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CO through your house liom collar id y:ir
ret, and LimWy'a Ulood Sourclier in War
ranted to TO tlirotl''ll VOUf bVStl'IU lYoUl top
in tnps ami drive out all blood diseases. Its
cam arc wonderful ami certified to ly doc
tor. Drenchers und people. Scrofula, Mcr
curial Diseases, Erysipeliis, Tetter, Ulcers iu
the Lung's or on the Skin, Hoilo, Pimples,
dec, wc warrant it to cure. It is purely
Vi'iretable Compound and Powerful Tonic.
For Rule liv ull Druiri-ists'. Sec that our
name is on the bottom of the wrapper.
11. E. Sellers & Co., Prop'ts, Pittsburgh,
Pa. Barclay P.ro's Agents.
Savk wen ciuuwEN. For expelling
worms from the system, Sellers' Vermifuge
has no equal in this or any other country.
One tcaspoouful given to a child of Mr.
Bradbcry's, expelled 234 worms in four
hours after taking the medicine, Iletij. Ly
tic, Union township, Pa. Also expelled 400
worms from mv child two years old. Win.
Fairer, St. Louis, Mo. Sold by all drug
gists. Price 25 cts. K. E. Sellers & Co.,
proprietors, Pittsburgh, Pa. Send for cir
cular. Thk TKLTit is mighty and will prevail.
Thousands who have used and been cured
are living witnesses to the truth of our
statement, that Sellers' Liver Tills will cure
the worst cases of liver complaint, billious
ness, headache arising therefrom, costive
ness, constipation, dizziness and all disor
ders resulting from a diseased liver. For
sale by all druggists. Price 25 cents. It.
E. Sellers fc Co., Proprietors, Pittsburgh,
Pa. Barclay Bros., agents.
II. BRYANT, M. D.
OFFICE: Eighth and Washington Avenue.
RESIDENCE: Corner Slm-ttcnth and Wuch
II. MAPvEAN, M. D.,
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
Office 136 Commercial avenue. Itofidencc corner
Fourteenth St. and Washington avenue. Cairo.
R. SMITH, M. D.
Office and llesltknee :
:0. ei THIRTEENTH STltEET. CAlttO. ILL.
JJR. E. W. WIIITLOCK,
Otticb No. 1?,f, Commercial Avennc, between
FlKhlh and Ninth Street
W. C. JOCELYN,
4 FFK E ElghtU Street, near Commercial Avenue
JJNEGAR & LANSDEN,
FFICE No. 113 Commercial Avenue.
MUTUAL All) SOCIETY.
7IDOWS' AND ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society.
Corner of Seventh ft. and Commercial Avenue,
? to 8 p.m.
Sto 12 o'clock a.m., 1 to 0 and
THOMAS LEWIS. Socre.nry.
THE DAILY BULLETIN,
OFFICIAL I'AI'EKOF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
Only Morning Daily in Southern Illinois.
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Caiiio, 111., May
Time. liar. Titer. Hum. Wlud. Vel. Weather.
n-M a tn M.cu
2.00 p.m 25.tn
S:W " ai.87
Maximum Temperature. Minimum Tern-
perkturo, 70S; Ualufall. 0.00 luch.
W. II. HAY,
Sery't Pljrnal Corn, U. S. A.
Ton Sale A good business house two
story brick, on Washington avenue, corner
of Tenth street. A desirable situation for
a grocery store. Apply to
-Air. Bowles, a leading citizen of the
village of Sandusky, waB in the city, yester
day. The ''flying Dutchman" in the shade
near Smith's proves an irresistable attrac
tion to the youngsters.
Miss Anna P. Alvord has returned to
Jacksonville, wo hear, to resume her studies
in the Conservatory of Music there.
-Mr. John A. YVaugh and Col. G. F
Meyer, of Mound City, were numbered
among the outsider wliocnme in yesterday.
Sheriff Hodges is again at his post of
duty, having safely delivered his convicts
into the lunula of the keepers of the Jolict
Judge Raker returned to the city yes
terday. The Judge is making a vigorous
t anvats, and like Crawford, has "a taking
way" about him,
All the indications point to an im
mense crowd of people at the National
Cemetery to-day. All the candidates will
be there, of course.
