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J II. BRYANT, M. D.
OFFICE: Eliihtn mil Wasnluston Avcnuo.
RESIDENCE :-Comer Nineteenth
yy II. MAREAN, M. D.,
Homeopathic rhysician and Sur?eon.
Offlco 138 Commercial avenue. Residence corner
Fourteenth St. and Washington avenue, Cairo.
yy II. SMITH, M. D.
Offlee and Resldr-no :
.NO. 21 THIRTEENTH STREET, CAIRO, ILL.
jyi. E. W. WIIITLOCK,
Ornca-No. 136 Commercial Avenue, between
Eighth and Ninth Streeu .
W. C. JOCELYN,
UFFICE-Elehth Street, near Commercial Avenue.
Notary Public ami Conveyancer.
OFFICE: With the Widow' and Oorphans' Mu
tual Aid Society.
ATTORN EYS-AT-L A W.
JINEGAR & LANSDEN,
OFFICE No. 113 Commercial Avennc.
GENERAL DELIVERY open :) a. m.; closes
i:0 ;i.ni.; Suuday: 8 to 9 a. m.
Money Order Department open at 8 a. m.; closes
at Sp. n. ,
Through Etyftc Malls via Illinois Central and
Mississippi C-Ltral Railroad close at 13:30 p. m.
Cairo auil Poplar bluff Through and Way Mall
don- a. Ii:i0 p. ra.
Wav Mall vta Illinois Central. Cairo and Vn
cenn and Mies.ssipul Central Railroads close at
Way Jtai'.Ta: Narrow Gauge Railroad closes at 8
Cairo ted Evansvllla River Ronte closes at 8:30
p. ra. ii'.iy (except Friday). '
3v. R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
T7UIR9 ARRIVE. TRAINS DEPART
Mail 4:05 a.m. I Mall 3:10 a.m.
Express 3:00 p.m. Express 6:00 p.m.
Mall 10:0Qp.m. I Mail ....4:43 a.m.
CAIRO & BT. LOU18R.R.
E.TDre 5:10 n.m. I Exnrees 8:45 a. m
Accora'Cuiion 10:45 p.m. Accom'datlon.li:45p. m
CHICAGO. ST. LOl'IS AND NEW ORLEANS R.R
Mail 5:40p.m. Mull 5:00a.m.
C. A. &T. RAILROAD'
Texas express... i:i0 a.m. I Texas express. 2:15p.m.
' Aocotnmodat'n.. 8:30 a.m. I
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
Only ioriiin? Daily in Southern Illinois.
Fo3t Sale A good business house two
story brick, on Washington avenue, corner
. of Tenth street. A desirable situation for
a grocery store. Apply to
.Mr. Andrew Lolir left for Chicago
the evening train, yesterday.
Alter next Sunday the ferry boat will
leave at 7 a. m. making 3 daily trips week
days and two trips on Sunday.
Why don't somebody buy the buggy
that is advertized in the Bulletin ? It is a
good one and will last ten years.
Pat a water elevator in pour cistern
and by assuring yourself pure water guard
against sickness. Sold by Lancaster and
Buy one of those line cedar chests of
Lancaster and Rice, and don't put your
furs and woolens down in snuff or camphor
again this summer.
"Innocence" protests that she- is not
"Modestus." Wo can acquit her of that
impuptiition. But very somii, now, we shall
have somebody protesting with equal em
phasis that he or she is not ''Innocence1"
' One of the three individuals who ac
cepted the three hour's stay, and promised
to vacnte Ins place in the city, disregarded
his promise, and was picked up again yes
terday evening and rejugged. Like grace
will not be accorded him again.
"We bear complaint of an unpleasant
. odor on Tenth street, not far from Wash
ington. By the tupping of a privy vault a
portion of the liquid found its way beyond
the enclosure and under the adjoining side
walk. The attempt to neutralize the odor
with lime was not entirely successful.
