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Sore, ar.d all Cutaneou Krtip,1oi. .ti-ttpiHr like
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BARCLAY EKOS., AcMM'alro, Illinois.
J H. BRYANT, 51. D.
OFFICE: Eighth end Wa-hiiSKton Avenue
RESIDENCE i-Corutr Nincti-tutli and Wash'
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R. E. W. WIIITLOCK,
Ornrr. No. IV. Comimirclal
F-iyhib nr.rt Ninth Strci-u
R. V. C. JOCELYS,
OFFICE Eli-hili Street, nt-ar Commercial Avenue
JINEGAU & LANSDEN,
OFFICE No. 11? Commercial Avenue.
JIVTIAL AID SOCIETY.
IDOWS' AND ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid .Society.
Corner of Seventh nt. and Comnierclal Avenue,
8 to li o'clock a.m.,1 to 0 and
7 to S p.ra.
THOMAS LEWIS, Secre.ary.
TIIE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
Only Morning: Daily in Southern Illinois.
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Time. Bar. Thur. Hum. Wind. Vul. Weather.
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Yon Sale A i'ood business house two
etory brick, on Washington avcnuo, comer
of Tenth street. A ilesirablc situation for
a qrocory store. Apply to
John Fry, brother of George 51., is in
Immense variety of fnn find parasols,
very cheap, at Stuart's
Mrs. James 51. Corey is in the city
visiting Mrs. B. V. Robbing.
Strawberries r.re becomm-' scarce. The
crop is t-alil to lie well nigh exhausted.
The Delta fire engine is in the hands
of Ma'pr and Tester undergoiii'' slight re
New prints, lawns, dress linens and
qinghnir.s, for summer wear, 5Ionday morn
iDg at Stuart's
The saioonists have been gently but
1irm!y warned that they must keep their
front floors closed on Sunday.
Col. Lowery delivers a temperance a d
dress in Puducah, this evening, under the
auspices of organization known as the Rech
There will be a fpceial meeting of the
City Council Tuebday night, to let contracts
tit construction of ciniTer sidewalks and
t)ie removal of garbage.
The demund at the Alexander county
bank, yeatcrduy, for ice-crtum, was limiteil
to tlm needs of two customers, But sinttU
(M'Wfts tin; demand it exceeded the supply.
Wu.t says we arc prone to canards.
"If be look me in the faco and Kay the
same Jeannot," lie may have occasion to
say tl.tit we are prone to "canedmrd," too.
The Missionary society will meet in
the M. E. church to-dny. An interesting
feature of the occasion will be the memo.
rial services in honor of Dr. Waldo, deceased
tho society's first president.
Dr. Harry Robinson ami Prof. T. N.
Wells, both of Clinton, Ky., the former a
prominent physician, and tho hitter the
principal of the Clinton college, were among
our visitora yesterday.
A little two or three year old child of
Mr. James Grccney, playing on the street
yeitcrdriy through some' menus,
thrown down by a passing wgm.
One of the wheels passed over one of the
little creature 'a feet cr ankles, but fortun
ately did not break any bones.
-The requirements of the council hnvo
been complied with. The C. & V. II. R
Co. btjs planked its tracks, along Commer
cial avenue, in accordance with corporation
lawjnud now, what next?
The Springfield Journal asks the editor
of The iiii.lktin to step up una Lm
"bored." To nsk that of a man who is a
regular reader of tho Journal, Is simply
Mr. Oberly's family having recovered
their wonted state of health, Mr. Oberly,
himself lms come in for a share of the aches
and pains something in the lumbago way,
Some of our colored women manifest
:iuite an interest in "dessecration day" as
they call it, and will be greatly put out if
they are not permitted to "aessecrate'.tnc
Mound City graves, on the 30th.
Miss Maggie White, daughter of Mrs.
Scott White, was expected home, yesterday
evening, from school. We arc sorry to add
that the young lady's return was necessi
tated by a severe attack of sickness.
