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H. BRYANT, M. D.
OFFICE: lt;bta and Wnrhlnston Aveuuu.
RESIDENCE: Corner Nineteenth and Wash'
T II. MAREAN, M. D.,
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
Office 1:W Commercial avenue. Ker'.dcnco corner
Fourteenth St. and Waithlnston avenue, Cairo.
y n. SMITH, M. D.
Otttce nml Residence :
M. at THIRTEENTH STREET. CAIHO. ILL.
U. E. W. WIIITLOCK,
orrict No. 11 Commc-clul
Etuhth nml Ninth Streeu
QR. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICE-Eighth Street, near Commercial Avenue.
Notary I'nblic and Conveyancer.
(FFICE:-With (Ue Widows' and Oorphans' Mil
tmil Aid Society .
INEGAR & LANSDEN,
i iFFICE No. 1H Commercial Avenue.
f ENEKAL DELIVEIrt open .:30 a. m.; close
I.T :iii.m.; Sunday: 8 to 9 a. m.
Money Order department opto at 8 a.m.; closes
,Thronuii EsreM Mailt via Illinois Central and
Mississippi CVutr..l lluilroads close at 13: p. rn. 1
Cairo ucd Foplur Bluff Through and ay Mall
clone at li:S0p. m.
Wav Mall via IllUioto Central. Cairo and Un
miner, and Miss.estppl Central Hallroads close at
Way 5:! fcr Narrow Gauge Itallroad clofc Bt 3
Cairo fcLd Evansville Klver Route closet t ::
p. m. daiiy (except Friday).
E. E. TIME CAED AT CAIEO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R- R-
TKAINH AMUVE. TRAINS DEI'AUT
A:05 a.m. I Mall a:10a.m.
Express i.Wp.m. Express li:UOp.m.
Mail ...10:00 p.m. Mull ....4:4: a.m.
CAIRO 8T. LOUIS R. R.
Express i-W p.m. I ExpreM S:4S a. m
Accom'dation.W: p.m. Accom'datlon.l2,.-J5p. m
CUICAOO. ST. LOUIS AND NEW ORLEANS R.R
Mull 5:p.m. I Mall 3:(Oa.ra.
Texan expreHs...2:4ta.m. I Texas expresf 4:i;p.m
Aocommodat'n. .S::ia.m. I
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY
Only Jlorninff Daily in Southern Illinois
MOSAl Owt, I
CAino. 111., June :H ldTH. f
Time. Bur. Ttier. Hum Wind. Vtl WeatUex
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Maximum Temperature. c2 3 ; Minimum Ten
(K-ruturc, ij - ; Rainfall, 3 (2 Inch.
W, II. RA V .
Serg't Slt'nal Corns, U. S. A.
.NONE SUCH HAMS.
Just in receipt of S.SOO lbs of this
vo'.ebrated hum. At etail, lOJc. Also
Morrison's Glorry Breakfast bacon at SJjC.
usjar cured shoulders OJc.
At Nf.w York Stoub.
FOURTH OF JULY LEMONS.
Just received fresh and in order.
100 boxes choice selected Sicily lemons,
which I ofler to the city and country trade,
-it reasonable riu.ies. S. E. Wilson,
No. s:), Ohio Levee.
ICE! ICE! ICE!
I am prepared to furnish ice wholesale
or retail all through the season, Ollice,
Eighth street, between Commercial and
Washington avenues, next door to Bristol'
grocery stire. .Tacoii Krr.F..
10 lbs A xuirar for 1.
11 lbs extra (.' suu'ar for ifl.
At New YuiiK Stork.
Fihuinu tackle, Rods, bait, etc., wire
.loth for screens, ice cream freezers, etc.,
at bottom prices; also Stoves, Tinware, am
Hardware of all descriptions. Dos; collars,
Refrigerators, Revolvers, Razors, I'ocket
Knives, silver plated knives, forks und
spoons, lamps and lamp fixtures and a
thousand of other articles at ( W. Ilen-
oersons, toinmercial avenue, corner
Ice, Ice Wholesale and Retail in
iartju or small tpuantities. Wnyons will
run daily to all parts of tlie city, delivering
ure Livke lee in such (piant'ities as evis-
tont:rt may desire. Leave, orders at my
resilience on Seventeenth m nr Commercial;
at Sargennts, on Eighth' street, or address
me through the post-ollice.