The Heath Officer asks householders
of the city not to connect their waste water
pipe with the boxes at the street corner
heads ol the sewers; and especially not to
throw any offal into them, as the water has
neither force nor volume enough to carry
it off. It therefore impedes the flow of the
water and creutes a nuisance.
We have heard but little of the
purposes of the C. and V. Railroad coin
puny in reference to their proposed depot.
, But the fact that the company is effecting
the purchase of property in the vincinity
may La accepted as an earnest of its pur
port to make the promised improvement
sejoon m the preliminaries can be arrang
."We alluded recently to the bursting
up of the so-called Bryant's Southern Min
strel. The frauds composing the troupe,
1 .hoped to gather in com on tho prestige of
, name. " At Paducah, on Saturduy night,
, tho proprietor of tho company, Murrell,
and tho treasurer, Wilson, decamped,
Ktriking out Texas-wards, leaving
their, employes, mwt of them
five hundred miles away from
home, and all of them without money.
Tho troupe was wholly without talent,
Here in Cairo fully half the audienc lett
the hall, disgusted, before the performance
was halt over.
The Illinois Ceutral railroad company
has caused to be dumped, at a point across
the way from their passenger depot, a large
lot of rock. It is tho company's purpose,
we bcur to use tUeso rock in paving tho
slope of the levee, so as to form an easy,
dry and sufficient walk-way to the tug and
ferry landing. The route, at prcsont, is
The three drunken fellows taken in
early Tuesday morning with a cargo of
whisky on board that kept them stupidly
drunk all day, were brought before Judge
Bird yesterday, and given a three hour's
stay during which to leave the city. They
solemnlv cnguccd to get out within the
three hours. If Paducah would only keep
her people at home but they will gad
Fred Koehlcr was tried before Judge
Bird, yesterday, on a charge preferred by
the Health Offices, to tho effect that the
slaughter house used by Koehlci was not, in
itself and its surroundings, up to he re
quirements of the laws of health. Many
witnesses were sworn, pro and con, and
the outcome was that the city failed to
make out its case. The defendant was dis
The pole erected in the street in front
of the court house, during the recent mu
nicipal contest, stood, until yesterday, a
constant menace to the teams and people
that gathered at the court house pump
dozens of the first and hundreds of the lat
ter, almost every day. Yesterday morning,
or the night before, some thoughtful citi
zen, took his axe, and felled the threaten
ing sapling to the ground.
The wind storm of last evening was
one of the heaviest that has visited this lo
cality for several seasons. It did not come
in gusts, but was a continuous blow, lasting
nearly m uitp a halt hour, without mate
rially changing its velocity. The light
ning was exceedingly fierce, but distant.
We have heard of no serious damage at the
time we write, but shall not be surprised to
hear of great havoc all around us.
Since the Knights of the Mystic Krew
have decided not to use the park in celebraf
ing the coming 4th, can't some other respect
able organization take the park and pro
vide an entertainment for our people? The
promise of fire-works alone, will draw a
thousand people there, and the chanco to
dance, many more. What say the Turners
the Casino's, the Delta's, Roughs, or Arabs?
There is not much money in it; but there is
any amount of fun and pastime to the peo
ple. The low prices, good fare and clever
people of the packet Fisk, promise to in
terfere with our people's domestic arrange
ments. Families 'that have nothing to do
but kill time, can travel on that sprightly
little packet at a less cost than they can stay
at home. Just think of it! Conveyance
from Cairo to Paducah, supper, lodging,
breakfast, dinner and a return passage to
Cairo three meals, a night's lodging and a
hundred miles travel all for one dollar!
It is as cheap as the integrity of a Louis
Mr. Jarbo, the boss of the gas main
repairers was completely overcome by the
heat and gas yesterday, while engaged at
his work near Tenth and Washington.
