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GRAVE ROBBER CAUGHT.
Tbemot .Hceewrul pave robber of the day I
DR LINM.KY. Bymeawi of bin Wood Searcher
ba ba. obK-d tho grave of core. h . fdy ln
of Scrofula. Conamnpuon. Ktamtlm. Md
meao,Cancerou. Formation., 1 amor, fcr pe
lt, Jaundice. Fever and Aifne. and General 1 ebll
V The blood I. the life, and Dr. Unl' Wood
marcher I. the (treat lift' preserver, t.. U. lub bird.
Hammleu, Ohio, av: "Cleveland pbiUaii
Sl'i my wife dylim of eoMumptlon. Bjtho
0.0 of Dr. Llnilfpy "ll1 f,,,',rt,' '? ,l'n,?ni,fU
Stored to hfallh." J. K. Brook. Puluvllle, Oh lo,
lava- "My .on a afflicted with crofula of the
Xt lorn!, and pronounced Incura Me by eyer.l
nhvlcian HI. 1 He ' aved by the use l JT.
tlndTy '. BI..od Searcher." A Tumor growlue on
my bead wa. completely cured by the 1,r'
Llndlcy'. Wood Searcher. S. barver. 1 "
Roll. Pimple on the face, halt Rheum, oia
ore. and all Cutancon Emotion ";PPr I Ike
made when the Wood Seanlu'rl ucd. heetl ut
mir name I. on tl.o bottom of the wrapper, tor
nale bvull I)riii;lHt. , m.u.h v,
K. E. SLLELUS ii CO.. Tfop r. nttnurgh. I a.
J II. BRYANT, M. D.
OFFICE: Eighth and Wellington Avenue.
RESIDENCE :-Corncr Nineteenth and Wash
II. MAREAN, M. P.,
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
W1rn 1.W Commercial avenno. Heidence corner
Fourteenth St. and Washington avuuuo, Cairo,
-jy n. sjiith, 3r. d.
OfHce and Residence:
21 THIRTEENTH STKfclsr. CAiuu. il.h.
R. E. W. WIIITLOCK,
Omcs-No. W. Cofnmcrctal Avenue," between
Etehth and Ninth Street
R. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICE-Eizhta Street, near Commercial Avcnnc.
JIXEGAR & LANSDEN,
OFFICE No. 113 Commerctal Avenue.
MUTUAL AID SOCIETY.
"IDOWS' AND ORPHAN'S'
Mutual Aid Society.
Comer of Seventh t. and Commercial Avenue.
vr ioa hours:- to is K-tyk 8.m., 1 10 6 and
THV.Q.AH LEWIS, Se ary
TIIE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICIAL PAFEItOF ALEXANDER COUNTY
Only Morning: Daily in Southern Illinois.
binxAt. Own. I
Cxtno, III., May RUST.!
Time. I- Thur. Hum. Wind. Yel. Weather.
H: m 2!U! r,7 79 NE. . Flr
'j.nnp.m w.w 81 so Mi. ! Fair
16 " tfl.W SI 7 SE. 7 Fair
.Maximum Temperature. M; Minimum Tern-
V. II. KAY.
Serg't Signal Corim, U. 8. A.
Mr. r.ttit gives his last reception next
Mrs. Y. E. Deal, of Vicnnn, is in the
city, visiting Miss Augusta Schuli.
John Oladc has opened new meat
shop on Eighth street in Bosch's building-
Grand reception at the Rink next
Wednesday, which will he the last chance
for a grand skate and dance.
Circuit court adjourned yestcsday to
enable the members of the bar and the offi
cers ot the court to attend the funeral of
George Wise has put up a "patent fan
m Ins barber fliop flint insures Ins patrons
freedom from flies, and a cool shave in the
The colored funeral proceesion that
moved from Commercial avenue and Ninth
street yesterday, was that of a colored child
named Emma Lovctt.
Bishop Baltes, of Alton, will visit
' Cairo, it is said, on or about the 2nd day of
next month, and remain with his people
here two or three days.
Mr. William Blandvelt, a young gen
tleman from New York, lias arrived in the
city, ami will take his place in tho Circuit
Clerk's office as deputy to Mr. John A.
