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THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1809.J -
rnitMBHKD jiv john in oni:iaTr'& ''vuH-
M. II. HARKKLL, AKBOOIATJC EDITOR.
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llltaoi tfcntral R. R., CliiSte sjrjriinip.
The trains now leave sh follows :
rintN-ri KnitTlf t
KxPre " " ' 7;...)..'.::.i..'J...r2:p,
COMING SOUTH! . , ' .
Mail train arrived at...... 2 o'clock a.m.
Express " " :03 p.m.
War, lcue at. i..... ....,......;........... ::v)o'olooW a.m.-
Express, " ..;......,w..
Way, arritcs at.............
K press " ..
Dally, Sundays excepted
4il0.i ' pjn.
... 6:SQ " i.tn
,. 7l30 " a.m.
2A valuable diamond breast pin, dia
monds sett lu a goldcrosx. Tlio Under
will bo Uboraly rewarded by leaving
came at this ofllce. , at
i 1 1 1 i ii ii i
Klmt Clam Ilonrd Rtfta.-;
' Gentlemen can secure first class day
board at "Walker & SIssou'h restaurant
nt flvo dollnra per week. xnayliMw
fi A regular communication of JDolta
VLodgoNo.C08lV...ikA. jr. will bo
held nt Masonic Hall, this (Thursday)
ovonlng nt 7 o'clock. Work In M. M
degree. All members of the fraternity
In good standing cordially Invited.
Jt. Jkwett "WiCcox, Secy.
Ketf-lusr Wirt .Wnnttrii . "
Wanted Immediately. . uL the Urlck
Shirt Store, on Commercial avenue, one
store above 14th street, a young woman
who uudcrtauds running a sowing ma
chine ono that has had somo experience
in shirt making preferred. ,
royld3t B. McMahus.
Tho first class uso "Barrett's."
Peter Donlah saturated hU' body with
whisky last' Highland betrayal tho ef
fects so palpably that It became neces
sary to furnish him lodgings, jo the cala
boose. He came out this morning, a'ad
after ransacking all his pockets, found
money enough to pay his fine and ton
eeubt, over. r ,
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To-morrow the five hundred children
attending the public school, with n largo
delegation of adults, father, mother,
brother hUtore, will Join In. the , pic xilc
and basket dinner In the green hills aW
valleys of old Fort JefTerson the hand
somest, most picturesque pic nlc grounds
within a hundred miles of Cairo.
To-day has bem a dny preparation in
more thun half tho families of tho city,
the odor of baking chicken and rich
confections greeting ouo's nostrils nt
every turn, to say nothing of boiling'
ham, pastrlcH, etc. -
A gay and feellvq Uuiu will, the child
ren have, no doubt, but scarcely more
pleu.il ng than h their, plwwuro ofuntjol-i
patlon. Tho boat will leavo nt h
Old men use "Barrett's." ,
,4BarrettV" Warranted Hair 'lSehldra-,
rishjiunsi.;,!- ,V .! .' ;
Save your ' lives and proptrtyj. A.
Fraser is agent for tho copper scroll light
ning rod company and will till all orders
promptly. Coll at once audhav.o them
put on your buildings. T,his 4,thpi0st
and safest rod now made.' Shop on Com-i
merclal avenue, between Eleventh and'
Twelfth street. opl21d3nx
Two well lthowhr residents of Eighth
street, beyond Walnut, passed angry
words to-day, wlocn ono of thorn secured
his revolver and pursued tho other, ev
idently resolved upon bloody mischief
The affair, we hope, will result Jn noth-.
