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1 health. and If yon are without It you can nolther
bee. borrow, buy uor Heal It. but you can oblulu ll
by tisliiff Heller' i Liver I'lllt. They ton up tho
atoinach u4 kecpthu bowl In Rood order pro
dnce a healthy action In mo liver, promotu Ultfoa
lion and impart vlt;orU the whole ayatum.
iirlK. 8KLI-KKS A CO., Prop'rt, Pittsburgh, Ta.
GRAVE R0BM2R CAUGHT.
The mnt iircoful pravo robber of tho day la
DK. LINDLRY. Bymoana of bl Blood KeBroher
tie hut robbed tho Krave of ncoret who were dylntf
of Scrofula, Consumption. KhematUm. Mi-rciirtul
ditcane, Cauceroue Formation!. Tumor. fytl';
Jan, Jaundice, Fever anil Atfue, aud (ieneral Dchll
ity. Tho blood la tho life, and Dr. Lindner Wood
Hrarcherla the treat life preerver. O. H. Uubbard.
llamudon. Ohio, aaya: "Cleveland physician
declared my wife dvliia of cnnauiuptlon. By l"e
uae of Dr. Llndscy'a Blood Searcher '',
tored to health." J. F. lirooka, 1'ninavllle, Ohio,
aya: "Mvauu was afflicted with acrofula of the
worst form, and pronounced Incurable by acyeral
Tihyslclan Ui lift! wo "ived by the uae of Dr.
Llndscy'a IHood Searcher." A Tu mor gr . hik uu
my head waa completely cured by th Vr
Llndlcy'a Blood Searcher. . arver. I t "' m
lloil. Blmplea ou the face. alt Hhcum, via
Sorcs.aud all Cutaneon Krutitlona disappear like
mai.de when the Blood Searcher a uaed. Wthat
our uame I ou the bottom of the wrapper, tor
K E. HLLF.LRS &, CO.. Pop M. Plttaburgh, Ta.
BARCLAY BKOS.. Ageata, Cairo. Illinois,
J II. BRYANT, M. D.
OFFICE: Eighth and Washington Avcunc.
RE9IDESCB: Corner nineteenth and Waah
lngton y II. MAREAN, M. D.,
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
Office 13 Commercial avenue. Residence corner
Fo'irtceuth St. and WashluRtou avenue, Cairo,
yf R. SMITH, M. D.
Olllef anil Residence :
NO. 21 THIRTEENTH STREET. CAIRO, ILL.
R. E. W. WHITLOCK,
EtEbth aud Ninth Streeu
X. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICE-Eliihtk Stroet, near Commercial Avenue.
JINEGAR & LANSDEN,
OFFICE No. 113 Commercial Avenue.
Ml'TL'AL AID SOCIETY.
yyncmS' and orphans'
Mutual Aid Society.
Corner of Seventh ft. aud Commercial Avenue,
OVFICE HOURS :-8to 13 o'clock a.m., 1 to 0 aud
7 to i. p.m.
THOMAS LEWIS, Secre.arv.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COl'NTY.
Only JToriiitiff Daily in Southern Illinois.
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Cairo, 111., May si. Itff9. f
Time. Bar. TUur, Hum. Wind. Vel. Weather.
:4Sam 21' 00
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3:4i " at.'JI
N. 7 Fl'ir
N. 17 Fair
N. Ui Fair
Maximum Temperature. n5 : Minimum Tern-
V. II. RAY,
Serg't Signal Corns, U. S. A.
See notices under new advertisements,
of key's lost ami buggy for sale,
The Grand Jury adjourned at 2 o'clock
yeRtcrday afternoon. No business of con
sequence waa transacted, outside of that
rendered necessary by the prisoners in jail.
The funeral procession that moved
from the little cottage opposite the custom
house, yesterday morning, conveyed to the
grave the body of a little colored child
Alexander Tobias, tried for larceny,
yesterday, was pronounced innocent of the
charge, tho jury arriving at that conclusion
withont leaving their seats. George Hen
There will be a musical and Bocial en
tertainment at the Presbyterian church this
evening. Everybody is cordially invited.
No admission fee will be charged. Very
nice refreshments will be furnished in the
lecture room at reasonable rates.
