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II. BRYANT, M. D.
''OFFICE: EliiMh and Washington Avonuo.
1 ' B8lOESCE:'-Cotni-f nineteenth ood M'asb-
.y. H. MAREAN, M. D.,
. iromexpatl:lc riijlcian and Snrgreou.
Office UO Comnerdid avenue Residence comer
Fourteenth bl. Will Washington avenue, Cairo.
U. SMITH, M. D.
Ollice and Bcsldtucr:
NO. St THIRTEENTH STREET. CAIKO. ILL.
JJR. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Orwt-No. 1:16 Conrourclal Avenue, between
EliCUtb and Ninth Hrctb .
R. W. C. JOCELVN,
OFFICE KlRhtli Street, near Commercial Avcnne.
Notary Public and Couveyauecr.
OFFICE: With the Widows' end Oorphana' Mb.
ua! A !'l Society. -,
JLN'EGAIt & LANSDEN, ,
OFFICE No. 113 Commercial Avenue.
R. E. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R.R.
TRAIN H AI1RIVE. TRAINS DEPART
Mail ..:( B.m. I Mail :UJm'
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C. A. AT. RAILROAD-
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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
j OFFICIAL FAI'ER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY
OulyJIoruiiig' Daily iu Southern Illinov
Camio. 111., July H. 1078.
Tim. lUtr. Ther. Hum Wind. Vtl Weutliex
S:4l n m :i).07
:W l.m 30.HI
Maximum Temperature. !'4: Mititmum Tern,
perature, 79s: Iiainfuil, 0.00 Inch-
. W. II. KAY,
Rerg't 8lgual Corus, V. b. A.
Foit Salk. House and lot on N. E.
corner Fifth and Walnut streets, belonging
to estate of James Garland, deceased.
M. J. Howi.ey, Agent.
"DEW DROP IN"
And satisfy yourselves that the only real
ly first-class barber shop iu Southern Illi
nois, is next door to Korsmeycr's cigar
tore on (ith street, near the Levee. It is
there where you will find elegant and com
fortable furnishings, and skilled and court
eous workmen who confessedly stand at the
very head ot their profession. To-morrow
(Monday) morning the prices will be rc
dueed, as follows : '
Hh AVISO 10c.
And all other work proportionately low.
Con had Ai.ha.
Ice, Ick Wholesale and Retail in
large or sinall quantities. Wagons will
run daily to all parts of the city, delivering
pure Luke lee In siu-U quantities as cus
tomers may desire. Leave orders at my
residence on Seventeenth neiir Commercial;
at Sarcreants. on Eighth street, or address
me through tin: ltot-otriee.
P. M. Waku.
Dr.MAUKAN, lioiueoputliic physician, lias
removed his office to the dental rooms over
A. Uluck's shot! store. No. 140 Commercial
avenue, four doors above his old office. His
office hours are 8 to ID a. m.. and 1 to 4
, p. m. and 7 to H in the evening.
Tkn Cents Woin ii. It you want a neat
smooth shave for ton rents, or a fashionable
hair cut for 25 cents, or anything else in
the toii5orial line, remember the place to
co U is Henry Schick's. No. 142 Commer
IVices for evervthimr are down, and to
be un with the times, the undersigned has
established the following prices at his shop
on and after this date :
IIaih Crrriso 25c.
: .bHAMl'OOINd 25c.
By placing his prices at a figure propor
tionate to the decline in other fields of
' labor, he hopes to continue receiving the
'. patronage of his old customers and many
new ones, and assures one and ull that his
" work will be done iu a prompt and effi-
, cient manner.
Shop No. 53 Ohio levee, 2 doors above
the Planter's Houw, between Fourth and
Sixth streets. Geo. Wicr.
., Fishing tacki.k, Rods, bait, etc, wire
V 'l cloth for screens, ice cream freezers, etc,
. '''.. nt bottom prices; also Stoves, Tinware, and
v ; " Hardware of all descriptions. Dog collars,
" Itefrig eretors, Revolvers, . Razors, Pocket
: t Knives, silver plated' knives, forks nnd
' Hpoons, lamp: and lar.ip fixtures and a
thousand of other articles at C. W. Hen-
of - Arson's, Commercial avenue, corner
Hon. I). W. Munn, of Chicago,
George Stcinhouso keeps three chairs
running and is full of business.