-An archery club has been organized
among our young folks, and specimen bows
and arrows- 40, 50 and 00 pounds ordered.
A match on the commons will be one of the
events of the early future.
The notices of the Theatre Comiquc,
yesterday, wero not "paid locals"; but got
in through accident or inadvertency, with
out the knowledge of the editor aud con
trary to the wishes of the manager of The
The number of excursiouists in Cairo,
yesterday, was variously estimated at from
1300 to 1,000. There were certainly as many
as 2o0 in Reform hall, at one time, shortly
after the return of the Idle wild from Col-
We hear it said that the Paducah
packets carried excursionists from Cairo to
Paducah, yesterday evening, at the rate of
50 cents each, supper included, and made
the price of the rouud trip only one do!
The excursion to New Madrid by the
steamer Nashville and return a two-day
trip at a cost, wo believe, of only 1, with
50 cents for meals opens the way for a
protracted season of enjoyment at a mighty
Walsh and 5Iurdock will start for St
Louis, to-morrow, with the racer Harlem.
It is the purpose to put the animal in train
ing their for a short time, and then let him
out, aud see what is in him. e look lor
a good report.
"It's d d curious," remarked
stranger, yesterday, as he stepped out of
Parker's book -store "they don't keopthein !
It's the first book-store I ever saw without
them.'' Bcinn a little curious, we asked
what was wanted! The reply was: "Why
We may look out, now, tor DuJey's
reappearance in Cairo. lie seems to have
escaped the vigilance of the Paducah police-
ami to have carried olf his booty. He is
known to the old police force of Cairo, ami
unless he is taken in hand a half dozen
louses will be burglarized by him in less
than a week.
Circuit Court adjoumed.at noon yester
day, until Tuesday Junu 3rd, at 2 o'clock
p. in. The Judicial election will lie held in
the meantime, and all the indications point
to the conclusion that Hon. John M. Lans
don will till the bench to complete the
term. Jurors not dismissed will have to be
oa hand at the convening of the Court.
The Loretto academy Insurance has
been adjusted, we undcMand, and tlio lull
amount due paid over to the assignee or
agent of Bishop Purcell in satisfaction of a
mortgage held upon the buildiug for con
struction money. This heavy encumbrance
out of the way, it is to be Imped that some
means will now be adopted to replace the
Wes Lane is of the opinion that all
widows who have to take in washing to
support their five children, should come to
Leadville. A widow of that kind who ar
rived there last March, with fifty cents in
her pocket, and who at once commenced
performance of drudgery over the wash-tub,
now has sixteen men working three claims,
for which claims she lias been offered
Lace top Lisle gloves, entirely new
line, at low prices. Plain Lisle, one to six
buttons, 10 ountu it pair and upward! also
a full line of ladies' silk mitts, extra long,
in black, white and opera shades. Our
glove stock will be found the most exten
sive In the city, and prices, its muul, the very
lowest. C. R. STfAitT.
But four days remain in V.iich to per
fect arrangements for decoration dayr and,
in so far us we are informed, all the ar
rangements remain to be perfected. It
would not be a bad Idea to name permanent
committees for these occasions, so that,
without uny preliminary ndo, the arrange
ments can be made,
In Friday's Ik'LLETiN, we mentioned
the drowning of 51f. Lovcjoy, mate fof the
steamer Paris C. Brown, while the boat was
lying at the Paducah landing. It seems that
the Brown, Lovcjoy acting as captain, was
in the act of moving out from the wharf
boat, when the DeSmet. that was coming
in. struck her quite violently, aft of the
wheel house, It j believed that the Jar
thus occasioned precipltat d Mr. Lovejoy
overboard: that infal'.lnghe atruek a b.ui
!ongH.;nndiunJured hlmudf that hu
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; SUNDAY MOKMJNG. MAY
could make no effort to keep Above tho wa
ter and accordingly drowned. His hat was
found shortly afterwards; but all etTorts to
recover the body proved fruitless.