ing more serious than a lawsuit. ,
Rtmercd-A. K. Whltlaker'a Ortsa
Mr. A. R. Whlttaker hereby announces
to his friandVaad patroni that he has re
moved from his old stand to Ford's build
Ing, two doors above, whero ho will be
"pleased to see and wait upom bit .old,
customers, auriug them that his stock
of drugs are unsurpassed for quality and
and variety. f myl7dtf (
BUI Gould, a chronic offender, was
brought before the bar of Suannessy's
court this" morning; to answer for a hos
tile attack upon1 the mansion of one Mrs;
Carpenter," a" colored 'ladyrt William
hoisted his stogas through the door and
created a smash that promled for the
moment to bring the house down: A
half-hour UUr the aecuned- handedaLhe
jailor a little, paper, which proved to be
Ills own mittimus, requiring his Incarce
ration in the calaboosu durluc the pterin
of nine days. 11
Gus.(luuse.o)r jlug that a "small
mackeVej!)y)ug "(ho bottom of our
warket:biwkt"UUimornlug, gave us the
prenyls of rather a slim dluner, seized
t ho aforesaid, basket and crammed It ful
ofBHapeaniy yonga potatoes, young
cabbages, edeurab'ors, beSts, lettuce, rail,
dishes, and a llberarsample of soveral
other kinds of fresh Vegetables which
ho dally provides for JitftcustomorH r
Wheu you go 6 miarkt it is wof ti
while to hunt out Althouse's stand..
not only keeps fresh vegetables,
tender dressed chic-kens, splendid buttef,
excellent dried! fruits, .'nnds.qUiW Wery
thlng else, excopt fresh meats, essential
in thj get,p of a "qi)aro meal." t
. p,LUU,;CIWNNATI EagJ '
.JbjJiltrker may 12.1 w
St, Louis la,er beer, tl&rtiaitiJCgh
bio nml PHrest.brand In tho olty, ma ho
It behooves every cltiten. .of Cairo to
be on band next Saturday at the meet
bWcVerwiiticd gfeat things tot Cairo;.
the next two or three years to come.
On last -Friday this qonipany com
menced, a.bout a half-d'osen' -citizens of
CXliti Rhd thlrty.seven of old Kentucky
and Missouri's? substantial men, and on
next Saturday we wish to seo tho house
crowded! If do, Twill 'VetttuW to say
that in three years this company will
have a whole square built up with brick,
one-story high, tin-roof, iloor to hold to
bacco above dampness, where it can lie
at owners' risk and not spoil ; where the
drayman can drive hi and unload and
oad up, in tho same bouse; where the
insurance companies can take a risk and
thereby mako money; where tho hotel
man can meet hU frlond and make a
dollar; whero the steamboat, ferryboat
and wharfboatmen can meet, trade and '
mako cacli other's acquaintance; where
the merchant can make -trade, and sell
tobacco for his friends or customers, for
cash; as tobacco sales will bring and
support buyors both In person and by
ugenclcs, which Will bring all of the
above stated results; and in a short time
we will boo tobacco men hero renting
houses or purchasing, for the purpose of
rehaudllug tobucco, receiving und stor
ing and shipping to New Orleans, Bre
men, New York, Baltimore, Cincinnati,
Louisville, St. Louis and Chicago, n the
case may be; and large tobacco factories
will bo started here for the purpose of'
manufacturing plug tobacco, 'flue-cut,
smoking, cigars, snuff", etc.- All of this
will bo done- l.,tbe..citlzeiiH of Cairo will
oome out, anil their trade will revive
and grow. W. P. James.
ir tae Vc.
Bead what Marshal Bnmbrlck has to
ay on the dog question. On and after
the 1st proximo the canine species will
be subjected to double 'danger the pen
alty of death, under the mayor's procla
mation, ox appearing in the streets with
out fTmur.zle, and death for appearing
In Ujc HtrcetB without the "Ub" that In
dicates a payment of the tax imposed by
ordinance. The muzzle will hot savoi
them, If ound without the lab, and th
tab-will not save them if found without'
the muzzle. ,
I'libllc (hMl ricnlc
Tho pupils of the public school
givea-Meamlwat excursion, piculc and.
buskeUdlnner on Friday next
, TI19 large steamdr Underwriter, whoso
spaclo'uilcablu and.guard9 furplshqmpio
room for a tuousaud ncrsous. has bce'n
employed, ard wlil'lenVe the Callfq
wharf at 0 o'clock a.m., for tha grouads,
at Fort Jefferaon, making only one trip
.during the day,Sho Tarouij(j
Island No, 1, n Hording tho party u view
of tho beautiful island scenery.
Adults will be charged 50 cents each
for thoround trip. Children not belong.