He was carried into MrMcCammon's meat
shop, near by, and in a short time was de
livered from what seemed, for tho moment,
to be a clear case of "coup de soleil." The
mid-day sun has now taken on the degree
of htat that should admonish out-door la
laborers to be cautious. A sponge occa
sionally dampened and worn on the top of
the head is declared to be an infallible
preventive ot sun-stroke.
The Massac Journal, though a Repub
lican paper, has tho honesty und candor to
acknowledge that Judge Mulkey will grace
the position to which he has been elected,
and even goes so far as to congratulate the
people on the wisdom ot tlieir choice. Let
it bo remembered, however, that of all the
Republican papers of the district the Journ
al is the only one that indulges in such
eulogies of Mr. Mulkey. The tact that ho
is a JJeruocrat completely blinds them to
his realy superior and widely recognized
qualifications, for the high place lor which
he has been chosen.
We feel absolutely sure that the Health
Officer has no other aim than to serve the
city faithfully and acceptably, und to deal
justly und impartially by our citizens. The
fact that he institutes suits against citizens
which are not sustained in the courts does
not disprove this assertion, buf tends to
confirm. He caused the arrest of the
butchers because in his opinion their
slaughter houses were not kept in as cleanly
a condition uh the law requires. Believing
this as he did, and still does, he would
have fallen short of u conscientious dis
charge of his duty, had lie done otherwise
than he did do. But he failed to make
the slaughter houses appear to the court as
they appear to him; many 'credible persons
testified that the buildings and surround
ings were kept as clean and in as good
order as the nature of the business readily
vV"'l f, wid in one of the cases tho de
fendant was discharged while in the other
a fine of only five dollars was imposed.
Here, in so-fur as tho slaughter houses aro
concerned, the Health Officer's duty ends.
So long as they arc maintained as now, it
CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MOKMMU,. JUNE 12. IS79.
will prove a waste of time to renew pjose
cutions. Rut the public hope and believe
that his partial failure in this matter, will
not cause him to relax his vigilance one
,,fiwr direction. Hois, com-
paraitvcly speaking, a pioneer in tho hy
genie sen-ice, and will find tho way some
what rugged; but let him persevere in tho
good work. Good results will crown his
trials and tribulations, and ho will have his
reward in tho hearty commendation of all
right thinking people.
Tho mania for wax-chewing has seized
upon the colored people. Whilo a colored
girl, about sixteen years of age, was drink
ing at the court house pump, yesterday,
another girl, standing in the street, seemed
to grow impatient, and finally addressed
the girl at the pump about as follows:
"Now you cum 'way fuui dar. Yer drink
ing like a mule, and I doesn't like dat
water nohow." The girl continuing to
drink, the other fairly screamed at her: cum
'way funi dar I say, cos dat water'll spile my
wax !" And so it transpired that the speaker
was not solicitous about the well being of
the girl, who seemed to be drinking
enormously; but was afraid'that the peculiar
flavor of the water would effect her wax,
which she had loaned to the drinking girl
The two St. Louis detectives here in
search ot Printzc, tho murderer of Saun
ders, returned home, satisfied they are off
the scent of the murderer altogether. One
ot them, Mr. Stewart, was overcome by
heat, Tuesday evening. Ho was carried
into the St. Charles hotel and the services
of Dr. Parker enlisted. He was soon put
on his feet again, and he and his partner,
Tucker, struck out homeward. The. idea of
a St. Louis man, who is called npon to en
dure a summer's sun that ruus the mercury
up above the mark of blood heat the idea
of such a man succumbing to the breezy
heat of a Cairo sun seems preposterous.
But, to return to Printze, a knowing cor
respondent of the St. Louis Republican de
clares that the murderer is iu Illinois, and
has been for two or three days, within
twenty-five miles of St. Louis.
The forests of Louisiana and Southern
Texas at this time ot year arc made vocal
with the bewitching songs of tho
mocking-bird or Southern oriole.
