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J H. BRYANT, M. D-
OFFICE: Eighth and Washington Avonno.
RKB1DRNCE:-Coroor Nlnetoenth and Waah
IngtoA). II. iMAREAN, M. D.,
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
Offic 1M Commercial avanuo. ltosldence cornur
Fourteenth bt. and Washington avenue, Cairo.
R. SMITH, M. D.
Office and Residence :
NO. 21 THIRTKKyrn STKEET, CAIKO, ILL.
QR. E. W. WIIITLOCK,
OmcK-No. 13e Commercial Avenno. between
Eighth" and Ninth Street-
jyK W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICE Elehtk Streot, near Commercial Avenue
Notary Public and Conveyancer.
OFFICE: With the Widows' and Oorpbans' Mu
tual Aid Society. ; .
JINEGAR & LANSDEN,
OFFICE No. 11.1 Commercial Avonno.
GENERAL DELIVERY open i:80 a.m.; closes
6:) p.m.; Sunday: 8 to It a. m.
Money Order Department open at 8 a. m.; closes
at 5 p.m.
Through Express Mails via Illinois Contral and
Mississippi Central Hailroada close at 12:30 p. m.
. Cairo and Poplar Bluff Through and Way Mall
closes at 12 :S0 p.m. . , m ...
Way Mall via Illinois Central. Cairo and In
cennes and Mlss.sslppl Central Railroads close at
(r:45 p. m.
Way Mall tar Narrow Gaugo Railroad closes at 8
Cairo and Evansvtlle River Route closes at 6:30
p. m, daliy (except Friday).
E. R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R.R.
TRAtNB ARRIVE. TRAIS8 HKPAW
MaU 4:05 a.m. I Mail 8:10a.m.
Express 2:00 p.m. ) Express 6:00p.m.
CAIRO & VINCENNESR. R.
Mall 10:00 p.m. Mall 4:45 a.m.
CAIRO ST. LOUIS R. R.
Expross 5:10 p.m. I Express ...8:46 a. ra
Afcom'dntion. 10:45 p.m. Accom'datlon.l2:25p. m
CHICAGO. ST. LOUIS ANDNEW ORLEANS R.R
Mail 5:20p.m. I Mail 5:00 a.m
C.A. &T. IU.ILROAD-
Toxas express... 2:40 a.m. I Texas express. 2:15p.m.
Accommouul n..::)a.m. I
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
Only Horning Daily in Southern Illinois.
Fon Sale A good business house two
story brick, on Washington avenue, corner
of Tcntli street. A desiruble situation for
a grocery store. Apply to
WIRE SCREENS, FURNITURE, ETC,
Furniture manufactured nnd nil kinds of
repairing done, at ray 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 and uphol
stering done on short notice. I have a
good supply of walnut moulding and wire
cloth for screcns,to be made up in the latest
and best style. Trices very low.
Ice, 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 tit my
residence on Seventeenth near Commercial ;
at Sargeants, on Eighth street, or address
me through the post-office.
F. M. Waiid.
Tf.n C'f.nts Woktii. If you want a neat
smooth shave for ten cents, or a fashionable
hair cut for 2.1) cents, or anything else in
the tonsorial line, remember the place to
go to is Henry Schick's, No. 142 Commer
Fisiii.no tackle, Rods, bait, etc., wire
cloth for screens, ice cream freezers, etc.,
at bottom prices; also Stoves, Tinware, and
Hardware of all descriptions. Dog collars,
Refrigerators, Revolvers, Razors, Pocket
Knives, silver plated knives, forks and
spoons, lamp1) and Inrup fixtures nnd a
thousand of other articles nt C. W. Hen
dersons, commercial avenue, corner
DIX0X SPRINGS. ILLS.
These springs will be opened June 10th
under the management of the now proprie
tor, who would respectfully announce that
they have been thoroughly repaired. Over
thirty new cottages nnd new, largo and
capacious dining rooms have been built,
furnished entirely with new furniture, new
spring mattresses, etc. The springs
urc situated iu a high nnd healthy locality,
surrounded by magnificent scenery; nnd
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 Hummer resorts. The best of faro
and strut jst attention to the comfort ot
guests Is guranteed-all for the small sum
of f 9 lcr week. Spcrlnl rates to tamilies.
J. R. Drown & Co., Proprietors.
jUfiy 25th, 1879.
ICE! ICE I ICE!
