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A Seam ii Waukant allows an officer to
jjo through vour house from cellar to gir
n't. ftn.l Lin"si'v" UUwil Searcher is War
ranted to CO through your systnu from top
I drive out nil Mood ilisenses. Its
cures are wonderful and certified to liy doc
tor, drenchers and people. Scrofuln, Mer
curial Discuses, Erysipelas, Tetter, Ulcers in
the Luiiiis or on tliu Skin, Uoils, Pimples,
Ac- we warrant it to cure. It is a purely
Vep'taltlc Compound and Powerful Tonic.
For Rale ley all Drucrirists. Sec that our
name is on the bottom of the wrapper,
11. E. Seu.khs A Co., Prop'is, Pittsburgh,
Pa. Barclay Dro s Agents.
Save vein ciiildhkn. For expelling
worms from tlie system, Sellers v erniitiij.'c
has no equal in this or any other country.
' One tcaspoonfnl J,'iven 10 ft 01111,1 . 1 . '
n,.,.!!.,.,-; .nclied 2:14 worms in four
IJiavi'it; -" t . , -
hours Bt'ter taking the medicine. l.enj. Ly
tic, Union town-hip, Pa. Also expelled 400
worms from mv child two years old. W m.
Sarver, St. Louis, .Mo. Sold by all drtip-rjist-.
Price 2.i crs. R. E. Sellers & Co.,
proprietors. Pittsburgh. Pa. Send for cir
cular. The tiuth is mioiity and will prevail.
Thousands who have u-ed and been cured
arc living witnesses to the truth of our
statement! that Sellers' Liver Pills will cure
the worst cases of liver complaint, billious
ness headache arising therefrom, costive
uess, constipation, dizziness aud.all disor
ders resuiting from a diseased liver. For
sale by all druggists. Price 25 cents. II.
E. Sellers & Co., Proprietors, Pittsburgh,
Pa. Barclay Bros., agents.
II. BRYANT, M. D.
OFFICE: Eighth and Washington Avenue.
RESIDENCE: Corner Sinoteeuth and Wa?h
inirton. 7 II. MAHEAN, M. D.,
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
Office Wi Commercial avenue. Residence corner
Fourteenth St. and Wellington avenue, Cairo.
Y U. SMITH, M. D.
OlViee and Residence :
NO. il THIItTEEXTH STREET. CAIRO. ILL,
R. E. W. WIIITLOCK,
Orncc Xo. l Commercial
F.iirlith und Ninth Street
W. W. C. .TOCELYN,
D K N T 1ST.
'.iFFI''B Eislilh Street, near Commercial Avenue,
J INEtiAR Si LANSDEN,
i'v;-i K No. in Commercial Avenue.
31 ITU A L AID SOCIETY.
WIDOWS' AND ORPHANS'
Alutual Aid Society.
Corner of Seventh ft. and Commercial Avenue,
bto 12 o clock a.m., 1 to Hand
i to p.m.
THOMAS LEWIS, Secrc.urv.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICIAL PAI'EHOF ALEXANDER COL'NTV.
Only Moniiii;: Daily in Southern Illinois.
Fou Sale A good business house two
story brick, on Washington avenue, corner
of Tenth street. A desirable situation for
1 grocery store. Apply to
Fruit trains continue lo make regular
trips on the Illinois Central railroad.
A meeting of the city councillor spec
ial business, is named for tins evening.
cnarU'y Uakcr has returned trom a
live week's trip through Georgia and Flor
ida. Miss Bertie Lufk'm, daughter of J. F.
Luf kin, of Anna, is in the city, visiiting
the family of Mr. E. W. Green. '
Miss Emma Riley, after a rather pro
tracted absence, returned home yesterday
by steamer Gold Dust.
Mr. Ilarland Armstrong, who has just
graduated from the Springfield university,
visiting the family of Capt. Corliss.
There was a meeting of the Social Sci
ence club at the residence of Mr. George
Fisher last night.
We heard it said yesterday that Leek
and Hendricks went out into the country,
jrcBterday, 'in the interest of the Democrat
We hare an Idea what fie incini; hut
we heard a Republican remark, yesterday,
that "unless McCartney wascaged he'd ruin
Some of the old wooden connecting
flewers of the city, are being replaced with
earthen drawing pipe. In the future no
wooden sewer should be contructed.
