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hc (Evening guUclii
Th EVSNIMO BOtLMIN I published every after
eon, at No. 18 Tenth Btrcet, (Thornton Block), by
Jeha H. Oberly A Co., for circulation by carriers,
oewemen, aid the malls, y
Tfe Wmklt Hi'ttETii), n large eight-page forty col
ii rim paper, in Issued on Thursday, fur the malls, ntl
for a!oat our conntor and ly newsdealers. i
AT-Bpeoimen copies furninlicil rarr. Address,
JOHN It. OlIKItLT CO., Cairo, III.
j . lyf l,lNftU (BANKS. . 'I -l
mtv vVtmi ,wa fn'A Wk ' J l :
aa, A 1 k av I t I ill a a.lin
m at a at i a e
OMlro Xlllxxolw.
CANTAL ,
$100,MJU
W. F. IIALMDAV, President,
A. B. NAKVOHU. Cashleri , ,
WALTKH IIYSLOP, Assistant Cashier.
trttreetort.
H. flTAATITATLOK, W. P. HALL1DAY,
BCOTT WHITE, ROHT. ll.UUNMKOHAM,
OKU. I). WILLI AMBON, BTEI'HF.fc BIRD,
A. II. tlAFFORD.
Exchange, Coin, and United State Bond!
Bought and laid.
Dtftntt Recrivid, and Oeiurot Banking
Buiintn Conducted.
deeM'Mdts
T
HK FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OuA.XEt.O.
DA.HKL IIUHD. I IIOBT. W. Mlt.Lk.lt
President. I Vice-President.
C. W. IIUOIIER, Cashier.
-" ... ' ' - l
Collection Promptly Attended to.
r, tt 'I ....
Exchange, Coin, Bank Notea and United
Hiatal Becnr-ltles,
k.xa.cl Sold.
Intort'1 Allontti on Time DojxiilU.
febldtf
LIQUORS. TOBACCO. ETC.
YyM.H. SOU UTTER,
Importer and WhoUtale VtaUr i
VIKN, lilQUOIIH, TOBACCO
1D
OJCKARB.
itiki lua
5t Brand oX Cream and Stock Alt
it
lkjtorled Ala OiffareHI Klada.
No. TS Ouio Litre,
decZt'lldl
Cairo, Illlaal
COAL
JOSS COAL YARD.
JAMES ROSS, Proprietor
THMERCIAI. AVKNt'E,
sypesatt Foat of EleveeUa Mtreet.
Km eoDitantle on hand PituLari. Jit. Carbon.
and Imyuela Coali, whkh will ! delnered la qusu.
lilies ia sun, in any pari or ine cuy.
Alt Coal wtlehMi, d full meaoire guaranteed.
Terai sarloiy cah In sA tm.
JOHN W. TROVER & CO.,
Real Eitate, Bond and Stock Broken.
Will .fl.n tn tli a rj.m.nt i,t Mt.t.. (Vtlntr .rut (Tilv
Tair., aad all bonne, s pertaiolng to a JU.1KUjn.
EioiiTll StnEET, ond door Jrom Com. Art.,
dec3rtdtr Mire, ill.
THE J31J5'1 UUd, SUREST
REMEDY
oar tit 3B3 -v-a-3b t i.
ENDER'S CHILL CURE
Caatalna m agnlnlne or Aran,
la nut Vatylaaaaut ( tUe TaU
Cklldreai will take It wllkanl keella
tin.
TMK ritHLIC. ANl
.tlAW i:MlAEXT PIIYNIG'IAXII
After a fair trial, pronounce It the best ef all niton
floes yv known for the speedy and certain tare f
FEVER and AtiUE, or (III ILLS and PEVEJL
W :-A. i u
Chlll and Feter are caused from a cerula poison
i.tini Lnihn atiiiosnhere known as malaria. lira
duces the vilullty of the bUpd retards the action of
the d. th-rent nrniT and, eaums Ililllauinats, U)"S(.
patlou, iitc, ami in this way prepares lite sysiem lor
any dlioiweof uinorv ,crioilliiur wmcp may le,.
low. Tn Htoid fiirlhe-iron. e, art M,iev naiael
f tnis u sra,Mka ;,
KM)i:U H OlIIIiTi CUBE.