This is the most delightful singer
of all American song birds, and
as there is a great demand for them in the
North, dozens and scores of persons make
large sums of money in the business of
supplying that demand. On Halliday &
Phillips' wharf-boat, yesterday, there were
as many, perhaps, as throe hundred and
fifty of these birds, in various stages ot de
velopment, from the uncouth, pen-feathered
young one, that is always eating, to the ten
year old patriarch that is always singing.
The birds sell at from $5 to $40 per pair,
according to their ages and acquirements.
In buying the young ones, the uninitiated
is not always dead sure that he will not
purchase a pair that will furnish him more
eggs than songs. The females don't sing.
The dog-catchers were abroad yester
Jay, picking up the uncollared canines in
all parts of the city. Quite a number of
citizens extended the days of their yelping
pet's sportiveness by walking up to the Cap
tain's office aud complying with the rc-
ouirements of the law. But the money
paid to prolong the life-time aud enlarge
the liberties of one dog, seems to have been
used for the purpose of shortening tho life
and restricting the privileges of another.
Iu other words, the more taxes paid, the
more money in hand to pay dog catchers.
And right here we will tukc occasion to
express the hope that Marshal La Hue's
showing of dog's caught ami slaughtered,
will be such as to give the public assurance
that the nightly chorus of b:irks will be
greatly lessened, alike in volume and vari
ety. If he can only lop off from that
chorus the persistent and never ending
piccolo of the tlsto and poodle terrier, the
barritone aud profundo basso of the bull
pup and mastiff will be rendered toler
able. The city council is manifestly deter
mined that the Illinois Central railroad
company shall comply witli the ordinances
of the city aud respect the decree of the
circuit court, in the matter of occupying
the Ohio Levee with freight cars. The
matter was warmly discussed Tuesday
night, and the motion of Alderman Wood
ward, that the marshal enfore the ordi
nances against the company. to tho letter,
was supported with an earnestness that
betrayed a purpose on the part of tho
council to temporize no longer. While it
will undoubtedly look like tho imposition
of a hardship on tho railroad company to
compel it to strictly obey the ordinances,
it is an equal hardship upon the business
men of the levee to be cut out by jrreat
trains of cars, from the enjoyment and use
of the river front for which, in the pur
chase of their property, they paid many
thousands of dollars. Isn't there a "com
promise ground" that can be occupio with
out especial detriment to either side ?
Why not raise a joint committee, and hold
a conference. Better almost anything than
An elderly gentleman named Havers
ton, was victimized Tuesday evening, by a
couple of sharpers, through that stupidest
of all "beats" the check game; hut, as
good luck would have it, the rascal only
obtained $.1. Tho details form the sumo
old story. Harvcston mot u clever stranger,
bound us ho was himself, to some point lii
Missouri. Tho two hud talked but a lew
miuutes until a third stranger stepped up
and informed tho sharper that ho hud pttij
tho charges and taken his bnggago to tho
depot, und his bill was 5. Tho man ad
dressed had no money; but had a check.
The check, of course, couldn't be changed.
To make a long story short, tho old man
loaned his companion $3 to pay tho bill,
and having much confidence in his honor,
refused to take tho check us security. A
few minutes later the old man and his vc
timizer separated, the latter pretending he
had to go and pay his hotel bill ; the other
to go to tho depot ond wait "among the
baggage" for tho sharper's arrival. Of
course that was the last seen of tho sharper
or the fj. Mr. Ilaverston was en route to
Missouri to see a sick daughter, but ex
pressed the determination, we hear, to re
main iu Cairo, until he brought to justice
the villains who beat him out af his money
a determination, by the way, that de
serves to bo commended.