Squire Nick Hunsnckcr, of Ltikc Milli
gau precinct, was iu the city yesterday.
E. F. Davis is absent from the city on
a business trip. He will bo at homo agam
A steam thresher, drawn by a six mulo,
team, passed out Washington avenue, yes
terday, for service in the country.
A colored man named Kimbro, who
left Cairo a few weeks ago to go to Chicot,
Arkansas, died at tliat piace jusi r
day. Duff Haynie Esq., of Bloomington, is
in the citv for a few days' visit. He looks
as though ho had been well used since ho
At the archers' target shooting, Mon
day evening, ono member made a very cred
itable score, and four other members made
scores precisely like it.
The City Marshal has arranged with
Mr. Pat Fit?gerald for the use of his lot at
thf corner of Thirteenth and Commercial,
for impounding purposes.
There is considerable sickness in the
city, anions the cluiciren, parucuiuny
nmnncr infants. Tecth-CUttinff. bOWCl-
complaints, etc., prevail quite generally.
Dr. Wilkersou arrived in the city yes
terday. He will remain long enougn ro
lake hands with all Ins old trienas, ana
they are all glad to have that opportunity
The Chicago Times of the otli instant
Croupes togemer iweuiy-uuee uenutuio
that occurred in Chicago, as the resu.t
solely of the careless use of fire-works and
At the park, last night, two boys, in a
walk against time, made the circuit of the
race course in ten minutes. This is equiva
lent to three miles an hour, which is very
good time for boys.
There is a very conspicuous and offon
give smell near the mouth of the Fourteenth
street sewer, on Washington avenue, and
another, almost as vile, on the north side of
Ritrhtnontli. near the middle' of the block
We are told that Sol Silver is recruit
ing agent for the war steamer Wauchusett,
mid has already an enrolment of about
spventv bnvs who loner for a life on the
W . J - - a
briny. It is said that f 'iir hundred wnl Le
As thtf judicial department of our city
government moves along quite smoothly,
many citizens contend that the expenditure
of a $100 or more on account of a special
election to fill the Bird vacancy, is un
The infant daughter and only child of
Mr. and Mrs. ('has. Gilhoffer, died . m this
city, yesterday afternoon. They command
the hearty sympathy of their friends, and
ot the public generally, See funeral notice
Mrs. Rose Dunlevy died at her homo
in Pittsburg on Sunday Inst. Mrs. Dun-
levy, formerly Miss Rose Carter, was well
known to Cairo young people, and to many
of them she was endeared by tics of no
Parties who may be able to find And
detain Henry Myer, Dan Mulligan and
William Riley, will receive $50 1 for the
first named and $15 each for the others
They escaped from the Edwardsville jail,
ou Monday night.
The Street Committee held a meeting,
yesterday afternoon, and accepted the bid
of Mr. P. II. Corcoran for supplying the
fill for the Cache bridge approaches. Cor
coran engages to perform the work at the
very reasonable price of fourteen cents ptr
A Mt. Vernon dispatch says, "the lead
ing feature of the celebration there was the
able, original and eloquent oration of Hon.
John H.Obcrly .which was listened to by the
great multitude with theprofoundest atten
tion, from the commencement to tlte close."
The oration will, we presume, be published
in the Mt. Vernon papers.
- Axley and Wilson's uew billiard hall,
corner of Commercial and Eighth, has sud
denly become the centre of attractiun. It
is supplied with the famed Brunswick
tables; and it. is the purpose of the proprie
tors to render it as complete au establish
ment of ifs kind as can be found anywhere.
Give the new hall a call, and the proprie
tors a friendly recognition.