Health officer Wooton is unwell. It is
somewhat surprising that the stinks with
which he hut had to do dining the past
week, uitln t give him a turn at the "malig
'"--Tho poople in and about Toledo will
join Jn a celebration of the 4th of July in
the grand old hills nenr the village, and
will give a cordial welcome to ull who may
kttend from abroud.
The members ot Charted Sutnnor Court
of tills city, held an installation and suppe
t Odd Fellows' hall on last Wednesday
evening. The evcuing'scntcrtaiumeot was.
After the Installation ceremonies by W. T.
Scolt, enlivened by vocal and instruuieutn'
music, which was fine. The ladies of this
Court will hold a festival in the sumo hull
to-night and Saturday ngtht
We received, too lute for insertion In
to-days paper, a well written communica
tion upon the subject recently treated by
"Modestus," viz : the colored girl-mothers
of the city.
Commissioner Oberly is in the city,
and will remain a day or two. Mrs. O.
and family are in the enjoyment of good
health the diptheria having about com
pleted the round of the family.
The ''blessed old ass" of the Sun, bor
rowing the expletive from the lamented
Null-, calls the editor of The Rllletin
"snatr-'lc-toothed Mosc Harrel." The man's
impoteney is absolutely pitiable.
We hear it stated that Mr. Jimmy
Coleman has purchased the book and sta
tionary establishment of Mr. R. F. Parker.
If this tte true a very popular and deserving
gentleman will be worthily succeeded.
Two or three wagons loads of boxes,
barrels, tavpaulines, etc. were taken to
Mound City, yesterday evening, which may
be accepted as an intimation that there
will be no lack of refreshment stands on
. Tho old ties of the C. & V. and I. C.
roads displaced by new ties, make excel
lent firewood when dried out. As they are
given to parties who will remove them, ft
better opportunity for obtaining cheap fuel
is not likely to be presented during the
The Champion is booked for a grand
Sunday excursion from Cairo to Paducah
and return. Of course the trip will be
made for the pleasure of the ride. The
bout will leave Cairo in the morning and re
turn in the evening. Full particulars will
be made known, probably to-morrow.
The County Court has rendered judg
ment against all the lands and lots re
ported by Collector Hodges as delinquent
for the taxes of 1878, etc., except for the
railroad taxes charged to the property
owned by the members of the Cairo tax
payers' association. Judgment for that tax
The compensation of the City Attorney
is confined to a salary of 2.10 a year, and
15 tier cent, ot the fines collected. He is
no longer allowed $2.50 to be taxed as cost
in each, the cost in the most trivial cases
amounting to four or five dollars without
that. The argument however is not im
paired by the change of the premises.
Dr. Artcr'sstrength continues to fail him,
the warm weather operating greatly to his
disadvantage. He has no expectation that
he will recover, und seems to heartily wish
that the end may come speedily. He has
suffered intensely from neuralgic pains of
lute, and still sutlers from that cause, but
not so accutely as formerly.
The Cairo archery club hns received
its consignment of specimen bows and ar
rows, and held a practice meeting lust
evening. To give interest to the shooting
contests there should be rival clubs. Can't
some power move the down town people to
the formation of a club? The material is
abundant, but the spirit apparently weak.
John Fuller was arrested, yesterday,
on a charge of larceny, in this, that he had
stolen and carried away from a levee saloon
a lot of oysters and sardines. The parties
appeared before Squire Coinings where it
was shown that Fuller was entirely guilt
less of the theft that the edible luxuries
had been stolen by a certain Londa Moore,
who hud lied the city. Wherefore Mi.