Quite a number of our readers are dis
posed to discredit the report that Mr. Her
bert Conner" walked from Mound City to
Cairo and return, twelve miles, in one hour
a.ul three quarters. This is equivalent to
seven miles an hour, and, we believe, bents
any of the walking achieved during the
world's match in Gilinore's Garden. But
there was a man at cither end of the route
to timo Mr. Connor, and, if their time
pieces agree, tho fact of tho performance
can easily be setttlcd. Mr. P. Fitz
gerald, is, we believe, willing to
testify as to the pedestrian's arri
val iu Cairo. There is another fact, that
will, when known, add to the glory (if
people look at it in that way) of Mr. C's.
achievement. I ho instance walked is
nearer thirteen miles than twelve. From
the lower intersection of the levees to the
mouth of the Cache is five and a half meas
ured miles. From Cache to the Stolts
House is nearly or quite another mile. As
this measurement is upon a direct line, and
as the route of the walk could not be an
air-line, the walkist may safely be credited
with seven and a half miles per hour.
A PUOTESTTHAT IS ALSO A PROUE.
For pity's sake, coax "Modestus" not to
write any more on the "colored question,"
for he or she is making my social sky very
'dark" indeed. Many of my friends have
accused me of being "Modestus," and ut
first I was rather proud of it aud didn't
deny it as forcibly as I might have done,
because there was a good ileal of glory in
allowing people to think I could write for
a paper. But time has worn the edge of
my pleasure off, for I find inyscft in danger
ot becoming a veritable "last rose of sum
mcr," so far us some of my masculine
friends are concerned.
At first I could not understand it, whi n
I received chilling bows and freezing
glances from gentlemen who had once been
emblematical of the willow and the sun
beam iu their graces and brightness. After
awhile sonic began to puss me with avert
ed heads and countenances indicative of
aversion and fear, or a combination of both;
others strided past with elevated noses and
a mein of defiance, and after being
snubbed, frozen and fired alternately,
the problem of this singular state of
affairs was sol;ed by inspiration
as it were. They too thought I was "Mod-
estus, und believed I had found them oit!
Visions of wrathful wives und scornful
sweethearts, whose eyes I might open, no
doubt flashed through their brains at sight
of me. Now, gentlemen, I assure you
all of you, and you are many- that I am as
innocent as a lamb. I'm not "Modestus"
I havu't hunted you all out and marked
you as nt victims tor black-mailing vir
poses. I may have an inviiJiUnation
to draw my skirts to one side, us you pass,
(you. whom "Modestus"' shoe fits) but I
don't do it. I have been too well trained
in the world's school of custom, to attempt
to undo any of this shameful wickedness.
I Jnow how more than useless it would be
to try to work ft reform in men's morals, as
long as mothers, wives and sweethearts
know your guilt as well as I do, many of
them, and yet treat you like gentlemen. So
pile your wrath where it belongs, on "Mod
ertus," und not on poor Innocence.
N.vtiue does not execute "snap" judg
ments, but always warns the offender against
her laws by the infliction of pain. Give at
tention to her warning, und take Dr. Bull's
Baltimore pills In a good time to prevent
the encroachment of disease. Price 2o cts.
AT TUB PLANTERS' IIOPsE.
D. C. Calkins, Memphis: ('has. Burton,
Carbondale ; J. W. Gordon, DAloines, Iowa;
W. P. Bruner and wife, Metropolis; J. W.
Willis, Metropolis; Miss Hellen Gray, Me
tropolis; John J. Cnrrigun, St. Louis;
p flbchme, N. Y; J. C. Gregory, Mt. Vernon;
T. J, Richbrook, Richmond ;Thos. II. Pain,
paducah; W.W. Goodrich and wife, Chi
cago. DIXON SPRINGS, ILLS.
Theso springs will bo opened Juno 10th
under the management of the new proprie
tors, who would respectfully announce that
they havo been thoroughly repaired. Over
thirty new cottages and new, large and
capacious dining rooms havo beeu built,
furnished entirely with ncv furniture, new
bodiuff, Bprinj? mattresses, etc. The springs
are situated in a high and healthy locality,
gurrounded by magnificent scenery; and
their inodical qualities, not excelled by tiny,
Try The Druggist's Sundries
FIVE OEJfT CIGAR !