.1 am psepurcd to furnish lee wholesale
or retail all througli the season. Ofllce,
Eighth street, Itctwevn Commercial nnd
Washington avenue, next door to Bristol's
grocery store. Jacou Ki.ee.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Local matter on third page.
Esquire Thomas Martin was in the
city, yesterday, attending probato court
The "White Collar" planing mill, after
a protracted rest, raised steam yesterday
HallidayDrother's Egyptian flouring
mills shut down, yesterday, to effect certain
repairs in the furnace front.
An uii brako has been received and
will bo adjuswi engine No. 72, rt being
tho purpose to place her in the incline ser
vice. We re-assert that the Mayfiuld Elevator
and Purifier will give entire satisfaction or
tho money will bl refunded. Sold only by
Lancaster & Rice.
Mr. M. T. Tessier, editor of the East
St. Louis Herald and city clerk of that city,
was in Cairo, yesterday, and visited The
Sheriff Hodges is utilizing the pris
oners confined for minor offences, by sup
plying them with scythes and hoes and set
ting them afoul of the weeds in the court
Miss Mary Halliday, sister of the nal
liday brothers, returned to the city yester
day from some educational establishment
East, of which, for a long interval of time,
sho has been a regular attendant.
Draymen and teamsters complain of
holes and uncvenncsss in Levee street. As
that thoroughfare is seen of all men, and
used by every drayman and teamster in the
city, it should be kept in thorough repair,
At the the drawing of tho Ky., State
Lottery, June 14th No 15953, drow the
capital prize of $15,000. No 1400, the
second capital, $ 8,000 and No 5393. the
their capital $5,000. We believe tho draw
ings takes place twico a month.
Mrs. J. II. Metcalf has been danger
ously sick for several days, from an attack
of spinal disease. Yesterday her condition
was somewhat improved, and hopes were
cnteitaincd that her physician had her ail
ment under control. Dr. Stalker is tho at
Ding Taylor is one of the many young
sters who conseitute the Cairo boot-black
nuisance. lie broke a pair of glasses out
of Joe Desdemonia's window yesterday, and
there appeared so much of malice in the act
that officer Sheehan escorted tho young
gentleman to the lock-up.
There was a little store boat moored at
the stern of the Illinois Central wharf-boat
yesterday, the cargo consisting wholly of a
of a liquid medicine, known ns the Kolegon
Liver Regulator. This is, perhaps, the first
complete cargo of patent medicine that
ever floated down the Ohio.
I have been in the habit of storing
away my furs, woolen goods, etc., in trunks,
common boxes, etc. When required for use,
found them almost entirely destroyed by
moths. Last year I bought one of those
cedar chests of Lancaster & Rice, nnd found
it proof against moths. Mrs. S
Dr. Gordon drew about tiO pounds of pru
rient matter, did not 'find his change to the
atmosphere of Centralia, beneficial. lie
left Cairo in high hopes of speedy recovery ;
but his case took an unfavorable turn, and
he will, we hear, return to Cairo for treat
ment. The chairman of the committee on Po
lice, Fire Department and Jail now requires
of the Chief of Police, and through him of
all the policemen, to keep a journal or
diary in which they must record each day's
doings. From these records the Chief is
required to make monthly reports to tho
Joe Drown, tho wretched half cared for
consumptive, was . . removed yesterday,
from his poor quarters in the building
on the cast side of Commercial just above
Twelth' to St. Mary's hospital. It tho poor
boy had any friends, they were evidently
unable to bestow upon him the required
Mat Lewis, the negro man who was ar
rested Sunday, for picking a strange negro
man's pocket of $41, was brought to trial
before Squire Robinson, yesterday; but the
evidence failing to fix tho crime on tho ac
cuseu no was uiscnargcu. ijcinjr Known as
an untrust-worthy fellow, however, ho was
admonished, in a friendly way, that a good
tiling for him to do would bo to get out of
"W. Q." declares that ho is not going to
''farm it." More than 500 people have
hailed him to find out "what he knows
about fanning," and ho begins to think the
thing is becoming monotonous. He there
fore begs The Bulletin to give him n
"long rest." As we know ot no young
gentleman who could more heartily enjoy
that kind of pastime, wo have concluded
t ) ncccdo to his request.
When, on Saturday last, wo spoke of
the successful removal of tho ovarian tumor
from Mrs. A. Lohr, and the hopes enter
tained of her final recovery, wo indicated
doubts as to the realization of tho hopes.