Fuller went forth, his reputation relieved of
the damaging blotch made by the aectisi
tion. The subniurinist Hiram lliil is at
work in the Ohio near the point, bringing
out a lot of nails that went down with a
barge, some time ago. Charlie Ilalley is
the diver. We doubt it much if there is a
man in the United States who has spent as
large a portion of his life under water us
Hirum Hill. He embarked in the bell
boat or wrecking business about thirty
years ago with Fads and Nelson, and
has devoted himself to that occupation ever
The Cairo nnd Paducah packets hud
another test of speed, yesterday, the Cham
pion proving herself rather the lleetere.raft.
The people patronizing the paekets will not
feel any the less secure when the mutter of
speed is determined, and the periodical races
arc brought to an end, No ill results may
follow, but it is quite impossible for those
who commit their wives, children or what
not to the cure of the boats for carriage.
to entirely dismiss apprehensions of acci
-The people of the neighboring town of
Golconda, many of whom arc well-to-do
in wot Idly mutters, are much given of late,
to fast horses nnd fine buggies. Ruggy
riding, especially in attrac tive turn-outs, is
becoming a mania with the young folks;
and as the pastime is both healthful and
respectable, we do not know that parties
who have surplus cash on hand could in
vest a few hundred dollars more rationally.
It is to be hoped that a like mania will pre
vail in Cairo.
-Tltet 'e is considerable contention
among our butchers, at times to obtain
what in common parlanca is culled "boss
beef." A butcher who lately set up for
himself offered thirty dollars for a choice
cow yesterday, and without waiting to close
the contract, started on the hunt forcus
lomcr. Iu a short time ho had sold all of
the cow that he could safely spare. When
DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN;
lie went after tho uninial, his surprise was
quite as great as his indignation. Another
butcher had stepped in during his absence,
paid f50 for the cow and took her home
with him. So the "boss beef" sold will not
Our reporter got things decidedly
mixed in an effort to name the parties to a
recent marriage Instead of marrying John
Ruugoiso to Miss Anna C-uudschcr, he mar
ried Mr. John DeroschertoMrs.Gundschcr.
Mrs. (1. was married sometime ago to Mr.
John Ogg. There is probably no Joim
Deroscher in the city. The information
was given to the icporter, in part, as pub
lished. The balance was conjecture, or
rather, a conclusum drawn Iroui laulty
A large steamer (ire engine bearing the
name of the great rebel chieftain l'R. K.
Lee," was here yesterday, cn route for Chi
cago whore it will undergo repairs. It
probably came from Memphis; but when
ever it came from, a great mistake was
made iu not consigning it to the Vulcan iron
works, of Cairo. Rennie could hnvc re
paired it as well, as cheaply and expediti
ously as any of the Chicago chaps, and
thus saved to the owners the cost of over
700 miles transportation.
The suburban gardening interest of
Cuiro bus becoino quite an important one.
At certain seasons as many as a hundred
hands arc employed, quite a number of
families depend solely upon income from
that interest for menus of subsistence. At
this time the shipment of beans, peas,
onions, etc., keep two or three teams con
stantly employed conveying the packages
to the railroad depots. Mr. William Ken
dull and Mr. A. Deroscher arc probably the
most extensive operators in that line of in
dustry. An incipient fire was squelched tho
other day by Hickson and Creighton, eng
ineer and fireman serving the Illinios Cen
tral railroad, that wodld, had its progress
not been checked, involved the destruction
of the elevator buildings. Seeing smoke
issue from the building, und feeling mor
ally certain that harm was threatened, they
hastened, to the spot. Being unable to
access otherwise thev tore a board
from the building, nnd extinguished the
flames, which were the results of criminal
negligence or carelessness upon the part of
some one, or of unfii -nelly design.
It is reported that the employes of the
Mississippi Central railroad company, shnr
ing the late of railroad men elsewhere,
have been subjected to "a quiet tut" the
cut being five dollars from a monthly sal
ary of forty dollars. Still it is u fact, we
believe, that the M. C. pays its men quite
as liberally as any road in the country,
and always hands over the cash when due.
The road seems to be wisely managed, und
its steady increase ot business indicates
that it is destined to become not only tin
immensely popular road, but a paying in
vestment to its stoc kholders.