The publisher of The Bulletin has a
sweet remembrance of n very thoughtful
lady friend in Vienna. Ho received, yester
day, from 5Irs. Jesse C. Davis, of that
place, n jar of very pure, clear and most de
licious honey a luxury for which his appe
tite is very happily adapted. Ilccan make
no return except a tender of his thanks, and
ho begs to assure the lady the thanks, like
the honey, are genuine.
To-morrow the collector will, in pur
suance of an order of tho County Court,
commence tho sale of real estate delinquent
for the taxes of 1878; but as a vast amount
of the taxes remain unpaid the sale will
not be pushed for a few days, in order to
accomodate the large number who mav
choose to pay up and avoid the heavy cost
of fortfeituro. Property forfeited to the
State can only bo redeemed by the pay
ment ol all costs and ten per cent, dam
A young man for sotnetimo connected,
with one of our popular business houses,
receiving his discharge, the other day, ami
varying from his usual line of conduct, got
on u tremendous spree. Wandering about
the central part of the city he took part in
lively but unsatisfactory fistic set- too
paid his fine, and immediately started out
on the hunt of somebody else. Hie
ast named somebody was soon found, ami
the work of dressing liim was in progress
when an otDcer arrived on the ground, and
An Italian, with his traveling menage
rie, consisting of a huge brown bear, passed
up Washington avenue, yesterday evening,
and by that ioute out of the city. Boys,
white aud black, mules and dogs, gathered
about the animal and viewed it with open
eyed wonder. To the mules it was a curi
osity that they were much inclined to ex inl
ine critically: the boys and dogs, noticing
the ever-ready left-hand paw and protrud
ing claws were satisfied to conduct their in
spection at a point beyond striking dis
tance. It was an enormous animal, in
point of size.
Our feflow-townsman, Mr. Walter Hy
slop, of the City National and Enterprise
Savings banks, will leave Cairo to-morrow.
for a three month's sojourn among the peo
ple ami amidst the scenes of his native
Scotland, "the land of the blue-bell and
heather," from which he has been continu
ously absent since 1 !GT. This trip com
pleted Mr. Ilyslop will have crossed the
ocean eleven times. He certainly goes out
with the warmest wishes, even the prayers
of our people, that tho trip will be a pleas
ant one. free from harm or hazard, and
rich in blessings to him in a thousand
We are ghvl to be able to announce
that the publication in the St. Lotus Globe
Democrat and the re'.nrt current in Cairo
during the past few days, to the effect that
Amaadus Jaeckel blew his brains out in
St. Louis, last Sunday, ure untrue. How
or why such reports were put in circulation
we cannot divine; but that they are false
we have very positive assurance the testi
mony of a letter written in St. Louis yester
day, and of a gentleman who drank a glass
of beer with Jaeckel as late as Wednesday
Mr. Tazewell B. Tanner, ignoring the
local press as a medium for communi
cating with tiie public, send abroad num
erous printed circulars in which he tells the
people that he is running for the office of
Supp-mc Judge. He argr.es that judges of
courts shouldn't he selected by political
parties, and arrives at the conclusion that
inasmuch as politics should be kept out of
such matters, it would be a very proper
thing for the people to do to elect him to
the Supreme Judgeship. If we mistake not
Judge Tanner is a chronic otiie hunter, and
without any care for the probable outcome,
puts in for all the fat place in sight, Imp
ing that, if ho lives long enough, he will,
one of these days, be successful. Asa law
yer and citizen, the Judge is said to main
tain a very respectable stun ling.
The excursionists, yesterday, made the
Reform Club room their head quarters.
