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J II. BRYANT, M. D.
OFFICE: Eighth and Washlnon Avenuo.
RESIDENCE :-Corucr Nineteenth and Wash
. II. MAREAN, M. D.,
Homeopathic .physician and Surgeon.
Ofr.c 10 Commercial avennc. Residence cpruor
Fourteenth St. aud Washington avenue, Cairo,
R. SMITH, M. D.
Office and Residence :
hO 81 THIRTEENTH STREET, CAIRO. ILL.
R, E. W. WHITLOCK,
Ornoi-No. 1S Commurclal Avenuo, between
Biihtli and Ninth Btreeu
jyK W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICE-Elirhia Street, near Commercial Avenno.
Notary Public and Conveyancer.
OFFICE: With the Widow' and Oorphan' Ma
tnal Aid Society
JINEOAR & LANSDEN,
At torneys-at-Hia w.
OFFICE No. 113 Commercial Avenue.
R. R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
TRAINS ARRIVE. TRAW DEPART
Mall 4:K a.m. Mall j:-m-
Express 8:00 p.m. Expre 6:00 p.m.
Mall W:(W p.m. 1 Mall 4:43 a.m.
CAIRO 4 ST. LOUIS K. R.
Express V.10 p.m. I Express 8:45 a. m
Accomodation. 10:45 p.m. Accom'datlon.l2:i5p. m
CHICAGO. ST. LOUIS ANDNEW ORLEANS R.R
Mail B:50p.m. Mall 5:00a.m.
C. A.&T. RAILROAD"
Texas exprc...:40 a.m. ITexa cxprcss.2:t5p.m.
Accominodat'n . .8:30 a.m.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
Only Morning: Daily in Southern Illinois.
signal OrniB, i
Cairo, 111.. July t. 1S79. f
Time. liar. Tbcr. liuui. Wiud. Vtl Vnithe4.
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Maximum Temperature. Wi Minimum Turn'
peruture. T7 ; Rainfall, 0.(X Inch.
V, II. It A l ,
Sers't Sijna! Corn, V. S. A.
' Foil Sale. Houso nnd lot on N. E.
corner Fifth and Walnut streets, belonging
to cstnto of James Garlaud, deceased.
M. J. How ley, Agent.
WTTIR RfiREF.XS. FURNITURE. ETC.
Furniture manufactured and all kinds of
repairing done, at my shop on Commercial
avenue, between Eleventh and Twelfth
jtreqts; also all kinds of cabinet making to
order. Mattresses :nanufactured to order
and kept on sale. Repairing nnd uphol
stering done on short notice. I have a
good supply of walnut moulding and wire
cloth for scrccns.to be made up in the latest
and best stylo. Prices very low.
Fisui.No tackle, Rods, bait, etc., wire
at bottom prices; also Stoves, Tinware, nnd
Hardware of all descriptions. Dog collars,
Refrigerators, Revolvers, Razors, Pocket
Knives, silver nUtod knives, forks and
spoons, lamp and lamp fixtures nnd a
thousand of other articles at C. W. Hen
derson's, Commercial avenue, corner
Ten Cents Worth. It you want a neat
smooth shave fur ten cents, or a fashionable
hair cut for 25 cents, or anything else in
the toiisorial line, remember the place to
go to is Henry Schick's, No. 142 Commor
Dr. Mabkan, homeopathic physician, has
removed his office to the dental rooms over
A. Bluck's shoe store, No. 140 Commercial
avcuue, four doors above his old office. His
office hours are 8 to 10 a. m., and 1 to
' p. m. and 7 to 8 in the evening.
DIXON SPRINGS. ILLS.
Tlitan flnffnea trill 1n nnnn ml -Timn 10th
under tne management 01 tne new propric-
tnrtt. wlm would resneeffullv nnnounea that
t " tf
thev have leen thoroughly repaired. Over
thirty new cottages and new, Inrgo and
. .capacious dining rooms have been fault,
; furnUltod entirely with new furniture, new
tiding, spring mattresses, etc. The springs
are situated in a high ami healthy locality,
surrounded bv matrnificcnt scencrv: nnd
their medical qualities, not excelled by any,
ore too well known to need nnv comment.