Quite all of the old natives of Villa
Ridge are dead, or have receded betore the
advance of a better civilization. The social
und intellectual status of the present popu
lation is tpiitc as elevated us that of tiny of
the older communities of Southern Illinois.
Ciood church edifices and school houses have;
been erected; a horticultural society hns
been maintuined for several years; u credit
iible public library has been established, a
brass band organized, and night before hist
the Villa Ridge Amateur Dramatic associa
tion appeared before the public, and won
the applause ttnd praise of everybody.
Ib nce it is plain to be seen that the Villa
Ridge's "social jjoosc" hangs at a very con
Lying in the house kept by Nancy
Mack, is a boy named Joe llrown, in the
last stages of consumption, lie is a piti
able object, and it is by the practice of con
siderable self-denial that the women pro
vide for bis commonest wants. While
officer Cain was in the act of passing the
house yesterday, the poor boy beckoned
him to his bedside, and told the officer
that he felt himself tn itr the end, and
begged that he might have the ministra
tions of the priest. The priest wus sent
around, and mado the poor sufferer feel at
greater ease concerning the future. In the
conjec ture that his earthly experience is
about ended, the wretched boy was evident
ly right. It is a wonder, indeed, that he
is alive at all.
There is an immense amount of hypo
critical gush about "nature, when una
dorned being adorned most." Ami follow
ing out this idea one of tho leading news
papers of the country urges upon the young
Indies of the graduating classes in our
schools to appear in calico dresses, on com
mencement day, and
"Let tliu world see Unit our return!
(irftiltitite women of rente,
And lint society's fool."
The girls will display their good sense by
appearing in the very lnt and most
showy rig their wardrobes furnish. The
girl in the calico dress will be cnmnieudcd
for her good sense by the cli1M.-fisted,
miserly old codger who hoggishly refuses
to buy his own daughters anything better;
but on the other hand, she will i .wito the
sympathies of those who conclude that i
wearing calico sho succumbs to ,m.,jjtic.s
that poverty imposes; the proud und
thoughtless will hold her us of pifbiun
mould, and give her the cut direct; and
many of tho most liberal will , upt to
measure the tiensures of the mint ,v the
wrappings or the body. Nobody, 'much
less a girl Juki In the net of budding into
FKIDAY MOKMKtt, MAY 50, lb79.
womunhood, can safely set at deflanco tho
established customs of society. If any
young lady would have a painful nnd most
humiliating assurunco of the truth of this
assertion let her heed the old fogy sugges
tion, wear on commencement day the much
vaunted "calico dress."
That onr saloon keepers, who arc law
abiding men, may understand what is re
quired of them under the law forbidding
card playing and other gaming in saloons
by minors, we give below the provisions of
the law : The law declares that all saloons
in which minors are permitted to play with
curds, dice or other gambling devices, shall
be held as disorderly houses. For the first
oll'ence, or rather under the first prosecu
tion, tho proprietor or keeper shall be fined
in any sum not exceding $i0; and for each
subsequent offence, be fined in a sum not
exceeding .100, and imprisoned not ex
ceeding thirty days for the first offence, and
not exceeding sixty days for each subse
quent oll'ence. An emergency clause is
attached to the law, which gave it effect
from the time of its passage.
Dr. Hoist hits New Orlcuns the severest
jolt the town has had for many a day. lie
asserts that the whole city is built upon a
bed of human excrescence. He says that
he recently bored down to the depth of
ninety-four feet, and brought up matter
that was jV) parts of pure urea und cxecreta.
Think of that a city numbering 200,000
souls built upon aheap ot urea and excreta,
ninety-four leet deep, und "still no bottom."
Memphis is just as bud, the Doctor stiys,
when age und size is considered and the
present water closet system is responsible
for the whole of it. In the same connec
tion the Doctor furnishes statistic that may
be studied with profit, even in Cairo. He
says that during the fearful ravages of the
cholera in New Orleans there was only one
death among every eight of those citizens
who lived in tenement houses where the
excreta was removed daily; while among;
the wealthier classes who lived in houses
supplied with the modern water closets the
death rate wus 3 to 3. From these facts,
if they are facts, we can learn the necessity
for a liberal use of disinfectants in our
privy vaults, or for dispensing with the
No o.nk can think clearly when suffer
ing with headache. Dr. Hull's Haltimore
Pills will banish this disagreeable ailment.