Hinklc & ThlstlcwoofV. team took an
other wild daU, yesterday evening, but
brought up In front of the Planter's naloon,
unharmed and without having Inflicted
We publish else whoro the funeral no-
tice of Miss Page, deceased. The yountr
lady died at the home of her Bister, near
the convent, Monday morning nt half-past
Foot racing is becoming quite a popu
lar meanB ot pastime among Cairo youths.
A match race, was run on the course outside
the Mississippi levco Sunday, that drew
quite a crowd to the ground.
For "the most delicious strawberries,
the larsrest and most tX)thsou.e wt have
seen tbU season, we have to thank Mr. and
Mm. Dr. Maroon, who secured thu berries
from the beds of Mr. Ooe, of Villa Ridge.
,Tho announcement of Judge R. W
"McCartney can bo found in this paper under.
the proper head. lie is a gentleman who
cnlovi the unbounded confidence of his
friends and is laid to possess a mental tem
perament and culture that especially adapts
him for the position he leeks. He is nink-
., , , ..i .1...
int? a vt crorous canvass ami win aouuuess
command the undivided pupport of tho party
to which lie belongs, j
This beins ascension week services
will be held at the Church of the Redeem
er, on Tuesday 7 a. m. and 4 p. m,; Wed
nesday 10 a. m. and 7 p. m. and Thurs
day, ascension day, 1 :30 a. m. and 7tf p.m.
-Judge 0. A. Ihrkcr was in the city
yesterday, circulating among our free, en
lightened and incorruptible sovereigns
quite extensively. Tho Judge can scarcely
fail to make a good impression wherever
Notice was given from the altar of St.
Patrick's church, last Sunday, of the mat
rimonial designs of Mr. Ambrose ryatt and
Miss Jennie Susanka. The names of
another couple was called, but our infor
mant's memory didn't retain them.
Alex Frothingham & Co., brokers, 12
Wall street, New York, make careful in
vestments for customers, in sums of $ 2' to
$100, which frequently pay ten or twenty
times the amount invested. Their Weekly
Financial Report, sent free, gives full in
formation. Sarah Williamson 13 the name of the
colored woman, who becoming excited with
Reynolds' devils broth yesterday, became
verv troublesome to her neighbors, where
upon Frank "Sugars" as the colored people
are wont to call him, pulled her in, and
Father Lame's carpenter shop was en
tered again Sunday night, and, as was the
case on former occasions, a lot of tools were
carried away. It is quito probable that
the tools were used soon afterwards in ef
fecting entrance to the Doering barber shop
and Mike O'Donnoll's saloon.
The funeral procession of Miss Anna
Page will leave the residence of her sister,
corner of Twenty-first and Walnut
street, at 10 o'clock to-aay, for St. Patrick's
chnrch. from whence, after service, the
body will be conveyed to Villa Ridge for
burial, tin; remains and attending friends
going out in carriages.
The skating rink Laving returned
from Charleston, there will be one more
grand reception on Wednesday evening,
followed by a social dance. The doors and
windows will' be thrown open, making it
cool and pleasant. So all can have a good
time skating and dancing, Admission as
usual. Dancing fifty cents, ladies free.
One of the best rifle shots of which
wo hove lie-.. , ft (bV( WMthat
made by Mr. Stephu. p' Snlunl
last. Taking aim at a . . ,
poised before a flower at least sixty
distant, he cut the little creaf lire's head off
without disturbing a feather of its body.
To hit such an object at all, is a wonderful
We give place, to-day to the announce
ment of Judge Ilarker, who declares him
self a candidate before the people for the
office of Circuit Judge. The Judge is a
gentleman of good ability, of great per
sonal popularity, and possesses the faculty
of winning the respect of all whom he
meet3. He has served a short time on the
bench, and seems-to have given very gen
eral satisfaction. He will, we dare say, ex
hibit considerable strength, especially in
the lower end of the circuit.
