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BARCLAY P.ROS.. Audit. Cairn. HHnol,
H. BRYANT, M. D.
OFFICE: Eighth and Washington Avenue.
RESIDENCE: Corner Nineteenth and Wash
inirton. "y H. MARFAN, M. I).,
Honiropatliic Physician and Surgreon.
Offlr l.lfi Commercial avenue. Residence- corner
Fourteenth St. and Washington avenuo, I alro.
71. SMITH, M. D.
OUlce and Residence:
1 THIRTEENTH STREET. CAIRO, ILL.
R. E. W. WHITLOCK,
OmT.-No. l; Commercial Avenue, between
Eighth ud Ninth Street
11. W. C. .10CELYN,
OFFICE-E'.tfitU Street, near Commercial Avenue,
J" IXEOAU & LANS DEN,
UFFK'E-No. IIS Commercial Avenue.
mutual aid society.
.Mutual Aid Society.
Corner of Seventh ft. and Comn.ercliil Avenue,
OFFICE II ol" Its :-n to W o'clock a.m., 1 to (i and
. to h p.m.
THOMAS LEWIS, Secre.ary.
THE DAILY BULLETIX
OFFICIAL I'APEU OF ALEXANDER COUNTY
Only Moniin Daily inSimtlicm Illinois.
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W. II. HAY.
Sers'l Signal Corni", I'. S. A.
Kon Sale A j,'(x1 busiuess liouso two
atnry brick, (in AYitsUington avenue, corner
of Tenth street. A Jesiruble Mttiutiim for
a srocery store. Apply to
See Professor HarJy's notice to danc
The Band from the GalT sernaded The
Bulletin" last nis;lit. Extra fmt! music.
Read the notictB under the head of
"new advertisements" this morning.
For Sale: The fixtures of a barber
shop in good running order, cheap for cash.
Inquire at this office.
Persons in need of work should read
the advertisement headed "Laborers
The caving in of the sewer at the in
tersection of Seventeenth and Poplar in
volved in its repair the digging of a trench
about ten feet in depth.
The Myotic Krew party at their new
hall to-night will doubtles be a pleasant
aflair. The hall is the finest nnd best ven
tilated in the city.
Lest our people forget to be duly
thankful we call their intention to the tact
that, although the season is well advanced,
we have no inusrjuitoeN, and are not
troubled with any pestiferous substitute -'
except Presidential vetoes.
.Judgo Baker is constantly on the tic
tivn go. He left the. city for u short dash
out among the, sovereign, yesterday morn-
. ing, having returned home only the even
ing previous. The Judge seems to he in
Dr. Arter's strength has failed him
quite rapidly during the past tew days, and
yesterday he was so weak that it was with
difficulty he could intelligently articulate.
ItiaJ'ear'.'d that he will never" bp able to
recover hi's wanted vitality. He has, for
several weeks, now, been confined to his
, By some mesns that yet remain urex-
plained Mr. Joseph Ixivej.iy, the mate of
'the steamer Pans C. Brown, fell from the
' hurricane roof ol the boat, while Jyine. m
f oflucali, and strlkii g the lower guard, was
pre ;ipitateil tnto the wat?r. Tin; unfortu
nate man wim probably killed before he
reached the wuter. His body instantly din
appoared, thtu cutting oil' all chances of
7 The Alexaider Circuit Court will dc
TOt the ilrst week in June to the trial of
murder ensej. The caso against M'Auliff
will be called on Tuesday June
the trial of Ross for June 4th and 1 1 we
trial of Glass for Fridiy, Juno 0th. It will
be a week of excitement, especially for the
The intelligent gentleman who speaks
ot our public schools over the signature of
A. II. I L. might, with equal justice, have
extended his compliments to tho Thirteenth
street school, under tho direct per
sonal management of Mis Thompson.
There is not a more pains-taking or success
ful lady teacher than she, or a better man
aged school than hers in Southern Illinois.