Judge D. M. Browning Is in the city,
forming the acquaintance of our people,
and will bo here, at intervals, until the
campaign closes. lie iuforms us that the
outlook is most promising, and there can
be no doubt of the triumph of the conven
tion nominees over the caucus nominees if
Democrats do their duty.
A negro man pawing along Twentieth
street, yesterday, dlcovcTed lyinn in the
weeds, on the vacant lot back of Oreen
Zook'a blacksmith shop, a bundle of some
sort and opening it he found it to contain a
dozen bottles of porter. The porter proved
to be a portion of the lxoty carried away
irom Miko ODonncH'8 saloon, Sumluy
The county jail is quite as cool as any
' Other part ot the court house, yet tho pris
oners, that is the mitHculino portion, aro in
dulging the luxury of acomplote state of uudi
ty. About 10 o'clock in the forenoon they
divest themselves of their habiliments, and
don them again In the evening. The Jail
is kept in a cltunly condition and the pris
oner enjoy uninterrupted good health.
The city seems to bg tilling up with
thieves and burglars. Besides tho burglar
ies horctoforo noted, we may mention' that
of Mrs. DcDuumi boarding house. Loss
immaterial. Threo rascols who stole the
$73 from the lady passenger on the Mor
gan arc said to lo in tho city. If so they
should bo ferreted out. As it is impossi
ble to tell what "cribs may be cracked"
and as it Is equally imposble for five men
to police tho whole city, every family
should provide itself with a loaded rcvol
vcr or shot gun.
It is only fair to say of Mr. Peering,
of whom we spoke yesterday, that he is re
garded by his neighbors as a quiet, upright
and inoffensive citizen, and that he was
moved to violence by an aggravation that
almost any citizen would have resented.
Ho attends strictly to his own business, is a
first-class barber, and tries to live on good
terms with everybody.
The first caso that will bo put upon
trial this morning is that of the people
aeaiustthe stranger, John Hoan, who
about three months ago made a violent as
sault with a deadly weapon upon a negro
man, in front of John Sackburger's. Should
the accused bo acquitted it cannot be said
that his offence remains unpunished, as he
has been in a close prison ever since last
We received a very pleasant call, yes
terday, from Rev. E. C. II. Willoughby, of
the Pinckncyville Democrat. Mr. VT. i3 a
gentleman somewhat advanced in years,
but most genial and companionable withal,
and has advanced ideas as to how to
run a weekly newspaper. The Democrat,
under his management, has become an
excellent local paper, and an able spokes
man for the Egyptian Democracy.
One of our newly acquired citizens who
is much given to wild and indecorous ways
concluded that the speech he had in him
was too big to hold any longer, and taking
position near the corner of Eighth and
Commercial, yesterday morning, ho com
menced unloading himself. As the tone,
sentiment and accompanying gestures were
held as obnoxious, he wa3 promptly ar
rested and his trial came off in the evening.
By the ruling of the Attorney-General
Devens Captain Eads is not only bound to
produce the agreed depth of water the
length of bis jetties; but above and below
them. Just where the limit is to be fixed is
not stated ; but the decision seems to hint
at the idea that the jetties will be held re
sponsible for all the changes of the river
from its mouth to -New Orlecns. It may,
however, be restricted to the ends of the
Some of our Republican friends think
it a great outrage that Messrs. Gregg and
Davidgc were defeated in the Democratic
convention. It is nothing to them that
Clark and Doughterty were defeated in the
Republican caucus; but Democrats ought
to rise eu mass and resent the defeat of
Gregg and Davidgc. The Democrat who is
moved to any other feeling than that of con
tempt and disgust fer such transparent tac
tics ought to be bored for the simples.
Henry Steven, the individual who ef
fected a burglarious entrance into Mr.
Fisher's residence, some time ago, and car
ried off a goodly portion of the contents of
the larder, was arraigned yesterday and put
to plead. Pleading not guilty he threw
himself upon the country, und the "coun
try," as represented in the jury, having heard
the evidence, gave Ileury one year in the
penitentiary. He will doubtless lie sen
tenced and sent up with the balance.