V. M. Warp.
Cheap tit New York Store. Ladies' New.
port Ties at l0c.
WIRE SCREEN'S, FURNITURE, ETC.
Furniture manufactured anil all kinds of
repairing doiw, at my shop ('unnnercial
avenue, between Eleventh and Twelfth
Ktreets; also all kinds of cabinet making to
order. Mattresses :niinufactun d to order
nnd kept on sale. Repairing ar.d upln.l.
strring done on short iiotiee. I have a
good supply of walnut moulding and wire
doth for crcens,to lie made up In the latest
anil best style. Prices very low.
GENERAL LO'CAL ITE3IS.
The mowers have been doing good
service in the Park, and the signs of prep
aration arc numerous.
Seven persons were committed to the
county jail, Sunday; but three of them
were subseipucntly released.
J. W. Strong has returned to Cairo and
uccepted a position In the office ot Halli
day Bros. Ho can't stay away.
The horse-pound has been established,
as directed by the City Council, on the rail
road strip adjoining Thistlewood's livery
The builder who offers the lowest and
best bid, will secure the job of building
Mrs. Rose's and Pete Saup's new business
houses. See notice.
The secretary of the Jockey Club will
dispose of the right to supply the multi
tude who may gather in the Park on the
Fourth, with refreshments ami luxuries.
See notice. Time shot t.
Owens has arrived in the city with
"Butcher Boy." The annual is housed in
Harry Walker's private stable. II. C. Long
is expected to arrive to-day with Thomp
son Dean aud Pomcroy.
-On Saturday last the Illinois Central
railroad company paid into the State Treas
ury $14'J,G;r.42, that sum being 7 per cent
of the road'e gross earnings of $2,l!5?,fi48.
88, during the past six months.
Joe Lee, a poor man, who is in the last
stages of consumption, realized from his
mocking bird, which was disposed of by
raffle, tho sum of 13.50 a sum that will
certainly be very acceptable to him in his
present straightened circumstances.
Tom Nealon, Pete . Caraher, L. J.
Myers and A. J. Carle, finding their horses
impounded, swore out writs of replevin,
nnd on the 8th ot July the matter of the
city's wrights, the validity af the law, etc.,
will be tested in our local courts.
Alex. Frothingham & Co., brokers, 12
Wall Street, New York, make carelul in
vestments for customers, in sums of $2. to
100, which frequently pay ten to twenty
times the amount invested. Their Weekly
Financial Report, sent free, gives full in
-rJenkens has to ileal with a very def.
ant tenant. Mie won't pay her rent, and is
going to leave town ; but as she is merely
removing fo another part of the State, an
attachment will not lie ag tinst her plunder,
So, for the nonce, Jenkins is powerless to
exact his own.
If, in all Cairo, there is u man who
conscientiously believes that the Southrons
still hnve rebellion running nmpant
through mind and heart, he is urgently in
vited to attend the 4th of July celebration
in Memphis. The ex-confederates of the
city will pay all reasonable expenses, if
called upon to do so.
The Reform club committee expects
3,000 men, children to join the club in cele
brating the 4th. The Eckert will convey
the crowd to Maylx rry's lauding, twenty
miles up the Ohio, leaving Ilalliduy &
Phillips' whart-boat at P o'clock a. in., and
arriving at Cairo on the retnrn trip at G p.
m. A glorious, good time ot it is inevit
able. Saturday evening Mrs. George Win
ters and family partook of some ham, re
cently purchased, for supper, and during
the succeeding night all of them were
taken violently ill. The children were
quite recovered, yesterday; but Mrs. Win
ter was still sick. It is quite likely that
substances used in curing the meat, caused
A colored man named McEwen ap
pealed to Squire R iliinson to "put the hiw
upon a white m m," who, chucking a brick
at a chicken, struck Mrs. McEwen. The
Squire having no law to lit the the cac the
sable Mac, left the ollice inveighing
earnestly against the inipftwiry of a law
that allowed men t Ihnu' dornicks at
chickens and hit women.