It sniuulata. Iliu orD.iu. to nerlona tneirditfsraai
functions, aid acts as nn autldoio to tne poison wjiieji
causes thv Ferer and Aguo, aud thereby restaraa tka
H
sysivm 10 neaiiu amuoue: anwa eoaioaaw aasa i
ENDER'S STOMACH BITTERS,
Will five itreuglh and appetite, wiaasilroy that
fealinir of weariness that ellugs so tenaciously to any
ens wueu recararing from this disease. It la hlgkly
receminanueuioriua ku vi uyspepsia.
ft'CAEAIiK WeAUNEW,
Aud for cougks, colds, branchltls aad soniuraptloa. I 70
11 Is not toba surhissed. A3 A T0K10 IlKVlftAOK
uis uasquaiiea, anu is a sm wnmis agauisi
UhlUa aad Jeter H taksu regularly,
mm. .M. SNBRRB.
auW Jv PADUOAH, KKNTUCKT.
For Male by HAKCI.AT BKgaUiUO Leifff.
TAILOR.
QORNKLIUS BOYLK,
TAIXiOn,
140 OMMERCIAL AVRNVI,
hi Ettfon A nafthorn a Boot and Bhoa Store,
UtO, ILLINOIS.
VCnmnr one n short notice, maredt
FURNITURE.
8. IIARRELL,
. , -J-MtlLI IK
3?? T 11 STI T XT JL 33
queensware, Bar Fixture. Glasiwure
IIOIME FUIIMHIIING (JOODI,
Nos. 1 R6 and 1 ST, Com. Av.
tnarlldu
I CAIRO ,'LL.
JIOOKBIfSlDING
QAIRO OITY HOOK BINDERY.
MARCUS 8ILYERBERG,
Boolc -Bludor. 2R.-ul1oj:
J Blank Book Manufacture
No. 3 Ouio Let, CAIRO, ILLJROM
bpi I HQU I
UROOM FACTORY.
JAJRO BROOM MANUFACTORY.
W. FM'KEE ti BROTHER,
Having per feeted their arrangrmeat for the raina
tura of Brosms In this city, we aow prepared to
fse-
viurn pn
Ziow Priooai
Aalhe samo''. Iillescf broomseanb purchased it
here. II ; ) .
Ordsrsleft a . lit store efO. 1. Wllllaraion, 11 Ohlu
LeTto, or at the
Manufactory, fourteenth atreet,',bel ween
, ., nainai anavraar,
V III e promptly attended to.
Order by mall i honM be address to ' '
vr.r. x'KF.r. a iiro.,
P. O. Bus .14,
Cairo, Illlnoli.
NepUU
LIQUOR SALOONS.
JOHN HYLAND'S SALOON
t la aupplied with ait kind ml
uporlor Zilquoraj, l"
Beer, Ale, tVc,
i
Commercial ayeoue, bet. Klnth and Tenta street.
Thattilrstr. wha Mfa rood lioaora. akonld rl kin
a call, aad these wko wish le puS a fragrant eicar eaa
.late VietrwsoU supplied at Me bar. !. 11 dW
ATTORNEYS
1 SEEN J: OILBEBT,
Attoraeya aaa CoaaueUori at Law.
William II. Cle-eea,
William n. uiNaorc. CAIRO, IIX.
Mile r. Ullkvaaa, J
eeeelalarteaaaaaHtea soAdaairallr aad Bwanbaat
OMce Ohio ItOYaa, Koame 3 aad i
waa lat Xatlaaal Bask. aU sfl
jjl Si. ALBRIGHT,
ATTORNKV AT LAW,
sM.Mraiarar Vwutftk Htratl asd Wa
lnin ATentta,
UAIRO...M .lLUNOlH.a
practice In this and the adjolalnr judicial oi
suits, and rasks collections In the neigfiberlngcoua
lies ui Missouri ana Kentucky. isii
LLEN, "WEUU ii IJUTLEU,
ATTORNEYS AT LA If.
OCnre lu tiroes' .r BulldluK,
tattt Eloienth slre.l and Comtnnolal Aimm
W.J.Allen, i
II. Watson Weab, JOAIEO, ILI.
dec71dM
M
ULKEY, "WALL & "WHEELER,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
j0IDr n. Mclkbt,
Geo. AV. Wall.
