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J U. BRYANT, M. D.
OFFICE: Eighth and Wtablngtun Avcnao.
RESIDENCE :-Corocr Nineteenth and Wau
liiKion. y II. MA11EAN, M. D.,
Homeopathic Physician and Surjeon.
Office 1M Commercial avenne. Retdence corner
Fotirfcenlh bt. ud Wwtlitiiittnn aveuuu, . aim.
y R. SMITH, M. D.
NO. 81 THIRTEENTH STREET, CAIRO. ILL.
R, E. W. WIIITLOCK,
OrrtcB-Xo. 1M Commercial Avenue, between
Elehth an.1 Mm a Street
J)R. W. C. JOCELYN,
omCE-ElKhtU Street, near Commercial Avenue.
JINEGAR & LANSDEN,
OFFICE-No. 113 Commercial Avenue.
MUTUAL AID SOCIETY.
yiDOWS' AND ORPHANS'
Mutual . Aid Society.
' Corner of Seventh vt. and Commercial Avccnc,
' OFFICE HOURS: Sto 12 o'clock a.m., 1 to 6 and
7 to 8 p.m.
THOMAS LEWIS. Secre.ary.
GENERAL DELIVER! open .:) a.m.; close
6::i0p.m.j Sunday:8to9 a. m.
Money Order Department open at 8 a. m.j closes
Throui'n Exrre Malls via Illinois Central and
VlasUalppt Central Railroads close at 14:30 p. m.
Cairo and r opl-T liluff Through and V ay Mall
Clows at Vitaep. m.
Way Mall via
cennea and Mlss.ssippl Central Railroads close at
U-i". n. m
uunou Lenirau v airo nu m-
Way Hall Jor Narrow Gauge Railroad closes at 8
Cairo and Evansvllle River Route closes at 6:30
p. m. daiiy (except Friday). '
E. K. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
TRAINS AltKlVR. TRAINS DEPART
yM 4:05 a.m. I Mall S:Wa.m
Eipress 2:00 p.m. I Express 8:00 p.m.
CAIRO & VINCENSE3R. R.
Mall 10:00 p.m. I Mall ...,4:45 a.m.
CAIRO ST. LOUIS R. R.
Expw 5:10 p.m. I Express. 8:15 a. ra
Accomodation. 10:45 p.m. I Aom'datlon.l2:4Sp. m
CHICAGO. ST. LOUIS AND NEW ORLEANS R.R
Mall B:)p.ni. Mall 5:a.m
C. A. & T. RAILROAD'
Texas express... S:40 a.m. I Texas express. 3:13p.m.
Accommodat'n. .8:30 a.m. I
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICIAL PArER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
Only MoHiins Daily lu Souther u Illinois.
For Sale A Rood business house two
8tory brick, on Washington avenue, corner
of Tentli street. A desirable situation for
a grocery store. Apply to
The temperance folks will excuse ap
parent delinquency. It couid'nt be helped.
Col. Taylor, 'though still quite weak,
yesterday evening, was manifestly on the
Charley Murdock was married on
Thursday last, to a young lady resident of
the lower part of the city. Charley's
friends are extending all manner of con
gratulations. The Glass murder trial is fixed tor to
day; but if Judjje Harker feels that he
must leave this evening, the case will prob
ably be postponed. P. S. Judge Dough
erty will resume his scat.
While Judge Crawford was introduc
ing Browning in this county, up to the day
of the election, and soliciting votes for him,
B.cwn'ng's friends in Franklin county were
giving Crawford and Lansden away two
to one. Jonesboro Gazette.
There is a prevalence of bilious ail
ments in tue city; out no cuses ot a very
serious type. Young people are especially
cautioned against an ovcr-indulgeuce of
green fruits, lorries, young potatoes, and
vegetable feed genorally, as highly provo
cative of diarrhoea.
The tables for the new billiard hall of
Wilson and Axley have arrived, and as goon
as a suitable location tor the liall Is se
lected tho tables will be put up. Tlio bil
liard mania seems to have taken possession
ot out amusement-loving people within the
Pleasant Burton, arrested Thursday
night by Sheriff ilodges, at Cobden, bad a
hearing yesterday, and was found guilty of
an attempt to do- bodily injury. Tho court
imposed a fine of $;10 and costs, and or
dered that ho be remanded to j iil until tho
fine is paid or secured.