Ye-terday was undoubtedly the hottest
und most oppressive day of the season.
One had the sensation of breathing through
a wad of cotton the entire day.
At this time of the year the average
mcrcl.ant is compelled to listen, about two
hours eiieh day, to unimpeachable represen
tation! of truthful mercantile drummers.
Pat Muloney'h dog tlew at Mr. Clem
on'Hon. ycat-rduy, and bit him quite
severely. We understand that order was
Issued for the vklous brute's destruction.
Common strawberries sold n a lily yes
terday at ten cunts per box. Fjuu to
really cnoice coiiirnannen irom twelve to
fifteen rents by tho single box, of vmta
It iMdioovvs our llealtu officer to
strengthen his forces, now, and get the city
in the best powiiblu order ns soon as possl
ble. The hotter the weather, the greater
the necessity fur liaste. The heat of yester
day was a powerful poison generator.
Col. Lowcry'n temperance speeches
seem to be in demand in Paducah. Ho
sooke nirain Saturday uteht to a rousing
crowi 1 in the Chestnut street M. E. church.
Quito a number of tramps are housed
or hidden in the chapparel below the city.
How many we enn't say; but they are suf
ficiently numerous to be undesirable neigh
bors. The German Turner picnic was well
attended, and everybody claims to have had
a royal good time of it. Quite a number
were present on the grounds from Mound
The steamer Champion came in Sunday
evening with about three hundred und fifty
Paducah and .Metropolis excursionists, quite
all of whom behaved themselves very cred
Judge McCartney is chaperoned, if we
may so speak, by Circuit Clerk Reeve, of
Cairo. That's right. We hope that Mc
Cartney will show himself in every pre
cinct in the circuit.
We understand that McCarthey has
filed his bond and taken the oath of office
as jailor. Just when he'll asssume control
of the jail is not specifically determined, we
Sunday was an unusually quiet day.
Saloons were generally closed, and the
police pusincss of the day and night, con
sisted of the taking in of one crazy drunk,
by Schuckers and Hogan.
There are, in the Reform club rooms,
fourteen views of the Glen Fern picnic
crowd, each one taken from a different
point of observation. They form a very
interesting series of pictures.
The body of Lovejoy lias bee ' found.
Strangely enough the wtlicers of the rteamcr
Erown left no directions for the disposition
of the body in the event of its recovery. It
was put away temporarily, in the expecta
tion that it will be removed.
The Metropolis Times, heretofore a
Republican sheet, and of late rather on the
Independent order, comes out openly and
warmly for Lansden, Browning and Craw
ford, as the best and ablest men in the
field all of which is both sensible and
Mr. Walter Ilyslop left the city, yester
day. Fewmen in Cairo have a larger circle of
friends than Mr. Ilyslop. Ilis absence w
create a void in Cairo society that it will be
quite impossible to fill. He makes the
trip, we understand, under the advice of
Edwards, for robber', one year; Jim
, tor robbery, two years; Henry Stev-
ens, for robbery, one year; James Turner,
for assault to murder, ten years, and Ein
miells Gomiczz. for confidence game, live
years, left lor Jtliet yesterday evening un
der proper guard.
How shall we make some money is the
question thought over by many in these
tunes. Take our advice and remit a small
amount to Alex Frotlungham, & Co., bank
ers, vi all .street, rsew l ork, who by their
judicious investments have relieved many.
from pressing need. Send for their Finan
cial Report, sent free.
Mr. Kynaston has introduced a double-
geared fanning apparatus into his Fourth
ward meat shop that turns every fly or other
flying insect that attempts to pass the door,
at least a hundred back summersaults. It
keeps up a lively breeze in the shop, and
as we have already said, renders the ap
proach of flies decidedly hazardous.
It was announced that Hallidav's
Egyptian mills, of this city, would raise
steam, last week; but tiie repairs were not
in such a state of forwardness us to permit
it. We were very directly assured, yester
day, however, that from tl.ia morning forth
the great establishment, with all its nuxil
liary industries would be in full blast.