Ing to the public school, will be charged
I 25 cents. mylTdld)
, Until you have visited Messrs. Elliott)
, Haythorn & Co.'s don't say .that, voil
.Uftn',t).upp..y yourself and. famJly- with
boots and shoos! 'iueso gentlemen Keep
ds large, and certainly as varied a stock
as can bo found In the State of Illinois
outside of Chicago, and what they have
not got you wllbhaveA1 good time or it'?
finding elsewhere. . In fhe lino, of ladles?
and iqtwes' shoos they are utlerly unsurf
p'kss'able-at'least the frfdietf'all lay.'o,
And'Uianew Installment Just, received!
Go look at It. It embraces some ot the
-neatest, moat unique" 'la3.es' sfioeiniiat
AvWcVer'brbirKnt to WtfdytidA mi
and boys are equally wel jrqvl.ded tor.
Au eye is kept after tho wants of U
kinds ef etateaaerl,' ho, U yoW can't; find
what "yon want In the house of Messrs.
E. II. &C)., your jvan must be, rcry pe
culiar. . . . It
By buying yourgrocerics of J. H. Metcnlf,
who keep a largo aotUttatitpckpf tho best
family luppltes, and cells cheaper than .tho
chapeti"No.1 334 Washington avenuo, op
'poiite the court boiue. maritf
Beat! f ltr. A.-U. WkituUurt A
Our readers will receive with mixed
feelings of 'surprise' and1 sorrow the an,
nouaeeraeBt of the death of Mr. Albert
R.. Wblttaker, for many yeani a citizen
of Cairo, pursuing the avppafion of
druggist. Ha 4IedatrBolaekUk mor
ning "of conjestloli of thotrJinaeh,1 his,
case defy lag the moat skillful treatment or
our physicians and devoted attentions
or his relative's, ills remains will be
conveyed by the morning -train to
KaueafllieOttlo; the residence or his
parents. ' ' '
'Mi'.'SVhlftak'at'the timeoJhlB deatj
was 86 years of age, in the very prime
life j'an'd', 'when we saw him a' few days
ago seemed mauy years removed frra
tiauflnalend we Jiave annou.ncd. Ife
was well known Tn the community, was
of a companionable 'turn,- arid enjoyed
the friendship of those forming the large
WIokDevore, at the head pf an indus
trious gang of men, is tlolng" g'ood'jier
vlce omtho rsidoytallw'? EMerypltIzorf
will applatultitje.Ae,trP3inatIon to make
the present sidewalks last as long as pon-
.slble,atfeur tax-payerftaro by.aio jneans
peuau in vvup.srucuHK un
Levee, .isuriifslIeU'wl(h ttieilalestifllyl
nt tables, und the bar sunolled wlth-tho
moat excellent liquors. Free luuch is
ing of the Cairo Planters' Tobacco Ware
house Coiiipany, afUeAtbc1iMmxaFll
At the meeting of citizens held In
Philharmonic Hall, lust night, it was
determined to observo Memorial day,
by a decoration or the soldiers' graves at
Mound City qn the 2qthjust(, ,
In furtherance of this purpose tho fol
lowing commitloes of arrangement
wereaipolnted:. t "X" jr
Mrs. P.H. Pope, chairman ; Mr. NV. J.
Allen, Mrs, Dr. .Wardncr, Mfa. Ceorgo
D; Williamson, Mrs. HHiCandeo, Mrs.
1). Hurd. Jim. AV. P. Halliday, MUs Ella
Stone, Allss Imbgehe Steblh, Miss Kate
Yocum, Miss Mary Halliday .
Col, john Wood, chairman: Messrs.
James(3. .Kcarden, 0. It. Woodward, C.
H. Foote, Samuel R. Hay, H. P, Qoodall,
Claiborne Winston, M. B. Harrell, John
W. Trover, J. B. Fulton, S. P. Wheeler,
John Jackson, H. H. Cnndce, C, D. Ar
ter,Cftsper Yost and F. Bross.
Tho ladles and gentlenon nameU In
tho nbovo commlttco nro requested to
meet at tho office of Munn & Pope, room
18, Winter's block, on Friday evening,
May'sist, at 'half-past seven o'clock.
