packet
for Evansvllle this evening.
The White is tho regular packet fcr
Paducahitfals evening." -ml..
Capt. Chas, T. Hlndo Is agent for till
tho abovb steamers.
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