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J U. BRYANT, M. D.
OFFICE: Eighth nd Wanhlngtuu Avenne.
RESIDENCE: Cornet Nineteenth and WMh
y II. MAREAN, M. D.,
Homeopathic Physician ami Surgeon.
Office 136 Commorolal ivenne. ltealdenco corner
Fourteenth St. nd Washington aveuue, Cairo.
yy R. SMITH, M. D.
Office and Residence :
NO. 21 THIRTEENTH STREET. CAIRO. ILL.
R. E. W. WIIITLOCK,
Omci-Xo. IV- Commurclal Avenue, between
Eighth and Ninth Street
QR. W. C. JOCELYN, ,
OFFICE-Elghth Street, near Commercial Avenue.
Notary Public and Conveyancer.
OFFICE:-With the Widows' and Oorphans' Mu
tnal Aid Sodetv.
JINEGAR & LAKSDEK,
OFFICE No. J1J Commercial Avenue.
GENERAL DELIVER open i:S0 a. m.
6 :) p.m. ; Sunday : 8 to 9 a. m.
Money Order Department open at 8 a. m.
Throngh Expreet MaUt via Illlnolt Central and
MlwlMlPpl Central Rallroadt clote at 12:30 p.m.
Cairo and Poplar Bluff Through and Way Mall
clraeaat 14:30 p. m - , M .,
Way Mall via IlUnolt Central, Cairo and Vln
eennee and Mlaa jslppl Central Railroad clote at
' Way Sail tar Narrow Gauge Railroad closes at 8
'cairotnd Evannrtlle River Route closes at 6:30
p. m. dsliy (except rriday). '
JL R, TIME CAED AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
TRAINS ABBTVa. TRAINS DEPART
Wail ..-..4:05 a.m. I Mall 8:10 a.m.
Express 8:00 p.m. Express ..6:00 p.m
CAIRO 4 VINCENSE8 R. R.
Mall 10:00 p.m. I Mall 4:45 a.m.
CAIRO & ST. LOCI8 R. R.
Express 5:10 p.m. I Expreas 8:45 a. m
Accom'dat Ion. 10:45 p.m. I Accom'dation.l2:)p. m
CHICAGO. ST. LOUIS AND NEW ORLEANS R.R
Mail 5:30p.m. Mall 5:00a.m.
C. A.4T. RAILROAD
Texas exproa...2:0 a.m. I Texat exprcst.2:15p.m
Accommodat'n. .8:30 a.m. I
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
Only Morninff Daily in Southern Illinois.
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Cairo, 111., Juno at. 1879. f
Time. Bar. Thor. Hum. Wind. Vel Wcathea.
11:00 " S0.11
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Maximum Temperature. h) ; Minimum Tern
peratura, Tie; Rainfall, 0. IB Inch.
W. n. RAY,
Scrg't Signal Corps, l S. A.
THE VERY LATEST.
Persons desirous of gupplying them
selves with the latest novelty in the way of
decorating the person, have now the op
portunity of procuring the genuine
WHITBY JET NECKLACES
the latest and "nobbiest" ornament out
To be procured of Tabcr Brothers only.
128 Commercial avenue.
For Sale A good business house two
story brick, on Washington avenue, corner
of Tenth street. A desirable situation for
a grocery store. Apply to
Icb, Ice Wholesale akd Rf.tail 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 itesire. Leave orders at my
residence on Seventeenth near Commercial
at Snrgeantg, on Eighth street, or address
me through the post-office.