Frank Goatco was fined $5 by 'Squire
Bliannessy, yesJcrday, for fighting ono
Mr. Fltzg6rald. Goatee cross-fired this
mornlng..and caused tho arrest of Fitz
gerald for striking Mm.' The ovldenqe
was to tho effect that Goatee had domi
neered over Fitzgerald the whole day,
struck hlni with Ills whip, and, at the
moment of tho striking complained of,
shoved him angrily and pursued him
with his clenched lists. At this instant
Fitzgernld flungapelcoof iron bolt which
struck Goatee In the back of the head,
lasceratlng the scalp, but not knocking
hiia..ddivri. Fitzgerald being a weak,
leklv man. then took to bis heels and
concealed himself, subsequently causing
the arrest and punishment of Goatee,
as above stated. Upon this evidence,
Fitzgerald was fined '$5 and costs; the,
'Sauire holding that Fitzgerald and
hot Goateo, Waa guilty of the assault
Cicrraan LuttacrUa rllval mm Eater-
The festival and Entertainment at
Washington Hall, ou Monday evening,
tho 24th instant, In the interest of the
German Lutheran church, promises to
"be a vory interesting affair. Over two
hundred beautiful and useful articles will
bo disposed of, orather given away, to
ticket holders, tco cream, soda wotcr
and all kinds of refresh raunta will bo ob
taluable in the room. A lino band of
music will lend tho charm of sweet
sounds to the occasion, and should nny
f ,)arty ekct t(, joln Jn tl datJC0 cur.
talnh'Jio objection cnu Iw made.
AdmUslou, gentlemen 25ceuts; ladies,
and children uccompunicd by their pa
rents, free. mylOdtd,
nfre received dally at Louis Herbert's
restaurant, 05 Ohio Levee. moyl2-lVf
CatroyrUuilcr! Twijacco XKartbttUMc Cof
There will bo a meeting of tho stock
holders of tho Cairo Planters' Tobacco
Warehouse company In tho Athcneum,
Jn Cairo, on Saturday, May 2d, 1869, at
eleven o'clock n:m., foVthe purposo or
electing a president nnd three directors,
to verve uutll the second Monday In
January, 1810, as provided by the char
ter, and for other business.
W. P. Halliday,
K. H. Ousmsanxu,
' The little girl "whoso name .escaped
us," reminds ua by means of another and
a very elegant boquet, with her eard
attached, that her name la Miss Matilda
"Wallace. Thank again. '
Prof. B. O. Hewitt, fbroaerly, of the
nilnola State Normal University, and at
this tlmo Btate agent for Quyot's Geo
graphical aeries, arrived In the city this
morning; au.d, during, the day, visited
our schools. As a lecturer" Prof. H. has
few equal in the northwest.
If you want a good stove, or tin ware
Iiollow-waro, copper or sheet-iron ware,
tin roof, gutter, or anything In that Hue,
call on A. Fraser, Commercial avenue,
beteen Eleventh and Twelfth street,
where he lias moved to, and fitted up the
largest .and most complete 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.
Port LUt ter tht il -ManWl KikHmk mt
r. m .
Gen. Anderson, Comm.; Win. White, Paducah.
Virginia, New Orleans! Jno. W, Garritt, Ittt. ,
CuBiberland, KraJiu'ltJe! , JWIle Memphla, MemphU;
llUippl,NeOrlean, 1 -
Win. While, radiicali
VIIKIUIU, (.IIIIISI IliC, ullhDi.
Cumberlktid, Evuivltle; llelleMemtihU,
Ino. Oarrltt.Ht. I.oul.,
The weather continues clear aud.lHxbo
coming rapidly warmer.. . It .makes us j
shlVe'r to think of th6' sultry 'days that (
will dawn upon us iu a week oc1vd. 1
Tho Mlsslsslsppr is slowli' Weeding itt ;
St. Louis .but is declining rajnfdly 'aluovo !