CAIKO. ILL.
Sau'l T. "Wheeler, ,
OaVs Rooaas, and 9 Winter's Bla
decil'Mdlf T
REAL ESTATE BROKERS, ETC.
"WINBTON,
Bocceusr ta Jsha Q. Harrnaa a Cev.)
REAL ESTATE AGENT
ATJOTIONBIin.
liars and sells Real Kstate, pays Tales, fttralske
Abatractaof Title, and prepares Oonr.ranses of
lade. Offlee, No. Tl (d Ioor)Oklo Lerea. aaail
su
1IU
PHY'SICIAN8
JTJK. W. B. SMITH,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
omcK mo coxBiiatciAi, aykni'B
(Orcr Ilanoen'a Iloek Store,)'
Kldsnec, No. 11 Thirteenth Strcit.
plltt
EDICAL.
XlJL
C. If. DUNNING, If. D.
EiaiUKNCB-Cor. Oth and Waluat fltreeta
tVficK-cr. eih Street and Ohio Laree.
OFFICE HOUlW-Krem a.m. to 11 ia., and freiw
iv.p.wi. uecxiu
COMMISSION AND FORWARD ING
ALLIDAY BROTHERS,
OEATEIIAIs AGENTS,
FOKWAItDlNU AN1 COMXISSIOX
XI R O
-s. 3NT T KB
79
't- -
ZX2iXaOisB.
Oiili'o,
CLOTHING.
JjEW CLOTHING!
Xvo'rythisxff X'reai'ti
BARGAINS FOR THE PEOPLE!
3WIMiKItliriTfILr,KH,
IlitTlne cloned out their old atock of Clothing, hnra
brought on a
JLurge nntl Splcndltt NIocIc ,
Which cmtiriiea dvcry Itinit of
Pitahlnttnbln tlc-nllemeii'a Wear,
And auch nali aultetlloall claitvi.
They would aek epflal attention to their ply of
XXfttas Axrcl Oapn,
In which they prufoa to lead the market Alio tu
their
Piece OoudM,
Whleh embraee all atylea of Clothi, CataUair,
Tweede, ate, from which they manufacture
CI-OTUINO TO ORDER,
In the bit mannor, aad atrictly faahleaable. Tkeir
atockof
OeiitlcniuR'n FurnlMliJiifC God
la rery complete, Inclndlna many nereltlet nerer be
fore brought to thla market.
TKUVKH, OF BVKRTHTTLH, VALID BB, fAEPCT
IACKH, KTC.
Aeetired of their abllltr to nell gnodi freai their aew
etock, cheaper tnan erer tefore, they rely en a Hla
crimlnalinf pablie to azlend them the palroaaga they
deterre. , auSl dtf
ItAlLROADa.
' JLLINOIS CENTRAL RAILUOAD.
Quickest Route front the Suth
8t. Louts, I.oulsrllle, Clnolnnatl, Chleaf.o,
Sitrr York, lloston;
And
ALL POISTS KASTAX.O XORT1I,
. f aiienKf r trains srrlto at and tear. Cairo as fall
Malt Kxpress.
AftKIVK-iaO A. St 3il3 I. M
UKI'AItT-l'O A. .11 ail5 P. M
Itolli trains connect at Centralla with trains on th
XUEaIxx, Xj lxi o.
'At 1'ftna. Decatur, IUiw.mlnjton, K1 I'aao, Ij falls
ilendola, hroojKirt, Galena, Dubuque,
and all points In
Illinois, Iowa, Minnesota, Missouri and
Wisconsin.
'And villi linen running Eait and Went for
St. LouN, Springfield, Lonlsrllle, Inein
natl, Iaalanapolla and clumbn,
And el Chicago with Michigan Central, Mlehlgaa
aouttorn, and 1'ittihurg, Fort Wayne and
1 Cliicago Uallroidi for
DKTItOlT,
CLKAKLaND,
mi.N'KlltK,
LIIVNr.