Like nine out of every ten women who cub-
Ject themselves to tho operation, Mrs. Lohr
was unable to rally, and on Monday even
ing hist, despite tho most skillful medical
attention Chicago could furnish, she died.
Wliile her death will be deeply and sincere
ly mourned, it is rthoU!M, that her
affliction was one for which there is no
known cure. It wus her special desire, we
understand, to undergo tho operation.
Without it her existence would have been
THE DAILY fiAlEO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MOKfinm. JUNE 18, 1579.
prolonged but a few months. Tho opera
tion could do nothing more than hasten the
inevitable, and It offered the only known
way to reach a euro. , Tho body, in charge
of tho beryaved husband, will bo brought
to Cairo to-day, nt 2 o'clock p. m. Funeral
notice to-morrow. j
The shoemakers and sellers may protest,
but the several hundred ladies and gentle
men who pass to and fro over tho west iido
Washington avenue sidewalk, be
twecn Fourteenth and Eighteenth streets,
insist that that tho sidewalk repairers ass
over and hammer down tho .central row! of
spikes, five-sixths of which obtrude tlcir
heads tar enough above the surface to bt a
constant menace to shoe leather and dress
About 5 o'clock yesterday morning
officer Schuckcrs caught a colored individ
ual named Jones, sleeping off the cfTects of
tho night's debauch. He aroused the
sleeper, and not caring to arrest him for the
offense, told him ho might go home, if he
ho would make tho best time ho could.
Jones straightened himself, and getting his
bearings, made a bee-line for home at a
speed fully eight miles an hour and never
slackened it until he reached the door of
There is a mule that can be seen on
the commons, west of the elevator, that
ought to be killed. By some means tho
poor creature's right fore foot has been
torn off, and no one can see the miserable
thing attempt to walk sometimes sticking
the crushed bono and torn flesh of the
wounded limb into the ground without
wishing for a musket with which to put it
out of its misery. It is said that the in
juries were inflicted about four weeks ago;
but in what manner we did not learn.
Mr. John McKay, who has for somo
time filled the position of agent ot tho
Miss. Cent, road at East Cairo, will serve in
that capacity until the 1st proximo, when
he will "step up higher." On and after
the date designated, ho will act as Assis
tant Superintendent of flie cntiro Kentucky
and Tennessee division of the Mississippi
Central a position of honor and great re
sponsibility; but one he will fill, wo pre
dict, with credit ttliimself, and to the en
tire satisfaction of everybody concerned.
Jim Drown, a cooper working with
Parks, was taken violently sick during
Monday night, and his attendants say that
hiscaso presented all the violent symptoms
of Asiatic cholera. Tho more reasonable
conclusion is that it was a savage attack of
cholora-morbus, which is, in its full-fiedged
state very closely allied to the Asiatic chol
era. The season of the year; and the green
fruits and unripe vegetables used as food
are powerful promoters of that kind of
sickness. We hear of such cases iu all
parts of the city.
The sales of delinquent lands and
town lots is progressing, anil it niny be a
matter of interest for delinquents to know
that all the property offered yesterday
found purchasers. The Collector realized
nearly three thousand dollars in cash from
the sales made yesterday. A knowledge of
this tact will, of course, hasten payment
upon the part ot all those who can pay.
Those who can't, must suffer the conse
quences. The salo will go right along now
until all the delinquent lands and town lots
nre disposed of. Delays, just nt this time,
are veuy dangerous.
Thomas Ward didn't make any fuss
about it. lie assumed that ho could resist
the influence of a certain quantity of head
cpufuscr, and set about testing his powers
of endurance, in that particular, drinking
all tho liquor ho paid for, and paying for all
he drunk. The outcome proved that he
mistook his capacity. His stomach, legs,
tongue nnd brain nre adjusted to a half
gallon, but lie drank five pints. The extra
pint worked the mischief. He was ar
rested, taken before Bird, proved guilty of
drunkenness, and fined one dollar nmj costs.
Lum Shumoliarger,the ruffian recently
knocked in the head, in tho village of
Wahoo, in this county, is known to be the
same man who, a number of years ago,
knocked n man in the head with a stone,
near Dongnla, and then placed tho body on
the railroad track. lie was arrested, and
for a wh'do was confined in the Alexander
county jail. Whether he was acquitted of
the charge, or served out his term in the
penitentiary, wo can't say; but persons in
Cairo know him as tho man who was tried
for the murder. And thus, after a time, ho
he died by much the same means he
adopted to kill another.