Competition is said to be the life of
trade, but is not unfri-quently the death of
the competitors. The Cairo and Paducah
packets, Champion and Johnson, are get
ting up quite a lively contention. The fare
has been cut down more than one-half, and
we shall not bo much surprised to see it
still lower. It is quite a stake that is con
We hear it rumored that the graduat
ing exercises and ceremonies in the bih
school will take place, this year, in the
evening. We ruthor approve of tho idea.
While the mid-day sun will bo apt to be
blistering, the evening will be compara
tively cool und pleasant, und the gas liglu
gives an enchantment, etc., tliut must not
be torgotten, in determining the matter.
Tho Republican Springfield Journal
piotes from the Republican Memphis Ava-
undid to prove that Okohma Kenmn is not
a characterless, Republican to
lirty work of the dirtiest of northern Re
publicans! It is in order, now, for the
Journal to quote Kellogg to prove the in
corruptibility of the Louisiana Returning
Paducah will soon become as notorious
tor her ruffianism as Memphis or Vicks-
bm-g. We were informed, yesterday, that
Hgeiiiicnirm iio arrived in Paducah just
id'ter midnight Sunday morning, on' tho
Arkansas Belle left the whiu f-boat and was
on his way to the Richmond House when
he was set upon by thvoe negroes. One of
the black fiends seW.oil tw utrungcr mid
choked him almost to a state of Insetimbil.
1 ity. while tho other two divested him ot all
Ids clothing, except his shirt and drawers
(lAlltO BULbMia; luaauA MOKmsio. MAY
his shoes and stockings.
currying.""" , , , ,
I the clothing was ono hundred and titty
dollars in cash, all ot which the robbers
succeeded in felting away with. Tho
wuonded, dazed and bewildered stranger
finally reached the Richmond House, and
told his story; but nothing was done until
daylight, when two negrues were arrested,
but no part ot the plunder recoved.
Tho Cairo and Viucennes railroad will
run a qecial train from Ciirmi to mound
city next Friday,' carrying passenger tit
considerable less tlmn half price. Trains
will be rnn from Cairo to Mound city every
hour, thus giving our people a chance to
go and come at pleasure. There is no
denying the fact any longer. The Cairo
and Viucennes is showing herself equal to
all the needs of the times and tho reasona
ble expectations of tho people.
The funeral scrniou of the Rev. George
W. Ellis was preached in the A. M. E
church Sunday, tho Free Benevolent Sens
of America, to which order deceased he
longed; the colored Masons and the nu m
bers of the other secret orders among the
colored people, attended in force, and all of
them in regalia'. The procession, about 2:1')
strong, with banners, and the insignia of
the different orders, passed up Washington
avenue, about 11 o'clock in the forenoon,
and made a very nice appearance.
Governed by the public notice given
we stated in Sunday's Bulletin that the
collector would commence the sale of real
estate, delinquent for taxes, Monday morn
ing. It seems, however, that the couity
court has not yet rendered judgment on the
delinquent list. As a consequence tax pay
ers have their iuterval of grace lengthened
eight or ten days. Parties who cm pay
now as well ns ten days hence, can nake
nothing by delay. The rendering of
judgement will increase the cost more than
the ten days' interest on the moiey will
On the lookout for items, yesterday,
we met the great criminal lawyer. Justus
Cunningham. He informed us that he is do
ing as effective work as any lawyet belong
ing to the Cairo bar. He is engiged in
many important suits, and in one f them
expects to make himselt heard from the
court house to East Cairo. He is constantly
receiving propositions from abroad one
covering the oiler of a partnership in a
Chicago law firm that has a practice worth
$800 a year! If the firm would, it return
take a partnership in Justus' om;;ihus bus
iness, the proposition would be considered;
but not otherwise.
Sunday evening a lot of niisrhievous
boys gathered a lot ot paper that had been
swept from the New York store, into a pile
and then apply a match to the heiip, ran
down Commercial avenue. screaming "lire!"