F. II. Ward.
Ten Cents Worth. If you want a neat
smooth shave for ten cents, or a fashionable
' hair cut for 23 cents, or anything else in
the tonsorial line, remember the place to
go to is Henry Schick's, No. 142 Commcr
FisniNG 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,
IVefrigeratora, Jtcvolvers, Razors, Pocket
KnWet, silver plated knives, forks and
spoons, lampn and larup fixtures and a
thousand of other articles at C. W. Hen-
1 - .
persons, ummerclal avenue, corner
WIRE SCREENS, FURNITURE, ETC
Furniture manufactured and all kinds of
repairing done, at my shop on Commercial
aveuue, between Eleventh and Twelfth
streets; also all kinds of cabinet making to
order. Mattresses manufactured to order
and kept on sale. Repairing and uphol
storing done on short notice. I have a
good supply of walnut moulding and wire
cloth for scrcens,to bo made up in the latest
.aw best style, rricei very low.
' FnAKK ScilOEMBS
ICE! ICE! ICE! I
' I am nrcwcd to furnish ico wholesale
or retail all through the season. Office,
Eighth street, between Commercial and
Washington avenues, next door to Bristol'!
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Additional local matter on third page.
City expenditures, lust months,
amounted to $3,484.01.
Ellegnnt line of Collerettcs from fivo
cents per yard and upward.
Stuart, Eighth street.
There has been but little change in
Dr. Arter's condition during tho past two
or three days.
Herman Igel is building an addition
that will materially improve his levco prop
erty, near Fourth street.
The Superintendent of Streets, with a
force of hands, was looking after the con
dition of the sewers yesterday.
Handbills are abroad announcing a
colored men's demonstration at Jarae's bay
ou, Mo., on the 12th proximo.
Immense variety of Fans at prices not
found elsewhere. See our display of Fans
in show window.
Stuart, Eighth street.
There will be services at the Church
ot the Redeemer to-day at 11 a. m., and
1:45 p.m. The Rev. J. D. Easter, D. D.
Pat Kelly, the famous Mississippi
county duck 6hooter and alleged cham
pion in that regard, of the Mississippi val
lej, was in Cairo, yesterday.
Aida Elizabeth, infant daughter of
Joseph and Bridget Brankle, died on ' Fri
day evening at 7 o'clock. We did not
earn the nature of the ailment.
The Reform Club have in contempla
tion a steamboat excursion, ine mauer
has been left enf'ely to the deternVnai'.on
of a committee of which George E. Olm
sted Esq. is chairmpn.
The Center archery club has a $0 bow
that seems to be held in high favor. The
center is iron with sockets for wooden prms
and a hole for the stow. It is said to be
just the thing for beginners.
Nothing equals cedar wood as a pre
ventive of moths and bugs in woolens or
furs laid away for the summer. Therefore
always lay them away in a cedar chest,
bought from Lf ncaster & Rice.
The Cairo Jockey club held a meeting,
yesterday aitciaoon, and appointed the sev
eral committees that were deemed necessary
to carry out their purpose to celebrate the
coming 4th in a becouvng manner.
Tne ssle of John Shamossy's
residence nroncrtv will take
place at 3 o'clock Wednesday
afternoon. It is in complete order, and
wll' be sold for precisely what it will
bring. See notice.
About two o'clock yesterday morning
some one fired a pistol at the co.uer of
Eighteenth and Commercial. The rapid
paiier of reireat'ng footsteps was heard,
end 'n a few minutes the report of the pis
tol was hcp'-d again. What did it mean?
The Michigan Stove Co., Detroit,
Mich., have issued a neat J'ttle book of
receipM, called the Household Companion,
that is ve.y handy to have ii the house.
The book is for free deslribution, and con
be obta'ned by addressing as above, send
ing a three cent stamp.
We will offer, on Monday morning,
June 23d, our entire stock of summer dress
goods, at a discount of 20 per cent i om
opening pilccs in order to specd'ly close
them out. Lad'es who have not yet made
their purchases will save money by seeing
us before buying. Stuart, Eighth Su'eet.
A colored msn named Sara Dickerson
appeared at police headquarters, yesterday,
and solemnly protested that he was in con
stant apprehension lest one Green Neale
did him great bodily injury. He was ad
vised, if he felt that way, to sue out a
peace warrant, and to that end he started
for the police court.
