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H. BRYANT, M. D.
OFFICE: Eighth sad, Washington Awnue
RESIDENCE. "-Coracr NinctcontU and Wah
H. MAREAN, M. D.,
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
OlflM ISA Commercial avenue. Kesldcuce corner
.FourUcnth St. and Washington avenue, Cairo
R. SMITH, M. D.
Oltlce and Residence :
NO. 21 THIRTEENTH STREET. CAIRO. ILL
I. W. WHITLOCK,
Omri-Ni). 136 Commercial
Elchih nd Ninth Street
JJR. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICE Eighth Street, near Commercial Avenue.
JINEGAR & LANSDEN,
OFFICE-So. M Commercial Avenue.
MUTUAL AID SOCIETY.
yiDOWS' AND ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society.
Corner of Seventh st. aud Commercial Avenue,
OFFICE HOl'RS : 8 to 13 o'clock a.m., 1 to 6 and
to 8 p.m.
THOMAS LEWIS. Secre.ary.
GENERAL DELIVERY open :3U a. m.; cloie.
6:30n.m.; Sunday: 8 to M a.m.
Money Order Department open at 8 a. m.i close,
at 5 p. m.
Through Expreu Mall via Illinois Central and
KUtiMlppi Central Railroad close at 13:90 p. m.
Cairo and Poplar Bluff Through aud War Mall
Closet at 12:30 p.m. . .
Way Mall tta Illinois Central. Cairo and In
cennea aud Mississippi Central Railroads close at
0:4. p. m.
Way Ma'.l far Sarrow Gango Railroad closes at 8
Cairo and Evansvlllo River Route closes at 8 :30
p. m. daliy (except Friday).
E. E, TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
TRAINS ARRIVE. TRAINS DEPART
Mall 4:05 a.m. 1 Mall 3:10s.m.
Express 2:00 p.m. Express 6:00 p.m.
CAIRO &VINCENNESR. R.
Mall. 10:00 p.m. Mall 4:43 a.m
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R.
Express 5:10 p.m. Express 8:45 a. m
Accom'datlon. 10:45 p.m. I Accomodation. li:;!5 p. m
CHICAGO. ST. LOUIS AND NEW ORLEANS R.R
Mail 6:30p.m. I Mail 5:00a.m.
C. A. iT. RAILROAD-
Texas express. ..2:40 a.m. I Texas express. 2 :15p.m
Accommodat'n.. 8:30 a.m.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
Only Morning- Daily in Southern Illinois.
Sionai Ornra, I
Cairo, 111., June 4. IS7H. (
Time. Bar. Ther. Hum. Wind. Vel. Weather.
8:48 a.m 3H.11
11:00 " 30.1W
2.00 p.m 30.0.1
3:40 " 80.03
Maximum Temperature. 82"; Minimum Tem
perature, 58 3; Kulufall, 0.00 Inch.
v W. n. RAY,
Scrg't Signal Corps, U. S. A.
Fon Sale A good business house two
story brick, on Washington avenue, comer
of Tenth street. A desirable situation for
a grocery store. Apply to
Fon Sale. Two houses and lots, corner
Twenty-ninth and Poplar streets. Chance
for bargains. M. J. IIowley, Ag't.
Col. R. R. Townes was in Cairo, yester
day. We arc not mistaken in our man this
The grand river-splitting Natchez
camo into port yesterday evening. Hun
dreds of citizens visited her.
Mr. Eugene Wheeler, formerly of
Cairo, was married in Tullahoma, Tcnn., on
the 3d inst., to a Bliss Laura Halscy,
Judge Dougherty being called home
by a telegram, yesterday, announcing the
death of his grand-daughter, Judge Harker
being in tho city, took the bench in his
Little Hardin and old Union did their
duty nobly in tho contest just closed. Ibu:
the Democracy elsewhere done as well, nl
three of tho Democratic nominees wouh'
hare been elected.
Good cajt coino out of evil, after nil
By defeating Judge Crawford forthcCir
cuit Judgeship, the Republicans and their
Greenback allies have supplied the Demo
crat the very mtin by whom Thomas will
be defeated for Congress in 1880.
Nathan Perry, tho colored man, wbo
was indicted for robbery for carrying away
a couple of blankets from Cheney's stable,
was found guilty of larceny, yesterday, and
, the value of the property stolen fixed at if 0.
The punishment will be fixed at (inn and
imprisonment ia the county jail.