Between the hours of 1 land 2 o'clock
yesterday morning, a burglar effected an
entrance into Mike o'Connell's saloon, on
Commercial avenue near Twentieth street
and when Mikeopcned shop about 5 or C
o'clock he found the floor covered with hnlf
burned matches, and the following articles
missing: a thousand cigar, a box of plug
tobacco, a revolver, a lot of ale in bottles,
and several other articles of less value. At
the corner of Twentieth the burglar strip
ped the box from the tobacro, and threw
Charley Glass, the colored man who
killed Newman Nofgs, last winter, was in
formed yesterday, or the doath of his
mot Iter. Mrs. Mulviua Wright Glass. She
died in Hopkinsville, Ky., on Saturday.
Glass was deeply moved and gave wny to
tears and groans that indicated the deepest
sorrow. When he was brought before tho
bloody body of the man whose head he had
mashed to a pomice, lie was so utterly in
different that the bystanders concluded lie
was iron-clad to every human impulse. It
seems, however, that the fellow is not
We have been assured that the item in
lusf Thursday's paper, referring to tlie eject
ment ol a widow woman Irom tho house
she occupied because of her inability to pay
rent, was founded in the main, upon w
roneoiiB information. The woman to whom
we referred was made a widow by the yel
low fever lust summer, mid we hrul no
A I ...
otner purpose in car.injr attention to her
alleged straits, than to enlist in her behalf
the good offices of our kindly disposed peo
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I'll-. i-uviTiy i.i not u crime, ere It ho
Cairo would teem with criminals from one
year's end to another.
-Mr. and Mrs. II. W. Cole, who live
near Barnum, In the Htato of Iowa, nre
in a statu of distracting suspense concern
ing tlie tate of their daughter Eva, who
K'lthoino in the fall of 170. 8ho wroto
homo from tViro in July 177, stating That
mIiu would, lu a day or two, revpnnd to an
invltatii.i, to go to Belle Plalne, Illinois.
Since that time Mm pnientH have h0,ird'
nothing from her, all their letters addressed
to Cain, having beer, ivtunu'd to them,
THE DAILY fiAIRO BULLETIN;
i oot called for." Eva is now, if
,:..!.. .taut 25 years of ago, medium
hoi. ht, brown curly hair oml dajk hazel
, i.i Im an net ot christian
eyes, it "UU1U "v . ,.
kindness in any one who knows anything
the missing girl, to wnte to tlie
distracted parents at Barnum, or the editor
nf t i.a r.nzette. at Fort Dodge, Iowa. It is
in response to a humane impulse, and not
for pay, that we publish this paragraph.
Last evening several of the intimate
friends of Mr. Thos. Lovctt presented Jiim
nni.l.l,rAi1id rnne at tho Mvstic Krew
t fc.v. ,
hall. At tho time of the presentation Mr.
Lovett was engaged in bronzing and decor-
atinz the new hall, but he was equal to the
surprirc his friends expected and responded 8tomacU- Tjut a few tlfty9 ag0 )ie Wftg with
in a grateful speech. Mr.Cundiff made the US) jmlo 0nd vigorous, jovial and light
presentation and complimented Mr. Lovett icartej wjti, wi,at mmci t0 t,e a stronir
on his work and exertions for the welfare i
of thfft institution. To-night the Krew will
meet for the first timo in tho new hall.
The action.ot the Greenback conven
tion, held in Marion, the other day, iiuli-
cates very clearly that the delegates pres-
cnt nut politics out of sight, and decided to
unite unon those candidates for Circuit
Judo-e who are, by universal consent, the
oblest in the field, viz: Lansden Browning
and Crawford; The Greenback vote of
the circuit, as shown by the election last
fall, is 3,443. The determination cf the
convention to consolidate that vote as nearly
as may be upon the candidates named,
will, if Democrats do their dutv. elect
them by a majority ot 2,000 votes.
About one or two o'clock yesterday
morning several shots were fired in rapid
succession in the vicinity of Swoboda &
Schultz's "Sharp corners." Officers Cain
and Duncker promptly repairing to the
spot, and seeing no one abroad, concluded
that the firm'' was notmns more than a
arm greeting extended to the feline vo
clists of that neighborhood, that are out
every night and all night, sixty and seventy
in a gang, giving nocturnal concerts,
About the same hour the report ot fire arms
fired in quick succession, was heard by
Olmsted and Wilson in the vicinity of
Fifth and Commercial. The wherefore was
It is one of the rcsprehensibleand intol
erable characteristics of lemale nature that
as soon a3 the handsome, smart and attrac
tive young feminine lias bloomed into wo
manhood, and becomes the admired of all
admirers, she gives herself over to the sole
care and keeping of some paroquet
snouted, grum and jealons specimen of mas
culinc humanity, and thus renders contin
ued admiration, or rather tlie expression of
it, on the part of other fellows, improper
and, at times, hazardous. Why don't
young women remain single and enjoy tlie
fc'icious attentions and admiring glances
of tho mcn( ,IS long as they can?