Wo saw a young man, totally blind,
in the city yestcr-day, whose other senses
seemed to fully compensate for his loss ot
his sight. Without any assistance he could
visit any part of the city, turning the corn
ers with all the precision that characterizes
the joufneyings of those who are blessed
with perfect eye-sight.
In his rounds below the Narrow-gauge
dump, yesterday, officer Hogan saw as
many as fifty or sixty little boys, swimming
in the river. Quite a number of them were
not over six years of age, and, the oldest
did not, perhaps, exceed twelve. It is
really wonderful that some of our homes
have not been called upon to mourn
"little boy drowned."
The passenger train on the Illinois
Central railroad, yesterday mou'ng, was
three hours late. The detention was caused
by the brci'Vng of the 8le of a conl car
attached to rn incom'ng Velghtlrnin. The
accident orci'ired ner Pongolp. and but
for the quick reversal Of the engine by the
engineer in charge f nd the prompt applica
tion of the breaks, the damage to the train
might have been very serious. As things
turned out. the injury was confined to tlio
The Cairo Jockey C:ub 's perfect'ng
a p'ogrpmmo lor fio celebration of tho
4th, that 's curtain to provo a "taking card"
with tho people of Cairo and neighboring
localises. Tho chief feature will be
number ot horse races, for purses that will
secure the enhy of the fleetest animals of
neighborhood. To th's end nnd to provido
fireworks a comml.tee of tho club will wait
upon our citizens for donations of money
As the club assume all the labor, suspense
and anxiety, and have no further or other
CAIRO BULLETIN; SUNDAY MOKAIKltf. JUNE
Ai,i..t thnn tho entcrtainnieni i uur pw
pin, the response to tho committee's Call
should be prompt and generous. A glass
ball shooting natch,game of lmso ball be
tween Cairo and Charleston clubs, are spo
ken of as additional features of tho pro-
Somebody moved by ap unconqnera.
blc penchant for a pigeon pot-pio, or by
pure cussedncss, made a raid on Robert's
pigeon cote Friday ntght, and robbed it of
all of tlio birds, old and young, even the
unfleged, helpless squabs. A liberal sprink
ling of duck shot, is what tho fellow de
servednot pigeon pot -pie, what he re
The sidewalk on Tenth street, le
y6nd Dr. Arter's residence to Cedar
street is in a shocking condition, and as it
is much traveled it should be put in order
at once. There are holes in it from one to
fivo feet in width, and great danger is in
curred by walking over it after night-fall.
Citizens in that vicinity complain of tho
neglect, and certainly not unreasonably.
Isaac is a colored man. ne and his
wife. Anna no longer abide under the same
roof. At a late hour Friday night Isaac
passed Anna's domicil, and detecting the
presence of a colored masculine
holdinsr a pleasant confab therein, he let
go of a brick he held in his his hand, ami
the missile flew through tho window and
Isaac flew down the street, and finally into
the clutches of officer Gladney. That's
the way the story is told, at all events.
A blind man who had come over from
Kentucky with a two horso wagon load of
leaf tobacco, lost a horse.collar and a lot of
harness from his wagon while his son was
driving the team down the levee on the
return trip; and the lost articles fell into
the hands of a couple of negroes. The ne
groes stubbornly refused to surrender pos
session unless they were paid a half dollar,
and not until the police interfered were
the goods given up. Such happenings as
this are not calculated to give our neigh
bors a very exalted opinion of Cairo, or its
market, either. '
Harper for July is on our table, and
we find in it everything essenilal to a per
fect magaz'ne. Its contents and illustra
tions ere such as can bo found in no other
publication on earth, and it can be compared
with noth'ng save its own previous num
bers. Copies can be bought at our iwok
stores, and in what way can our people
more pleasantly or profitably spend this
blessed Sabbath day, than in a perusal of
the neat, the admirably filled and artistic
ally illustrated pages of Harper, for July
Becarsc the Cairo and Vcncennes
rai'-oad company lias given no tangeable
eviderce of a purpose to go ahead wl'h its
ui,;on depot project, it must not be infer
red that the matter has passed out ofmlnd.