' (VIIVLuLa lrl.nM n..jr. ..-.tail j '
it xjontou Hnu lor iuue uuwunuiti
river is ono foot higher than ut this time
l lastyeatv , r A,
The Ohio la declining at Pittsburg with
about 5 feetlO in channel but is .stlli
swelling slowly at Louisville.
Herthrlvpr,hi nfallononiQ 1" ja.i7m Mfcavj. t
jh'es ln tho"pastVhouw. ! rJfflf
The Virginia brought (10 hhds sugar for '
cntago iritluMts h" fair' -iat assorted
of lurabor, for St. LouUv und about 30
tons assorted freight for other point.
Tho Wm. White, Capt. Northern, is
tho regular Cairo and Paducah papket.
Tho Armada, CapL Gus. Dousouohot,
s .. (he regular Cairo and Eyansville
packet this evening. .
The. John Lumsden, .Captain ."DaVls is
tlio NaBhvlllo packet to 'day. , "
T1io Belle Leo cleared from New Or-
leans on tho 10th.
"Barrett's" is not a dye.
Barclay Brothers Barrett's agents,
Cairo,' Illinois. my 10 d&wlw
"Barrett's" produces but one shade.
rTTiWtnpn 11 1.. n..l ..1 da ..t-
yV nnd City Pcrlp nt cents on (lio I6llnr, for nil
kiiim or j.umurr and uunucrs' sintori
W. W. THOItNTON.
"TTOIt RENT. Th titflc" on th fipcond floor,
term. Apply it Miller Nlllfr'n.
over JM liter x MMIrr'a elatlilnx Ktorr,
-ff,j.Hvlng underiono thorough rcpnin,
iniidytn iixciiriilon tuu'tici wid nicnlc. Tow'tie,
jnliblns, lifting, wrecking, pumping nnil nlinoaC hny
thine that cnu ixs Uonj-t)y any uteomlioyt. Kor psr-
tlciilaM PPy on eoara ino uou. ncan 01 r.izmn Rirrci,
to nSdtri 11. W. DUOAN.
Q W. GRKEN,
1 -uccrn.or to l- Aint, (rcea is (.o.,)
Gr 3Q 33T T
General Commission Mertkanl,
AX SALE NOTICE.
To ElliaUlIi T. Holbroolc, Clurlc J. Lower)'. Jolui 8,
T. Ingrahani, truatec of tha riUto of DatIiim
II. Jlolbrook, dcea.ed, John Corcorn ud till
other whom Uiin may conceni :
Tou. and cacti of you, are hcrqMr notlflnd that at
the aale of city lot, at tho door of tlio court bouao,
In the city of Cairo, In tli county of Altxubdor anil
State of llllnoir, on tho 10th day of Drcembrr, a. i.
UC7, for tho cily taira of aald city of Cairo, due and
unpaid fpr the year 18CT, I Ucamo tho pnrchaaer of
the followlni; dcacrlbcd lot, altuaU In the city of
Cairo, county of Alexander and titatu of Illlnol',
which raid lot wm aold In the nmc of D. 11. llol
brook' elat :
Lot No. 7, in Mock numbered SF, In the city o
At the tain ul, on the day and placit oforcMtld,
and for tho amq taxci aforoald, duo and unpaid for
tho year ltC7, C. Wlntton bccami the pnrchaer
the iollowinir deacrllied lot, ultuated in the city of
Cairo, county of Alexander and fitato of Illinois
which lot was aold In the nanic of D. 11. Holbronk'H
ct4te, to-xrtt ?
Lot No. f , in lllock Nv. 1. In tint city of Gdro,
who duly ulgiied aald crrtltlcntc of Juircliaic to tho
And that the tlmn Kiron hv law for the redemption
. f th above decril.Hil city lotn, nnd each of them nil
r-tirchiied a) aforeiudd on the llUi dny.of, DecenttX.T,
lSiJT, will exnlroon tho 10th day of IleccmW. l((0,
nnd that unlc oouer redeemed, I alioll apply f-r
n deed for tho possesion of the wme.
I). W. HAMLIN, l'ltrcliwcr.