Phil V. Field, of the Pope County
, Democrat writes to us under the d:ite of
( the 3d as follows: ''Green' uiujority in
Pope, as figured from tho verbal reports
trom tho various precincts Is 358. Craw,
ford runs ahead." We take it that Mr. F.
means that Crawford runs ahead t his
ticket, and notthat he runs ahead of Green.
, Thomas Ross, the colored man who is
charged with thk Hodges Park homicide of
last winter, wiw put on trial yesterday.
Nearly half the
lay was consumed in so
curing a Jury.
About three o'clock tho
case wm prescntM to the Jury by tho State's
Attorney, on be!
half of the iconic, and by
W. Q. McGco, Esq., in behalf of tho ac-
cusod. The caso will scarcely be given to
the jury botoro this evening. As tho facts
have been already published in Tue Bui,
letin wo deem it pr pcr not to ie;ent them
during tho pendency of tho trial.
Tho work at tho car-hoist, for tho
month of May foots up even fifteen hun
dred treiirht cars, about two-tlnrds of
which were loaded, and ono hundred and
fifteen passenger coaches. This is the
heaviest mouth's work that has been per
formed sinco tho hoist has bjen in operation
and was accomplished by an averago torco
of only five and a half men.
Tho result of the election shows quite
clearly that tho friends of the gentlemen
who failed of nomination in tho Demo
cratic convention, permitted their feelings
of resentment to tell its story In the ballot
box. We only hope tho showing will not
be remembered, in the years to come, to
Tiio Mystic Krew has decided to hold
no celebration this year a conclusion that
our citizens will not applaud, as tho Krow
is a pronounced success as a celebrater of
national holidays. The Krew has obtain
ed the use of tho Park for the Fourth, and
is ready to transfer the privilege to any
other organization that may desiro to use
It was clearly established yesterday,
that the prosecution ot George Hopkins
for stealing a negro woman's watch, was
instigated by malice, highly seasoned with
jealousy on the part of the female prosecu
tor, and a desire for revenge. George was
discharged of course. The timo ho spent
in jail, previous to examination, can bo ac
cepted by him as proper punishment for
numbering among his associates, tho prose
Judge Dougherty's declining years seem
to be filled with sorrows. Twice during
his brief service on our circuit bench has
he been called homo on account ot death
in his family. First his son Alexander,
and yesterday his grand-daughter, who,
living in his family, was endeared to him
as one of his own children. We truly and
sincerely sympathize with the old gentle'
man, as will all who know him, and hear
of the measure of his afflictions.
The council should, at its next meet
ing, prohibit the use of the tin squirt guns
that are now in use by half the boys in Cairo
between the ages of five and thirteen years.
Tho squirts hoist a stream of water forty or
fifty feet, and it is safe to say that one hun
dred boys in the city are kept dripping wet
from mornincr till nifflit, as the result of
water-throwing jousts. That an equal num
her of men and women are not in the same
fix is due their constant watchfulness, per
haps, and adroitness as dodgers.
The old rip, Sarah Williams, was rc
leased from the calaboose by the Mayor un
der the expectation that she had secured a
home aud would behave herself. She
hadn't been freo twenty-four hours before
she got on tho most disreputable and
shameless drunken spree in which she crcr
indulged. Sho was finally taken in for in
decent exposure of her person, and 'Squire
Robinson fined her $25, and gave her six
hours in which to leave the u.y. How she
observed her troth with the 'Squire,wc can't
-It doesn't always pay to bo a good fel
low, and to be known to everybody. A
number of witnesses called, and now in at
tendance on the circuit court, from abroad,
seem to be fully impressed with the idea
that the sheriff is bound by his bond and
oath of office to feed them while they arc
detained about the court house. The sheriff
knowing them to be without money, hasn't
the heart to undeceive them, and the conse
quence is they feed at his table with nil tho
assurance and sharp appetites of men who
pay well for every mouthful they swallow.