Charles Reed and Ernest Chase, the
tho colored men who were sent up for a
miseellaneeus assortment of larcenies, viz:
the stealing of tobacco from Korsmeyer, a
ham from Kluge; butter from somebody
else, boots and shoes from Guldstinc and
Roscnwater, etc., were put upon trial yes
terday; but, while there seemed to be a
prevailing conviction that the men were
guilty, the evidence didn't say so. After a
retirement of twenty minutes the jury
brought in a verdict of not guilty.
Will our lugubrious friend of the Cairo
Sun please name those positions of honor
and trust to which in other days the Repub
lican party elevated the Hon. John M.
Lansdeni lie was elected to the office of
Mayor, for his first term, on the "citizens'
ticket," The Bulletin, the only Democratic
paper then in the city, warmly advocating
his election. For his second term lie was
elected over Mr. Henry Winter, then an
avowed Republican. We have, no reccol
lection of Mr. Lansden having been pro
moted to any other elective office by either
Health officer Wootcn desires to im
press upon tho denizens of the Fifth ward
that the territory they occupy is a recog
nizable part of Cairo, and that, therefore,
if they will clean up their respective premi
ses, and pile the trash and refuso at some
accessible point on tho street side, he will
see to It that It Is apromptly carted away.
He is anxious to extend the cleaning pro
cess to every part of the city. He is ap
pointed for that purpose, and looks for the
I ... I ...... 1 i .
neip ana cneeriui co-operation of all ir(Jd
citizens. Hu has no relish for ompulsory
measures, but will not hesitate to resort to
them in cases where reason and moral sua
sion prove inefficient.
Jim Duffey. tho dead beat and confi
dence chap who played his pranks upon
unsuspecting strangers in this city, for a
snort period of time, aud finally left under
a stay ot execution, found his way to Padu
call. Three or four Vt'ftrn kirn Im ti-io mihi
from Pu.lucah to the Kentucky penitentiary
for a term of two years; and tho probabili
ties now are that ho will aoon make a sec
ond trip to that institution for a stay of five
or ten years. On Monday nitrlit last i,
"O- " " ' O QUUl
broke into tho dwelling house of oni E. 11.
Klchurdmm and succeeded In getting away
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN;
with a sum of money and a valuable gold
watch and chain. The proof of his guilt
lwinff ciuito conclusive, it is moro than
likely that we have had the last of Duffey
and his dead-beatisnis for many years to
A couple of jurors being deceived by
appearances, concluded they might safely
leave the court house, yesterday evening;
but they had been absent but a fow min
utes when thy were wanted. Failing to
answer tho Sheriff's call, they were, on their
return, brought up for contempt. The old
Judge lectured them upon the enormity of
their offence, impressed upon tliem the ne
cessity for the enforcement of judicial dis
cipline, named the fine that ho was author
ized to impose, and concluded by saying
that the next time he would certainly
impose it! The offending jurors, being
young at the business, got off easily. But
it will not do for older hands to presume
upon like leniency.
Frank Anderson, the yellow negro who
stole tho axe from Metcalf s grocery, was
indicted for burglary, ami found guilty of
larceny. Justus Cunningham appeared for
the defendant, and ably insisted that while
the matter rested holily in the hands of the
jury, there w-as not a skatilla of evidence
whereon upon which to convict his client
of the crime ot "burgulary."
We regret that we have not space to refer
to Mr. Cunningham's speech ot length
Perhaps it is enough, however, to say that
his eloquence, especially when poured upon
the prosecution, became so incisive that
the court felt called upon to call him to
order. The defendant, however, was pro
nounced a burgular, and will probably be
sentenced this morning.