5Icsrs. Barclay, Jr., 5IcCullough, Kent and
Daniels, a committee, acting for the club,
extended the hospitalities In a very cordial
ant iratema: manner, run everybody was
much gratified with the attentions bestowed
As many as one hundred and fifty of tho
visitors spread th"ir lunches and dined in
the hall, and were well pleased to find ac
commodations so exactly fitted to their
needs, At the proper time President Wil
liams dispatched the members of the com
mittee above named to Columbus on the
steamer M'.ewild. to meet the excursionists
irom tliat quarter, lms eroiwl, or a large
portion of it, was also escorted to the hall,
where quite a number of our people lw
them and did the agreeable. So up(,n tho
whole, our visitors were handsomely enter
tained, and left with a good opinion of 0,ir
city and Its people a result, we need
scarcely add, for which our citizen arc
much Indebted to Capt. Wil!i:inis and the
Wo received a call yostcrJny frfitu'.Iolin
W. Bixby, the' man who was hentln mi
robbed by. Cheatetn and Edwards, In
hiding to tho punishment visite.l ,y tjie
court uprtn the guilty parties, wt. reitiurketl
that 'because they had been u,.fj to
the police- In spotting the cricks w!m In
fcted the city, they were r-conuue': !e fi
tho court's mercy." Ono
of our prominent citizens (who by ti,
showed that they are not incapable of
very littlo things) tried to persuade Mr
Bixby that the quoted remarks referred di-'
rectly to him, and were a gross and dnmno.
'ing insult that culled for resentment. If
this was a piece of humor in the parties
in question, nobody will envy them their
conception of tho humorous. If it was a
piece of spite-work, or the outcrop,
ping of spleen' and personal venom,
it was directly the levtrso of brave ami
manly. We found Mr. Bixby nn honest
minded, candid mnn. Uo could see noth
ing wrong in the paragraph, but was as
sured that It was slanderous, and that tho
writer should be held answerable. Mr.
Bixby is not a Kentuckiun, as we have
stated; but a citizen of Illinois.
Deputy Sheriff Churles Bennetleld had
quite a time of it Friday last, la effecting
the arrest of a colored man named John
Thomas, who is suspected of horse stealing.
Bennefield was on his way to Unity when
hejovcrtook an old man named Hight who
claimed that he was in search of n horse
thief, but was fearful he would never come
up with him. Bennefield took a descrip
tion of the man wanted, and at once decided
that the description fit John Thomas,a young
colored man eighteen or nineteen years old,
living with his parents near Jlounds Junc
tion. Obtaining the company of Jeff
Craig, IJetinetield set our for the Junction
and arriving at the house, called for a
drink of water. The woman was about to
respond to the call, w hen John cried out,
"no; we haven't got any water. Don't let
'em come in here." At this both Bennefield
and Craig entered the yard. The negro
man ran to a neighboring fence and jerk
ing off a picket, warned the officers not to
lay hands on him. Bennefield approached,
when the negro aimed a blow at his head
that would have clett the skull, but for the
fortunate circumstance that the picket was
impeded by a tree top. The nssault'-d officer,
hoping to scare the negro into
submission, drew his revolver, and
aiming at the culprit's arm,
tired. The negro instantly dashed through
the opening he had made in the fence, mid
cut out at full speed across an open field.
Bennefield tired upon the fngative, the ball
taking effect in his back, and then put cut
in pursuit. At the cud of a quarter mile
foot race, and when in a state of utter ex
haustion, he overtook his man, who, in
stead of surrendering, turned upon Bi iine
fleld, and fought likenn enraged tiger. It
was blow for blow, until Bennefield plant
ed a good one in Thomas' temple, and
grounded him. By this time Craig, who
had been sick, reached the scene of con
flict, and the desperate fellow was soon
mastered. He was tied, brought safely to
Cairo, and is now securely ensconced in the
Ammiel Gomez is the name of a
French Creole who reached Cairo some
weeks ago, and concluded that it was a
good place to ply Ids avocation, which is
that of the dead beat. In his rounds he
met an Italian, mined GaHillco, who ex
pressed a purpose to goto Cape Girardeau.
Very singularly Cape Girardeau was the
point tor which Gomez was destined, and
they'd bear each other company. Pend
ing the arrival of a boat they walked out
the Mississippi levee, G inez informed
his friend how he had learned nil the
tricks of the shallow confidence men of
Cairo and how, if he could be persuaded
fo do so, he could break every one of them.