The alarm and dense column of smoke
that arose soon called out nearly every
body in the neighborhood The bad boys
looked on from a distance, heartily enjoy
ing the commotion they had created. What
those boys needed was somebody to raise
the temperature of their respective poste
rior parts to KiO degrees Fahrenheit, in the
Noah Harris is known as an industrous
well-to-do colored man who lives in the
vicinity of Beech Ridge. How he excited
tiie enmity of Henry Sims, we are rot ad
vised; but Sims became not only lostile,
but vengeful. A few nights ago Noah's
corn-crib, well filled with corn, was set on
fire, and the crib and its contents were
quite destroyed. Noah having good rea
son for believing Sims the incendiary came
into town, obtained a writ for his arrest,
and yesterday afternoon the writ was placed
in the bands of an officer, who imnn"i'-'iy
set out to execute it. It is quite likely
that Sims is now quartered under the court
Our congressman, the gushing John
Robert Thomas was industriously engaged
in "hurling Democrats from the battle
ments ot heaven down into hell, the abode
of the traitors and the damned," the last
time we heard from him. it must have
been very hot work, even then, especially
when Democrats felt disinclined to go over
the battlements. Imagine John Robert
now, while the mercury touches the nineties,
playing the game of ''hurl'' with David
Davis, and you have a picture that starts
perspiration from every pore of your body,
and starts you, all unconscious, in a search
for ice water. But seriously, ifThomas in
tends to follow "hurling" as a steady busi
ness, he'll only be obeying the suggestions
of prudence, if he takes out an accident pol
icy. About 11 o'clock yeyterday morning,
Louis Gibson saw the dead body (lf u man
llouting in the Ohio, and moved bv the hope
of reward, brought the misery
ie pile of
bones and corruption to the si
i notified the coroner, Mr. Richard Fitzger
ald. Mr. F. at once summoned
held nn inquest, but nothing w hoever could
bo learned. The only clothinij on the body
was a pair of dark Jeuns pant- mid coarse
alioes. The flesh of the body above fh
waistband of the pantaloons intirfly
gone. There was therefore nothing left for
the jury to do but to decide that tho de
ceased had probablj-ciune to tl,..ath If
accidental drowning. The b,y wag.put
awny at the exnenso of the county; nnH h
the catcher did not receive the utitielpWd.
reward ho will probably ,)cxt ,,n.
wholsomo object of the kind p,iM
-Henry Renfro, a blind whit,, ',.. auto
into tltv city, yesterday. , , h,e
that somebody would take cte .,, Merest
in atllictod humanity as represented in his
case, to forward him to Union City Ten
nessee. Ho had heard of Dr. Edwards
ami felt sure that if ho could reach the
Doctor's office, he'd leave it with restored
eye-sight. Ho is a forlorn, distressing look
iug object has obtained food and
shelter at different country homes; but be
ing unskilled in everything, it has been im
possible tor him to make any adequate re
turn. Happening to speak of his married
sister who lives in the country, he was
ftahi'd why he didn't live with her? He
answered that his brother-in-law is entirely
blind also, and a charge upon his sister
who finds it most difficult indeed to feed
and clothe him. We didn't learn the re
sult of the unfortunate- boy's - efforts to
reach Union City.
We have often wondered why our tem
perance workers, in their zeal to adopt ra
tional and ftlective means for the further
ance of their cause, have not induced one
or more of the many dramatic troupes that
visit Cairo, te present to their audiences that
most thrilling drama, "Ten Nights in a
Bar-room." It is a more telling temper
ance lecture than was ever delivered by
Gough or Father Matthew; paints tiie hor
rors of drunkenness as men know them to
exist, aud would reach dozens and scores
of persons who can never be drawn to the
club-room or persuaded to listen to a temper
ance lecture. It has not been played in
Cairo since the visit of McKcan Buchanan's
troupe. It is brimful of humorous and
ridiculous passages, aud is given marked
effect by its transitions from the gay to
the sorrowful, from wit to pathos, and from
horrors to happiness, A good company
would draw a good house and good results
would be certain to follow.
The Elgin people who don't know bet
ter are made to believe, by the editor of
their city daily, that Cairo is rescued from
annual overflow and inundation, by huge
steam pumps that hoist the water from the
basin iu which the city Ls built, over the
levees into the river again. The Elgin edi
tor has evidently not been around lately.
For an interval of thirteen years we've had
no corporation pumps, an 1 for at least half
that period we have had need for none.
Year by year the annual accumulations of
water inside the leveos, have lessened, until
now they disturb no one. At one time the
"sipe-water," as we called it, was a source
of annoyance, and the cause of much anx
iety. But the surface-hardening of the
ground is working a cure, and in a few
years wi'.l ulute the nuisance entirely.