The candidates who failed to bring
down the Circuit Court persimmon did not
expend their money and labor iu vain. All
of them ore lawyers; and while the
uewspnpers of the parties to which they re
spectively belong introduced them to tho
public in terms of high eulogy, tho op
position papers indulged in no words of
personal defamation. Their names arc now
"household words" in every homo in tho
eleven counties that form the circuit. This
is a result that could not have been brought
about, scarcely in n life-time's practice nt
Tho petition submitted to the council
by the advance agent of Robinson's circus,
was quite unique aud effective as an adver
tisement, although not a success as a peti
tion. It assured tho Honorable Mayor and
City Council that the circus was lirst-class
In every particular, and concluded bv sav-
iny that "our Mr. Ruhinsou is tho veritable
James Robinson, the most renowned rider
in the known world." The request to
lower the license, however, from ?Q to 25
was not granted. Wo tako it, therefore,
that our citizens will not bo furnished op
tical evidence of tho boasted excellence of
the veritable Robinson's unparalleled
The hog nuisance is to bo continued,
A female hog with n littesof squcallug pigs
may loiter about the citizen's front gate
all day, and Is not a nusance. But tho cow
or horse nt largo, that loiters along the
street, is a nuisance. Wo don't view ani
mated nature through that sort of a teles
cope. Even tho billy goat that will butt
the breath out of your three year old young
ster, ami then enter your garden and bark
ull your dwart-pear trees, and eat up your
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MOKMNU. JUNE 5, 1879.
juto door mat, if ho should tako iu into his
head that such gluttony would iritnto you,
is also held us corporation pot that can go
whither ho listeth with tho full consent, of 8
of tlic 0 couucllmcn who met in conclave
onTucsdaycvcning last. This distinction is
Tho Houlth officer expended during
tho month of May, in prosecuting his sani
tary labors, tho sum of $1 24,24 for remov
ing garbage, trash, dead carcasses, etc., and
in emptying tho grounded barge Perry
Thorpo of its foul contents, tho sum ot
$70,12. But, iu tho work ia which he is
engaged, expenses, or considerations of
cost, must not stand in tho way of thorough
and vigorous work. Much remains to be
done, and that much must be done right
speedily. Tho first day of June should
have found the city in as good a snnitnry con-
lition as present means for enlorcing clean-
iness could have made it. A compliance
with sanitary laws is a new thing with Cairo
people; and they are for that reason, bro
ken into the harness slowly. But, from this
time forth, the Health officer must exact
prompt obedienco to his reasonable orders.
He has been lenient, almost to a fault.
Further leniency will be held as a fault.
One of the most uncompromising Re
publicans of tho Third ward unwittingly
voted a straight Democratic ticket. Ho
wa3 engaged in the preparation of an affida
vit for a young man whoso right to vote had
been questioned. Pending the preparation of
the affidavit a Democrat approached tho
young mnn and asked him if he didn't
want to vote the Democratic ticket. He
answered that he did, whereupon ho
destroyed the ticket that had been prepared
for him, and accepted the proffered Demo
cratic ticket which he folded,ready for voting.
Tho Republican concluded that he would
facilitate matters by voting, himself, while
the affidavit was in preparation. Address
ing the young man he said : "Your ticket
suits me. Let me have it, and I'll fix you
another." The young man banded over
the ticket ho held in his hand, and the un
compromising Republican handed it to tho
judge, who placed it in the ballot box.
When the time arrived to "fix the young
man another," he discovered that he had
taken considerpble trouble to establish the
qualifications of a Democratic voter. Had
he known, in addition to this, that he,
himself, had voted for every Democrat in
the field ho would doubtless have gone
home and given himself a merciless cow
hiding. A month or two ago one McKay ami
one George Kelly, came across an intoxi
cated railroad man, who lind'sought shelter
behind Lancaster and Rice's lumber piles,
and giving him a thumping, relieved him
of all the money and valuables he had
about his person. A negro man happened
to be nn eye witness of the job, and in
formed tho police. McKay and Kelly
were promptly arrested, and a portion of the
stolen goods found in their possession.
Yesterday morning the case was called in
the Circuit Court, and the guilt of the ac
cused was established beyond denial. In
deed, Mr. Justus Cunningham, who appeared
for the prisoners, admitted the robbery;
but made the potent nnd unanswerable ar
gument that tho State had failed to prove
the intention of the culprits. Did
they hunt the man up to rob him?
No, Diil they insert their hands in his
pockets with the knowledge that they were
going to commit a robbery? No. Not
until they drew forth the money, did they
form the intent to commit the crime?
"Therefore," thundered the renowned crim
inal lawyer, "there was no premeditation, no
intent, without which there can be no
crime. But I leave the case "holily" in
your hands gentlemen, to say if these men
who clearly committed the robbery without
previous intent, should not have the bene
faction of that mitigacious circumstance?'