The Reform club will celebrate the
Fourth. An excursion on the Eckert, to
Mayberry's landing, and a day in the
grand old woods of the locality form part
of the programme. Participants can take
their own baskets; but refreshments aud
luxuries will be for sale on the bout. The
round trip will cost only 50 cents for adults,
and 25 cents for children.
A great 4s hour walking mutch will bp
commenced, in this city, at the hour of s
o clock Thursday morning, lor the cham
pionship of Southern Illinois, and $300.
Thecontestacts are Herbert T. Conner and
tn individual who chooses to lie known as
the '"Unknown." Conner i the young man
who walked from Mound City to Cairo and
back In an hour and three-quarters.
Mr Close expected to h ave to-day for
Colorado. He informed us that lie purpei-es
visiting Denver, Silverton, Lcudville mid
all the thriving points of the stale, and to
settle where the out-look seems most prom
Mng. There seems to be some thing fundi
hands to do in Colorado, and as Mr. Close
has good bushics tact, nnd is not lacking
in energy, he will scarcely 'fail to find em
ployment. Emma Houston's cell in the county
jail remained ti utilities but a few hours.
The bunk she left to go forth to freedom
Had scarcely cooled, whi n h constable from
the country came prancing in with Jos.
phine Black, who hud been guilty of the
mortal nffenm' of stesling eighteen poinds
of bacon, worth ninety cents, probably,
from iinmllattoW'Miinri, resident of "Milli-
CAIRO BULLETIN; TUESDAY MOKM1NU. JULY
gan's Ridge." It i absolutjely an outrage
upon the taxpayers of the county that petty
misdemeanor of this kind, Involve In their
punishment, perhaps Jllfty, perhaps one
hundred dollars of public money. Such
cases oucht to bo disposed o' before a jus
tice of the peace. j
The sidewalk on thu south side of
Eighteenth street, from yashingtou to
Commercial is in u very dilapidated condi
tion. Near Washington it has been bro
ken down, and is quit'.' impassable the
whole distance. The leveral gangs
are doubtless pushing work as vigorously
as possible; but this walk being a "man
trap" should command immediate atten
tion. The seventy-live hour pedestrian con
test in Chicago, between O'Leary and Cross
laud, was finished at 11 o'clock Saturday
night. 0"Leary made 250 miles and three
laps, and Crosslund exactly twenty-five
miles less. This is by no means creditable
walking, for O'Leary. It is only an aver
age of about 82 miles a day. In the long
distance walk in London, Weston's average
was over 02 miles a day.
The Reform club hall was well filled,
last night, and it was resolved, with great
unanimity, that the club would arrange for
an excursion aud picnic. It was further
determined to make Mayberry's landing,
n picturesque and most inviting spot,
twenty miles up the Ohio, the objective
point, to make the trip on the Eckert,
and to make arrangements for the accom
modation of two thousand persons. The
meetiug was an unusually enthusiastic one.
-It is said that the bosses of the Evnus-
nnsville and Cairo trade, will, unless the con
dition of the river is improved meanwhile,
substitute low water packets in place of the
boats now running, sometime next week.
Three boats will be put in the trade, and all
of them will run through to Cairo, instead
of turning back from Paducah as formerly.
With the Fisk and Champion, carrying
passengers to and fro between Cairo and
Paducah, free of charge, if tliey pay 50
cents tor their dinner or supper, and keep
ing a keen outlook for every box, barrel or
bundle in the way of freight, it will be
"dry-picking" for the outside boats that
may seek business on the same stretch of
One of the most hopeful signs of the
times is the improved demand for both
skilled and unskilled labor. Carefully
collected statistics show that the number
of unemployed persons in the country at
large, at this time, is twenty per cent less
than that of a year ago; and, when the low
prices of food and clothing are taken into
account, the wages paid are quite as re
munerative as they were live years ago.
On the railroads, in the forests and on the
farms within fifty miles of Cairo, a thou
sand laborers in addition to those already en
gaged, might find paying employment. We
can scarcely pick up an exchange that does
not contain an advertisement, calling for
from 50 to 250 men to work on railroads, or
to engage in some other industrial pursuit,
at a fair rate- "f compensation.