The sickness that resulted in Colonel
Watkins' death is chargeable to the fact
that while he wa3 at work on the road
leading to his Junction farm, perspiring
freely, a shower of rain fell and drenched
him to the skin. Next morning he felt seri
ous symptoms of approaching illness, but
refused to take his bed until he became vio
lentlv and dangerously ill. His abdomen
swelled alarmingly and he suffered all the
tortures ot tho damned; but his attending
physician informs us that a more patient
man never fell to his charge. He knew his
sickness would terminate fatally spoke of
the matter calmly, even respectiig the dis
position of his body, which he committed
to the care of his brethren of tin mystic
tie. lie was an old and a verv intimate
friend of the writer, who always found him
a true hearted and a high-minded gentle
In one of the cells of the county jail
five men are confined, at this time, under
charges of murder. As human ingenuity
spurred on by jthe hope of liberty on the
one iiidc and fear of death on the other, is
capable of achieving wonders, the court has
ordered that the Sheriff maintain a night
watch in the jail until the cases are dis
posed of. In view of the presence in the
city of the witnesses and mends of the
prisoners, some of whom may feel inclined
to lend assistance from tie outside, the
appointment of the guards h a step to be
commended, especially as it involves the
county in no extra expense tie bailiffs, or
a part of them, who do service during the
day, acting as watchmen, as( their turns
come, at night. When Messrs Glass, Mc
Auliff and the others arc wanted, the Sher
iff is determined that he w'll produce
It would have afforded us jlcasuro to
have given place to the obituary notice of
Mrs. Henderson, but receiving it nt a late
hour in the evening we found qu te all our
space allotted to copy in hand. lire. Hen
derson was the daughter of Dr. T J. Jenk
ins, of Kentucky, a leading citzen 6nd
promineut professional man. She iad lived
in Cairo about four years at the time of
her death, and was on exemplary member
of society os well as of the M. E Church.
She was conscious of her approtidiing dis
solution and talked calmnly of the time
when her place in life would ic vacant.
Her remains were interred in he family
burying ground in Kentucky, th Rev. W.
F. Whittaker conducting the cenmonics at
the grave. Mr. Henderson, the husband,
ana inree cniuiren suvive the debased to
mourn a most loving wife and devoted
An Italian beggar woman was abroad
in the city yesterday equipped for bus ness in
a manner that no doubt excites the envy of
every professional beggar that is thrown in
contact with Iter, She is very dark skinned,
lias intensely black hair and eyes, and is
every inch an Italian. Three children ac
companied her. One, a boy about 10
years of ago and clearly of American pa
rentage. Another, a baby, very light huir
blue eyes, round faced, even to ;lmb
biticss, mid apparently of German paruitagc.
The third child was a boy, eight tr nino
years old, freckle-faced and sandy-laired.
The ehler hoy was made to carry .he 20
pound baby around in the blistering lot gun
and exhibit it wherever the womaiciilled.
If these children are the progeny of tlio
woman who has them in charge, tie idea
that like produces like is completer upset.
Aud If they are not hers, where dii she get
them? 8ho claims that she cane from
New Orleans, and denies that she s a pro
fessional beggar. Wo asked one oflhelioys
If they begged ull the time. He pvmptly
answered "yes. and that 1 it was mighty
hard .carrying the baby." The Womn
scowled fearfully at the frank, and 0 ,Alll
truthful boy, and evinced a decide; itching
to Hy ut him mid to make him rtfpnt hjs
Indiscretion. It is to be regrettid umt
THURSDAY MOKMNtf. MAY 22. 1879.
cases that have tho surface seeming of this
one, cannot, at tho public expense, undergo
rigid and exhaustive Inquiry. By such
means many a poor, miserable httlo waif
would bo relieved from a life of slavery
and suffering of which tho public can form
no adequato conception.
If one thing moro than another dis
gusts sensible Republicans with their lead
ers in the senate, it must bo tho hypocriti
cal gush about tho disabled soldiers tho
effort to attach amendments to all kinds of
bills to provide offices for disabled soldiers.
The dullest man alivo knows that tho Re
publicans, for years and years had un
disputed control of both branches of con
gress and of tho executive, and might, had
they seen fit, given tho crippled soldiers a
pre-emption right to every ofiico in the
country. There was nobody to say nay-
yet they refused to make the provision for tho
soldiers that they now ask the opjwsition to
make. When they had tho power, tho sol
dier was forgotten. Now that they are di
vested of power the soldier becomes the
one grand object of their caro and solici
tude! A bigger set of frauds and hypo
crites never breathed the breath of life.