They are supplied with an abundance of
Ice, refreshments and amusements usually
found at summer resorts. The best of fare
Uld KLTlCleur ntrnntinn tn t in mmfirf nt
guests is gurantced all for tho small sum
of $S ier week. Special rates to tamilies.
J. u. Bnows & Co., Proprietors.
v May 25th, 1879.
' A REOt'LAn Hack leaves the St. Charles
i Hotel dally, at o a. m., ana 1 and 0 p.m.,
' . f.H tho fiinrf TIdlun riinninu m T ..,. ...
' Sixlh Street; Sixth street to Commercial
'f avenue; Commercial to Twentieth street;
) up Twentieth to Court Housa. Returning
' ' down Washington btcuuo to Eighth; out
j4lglUU W vlliu ytw, uuvi uunu hiiv utTty
to St. Charles Hotel, rare vach way, or
J prt of the way, 3 cents. 1
OUR LOCAL VARIETY.
Judge Baker returned homo from Mt.
Vernon, yesterday morning.
Mrs. Nick Hacker bore a fine boy baby
unto her husband, yesterday.
Tom Winter Is the man milliner of
Cairo. Look tor his ad on Saturday morn
ing. Farmer George Yocum, and farmer
Tim Manley, both of Unity precinct, wero
in the city yesterday.
Mrs. Ray contemplates an early de
parture for Crittenden Sulpher Springs, we
hear, for the benefit of her health. '
Blackberries can be used by persons
in good health, with perfect safety. Buy
them and let green apples severely alone.
Capt. Ike Ostrander who was quite
overcome by tho heat, tho other day, has so
far recovered as to be giving attention to
The council adjourned at the hour of
11 o'clock, Tuesday night, after having
voted down a motion to adjourn, thirteen
Mr. Philander W. Barclay having de
clined the position of Dictator to the K. of
H., the office was pressed to an acceptance,
upon Dr. W. R. Smith.
The Cairo City Gas Company has just
received from somo point East, threo car
loads of retorts, which fact indicates an
overhauling of the establishment.
Tony Raggai sold his saloon to Wil
liam Queasbarth, yesterday, for tho very
handsome sum of eleven hundred dollars.
Queasbarth tormcrly drove team for Mr.
The report of Mr. Linegar's Anna
speech, as published elsewhere, was copied
by us from the Union County News. It is
manifestly a mere synopsis ot the able
Baird and Sumerwell propose to re
move the Mrs. Roso house from its position
on Commercial, to a lot on Ninth street,
near the brewery, where it will be fitted up
as a dwelling house.
Mr. Jacob Walter is constructing a
cage for hi3 bear. The animal will be
kept confined until the winter holidays,
when he will bo slaughtered for the tables
of Jake's customers.
Mr. E. Shorey, agent for Dr. J. C.
Ayer & Co., was in the city yesterday, and
called on Tue Bulletin. Such callers are
always welcome as the result is always an
improvement in finauccs.
The city council has appropriated seventy-five
dollars for a public pump on
Fourteenth street. The well will be loca
ted under the direction of the committee
on Police, Fire Department and Jail.
The sewer at the corner of Sixth and
Commercial was taken up under the direction
of Street Supervisor Gorman, yesterday, for
repairs. The portion taken up was found
to be so full of sediment as to completely
stop the flow of water.
There are several suspicious characters
in tho citj'straugers who evidently think
they have entirely escaped the notice of
our policemen. They are spotted, however,
and notwithstanding their show of "busi
ness," are closely watched.
A rcciphering of receipts and expen
ses puts a better showing on the Jockey
Club's celebration account. We learned
from the secretary yesterday, that there will
be no deficit to make up. Upon that re
sult we extend congratulations.