It is tie enough to surrender
to one man when tho dear creatures
have arrived nf that stase of ex'itcnc"
where they can't carry captive the hearts of
more than one. We haven't a word to say
against married life. It's the very tiling
for old people whose aches and stiff joints
require frequent poulticing; but for young,
buoyant, bounding youth especially for
good-looking young girls, it is it is well,
its not the thing! If we were n handsome
light-hearted young lady (as we arcagcntle
man) and some selfish masculine should
come along and insist upon taking us away
from the world and all its opportunities for
enjoyment, to burden us with the cares and
responsibilities of married life, we'd be
guilty of the very unlady-likc act of
"handing him one" between the eyes and of
telling him "to get along with himself un
less he'd agree to wait until we reached
thirty! That's the kind of a "hair pin" of
a girl we would be may-be.
The borrowing of money by a stranger
from a stranger to pay charges on baggage
or good, is such an old confidence game,
and has been so often exposed, that it may
well be doubted whether or riot the man
who is still caught by it is a proper person
to go abroad unattended. One of the most
transparent tricks of this kind that ever
came to our knowledge, was ployed last
Saturday, on a young man named E'. T.
Ray, from Terre Haute, Indiana. The
young man was en route lor Charleston.
Mo., ami on the transfer steamer Morgan
met two very clever and companionable
gentlemen who, singularly enough, were
bound for the same point. One of the
clever gentlemen asked the other if he had
paid the charges on the baggage, pointing
to tho pile of trunks that constituted the
luggage of the entire passenger list. The
clever gentleman addressed said "no, how
could he, when there wasn't money enough
on thu boat to change his hundred dollar
bill." Mr.' Buy was then asked if
he could change it -a question thnt
was answered negatively. He was then
asked how much money he had. !,. mi
about eleven dollars. "ThatT fix it," ro.
Joined ono ol the clever gentlemen. "We'll
borrow ten dollars of the gettleman, pay
the charges', and then run up 'o the mni
and get change for tho 100 hill, mn!t
r- n. .. i ., i "
iur. nay, meanwiiuo in charge ol our bag
gage as security ha 1 ha! ha! for the return
of his ten dollars." Tho ten feie lirm,d
over and the clever gentlemen m,(M lXitMtc
Twenty minutes later Mr. Ray was gMlnping
hither and yon about tho city in search of
the clever gentlemen, to tell them tlmt, ln.
less they hastened their return the boat
would push out, and carry off their hue,
gage! Amlnotuutila policeman in,Ug
suied him that ho hnd been viciii,,
did tho young man oven suspect the Snt--rt-
TUESDAY MOKMum, MAX 20, 1879.
ty of his new found acquaint, a
cription of tho scoundrels was 0i,t.u..i. .....
as the young man can't hold tho baggie
lllS ten doll
. """v mine light
ot a permanent investment.
iwATii UF COL. E. B. WATKINS.
HIS EARLY EXPERIENCE IN SOCTHERS ILM-
NOI8 AND SUBSEQUENT TRIUMPHS
Col. E. B. Watkins is deadl This an-
nouncement went abroad Sundav mnrnincr
causig profound astonishment and regret,
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i. in., i.i, u vii.oai. ui.jiuujiiu lo niiomiuc
Coouel wn8 kn8Wn IIe aled at lua homo
b Mouml City at tho , of Q, , .
m on tho 18th j t f con!?pstion of tha
ij upon many vcars i . ith
mnuifest disposition to enjoy them, as they
passed. But to-day ho is dead the cul
tured brain has ceased its action; the warm,
generous, manly heart has stilled its throbs,
the hand that gave so much and often in
charity, no longer responds to the gooU un
pulses of the mind; for nil that is left of
tho good citizen, the indulgent and provi-
dent husband and father, the true man, is
the dull, dead material form the mortal
part upon which is already fastened the
processes of decomposition and decay.