The pirns and specifications have been
completed, nnd the company is gathering
duta whereby it may dtternvnc whether
it will he tho cheaper to buy material and
hire labor, or to let out the whole thing by
by contract. The force of bridge bunders
visited the city the other day, and looked
around w 1th a view t) clearing the grpund
of its cncumbcrances.
Mr. E. C. Ford is the sole agent for
the manufacture and sale, in this section of
the country, of Browa's patent Ironing
Board, the best thing of the kind ever
brought to our notice. It does awuy with
the chairs and oher suppoits. It may be
rested on a table or w'ndow ledge pnd is
so arranged that it braces nnd supports
itself. Mr. Ford has sold neprly two hun
dred nnd has reduced the price to one
dollar about the same as that of the
ordinary ironing bo-d. No house-wlte
having once seen their completeness and
convenience, will do without them. They
are manufactured and for sale at the Var
iety Bracket Store, Commercial avenue,
between Ninth and Tenth streets.
A good many amusing scenes grow out
of the enforcement ot the dog ordinance.
One of the negro ditchers brought in a dog,
tho other day that belonged to a woman
living in the upper pet of thecky. Lea j-
ing what had become of the dog she hast
ened to headquarters and let herself out.
he taking of the dog was an oul .age.
t was vciy uscA'l to her, as it washed her
house when she wps away, and sho would
rather have given 'en dolla s than have been
served such a scaly trick; and now she
wanted her dog to take home again. The
Chief hform'ng her that she would have to
pay 2.23 ohaigcs, she vhrnged her tunc
immediately. " hat? Two dollars and a
quarter for bucIi a miserable. Ink, worth
less liule brute as that? a creature that is
worth nothing to nobody! Its a shame to
ask it," nnd ia h'gh dudueon, she left tho
office, utterly disgusted with officers who
imagined it possible that anybody would
give 2.25 for a dog ! It was a black-ma
Bcheme anyhow, sho declared, nnd they
might keep the dog and niuke tho most
Wo imvo received irm tho author,
Mr. J. M. Keating, of Memphis, Tcnnessoe,
about four hundred rnd fifty well bound
pages of cheerful road'ng matter, for which,
ot course, we nre uuiy thankful. They
form a carefully written "History of tlio
Yellow Fever Epidemic of 187s," and em
hrnco all tho names of its victims in tho
Southern States and a list of all tho contri
buttons from tho North. The collection of
the facts used in tlio work has involved a
vast amount ot labor, and ninny 0f ticm
can bo profitably used as landmarks for
our guidance in the furc. Tlie profits
that may ariso from the salo of the book
arc to be used In tho erection of a monu
ment in Memphis, to tho Physicians,
Nurses, Members of tho Howard Associa
tion and Citizens' Relief Committee who
died at their post of duty, during tho prev
alence of tho great epidemic. Tho object
is so praiseworthy that the book should,
and no doubt will, find extensive sale. For
price and supplies citizens can apply to Col.
J. H. Smith,. City National Bank.
Yesterday morning George Bnrbec, a
colored lad about 15 years of age, appeared
before Squire Comings and swore out a war
rant against Bello Foggy, a colored woman
tor assaulting and striking him. Deputy
Sheriff, Geo. Olmsted, after considerable
search, found tho accused, who, upon trial
was found guilty as charged, find $3 and the
customary incidentals. Feeling resentful,
Belle then "cross fired" by swearing out a
warrant against young Barbee tor assualt
ing and striking her, the trial of which
will come up Monday. The court admon
ished Belle that tho "cross fire" had some
what tho appearance of malice, which if
shown on the trial, would necessitate her
paying the costs of proceedings; but Belle's
blood being up, she responded "All right,
Suuire. let it boom. I'm Ixmnd to have tho
law on that white nigger, if it breaks me
Mat Lewis, tho negro who was arrest
ed for stealing $41 from a couple of Missis
sippi Central colored men, is manifestly a
dangerous man. Friday evening lie re
paired to the house of his woman (most of
thes") vicious devils have their "women")
and not nnuing supper ready, new into a
towering passion. His woman explained
that the reason supper had not been pre
pared was because there was not a moutlr
ful of anything to eat in the house. The
sooty lord, instead of being mollified by
this explanation, grew still more furious.