Mr. Reynolds, in custody for the kill
ing ot his tenant, Frazier, declines to be
interviewed respecting the bloody affair to
which he was a party, He no doubt reali
zes the full extent of the responsibility at
taching to him, and is unwilling that any
fact connected with the murder shall stand
as confessed. It is said that in earlv life
he fitted himself for the law; but 'his in
clination not running in that direction, he
ndopted the pursuit of fanning, at which
helms made a coii'iderable fortune. The
magnitude of his operations can be inferred
when we remark that Frazier had leased
four hundred acres of ground from him,
yet Frazier was only one of many tenants.
He is said to be worth not less than 50,000.
But, of course that fact will not shield
him from the vengeance of the law, if he
is really guilty. How can iti
After a patient hearing of the pros and
cons of the R aynold-i-Frazicr murder cae,
Julge Baker, yesterday, decided to admit
the prisoner to bail, fixing his bond at ten
tiioiwand dollars. I he prisoner did not
have to leave the court house to find his
sureties, as Cunt. ()s. Oreenlcy and Hon.
Jesse Ware, either of whom is worth more
than twice the amount of the bond, stepped
forward and offered themselves as the tie
curd's bondsmen. While the affirmative
evidence was very strong against Mr. Ray
uolds, it was in proof, nevertheless, that
Frazier had made threats against his life;
that Frazier was a powerful man, physic
ally, while Raynolds is quite frail, Tt was
further urged, by physicians who were
put upon the stand, that continued impris
onment would greatly imperil the prison
er's life. In view of all these facts the
Judge concluded to admit him to bail, fix
ing his bond at a sum that would insure
his appearance when wanted.
The resignation of Judge Bird will
necessitate the holding of n special elec
tion for a police judge. Of course there
will be not less than six white candidates
cuter the field, every one of whom will be
so confident of his hold upon popular favor
that a compromise between them will be im
possible; and as a consequence, Judge Bird's
successor will, most likely, be a man of hU
own color, If the public could feel as
sured that that successor would display, in
the discharge of his duties, the wisdom,
the Impartiality and the disposition to deal
justly between all men, the color of his nkln
would not be a matter of vital consequence.
But there Is only one John,.!. Bird among
the colored people of Cairo, and in tho se
lection of his successor this fact must be
kept Ja view. No officer in tho city can
do moro to build up or tear down our cor
porate reputation than the police magis
trate can. It thereforo behooves our poo
pie to act. wisely nnd well m their selection
of o man to fill it.
Last Friday evening a boy, lo ()r J7
yenrs of age, entered a Piiducah grocery,
owned by Levi & Co., and finding his way
to the safe, succeeded in abstracting there-
from two five dollar gold pieces, twe pockjCroeuulne sorrow nnd bereavement; yet he
books, a few old coins and a sack containg f
a lot of silver change. The thief accom
panied by two other hoys, boarded the
Fisk, and came to Cairo. Upon the
strength of a dispatch from Paducah Chief
La Hue and officer Sheehan hunted up the
trio, and took them under arrest. Upon
the persons of the two larger boys was
found coin that counted out about forty
.lollars. These two had provided them
selves with $1.00 revolver, each, and con
sidered themselves prepared, no doubt, for
leperate work. But they didn't prove very
blood-thirsty, and with the younger boy,
who may serve as a valuable witness, were
detained until yesterday evening, when
they were turned over to the Paducah au
thorities, who arrived on the Arkansas
Two or three of the men who are en
gaged on the Cache river bridge, were
standing on Commercial avenue, between
Fifth und Sixth streets, Sunday afternoon,
when one Frankio Brooks, whose name is
not wholly unknown to readers of Cairo
police literature, passed by and gave one of
the men a w'nk, and subsequently asked
him to come and see her, and the man at
once joined her. She was sucking a lem
on at the time, and placing it in herpocket,
her escort thrust in his hand and drew it
out. A short time afterwards she com
plained to the police that she had lost sev
eral articles of value, arid believed that
the man who had thrust his hand in her
pocket had stolen them. The suspected
party was accordingly taken under arrest,
and conveyed to the county jail. His com
panions followed the police, and finally
convinced them that Souvriue, the man in
charge, was a hard-working, strictly hon
est man, who would, at any time, be found
at Cache bridge, it wanted. He was re
leased, and it is more than probable that if
Miss Frankie ever recovers her "articlhs of
value," she must pursue some other trail.