Twenty-five years ago Col. Watkins, then
a boy of eighteen, landed at Cairo to await
the arrival of n steamer for St. Louis. He
lias often told us how, that he might save
the few quarters he had left in his
pocket, he took neither dinner
nor supper, nnd sat upon a log on the
drift covered w harf the whole night. Hun
ger overcoming him the next morning he
dropped in:o the old Delta House and got
his breakfast. Having to pay 30 cents for
tho meal, lis stock of money became so re
duced that he was compelled to abandon
the idea of even a deck passage to his in
tended destination. Accordingly, almost
purposeless, but in the hope that something
to his advantage would "turn up," he star
ted on foot up the line of the Illinois Cen
tral railroad. Reaching Cache river he saw
a number ol men boating railroad iron
from the Ohio river, and inquiring for the
"Loss" lie was referred to Dr. Arter. The
Doctor seeing a well dressed, intelligent
young man, and hearing him express a
willingness to do "anything," set him at
the work of piling nnd burning brush, ex
pecting that a few hours' service wouk
cure the young man of the romance that he
was either willing or able to perform man
mil labor of any kind. But, much
the Dr.'s surprise and gratification, the
young man showed himself industrious
and persevering. From brush burning
he soon passing to the position of account
keeper for the Doctor, and a few month's
later, through the Doctor's influence, he
was placed in charge of the Shilo school at
Villa Ridge a position he filled intelli
goutly and to the entire sati.-fui.tion of tlie
whole neighborhood. From this time forth
his future seemed provided for, Making
his home at Caledonia he studied law. At
the end of two or three years he passed a
very successful examination and was
licensed to practice. In the winter of 1SG1
he was married to adaughter of Judge J.M.
Davidge, of Caledonia, with whom he lived
most happily up to the time of his death
six children, living, being the issue of
Mr. Watkins was an ardent Democrat.
In the year 1802 he was returning home
from a squirrel hunt in the Kentucky
woods apposite his Caledonia home, when
he was overtaken by a couple of Federal
scouts sent out from Columbus. He was,
in spite of all his protestations, hurried off
to Columbus, where ho was thrown into a
noisome guard house, and detained for an
interval of three weeks. Refused commu
nication with his friends, not allowed to
purchase even straw to lie upon, the ordeal
was too much for him. On reaching home
he was prostrated and for many weeks his
recovery was regarded as decidedly prob
In tho year 18C8 ho was elected County
Clerk of his county, and filled the ollicc to
the end of his term intelligently, and to
the entire satisfaction of everybody con
cerned. Two years latter he was elected
us the minority Representative from his
district to the General Assembly of the
State, where ho at once took high rank
alike as a debater and thinker; constantly
maintaining the dignity of his position nnd
reflecting credit upon the people of
In the pursuit of his profession he was
successful, and had, in the immense bodies
of lands of which he Miod seized, a goodly
showing of tho fruits ot his success. He
was a most genial companion
and n warm hearted devoted
friend. He was a brilliant conver
sationalist, a close reader ot the best au
thors, and n thoroughly educated gentle
man. That he was without enemies, we
cannot say, for no man of his positive na
ture could make a friend of everybody. He
was high-minded, and, despite his pompous
bearing, as tender-hearted and sympathetic
as a child. In short, in the. death ot
Colonel Watkins his family, his. neighbor
hood and Southern Illinois have lost a
friend, a useful citizen, and a good man.
Ho was lu tho 43rd year of his age.
Of course take your customary annual
trip to tho country but don't forget Dr.
Bull's Baby Syrup, that indispensibiu help
in every emergency. Costs only 25 certs a
ITHI3 SPACE IS RESERVED
x for II. Meyers Go and see his
new brands of fine cigars; the best
ever brought to Cairo.
nON. R. 8. YOCCM. JfDOE PRESIDING.
MONDAY", MAY 197H, 1S70 FTRST DAY.
Final report of William H. Porterfield,
guardian of the minor Loir of John W.