The man Glass, although apparently
stoical nnd indifferent in his bearing, is
manifestly subjected to great mental tor
ture. Whether it is the fear of death as
the 'punishment of his great crime, whether
it is remorse, or what not, we are unable to
determine. We only know that he is be
coming emaciated, and that his nervous
system is torn all to pieces.
John Hogan, the young man charged
with an attempt to kill a colored man on
the levee, last March, was tried, yesterday,
and acquitted. The testimony of the col
ored witnesses being confused nnd contra
dictory, the argument and appeal of Mr.
Linegar were all that was required to give
the young man a card of clearance. He
was a deeply grateful fellow, and shed tears
A black boy and a white boy quarreled
about a game of marbles they were playing
near the corner of Eighth and Washington,
yesterday, and the black boy's anger be
coming uncoutrollaWe, lie whipped out a
blunt bladed pocket knife, and slashed the
white boy's scalp most fearfully. To the cir
cumstance that the point of tin knife was
broken off the white boy owes his escape from
serious, prrhnps fatal injury. A boy who
can use a knife in this way can scarcely be
too young to be held legally answerable.
Talking about northern atmosphere,ltike
breezes, and all that, reminds us that an at
mosphere more completely attuned to human
enjoyment than that that Mi sard nnd revivi
fied the denizens of this sprightly city, yes
terday, was never breathed by mortal man.
With the mercury below eighty nnd a gen
tie breeze just stout enough to rustle the
leaves without raising the dust, the man
who didn't enjoy 'outside" yesterday,
doesn't know a luxury when he comes
Judge Davidge will, we hear, take
charge of the estate left by Col. Watkins,
deceased. The Colonel was the owner of
large bodies of good land in Pulaski
county, a great deal of which he had wisely
cut ii i into small farms and leased out for a
term of years to parties who would clear,
fence and put it under successful cultiva
tion. As many of these leases expired
within the last year, the estate owns quite a
number of farms that will, hereafter, yield
very acceptable returns.
Officer Wooten finding no one who was
willing to assume ownership or inter
est in the sunken barge Perry Thorpe will
commence the removal of tho odorous con
tents to-day. He has a barge moored along
side, nnd will rip open the sacks nnd empty
the corn and oats into the deep water on the
outer edge of tho outer barge. If the con
jecture that there are several barrels of
undamaged mess pork in the burge be true,
it will not be so difficult to find an owner
for that. The wreck will be removed hy
Henry Chcatem nnd Waller Edwards,
colored men, plead guilty, yesterday, to the
charge of robbery ; and were sentenced to
imprisonment for one year each in the pen
itentiary, the Inst day in solitary confine
ment. These are the chaps who beat tiie
Kentuckian so brutally several weeks ago,
and afterwards held their victim on his l.-et
while they went through his pockets and
robbed him of his money. In consideration
of the fact that they had been ol service to
the public in spotting cracks, tliey were
recommended to the court's "mercy. Hence
the light punishment.
The boys of the Delia city fire com
pany entertain no doubt of their ability to
beat the alleged drop of the Rough nnd
R-'a iies, viz: IS!) f,.(.t fl inches. Without
pretending to any special eliort they pro
pose to gather in twenty-live or thirty men
some of these tine evenings, and hoist solid
water 1!0 feet or more. They believe their
engine good for 200 feet, nnd think with
their 41 men on the brakes thev would
have made tliethrow on their last trial, but
for the obstruction in the hose and the
Waking of their brakes. They are a de
termined set, are the Delias.
Mrs. Jaeekel was awaiting, in a terri
ble state ot suspense, yesterday evening,
u.'ws confirmatory of th:t report that her
husband Amnndus Jaeckcl, had committed
suicnle in ht. Louis, on Sunday last. It U
said that the news of the nll'air reached
Cairo through the (ilobe-Deinocrat. We
fi'ar the report is only too true. Amnndus
was a goood-hearted man with culture and
aspirations that rendered him unhappy in
tne social plane in which he moved. ' But
like thousands of others the allurements of
the wine cup were too strong fur hinyind he
yielded to their hatclul fascination. When
received, wu will publMi the particulars.