Charley Hodges finding his wardrobe
short to he extt'nt of his best pairot panta
loons Sunday morning, recollected that a
colored prisoner, named Frank Anderson,
had brushed the garment on two or three
occasions, which fact suggested that,
through pure eussedness, the fellow might
have hidden them away. A short search
revealed the presence of some kind of a
garment in the vault of the water closet,
which garment being fished up, proved
to be, not Charley's pants, but the
pair that had been worn about the
jail by Anderson. In due time
Anderson was found, his shapely legs
encased in Hodge's cassimeres. But he
denied stealing 'em. He got 'em from "a
man." The man was about bis size, and
looked like him, aud without listening
for a further inscription of "the man," the
officer took Anderson along, and incarcer
ated him in the county jail. He hid not
been committed ten minutes before he was
sound asleep, fairly waking the echoes by
his snoring. As this is Mr. Anderson's
second offense, he may be considered as
bonked for a term of service in the Joliet
The determination of Judge Bird to
resign his Police Magistracy, and accept a
position as U. S. Mail agent on the Cairo
and St. Louis railroad, will occasion con
siderable surprise, although it has long
been known that the income of the office,
outside of the meager salary, has for a year
or more, fallen short of the amount he is
required to pay for office rent. Not more
than five per cent, of the lines and costs in
criminal cases has been collected, during
the past two or three years a fact that is
attested by the reports submitted to the
City Council. Yet there are those who af
fect the belief that the office, if attended
to, is worth over 3,000 a year. No man
ever filled the position, who can show a rec
ord of more than half the office hours that
Judge Bird has made, yet the pay, outside
of the 300 from the city, has not averaged
one-tenth of 3,000. This being true, and
official honor and dignity being rather airy
fodder upon which to fei d one's wife and
children, the Judge has, very wisely we
think, concluded to accept a position that
will yield more of the real and less of the
ethereal more money, 'though less glorv.
His resignation was to have taken effect
St. Louis is enjoying the excitement
consequent upon a counterpart of the
Hull murder case. On Saturday morning
last, Mrs. Dieckman, it farmer's wife, living
with her husband, twenty miles from the
city, was found lying across her bed, with
three bullet holes through her head. Her
dress was torn to shreds, her wrists and
throat bore marks that testified to rough
handling and a terrible struggle. About
4 o'clock the same morning the hiisbnd
loft home with a load of marketing for St.
Louis. When he was two or three hun
dred yards on his way, he looked back,
guw his hired man, Joseph Stoeckli, enter
tho back door of the house. At six o'clock
the woman's dead body was discovered. It
9 known that she was alive when the hus
)iVnd left. It is known flint the husband
,,nd wife lived together most happi'y; m
it is further known that tho wife had an
instinctive dread of Stoeck'.i. In these
facts there was something upon which to
build a theory; and the St. Louis police
forco in attendance, with a sagacity equal
to that shown by the New York police in
the Hull case, concluded that tho husband
was the guilty party! He was overtaken
on his way home. He had heard of the
murder, and was utterly heart-broken, be
traying oil the signs of grief that indicate
was seized by the police, and locked up as
tho murderer of his wife, to whom, it is al
leged, ho was most devotedly attached,
and who, but a few weeks before, had borne
unto hitu his first child. Of course it was
idle for him to protest his innocence; to
express his horror of the suspicion against
him, or to offer to satisfy the bull-headed
police that ho could not have committed
the crime, however much lie might have
felt inclined to do so. They heeded his re
quest, however, to take Stoeckli under arrest,
and in so doing betrayed the only symptom
of sanity that has, thus far, characterized
their conduct. t
About 12:30 Sunday morning Schuck
ersandllogau discovered two suspicious
characters at the landing, who had but
recently left the steamer Idlewild. One
of the pair being recognized as Janus
Deahn, alias "Little Kid" a Kentucky
penitentiary convict the policemen kept
a close watch upon them, and a few minutes
later saw them enter a Fifth street bagnio.