Dr. Arfer's condition continues to grow
more and more critical every day. The old
gentleman is very weak and very deaf. He
is at perfect ease with himself, Imt impa
ticnt for the end, which cannot, unless all
signs fail, be delayed much longer,
Another one of the '"horse cases" that
between L. II. Myers and the city, will
come on for hearing before Squire Robinson
to-day. The decision in the first case, that
was withheld for iurthcr advisement, will
be given by the Squire, at 9 o'clock this
Tracts of land and town lots are sold
every day, by collector Hodges, at prices
varying from if 3 to 100. A full board of
buyers has attended, so far, nnd quite all
the offerings were taken. Sale every day
Sundays excepted, commencing at !J
o'clock p. ra.
The brothers Atwcll, who were fined
$3 cacli by Squire Comings, for an assault
upon Valentine Resell, avow a purpose to
tako nn appeal to the Circuit Court, and
from thonco on and upward to the highest
Court in the land, if, meanwhile, they fai
to obtain what they conceive to bo justice
The Province, published in GalcS'
burg for circulation iu tho diocese of
Springfield and Quincy, says that Mr. II
II. Candcc, Cairo, is the treasurer of tho
endowment fund of the diocese of Spring
Held. Subscriptions for the endowment
and support of the episcopate, can bo sent
directly to hira.
Tho individual who supposes tho beau
tiful pink tingo iu the lemonado ho buy
from irresponsible dealers, is produced by
use of claret wine, or the
extract of rasberrics, etc., is quite ignorant
of tho tricks of the time. The color is im
parted by a use of analine a virulent
poison. On the 4th Instant a younir man
called at Healy's drug store tor a supply
of that kind a coloring matter, and Mr. H.
refused to soil it to him. Theyouug man
declared that children wouldn't buy his
lemonade unless It was colored, and there
fore sought for hU "dyestutrs" ehwwhera.
THE DAILY" CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MOliftmtt, JULY' 10.
Tf ir 1,B true that persons have been poison
ed by tho analine absorbed from stockings
that had becu colored with it, the effect of
pouring tho poison directly into the stom
ach cannot be othtrwiso than exceedingly
hurtful. Give tho "pink-tinge" lemonade
tho "go-by." Don't touch it.
William Law and Ben Johnson aro the
names of a pair of sooty-liucd Zulus, who
thumped each other quite soundly Tuesday
night. As an intimation that such carryings-on
are not tolerated In Cairo, Squire
Comings fined William and Benjamin tho
gum of $5 and incidental expenses. No
The United Brotherhood of Friends
a much-named organization among the col
ored men of Cairo has obtained permis
sion to use St. Mary's park on the 3rd and
19th days of August. It is tho purpose
of the members of tho Brotherhood to in
vite the public to unite with them and ob
serve the days named, in feasting, speech
While Mr. William Sextou was pass
ing George Stetler's boat, yesterday, the
vtcious dog on the boat dashed out, and bit
Sexton quite severely. Very promptly Mr.
S. repaired to Squire Robinson's office and
swore out a "death warrant" against the
dangerous brute. It was this same dog
that bit young Thomas, on Monday hat.
Before this tiino tho savage beast has been
Now that St. Mary's park is becoming
a popular place of resort, it should be sup
plied with a permanent pavillion. A close
costly enclosure is not called for. A floor
50 by 50 feet, covered by a projecting roof,
well supported by cheap columns, the
whole surrounded by seats, wonld prove
very acceptable indeed, as well on the oc
casion ot big demonstrations as at other
Warren Wims filed his bond as police
man, yesterday. A better selection could
not have been made from among the colored
men of Cairo. Availing himself of op
portunities that nine out cf every ten colored
men would have thrown away, he learned
to read and write, while serving as janitor
of the public schools, and to fit himself for
the position to wluch he is now promoted.
He will make an honest and conscientious
With an incompetent pilot, un overload
of fuel, etc., the government war steamer
Wauchusett. managed to stick on a bar
aboue Vicksburg. Relieving herself, the
vessel returned to Vicksburg, from whence
the Captain telegraphed to Washington ad
vising an abandonment ot the trip! If
there were a will on board that craft to
come to Cairo, it would not be a difliculf
matter to find a way; but the probabilities
now are that the trip will be abandoued.