Business men, farmers and poor men
who "live from hand to mouth" complain,
and with just cause, too, that they are com
Iielledtohang about the court house, days
in succession, awaiting tho calling of cim -s
in which they nrc served ns witnesses.
Business men miffer In the loss nnd enforced
THE DAILY fiAlRO BULLETIN;
neglect of btbincss; farmers would bo plant
ing .r killing woods; and laboring men,
taken from their daily labor, are compelled
at ti.ues to make extraordinary resorts to
secure food to keep themselves and fami
lies from suffering with hunger. Why is it
that witnesses can not be informed when
they will be wanted i The practice of sum
moning all of them to appear on the first
day of the term to testify in a caso that
can't lie reached before the 5th or 0th day,
is an outrage upon everybody concerned.
There is a remedy for all this and reason,
common sense, even general public senti
ment demands that the remedy bo applied.
We mentioned, yesterday, that Frank
Anderson, tho mulatto who stole one of
Metcalf new axes, was pronounced guilty
of larceny. The Court sentenced him, yes
terday, to pay a tine ot $20 nnd submit to
five days' imprisonment iu the county jail.
We shall not be surprised if Anderson re
peats his offence within a week after his re
lease. He has been weil fed, has enjoyed
good health, has had plenty of company in
jail, and will leave unwillingly. He would,
we have uo doubt, voluntarily lengthen the
term of his imprisonment until the return
of cold weather. Should he steal another
axe, with the view of securing free board
and lodging, the offence will lie held os
grand larceny, and he will be sent to the
A good deal of awkwardness attends
the Sun's efforts to be dishonest. The Sun
knows aud every reader of The Bulletin
knows that wo simply asked Mr. Davis to
"name the positions of honor aud trust to
which, as he asserted, the Republican party
had, in times past, elevated Mr. John M.
Lansden." Completely cornered by the
interrogatory, the awkward old dodger
tries to get out in this style: "The Bul
letin wants to know when Republicans
worked from early morn until the polls
closed for the election of John M. Lansden.''
The Bulletin wants to know nothing of
the kind. It simply wants tho Sun to
name the offices of honr and trust to which
the Republican pahty elected Mr. Lansjia.
That, and nothing more. Out with it, now.
Many of our readers will recall the
shooting scrape on board the John A.
Scudder while lying sit our wharf, some
time in February or March last, wherein a
negro man named James Turner, in an at
tempt to shoot another negro man named
Wash Steele, shot and mortally wounded a
Paducah negro named Jerry Ward. Turner
was put upon trial yesterday for making an
assault with intent to kill Steele, and, the
jury after ten minutes retirement brought
in n verdict of "guilty," and fixed the term
of imprisonment at ten years. Turner
seemed very well satisfied with the result,
as he concluded it would shield him fiom
prosecution for the killing of Ward, for
which, of course, he is answerable. His at
torney, however, made a motion for a new
trial, the reasons for which motion will
probably be assigned and passed upon this
A colored coal-heaver named Bili Gar
ner, alias 'Shnng" created quite a commo
tion ut the wharf, yesterday afternoon, by
his careless shooting. 'He with other col
ored men were engaged at the work of coal
ing the steamer John Dippold, lying at the
toot of Tenth street, and renewing a quar
rel he had previously commenced with one
of the men, he drew his revolver, aud com
menced firing it The party at whom he
fired being unarmed got outof the way with
all possible expedition. The first ball fired
by "Shnng" struck Jack Adams in the leg;
the second ball struck Milton Flowers in
the arm, and the third shot inflicting a flesh
wound on the body of a thirdcolored mm.