NtAflARA FALLS
i:niK.
liurFAI.o,
NKW TURK,
fiui.Abki.riiu
a a a laiiumr,
IIAI.T1M0EE,
el'l JIlAi lAIaU
WAHIIINGON Cir, aad
jtSJLX Folntat JESttmt.
fes-through tickets and Informitlen, apply a
DUoeils Central Railroad I'epol.
w. r.JoiiNsox.
General rasienger Agent, Chlsage,
II. HUOHlTT.Oeaeral Soperinteoaaat.
JAMtS JOH.NsON, Agent, Cairo.
JjENiSSYI.VANIA CENTRA Lit .
DOUBLE TRACK.
01 Mile the Shortest Route to New York
At riltLutc iMlns from the West run direct to the
Union depot, w.rre rasiengers for llarrisburg. Haiti,
more, VVathingtou. I'hiUdrlphls, New Tork, lloston,
iraiosoi ine
PENNSYLVANIA IcAILKOAD.
Iluy you tickets for New Tork, Philadelphia and all
poinu Kant, via tho 1'iltstmrg, Fort Wayne A Chicago
and the IVm. )sma Central Railroad
Tho trains ot
lie
ILLINOIS
C E N T IC A L
make close connections at Mattooa and Chicago; aad
the entire trip to New Tork It mado with onlr two
changes of crs.
Elegant" Wide PaiHciiEcr Can,
-wlth-
Rataed Roofs nnlproTrd Meatat
These cars are thorough!) Tentilated and prorlded
with erery modern iniprore.Tient necessary to the
safety and comfort of turelcrs
MTATE-ROOM SLECPING CARS,
Woodrufl'i Patent,
Run through to Philadelphia on all Night Tratvt,
and New Yerk via Philadelphia and Alleutewn, with
out change, Affording Passengers a nlgkl of unilis-'
tuibed rest, aud
Landing; them In Jtew Tork Jlonra In
Advance of nil other Lineal
Aad in tine to a, cure Hotel acceasisedasisas befeie
tne arriTBl or taa pasiengeri by other rentes.
Tollostoa and New England patiengera thla rotts
especially desirable, as llgirestheman opportunity
' seeing the finest views araonar the AllechanT
Mountains, besides Tlslting nttsburg, Philadelphia
and New York, Wlthont Kxtraoat.
PV All New Enaland ras.snsera kaMl.v ia,..k
tickets will lie tikn.ferred. with their baeeiue. la In!
and Boat Connection, In New York, without charge.
FoHr Dallr Trains Lcbto N. Y for Boston.
Thirteen Dallr Trains Leare Flilladclphla
for Now York,
Via Jersey City and Camden and Amboy. I Hs lanes,
vu iniics, nine, t aoprs,
Thll Is the onlr ronle br which na.searrra ran
Chicago Saturday afternoon, In a through car. This
train leaves tho Pittsbiirir. Fort Wavno Ac I'lilonn
.Hallway Depot at 6:30 p'.m. anil runs through without
aciuT.arriTiiiK mnt'w lurnsifivu Jinnnar memtng.
iioum in Atiruuco oi uiucr liineai
The MO p.m. train from Chicago arrives in New
Rork at 9:41 n.m. the HECOND DAY. U 1.9 Ileum
In AtlVHUco or any other Home! with car
rcspontllnc reduction t BOSTON. PHILADELPHIA.
BALTIMORE and WASHINGTON.
sisT HucLMire checked throuzh ta all atatlena an tka
Line ot tho PrnnsrlrHiiia Railway, and to Baliimora
Philadelnhinnnd New York, from Piltsburc. chlcare.
and all principal Western Cities.
nir Bates of freight nnd express freight to aay
Eastern point, are at all times as favorable aa at
charged by other lines.
Through tickets lor sale at me prlnelpal efflcer
la the West.
EDWARD II. WILLIAM",
General Uupcnntendent. Alteona Pa.
T. I.. KIMBALL, Tassenger Agent, Chieaga.
JelTwtf
GRAND ORNAMENTAL PAINTING.
ptARL L. THOMAS,
SIGN AND ORNAMENTAL PAINTER,
hop In the Perry House, Corner t'oaiutereall
Aveaue and Eighth street,
deem 1-s IlHnoiai.
A VOID QUACKS. A VICTIM F KARLT IM.