"Damn her; she had spent his money for
whisky, and now he was going to kill her,
and suiting the action to the word, he
seized a broken glass and hurled it at the
woman with all the force he could com
mand. Anticipating the assault, the
alarmed female assayed flight, but had
taken but a few steps when the ugly missle
struck her in the back, almost burying
itself in her flesh. Since that time the
vicious villain has kept himself out of
sight. That he intended to kill the wo
man there can be but little doubt, and had
he hit her on the head, he would certainly
have carried out his intention. A five year
sojourn in the penitentiary is what Mat
Lewis has earned, and it would be wicked
forbearance in a jury to make it any less
An individual by the name of Great
house, who claims that he is a twelve-year
resident of the city, is full of double. He
lias been unable, in the first place, to find
a landlord who is indifferent alwut such
ti-iflles as house rent; and for that reason ho
is driven to frequent changes of location.
Yesterday morning hii troubles seemed to
thicken. With his things in the street in
front of the house he had just vacated, his
wife became, as Mr. Greathouse thought,
very unreasonable. She told him that she
had been driven from shelter the lost time
on his account. If lie couldn't manage to
keep a roof over her head while she did all
the rest, she would leave him. She
would take her tb'ngs ani set
up for herself; and from this
point she increased in earnestness
of expression until Mr. O. felt himself
called upon, ns he alleges, to catch hold ot
her, lest she might resort to acts of active
hostility. But Mrs. G.'s dander was up.
She bit his hands, and then by a quick
wvonch freed herself, and gathering a board
gave Mr. G. a but on the head that brought
out, momentarily, all the stars in the firma
ment. Just when and how the matter
would have terminated we nre left to con
jecture, as officers arrived on the ground
about this time, and took both of them
under arrest. They were brought before
Judge Bird, after a short confinement, nnd
the evidence making the pair equally cul
pable, they wero fined $C20 each, and then
with a magnanimity beautiful to contem
plate, Mr. G. agreed to pay the woman's
fine as well as his own. How ho is going
to do this, since ho was unable to keep his
wife under tho cover of a roof, remains
for future demonstration.
NomiKo removes an Incipient Cold
more quickly and pleasantly than a relia
ble cathartic medicine, such as thnt old
nnd tried remedy, Dr. Bull's Baltimore
PillH,used by thousands of families through
out tho land. Price only 25 cents1
GREAT REDUCTION IX PARASOLS
At Stuart's Reliable Dry Goods House:
Cotton Parasols, 10, 15,20, 25.
Gingham Parasols, 35, 40, 50. 00 und 75.
Silk Parasols reduced from $5.00 to $4.00
" " " 4.00 to 3.00
" " " " 3.00 to 2.50
" " " " 2.50 to 2.00
and others in proportion.
C. R. SruxnT, Eight street.
The Nicest Stock of fancy groceries in
tho city. Pettis & Bikd,
The season for ague, chills, jaundice nnd
malaria, has como and with it tho time to
put on nnd wear tho "Hohnan Pad." It is
s cortain preventive to all bilous, liver or
gplecn disordon, and should bu worn con
stantly for several weeks. Hundreds of
thorn were worn last summer in Cairo with
happy results, and tho buyers are nil buy.
Ing fresh ones of Paul G. Scirt.it, ngent
for this summer wear. He keeps then new
and fresh und of nil sizes.
Try Tho Druggist's Sundries
FIVE C3SNT OIGA.B !