The most pleasing smoke for the money ever offered to the
DO NOT FAIL 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 mid superior in qual
ity to two-thirds of the Cigars imported to this country.
A. SINGLE TRIAL SATISFY
The most fastidious taste of the merits of this Cigar.
SOLD BY ALL FIRST-CLASS KETAIL DEALERS.
The above brands are especially adopted to line trade, und no dealer should ba
SOLE AGENT FOB CALKO,
Call and examine and be convinced. If. MEYERS.
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
nnd strictest attention to the comfort of
guests is guran teed all fir the small sum
of $s per week. Special rates to tamilics.
J. R. Biiown & Co., Proprietors.
May 23th. Is70.
ICE! ICE! ICE!
I am prepared to furnish icewholesale
or retail all through the season. Office,
Eighth street, between Commercial and
Washington avenues, next dixirto Bristol's
grocery store. Jacoii ICi.ee.
There will be a meeting of Hibernian
Engine Co., No. 4. held oa Thursday even
ing, June 12th. All members are requested
to be present us business of importance to
the company will be brought before the
meeting. By order of Committer,
Taos. IC.mn, Chuirman.
Ick, 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 as cus
tomers may desire. Leave orders at my
residence on Seventeenth near Commercial;
at Sargeants, on Eighth street, or address
me .through the poft-oflice.
F. M. Ward.
WIRE SCREENS. Fl'RXITl'RE, ETC,
Furniture manufactured and nil kinds of
repairing done, at my shop on Commercial
avenue, between Eleventh and Twelfth
streets; also nil kinds of cabinet making to
order. Mattresses manufactured to order
and kept on sale. Repairing and uphol
stenng done on short notice. I havo a
good supply of walnut moulding and wire
cloth for scrccns,to be made up in the latest
and best style. Prices very low.
Fish ino tackle, Rkdh, bait, etc., wire
cloth for screens, ice cream freezers, etc.,
ut bbttom prices; also Stoves, Tinware, ami
Hardware of all descriptions. Dog collars,
Refrigerators, Revolvers, Raors, Pocket
Knives, silver plated knives, forks and
spoons, lamp1! ami lainp fixtures and a
thousand of other articles at ('. W. Hen
derson's, Commercial avenue, comer
The Rose Red of Lemon's Dyes made
by Wells, Richardson & Co., Burlington,
Vt., is not a more desirable color for dyeing
silk, cotton or woolen goods, than the yel
low, scarlet, purple, blue, marooh, violet,
black, crimson, green or brown, out of
which colors can be obtained to uny ex
tent. Yorj Mist CutK that Couch. With
Shiloh's Consumption Cure you can cure
yourself. It has established the tact that
Consumption can be cured, while for Coughs
Bronchitis, Whooping Cough, Asthma, and
all diseases of Throat and Lungs, it is abso
lutely without tin equal, Two doses will re
lieve your child of Croup, it is pleasant to
take and perfectly harmless to the youngest
child, and no mother can etlbrd to be with
out it. You can use two thirds of u bottle
and if what we say is not true we will re
fund the price paid. Price 10 cts. 30 cts.
and $1,00 per bottle. If your Lungs are
sore or chest or back lame use Shiloh's por
ous Plaster. Sold by Barclay Brothers.
Have you Dyspepsia, are you Constipa
ted, have you u Yellow skin, Loss of Appe
tite, ncail Ache, it so don't fail to uso Shi
loh's System Vitalixer. It guaranteed to
relieve you, und will you continue to suffer
when you cu iH, curctl on such terms as
these. Price 10 cents, and 73 cents. Sold by
Well's Persian Perfume. "Hackmatack"
is rich nnd fragrant try it. Sold by Barclay
Brothers. ... .'