A resident of the Fourth ward, find
ing his sleeping quarters too close, divested
himself of his outer garments, plants his
rocking chair on the edge of the sidewalk,
and himself in tho chair, he sleeps there in
the chair, he sleeps there soundly, the night
through. Thus far nobody has bounced a
brick off his head, or sought to "make him
afraid" otherwise. But for a snorer as
the getter-up of nasal tornadoes, commend
us always to that out-door sleeper. He
can "beat the -world."
Sometime last May ouc Belle Banks
complained to Squire Comings that a col
ored barber, then iu the city, had cursed
uud villifled her most shamefully. The
barber left the city, and service was not ob
tained upon him until yesterday. Belle re
cited her story to the Squire, but it was lit
erally ribboned by the barber. The Squire
concluding that Bullc had been instigated
more by spite in -J resentment than by law
ful cause, compelled her to pay the cost of
suit, and sent thuhnrbcr acquit.
Governor Alien and James Jones, col
ored individuals, met in Cincinnati many
months ago, and separated without con
cluding the quarrel iu which they engaged.
Night before last they met in Cairo and
picked up the threads of the quarrel they
dropped in Cincinnati, and were making
matters exceedingly warm for one another
when Chiet Lallue pounced upon
them, and lodged them, for the night, in
tho city cooler. Brought before Squire
Comings, yesterday, that officer named 3
and costs as the solace our outraged laws
required; but as neither defendant could
respond, both were ro-jaiicd.
The nomination of John Sheehan for
tho position of police constable, failed of
confirmation by a vote of 4 to 4. Dick
Taylor failed of confirmation by a vote ot
(I to 2, Wright's and Woodward's being tho
only affirmative votes. Andrew Cain's
nomination as City Jailor was confirmed by
a unanimous voto. Alderman O'Callahan
voted against the confirmation of Warren
Wims tho balance voting affirmatively.
The voto on John Tyler's confirmation
stood ayes 0, nays 3. What changes or
modification of present police arrangements
will bo worked by these appointments, wo
are not, at this writing, prepared to say.
A colored woman named Harriet
Wright, came in from Horse Shoe mills,
yesterday, bringing her two children with
her. Finding tho police headquarters, sho
made a stump speech, demanding, in a
loud voice, to know, then and there, what
provision the city intended to make for her.
Sho had tried to make a living for herself,
and failed, and she now notified tho city,
that she and her children must bo provided
for. Her troubles wero enough, without
being compelled to hunt around for bread
to 'stave off starvation. Her husband
nan oeen k ed at tin pn
Cairo inclino on the' 18th of Uar
April, and ever since then sho had known
nothing "but troublo und satisfaction."
Sorry was sho to see tho day that partod
her from her old master, and nil sho now
asked was to be sent back to him In Uuion
City. Once there she would bo taken care
of." What disposition. was finally madoof
Mrs. Wright we did not learn. Her hus
band, as stated by her, met a frightful death
at the East Cairo incline, last April.
Jailer Mahoncy will surrender tho
keys of tho city calaboose to his successor.
Andy Cain, to-day. After several years serv
ice Mr. Mahoncy leaves his position with a
consciousness of having performed his duty
faithfully and well. Not a breath of sus
picion, to our knowledge, has been breathed
against Mahoney's honesty and integrity us
a public officer; and not a single individual
of the several hundred he has held in con
finement, has ever complained of unkind
treatment, or of tho quality and quantity of
the food and drink he supplied to the pris
oners." He was, to the full length ami
bleadthofthe meaning of the term, a
With tho thermometer ranging at 92
in the shade, and about 20 degrees higher
in tho sun, we might ask the sympathy of
of our more northern cotemporaries, but
for one fact. There is a constant breeze
that comes sweeping, sweeping through tho
hall iu which we write, that necessitates
the use of heavy paper weights, to keep
our papers from hurtling away toward the
rising placo of the mowing sun. This
breeze is caused by the difference in the
temperature of . tho waters of the Ohio and
Mississippi rivers, and is not, therefore, of
an evanescent nature; but constant, never
ending. It is the one great saving feature
cf the Cairo summers. The difference in
temperature of the waters of the two
rivers is probably 10 or 12 degrees.