In three card monte, he could turn the
car l every time, and be showed his eager
Italian friend bow to do it. This conver
sation had scarcely ended when a negro
met them, shutlling three cards, and under
some pretext made himself known. Con
versation turned upon three-card monte,
and just for the fun of the thing Gomez
showed his skill, turning Jack every time
much to the astonishment, of course, of the
negro. The negro having to step aside
a moment, the Italian was let into the secret
the Jack was marked ! k The balance is
the old story. The Italian bet all the
money he hail and his watch and chain
that he could turn Jack, and his stakes
were covered. Confident of success, he
turned the marked card, and it was'nt
Jack! The negro being Gomez's
confederate subsequently divided the
booty,' leaving the Italian penniless,
which was a fortunate circumstance in this,
that it insured his presence here to prose
cute Gomez the negro having escaped.
The jury, after hearing the evidence, re
turned a verdict of "guilty," and fixed the
punishment at five years in the peniten
tiary. Upon the announcement of this ver
dict M r. Gomez arose to his feet ami with
many a graceful gesture, thanked the jury
for their leniency in dealing with an unpro
tected orphan. He couldn't have been
more grateful hail he anticipated a verdict
Evkhy motherin-hiw should recommend
Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup for her grand
children filial thus keep peace in tho family.
CHANCE FOR GOOD INVESTMENTS,
Kdltor Cairo Iliilli llii:
I Taking into consideration the fact that
at tho late charter election there were more
votes polled than for a number of years
past, nnd the further fact that there is an
over Increasing demand for dwelling
houses (which fact, alone would rhow con.
rlttslvely that our population lms increased
considerably in the past two orthree yearsi.
Let nie ' view of this, why it Is thnf
some of our monie.l citizens do not buiM a
Try The Druggist's Sundries
FIVE CENT CIGA.R 1
The most pleasing smoke for the money ever offered to the
1)0 NOT FAIL TO GIVE IT A TJtlAL.
Lovers of the weed who appreciate a fine aromatic smoke
will do well to try
Strictly hand-made of the choicest selection of Havana Tobacco and superior in nuil
lty to two-thirds of the Cigars imported to this country.
A. TULA. I. WILL SATISFY
The most fastidious taste of the merits of this Cigar.
SOU) BY ALL FIRST-CLASS RETAIL DEALERS.
The above brands are especially adopted to fine trade, and no dealer should be
SOLE AGENT FOK CA1KO,
Call ami exam i ne ami bo convinced. H. ME YEIIS.
number of tenements, not through any pub
lic spirited feeling, but as nn investment
that would yield them larger dividends
than any other that I know of.
Take for instance this proposition. For
f.'OO, a good lot could be had. For 4C00 a
cottage of four rooms could be furnished in
first-class style, which would readily rent tit
$150 per year. Twenty-live dollars will pay
taxes, insurance and all other expenses in
cluding wear and tear. Here we have $12.")
per year net, on nn investment of fs00.
Would not this lie a good investment for
the landlord.' The figures I take, are the
very outside ones, for with h!or and mate
rial cheaper than for years past I am fully
convinced that any number of cottages
above one could 1k built much cheaper. If
some of our public spirited citizen who
have the means, would look into this mat
ter they can convince themselves, beyond
doubt, that my statement is not overdrawn
and I am satisfied that if some one would
start the "ball rolling," others would fall
into line and there would soon develop an
air of thrift and industry in our city, which
would give us all a U tter feeling regarding
our future prosperity. Foiikst Paiik.
A Skaiu ii Waiiuant allows an officer to
go through your house from cellar to gar
ret, an-1 Limlsey's Blood Searcher is war
ranted to go through your system from top
t" toe and drive out all blood diseuses. Its
cures are wonderful and 'certified to by doc
tors, preachers and people. Scrofula, .Mer
curial Diseases, Erysipelas, Tetter, Ulcers in
the Lungs or on the Skin, Boils, Pimples,
iV.c., we warrant it to cure. It is a purely
Vegetable Compound und Powerful Tonic.