The Illinois Central railroad will run
an excursion train to Chicago some time
between the 17th and 24th of June, fare for
the round trip 0.5t), about a cent a mile.
This wllllK! a raro treat for so small an
amount of money. So says Ackenuan of
Thecaso ot Mus Mattlo Cattail vs.
Robert F. Caffall, on a petition for a di
vorce, was called in the circuit court yester
day. The cliiot allegation was biutal
treatment and ... voluntary abandonment.
The wife was shown to be industrious, for
bearing and patient under a line of treat
mcnt that no human being should be called
upon to enduro for a single hour. The hits
land's brutality Anally culminated In
blows. Tho court awarded tho complain
ant hep decree of divorce, turned over to
her keeping tho little boy, and permitted
her to assume her maiden name, Mattlo
Haines. Cattail made no defense.
The Democratic committe of this cir
cuit deserve to bo ceusured for permitting
Browning's friends to sell out their ticket.
They should have required Browning to
publicly disclaim the-Marion nomination,
or, on his refusal to do so, withdrew his
name from the Democratic ticket. Joncs
The weather yesterday and tho day
before wasall that could have been wished for
for harvest operations. Many farmers com
menced cutting os early as Monday, and on
Thursday reapers and threshers could be
seen at work on nearly every considerable
farm in Southern Illinois. The crop prom
ises a tremendous yield.
The majority of Wall Street, houses
and men, have u world wide reputation for
soundness and honest'. Tho old house ot
Alex. Frothiugham & Co., 12 Wall Street,
New York, is entitled to absolute confi
dence. They state that an investment of
about f 100 made recently, returned over
$t,000in less than sixty days. Send for
their circular, free.
With an acho that covered the entire
territory of our back, and other aches very
accurately adjusted to tho size of our head,
knee and elbow joints, we didn't feel very
well ourselves, yesterday, and didn't feel
otherwise during the entire day. We could
write but little, as our paper shows, and
what the morrow will bring forth we have
no meaus for determining.
Circuit court adjourned yesterday af
ternoon at 3 o'clock, to convene this morn
ing at 8, Judge Dougherty resuming the
bench. The Glass murder case will be
called the first thing. Rather than receive
a sentence for life, which the court prom
ised in case should he plead and be proven
guilty, Glass preferred a trial "by the
county," at whose hands he expects greater
Our latest advice3 warrant the belief
that Baker, Darker and Browuing are elect
ed Circuit Judges in this circuit. We
leave it tor the friends of Judge Browning,
in Franklin county, to explirln why he
(Brownin?) received 1,700 votes, and his
colleagues on tho Democratic ticket- only
from 450 to 550 votes in his (Franklin)
county. Isn't this going back upon your
friends, Mr. B.? Jonesboro Gazette, .
Our young folks seem to have begotten
a mania for marrying. We have had wed
dings, one, two and three a day tor a full
week or more, and many engagements still
remain undisposed of. Among the latest is
the marriage of Hence Downing and Miss
Mollie Owens, both of Cairo. Downing is
an industrious, upright and highly esteemed
citizen; and the young lady he has chosen
deserves the provident, thoughtful and
faithful husband, into which "Hence" is
morally certain to resolvo himself. The
marriage was celebrated Thursday.
We hear it stated that Constable Ho-
iran will, on Monday next, start a sprink
liu'' cart. It is purely an individual under
taking, and water will be scattered under
the direction of those who pay for it. It is
not likely that the sprinkling will be ex
tended beyond the thickly settled business
part of the city. Eighth street from Wash
ington to Commercial, and Commercial
from Fourth to Tenth street will probably
be kept sprinkled down, which will be
quite as great a length of street n3 a single
team can keep moistened.
The finding against Thomas Ross was
tor murder. Although an interval of sev
enteen years seems interminable, the pris
oner can greatly shorten it by good behav
ior. If Moss strictly observes prison dis
cipline and is tractable and willing, his
seventeen years will be reduced to eleven.
Alter an imprisonment m live years every
six mouths counts as a year a fact that is
not generally known. Ibid the jury aimed
at Ross' imprisonment for a term of seven
teen years, the verdict would have declared
for twenty-four years.