J. prudence, causing nervous debility, premature
ueoav, Ac, has discovered a simpla meaaa of euro,'
which he will send. free to his fellow tufferem, Ad-
sms j. u, natiYt.o, tfiA9aubrveei, new lorar.
yglT Ora
8EWINO MACniNEts.
1ILLC0X k flBBS
I'll Silent MM Family
II SEWING UMachinoI
IS THE BEST FOR FAMILY USE.
Will Slllrli, Ilem, fell, Tnrk. Cord,
llln.l, Ilralil. tnlt nnrt Kuilirnliler
Jleiint llnlly. Jtniil, with the KlNF.VI'nedleand
threml, run from perfect work u tho finest falnook,
0Tr the hcnTlestlicaTerclolh and cowhide,- with NO
change of needle, thread or Jrnlnn. It will tisn
coarso cotton, linen, silk nnd twine It runs easier
flutter and stiller tlmn any other inauhine. It forms h
llat, btiii and elastla seatn,dlf1prlng from erery other
stitch, each loop being TWIdTKO by means f
TUE,"nOTATlN(J HOOK,"
and drawing the twitt Into the goods, that securely
fastening erery stitch, so that the seam will bear to be
cut at frequent Intern!,, and In that case aren, the
seam Is warranted not to rip In wear, and under
all circumstances to "surrWe thewashtub." Old,
worn out family garments, bosoms, pants, dresses.
Ac, hart been submitted to Committees at KAI11M
whero was the URKATK8T COMPETITION, and to
thla alllch premium, hare been awarded for Its
auperlorlly, Durability, jr.laatlelly and
Meant jr.
A patented derlce prercats the possibility of the
machine being run la the wrong dirtctlsn, er the
balance wheel erer wearing er touching the dress. '
, TIIR NKKDI.H CANNOT HB BET WIIONO.
Tkus arolding the great trouble of .tier machines.
NO nilEAKINO OP NEEDLES,
Tka blade af the aeealo is leas thaa three-fsarlas
sf aa lack long, and It straight.
WRONO.
Asyess may adjust them IN Till DARK. The
hem may be of any width. No ether hennsar or fel
ler Is like this. It turns the kem en the right er aa
der side as you want It.
It will not drop HHtches, as tka asedle It
always sst right, the blade short and straight, doia
net tibrate, like longer ears. They are
MANUFACTURED WITH MATHEMATICAL faV
CISIOK.
Ilente, each psrl la interchangeable ant, eaa ha reedl.
lyreplacea in case of accident. It will last a genera
Ian, if properly cared for. Nona srhe lias used It
cua be persuaded to use sny other.
The roindaeli, erenncis, durability aa beanty af
i siiwa.
WEUE NEVEIt EQUALED.
Its RAI'IDITT, ABSOLUTE BTILLNEBH. EAIK
OK MOTION, narrowreis and neatneia of HallKU
and FELL wire nerar approached by any other
macninr.
The PRESS unlrersally nronounta this lha BENT
FAMILY 8KWIN0 MACHINE IN THE WOULD.
Winterer the merits of the other machines. It la no
disparagement to say the Wilcox A Glbbe-it worth,
for family use, doable that of any other erer offered
to tho public.
It receireil the finld Medal ef the American In
ttltule tho FIIHT PREMIUM for
"THE BEST 8EWIN0 MACHINE,"
at the grrat New England Fair the Vermont Pule
Fair the Penmylrania htatfl Fair the Indiana Htate
Falr-thnW con, In Stale Fair the Michigan State
Fair tho Ima Mate Fair and at orer SUCennty
Fairs Ihrouihoutthe West making more First Prem
iums tr.tn were tsken by all other Bealng Machines
logemer in inoiame lime.
It iinow the Great LeadbiffFawllj- SewlnE;
Machine.
ALL OVER THE WOULD.
We take ether maekmes In ezekaaie. Wa 'sell
Oil, Oirror, Sin. Twist aad Kuctis for erery kind
ornewiag nacBina.
Aa;enta WantedTenas to Agent, ieMrlrsire
circular ana specimens or wars, aeni iree oy snail,
receipt of stamp, er had ef
CORNELL, WARD & COMINGS
GENERAL AOENX",
IU Ijsks Btrtet. Chteago, linois.