Shting, in view of the gathering crowd, con
cluded it was about time to light out. Act
ing upon this conclusion he hur
ried down Twelfth street nnd
thence by the shortest route to
Greenfield's terry landing. Officer Hogan
speedily learning the particulars, put out in
pursuit of the fugitive, but arrived at the
landing just in time to see the culprit land
ing in Missouri. It is not thought that any
of the wounds inflicted will produce serious
We received a visit from young San
derson, who for many years, had suffered
from some pulmonary complaint, but who,
at this time, seems to be in a fair way
to recover. During the three months past
his sufferings were indescribable. Tho
greater part of tho time he could obtain no
sleep except the tantalizing snatches he was
able to obtain while sitting erect in a chain
a position h maintained constantly for a
period of six or eight weeks. About two
months ago Dr. Gordon, having the concur
rence of other physicians, concluded to re
move the accumulations about the lungs
through an incision in the side. The op
eration was entirely successful; seven pints
of pus were removed, and the next nhdit
the patient obtained the first unbroken rest
of an hour he had had for months. Since
then tin; patient has been tapped thirteen
times tho pus being drawn through a
small silver tube inserted through the pa
tient's side to the vicinity ol tho lungs, As
the quantity of puiulent matter taken
away averaged over three' pints ut euti, 0p.
eintlon, we have the extraordinary totu of
about forty-five pints, or more than HO
all of which, with the exception of uor in
lbs first drawn, was the accumulation tie
past three months. Meanwhile the im
provement of the patient's health was
slow, but constant. From this time f-th
he will keep the Incision in his id(. ,.,,n.
stuntly opeij. He will thus ccup;. tl,,. t,r.
ture of frequent cuttings, be cnnMed tl)P(?
(FRIDAY MOKiMKU, MAy
liiovo tho pus as it accumulates, nnd treat
lungs directly, with air, vapor or lloui,!
Niths or otherwise, as tho caso may seem to
rcVuiro. H0 wjh ieavo tho city to-day or
toluorrow for his home in tho vicinity of
tenyraua Having regained sufficient
strength to enable him to make tho trip
William incurring any danger. Mr. San
derson was, at tho time of taking his bed,
and had been for several years before that,
nn employe of the Illinois Central Railroad
-y-Two or three months ago one John
Davis and another man, whose name we
cannot recall, got drunk together and fin
ally gravitated to the same room, and strip
ping, went to bed. In the morning the
nameless man awoke to find that Davis
had decamped, and taken his money and
all his clothing. The police were inform
ed of tho occurrence, and in due time
found Davis asleep under the sidewalk.
Of his guilt there seemed to be no doubt,
as he had his friend's clothing ou his person
and his motley in his pocket. He was, of
course, put in jail to await the action of the
Grand Jury. The trial came on yesterday
aud the prosecuting attorney entered a
uolle prosequi to the indictment, and turned
the prisoner loose. The explanation of the
matter is this. The two men went to bed
together as stated. Davis waking up in the
night, concluded he wanted another driuk,
and in searching around in the dark found
his partner'sclothing iu which he innocently
enrobed himself. Passing out on the side
walk, and being still very drunk, he fell to
the ground aud rolling under the walk
went to sleep, where he was found. The
police unwilling to uccept his explanation
that he "did'nt know how in the hell he
got into his partner's clothing," put him iu
jail as they ought to have done.
It the colored woman named Call ie
Gilbert, told the truth in giving in her tes
timony yesterday, in her suit for divorce,
her husband is a savage a bloody Zulu,
and she, herself, one of the mot dutiful,
virtuous, uncomplaining, submissive-ttnd
patient females that ever drew the breath
ot life. When we heard it recounted how
her black fiend of a husband ( who was not
there and made no defence, because, as is
alleged, he was anxious to get rid of the
virtuous Calliei how he cut her with a
razah, how he sought to take her life with
a shot gun, loaded, fur all she knew, with
railroad spikes and trace chains: how he
menaced her with a sharp, gleaming chop
ping axe: how he choked, gouged, ham
mered ami kicked her, while she. the lamb
like creature, neversaid a word, but worked
for him, an 1 tried to please him. a:id had
no higher thought than to make him happy
and good-natured when we heard all this
we involuntarily exclaim 'd "how J could
he?" It is true the woman didn't lo k as if
she had been !ibue 1 or would stand abuse;
but then appearances n:v often deceptive.