Ten Cents. Woutii. If you want a neat
smooth shave for ten cents, or a fashionnblo
hair rut for 2o cents, or anything else in
the tonsoiial line, remember tho plc0 to
K" to is Henry Schick's, No. 143 Commer
For aali-. lnu'le M of harntna and a nearly rw
Kiuu liar open buggy. Apply at the Uull. tln office.
M STERX tt CO,
715. Walilugtou Avenue. St.
The Greatest Loot and Shoo Sale ever
Held in the West.
Ili ln the entire ntcM-k of the late and well known
Jobliiug Arm of
A PPL ETON, NO YES & MAUDE.
of thii city.
Amounting to upward of li.nrit WORTH F
(,i('''"s adutned to the NOIU'HEHN, MJlTH
fclt.N aud WKSTEUS THAUE.
June Ktb, IMh and l'tth.
At our ali room. OihmU rendy for iunpectien
(mm uud after Saturday, June lull
AILSLFOIi SALE CIIEAr
A few kccMif mixed NAILS, takcu from the wreck
of the bap,'e at the point, are fur ialc at
81.50 PKH KKG,
lU'livered ar.j where on the Ohio Levee. Apply to
- On w roefcinz hoat Charley H'.ll. at the point.
Room and Board, f'5.00 and $1.00 per Day
liath room and Pariura extra.
All Modern Improvements
GILMOl'R & SONS, Proprietors.
Xew, Kant atul Klig:int I'liaw-ngfi-Ste.'ilnei'
JAMES W. GAFF3&1
(i. W. THOMPSON
111 fell Kotind Trip Ticket from Cairo. Metron
oli. Paducah aud Smilhlaud. to C'lnelnuati and re
turn, cood duriiitf the months of lav nnd dune,
uutliidinir etatrroom in port) lor Ten Dollar"'
Cincinnati offer more attraction toTlxitor thoo
two month than durlui; all other of the year
And wlhlui: to favor ejcnirlonlt. I make this
lilirriU reduction to any wishinx to make the round
trip. The North American Sii iii;i rfcit commence
.June 11th: Ixntcr Waliack. the dreat Traediau 1
Maduin Anderson, the- haniplou Walker: and
Paul lloyton, the world-renowned Swimmer, will
I .The Animals In the Zoological (iardi n will he
in their utnmer quarter. Shlllito' creat Dry
(ioods Palace (thu lia.aar or American Fashion)
will have aprlne; and summer openiu' until
June i:.th. And with the "Hill top Id-sort s," free
to all. tho "Pari of America'' will be seen when
THE "tiAKK" CAP.HIES A FI LL STHING BAND
A food time I promised. Invito your friend,
ami Join u In a trip.
l eave Cairo, p. m Friday May !)th. Monday
Mayjii. Friday, June la. Monday. June ao." Fri
day, July is. Vours, Hcpcctrully.
JtOIIKKT W, WISE.
THE ANCHOR LINE.
ggjgtf For New Orleans.
CITY OP ALTON'.
rrmay, jiiuu n, at 3 p. m
Monday, June Pi, at 5 p.m.
FOR MEMPHIS AND VICKSBURG.
(iEomiB W. I.knnox MaMur
Thursday, June 1'.'. at 0 p.m.
CITY OF VICKSBURG.
U. K. Iflley Master
Saturday, June H.ntsp.m,
John Crane Master
Saturday, Juno 15' at S p.m.
FOR ST. LOUIS.
CITY OP VICKSBURG.
It. K. Itlley
Tuesday, Juno 10, at 10 p . m.
m u 1 ..... I 1 ....
Wednciday, June 11, at noon.
John Crano... ,
Wednesday, Juno 11, at 10 p. m.
CITY OP HELENA,
Ida ao McKM. ............
Friday. Juno PI, at 10 p.m.
Bunday, Juno 13 at 10 p.m.
jAMRft O'Nmr. ,
Monday, June 1, at noon.
Wharfbiat No!'5.tlon app'r ,0 Anchor Lln8 0fflce'
Cait. THOMAS W. SHIELDS, Sunt.