T-Advertisiug with certain classes of me
chanics and business men becomes epidem
ic, at irregular intervals. About five years
ago it broke out among the Cairo shoe
makers, aud ouly one member of that trade
escaped. Later the beer saloons and ven
ders of lager beer, caught it, aud now it is
afflicting the barbers. In this particular
The Bulletin is not clamorous for quar-
A stranger who
claimed to be emi
nently respectable frequented unusual and
and out-of-the-way places, iu this city, so
long and so persistently, that officer Shoc
han fiually concluded that the fellow would
do to watch ; aud he grossly insulted the
pretentious stranger by giving him an inti
mation of the measure he lul taken of
him. The "eminently 'respectable" chap
then and there declared a purpose to make
Shcchan feel his power, and actually ap
pealed to the Mayor, we hear, to discharge
him from the police force. Failing in his
TTTfc DAILY: CAIRO BULLJfiiim: w
purpose, and discovering that Shochan kept
him under closo surveillance, v ueu n.u
city (but whither he lias flown is not kuown.
The question now arises, what was the
Mr. John McKay, who, eiuco the estab
lishment of the East Cairo station, had re
sided in this city, on Eighteenth street, has
now taken up his residence in Water Val
ley, Mississippi, which point thus becomes
the headquarters of the superintendent of
the northern division of the Cluca and
New Orleans railroad:
A lad wllo had run away from Hop-
kiusville, Ky., was in the city yesterday-
one of the unhappiest youngsters we have
seen for many a day. He had no money
nnd. of course, was faring roughly. As lie
expressed a desiro to reach, Paducah nnd
return home, it is probable that ho was
placed in possession of sufficient funds to
enable him to pay his passage to that city.
The regular monthly contest for the
offices of the Center archery club, came off
Monday evening. The offices, or rather,
the right to fill and enjoy them, are awarded
to the parties making the best score. Under
this arrangement Miss Ella Robbins won
the office of President, Mr. Pcqnybaker
the office of Vice President, and Miss Mary
Halliday the office of Secretary and Treas
urer. The horse that Davis stole to facilitate
his escape from Olive Branch and that re
gion of the country, was found day before
yesterday, saddled and bridled, as Davis
had dismounted from it, picking its way
homeward again. Davis is a middle-aged
man, forty-five years of age, perhaps; and
the man that captures him will be 6et
ahead ab6ut fifty dollars. It' might fay
our country readers to "keep their eyes
-The Springfield Journal, of Monday
says "the uewspuptrs of the state are very
generally publishing the statement that the
State Register has been sold to Hon. John
H. Ober'.y and others. On the authority of
the Register we contradict the statement."
The Register, for itself, intimates that an
earlv sale of the establishment is not
among even the remote probabilities; and
thus for the second time is Mr. Obtrly dis
associated from the editorial management
of the Springfield Register. '
-r-Oue of the four or five 'iior.se cases'
came ou for hearing, yesterday, before
Squire Robinson. The trial was founded ou
a writ of replevin sued out by the owners of
certain horses that were impounded under
the ordinances of the city. Nearly the
whole day, yesterday, was devoted to the
hearing ot one ca'ie, and that case, we hear,
is not to serve as a test case. The Squire
will probably pronounce judgment to-day.
Great interest was manifested in the trial,
the court room being well filled, notwith
standing the melting weather. .
"Shaug," the negro who did the whole
sale job of shooting, on the coal barge, two
or three months ago, had "a woman," as is
the custom of men of his diameter. And
having a woman, he had to rent a room;
and renting a room he became responsible
for rent he was unable to pay; As a con
sequence whereof tho contents of said room
were sold at auction, yesterday, under a
"destraint warrant." An inventory of the
trumpery would, if, published, give rise to
grave suspicions of Shang's honesty. It
was a wonderful collection of stuff.