Blackberries are coming into the mar
ket quite freely, and although twelve and
a'half cents per quart is a stiff price for
tuem, it affords but niggardly pay to thoe
vho pick them from the bushes and bring
mem to market. The nearest patches are
about eight miles from Cairo; but the best
thickets cannot be reached uudcr nine or
ten miles. The berries being small, it is a
good half day's work to pick three gallons
of them. A day's time is consumed, and
sixty cents in money expended in bringing
the berries to market. Hence the net pro
duct of a day and a half of hot, exhausting
outdoor labor is ninety cents. But,as the coun
try offers but few opportunities for money
making, and ns the time of children can be
utilized in the picking, tho bushes are
usually stripped of their bcrriesjas fast as
the berries ripen.
Let us hope, now, that the bone of
contention that has hitherto distracted the
city council, has been removed by the ap
pointment of Tyler and Wims as police
men and Andy Cain as jailer, that the fa
ture of that body will be a harmonious one.
In the hope that such an end would soon
be brought about, The Bulletin has "held
its peace," refraining from criticisms, even
denunciations that would certainly have
lwumt expression, Lad the issue given no
promise ot such a conclusion. And now
that it is known that the council is com
posed of element that are oasily antag
onized, let the members ut :rll times keep
that fact in view. To rush tm a breaker
when you know where it lies, is inexcus
able; and now that the ground plan of a
good understanding has been agreed upon,
the people will have but little patience with
While walking in the western portion
of the Fourth ward, night before last, one
if our citizens espied a respectably dressed
Ih!(! man, lying prone upon the sidew dk.
Ascertaining that the man was not intoxi
cated, the citizen asked to be informed
vhy he hud sought such a place at such a
time, etc. The stranger, in a tone of voice
flat vouched for the truth of his state
nunts, said that he was sick, had been on a
hunt for the hospital, but found himself
unable to proceed a foot further. He had
come from some point on the upper river,
and striking tho woods above Cairo, had
wandered around therein, sick, bewildered
and lost, four days nnd four nights, during
which time he had partaken of no food.
The citizen supplied tho stranger with a
cup of coffee, which served to rally him
considerably. IIo was then directed to the
hospital, and is now nn inmate of that in
stitution. Noticf. On and after July 1st, tho prices
at my shop will lie reduced to the following
figures: Shaving, 10 cents; hair cutting,
25 cents; shampooing, 25 cents.
Hair nnd whisker dying in proportion.
Grateful to my old. customers for their
past favors, I ask a continuance of the
game, assuring them as well as others who
may wish to call, that all work will be
done in first class style and workmanlike
Shop on Eighth street, west of Alexan
der County Bank. J. Geo. Steiniiol'sr
The Finest Shop in tho West w the
new barber shop just opened by Win, Alba,
opposito Paul Shuhs' drug store. It must
bo seen to bo appreciated. Always clean
towols, keen razors, cool breezes and polito
workmen. A polito porter is always ready
to use tho brush and bhek your boot for
5 cents, no need to havo them blacked in
tho stroet. Prices of work as follows:
Shaving, 10 cents; haircut, 23 cents; chnm.
poolng, 2 cents; other work in proportion.
. . . i . ... .
Caiuo, July 0, 1870.
Totlie Editor of Ibo Bullotlu:
. My remonstrance to tho shop owners and
butchers has not produced the desired effect.
Neither has our energetic chief of police
published his manifesto declaring that the
law prohibiting tho occupying of more than
four feet of the sidewalk for the display of
dry goods, green groceries nnd skinning of
beeves must in future, be obeyed, and I
once more rush into print and ask, why? I
am certain nine-tenths of the citizens who
arc compelled to use Eighth street,and Com
mercial avenuo between Seventh and Ninth
streets, will back mo when I assert that the
blockading ot theso sidewalks is an infer
nal nuisance, and it is the duty of tho chief
of police to requiro the slurp-keepers to
abate it, and this without the citizens being
compelled to call an indignation meeting
and detailing their grievnuccs. Tho qucs
tion is, will he do it?