For sale by all Druggists. See that our
name is on the bottom of the wrapper.
R. E. Skli.lus A; Co., Prop'rs, Pittsburgh,
Pa. Barclay Bro's Agents.
Savi: vtit k ( iin.DitKN. For expelling
worms from the system, Sellers' Vermifuge
has no equal in this or any other country.
One teaspoonfiil given to a child of Mr.
Brudbery's, expelled 2.'J1 worms in four
hours after taking the medicine. Benj. Ly
tic, Union township. Pa. Also expelled
worms from my child two years old. Win.
Sarver, St. Louis, 5Io. Sold by all drug
gists. Price; 25 cts. R. E. Sellers & Co.,
proprietors, Pittsburgh. Pa. Send for cir
cular. The Turin is MioHTV und will prevail.
Thousands who have tisi-d und been cured
are living witnesses to the truth of our
statement, that Sellers' Liver Pills will cure
the worst cases of liver complaint, billions
ness, headache arising therefrom, costive
ness, constipation, dizziness and all disor
ders resulting from a diseased liver. For
Mile by all druggists. Price 25 cents. R.
E. Sellers & Co., Proprietors, Pittsburgh,
Pa. Barclay Bros., agents.
The auction sale of 51 r. Fitzpatriek's
house, corner of Seventh and Cedar s.treets,
will take place at 10 o'clock 5Ionday morn
ing. Tom Wintkh,
Picnic! i-icnic!! hcnh:!:! By the Cairo
I urn Gomeinde, Sunday, 25th inst.,at Cun
ningham's grove, Everybody is invited to
participate. The ferry-bout Threu States
will leave Cairo at 10 n. m., ami 1 p. m.
making round trips. Fare round trip 2.1
t'1'"' Tin: Committee.
A tew Refrigerators are left over from
last season, and desiring to go out of the
iMhgcrator business, I will sell them at
c"st- A. Hai.i.ey.
Ice, Ick 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 at my
residence on Seventeenth near Commercial;
at Siirgennts, on Eighth street, or address
.me through the post-olllce.
V. 51. Wauw.
Cimw Jackson's best Sweet Navy Tobacco.
ICE! ICE! ICE!
I am prepared to furnish ice wholesale
or retail all through the season. Office,
Eighth street, between Commercial and
Washington avenues, next door to Bristol's
grocery store. jAa,n Ki ke.
A Hide-liar hu--.-v. li;i;lu .-ut, without ton. Afi 'y
at the Hulk-tin couiillin; room.
Flfly LaliohTii wanted to work on Railroad. A; -ply
itl iiui! u'rlwk. n. m . at the ufll. e nftkfV
Loiiin. Iron Mountain toil outft?ra Jiuiiwai. .
M Ohio Levee.
Notice ia hcri-bv e'vi-n lh:0 ihi
mlni-traturi' of tliu e-Iate of i.ruvu JI l'arki-r. !
of Alexaridt-r county. ili-ii-a.... i; altcinl tf.c
county court of aid county, at it. Jum- term, to
held in the court bou.e In'thecitv of riro. ou ('
third Monday in June, IiT.'j, to ii.ke linn; ;f.
went of raid estate.
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Administrator e.lan: d. li. Ptirk-r. d r, .t J
Notice lulirrehv i.vcu tt a! tli" Hint
tnltii'trator di-lionlii mui. of tin. i-nuti- of Hove M
WIIIIh. late of Aji'tKiiHrr county. ,!. cn.'-d. :'.! at
tend the rotintr court of raid n::ntv, at lt .lute
term, to l! beeuu In the court hi;U;. in the n!v of
Cairo, on the third Monday '-r June, )sti. tr V..
nirMHv ol innkiic flimi f.-tt'.i-nu-iit of caid etit.
tIiSAMI si.l:KKNI.KY. Administrator
JMiot.li. non. f-tatc ol him- M. Willi. dec-.i!.-J
itatk or iitsnv mavo, urt Kn:n.