Porterfield, deemed, approved and guar
Proof made of publication of the notice
of adjustment inthe estate of F. M. Stock
Inventory filed by Thomas J. Craig,
guardian of the minor heirs of James H.
Craig, deceased, approved, and guardian
ordered to sell personal property.
Will of Henry Mayo, deceased, admitted
to probate, and letters issued to Caroline
Mayo as executrix.
Final report ot James Gauntncy, guar
dian of the minor heir of Wyatt Gauntncy,
deceased, approved and guardian dis
charged. Inventory and appraisement bill, in the
estate of William II. Morris, deceased, -returned
into court and approved.
Petition and bond of Salmon Hazlcwood
as administrator of the estate of James
Lawrence, deceased, approved and letters
Report ot Orsamtis Grcenley and John
H. Parker administrators of tlie estate of
Green B. Parker, deceased, approved.
Tuesday, May 27th, time set for hearing
application and objections thereto for
judgement on delinquent tax list.
The death rate of our country is get
ting tearfully alarming, the average of life
being lessened even-year, without any rea
sonable cause, the death resulting generally
from the most insignigcant origin. At this
season of the year especially, a cold is such
a common thing that in the hurry of ever)'
day life we are apt to overlook the dangers
attending it and often find too late, that a
Fever and Lung trouble has already set in.
Thousands loose their lives in this way
ever- winter, while had Boskee's German
Syrup been taken a cure would have result
ed, and a large billot a doctor been avoided.
For all diseases of the throat and lungs.
Boschce's German Syrup has proven itseh
to be the greatest discovery of iu kind in
medicine. Every druggist in the country
will tell you of its wonderful effect. Over
O.-jO.OOO bottles sold hist
year without a
single failure known.
A rr.w Refrigerator are left over from
last season, and desiring to go out of the
Refrigerator busir.es. I will sell them at
cost. A. Halley.
Parlor Entertainment. The ladies of
the Episcopal church will give a parlor en
tertainment on Tuesday e vening, May 20th
ut the residence of Mr M. F. Gilbert. Fine
music, nice refreshments and a good time
promised. A cordial invitation is extended
A Halley, 115 Commercial avenue, has
a fine stock of wire cloth for windows,
screens, water coolers, ice cream freezers
nnd a thousand and one other things, for
sale cheap for cash. Call.
Mr. Paul M. Freidrich, known to our
people as a successful educator, will open a
German-English School, n Turner's Hall,
on the first Monday ia June.
All branches will bo taught that are re
garded essential to a thorough practical ed
ucation. An evening school, at Mr. F's residence
on Ninth street, will be opened on the
evening of the same day. Private lessons
in German or any other study given, on lib
For particulars apply to Mr. Freidrich.at
GitocEitiEs, New and Frusu. I have a
full line of fresh family groceries of every
variety, just received, und for sale at d"9C
figure.' All kinds of vegetables fresh from
the gardens. A largo" stock of cftnpJ
P'vids, fruits, etc., ut Trigg's old stand,
Washington avenue. J. E. Si'tLLF-R.
AT THE PLANTERS HOUSE.
G- V. Groves. G. Junction, Tenn.; J. A.
Rudy, Evansvillc; R. W. McCartney, Me
tropolis, Ills.; 0. A. Ilarker and wife, Vi
enna, Ills.; Chas. Barton, Mound City; R.
Tanner, Chicago, Ills.; Ben. F. Rasin,
Pittsburg, Pa.; M. K. McEllcany, Cincin
n: G. H. Green, N. Y.; D. P. Austin,
St. Louis; Geo. Winans, St. Louis; G. F.
Cornbh, St. Louis; W. De Bott, St, Louis.
Notice. to all whom it may concern :
The Cairo Bulletin will pay no bills con
tracted by any of its employes, or any one
connected with the Bulletin, unles? the
same is made oa a written order signed by
rnyjtlf, and the order must le attached to
the bill w hen presented, nnd no contracts
for advertising or job work are valid unless
the same r.re endorsed by myself.
' E. A. IjI.'p.nett.
New, Fust and KU-znnt I'russcni;r
itonEirr wise. ..