A white boy named Thomas Williams,
U or 15 years of age, came over from Mis
souri, yesterday, ami while in search of em
ployment, wandered to the river iu the vi
cinity of the co?l fleet. While walking
around in that neighborhood a vicious dog
dashed from Stealer's fish boat, and rushing
upou the boy, bit him quite severely. The
boy subsequently found his way to police
headquarters, where his wounds received
proper pttention. If the dog is the kind of
an animal he h represented to be, he
oughtn't to be allowed to live another
It is quite probable that patriotic pco
pie, living in large cities will, in the future,
be prohibited by law from a use of fire
works and fire anus in the celebration of
the 4th of July. The terrible accidents
and conflagrations chargeable to that cause,
will cuforce the enactment of strictly pro
hibitory ordinances. If the nse of explosives
were restricted to experienced hands, acci
dents and disasters wouli still occur; bu
it it a fact of which everybody is cognizant,
that tho parties who indulge in the luxury
ot fire-works and flashing gunpowder, arc
the very persons who, of all other.,, should
uot be allowed to touch thorn, viz: Chil
dren, reckless, careless negroes, and men un
der the influence of liqour. It is a heath
enish practice, anyhow, and siuce the ad
vance of civilization has failed to throw it
into disrepute, tho law should interpose
aud put a stop to it.
''Pater 'Familias," with hundred of
other Bulletin readers, is an admirer of
our poetical contributors. He writes (in
the chirography of a lady) as follows:
"Have our poetical geniuses forsaken Tuf.
Bulletin? The abseuce of a contribution
from either I. A. M., Kate W- or Lin
wood, made quite a noticeable void in our
last Sunday's paper. Can you not iuduco
our fair friends to continue to favor us, at
least onco a week, with some of their beau
tiful gems of poetry? Wo are proud of our
Cairo poets." Wo could readily tlud it in
our hearts to excuse all the cor.tribitoris
named for not wilting for Inst Sunday's
Bulletin, had they been under heivy obli.
gations to write. Tho ho!, l',itt,.r:ng
wwi jswjay : MOKNIKG.
weather, and .'all the noise. nreiiarnMn.,
hurrah and confusion Incident to tho 4th ,.f
July, wouhl have served to render i,intt
writing a . species of drndgcry, upon tho
performance of which wo could not have
Insisted, linel our need been ncvor so press
ing. Aud we, too, arc "proud of our Cairo
poets." The contributions of Linwoocl, t.
A. M. and Kate W , are held by our intel
ligent readers and coteinporaries as of very
decided literary wortji, and as incompara
My superior to tlte average newspaper
A yellow boy named William Kandall,
who had been employed about the Planter's
House, for a short interval, secured poses
sion of sundry articles ot valuable wearing
apparel belonging to another colored man,
and left Cairo for Tiptonville, Tennessee.
few days ago lio boarded the steamer
Nashville for Columbus. Oa the way up
ho stole a revolver from Lcm Hill, another
revolver from Andy Evctt, the mate, and a
sum of money from the steward. These
losses being made known to Marshal Bry
ant, of Columbus, that officer kept a look
out for,Mr. Randall, and on Monday night
took him under arrest. Randall took the
Cairo negro's clothing because, as ho al
leges, the negro owed him money which
he refused to pay. lie took the revolvers
and money because lie was a thief, ami,
according to Tom Dolson, "there never was
a thief that wouldn't steal."
Early yesterday morning a stranger
rode a horse into the city, and hitched the
animal iu front of Briehan's soda factory.
As the stranger failed to return r.f'ter the
lapse of a half day or more, and as the
horse wa.s suffering intensely from thirst
and heat, somcboely turned him leiose. An
hour or two later the animal found its way
to the vicinity of the gas works, and one
of the hands there seeing that it was sad
dled nnd bridled, supposed that it had
broken away from somebody in the city.
Acting upon this thought the gas man
caught the horse and hitched him to a con
venient fastening. The surprise of the gas
employe, an hour later, when lie went out
to look after the horse and found him dead,
can be imagined much more readily than
described. The authorities were duly no
tified, and shortly afterwards had the car
cass hauled bcyemd the levee and put under
ground. When this work was about con
cluded, the stranger made' his appearance
in search of his horse, lie found him.
Since the members of the Cairo Jockey
club, in organizing and carrying out the
4th of July celebration, had no ether pur
pose than that of providing intertainmcnt
for the public and themselves, we are sorry
to learn that their receipts fe ll considerably
short of their expenses. At a cos-t of about
$123, the club made provision for the
dances, and altiu ugh the fleor was almost
constantly thronged, those who danced, or
a majority of them, r.t least, failed to "pay
the piper." The dcfinl is about $100, and
tiiis sum must come out of the pockets of
the twelve members of the club. The
share of each is not large; but when added
to the ten day's hard work, suspense r.nd
anxiety, it becomes a considerable burden.