They had been in the house but a short
time when they raised a rumpus. Schuck
crs and Hogan at once pounced upon them
took them under arrest; an 1 upon search
ing them found upon the Kid three rings
and a gold watch, the four articles being
worth probably two hundred and twenty
five dollars. The Kid's companion gave
the name of Charley Woo I. During the
morning adispatch from Marshal Birschitt,
of Paducah, was received, stating that dur
ing the Idlewilds run from Columbus to
Cairo, Mrs. Esther Gregg, of Evansville
Indiana, a lady passcng-.T, was robbed of
four finger rings and a gold watch, upon all
of which her initials had been engraved.
The rings and watch taken from the Kid
were part of this stolen property. Birschitt
was inf ormed of the arrest, and came to
Cairo; and made application for the prison
ers, which, properly enough, were not
turned over to him. In the evening both
of them were confined in the county jail,
the Kid remarking, as the officer closed the
door on them: "We'd you've got us here;
but you wouldn't have been safe in betting
u cent on it, even ten minutes ago." The
lady from whom the property was stolen,
arrived in the city yesterday, and Kid and
Wood were put through a preliminary ex
amination, the result of which was that
they were ruled to give bail in the sum of
300, each, to await the action of the grand
jury. As they were unable to find sureties,
they were re-committed. The lady ex
presses a determination to prosecute them.
Should she do so, wo shall have done with
Little Kid and Little Kid's "hail-fellow"
for five years or more, in any event.
Huston Celeruated Bitter at retail at
New York Store.
On and after July 1st. the prices nt my
shop will be reduced to the following fig
ures: Siiavimi 10c.
IUni Cm iNo 25c
Hair and whisker dying in proportion.
Grateful to rny old customers for their
past favors, I ask a continuance of the
same, assuring them as well as others who
may wish to call, that all work will be
done in liM class style and workmanlike
Shop on Eighth strei t, west of Alexan
der County Bank. J. Gf.o. Steimkhsk
Parties in need of groceries, dry goods,
siloes, Hour, meats, in tact an gooos lor
family use. will save money by Inlying at
the New York Store. Largest assorted
stock in Southern Illinois.
TO CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS.
Bids will be received by the under
signed until Wednesday 12 o'clock, noon,
for furnishing material and building the
business houses on lots 2 and 3 in block
24, city of Cairo, according to plans and
specifications in possession of Mr. Saup,
Graham and corn llowr always fresh at
New York Store.
AT T1IK PLANTERS' HoCSE.
Robt. Alexander, St. Louis; A. Styles,
Ceiitralia; I). C. .losiyn, Chicago; (. Hoyt,
New York ; Geo. A. Ridgway. Shawneetown ;
I). C Calkins, N. ().; A. Phalp and wife,
Tenn. Roil Mills; Chs. A. Rose, Chicago;
M. M. Chandler, Caddo (Sap. Ark.; T. W.
Sterling, Evansville; Henry Bies, St. Louis;
Oiis Conk, Columbus, Ky.; ,hA. M. Moore,
Columbus, Ky.; S. Baseh, Jackson; Mux
Genres, Evansville; It. T. Jones, Ash Hill,
Mo.; J. H. Albert, Hagerstown, Md.
Bum will be received by the Secretary of
the Jockey Club for 1 ice cream stand, 1
lunch stand, and 1 stand tor colored people,
also swings etc., in St. Mary's Park, on July
4th. Bids to bo left at P. H. Schuh's cigar
store before 8 p. m. Tuesday, July 1st 189.
The club reserve the right to reject any and
Ciias, C. Matok, Sec'y.
GIRL WANTED. 1
Wi.nt..d. Vnnd irlrl tocnok and do iri ueral home I
wnfU ii, ii .in.ill fmnilv. To one cnmluit well re:
ommeiuli'd, a pleanaut, permanent bonw and Kood
ww.w.umr.vcu. ' ' jfng pn, MAREAN, , '
Corner Fourteenth t. and V astilnntun t,v. y
BUGUY AND HARNESS.
For sale, ilnuln ( of harness and a nearly new
iluo bar open uuggy. Apply at thu Bulletin ollice.