U. W. THOMPSON.
WTit (!! Honed Trip Ticket fn.ni Cairo, M, rre;,
o!i, l'oducaii and bmill.land. to Cinrlnueti mid r
turn. t!'id during tlie month nf Slav ntnl Jur.e.
:ir:cladltii! tterMm in port) fir ten bol'ir!
ClMclLliat! offers more Oltrs'tunn to vlltnr tho.e
two month than duriLi; all other of tar year
And ihiUL- to favor excnrloiill. I n.ake th!
liberal reduction to any wUmnt; to make the round
trip. The North American iSa-uucrfc coiniu. ncc
Juuolith: xu r Waibck. the (.rent Tragedian :
Madam Atnlirou. the Champion Walker: and
Paul Itovtou. the world reuowiicil Swimmer, will
The Animal In the ZonloclcM (iarden wl'.ll e
In their urnmer quarter, Shillito'n treat Dry
Oooil JV.ace (the Dazanr of American Fablru.
will hsve ppriue and tininn r open'iic utit'l
June 1Mb. Atiduith the 'Hill top Report." free
to all. the ' Pari of America" will be eru wtut,
tnont attractive .
THE "(JAFF"' ('AERIES A FULL STRINC HANI)
A rood time l prumiri'd. Invite your friend
and Join u in a trip.
leave Cairo, p. m.. Friihv May !th Mondnr
Mayai. Friday, Jnne M. Monilav. Juue :i. Kr(
dSV.JlllylS. lltlr. RrspeetrMly,
HOHKHT W. WIsE.
TIIE ANCHOR LINK.
For New Orleans.
JOHN A. SCUDDEl!.
Friday, Mav pi, at 5 p.m.
Monday, M.iy in, at j p.m.
FOR MEMPHIS AND VICKSIintG.
(lEORGP Vl . I.KNNO.V
Tueday, .V-iy 11, nt 5 p. m.
JNO. B. MAUDE.
W. II. Illake
Thurni.iy. May is, atSp.m,
CITY OF VICKSIJURG.
P.. K. lil'.ey
Saturday. May 17, at h p.m.
FOR ST. LOUIS.
Tu-day, May 13, at noon
CITY OF VICKSIJURG.
K. K. Illley
Wednesday, May II, at U p.m.
CITY OF ALTON.
Friday, May 1(1, nt noon.
T. S. Duvldnon.,
Huuday, May is. at noou.
For n',1 Information apply to Anchor Line Office,
Vi harfhoat No. a.
Cait. THOMAS W, SHIELDS. Stipt,
iDM IN ISTItATOH'S NOTICE.
ESTATE or JAMES CI.ONAW, DIX'EAHKD.
The- midcrMcned, hiivlnn been unpointed Admin
tHtratorof thcctateof Jnmea Clouiui, lute vl the
county of Alexander. tindHtatu of Illinois, deceamil
hereby give notice that ho will appear before the
county court of Alexander county, at thu court
houe in Cairo, nt Iho June term, ou tho Third
Monday lu June next, nt which time all perntm
bavin? claim iiiralnt ld etutu uru nolltied and
requested to attend for tho purpooof havlie'the
amo adjusted. All percona Indented to laid e
tatu nru requeued to make Imuiudialu payment
to the rnidondiruud.
Dated thl TwuMy-flfth day or Api lI.A. I), lsrii,
CIIAIILE! O. PATIFIt, Admlnl.irator.
ESTATS Of WILLIAM M. ATIIEIITOK. tiE('KAKh.
Tho nnderlitniid. bavins l.een appointed Admin
ltrator of tltf of W llllam M. Atherlou. lute of
.1... .rir .if Alexander ami .on,, ..r mi ..
pi a' rbereuyKlve. no.lco that 1 b vlll' ear t.'
fore tho county cour of Al,.ii,i. ... . 1
conn -hoii In Cairo, at thu dueterni, on he
eccond MomUy July next, nt which tin o al
peron bavlnit claim imalnl nld etaiu are no I
lied and reqne.ted to attend for 1 1" pt r .o" of
ttm heMiuo aduted. All peMnn Indebted to laid
Ih!. m.KW'd 10 n"'ku "m"cdl"IU Wlio
Dated till iKnd day of April, A. I). 1ST9