We spoke, yesterduy, of a brutal fist
fight, on Sunday, between two white men,
nunied Quigley and Dunn, and stated that
(Juigley was so severely beaten that ho
coultnot be produced for trial. The mat
ter coming to the ears of tho Mavor ho
gave directions to the police to find nut
where the men obtained the liquor that in
toxicated them. As it is not improbable
that they sampled tho liquors of u mf
dozens saloons, it would be rather a diffi
cult matter to determine where to fix the
responsibility. If, however, it, shall be ns
ccrtained that tho drinking was confined to
ono saloon, tho bar-keeper should lie held
to answer, as ho no doubt will he.
A Kentucky larmer brought a wagon
load of potatoes to market, yesterday, ef
fected a ready sale nt a good priCL. 0y.
tuinod his money, and in less thim un hour
thereafter, ho was promenading tlu clt
arm In arm with a negro i,.,n'( ltmkl H
ludicrous effort to sing th. wfJM)f .y
Mary Ann" to the tunc of ltl, mi
all right while he retained his escort but
ho was rapidly noaring that point whero
any exhibition of solicitudo for his safety
would be held as an insult. Ho no doubt
finally reached tho point, and tho probabil
ities now aro that ho is on the.stool of deep
repentance for pouring his load of potatoes
down his throat, and making a great fool
Ono of tho dog catchers, concluding
that his right to catch dogs covered tho
right to shoot citizens who might inter
pose objections, armed himself with a re
volver, which he carried quite conspicuously
in his hip pocket. As the fact that he re.
ceived 25 cents a head for catching doge,
doesn't convey a licensctto carry deadly
weapons, the armed dog-catcher was ad
monished by a citizen who meant precisely
what lie said, that unless he divested him
self of his "armory" he should answer for
his refusal in the polico court. An hour
later the hip pocket was innocent of a re
volver. Mrs. Emeline Levi appeared before Squire
Robinson, yesterday, to answer tho charge
ofqarreling and fighting, preferred by her
near neighbor, Mrs. Stubbleflcld. The par
ties are colored women, and in a wordy
battle in tho court room, gave the specta
tors some samples of the saltiest personal
abuse andvillification ever put in shape
by human vocal organs. After hearing
the evidence, every sentence of which was
sandwiched by the cross-firing of the defen
dant and complaining witness, the Squire
fined Mrs. Levi five dollars and tho cost
of the proceedings. As nine witnesses had
testified, the cost footed up $7.25, making a
total of $12,25. Mrs. nor Mr. Levi having
any money, the irate defendant was trans
ferred to Mahoncy's cooler, where sho will
abide until about the first of July proximo.
A dare-devil young man about twenty
years of age, rearhed the government works,
back of this city, Monday evcLing, gave his
name as Roberts, and declared himself a
thiefan out and out bad one. He told
the men that he had stolen a skiff and
suit of fine clothing from Capo Girardeau;
and that, coming on down the river he had
stopped at a farm house for a drink of
water, and finding tho family absent, he
helped himself to a fine watch nnd revolver;
that he was "greased lightning" himself,
and had a partner who was "tire-works for
a 4th of July celebration." Ho had run ou
at this rate five or ten minutes when tho
hands concluded that the stranger was a
man that the police would like to have
hold of. They finally 'Moulded teams on
him," and took. him under arrest, relieving
him of his revolver and suit of fine clothing.
Ho gave the men to understand that had
his partner been present they never would
have taken him; and then affecting submis
sion to his fate, he took matters quite phil
osophically. Two hours later he effected
ids escape, leaving the clothing and revol
ver in the hands of his captors, one cf
whom at once came to Cairo, and placed
the police in the poscssion of the foregoing
particulars. In several particulars the dare
devil fellow is said to answer the descrip
tion of Saunders, who killed Priutzc, in
St. Louis. His conduct, however, was cer
tainly not that of a murderer, trying to
avoid the officers of the law. If it was
Saunders, Saunders is crazy, or a tool. One
or two ot our policemen visited the works,
yesterday morning, with a view of gather
ing further particulars.