The recollection cf the indignities put
upon me by the impudent grocer and burly
young butcher makes me hot, and this
matter shall cot rest until you refuse to al
low me the columns of your paper, when I
will quit in Discust.
AT THE PLANT EHS' HOUSE.
Jno. Pigron, Blandville, Ivy.; V.Vandem
edound wife. St. Louis; Mrs. Wilson
Thompson, Paducah; W. Bonner, Metropo
Us ; Stay, Lowell, Mass ; R. Hict
man, Ullin; C. C. Bird, Huntingburg, Mo.;
Jno. II. Forman and Mis. II. Forman,
Memphis; T.T. Lewis and B. F. Lewis,
St. Louis: C. G. Bradley, Carmi; F. A
PrickctteandS.il. Haynes, Carbondale;
Miss A. B. Dean, Paris, Tex.
Fkom the Shreveport Herald: Success.
Dr. Huggins was more than successful, ex
tracting over 200 teeth in this city, on the
24th (Saturday) before the public on the
levee. They all declared that it was little
or no pain. He will repeat the same 4cm
of operations on next Saturday, and the
beauty of it is without pain or pay.
"DEW DROP IX"
And satisfy yourselves that the only real
ly first-class barber shop in Southern Illi
nois, is next door to Korsmeyer's ciga:
store on 0th street, near the Levee. It is
there where you will find elegant and com
fortable furnishings, and skilled and court
cous workmen who confessedly stand at the
very head of their profession. To-morrow
(Monday) morning the prices will be re
duced, as follows:
And nil other work proportionately low
KLEE! KLEE! ICE! ICE!
Ice at wholesale anil retail all throng!
the season. Wagons run regularly to al
parts of the citv. 0ce and Ice Box
next to Bristol's grocery on Eight street
The-best Lake Ice always on hand.
ATTENTION EVERYBODY ! !
Prices for everything are down, and to
be up with the times, the undersigned has
established the following prices at his shop
on and after this date:
IIaih Cuttinc 23c
By placing his prices at a figure proper
tionnte to the decline in other fields r
labor, he hopes to continue receiving the
patronage of his old customers and many
new ones, and assures one and all that l.i
work will be done in a prompt and effi
Shop No. 58 Ohio levee, 2 doors above
the Planter's House, between Fourth nm
Sixth streets. Geo. Wise
kii, Ice Wholesale and Retail in
large or small quantities. Wagons wil
run daily to all parts of the city, delivering
pure Luke Ice in such quantities as cus
tomcrs may iiesire. Liuve orders at my
residence on Seventeenth near Commercial
at Sargeants, on Eighth street, or address
me through the post-ofhec.
Envelops printed nt the Bulletin office,
if 1.00 perM. Envelops furnished nt St
Louis wholesale List prices for the next 30
11 pound Old Barry Letter Heads.
ryt " " " Note Heads.
5 " Linen Letter Hoods.
2H " Liucn Note Heads.
The DE9T quality of paper at prices of
the cheapest grade.
H pound statements all colors.
10 pound Bills Lading.
14 and 10 pound Bill Heads all sizes.
Extra super white Envelopes at St. Louis
wholesale prices. Printing $1,00 extra.
Ruling ami Binding, all kinds at TnE
Notice. to all whom it may concern
The Cairo Bulletin will pay no bills con
traded by any of Its employes, or any ono
connected with the Bulletin, unless tho
same is made on a written order signed by
myself, and the order must bo attached to
tho bill when presented, and no contracts
for advertising or job work are valid unless
flic sarao aro endorsed by myself.
E. A. Burnett.
The hummer, dhouoth is tho dread of all
good butter-makers unless they havo
lound out that by using Wells, Richardson
& Co's Perfect Butter Color, the golden
color of June can bo kept up. It Is rec
ommended by dairy cxperfs everywhere, as
the best color known.