Of course the court could do nothing le
than release the black lamb from the mat
rimonial meshes hi which the ferocious
black r:!rn had ensnared it, and now that it
is released, colored men who are in want of
such an article of household utility, know
exactly where, according to Callie's story,
they can find a jewel of a helpmate.
A large and specially select crowd of
ladies and gentlemen participated in the
Presbyterian sociable last night. It might
with pnmrietv indeed, bo druomirmt,.,!
the "social event of the season." Excel
lent feeling prevailed, nnd the rctres'ian-uts
of . which there was a varied abundance,
were by no means neglected. It was, in
short, a delightful occasion. After music
and singing by the choir, and solo, ly Mrs,
Lansden and others, Mrs. George came for
ward and for the gentlemen ct the congre
gation, presented the organist, Mrs. Ais
thorpe, with a handsome and costly
set ol Majolica wait- takin
that lady completely by surprise. Then
turning to Mr. Hyslopand lifting a line si!
verand glass fruit bowl, filled with trop
ical fruits, she in a most happy and appro
priate speech, in the name ot the ladies
of the church, asked 'him, ,n
the eve of- his departure.' to
Scotland. 'Land of the Blue-Bell and
Heather' to accept it as an evidence of their
esteem and good wishes, in Ins journeyings
to remind him that no matter how warm
the hearts that waited him across the ocean,
hearts equally as warm were left behind
him in America and as true friends would
watch and wait for his returning. We re
grot that we can only give so faint nr. out
line of the beautiful ideas that made up
this littlu presentation speech. Mr. Hv-
slop, like Mrs. Aisthorpe, was so completely
surprised that he could ouly return his
thanks in the fewest possible
words. After the presents followed the
strawberries, ice cream a:id cake, and the
general enjoyment that makes these gather
ings iu the church so far ahead of the aver
age church soci ibies.
The Grand Jury have adjourned and
the men who composed it have gone home
Its labors were wisely lessened and its
session shortened by the refusal to listen to
ilic complaints of unscrupulous whites and
Hacks who sought to render it an instru
ment to gratify their longings for personal
gen i i" t
But crimes were overlooked that
to have excited thorough and dili-
ffont uyiug in ueu, wiiiim a
half mill' of the court house, is a young
idiito girl who has. lying beside her, the
j.0ung evidence of her seduction and ruin.
Ill-ought up from childhood without the care
f a natural protector, compel to labor
tor litu" maintenance all her life, aim uj.,jn.
mi IIS SPACE IS RESERVED
for II. Meyers Go and see his
new brands of fine cigars; the best
ever brought to Cairo.
tained her virtue and respectability until
she reached woman's estate. Then the
temptcr.'m the shape, it is said, of u married
man a stranger to the girl -f Bind her out,
and by what deceit, falsehood and treachery
he worked her ruin, we do not know. Wc
only know that she is ruined, that she is
left penniless with the proof of her shame
to provide for; and will, hereafter, repent as
she may, be held as an abandoned woman
and social outcast. While this is true the
villain who destroyed her holds up his
head, calls himself a man. ajid is no doubt
respected as such by both men and women
who form the community in which he lives.
Nay, to the disgrace of our kind we say it,
that it would matter but little should he
confe-s. even boast of his achievement. His
acquaintances would throw no stones nt
him the female portion not even reprov
ing glances. He. a thousand fold the
guiltier cf the two, will never be made to
feel a pang of regret for his villainy unless
the clutches of the law fasten upon him
-he, the victim, will find every door and
every heart closed against lrr; and even
women, ordinarily full of sympathy for
those who may need it, will be the fiercest
and most relentless ia the cry
of "down with her, tho harlot;
put her down!" .Will tho tim? never come
when women will learn to look with a
charitable, if not a forgiving eye, upon the
wrecks of their sex. that were made wrecks
through the perfidy of heartless men? To
the poor victim their hearts should go out
in tender sympathy, and hands to raise her
up should not be wanting. But the victim
realizes, instead, the social ostracism, the
hate and horror that seals her life and
soul to perdition. To some of the Grand
Jurors this caso wa' known: the name of
the guilty man could have been ascertained,
the mii -stv of the law could have bcenvin
dicated. and something of redress secured
for one. who, according to the cruel esti
mate of society, is socially and morally
damned for time, if not for eternity. Why.
may we uk, was not this inquiry institu
te 1 ?