We have been disposed to regard the
Cairo custom house a very fine building
because it cost about $300,000, and because
of the absence of other buildings of like
material with which to compare it. But
we will venture to say that hud the con
tractors built any citizen of Cairo a private
residence out of such material as enter into
the walls, a big law-suit would have been
the out-come. There arc not more than a
half dozen stone in the building of identi
cally the same color. It contains every
shaile of color between light and dark gray,
light, and lighter brown, slate color, violet,
and sometimes all these colors combined in
one stone. Even the keystones to the win
dows, where uniformity has been essayed,
present a half dozen or more different
shades of the same color. Of the work no
special faint can be found, but it is unde
niable that in point of color, or rather in
lack of uniformity of color, the stone is
objectionable and should have been reject
ed, every one of them.
Lookout that your nurses do not drug
your little ones with laudanum, paregoric
or other soothing remedies. Give them
Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup, which innocent
remedy is warranted not to contain opiates.
AT THK ri,A.NTi;itS HOUSE.
Cyrus S. Martain. Centra! ia; J. II. Mit
chel, St. Louis. C. F. Wright, New York;
N. W. Martin, Greenville, Ky.; Alfred
Apple, Evansville; F. A. Bugg, Centralia;
R. W. McCartney, Metropolis; W.C. Kellcv,
Louisville; W.Spenco, City;Robt. Bell, Mt.
Caimel; W.M. Richfield, Centerfield, Ky.;
W. Camron, Chicago; J. H. Kirkham,
A few Refrigerators are left over from
last season, and desiring to go out of the
Refrigerator business, I will sell them tit
cost- A. H.U.I.EY.
John J. Stklzeu has removed his stock
to Eighth street in the store lately va
cated by II. Houpt. He has a large stock
of jewelry ot all kinds, watches, clocks.etc.
His silverplated ware is unsurpassed and he
sells, down, down, way below anything ever
yet offureil in this market. His watches
mid clocks are also down to the smallest
margin. He is a first-class jeweler and
works surprisingly cheap, repairing time
pieces and jewelry, and always guarantees
hi work. Try him.
Ten Cents Wohtii. If you want n neat
smooth shave for ten cents, or a fashionable
hair cut for 2.1 cents, or anything else in
the tonsorial line, remember the place to
go to is Henry Schick's, No. 112 Connncr
ICE! ICE! ICE!
I am prepared to furnish ice wholesale
or retail all through the season. Office,
Eighth street, between Commercial and
iiidiiugton avenues, next door to Bristol's
grocery store. Jacoi: Kixi
Nr. Paul M. Freidrich, known to our
peode as a successful educator, will open a
German-English School, in Turner's Hull,
on (lie first Monday in June.
All branches will be taught that ore re
garuxl essential to a thorough practical cd
uratinn. An evening school, at Mr. F's residence
on Ninth street, will bo opened on the
evening of the same day. Private lessons
in German or any other study given, on lib-c-al
For particulars apply to Mr. Freidrich, at
GitocEititfl, New and Fuesh. I have a
full lino of fresh family groceries of every
variety, just received, and for sale at close
figures. All kinds of vegetables fresh from
tho gardens. A large stock of canned
goods, fruits, etc., at Trigg's old stand,
J. E. SriLLEit.
WIRE SCREENS, FURNITURE, ETC,
Furniture manufactured and all kinds of
repairing done, at my shop on Commercial
avenue, between Eleventh ami Twelfth
streets; also all kinds of cabinet making to
order. Mattresses manufactured to order
and kept on sale. Repairing and tiphol
storing tlouo on short notice. I have a
good supply of walnut moulding and wirc.
cloth for Hcreens.to bo made up in the latest
nnd best style. Prices very low.
ITHI3 SPACE 18 RESERVED
for II. Meyers. Go and see his
new brands o'f fine cigars; the best
ever brought to Cairo.
Ick, Ice Wholesale and Retail in
large or small quantities. Wagons will
run daily to all parts of the city, delivering
pure Lake Ice in such quantities as cus
tomers may desire. Leave orders ot my
residence on Seventeenth near Commercial;
at Sargeants, on Eighth street, or address
me through the post-office.
A IIali.ev, ll") Commercial avciue, has
a fine stock of wire cloth for window
screens, water coolers, ice cream .'reczers
and a thousand ami one other thiigs, for
sale cheap for cash. Call.
LjOHii.LAitD's Tin Tag smoking hbacco
in eighth, fourth, half and pound packages.