We have been told that Caffall, who is
named elsewhere os a party to a divorce
suit, comes of a very wealthy and highly
respectable family. His father is said to
bo the owner of vast estates and prosper
ous business houses in Louisiana and Mis
sissippi, and that good conduct on R. F's.
part would insure him a life of case and
pleuty during the old uian's life, and a for
tune at his death. But Hob is preverse, in
dependent and resentful, and takes a
ticket of leavo from the old homestead nt
Intervals of every year or two.
Tiic Rev. Mr. Bennett, of Anna, (assis
ted by the Rev, II. II. Richardson, who had
been several years in the ministry, when we
first heard him preach, thirty-onu years ago)
is in the city to organize and energize the
Baptists of Cairo. Messrs. B. nnd R. are
well adapted for revival work, and will
doubtless make themselves felt, before they
abandon their undertaking. There aro
forty or fifty membors of the Baptist church
In Cairo, and a few years ago an attempt
was made to erect a house of worship, but
the etlort terminated after the foundation
walls were laid, uud at that stage of pro
gress the structure remains unto this day.
It W broadly hinted that Mr. A. H.
Irvlu will return to Cairo next year and
enter the Held against Mr. Reeve for the
oSlee of Circuit Clerk. Wo do not pretend
to say that there is any foundation for such
ii rumor. It nay have had its origin in
Mia thought t:atlrvm Is the only man in
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tho county who can give Reeve a success
ful tussle. Reevo has mode a very clever
and a most obliging officer, and being "old
lightning" as an electioncerer, ho is a ro
markably strong man beforo tho people.
But. Irvin never asked any public position
at the hands of the peoplo thut was not
cheerfully given to him, and as a "head
way maker" for himself or anybody else, ho
stands unrivalled. It "Ham" should .de
termine to give John a "twist," tho contest
will be tho liveliest "old go," ever seen In
Alexander couuty 6incc the Morgan-Hodges
Tho "young folks" archery club was
out practicing yesterday, and did some very
good shooting twenty yards at an eighteen
inch tarket. Two center shots were made,
ono by Miss Mollio Riley and one by Mr.
'ennebaker. Tho club has not yet provi
ded themselves with bows, arrows, Ac. Mr.
Morgan politely' offered the representative
of The Bulletin present, his boty for a
few shots.but not wishing to shoot their target
full of holes tho offer was declined with
tjianks. The "married folks club" ! is not
yet organized, nnd it will be several weeks
before the young folks will have a rival in
the field. It has been suggested that to K.
I. Horsman, New Y'ork, who is a direct
importer would bo the place to send for
sample bows and arrows, as well as for
terms on full lino of implements. Tho la
dies of the W. C. T. U. are, we understand,
talking of buying a member of archery
implements and keeping them at the tem
perance club rooms for hire to those who
do not wish to purchase for themselves.
This would, we believe, be. a good move,
now that the archery fever has struck our
town and is likely to eclipse all other games
for the summer. As a matter of economy
as well as to get the best goods, we suggest
that, before purchasing, they correspond
with E. I. Horsman, 80 and 83 William
St., New York.
We tax the columns of the Argus for
"Preparations ore being made to recover
the lost cars and their contents, in the river
at East Cairo. Hiram Hill will do the sub
"The Hibernian fire company are con
templating the celebration of the coming
Fourth of July. It is not definitely set
tled how or In what manner as yet."
"It will be remembered that Walter
Edwards and Harry Cheatham were arrested
some four weeks since, charged with rob
bing a man of a small sum of money at the
corner of Sixth and Wasnlhgton avenue.
The house at that corner was occupied by
colored women, but one upper room was
occupied by a white woman named Minnie
Brooks. The man robbed says since, that
he wentlhcrc to get his partner away, who
was in the upper part of the house; but he
did not get up stairs, nnd has not seen or
heard of him since. Both men lived in'
Missouri, and the missing one left a valua
ble watch and $0 in money, which are
still there, and which ho would probably
call for if living. Minnie Brooks and a
colored associate jumped the town the day
after, and without any apparent cause. The
supposition is that the missing man was
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K. C. (ilr'deau
To say we are disgusted with the Dem
ocracy of Cairo, docs not express our feel
ings; but it will suffice. Let us seo what
tho Democrats of the district have done for
Cairo: They procured the appointment of
Oberly to the position of railroad and ware
house commissioner, at a salary of $:j,300
ayoiir; A. H. Irvin was appointed assistant
warden of the S. I. Penitentiary at a good
salary; etc. Jonesboro Gazette.