LUMBER.
JJOAT fjVMIIEK.
V M. NEWELL,
Wholesale and ReUll dealer l.t
IIARO AND SOFT LUMBER
Of all descriptions. Nteamboat I.araber sawed
to order en short notice. Also a general aaeortmerrt
en iiaau.in yarn.
NOTICE-Orders left wlih G. T. Cnshlng, Ageut,
tvv yiuniyttj unru infill vr ua, jnvmoil
S.
WALT JESS.
Dealer
Horcl SLTXCL BllOft lllJI.XXX'k9X
or every deeeH(t4on,
Lath, taking-lea and Cedar PotHa.
YARD AND OFFICE Coraer Commercial areosi and
Tsntn street,
CAmO,... ,.ll.LtN0r3
Ord.rs soil. lis t and promptly dried, fileamooat
Lumber rumuhsd on short notice. olie-m
w
ILLIAK W. THORNTON,
Wholesale and RetnH Dealer in
Xj xx xxx bor, HtUlxxfjlon
LATH, TIMBER,
Cedar Poata, Doors, Saab, Blinda and Win
aw uiaas.
Offeo en Tentk Street
etwsen Ovmsnmlal aad Wsjhlag1o Avaace
CAIRO, ILLINOIS .
,
. Aosht roa
Hock Rlier Paper Qjmpany'i ShtttMug Fit
UCARTZ CBMBNT.
II. W. John's Improved HoefiBf
Asbestos Cement always on hand
In largo or small quantities.
dwtJ ri'M
JOB PRINTING.
JOB PRINTING,
CHEAP FOR
CASH I
Baslness Cards, (Bristol) at to tr per 1000
Rteatuboat Bill Uenda . tStaiS per 1000
Envelopes. . . t9 to IS per 1000
111 Hands tit per Ream
Other Work In Proportion.
WE GUARANTEE SATIIFATIOM,
BOOK AND JOB OFFICF
Tkraln'j Bslldlar, Teatk St.,
i. OAIIiO, ILLINOIS.
glLlHSADS,
OARDO, sto.
I'rintt j at tke moe of t Cifro Bulletin.
.HINDE,S.t'Ol''M.
iro cirr
awaarsvi
,a . ii inn
t i.fwai ar ,
c
HAS. T. HINDK,
FORWARDING AND COSIMISKIOA
-
CAKUO TUANKPEU CO.HI'ANl ' f
CAIRO ILLINOIS.
ThronRh Illlla or Ladlna; ltron to all ,
, Available Point a by Hall ur Water.
Wfil'EOlAL ATTENTION TO FlUtWARDINCp.
ST. L0UI8, CAIRO AND NEW
ORLEANS
THE ITKAUXRI
flAIJX.'?AY- JONES. Ms.ter,
I11HMAUCK . KNTllilCKN, Mastat
M3IZIK I1I,I, ''NKIL, Manlor,
COMMONWEALTH CO.M.T, Msster,
GREAT HKI'UIir.IC-..VAN HOOK. Matet
MIH8IMIIPPI GREEN, Master,
TIKIMI'SO.V IJKA.V PEPPER, Midler
CITT OI' ALTO.V.... ..YOKE. Mater
CU.IVK ItltA.K'lt .McCORD, -Matter.
Mill, I.IK AIII.K ABLE, Mailen
( (t.MIMl.M'AI MeCLOr, .Masler.
W. U. AltTllUlt I'.L'ilC. Master.
Comprising all tho finett and target boats out ot ki
i.uuis.
MTKAMKR Ol.l VK lilt AN1I
McCORD, 'Master,
WHI leave THURSDAY evening, January 3Tth, HI.
Inat., at ft o'clock P. M. connecting at. New Orleans
with Ocean Lino of Steamers to
Liverpool, Keir York, lloston, and Oals es
ton, Texas.
Passengers and Shipper cs rely on ena of these'
lioate leaving Cairo punctually as above.
CllAH, T. HINDE,
General Agent, Calm.
Ottlce, nn Whsrflxiat, Public Landing.
jyj-EMPIIIS AND ST. LOUIS
: 1800. :
i
1809. :
....., i
The following Boats comprise this Line and wih
niu In the following order
- MEMPHIH PACK FT
Arrlto at Cairo, Arrive at Cairo,
Boats. dowx. tr.