Also Lorillard's Nickle Nuggets and Dime
Nuggets, for sale at F. Korsmeyer's at fac
We have files of The Ihn.Y Bui.etin,
commencing May 1st, 1STS, and nding
April oOth, 1ST!), which we will sell, bind
ing and all. complete, for sjtf.lO.
Don't Be Deceived. Many persms say
"I haven't got the Consumption'' when
asked to cure their Cough with Philoh's
Consumption Cure. Do they not know
that Coughs lead to Consumption and
a remedy that will cure (.'onstiinp
non win certainly ami surely cure a
cough or any lung or throat trouble. We
know it will cure when all others fail and
our faith in it is so positive that we will re
fund the price paid if you receive no ben
ellt. Is not t'nis a fair proposition. Price
lOcts. .)0 cts. and J 1.00 per bottle. For
lame Chest, Back or side, use Shiloh's
Porous Plaster. Price 25 cts. For sale by
Why will you suffer with the Dyspepsia
and liver complaint. Constipation, and gen
eral debility when you can get at our mores
Shiloh's Sytem Vitalicr which we sell on
a positive guarantee to euro you. Price
lOcts. and 75 cts. For sale by Barclay
"IIackmetack" n popular and fragrant
perfume. Sold by Barclay Brothers.
11 pound Old Barry Letter Heads.
r, " " ' Note Heads.
T " Linen Letter Heads.
2 " Linen Note Ileuds.
The hest quality of paper at prices of
the cheapest grade.
5 i pound statements all colors.
' 10 pound Bills Lading.
11 and 10 pound Bill Heads all sizes.
Extra super white Envelopes at St. Louis
wholesale prices. Printing if 1 ,00 extra.
Ruling ami Binding, all kinds at The
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, unless tho
same is made on n written order signed by
myself, and the order mustle attached to
the bill when presented, and no contracts
for advertising or job work are valid unless
the same ore endorsed by myself.
fi. A. BuilXETT.
IIONOHUtl.K OltAY If AMIS M'.'ll live to be
old by watching for the early symptoms of
kidney trouble, and taking tho famous
Kidney-Wort in season. By so doing they
live to he honored when gray-luurcd, The
medi.iine cures acute rheumatism, promotes
agreeable action on the liver and bowels
nnd purifies the blood.
A Caiw. To all wlio are Buffering from
the errors nnd indiscretions of youth, ner
vous weakness, curly decay, loss of mnn
hood, ie., I will send a recipe that will cure
you, hike OK fJil.umE. This "rent remedy
was discovered by a missionary in Sni'.h
America. Send n self-nddrcfsed envelofc to
the Itev.JosEi'ii T. Inmax, Station D. Hew
l oi k City.
Qckiiy. Why will men niiokc conmon
tobacco when they can buy Marburg Do's
"s"nl of North Carolina" nt the sumo prfcet
KnVKLOI'N tirililpil nt tlinl!i. i wtiv n(llr.
If 1.00 per M. Knvehms tWiiiMlmd nt St.
'''"lis wholesale List prices for tho ncxtHO
A bunch of ton or twelve Ylo lock. nd two or
moro hraaa kcy. A mitalilc reward wi I he paid ou
their delivery at the wharf-boat.
A lilo bar hucjy. alrtrle , without top. Apply
at the Hulh-tiu couutlni room.
.ouce in tioreny gwn that the umUTljned ad
mluUtmtor of the mute of (iri-i-n 11 Parker, lat.
of Alexander county, deceived, will attend th
county court of tnld rouutv. at It June t-rm. to be
held In the court bouno in theclty of Cairo, on the
third Monday in June, ltfT'j, to make Cml ecltie
incut of aald etate.
(RH AMI'S ORE EN LEY.
. , , , JOHN 11. I'AKKEK.
Admlnltrator jtate (i. 11. 1'arker, d. ceit. i
Notice It hereby tfixrm that tho undernli-iied. ad
mliilctrator d. bouln nf.n. of the vvtate of tiove M
w illl, late of Alexander county, aleceaneU. will at
tend the county court of paid county, at in June
term, to he he cud In the court houne. In the city of
Cairo, outhe third Monday "f Juno. Kn. fur 'iLe
riurjioe of inakiiiif final aVttleiueiit of raid mate
OltSAMl'S (ihKKNLEY. A4miuttMtor
Jlolmnl nou. estate of Oove M. Willi, deceased.