The titid.-rsifiiMl. havhiir tii-. n anointed Kx.c
trlt of the la.t will m,i ii-.tntn.-tit if
ll.-tiry .Mayo. late i. t,,. county .f
Alexander, ami '! of Llluol. ! va.,-.;.
l.er-lpy 'lvi- notice tnat Mie will a..iar tn lon- ol
(utility court ol Ali-ainler county, at t,r i-nur?
hoiie in alro. at the July t.-rtu. on the Si-oi.'.l
Monday in July net, at whlih time all T-ot,
liktini; claim a.'n.n-t .aid elate are iii,tiii,-d at.-l
reUi-Mcd to attend fur the iuriMvof haWniMii'
.lime ailju.teil ,. rx.n liuli ),o-d to .aid . .
tate are niie.td I., n.nke Immediate iiatnu-i.t
to the iitnli-r-..'t:.-d.
Ilated tin 1'ith ilavol Mav. A. ll l-V.
CATIIKIUNK MAYO. Kxccutrn
New, 'iiNt mui KU-jrom I'asHeiiuet'
KOCKKT WlsR Ma-ter
(.. W. UKiMI'SON Krk
Will el Hound Trip Ticket, from Culm. Metro;,
oli. I'adiicnh and sinil.'.lui.ii. to Cincinnati and r
luni. u'ikjiI during tue nionih of Mav and .lime
(including ftati-room in j.orn lor 'Jen Dollar'
inciunatl offer" more uttrnctlon to vl.ltor tho.
Co month than during all othera of the year
And wi.liitiL' to favor iienrloiiliit, I make' He
liberal reduction to any wlhlin to make the rouud
trip. The North American Mi'iiirerfe! roniinenre
June 11th; I.eter Wallack, the Oreat Tragedian
Maiiuni Amii-r.on. the ( hamplon Walker; and
I'aiil llovtoii, the world renowned Swimmer wl.'
Th Animal in tlm Zoolo!rnl (iarden will h.
in their mimmer quarter, shllllto preat Dry
t.ood- I'ula.e-(the Lazanr or American KiipIiIoii.)
-will have cprliii: mui cummer uiicii'iil' until
June l.Vh. And with the. Hill top hesort," ftv,.
to all. the "I'ari of .merlca'' will bo (.l.n tt.n
THE "OA Ft'" CAJilllES A FI'LL STltlNti HAND
A L'ood timet promUed. Invito your friends
and join u in a trip.
Leave- Cairo, p. in.. Fi liluv May ith. Monday
May Friday, J nt.e 14. Mondnv. ,1une. :m. Fri
day, July Is. Your, It'-pcrti'iilly.
THE ANCHOR LINE.
For New Orleans. Jfy
CITY OF ALTON. -
11. Illxhy MaU-r
Friday, May tfl, at 3 p.m.
T. H. Davhlxon Muvr
Monday, May , nt.1 p.m.
F0.II MEMPHIS AND VICKSIU RG.
CITY OF HELENA,
Isaac MeKci: .Ma!er
Tii"dav, May HO.
Mi'iu: htkiis Master
TtiUMday, May itt
FOR ST. LOUIS.
John T. Mi Conn ...Muatcr
Tuedav, May ), at 10 p, ni,
CHARLES P. CHOUTEAU.
W, II. TiionwtuAM.M. MuM'-r
Wednesday. May in,
l.'d (iray 1 ' v. Master
Wodnetlay, May at,
(iKOiHOi W. Lknnox........ Master
, Friday, May).
JNO, IJ. MAUDE.
W. II. Mako. Maater
Saturday, .May IM
VA'IKl Vf tirilUMHIMIIMillH
miutluy, May us,
For nil Information anoiv in i,.i,n. ti
Wharllioat.No. U. " '
fait. TUOMAS W. SHIELDS, Supt.