But w do not wish to be understood as
intimattng that the "1 oys" are "squealing."
On the contrary,' they take the matter vdiy
philosophically. They expect to go down
among their stamps, meet the ir responsibil
ities, nnd adjourn celebrations until further
Very respectable newspaper men join
in the editorial excursions that i.ru becom
ing st popular; but it is assuming but lit
tle to s!ty that they are ashamed of about
half their associates. Why this is ho is
very plainly iudicat.-d by the roster ol the
Arkansas crowd that is now foraging on
northwestern hotels. The spectacle of three
or fair men nnd women ot different ur.mes
u:k! pl.ices of residence, trtking five rides
ami free food by. virtue of their alleged
connection with a little 10x15, half patent,
weekly village newspaper, stirs up the
gorge of every decent newspaper man in
tho party. Tiie editor of the Black-bottom
Bugle can't join the excursion because of
a hick of clothing and money; but the man
who keeps the livery stable is more fortu
nate, and, although he doesn't know
whether God is spelled with ij. capital (1 or
a lowercase j, he goes in us the representa
tive of the Bugle, taking with him his wife
and daughter nnd his wife'sspinister cousin
and his mothcr-in-lnw. And what is
true of the Bugle is true ol the Swamp
town Swosher. the Hazel-Dell Sunbeam
and of an absolute majority of all the lit
tle country weeklies. Wc will trust to the
honesty of the publisher of the little Rock
Gazette, who 'appears to be one of the party,
and ou his say so wager any man a new
smoothe caster, that more than one halt of
the crowd that feasted as newspaper men
at the expense of Potter Palmer, on the 5th
instant, have no connection, nearly or re
motely, with the press of Arkansas or ot
auy other .state. Tho fraud is palpabjc,
and the real newspaper men of Arkansas
owe It to themselves ami to the profession
to denounce it as such, in proper terms.
It is outrageous that generous hearteel'ho
tel keepers, and railroad managers should
be subjected to such nn imposition; and it
is also outrageous that the profession of
tho editor nnd publisher should be seized
upon as a means for the accomplishment
of such an end. Unless there is a sift
ing of the cheat from the wheat, of these
excursien parties, the public will soon loam
to estimate them at their real value. In
that event the exeursing crew will pay for
what they get, mid get what they pny for, ;
and nothing more. f j
JULY 9, 1879.
KLEE! KLEEI ICE! '.ICE!
Iceut wholesale and retail u'l' through
the season. Wagons run regularly . to all
parts of the city. OSice and Ico Box
next to Bristol's grocery on Eight street.
The best Lake Ice always ou hand.
.Died, in this city at the hour of 2:15 p.
m., July 8th, Laura Rosa, infant daughter
of Mr. nnd Mrs. Charlej Gilhoffer, aged 15
months and 28 days. Tho remains, with
tho friends In attendance will leave the res
idences on Washington avenue, one door
south of Ninth street, for St. ' Patrick's
church, at 1 o'clock p. m. At half past 2
o'clock tho reamains will be moved from
the church to the special train in' waiting
to convey them to Villa Ridge for burial.
Friends nro respectfully invited.
The Finest Snoi' in the West is the
new barber shop just opened by Wni. Alba,
opposite Paul Shuhs' drug store. It must
be seen to be appreciated. Always clean
towels, keen razors, cool breezes and polite
workmen. A polite porter is always ready
to use the brush and black your boots for
5 cents, uo need .to have them blacked in
the street. Prices of work as follows:
Shaving, 10 cents; haircut, 25 cents; chnm
pooing, 25 cents; other work in proportion.
NeTicF. On aud after July 1st, the prices
at my shop will be reduced to the following
figures: Shaving, 10 cents; hair cutting,
23 cents; shampooing, 25 cents.
Hair and whisker elying in proportion.