DMINISTl'.ATOK'S NOTR E.
tCTAT Of lAXlt ClnXAN, VtrT.ktU.
ThPiiudcrli:m-d. having l-e.-n appointed Admin
lutratorof thecctateof Jann-n Clnnun. late ot ti...
county of Alexander, nnd flute of lilinoin, d-cesei!
hereby irivi- notice that he will appear h. fnre the
county court ol Alexander countv, at the cm.rt
huiice in Cairo, at the June term', ou the Third
Monday In June next, at which time all p. r.ot.
havlue claim aeaint i-ald e-tate are notified at'd
requested to attend for the purpon. of havln th'
nine adjured All p. ruin indebted to i7 t-.
t:il are reoriented to make Immediate pjvunT.t
to the underi-kMicd.
Alatcd thl Twenty r.ftli dnv of April. A ll V
(HAItl.KMi. 1'ATIEII. AdminMn-or.
ESTATE OP WH.I.U X. ATItEl-.TOS. Ptl EAXf
The niiderli;ned. havini; been appointed Admin
ltrator of the etate or William M. Atherton. Iste'of
the county of Alexander and iate of I il iiiolf. il,
ceaed. hereby Kiven notice that he will appear be
fore the county court ol Alexander county ; at t:.c
court-hounu In Cairo, at the July. term, on the
econd Monday In July next, at which time ail
pernnn having claim :i n i 1 1 t naid ett are rxt i -tied
and requeued to utiend for the piirpoe of hav
ing theraine ad!utcd. All pernonn Indebted to a!d
Mute are reiiu-lrd to make Immediate patmeut to
Hated thif iivA dnv orAprtl. A . I l-:u
J.U Oil ldl.t.LE. Admininrator.
Xpw, I-'hhI ninl Klt'LTimt I'uwMi-nicvr
(j. W. TIluMI'hON
Will e L'otitid Trip Ticket from Cairo. Metrop
olis, l'udueah and Miilllilatid, to Cincinnati and re-
turn, eood durinu' the month of May and
inn limine Materoom in port) Tor Ten Hollar
Cincinnati filter more uttrnetlon to visitor tho
mu iiiomu worn uiiniiK nil oiner ot the year
Aud wIMiini: to favor i-xctirlonlt. I make thU
lib. nil reduction to any -wlidilnif to make the round
trip. Tho North American hiini;erfet commence
J'inellth; Uter Wallni k. the (irent Truuedmh :
Mudnm Ani!eron. the Champion Walker; and
l'uiil Uovtou, the world renowned Swloiuivr, will
MTlie Animal. In the Zoological fiarden will be
In their oiimnxT quarter. .Hhtlllto great Dry
loioeN 1'nlucc (the lliizaar of American t'nhloti)
will have uprlnc and rummer openinu' uutil
June l.Mh. And with the Hill top l(eort,'- free
to all, thu "I'arU of America'' will be eeu when
THE "(JAFF" C'AMMES A KfLL .STlttNO T1AXD
A pood time l Promised. Invite your friend
oriel Join it lu a trip.
Leave Cairo, p. m Friday May nth. Monday
Muyjii. Friday, June 1.1. Motidav. June 3D. Fri
day, July IS. Voum, li'pi'ethily.
THE ANCHOR LINE.
For New Orleans.
CITY OF ALTON.
Friday, May ), at 5 p.m.
T. H. Davidson
Monday, May , at 5 p.m.
FOIl MEMPHIS AM) VICKSBURU.
CITY OP HELENA,
Inaac MeKKU Mater
Tuesday, Mny Ml.
Thursday, May IM
FOR ST. LOUIS.
John T. MrConn Mustur
Tuseditv, May SO, ut 10 p. m,
CHARLES T. CHOUTEAU,
W. II. TllilltWKriAN Master
Wednesday. Mny tfl, " r
JNO. IJ. MAUDE.
W. H. Wako.
JAMES I IOWA Tin.
jammo'Nmi. ; 1
Hunduy, May iia.
For nil Information
Wharlhoat Ho. . " "u",ur ",n v""co'
C'ait. THOMAS W. BUIKLDS, Supt.