Where there used to be hogsheads, there
are no lorjgtr junts; and one of our least
euros :ie.v, is tin si; :-w.iter that our Elgin
coteinporary pair.ts as a great, an over
It frequently hr.peus th.it sevire pain is
very greatly relieved by thorough purga
tion. Use Dr. RnTs Baltimore Pills for
this purpose. Price 2 cts.
Pehkectki) Butter Color, made by Wells,
Richardson & Co., Burlington. Vt., is pre
ferred by such authorities in Liing work,
as Jones S: Faulkner, winners of the 100
prize, and R. S. Houston, Kenosha, Wis.,
winner of the 30 first prize at the great
Dairy Fair. They use it regularly.
The Laiioii Qiktio.. This is one of
the oIdc?t questions known to political
economy, i lie warfare between capital
and labor has been going on fur the hist
4,000 years, wore or less, and is still raging
For bad bhJ take Rosadai'.is. the Great
Southern Remedy. Warranted to cure all
scrofulous humors, eruptions, &c, and
cleanse the system of all impurities. Bar
cUy Bros., Agents.
PnoFiTAiii.E Stock Investments. Be
fore Messrs. Lawrence & Co., the New
York bankers, inaugurated the combina
tion system of operating iu stocks, it was
often very difficult for inexperienced oper
ators, or even old stagers, to deal piofitably
by their single handed ventures. Now the
field is open to every one fur successful op
eratiniis. and capital iu any amounts, from
10 to ,0.00t), can be used with equal
proportionate profit. Instead of distract
ing efforts among many customers, the or
ders of thousands are concentrated into
one vast pool and co-operated for the bene
fit of all, dividing profits pro rata every
month. A prominent citizen of Ran Fran
cisco made fd.2U-l.U3 from an investment of
300 lust month. Other customers are do
ing Uttor still. j pays f l'J3 during the
mouth, '200 returns f l.tiOO, or 0 per cent.
on the stock, and so on as the market
moves. New circular contains "two uner
ring rules for success," and full instruc
tions for any -one to operate profitably. All
the advantages of unlimited capital and
careful manipulation are secured by the
combination method. S'.'ick and bonds
wanted. Government bonds supplied.
Deposits received. Apply to Lawrence &
Co,. Bankers, 5" exchange Place, Now
DIXON' SPRINGS, ILLS.
These springs will bo opened June 10th
under the management of the new proprie
tors, who would respectfully announce that
they have been thoroughly repaired, Over
thirty new cottages und new, large and
capuclous dining rooms have been built,
furnished entirely with nw furniture, m w
boding, spring mattresses, etc. The springs
are situated iu a high mid healthy locality,
surrounded by magnificent scenery; mi I
their medical qualities, not excelled by miv,
are tM well k:uwii to nee I any comment.
They are .'.;; lU'd with an iibtin huu-j i f
Try The Druggist's Sundries
FIVE CENT OIGA.Il !
The most pleasiug smoke for the money ever ottered to the
DO NOT FAIL TO GIVE IT A TRIAL.
Lovers of the weed who appreciate a fine aromatic smoke
will do well to try
THE PROBLEM CIGAII,
Strictly hand-made of the choicest selection of Havana Tobacco and superior in qual
ity to two-thirds of the Cigars imported to this country.
A. S1XGJ.U THLAL AVI LI. SATISFY
The most fastidious taste of the merits of this Cigar.
S0LIHIY ALL FIRST-CLASS RETAIL DEALERS.
The above brands are especially adopted to fine trade, and no dealer shouM be
SOLE AGENT FOll CAIRO,
Call and examine and he.convinced. II. MEYERS.
ice, refreshments and amusements usually
found at summer resorts. The best of fare
and strictest attention to the comfort ot
guests is guranteed -all for the small sum
offs per week. Special rates to families.
J. 11. Ibiowx & Co., Proprietors.
May 23th, 179.
AuciiiTECTS and school boys having
maps and plans to draw rind Leamoifs
Dyes the most convenient form of colors.