Cairo, niinolr, ) 7, 1W. ... mylOdCw
Vnliinblo Ilvunem Ijta, Ktc JKlc ,
Ix mniltha, at (tin corner nt Itoane and Water Mrecta,
In COl.UMllUd, KKNTIOKV, on the lid day of June!
lfW. comniencliiK at 0 o'clock n.m.andcontlniilnit till
la nt mi
all old. '
ONK riWELLlMi IIOl'SK AN LOT, iwlieio T..M,
llorno now rc.Ucj..)
ONE TIIHnE-STOnT llltlCIC IlfSINE- IIOl'SK
AMI LOT on Water Mreet, (lately oocu(.iel by T. ,M.
Three blank lota on Ito.tne street.
ONIMlALK OK 1IKIOK lli;8IMrf 1IOU8K. Hire
atoriet. on Water street, occupied by lilngo t Co., at
grteery. " ' "
ONK-FIFTII COLUMBUS WATEIt WOHItSt
All Mna in Columbus, Ky,, and brlouglnj; to eYtaie
of T. JI. llorno, tiankrupt.
Further irtlcular made know nut sale, or inquire
l'liiCAh, Ky, of . M. IIIOOKH.
mrOTulatd Asslences of T. M. Home.
mhiI WntblBiflon Avenue
" Keeps ou hand tho celebrated, Crano, X Hrcedit and
Itaymou'df metalllt eirlal case. ' t
Alio, Mack Tflycr, Walnutoi'stalnedcofliniiiuade to
order, at Tery low prices.
Mr, Keith performs hi own work, t-eiug a practical
coftln maker, and Ii therefore able to sell cheaper than
anybedyelse. my 3m
PIANO AND SEWING, MACHINES.
T C. CARSON,
PIANOS AND ORGANS
WMKBUCK s WIUISN'M
I wish to Inform the citliym pf Cairo and adjoining
countrri that I am now- r '
Plnnua, ra-MBS,NMa Wheeler Wilson'
Rent deducted ftom tho purchaso prico until paid iu
, . .J . t. ,,. .
. r. r w ui'i - -
fall mill Leurit PartlcHlars.
Veii obtaining lllstl
ids llirouli my agency I
1 1 . X i
RKOUL.(lt'T,;fAIli.l3HKD Ucfo ",
AuU Ul aavd ,rlht and the jjjiuo oif, tuulus
' - l'orfeat.luererv way. . .1
j. c. cABHoar.
. HINDE'S COLUMN.
.... I ,w
F01tWAKIHN(i ANI COM3IIM8IOX
CA11U TKANSFJBIl COMPANY
ThroiiKU II 1 1 1 or I.nillng
Avnllnlilr. I'oInU Iiy Hal
clvrn tn all
I or AVater.
ir-sl'KCIAI. ATTENTION TO K0KWAUD1N0,
1 . JS
AIKO AND NKW OtLKANU. '
ATIjANTIC AND MISSISSIPPI .
STEAMSHIP CO MP A. NY
COMPHOitlSK LINK STO.UIKBS
to . v
ysr as 7tr o itl Xa oe j. 3r
W.K. AllTIIUIl JONI-, Jfaater, .
I.ADV tl.VV....... ....-IllJltI, Master, u
KUTII --I'EOILVJI. ilaster,
PAULINi: CAUIlUI.l.. Will IK, Naaier,
HIHMAUCK -..KNTItlKKN, Master
I.I7.ZII: UILI..-......n.JM:iL, Master,
COMMOXWKAI.TII ,.....CONLY. Muter,
OIjI VK BUANCU ......-.JUNl-y, Master,
COSTIXKSTAb GKIUJNQUUII Mast'r
IlKEAT iiEruiirau.....u().Aiiuau, Piaster
MISHIHHIPI'I (JltKEN, Master,
TIIOMPHON nEA.......rKri'EIt, Muter,
MOL.ME AUI.K .......A1ILE, Master.
Comprising all the finest and largest boat out of St.
Onoofthenboo lino of steamer
Will leave Cairo for New 0rlcans every
Connecting at New Orleans with Ocean Lino of Hteam
LlTtrpool, Sev York, noitou, ami Oslrti-
Pafacnaetn and fchlpperacan rely on ono of tlieae
boata leatiim Cairo pnnclually.a iJovo. lllpay
Kirtlcular attention to all way freights .below Metnphli
New Orleans. C1IA3. T. HINUE,
Ocneral AKent, Cairo.