The jury, after considering tho case, gave
the defendants iivo and nnd a half years
each in the penitentiary a result that
seems to indicate that that perverse jury
held the eminent Mr. Cs argument, that
proof of the intent is essential to the comple
tion of the crime of robbery, as tho .sheerest
The meeting of the down and up town
married folks, last night, to arrange for the
formation of an urchery club thut would
eclipse the young folk's young club, wouh
have been better attended had tho invita
tions been sent out earlier, and the meeting
place been more generally known. The best
of feeling prevailed and a great deal of en
thusiasm was manifested; but us usual, very
little business was transacted. A few sug
gestions were offered, but no definite action
taken. Mr. "C. W. Boat'' regretted that
unmarried people could not become mem
bers, and suggested that u committee bo
appointed with instructions to marry the
"Water Pitcher" of The Billi-.tix to some
thing or somebody to make him clligiblo.
As a drawer of the long bow his (.rUll cftn
not be found in tho west, and the club
should not be without him. Received with
Mrs. O. C. wus of tho opinion that a
great many married men handled tho long
bov, with good or bad effect, particularly
on "Lodge" nights. Sentiment endorsed
by everybody present.
Mr, H. T. wanted the meetings lor prac
tice held by gas light on the commons.
Voted down as being dangerous for (v(ry
body and everything that could not crowd
around the target.
Several names for the embryo cluh were
presented such as "Robin Hoo'l," ti'or-
esters," "Lanco-woou etc, and discussed,
but no conclusions arrivod at.
It was generally conceded that tho ex
pensos of tho club should bo paid by vol
untary contributions and fines; that no ad
mission feo should bo charged nnd no dues
assessed or collected; that names for mem
bership, after the club is formed, should bo
presented and a two-third vote would elect;
that tho club must havo a president, vice-'
president, secretary and treasurer, etc.
After partaking of a bountiful supply of
ice-cream nnd cako nt the expense of tho
gentlemen present, tho meeting adjourned
to meet nt such future timo as may bo
agreed upon by those interested. X. X.
HARKER AND CRAWFORD.
Tho election of Baker nnd Browning is
conceded, nnd tho raco between Harker
and Crawford is very closo indeed. We
give below all tho figures wo have been
able to obtain :
Counties. Harker. Crawford
Saline 72!) 770
Williamson 1253 1049
Johnson 1021 C4!)
Franklin 80S 500
Jackson 124.1 123.)
Hardin 200 maj
Union 1230 "
Alexander 140 est.
Pulaski 230 "
Tho official result may change these to
tals a hundred votes or more; but will
scarcely change the result. Judge Harker,
judging from tho returns in hand, places
his majority nt 400. .
JUDGE MULKEY ELECTED.
Tho vote for Messrs. Mulkey and Green,
official, reported and estimated, is given be
low. Canvassed returns will change the
figures perhaps a few hundred votes; but
Judge Mulkey's election by a majority of
nearly four thousand votes, is an ascertained
fact. Wo give below nil the figures in our
Franklin 270 Maj.
St. Clair 1052
Jefferson 200 "
Jackson '. 1231
Hardin 230 maj.
Mulkey's majority between
It is hut rarely, indeed, that our people
sec a finer animal than tho prize beef cow
that Nick Williams exhibited on the streets,
yesterday. But fat, sleek and handsome as
she is, she will be slaughtered to-morrow
evening, and exposed for sale, nt Williams'
meat shop, corner of Twentieth ami Wash
ington, Saturday and Sunday mornings. Go
everybody and get n Sunday supply.
Baptist church meetino There will
be preaching by the Baptist ministers in
Turner Hall nt 8 p. m. this evening and
every evening this week. The public is
kindly invited to attend, and all Baptists
AT THE PLANTERS HOUSE.
John B. Hayes, Natches, Miss; C. S.
St. Louis; Samuel Blun, N. Y.; J.
C.Willis, Metropolis; W. A. Hight, We
tting, Ills.; W. II. Wilson, Nashville,
111.; T. B. Caldwell, Chicago; Wm. Bulin
and wife, Memphis; T.S. Pate, Rising Sun,
Ind.; Wm. Hagle, Walnut Ridge; Frank
M. Zehlcr, Racine, Wis.; C. G. Bell and
wife, Granville, Miss.; O. R. Gilmer nnd
wife, Memphis, Tcnn.; J. C. Crone, John
Haiti, Vienna; James A. Vial, Burnsido,
111.; O. A. Harker, Vienna; C. Burton,
Carbondtile; J. K. Redman, St. Louis.