We noticed, in a recent number of The
Bulletin, the fact that Duboigno M. Ben
nett, editor of the New York Truth-Seeker,
had been entrapped by Anthony Comstock,
iu the toils of the law prohibitum the cir
culation of obscene literature through the
mails. One of Comstock's tools, personat
ing a suffering woman, wrote to Bennett to
obtain a copy of some book treating of ob
stetrics. Bennett, after being twice im
portuned, bought the book, and forwarded
it us directed. Bennett having given Corn
stock a severe raking through his paper, be
fore that time, because of his persecution
of Dr. Foote, expected no mercy, and re
ceived none. Comstock, well knowing
that he had beguiled Bennett into a viola
tion of the law, commenced his prosecu
tion, nnd by concealing some facts nnd
shamefully distorting others, brought about
Dennett's conviction. The judgment of the
court was, that Bennett pay n fine of $300,
and suffer 'imprisonment in the Albany pen
itentiary for a period of thirteen months.
As no appeal can be taken from this decis
ion, except to the President ot the United
States, petitions lire in ciiculution all over
the country, praying the President to remit
Bennett's fine and to open the prison doors
nnd turn him loose. Tho prosecution was
so manifestly malicious, nnd the means
ndopted to briug nbout a cause of
notion were so mean and cowardly
that Bennett has the hearty sympathy of
every right-thinking man and woman in
tho country, who is cognizant of tho facts.
Prof. Charley Hardy is circulating n peti
tion for signatures in Cairo, nnd is secur
ing a largo list of signers. It is believed
that not less than a half million of men
nnd women will nsk tho President to turn'
tho old man loose. Bennett is CO years of
ngo. As he is nn able, scathing writer, we
would rather bo almost anybody else in the
city of New York, from this time forth,
than Anthony Comstock.
The Ladies of tho M. E. church will
give an Ico cream sociable at tho Methodist
parsonage on Thursday night. As this is
to bo tho last of the season, it is hoped
there will be a largo attendance. Hy order
of th'J Society.
Try The Druggist's Sundries
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The above brands are especially adopted to fine trade, and no dealer should bo'
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Call and examine and be convinced. II. MEYERS. .
WE CARVE OUR RECORDS UPON THE
WORLD. HOW DEEP SHALL THEIR
Essay read by Miss Ann D. Goldstlne, during
the Graduating Exercises of the Cairo llih School,
Friday evening. Juno luth, 1S79.
When the earth had. thrown off the cha
otic darkness and silence, in which prime
val matter had wrapped her, and had ma
jestically emerged in form and beauty, we
learn from the record which she herself
has preserved, that life, both vegetable and
animal, abounded in every part.
But for many ages there was no human
eye to revel in earth's dreamy beauty and
8plendor;no human ear to listen to earth's
varied voices, which God in Ids beneficent
power had created. How divinely grand
the thought that the earth was perfected
for man's abode, to whom finally should be
given dominion overall nature.
Man, God's final act of creation, took Lis
place in the world, endowed with thoso
God-like powers and faculties, which en
able him to fathom the past, to some ex
tent, to comprehend and enjoy the present,
and to look forward with bright anticipa
tions to the great future. A living soul
appeared, and the book of history since
then has been written in more imperishable
impressions upon human minds.
Thus our records are not as those left by
the fern nnd leaf on a tablet of stone, but
are received by intclligentjbeiugs and borne
by them down into eternity.
'It may be that la some crvat need,
Thy Ilfe'i poor frnjmeut are decreed,
To help build n)i a lofty deed."
In these complex nnd ever-changing
scenes of life, all things are engaged in
writing their history. Nature is the same
throughout her whole career. At the pres
ent lime we are leaving our imprint, as
things of the past have been chronicled
nnd handed down to us. As tho rolling
rock leaves its scratches on the mountain,
the river its channel in tho soil, tho animal
its bones in the stratum, and even ns the
falling drop makes its sculpture in the
sand or the stone, so every act of man in
scribes itself in the memory of the world,
with n seal more or less lasting,
to the manner in which his great work
Are we not called sculptors of life? Let
us carve then carefully, the monuments
that will remain to show what our life's
work has been; the reward of the labor, if
not our own, at last to the world will bo
given. The renowned of past ages call to
us affectionately, and uid us by their own
good examples, to labor nnd to wait
It is not only while living that man
makes his impressions upon those around
him; but ages after he has passed away,thu
world is enriched and ennobled by the
good he has exerted, as the multitude of
statues, pictures nnd memorials, which re
call tho world's great masters, in every city,
village, house and ship testify.