FOURTH OF JULY
St. Mary's Park,
Under the uucplcex of
CAIRO JOCK Y CLUl
5 ra.c:es 5
Slnu'le mile ducli, purse J.V) 00
Half mile dash, purse .. t' no
Half mile danh. Cairo work horses, pure: in in
.Mine ractt in I
1Vn,,liicf rarn m It.. Iiontfl ln..t (un In tl.h... .11
Ten per rvnt eutrunce fee to be added to the a!m
Glass Ball Shooting Match.
FOR FIVE PRIZES
Shooting to be under tie niuua:.vm..,t (,f p, g,
Kent. E'j , of thU city.
Music, Dancing, and Grand Display of
Fireworks in Evening.
The Clilh euarantee a food time t'j all la attend
ance, (lood danciin; Boor und refre...iaetit.
EXCURSIONS ! Tf '
The I. C. II. U.
I- 1 in
CT I ITT ANtt ALL POINTS IN
Oli I iVL h the nohth iv em .
DENVER ami all HnN West.
MONTREAL and BOSTOX,
Aod 4!t Ei!-;ru i.( i:;t- a! v-.ry k.-. r.-t!.i
pOK METROPOLIS AND PADUCAH.
The EU-intSid'h'-! I'u tv-r f ar.ier
A . I MUD
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Leaver Cairo every iift-ri. r. at o'clmk. fur
I'aducuh. Mvtnipoli util way !:.ul'.i.'- For
freight or parrane apply to M.'L A HLVKH
THE ANCHOR LINE.
For Xow Orleans.
JOHN A. SCUDDER.
Fl.EM CaLveiit Varter
Friday. Julv :.'T. at ' p.m
L BELLE SHREVEPORT.
Cofhill m. Martvr
Mnnday.Jiir.c '. at neon
FOR MEMPHIS AND VICKSBURfi.
(rgortiiE W I.knsmx Vaster
Tilerdav. .Iu:.e at J p. in.
CITY OF YICKSBl'RO.
Ii. K Illley M.irl.T
Thursday, J'ii;e at !i p.m.
J NO. B. MAUDE.
V. H Illake Master
Saturday. Jute at 3 p.m
John Crane Mast, r
Sunday. June :.".'. at S p m.
FOR ST. LOUIS.
JNO. B. MAUDE.
W. II lllake....
Tuesday. .It. r.e SI, at 3 p in.
John t 'rutin
Wuducdny. Jui;e at S p. ui
CITY OF ALTON.
. . .Muster
ruuriiay, June in. at noon
CITY OF HELENA,
Friday. June liT, nt 5 p.m.
CITY OF GREENVILLE.
A. .1. Carter Mofler
Sunday, June -.It at 3 p. r.i.
T. S. Davidson Master
.Monday, June hi. at noon
For nil Information apply to Anchor Line Office,
Wliarl1oat No. -i
Cait. THOMAS W. SHIELDS. Supt.
' KOEHLER BROS., Proprietors,
Corner Washington Avenue and Kltflit Street aud
Corner Eleventh and Washington Ave.
A full and complete rtipply of tho best of nit V
kinds meat alwuvs on hand.
ADMINISTHATOH S NOTICE.
ESTATE or Cll Altl.k 9 WAIIN Kit, bttcEAsKD,
The nndcrslitucd, having been appointed admin
istrator of the estate ol Charles Winner, late ,,f
.i nf A eVillidi.r n,,l ........ ..i'iii i. .. .
reused, hereby ylves uotlee that he will appear be.
lore the county court of Alexander county, at tho
court-house in , (iilro. nt thu August term, on thu
ti.li.,1 Mniwliiv In Aiii.n... ....... ... .T.t.i..,. .. .
; , - ii-.i, in niiieu i une an per
ron, having claims ncalnst said estate arc unfilled j
nnd reiiucrted to attend for tho purpose of hnvliiu '
I in same in llstei . All i., i. .1 ..5
. . - , i" inn, oil" im-it in rani
t'o ttM'n'r'.'l'im'd.1 ,0 mVo PVmcut
l!J ,, ,?!''' ln? nf Jimf. A. D. Kn.
lUUIAIiu FfTZt'EUALD, Aihn'ulrlralor. ,