We, too, are disgusted with the Democ
racy of Cairo, as well as with the Demo
crats of all tho counties that persisted in
tho defeat of Mr. Lansden's nomination ; but
to charge that the Democratic party secured
the appointment of Oberly and Irvin is an
absurdity on its face. Those gentlemen
owe their appointment to the fact that the
Democratic party did not lend a helping
hand; but stood alolt and said nothing.
Had there been a Democratic movement
in their favor, they would inevitably failed
of confirmation, and, most likely, Imve ful-
leu short of the empty honor even of a
The hand that rocks the cradle, is tho
hand tlmt moves tho earth. J)r. Bull's
Baby Syrup is tho best remedy fur nil com
plaints children arc Biibjectto, such ns
Dysentery, Diarlueo, Summer Complaint,
Wiud Colic, etc. Price 5") rents,
.1. C. Champion, Cincinnati; (), j, jit.n
drick, Ynzo City, Mississippi; yAn yt Mn.
nock, Mury, Ky.; J. M. MeClellind, Stat
well, N. C; Win. Gilinore, Kilgvood; M.
,1. 0'Brocn, Jackson, Mississippi; 11.
Singer, Chienifo; J. W. Shaw, Imllnnnpnlls;
J. N. Beogn, Chieago,
Jackson's best Sweet Xuvy To
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THE LATE KEV. DILLON-LEE.
At at mooting of tho Wardens and Ves
trymen of tho Chtfrch of tho Redeemer,
Cairo, Illinois, hold May 31st, A. D., 1870
tho following resolutions, etc., were ununi
mously adopted :
For tho first time in the history of our
Parish, hath tho God arid Father of us all,
summoned henco by death our Rector, and
carried home, into His blessed Kingdom,
the shepherd of our flock. A cloud of
memory, like a pall, huth enveloped the
entire communty, and sad indeed, is the
meeting of this vestry, called to 'take action
upon, and join in tho deep grief every
where mani tested, because of the sudden
taking away of our beloved Rector, the
Very Rev. Dean M. R. St. J. Dillon-Lce.
Therefore be it
Resolved, That in tho death of Dean
Dillon-Lee, this vestry has lost a true,
wnrm-henrted, generous friend ; our Parish
a faithful, learned and eloquent Rector; our
Deanery a dilligent nud ambitious worker
in tho cause of tho Master; our Diocese an
active supporter, coadjutor and adviser; the
Church a theologian and divino of eminent
ability; his wife a devoted nnd affectionate
husband; his children u fond and loving
father; the community a public spirited,
noble, Christian gentleman.
Resolved, That as a token of respect
and affection, tho vestry uttend his funeral
in a body, and act as pall-bearers; that a
page of our record be set apart to his mem
ory, and the Church draped in mourning
tor sixty days, and thut it is the wish and
sense of the vestry, that a suitable memo
rial be procured, and placed in the Church
to the end that the name of this faithful
soldier nnd servant of Christ, nay ever be
preserved therein, and among his parish
ioners. Resolved, That these proceedings be
puplihhed, and that an engrossed copy
thereof be furnished the devoted wife of the
deceased with assurance of our profound
sympathy, tor herself and tatherlcss chil
dren. The los-s of our beloved Rector, so affect
ing to all his friends, to his wife nnd chid
ren, is above and beyond calculation. We
pray Our Father in Heaven, to assuage
their grief, by such consolations, as are
above the power ot accident or change, and
such as He alone can give.
H. II. Canuee, Sr. Wurden,
Mri.F.s Fued'k. Gilbert, Clerk of Vestry.
The undersigned clergy and laity present
at the funeral services of the Rev. M. R. St.