Icn, 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 ns cus
tomers may desire. Leave orders at my
residenco on Seventeenth near Commercial;
at Sargeants, on Eighth street, or address
mo through tho post-office.
F. M. Ward.
DIXON SPRINGS, ILLS.
These springs will bo opened Juno 10th
under the management of tho new proprie
tors, who would respectfully announce that
they havo been thoroughly repaired. Over
thirty new cottages and new, largo and
capacious dining rooms havo been built,
furnished entirely with new furniture, new
boding, spring mattresses, etc. Tho springs
are situated in u high and healthy locality,
surrounded by . magnificent scenery; nnd
their medical qualities, not excelled by any,
nro too well known to need tiny comment.
Xliey nro supplied with an abundance of
ico, refreshments and amusements usually
found at summer resorts. Tho host of faro
nnd strictest attention to tho comfort ot
guests is guranteed all for the small sum
of 9 per week. Special rates to families.
J. R. Brown & Co., Proprietors.
May 25th, 1S70.
Try The Druggist's Sundries
FIVE CENT CIGA.Il !
The most pleasing smoke for the money ever offeieil to the
DO NOT PAIL TO GIVE IT A TRIAL.
Lovers of the weed who appreciate a line aromatic smoke
'.will do well to try
THE PROBLEM CIGAR,
Strictly hand-made of the choicest selection of Havana Tobacco nnd superior in qual
ity to two-thirds of tho Cigars imported to this country.
A. SINGLE TRIAL WILL SATISFY
The most fastidious taste of the merits of this Cigar.
SOLD BY ALL FIRST-CLASS RETAIL DEALERS.
The above brands are especially adopted to fine trade, and no dealer should be
SOLE AGENT FOR OAIKO,
Call and examine ami be convinced. II. MEYERS.
WIRE SCREENS, FURNITURE, ETC,
Furniture manufactured and all kinds of
repairing done, at my shop on Commercial
avenue, between Eleventh and Twelfth
streets; nlso all kinds of cabinet making to
order. Mattresses manufactured to order
nnd kept on sale. Repairing nnd uphol
stering done on short uotice. I have a
good supply of walnut moulding and wire
cloth for screcns,to be made up in the latest
aud best style. Prices very low.
ICE! ICE! ICE!
I am prepared to furnish ice wholesale
or retail all through the season. Office,
Eighth street, between Commercial nnd
Washington avenues, next door to Bristol's
grocery store. Jacob Klee.
Srrit Fretted. Tinkering a diseased
liver and disordered kidneys, with harsh or
stimulating drugs, is like fretting a sick
animal with spur. These things do not
cure. In Kidney-Wort is found a perfect
medicine, gentle but sure iu its working.
Ten Cents Worth. If you want a neat
smooth shave for ten cents, or a fashionable
hair cut for cents, or anything else in
the tonsorial line, rememler the place to
go to is Henry Schick's, No. 112 Commer
John J. Stklzeu has removed his stock
to Eighth street in the store lately va
cated by II. Houpt. He has a large stock
of jewelry ot all kinds, watches, clocks, etc.
His silverplated ware is unsurpassed and he
sells, down, down, way below anything ever
yet offered in this market. His 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, and always guarantees
his work. Try him.
Groceries, New and Fresh. I have n
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 largo stock of canned
goods, fruits, etc., at Trigg's old stand,
Washington avenue. J. E. Shli.er.
11 pound Old Barry Letter Heads.
5J " " " Note Heads.
5 " Linen Letter Hends.
2J " Linen Note Heads.
The best quality of paper at prices of
the cheapest grade.
5i j pound statements all colors.
10 pound Bills Lading.
14 and 1G pound Bill Heads all sizes.
Extra super white Envelopes at St. Louis
wholesale prices. Printing $1,00 extra.
Ruling and Binding, all kinds at Tun
"Whither are you bound i'' asked John
Moor, as Ire stood in the door-way of his es
tablishment, and saw his old friend Sam
Rodgers walking slowly past. The hitter,
with sunken eyes and palid visage, bearing
evidence of disease, hastened to reply:
'I have long suffered till the horrors arising
from nn inactive liver, and nm going to the
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uuiuuui it. mow to dock reiiel. ' "JJo uo
such thing,"' said his friend, "when you
can buy a bottle of Portaline, or Tabler's
Liver Regulator for only 50 cents, and be
permanently relieved. It will cure Dys
pepsia, Heartburn, Sour Stomach, Sick
Headache, and all disorders of a torpid
liver." For stile by Barclay Bros.