Picnic! pu nk 11 picnic ::.' By the Cairo
Turn Gemeinde, Sunday, 2'ith inst..at Cun
ningham's grove. Everybody is invited to
participate. The ferry-boat Three States
will leave Cairo at 910 a. m., and 1 p. in
making round trips. Fare round trip L'.l
cents. The Committee.
Ice, 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 de;re. Leave orders at my
residence on Seventeenth near Commercial;
at Sargeants. o:i Eighth street, or address
me through the post-office.
F. M. Ward.
Lokii.i.ap.d's Tin Tag smoking tobacco
in eighth, fourth, half and pound packages.
Also Lorillard's N'ckle Nuggets and Dime
Nuggets, for sale :.F. Korsmeycr's at fac
A jfEW lletrig'.'rators are left over from
last season, nnd desiring to go out of the
o e. i .. ... .. .
H'.-lMe,,-,;u,T I MSlllC.SS, I Will HC'll tllCIU lit
c"st- A. Hali.lv.
Tf t . .
uhADAciih, wnetiier arising from In
digestion or Nervousne-s. thoroughly unfits
any one for attention to business or any
other active effort. Dr, Bull's Baltimore
Pills always cure this distressing disorder,
giving prompt relief after the first dose.
WIRE SCREEN'S, FURXITl'RE, ETC,
Furniture manufactured nnd all kinds of
repairing done, at my shop on Commercial
avenue, l.etween Eleventh and Twelfth
streets; also all kinds of cabinet making; to
order. Mattresses manufactured to order
nnd kept on sale. Repairing nnd uphol
stering done (in short notice. I hnvca
good supply of walnut moulding and wire
doth for sereens.to be made up In the latest
a tl 1 1 ln.it svl(. p, !iVi t'nrtr IntV.
J U iv.
Fit an k SoiroKJfns.
A bunch of ten or twelve Yale lock, and two r
more lira" key. A ulta!!c reward wl I be r : ni
their delivery at the wharf-boat.
A ii!e bnr liuj.".'v. rtse neat, without top. ApVy
at the llulh tiu i-iiutttiiiK room. '
NOTICE DAM'IMi CLASS.
The Ladled rlas will meet to-mnrrow i'Saf.ir.l. )
fon-nooii.teii to twelve Inntead of two to four. p.
m . a u-ii.il. In order to give all an uppurtiiBitv I j
attend the matinee. M.m.v
NOTICE TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
Mr William O'Connel I. nn lor.gor In mv einp'cy
and all i)i r.in are notified not to Ml ulm L'n.:-
or invrihiiidiK.. on mv account
Fifty Laborer wanted lo work ou Itullriud. A'
ply at ouro'rlu. k. 11. m . at the ottli e of tUe
Louie Iron Mmimalu and Southern I!.ii;av. Ni
''j Ohio Levee
ntlrel herein- eji'-n that ttie inn! Ti.-r. .1 ,v'
niiliMratuM uf the flate of Ore.-u II pari;, r. !a
of AU-xauder roiinty. deci.iKit. will iiti-nd t!
eountv court of find rruutv. M il June term, to I
held In the court houru In tln-ritv of t siro. ou t1--third
Monday in June. lo inuke fin. nu
mint uf mid i-tate.
JOHN II PARK El!.
.VliiiinHntor i-tjtei,. j. park.-r. deces;
Notice I. hereby ;iivii th.it the tini.-r.i,'m d. !
nilniir:itor d.-boni. mm. ot thei 'lale of l.ove M
Willi, lale ol Airxauiler county, rien a.ed. will a:
tetid the nunty court of raid ruiiiily. at It. .I'.ti.
term, to be h- euu In the court hoti.e', in n- ci ,,
I alro. on the third .Monday r June, W. for'tti.'
pltrpore of makili.' Htm tlenn-nt of raid e-l H. .