J. Dil Ion-Lee, Rector of the Church of the
Redeemer, Cairo, desiring to express their
sense of the loss sustained in the sudden
death of their friend and brother, have
adopted the following memorandum :
The death of the RevM. R. St. J. Dillon
Lee deprives the church of a faithful ser
vant, the parish of a devoted and beloved
pastor, the community of an example of
noble and holy life and us of a loving
brother nnd friend. We condole with his
bereaved family in their affliction ami as
sure them of our sincere sympathy in tho
loss they have sustained. Wo commend
the faithful labor and pure life of our
brother as an example worthy of all imita
tion and will treasure his memory as of a
man endowed with rare natural gifts, well
cultivated and perfected by the grace of
the Holy Spirit. ,
J. I). Eastf.u, Rector of Trinity Church,
Albert E. Wells, Rector of St. Marks,
Jos. E. Martin, Rector ol Trinity Church,
W.M. M. Steel, Missionary at Centralia
R. P. Johnston, Springfield.
II. W. HuiiBAHD, Centr alia.
Cairo, III., June 3, A. D. 1879.
LIST OF ADVERTISED LETTERS REMAINING TN
THE CAIRO TOST OFFICE JUNE 0, IHll).
I'rowti. M.iry .Mi"f
Kami, llctflo M1h
lliille. Ucphle Minn
Klii. l.l.ziu Mlfn
Low. Miittlo ll
Smith. Lizzie, Mls
Rich. Enicliuu Mlf
Tsvlor. I.ito Minx
Rrown, Annie "iV?
Klnsr. Muscle Mi
liim. Mnttlu Mln
.Mum. Lizzie. Mih
Itux'l, .Mil nil) MIm
Mlckney, March Mr
Williams, Annie Mica
Illuucliard. Henry .1 Hacklier. Nathan
Rruvtu. Peter Uilee. Kiigituu
Connadv, Pat 'ara. Henry
Davis. O V D mulei!. Vm I.
Downlv, Jno KntTlintnna
Kii'hulhurirer. -Ino Foster. Win
Huuthcm'k, Doulai H:iIhc Dreii
Jliivnen. ( llenilrick, Henry
Hull'. Wulter I) .larkiuni. Jas
1,1'Kiinn, Allen Lee. Edwnrd
Morrlmm, Ed Mi-Authors. Dr.
Mike, Harvcv .Miller. Dnl
McKlrhv. lioli't Murphy, Wni H
Pratt. Edwin T Power. Martin
Roe. O, ('. Mr Reilney, M V
rthlrlil. Ell W Smith. Miirtln 1!
Taylor, Win A S hltlnehe. Win It
Wouehel. V A Wllllums. Snmler
Wiirte, T R I! Walker. Emerson
Wailo..no. Wind, A II
PIkbhc any advertised, when railing for your let
ters. It is nt-T rarely, indeed, that our people
see a finer animal than tho prize beef cow
that JN1CK uiianis exhibited on me streets,
yesterday. But fat, sleek and handsome ns
she is, she will be slaughtered to-morrow
evening, and exposed for sale, nt Williams'
meat shop, corner of Twentieth and Wash
ington, Saturday and Sunday mornings. Go
everybody and get a Sunday supply.
j Baptist c1ii:rcii mektisu There will
bo preaching by tho Baptist ministers in
Turner Hull nt 8 p. m. this evening and
every evening this week. Tho public, g
klndlv invited to attend, nnd all Baptists
Try The Druggist's Sundries
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The above brands arc especially adopted to fine trade, and no dealer should be
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Call aiid examine and be convinced. I f. MEYERS.
WIRE SCREENS, FURNITURE, ETC,
Furniture manufactured nnd all kinds of
repairing done, at my shop on Commercial
avenue, between Eleventh nnd Twelfth
streets; also all kinds of cabinet making to
order. Mattresses manufactured to order
and kept on sale. Impairing and uphol
stering done on short notice. I have a
good supply of walnut moulding and wire
cloth fur scrceus,to be made up in the latest
and best style. Prices very low.
DIXO.V SPKIXGS, ILLS.
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 and
capacious dining rooms have been built,
furnished entirely with new furniture, new
beding, spring mattresses, etc. The springs
are situated in a high and healthy locality,
surrounded by maguificent scenery; and
their medical qualities, not excelled by nny,
are too well known to need any comment.
They nre .supplied with an abundance of
ice, refreshments and amusemeuts usually
found at summer resorts. The best of fare
and strictest attention to the comfort ot
guests is guranteed all for the small sum
(if $S per week. Special rates to families.