Price 2j cents.
DKCOItATION DAY KXClIlslo.N TltAIXS IJK
TWKE.N ( AIHO AND MOUND C ITV KllIDAV,
MAY, W, 1879.
Trains leave Fourth street depot at 9:00
a. m. 10:10 a. in., 11:20 a. m., 1 p. m.,
1 :4j p. m., 2:23 p. m., 3:0 p. m.,
'i.'oT) p. m., and 5. p. in., s'o.'ping
for passengers at Tenth, Four
teeth and Twentieth streets, Returning
will leave Mound City at i):50 a. in., 10:30
a. in., 1 :13 p. in., 2
4 :20 p. m., 3 :!i0 p.
( j p. in., o :()3 p. m..
in., and U:39 p. m.
Mound trip tickets, 40 cents. Children un
ckr seven years free.
Tickets for sale at depot, Parker's book
storcand Pho-nix drugstore.
F. A. Mii.i.Kit,
(iclierul Pitsiellger Agent.
These springs will be 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 and new, large und
capacious dining rooms have been built,
furnished entirely with new furnituie, new
beding, spring mattresses, etc. The springs
are shunted in a high and healthy locality,
surrounded by magnificent scenery; and
their medical qualities, not excelled by any,
are too well known to need any comment.
They are supplied with an abundance of
ice, refreshments and amusements usually
found at summer resorts. The best of fare
und strictest attention to the comfort ot
guests is guranteed nil for the small sum
of $8 per week. Special rates to lamilies.
J. R. Ritow.N it Co., Proprietors.
May 23th, 1870.
AT THE I'LAMKHS HOUSE.
Juines Ware, Poplar Hluff; Geo. A. Sun
ders, Springfield; C. O. Puce, Madison,
Ind.; C. W. Shoffer, St. Louis; C. F. Yost,
Milcn; Louis Urown and John W. Andrews,
Wheeling, W. V.', C. C. Pierce, Indianapo
lis; Thos. J. Ulen and wife, Ash Hill. Mo
John J. Stki.zku has removed his stock
to Eighth street in the store lately va
cuted by II. Hotijit. He has a large stock
I of jewelry ot all kinds, watches, elocks.etc.
His silverplated ware is unsurpassed and he
sells, down, down, way below anything ever
yet offered in this market. His watches
and docks nre also down to the smallest
margin. He is a first-class jeweler und
works surprisingly cheap, repairing time
pieces and jewelry, and ulways guarantees
bis work. Try him.
W1KK SCREKXS, FURNITURE, ETC,
Furniture manufactured and all kinds of
repairing done, at my shop on Commercial
avenue, between Eleventh and Twelfth
streets; also all kinds of cabinet making to
order. Mattresses manufactured to order
and kept on sale. Repairing mid uphol
storing done on short notice. 1
good supply of walnut moulding and wire
cloth for Hcrcons.to bo made tip iu the latest
and best stylo. Prices very low,
Fit ask SriioMiiH,
Try The Druggist's Sundries
fiv:e CENT CIG A.Il !
The most pleasing smoke fort
1)0 NOT FAIL TO (JIVE IT A TJIIAL.
Lovers of the weed who appreciate a line aromatic smoke
rnn I? iTDAivr
1 1 1 Fj 1 llUD
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 SINGLE TKIAL WI LL SATISFY
The nuit fastidious taste of the merits ot'tliis Cigar.
SOLD BY ALL FIRST-CLASS RETAIL DEALERS.
The above brands are especially adopted to line trade, und no dealer should be
soi,t: agkxt von caiko,
Call and examine and lie convinced. H. MEYERS.
Mr. Paul M. Freidrich, known to our
people as a successful educator, will open a
Oerman-Knglish School, in Turner's Hall,
on the first Monday in June.