The most pleasing smoke for
DO NOT PAIL TO GIVE IT A TRIAL.
Lovers of the weed who appreciate a line aromatic smoke
-..11 1 II X. A.
win uo wen lo ivy
THE PROBLEM CIGAR,
Strictly hand-made of the choicest selection of Havana Tobacco and superior in qual
ity to two-thirds of the Cigars imported to this country.
A. SINGLE TRIAL WILL SATISFY
The most fastidious taste of the merits of this Cigar.
SOLD BY ALL FIRST-CLASS RETAIL DEALERS.
The above brands arc especially adopted to find trade, and no dealer should be
SOLE AGENT FOR CAIRO,
Call anil examine ami be convinced. II. MEYERS.
AT THE PLASTEUS' not'SE.
J. A. Powers, Sandoval; Geo. W. Miller,
Kansas City, Mo.; W. P. Howel, Charles
tan, Mo.; J. G. Sorgen, Geo1 B. Mann,
Chicago; L. T. Meiriam, St. Louis; C. H.
Call, Ullin; R. 0. Pinson, Fu'.ton, Ky.;
S.H. Haynes, Carbondale; W. N. Good
rich, Chicago; John Dougherty, Jonesloro;
W. C. Mullin, Chicago; Harry Evans, St.
Residence Fok Sale. At the hour of 3
o'clock p. m. on the 25th instant, I will sell
at public auction, on the premises, lot 24
and south half of 23, block 33, corner of
Toplarand Thirty-fourth streets,and all im
provements thereon. The building is a
good story frame in complete order, with
cistern, outhouses, etc. Terms made known
on day of sale. Sale positive and without
reserve. John Sha.vxessy.
Tiios. Winter, auctioneer.
New Tea at Lowest prices and a nice
present with each yound, at
Pettis & Binrs,
I've been u.ing the Mayfield Elevator
and Purifiers for some time they are the
best pump I ever saw, I wouldn't take $30 for
mine it I couldn't replace it. Sold by
L. & R. Capt. McIu.nnev,
The Palace Saloon i the place to ob
tain the coolest, creamiest and most delicious
gla?s of beer to be had in Cairo. If any
body has doubts, let him interview John
Koehler who is always on hand to serve
We sell Ghocekies cheaper than the
cheapest. Pettis & Bird.
DIXOX SPRINGS. 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 w ith new furniture, new
boding, spring mattresses, etc. The springs
tire situated in a high and 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 nn abundance of
ice, refreshments and amusements usually
found at summer resorts. The be.'t of fare
and strit t -st attention to the comfort ot
guests is guranteed all for the small sum
of $8 per week. Special rates to tnmilies.
J. R. Bitowx & Co., Proprietors.
May 25th, 179
Choice Hams and Breakfast Bacon, at
Pettis & Biud.
A Fihct-Class Circis Fon 23 Cents.
We nre glad to say that on June 25 we are
to have a first-class circus in Cairo. The
management has demonstrated that a cir
cus containing the very best erenic talent
can be given for 25 cents admission just
tlio same as the good snows did before the
war. Mr James Robinson, the wonderful
bare-back rider nnd champ'on, with his two
sons, lias licen engaged at a salary, paid in
advunce, ot $500 per week. Mr. Robinson
has circumnavigated the globe, and is the
only circus rider who has rode around the
world, nnd shown the crowned heads nnd
rulers of every piotninciit nation how an
American can ride. The miraculous Miaco
brothers, the Jackley family, the Deven
ports, Charley Lowry, Lee. Orville, the
funny Seamon, nnd h hosts of ucrobatic
and gymnastic dangor-dufying athletes
make up tho show. Tho managers nre
very emphatic in stating that there will
not ho any attractive street disnlnvs. but
tho money that might bo expended in that
.1.- l: t, i - . ' . . .
uireuium wm do given toward employing
tho best nrenic talent on top of the earth.