They are put up by Well's, K;chardn ii
Co., liurlington, Vt. These Dyes are the
best to be had for general use. Druggists
A Caiid. To all who nre suffering from
the errors and indiscretions of youth, ner
vous weakness, early decay, lo.rs of man
hood, iic, I will send a recipe that will cure
yu, Kr.KK ok ciiai'.oe. This great remedy
was discovered by a missionary in South
America. Send a self-addressed envelope to
the Rev.JoSKHi T. Is max, Station D. New
John J. Sti:i.zkk has removed his stock
to Eighth street in the store lately va
cated by II. Hoiipt. lie has a large stock
of jewelry ot all kinds, watches, clocks, etc.
His siiverplated ware is unsurpassed and he
si ii, down, down, way below anything ever
yet off red in this market. Ills watches
and clocks are also down to the smallest
margin. He is a first-class jeweler and
works surprisingly cheap, repairing time
pieces and jewelry, n.'id always guarantees
his work. Trv him.
vii;k scrkkss, FrKxuntE, etc,
Furniture manufactured rind all kinds of
repairing dune, at my shop on Commercial
avenue, between Kleventh and Twelfth
streets; also all kinds of cabinet making to
order. Mattresses manufactured to order
and kept on sale. Repairing and uphol
stering done o:i short notice. I have a
good supply of walnut moulding and wire
cloth for screens, to be made up in the latest
and best style. Prices very low.
b.K. IcF. WllOI.KSAIK AM) Rktaii. in
large or small quantities. Wagons will
run daily to all parts of the city, delivering
pure Luke lee in such quantities as cus
tomers may desire. Leave orders at my
residence on Seventeenth near Commercial;
at Sargeants, on Eighth strcc', or address
me through the post-otlice.
F. M. W.mmi.
GnocKitiKs, Ni:w and Fuksii. I have a
full line of fresh family groceries of every
variety, just received, and for sale at close
figures. All kinds of vegetables fresh from
the gardens. A large st-k of canned
goods, fruits, etc., at Trigg's old stand,
Washington nvenue. J. E. Si'in.Kii.
NoTIC'K. TO AM, WHOM IT MAY COXCKHX !
The Cairo Rulletin will pay no bills con
tracted by any of its employes, or any one
connected with the Hulk-tin, unless the
same is made on n written order signed by
myself, and the order must be attached to
the bill when presented, and no contracts
for advertising or job work are valid unless
the same are endorsed by myself.
E. A. IU-isnett.
Tkx Cents Woiitii. If you want n nent
smooth shave for ten cents, or a fashionable
hair cut for 23 cents, or anything else in
the toiisnriiil line, remember the plncc to
go to is Henry Schick's, No. 142 Commer
11 pound Old Hurry Letter Heads.
" " " Note Mends.
" Much Letter Heads.
'' Linen Note Heads.
The itksT (itulity of naiier ;.t prices of
tne ciicapest e.raile.
r pound statements-nil colors.
10 pound Hills Lndiiiff.
14 nmt If! pound Hill Heads nil sizes.
Kxtn super white Kiivclopcs tt t St. Louis
wholesale (.rictji. IVititini; J 1,00 extra.
Htilinif nnd Hiiidini;, nil kinds nt The
C'iikw ,Tac!sn,i's lest Sweet Nnvy To
ICE! ICE! ICE!
I am prepared to furnish ice wholesale
or retail all through the season. Office,
Eighth street, between Commercial mi l
Washington avenues, next door to Rristol's
grocery store. Jacoi: Ki.kf:.
Loitrn.AUD's Tin Tug smoking tobacco
in eighth, fourth, half and pound packages.
Also Loril lard's Nickle Nuggets and Dime
Nuggets, for sale at F. Korsmey r's at fac
A fide-liar liuc-v. riteW !. ttltlut tup. A .j. y
at liie Unlit-tin cvuotibtf room.
Notice ! hef-l.y v.-n that the i:r.i!"ri.'rn'(l
niinii-lraiur uf tiie ,-tM.-1( t.reei, fl Hrk.-r. !vt
of Ait-xmirter rieii.'v, d.-c-an-.l. will utti-nj
comity court of al'l cruiijty. at it .Itm.- trtu. lo .
Ih-M iu the court houn- lu'thecity of ( uiru. on th
tliln Mouilny in .luut, IsT'.i. In make dual n
tneiit of faM i-ftati;
.liHIN II. I'.M'.KKl!.