All branches will be taught that ure re
garded essential to a thorough practical ed
ucation. An evening school, at Mr. F's residence
on Ninth street, will be opened on the
evening of the same day. Pn7.te lesson
in (Itrinan or any other study given, on lib
For particulars apply to Mr. Freidrich. at
his residence. .
ICK! ICE! ICE!
I am prepared to furnish ice wholesale
or retail all through the season. Ollic e,
Kighth street, between Omunvrcial and
Washington avenues, next door to I'.rNtol's
grocery store. Jacoh Ki.i:i;.
Louin.Aun's Tin Tag smoking tobacco
in eighth, fourth, half and pound packages.
Also Lorillard's Njekle Nuggets and Dime
Nuggets, for sale at F. Korsmeyer's at fac
UK, IcK WlIOI.Ks.U.K AND U1.TAIL1I1
large or small ijiiantities. Wagons will
run daily to ull parts of the city, delivering
pure Lake Ice in such ciuuntities as cus
tomers may desire. Leave orders ut mv
residence on Seve nteenth near Commercial;
at Sarean's, on Kighth stree, or adilrt;
me thhugh the post-otllce.
F. M. Wakd.
NoTK'K. To AM. WIH'M IT M A Y ( ON( I.ItN :
The Cairo Uulietin will pay i:o lulls con
tracted by any of its employes, or any one
connected with the ll.ilbtin. unless the
same is made on a writte n older signed by
myself, aud the order must be attached to
the bill when plewlikd, and no Cc 'ijt: a,. !s
fur advi'itising or job work are valid ut.'.ess
the same are endoird by myself.
E. A. lit I1M.TT.
(!i;oe Kim s, Ni.w ami Fki.sh. I have a
full line of fresh family groceries of every
variety, jtift neeivid. and for sale ut close
figures. All kinds of vegctubles fresh 1'khii
the garden. A large stock of canned
goods, fruits, etc., at TrL'g's old stand,
Washington avenue. J. E. Si-n.i.Kit.
ItvTHMic Lin: When the blood, free
from ir.purities makes rythmic melody in
man's life, he cannot differ from trouble
with the kidneys or liver, and piles will not
rouble him. Kidney-Wort is an unfailing
cure for these evils. It also aids digestion.
Ten Cents Woutii. If you want u neat
smooth shave for ten cents, or a fashionable
hair cut for '.") cents, or anything else in
the tonsoriul line, remember the place to
go to is Henry Schick's, No. Hi Commer
A Cahd. To all who are suffering from
the errors and indiscretions of yotifh, ner
vous weakness, curly decay, loss of man
hood, Ac, I will send'a recipe that will cure
you, khkk ok ciiaikik. This great remedy
wus discovered by a missionary in Sou'h
America. Send a self-addressed envelope to
the Hev.Jostrii T. Inman, Station I). New
AittiiiTUT and school boys 'having
maps and plans to draw find Leamon's
Dyes the most convenient form of colors.'
They ure put up by Well's, Hu hardson A
Co., llurlington, Vt. These Dyes nre the
best to lie hud for general use. Druggists
Qt'EtiY. Why will men siiiokc common
tobacco when they t un buy Marburg Uro's
'Seul of North Carolina" at the sume prictt
Why will you stiller with the Dyspepsia
und liver complaint. Constipation, and gen
crul debility when you can get ut our stores
Shiloh's Sytem Vilulizcr which wo sell ou
u positive guarantee to cure yo". I'l'"'0
10 cts. and 13 cts. For sulo by llurcluy
Chew Jackson's best Bwt 2vy Tu
lie money ever offered to the
well to try
fr ( n
Padfcaii and Rktl'rx
CM) tlii" S.;iu!iil Sid. SicasitT
J. H. NEWMAN Mi.-'cr.
Fare for the Round Trip. -"j11'.