BUOOV AND HARNESS
. ... . ...4 nnnrlv new
Ido bar open Ww- Apply at the Bulletin umce.
nATRO f!TT FttttRY CO.
THREE fcG STATES.
On undafter Monday, Juno 10, the boat will mako
the followlDK trip;
LIAVE LEAVE LEAVE
Foot Fourth t. MUiourl Land'g. Kentucky Ld'g.
7 a. m.
d a. a.
11 a. ui.
t p. iu.
4:U p. m.
It a. m.
8 p. m.
T:HO , m.
9:W &. m,
11 :40 a. in.
ft:) a. m.
8 a. m.
14 a. in.
4 p. in.
WHOLESALE WISES AXD LIQUORS
JJt SMYTH & CO.,
Wholetale and Retail Dealer in
Foreign and Domestic Liquors
Wines of all Kinds,
NO. CO OHIO LEVEE.
MESSP.S. SMYTH 4 CO. have constantly a lart-e
utock of tue het cooda in tho market aud kIvh
epeclal attention to the wholesale branch of the
JJNTERPRISE SAVINGS BANK,
Chartered March 81, 1T.C9.
OFFICE IN CITY NATIONAL BANK,
INTEREST pa!d on di-polt March lt and Hep.
tt-mlwr 1st. lutcrett not withdrawn i added im
mediately t the principal of the dopolt, tucrvhjr
giving thi-n compound interet.
Eff" I'UlMren ami married woiwnuiay deposit
ruonry and no one the ran draw it.
WALTER HYSLOP. Tkeasukek.
rpiIE CITY NATIONAL BANK,
W. V. HALLIDAV. Pr. id-l:t.
H. L. HALLIDAV. Vld-1'r..idtut.
WALTEH UYSLOIN C-h!er.
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HKXBT L. IIALUIMT, B. II. 1 1 NMM;I.K,
O. 1). WILUAM'tlN, UtrllEV BMIU,
H. II. CAXDII
Exchange, Coin and United States Bond
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
D-;o!t received ar.d a ci-ucra! bukiug bunjcM
K0EHLER BROS., I'ropi ii-toi ,
Ccrni-r Wth!rirtnr Avenue niv! El.-i.t Street and
Comer Eiwi-ntb ai:d Wa-l:iuB-!oL Ave
A Ml and complete ripply of the het -f a!)
kinds n.iut u'..va uu baud
poll METROPOLIS AND PADUCAH.
The Elegant .Sldewhwl I'uMccger Hteamer
ZM CHAMPION a
A..I. LIRD Clerk
Leave Cairo every afternoon at it o'clock, fur
I'udiicnh, .Metropolis aud wav latdinux. hir
freight orpui-i-aise apply to !0L. A. bILVElt,
THE ANCHOR LINE.
iru For New Orleans. SSi.
James O'Neii Master
Friday, July 11, at ip.ni.
W. P. IIALLIDAY.
Monduy. July It. at ip. in.
FOR MEMPHIS AND VICKSBURU.
(.leunns W. Lennox Mister
Tuesday, July 8. at 5 p.m.
CITY OF VICKSBURG.
It. K. Riley Muster
Thursday. July 10, at 5 p.m.
JNO. B. MAUDE.
V, II. Bloke Master
Saturday. July ), at 5 p.m.
John Crane Muster
Sunday, July 1:1, at ft p.m.
FOR ST. LOUIS.
JNO. B. MAUDE.
W. II. Blake Master
Tuesday, July 8, at 3 p. m.
John Crane Master
Wednesday, July 9. at 5 p, m.
JOHN A. SCUDDER.
Pibm Calvert. Master
Thursday, July 10, at 5 p.m.
CITY OF HELENA,
Isaac McKhe.... Master
Friday, July 11, at 5 p.m.
CITY OF GREENVILLE.
A. J . Carter. m asl er
Sunday, July la at ft p.m.
Coghlll. ..... .. . . . . . Muster
Monday, July 11, at noou.
wtarAoat Nom5t,0n PP'y 10 AocuorLln9 0fllce.
Capt. TIIOMA8 W. SHIELDS, 8upt.
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