Remember 25 cents is tho price of admis
sion. Legitimate Healing -Kidney-Wort
comes in convenient pucknges, and euros
kidney nnd liver troubles on legitimate
principles, by purifying tho blood and In
ducing natural action of all tho internal
organs. It entirely corrects tlio whole sys
"in, nnd gives tho quietus to rheumatism.
For sale by all druggists.
the money ever offered to the
Hom". barneii and Dew tide-bar top hugzy.
Price t'.TVuu. AUo ft-cond-haDd rirltK wsun.
I'fice liS.00. Aiii1t to
LOUIS II. MYERS. Grocer.
Ul'UUY AND HARNESS
For ale, tintfe el of harae n and a nearly new
flii bar open Di'itiy- Apply at the UulK-tia offld'.
Tuesday, June 24th, 1379.
On the elegant ciconlon c Rimer
Under the aaeplclea of
CAIRO LODGE A. F. & A. M.
Refrehment fsrutlhcd on board at very rtaon
A line bra and utring band will be In attendance
and a xxd time may be expected.
The friend of the order and their famlllc cord! -ally
Ticket can only be had of the nndt-rnlcned com
mlttee, to Injure freedom from annoyance of im
proper character and prevent crodlii)of the boat.
tJfTlcketa for round trip. Adult. Wc.; Chll-dri-u.
from 3 to 14 yeunt of ae. ic.
Ticket mav be purchased of John Antrim. 11. r
man Myero, J h. hearden. J. 11. Mulcahy aud b Y.
blake, Committee of arrangement.
ESTATE Of CBARI.t WAUXER. tlECEACEU.
The undesigned, harlng t.-en appointed admin
lmratorof the ertateof charle Vtairner. late of
the county of Alexander aud atate of liliuoi. tie
ceased, hereby gives notice that he will appear be
fore the connty court of Aiexauder connty. at the
court hone In Cairo, at the Au,-tit term, on the
third Monday in AutruM next, at which time all per
ron having claim airain.t aid etateare notitled
and requeued to attend for the purpose of havin;
thetauie adjurted. All pentona Indebted to laid
etate are ri-qiiceU-d to make immediate pavment
to the undersigned.
Dated thl inii ii v of Jnne. A. U. 1XT9.
RICHARD KlTZOEKALD, Admlnlatrator.
5 CENT COUNTERS! !
TO THE TRADE: The nulet and mot Snrci
ful rnvrchunt of the day are itartlnu i Cent Coun
ter. A trial will convince. We have the onlv two
exrlulve !S rent Jobbing Uoue In the I', h.
Itrnviitl for Catalogue aud particular.
!) A- -ir K.'indolph St.. Chicbicago.
tAUoiiil huuncyM., Botton, Ma.f
OJLYIjU lHWetc. realize haud-
TWFTMKVT omv All ac
I liOl JLIj lu.tivc atock bought and
ild on a margin of one dollar per rhare; aio
Wheat on margin Of one percent per lumhel. Corn,
Oaw, I'ork aud Lard to ult. The oid reliable pio
neer exchange eudomed by pre and public, lie
fer to tliiiiiaatid of ucceful patron. I'amphlet
Miowing how to trade, valuable Information, etc.,
ent free. The Chlrago Public I'roduce Kxehaugt,
1-15 to I II Madlou &t., Chicago.
CARPENTER AND CONTRACTOR.
JOHN A. POOR,
Carpenter and Contractor,
SHOP ON TENTH STREET,
(between Washington and Walnut.)
Estimates on buildings, on losses by fire
or otherwise made on short notice.
ALL work intruded to him will receive prompt
attention, and will bo executed in a at.factory
MEAT MARKET. "
KOEHLER BROS., Proprietors,
Corner Wahlngton Avenue and Eleht Street and
Corner Eleventh and WMhtuirton Ave.
OA1IIO, . . minolfj.
Mi, comPlute "JPPlr Of tho belt Of all
kinds moat alwayi ou hand.
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