Oflke, on Wharfboat, l'uNIo Laading.
TirEMPIIIS AND ST. LOUIS
The Wlowlni: lloali i?omprlio thla Line and will
run In tho fullowi w: order i
Arrive at Cairo,
UKU.EHT. LOUIS, 'Tiiday,5 p.inffatnnlayl sm
CITTOI'CAIUO. (Thursdays jt.tn
Monday. 1 ' sum
11ELLK MlUll'llIS, Saturday, 5p.m
(Arrive at Culto,
cirr oh ai.ton.
1 a. an
Kridaj-, .1 jmu
feimdiiy, 5 p.ni
WoJntd'y 1 a.sn
ii ' W
Connecting at St. Louiswrih
Xortliern Line Packet Company,"
KeohiiU Packet C'oiiiiiniiy,
OniHlia Packet Comimny,
nnd Various llnllruaa, Lines.
At MeropliU with
MeiHjJiU nuil White Hirer Packet Co.j
Arkiinsaa Itlver X'ackct Couipaiiy.,
?IeuiiIil niitt Cliarlciton H. Hi",
and ?Ulslji;il Ai'I'eiiiiessee lt.lt
At VlclaburgHith ,
Yatoo Hlvcr Packets, and ,'
TIckalntrK Meridian Railroad,
Giving throuch billi lading ami tickets to all available
l-olntaby ran or river. ....
1 ' i;iLVS. T. HINDI, General Aeanl?
.Olllee ou WharMwat.
ED. K. til&nON, Tiukot and IWener Agillt. ;
J-ASIIVILLF. AND CAIRO
SS'V ConjliUng of tuo follow.iag
Master HARI'EHm. -iCIeik
-Staler I WtHIW..(
DAVIS . ..... Mauler L'AVU...N .Cleok
Making all IntermonlateWdlngs, and glTingTVfcc'
attention to way business.
C1IAU. T. IIINDK, Ooneral AgBOl.
rtecSl 'Uit Oltlco on .yharfboftL
EMPIIIS, -V1IITK ltlVKU Jf AND
v mm w -w it A f w s- tx
VMTED STATES MAIL LINE. ,
JOHN B. DAVIS, Bap't, Memphis, Tenarase-.
Tho aplonulu slde-wbeel
MAYVfuOWBK, COMMKHCIAL and
IilSKUVl NO. 51,
Leaie Memphis every TUKP.V, TTIUttSDAYaDd
n. i uiiii. iiiiui
HATURDAr, at 0 p.m., for Whlto Hirer, eonneetfuKat
Duvall'a llli.irirllli tlio Memuhla and Little Koek lull.
road for Little Hoclc and Itot eprinc". Time from
Memphis to Ltttlo Rock, 4a houra.
Kreiuhls and riuaongcrii receipted orer tho nboie
Lhie at lower rates than any other route.
CHA8. T. JIINDE, Agenl, CuIrO, 111.
Olllee tm Whsrf.boal.
VANSVILLK AND OAIKO
)ffr,k Cbntlailng of tho following
i JttJHfcig&Spitd'uta, xmiwger htcawcrst
DUSqVCHEr, -Master KOVLEIt.r..... ..Clerk
'(jaTO CJIr0 gtuiday And Thursday at 5 p.m.
Xenvis vJirp Tuiuuay aim i riiaym p.ui,
"W ' UTTMHKMIiAND '
WM. ArWWTHwMartrf WRI6HTU:it5i"..'I.CIrk
Learea Cairo Wedneadrtyand ftturday asUrSi.m.
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;r . .Cairo cirr caiho iuiuu
HAraoA vfitAgrBOAr.' x
QIIAS. T. HINDK, , tl '
a4'-4 t o)tM4itij a as a
r luaKinz an iniorismisiaf i.inuina
:ticiustatleultlt' le lake tt
rnim.l;iti!Wtlki?r & Slsson's. Ohio Lov
Tho Cumberland brought out J fqe
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