Deboui non.ertate of (m.vi M. Willi. ilei ....-i!
EC TTOR'S NOTICE.
i. st ate of iiKsnv h u. rF.t r.A.rr.
The uriderrlu'tied. liavinir been appoint' d Ex.,--trix
ol the la-t will and tenanient ' i .'
Iliury Mayo. Lite ol t!,e loi.ntv ol
Alexander, and mte of Lliuolr. 1,.,,'j.,.,!
hereby in notice t:i., .he will uppear b. fre tin
county court ot Aieiandi-r comm. ut the mur'
heil-e lu Cairo, ut ih..- July term', on the Second
Monday in July n. xt. ai which time nil per.oi.
having claim aL'ni-t raid estate are noliil, J an.!
reqin-.ted to attend lor the purport of haili.gthe
ranie adjuted. All u rronr indebted to raid e
tale are n-.Uerted tu make immediate pa tin r t
to the under-! d.
Dateil thi 1'Mh da-ol M iv. A. I). K'i
CA'I II KLINE .MA Yo. K.ctilnt
Nev,I''asl foul Kk-jront I'.issciipi-
RoitEirr wise u.,.t,r
U. W. THOMPSON i !,,',
Will rell Round Trlii Ticket, from Cni
oil. Paducah and Sindhland. to Cincinnati and re
turn, nood during the month. (,r Mav und .liine
iiiicliidinsr t:iteroom iu oort) lor Ten Dollar-'
Cincinnati offer more attraction to vlltor thoe
to month than duriui: all othora of the year
And wi-hiti' lo favor i-xcnrrlonlrl. I make thi-
uo.-rai reiiueuon to any wlrlilnu' to make the round
trip. The North American Sienuerrert commence.
June 11th: ller Wallack. the Orcat T niedi:ili '
Madam Ander-oii, the Champion Walker- and
Paul llovton. the world-renowned Swimmer, will
be there. ,
I I'l'lie Animal In the Zootolnd (iarden will be
lu their manner quarter. Shllllto'r .mi )n
tiooil Palace-(the iluziiar of American Fahlon'i
- will have Mirinc and rummer onenine. moil
dune I.Mh. And wilh the "Hill-ton Reori." fr,-
to nil. the '-Pari of America" will
be. aeen when
THE "GAFF" CARRIES A FI LL STRING HAND
A uood time I lmmUrcd. Invite your friend
and join u in n trip.
Leave Cairo, p. in.. Friday Mav ftth. Mondav
Mayjii. Friday. June Pi. Mnndnv. June :i. Frl-
dav, J ill v IS. Your. I(eieeti'ully.
lloltEIIT W. WISE.
TIIE ANCHOR LINE.
For New Orleans, ggfr;
CITY OF ALTON.
Friday, Mav aa, at 5 p.m.
T. S. Davldron
Monday. May $1. ati p.m.
FOR MEMPHIS AXp VICKSr.l'RG.
CITY OF HELENA,
Isaac Mi Kk:.
Tiie.diiv, May -je.
Thursday,' May W
Md'llKfiTKII. , .
FOR ST. LOUIS.
GOLD Dl 'ST,
JollN T, McCnnn Mauler
Tunedav, May SO, at 10 p. ni.
CHARLES P. CHOUTEAU.
W. II. TiioiiwKiian...... Master
w cducmlay. May sit.
K d II ray , Mauler
i-ioii-ruttv. .May sj,
UBOIKIK W. LkNNOX........ ,
rrlday, May if!.
. JNO. B. MAUDE
W. II. Ulako v-....
Haliinlnv. May SM
Jamks ON tat U.,i,.
Whrfboa,Nom3!lon ,0 Anchor Llno.Offlce.
( apt. THOMAS W. SHIELDS, Supt.