Ever their phantoms nriso before us,
guiding our minds to deeds of goodness
The light mnn bears with
i ; .1 i .
mm unci wnoso onirnt ravs
illumine the paths of others that come
after him, is not always measured by the
importance of the position he may be hold
ing, Or the greatness of tho work ho may
seem 'to be doing; but the manner in which
it, and all true lite labor is done; and from
whose woven threads may be drawn ever
Milton, who had exercised such a won
derful influence during Cromwell's times,
and was so widely known; by the restora
tion of Charles tliu Second, was thrown
into obscurity, and this trial was doubled
by tho greater iifllietion of blindness;' but
it was nt this tunc, when blind, persecuted,
uownenst ami alone, "fallen upon evil days
and evil tongues, in darkness, nnd with
i . , . ... -
lungers compassed around," he wrote his
immortal Epics -Paradise Lost and Para
dise Regained. Milton's spirit llod beforo
these great works were known and appro-
ated by the people; but his sublimo and
continued ptio.M Fonu'it r.OE. : -
100 men to work on railroad. Apply at office of
Irou Mouulalu Hullway Co., No V Ohio Levee
J.C. Z1MMEU, Aijent
For tale, tinirlo tet of harnena and a nearly new
aide bar opeu buciO". Apply at the Uullitln office.
Boom and Board, $3.00 and $4.00 rer Pay
But'a roomr and Parlori extra.
All jSJodex'ii Improvements
GILM0UR & SONS. Proprietor.
POR METROPOLIS AND PADUCAII.
The Elegant Sldew heel I'aceeusi r Steamer
A.J. I1IKD Clerk
Leaves Cairo every afternoon at 3 o'clock. f'r
I'uducah. .Metropolis and way Utudiiu:. h.r
freight or pnsfae apply to M.'L. A. MI.VEIt,
Now, l-'ast :unl Kleurmt I'usHontrer
SiJAMES W. GAFFSSii
iiOr.EHT WISE M uter
G. W. THOMPSON clerk
Will nell Kound Trip Ticket from Cairo. Metrop
olis, Paducuh and Miiiililand. to Cincinnati ami re
turn, pood duriut; the month of Mav and .lune.
(mcludinc Huteroom in port) lor Ten Dolhir:
Cincinnati offer more attraction tovlcitor thoco
to months than (Inrlni: all others of the year
And wishing to favor excursionists, I make thin
liberal reduction to any wishing to make the roiinu
trip. The North American Sn u;i rfest coimneucr
June 11th: lister Wiilluck. the Great Tragedian :
Madam Anderson, the Champion Walker: and
I'aul liovtou, the world-reuowned Swimmer, wtl!
I Tho Animal In the Zooloelcnl Garden will be
in their aiimmer oii'irters. Millllto's. great I'ry
Goods I'alaee (thulJuzimr of American Fashions)
will have sprint; und summer open'tiirs until
June Kith. And with the Hill top iteoris." free
to all. the "l'aria of America" w ill bo Been when
THE "GAFF" CAItlUES A FULL STHING HANI)
A Rood time I promised. Invite your friends,
nnd join us In a trip.
Leave Cairo, p. m.. Fridav May Otli. Mondav
May. Friday, J una IS. Mondav. .Tuuc :. Fri
day, July is. Yours, Ile.pect't'ully.
THE ANCHOR LINE.
For New Orleans
T. S. Davidson Muter
Mouday. June M. nt 5 p.m.
James O'Neil Master
Friday, June au, at S p.m.
W. P. HALLIDAY.
Friday, Juno !, at 5 p. m.
FOR MEMPHIS AND VICKSBURtJ.
CITY OF HELENA.
Tucsduy, Juuo 17, at 5 p.m.
CITY OP GEENVILLE.
A. J. Cnrior Master
Thursday, Juno 111 at 5 p. ni.
Saturday, June SI at 5 p.m.
. BELLE MEMPHIS.
Sunday, June i-l, at 5 p. m.
FOR ST. LOUIS.
W. P. HALLIDAY.
E. W. Got'!.n Muster
Monday, June It), at noon.
Tuesday, Juno i, nt in p. ni.
John Crane ....Muster
Weclnosuuy, ido is, at 10p.m. -JOHN
Flem Calvbiit. Mooter
'iuiirsuay, u uno iu, at noon.
Geoiwb W. I'Jnnox.. Master
iiuuj, uuuu ft, m iu p.m.
CITY OF VICKSBURG.
K. Klloy........ Matter
Sunday, Juno IB, at 10 p.m.
' BELLE 8HREVEFORT.
t-'otfulll m.... Mooter
Monday, June SB, at noon,
For all Information IiuKa, t in., n
Wniirfliont No. a.
Cam. TIIOMA9 W. SHIELDS, Supt.