J. 11. Brown & Co., Proprietors.
May 25th, 1870.
Notice. to all whom 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, 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. Burnett.
John J. Stelzer has removed his stock
to Eighth street in the store lately va
cated by II. Houpt. lie has a large stock
of jewelry ot all kinds, watches, clocks, etc.
His silvcrplated 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.
A Search Warrant allows an officer to
go through your house from cellar to gar
ret, and Lindsey's Blood Searcher is war
ranted to go through your system from top
to toes ami drive out all blood diseases. Its
cures nre wonderful nnd certified to by doc
tors, preachers and people. Scrofula, Mer
curial Diseases, Erysipelas, Tetter, Ulcers in
the Lungs or on tho Skin, Boils, Pimples,
&e. we warrant it to cure. . It is a purely
Vegetable Compound and Powerful Tonic.
For sale by all Druggists. See that our
name is on the bottom of the wrapper,
U. E. Sellers & Co., Prop'rs, Pittsburgh,
Pa. Barclay Bro's Agents.
Save your children. For expelling
worms from thn system, Sellers' Vermifuge
has no equal in this or any other country.
One teaspoonftil given to a child of Mr.
Bradberys, expelled 2:54 worms in four
hours after taking the medicine, Benj. Ly
tic, Union township, Pu. Also expelled 400
worms from my child two years old. Wm.
Survcr, St. Louis, Mo. Sold by all drug
gisK Prioo 25 cts. It. E. Sellers & Co.,
proprietors, Pittsburgh, Pa. Send for cir
cular. Burcbiy Bros., Agents
The tiu'th is mkiuty and will prevail.
Thousands who bnvc used nij beep cured
nro living witnesses to the truth of our
statement, that Sellers' Liver Pills will euro
the worst cases of liver complaint, bullous
ties?, hendiicho arising therefrom, costive
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ders resulting from a discasod liver. For
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K. Sellers Co., Proprietors, Pittsburgh,
Pa. Barclay Bros., agents.
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A few ke2 of mixed NAILS, taken from (he wreck
of the barge at the poltt, are for tale at
81.50 PER KEG,
De'.herwd anywhere on the Ohio Levee. Apply lo
On wrecking boat Charley Hill, at the point.
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POU METROPOLIS AND PADLXAII.
The Elesant Sld.whi el Paer.aer Steamer
I.euvc Cairo cverv afternoon ttt 3 o'cloak, for
Padurnli, Metropoll- nnd wav landing, for
freight or panMipM apply to f(L. A. MLVEU,
THE ANCHOR LINE.
Fqp Xew Orleans.
JOHN A. SCTDDER.
Flem Calveht Mauler
Friday, June li, at 5 p.m.
CoeMII I Master
Muuiliiy, June 'J. at 5 p.m.
FOR MEMPHIS AND VICKSBURG.
CITY OF HELENA,
Isaac McKek Maxtor
Tuesday. June :), at 5 p.m.
CITY OF GEENVILLE.
A. J. Carter Master
Saturday, June 7 at S p.m.
FOR ST. LOUIS.
GOLD DUST. '
John T. M:('om Master
Tuesday. June:), at 10 p. m,
Ed Gray Muntur
Wednesday, Jtiu4. at lep.m.
CITY OF ALTON.
II. !llxly Miwtur
Thursday, June 5, at nuon,
(lEottux W. Lennox Master
Friday, June I), ot Hp.ru.
JNO, B. MAUDE.
V. II. Woke Master
Sunday. Juno 8, at 10 p.m.
For nil Information apply to Anchor Line Ofllco.
Whurfbout No, U.
Cait. THOMAS W. SHIELDS, Sunt.
new uun snop.
IL E. N CE,
NEW GUN SHOP,
Commercial Ave., opposite Seventh st.
CAIHO, i t t IL.I..11VOIS.
Guns, Pistols, Sales and Locks Repaired.
m-ys aiaue to oruer.
CHOKE BORING ON BREACH-LOADING GtTNS
A Bl UiCilALTl.
All Un.l, miaMtnti,..! .-tl.r-... . . .1
nuucttubuubtulugd ut any other pluc-ulu the city.