Ailtuiu:trator euic .. II. 1'arki-r. tle'-iamj.
Notice i'lii-r.'t.y flv.-r. tli.it tdc ur.el. -rl?iinl. m!
inlnl'tntor liuU.ui- non. i, HieUM,: of Imi.' M
Willi, laie uf Ale.vatM. r ronuty. Mei i-a..-il. ut
lend the ci.nnty court of mid i jni.tr. ut lt .1 ure
teral, lo l lit-iMin In I In coe.rt h"ii-. In the titvof
Cairo, on tin third Mnielur of J-ine. l-;!i. fer 'tV
n:r-ioe of ruiiklni; fins! fettle wi-nt of ,id et iti-
De'ion'lp. noil. 0-lite o: ln,e .M Willi"., deceived.
pjIi.MFniOl'oLIS AND PADUCAH
Tne Ki.-.-Jiit SMettfcec! Pao-i tjer St.-srncr
a.j. i;iki ...
I.etiven Cairo eery ufterivxin at :' o'clock, for
ruduiali. Metro.oe and wav latidin;.. Ker
freight or .ilfra-e :...; to isol. A MLVE1!,
T'W, Kiitst ami Ml.-niit J 1!iKKcui:-r
ilOHKliT WISE. ..
Ci. W. THO.MI'MJN.
Will .!! Hound Trip Titket from Ciiro, Metrop
olis., l'uduciih and SOnilhlnin). lo Cinriniiutt and re
tnru. iihmI durliiL' the riioiithx of Mnv und .lime.
, i in lu Oi Miit. ni. in iu pert) for Ten Holinrnt
t itii llinutl offer r luore ttttrnctioiia tovi-iior- lliu.e
two tnontliK tlniu duriny all otlicrx of the year
And w IhIiIul' lo fuvor excurloiilt. I mute thl
lilierul reduction to any wl-liln;.' to innki; the round
trip. The North American Sii-i.uerfer-t rommen-x
.lime lllli: lxter WalltK k. the (.real "I rn -il s It :
Maihim AtKloon. the t hanipioii Walker: and
I'aul lloyto!., the world renowned ."swimmer, will
I'l'lie AiiliuaU in the Zooloflciil t.ardcii will he
Hi their mnmier iiiur:erf. Mii;ilin' -.Ti-nt Drv
(iood Palace (the lluzanr of American Kn-hlonio
-will have uprln-j iti.it loumncr i"'ii,ri'. until
.lime l.ll Ii. And w ith tin' -lllll toi) Keuon," free
to all, the Parlii of America" will he fu n when
TIIE "OAKK" CAIilflKS A KI LL STIIINti BANI
A food lime In iiromii-t'd. Invite your frieniln.
and Join ii In n trip.
Leave Cairo, p. in,, I'riihv May th. Mnndav
Mayv.il. Friday. Jem; I I. Monday. June :i. Fri
day, July IS. YolllK, llepectfllllv,
HOIIEIIT W. WISE.
TIIE ANCHOR LINE.
gjjgy For New Orleans,
C ITY OF ALTON.
II. Iilxl'y M-iMcr
Friday, May 2), nl 5 p.m.
T. S, Iliivldfon Master
Monday, May vjii. At 5 p.m.
FOU MEMPHIS AND VICKSIU'RCi.
Ixaac Mi Im:.
Tuendiiy, May sin,
'ThiVriduy, Slay -ii
FOR ST. LOULS.
John T. McCoan .Mauler
Tuiu'diiv, May il, nt 1(1 p. in.
CHARLES I CHOUTEAU,
W. II. TllllllWKIIAN.... MflOtlt
Wednesday. May i,
Ed Clrny Miiner
(lEoitiiri W, MiNNiiy....... Mttt(.r
rrlday, May mj,
JNO. H. MAUDE.
W. It. Utnka. Mnnter
Hnitirdny. May ,
JAMBS O'NmL. Mauler
Hlinthiy, May 'l
For All lllfonniltlnn nn,,lu In Anrhnr r I nn t lift...
Whnrllieat No. a. ' ' ' v"," ,
Cam. THOMAS W. SHIELDS, Nupt.