Th fc'wtvp cmwi! flwt '! '.e-.-!it:t f. . ..
temniT 111 !( Iiurt M uVim k s:;inlu.i tuvr.. :-i
fur I'adurah. laiellny at all o:i.t oti t..'- r:-r
lti-turului;. lil liavc Pa.liKuti t I j.. m.. ius
at I'airo kt p m. A l" it-r thai. f.. a e ir
pli-arnrr aud recrt-mifiu ill not H'uiti i l
('.urln; tl.c ntmu. Cwrjlxiy ! iio:k1 to
Koom and Board, f'l.vO and l.(i0 per Diy
IV.h roipii; ami I'urlori1 evra.
All Modern Improvements
(ill.Moi n A NiNS. Proprietor..
THE ANCHOR LINE"!
For New Orleans. SEii
j'riiiay, May C. i.t fi p in
W. P. HALI.IDAY.
E. W. (Jot LP. .
FOR MEMPHIS AND VlCKMU'Ku.
( IRANI) TO WEIL
c.K..i;..r V. I.rw.x -M. r
T u i-ciIbv. May '.'?. ot ; p.m.
JNo. I J. MAl'DE.
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Tliuri'.uy. May ."'.at ?. p ir.
Juhu ('ratio Master
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CITY op VIC KSIiVIi;.
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Saturday. Muy :'.l.t .1 p.m.
CITY OF HELENA,
!.uc McKi k M..rur
Tucrilii'. June :i. ut 'i p,m.
Fori ST. LOUIS.
CITY OF VICKSIll 'ISO.
11. K. niU'.v Marter
Tueciluy. May -.'T, ut It) p m.
W. P. HALLIDAY.
Tnrnliiy. May '.T. nt no.ut.
JOHN A. smiDIllt.
Ft. em C'.w.vrrtT Ma:T
Tliiirnduy, Muv Ji, at p.m
CITY OF HELENA
I. McKcc M ih!i r
Frldnv, May at lii p. m.
Sutiinliiy, Muy ol. ut imun
John Crane Master
Suuduy, ,luti 1, ut M p, m.
Hutidiiy, Juuc 1, nt 10 p. in.
For n!l liifnrniiitlnii iipplv to Anchor Line Otl'icc,
Wliurl'lioat No. t!.
Cait. THOMAS V. SHIELDS. Mint.
New, Kant (mil K.Iotfrmt I'liHwiMigor
JAMES W. GAFFjgat
(i. W. 'I'JIuMl'SUN.
Will M-ll KomulTrlpllilo'lii fromc'iilm. Sl.'trnp
olix. l'utlnciili mid SmltlilMliil, to Cincinnati nnd rn-
tuni, u I diirlnu tho mniitlin of Muv mid ,1'inc.
uiicludliiL' cliitiTonm in pnrt) lur ten Dollar r
( liiclni.iin oflcr more uiirai tlon to vMtnri thno
two inontli tl"' iliiflnu "II other oft hi' wur.
AMI wlliltitf to Invor ('xriirKliiiiIrt, I nnik.' thU
lllieml reduction to ntiy wli-hhif to make the roiiml
trip. 'I'hu North American Sieiiireifei't cimini"ticrn
T ii no 11th: Uktur nlliick, the (Hcnl'lnuri'dinn:
Muiliil" Alideroll. the ( hiilnploli Wnll;cr; ami
I'iiiiI Hovtou, tho ttorld'reiioMiicd Swimmer, will
lThe Allium! In Ihp Knolnglriil (Jnrilen will In'
In tneir milliner ipiiirier
Shlllllo' lti'iiI Iirv
will lmvo iiIiil' nnd iitnnier opcninc until
.time IMh. And with the lllll toii lleHorlH," treit
to all, the "l'urla ol Atnetleu" will liu ecii uhcu
Til B "(1AFF" CAK1IIK.S A FI LL STKINU BAND
A coil lime I iiroinlaeil. Invito your friend,
und Join n In a trip,
I cum Culm. p. ni.. Krlduy Mnv (llh. Mimluv
Mhv'.II KiIiIuv. .linn. 1:1. Vniiilni .limn .111 Wl.
Cine jiiixiiiii' or American I'lixlilon i
dny, July lh, Your, liepeet'fnllv.
KUIIKKT W. WIS3.