BELLE HT. LOUIS, TuesiUy.lp.T "MurdayrTln
Zelgler, Muter; . i
CITroFCAIRO, Thursday p. Mmdsy.la.ra
Malln. Master
BEI.LK MEMPHIS, Haturday, Sp.m rtiurs., 1 a.ra
Crane, Master.
V1CKBBUR0 PACKETS.
Arrive at Cairo, Arrive at Cairo,
Boats. nowx. te.
MARBLE CITT, Every alter- Every . alter-
, Master; nate tiunday, nateBUnday,
LUMINART, at 1a.m. at la.m.
Conway, Master) " " " J
JULIA. Every alter- Kvcry alter
Callahan, Master, nato Wetlnes- nati Wetlnea-
RCBICON, day, at 1a.m. .Oar. ilsu.
Blake. Master; " "
Connecting at St. Lome with
Northern Line Packet Company.
Keakuk Packet Company,
Out aha Packet Company,
and Varlana Railroad Lines
At Memphis with
Memphis and White River Packet Co.,
Arkansaa ntver I'acket Company,
Mesaphls and Charleston It. II.,
and Mississippi et, Tennessee R.R
At Vleksburg with
Vaioo River Packets, and
Vleksburg aud Meridian Railroad
Glvlni through bills lading and tickete to all .vslWble
colnl. bv rail or river.
- ..II 1 u rm IT I VI 1 1 r T I .....
VI1AI7. I. lllillT', IDUrill ARIUII
HE, General Agent.
Ottioe on Wnarl-boat.
ED. F. B19SON, Ticket ami Passenger Agent.
JTA8HVILLE AND CAIRO
tS?5tr- oniuung ot tue lonowirjg
fS)tytplcndid passenger Btoamon:
TALISMAN,
STRONO ..Mister I ........ .Oerk
Leaves Every Monday at 4 P. H.
TYROMK,
HARMON ......Master ark
Leaves Every Thursday at 4 P. M.
JOHN LUMBDKN,
BAVI9 ..Master I Clerk .
Leaves Evernatnrdty at, 4 p. M.'
Through Bills Lading Given Yin. Ntuk.
vino aim t'airo raekeu ana
"Green Lino'"
To NasliTtlle, Chattanooga, Tenu.i Allan
In, t'tilmtibua, Rome, Macon, ft. Ualnoa,
Meat Point, Georgetown, Mlllcdgvllle,
Oit.i Kiifanlu, Ala. i Montgomery, Ala.i
(liarleaton, H. C.j Nelrua, Ala.; ajavanab,
(Is.) vVllmlngton, N. '.; ColumblM, .'., by
CUAs. T. HINDE,
iM3 clM
M1
EMPII16 & CINCINNATI
l , 1
1IENKV JONES, 1'rM'l.jjiAM J. 1IALH, H'yAl
i Composed of Hie following first else r
steamerK- - .
"ST-
ALICE IIKAV John flunk. Malta-
ROH'T H1IRNN FrsiikKtina
M.N KOI. A W. B. Miller "
MI.VKHmOUN ..Hen M. Merrielaa ,
NAM J. HAI,E.-.m,...W. V. 'lkr , "
Ona of thn abuvn splendid steamers leave Cairo fvr
Memphis every Tuesday anil Saturday, aad fur'Cla
clnnatl every Friday and eatunlay,
C1IAS. T, HINDE, Agent, Calre.ID.5r? '
OOise en Whar.beat. '
jgYANSVILLE AND OAntO
paoket ooxstXz.3ar"r'
Consutlnc of tho fol lowins?
Splendid Passenger Steamers: '
ARMADA,
DU80UCIIET Master FOWLER ..Ctect.
' Leaves Cairo Sunday ansl Thursday at I a s
QUICKSTEP, "
DEXTER...... Master ORAMMER.... Urk
Leaves Csure Tuesday and Friday at M '
OUHBEULAER.
,WM. A. LOWTU...alaater WR10UT .Jsrk
Laaves Calr Wednesday and Sat ur Jay at I p.ni.
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