When tho hand ot disease :s laid heavily
upon us, robbing life of all its pleasures,
anything that will afford relief is gladly
welcomed. Sickness is no l'ujlit affliction,
and that form of it known as Piles, or Hem
orrhoids, can be permanently relieved by
Tahler's Buckeye Pile Ointment, which
never fails when used according to direc
tions. Price 50 cents n bottle. For sulo by
Envelops printed nt the Bulletin office,
$1.00 per M. Envelops furnished at St.
Louis wliolosnlo List prices for the next 30
Notice. to all wuom it may concern :
The Cairo Bulletin will pay no bills con
tracted by any of its employes, or any one
connected with the Bulletin, unless the
same is made on a written order signed by
myself, nnd the order must lc attached to
the bill when presented, nnd no contracts
for advertising or job work arc valid unless
the same are endorsed by myself.
E. A. BlItNETT.
The general danciu c!a. I nut nf the season, will
take place Saturday afternoon at i o'cli k. Farert
and friends of the pu(il are invited to attend.
t HAS. UAl'.DV.
Room and Board, $3.00 and $4.00 per Day
Bath room anil Parlors extra.
All Modern Improvements
GILMOUR iV SONS. Proprietors.
New, Knt uiul Klfjr:mt I'ntHMMiger
IJAMES W. GAFFS&l
ItOBEHT WISE MeMcr
U. W. THOMPSON ....Uirlc
Will sell Honml Trip Ticket from Cairo. Metrop
olis. Paducah ami ."SmiKilaml. to Cincinnati uud re
turn, cood duritii the montlm of May aud June,
(includitii; stateroom in port) for Ten Dollars!
I'iticinuiiti oiler n:ore attraction to visitor tnos
two mouth than duriuu' all other of the year.
And wishing to rn or excursionist, 1 make this
liberal reduction to i.ny wlsliluk' to make the rouud
trip. The North American S:i ui;erfest commence
Jimo 11th : lister WtiUuck. ' the Ore.it Tragedian r
Madam Anderson, the Champion Walker; anil
Paul Itoyton, the. worid-reuowued Swimmer, will
UTho Animal In the Zooioeicnl Garden will he
In their ummer iU:irior. Shlllito crest Drv
Good Palace t the Bazaar of American Futnlou'
will have spring and summer otH'D'nu until
June 1Mb. Andwiththe Hill top ltesorts." free
to all, the "Pari of America" will be eeou when
THE "GAFF" CARUIBS A FULL STlilNti HAND
A food time 1 promised. Invite your f.-kuds,
nnd join u in u trip.
Leave calm, p m.. Frid:iv May !ith. Momlav
May. Friday, June I:!. Mondav. June 31. Fri
day, July is. Yours, Hepect'ful!y.
ItOBEHT W. WIE.
PGR METROPOLIS AND PADL'CAH.
The Eley.nt Sidewhee! ruftoiigcr Steamer
A.J. MUD Clerk
Leave Cairo every afternoon at ii o'clock, for
Padiicah. Metropolis and wuy laudlm.'". Fur
freight or passage apply to bvl. A. SILVER,
THE ANCHOR LINE.
For Xcw Orleans.
JOHN A. SCTDDER.
Friday, June ti, at 5 p.m.
Mouduy, June 9, at 5 p.m.
FOR MEMPHIS AND VICKSBURG.
CITY OF HELENA,
Isaac McKkk Master
Tuesday, Juno 3. at 5 p.m.
CITY OF GEENVILLE.
A. J. Carter e M:iter
ThursAf , Juno 6 at S", tu.
MVI'ueetek '. Master
Saturday, June Tut 5p.m.
FOR ST. LOUIS.
John T. McCoiid.
, Tuesday, June 3, at 10 p. m.
Ed Gray. . . Master
Wednesday, J tine 4. at lo p.m.
CITY OF ALTON.
H. Dlxhy. Mautor
luursuay, uuue 8, at noon,
Goau W. Lrnnox Mantur
rnuay, dune 0, at p.m.
JNO. B. MAUDE.
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