Grateful to my 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 first class style and workmanlike
Shep on Eighth street, west of Alexan
der County Bank. .1. Geo. Steiniiouse
A Rkoui.au Hack leaves the St. Charles
Hotel daily, at 8 a. m., and 1 and C p. in.,
for the Court House, running up Levee to
Sixth Street; Sixth street to Commercial
avenue; Commercial to Twentieth street;
up Twentieth to Court House. Returning
down Washington avenue to Eighth; out
Eighth to Ohio levee, nnd down the Levee
to St. Charles Hotel. Fare each way, or
part of the way, 5 cents.
WIRE SCREENS, FURNITURE, ETC.
Furniture manufactured and all kinds of
re pairing done, at my 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 hupply of walnut moulding' and wire
cloth for screcns.to be made up in the latest
and best style. Prices very low.
FltANK S HOKM1JS.
Exvf.lofs printed tit the Bulletin office,
$1.00 perM. Envelops furnished r.t St.
Louis wholesale List prices for the ncxtL'O
Bu.mnako'k Music House, Chicago.
Wt have received from the publishers S.
UrainardV Scijs. Chicago, u few of their
latest Musicalf'ublicalh'iis, iued in tiuir
usual elegant style. Any of our reaut rs
.wanting new Sheet Muic, Music Ii.oks,
&c, will do well to send to S. Brainard's
Sons, Chicago, II!., for their extorsive I c
senptive Catalogue of Music and Music
Boeks, which they offer to send free to any
one on application. It contains full de
scription of thousands i f beautiful piece
of Vocal und Instrumental Music, and is
invaluable to all persons interested i:i music.
Music Dealers and Tciulurs are supplied
on the most liberal terms, und will do well
to address them. S. Brainard's Sons also
publish "Brainard's Musical World." a
monthly musical magazine, at 1.50 per
year. Sample ropns, containing New
Music worth over $2.00, will be mailed to
any address, on receipt of 15 cents in
S. Bkaisaiid'm Sons.
158 Stats Street. Chicago. III.
A Cai:i. To all who nre suffering from
the errors and indiscretions of youth, ner
vous weakness, early decay, loss of man
hood, Ac, I will send a recipe that will cure
you, free ok CHAi'.tiE. This great remedy
was" discovered by a missionary in South
America, Send a self-addressed envelope to
the Rev. Joseph T. Inman, Station D. New
Juvenile Classics B-autiful largo type
elegantly bound editions of Arabian Nights
and Robinson Crusoe, for 53 cents each,
and of Bnnynn's Pilgrim's progress and
Travels of Baron Munchausen, for 50 cents
each, have just been published by the
American Book 'Exchange, 55 Bi ckman
street, New York.
11 pound Old Barry Letter Heads.
rM " " " Note Heads.
5 " Linen Letter Hem Is.
2 " Linen Note Heads.
The iiest quality of paper at prices of
the cheapest grade.
5) pound statements all celors.
10 pound Bills Lading.
14 and 10 pound Bill Heads nil sizes.
Extra super white Envelopes at St. Louis
wholesale prices. Printing $1,00 extra.
Ruling and Binding, all kinds at The
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 find
capacious dining rooms have been built,
furnished entirely with new furniture, new
boding, spring mattresses, etc. The springs
are situated in a high nnd healthy locality,
surrounded by magnificent scenery; and
their medical qualities, not excelled by nny,
nre too well known to need any comment.
They nre supplied with an, abundance- of
ico, refreshments and amusemeuts usually
found at summer resorts. Tho best or faro
and strictest attention to tho comfort ot
guests is guranteed all for the small Bum
of $8 per week. Special rates to famines.
J. R. BnowN & Co., Proprietors.
May 25th, 1870
Notice. to all whom it may concern :
The Cairo Bulletin will pay no bills con
tracted by any of its employes, or nny ono
connected with the Bulletin, unless the
samo is made on a written order signed by
myself, and the order must bo attached to
the bill when presented, aud no contracts
for advertising or job work aro valid unless
the same are endorsed by myself.
E. A. Burnett.
HL'GGY AND HARNESS.
For wile. Mniilo v ot liaroen nnd a ui ariy new
iiclo bur open bUKiry, Apply at the liulK tin o trite.
CAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
On and after Monday. June IC, tl:e boat v. ill inaku
the follow iuk trips:
LEAVE LEAVE LEAVE
Foot Fourth t .Missouri Lutd'R. Kentucky Ld'g.
7 a. m.
11 a. in.
'i p. in.
::iei p. m.
a a. m.
3 p. m.
7:30 a. m.
!1: ji a. in.
S:(w p. m.
n-:tn a. m.
S a. a.
1') a. iu.
H p. m.
(:'') p. m.
10 a. in.
4 p. rn.
WHOLESALE WLNE8 AXD LIQUOR
Wholesale atd P.eUU Di-alvr In
Foreign ami Domestic Liquors
Wines of all Kinds.
NO. CO OHIO LEVEE.
MESSRS. KMYTII 4 CO bavc eouati'ij a largo
tock of tl.f btrt giHd tu the r.:arUt-t nui io
ecpi-ch.l atUTtion to t&c w uolitii.it: bruueL f the
LEXANDER COUNTY BANK,
Commercial Avenue and Eighth St w:t,
F. BKOSS. I'refidint.
P. NEKK. Vlce-Pr. :lci.t.
II. WELI. CaMer
T. J. UEl'.TII. Amietunt CacLler.
F. Dros. Cnlro; Wlillnni Klucc. Cairo;
K:!!r Nefl. Cairo; Wliiiuu Wolf. Cairo;
I', M. Cwurl'il.. K. L Biiiii.f-ifV. m. Leninj
E. Budrr. O'airo; J. Y. Cli Cioa. t'uiedutiu.
C'hi.t 0 I'utli t,
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS DONE. Ei
ctiuifrr poIU. acd bought. Intercut puul in Hie
Suvtui: Department Collection muilc uLd ail
buiuef promptly utu-ndtd to.
ENTERPRISE SAVINGS BANK,
Chhrtered MhitIi SI. I Ml).
OFFICE IN CITY NATIONAL BANK,
INTEREST paid nn il.-j .i.it Vrrrh t? nr.d s. p.
trtuhrr !!. I'.;ttrt bnt'uitudrnwi i add- d ini-inediati-ly
Im tin- prit-ipal of tl'.i' riipnii, Itu -rtl.y
Kl viiii: tliein compound iLU.-rut.
Ffl'liililien ami marrlpil wtwn may i!t posit
innuey mid noone els can draw it.
WALTER HYSLOP. Theasuhwi.
rpiIE CITY NATIONAL BANK,
W. P. IIALI.IDAY. President.
H. L. HALLIDAY. Vlu-1'r.-lditit.
. PTAAT TAYUm. W. IV HAM.IIIAV,
HKN1IV I.. HAI.MIIU. It. II. rCNMNI HAM,
O. U. nil.l.UMW'N, SWHEX IIIHI),
II. II CAMlKK.
Exchange, Coin ami United States Bonds
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Deposit received nnd n general buukliu,' huKlue
KOEIILER BROS., Proprietors,
Corner WncUlntton Avenue nnd Elcht Street unit
Corner Eleventh mid Windilnuinn Ave.
A frill and complete ripply of the beat of all
kind men! iilwuv on liana.
ADMIN ISTllATOK'S NOTICE.
khTATI or 1'UAUI.kS WAONEH. nt,
The. underlined, bavinjr been unpointed ndniln
IMrutorof the entitle of Churle Wnirner, Into of
tuo county of Alexander and Mute of Illlncl. fin
ct'Hed, hereby (tlve notice that ho will ftppi.nr ,0.
fore tho county rourt of Alexander county, nt tho
conrt-hoiie in ( alro, at tho Auirtit term, on thu
third Monday n Aiiriit next, nt whlrh tlmu nil per
ton hnvuiB.clnlma uenliiot :ild ptatenrv notlfluit
nnd requested to attend for tho. uurpoo of Imvlnn
the jnnio adJutod. All pvrwna Indebted to ald
vtat are requested to muko Immediate payment
to the iinderlinied.
Baled thi amli day of .run. A. D. 1S7.
ltlCHAKO t'lTZCiEUALD, Adululitrator.