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J U. BRYANT, M. D.
OFFICE: Eighth and WoiUtnsUm Avenue.
RESIDENCE :-Corner Nineteenth and Wash
r H. MAUEAN, M. P.,
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
Office 110 Commercial avenue. Reiddcnce rorner
Ko'riueutb St. aud Wunutuirton avenue, 1 atro.
T R. SMITH, M. l).
OHIcp unit Residence :
NO. 21 TUIRTEENTII STREET. CAIRO, ILL.
R. 12. W. WIIITLOCK,
Omris-No. lift Commercial Avenue, between
Ktchth nnd Ninth Streeu
pR. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICE-Elghth Street, near Commercial Avenue.
Notary Public and Conveyancer.
OFFICE: With the Widows' and Oorphans' Mu
tual Aid Hocletv. .
J IXEGAK & LANSDEN,
OFFICE No. 118 Commercial Avenue.
E. H. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K. R.
Mall 4:05 a.m. Mall 3 li a.m.
Express 2:00 p.m. 1 Express. 6.) p.m.
CAIRO & VINCENNESR. H..
Mall 10:00 p.m. Mall 4: -m-
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS H. R-
Express t:19 p.m. I Express .8:4! a. m
AecomMation.lO'.rj u.m. Accom'dution.l2:!p. m
CHICAGO. ST. LOVIS AND N EW ORLE AN 9 H.R
Xail 5:30p.m. Mail. 5:0) a.m.
C. A. & T. RAILROAD'
Texas express... 2:40 a.m. I Texas express. 2.15p.m
Accommodat'n. .S:30 a.m. I
r GENERAL DELIVER open .:: a.m.; closes
T ii.Min.m ; Suudnv: S to fl a. m.
Money Order Deparimeut open at Sa.n.; closes
Through Express Malls via Illinois Central and
Mississippi Cuntral Railroads close nt 12:30 p. in.
Cairo and Poplar llluff Through and ay Mall
Closes nt 1S:.:U). m. . , , ,.,
vr,iv Mnli via Illluols Central. Cairo and Mn
cranes and Miss.ssippi Central Rnllroads close at
Way Sa'.l far Narrow Gauge Railroad closes at
Cairo and EvanivWo River Routo closes at :00
p. m. caliy (except Friday).
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY
Only Morning Daily in Southern Illinois
Cairo. 111.. July 11.1S79
Time. Bur. Ther. llum. Wind. Vil Wcnt'iicJ
:4 a m 8.1.01 7ii 82 N.E.
ll:Oi) " 80 00 8ti Itt K. B
i-.m p.m .( b't 5'i E. It
S:4 " 8'J!W C. 59 N.K
Maximum Temperature. 8HO; Minimum
newture, 72; uaimau, u.ov men.
W. II. RAY.
Sers't eisual Corps, V. S. A.
A DELICIOUS DRINK
Those large pine apple lemonades to lie
found at "Ticket Office Saloon" two doors
above the Planters1 House. Trice ten cents.
Tub Finest Snor in the West is the
new barber shop just opened by Wm. 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, no need to have them blacked in
the street. Trices of work as follows:
Shaving. 10 cents; hair cut, 25 cents; cham
fooing, 25 cents; other work in proportion.
A Regclar Hack leaves the St. Charles
Hotel daily, at 8 a. ra., and 1 and C p. tn.,
for the Court House, running up Levee to
tsixth Street; Sixtli street to Commercial
avenue; Commercial to Twentieth street;
up Twentieth to Court House. Returning
down Washington aveuuc to Eighth; out
Eighth to Ohio levee, and down the Levee
to St. Charles Hotel. Fare each way. or
part of the way, 5 cents.
Notice On and after July 1st, the p rices
ut ruy shop will be reduced to the following
figures: Shaving, 10 cent' ; hair cutting,
25 cents; . shampooing, 23 cents
Hair and whisker dying in proportion.
Grateful to my old customers for their
past favors, I ask a contintinnco of the
name, assuring them as well as others who
may wish to call, that all work will bo
done in first class style and workmaulike
Shop on Eighth street, west of Alexan
der County Bank. J. Geo. Stein house
Notice to all parties concerned:
The assessor's books for the year 1871) are
filed in tny office. The County Board will
meet next Monday, July the 14th, to hear
all complaints touching the same. All in
terested will govern themselves accord
ingly. SAM'L J. IICMM,
July 11, 1879. County Clerk.
The Vert Latest From Conrad Alba's
barber shop next door to Korsinoyer's
" cigar store on 0th street, near the Levee.
Prices reduced to suit the times.
Sua visa ...10c
His shop is cool, clean and elegantly
, furnished; his ro.ors keen; his workmen
' courteous, polite and skilled. His toilet
articles of the finest and work done always
OUR LOCAL VARIETY.
There was a fearful dullness in the
local item market yesterday.
Mr. Jacob Biggie, ot Unity, is in the
city, attending Probate Court.
Give Charley Henderson your orders
for archery goods, bow?, arrows, etc.
Trof. Alvord's family have moved into
t'.ic Wm. II. Morris cottage" up town.
Read notice of sale at auction, of tine
furniture at ten o'clock to-day at residence
of Tom Winter, on Eighth street.
The attendance of country people upon
the court yesterday was slim; but will be
greatly increased by the arrivals to-day.
For the first time for several years, all
three of our courts are in session at the
same time : t'.ie Circuit and County Courts
and the County Commissioners' Court.
Collector Hodges sold about forty more
town lots, yesterday, and has quite a num
ber yet to dispose of. The sale is a thing
of daily occurrence, commencing' at 2
o'clock p. m.
The Hibernian tiro company announce
a grand ball and supper in their hall, on
Thursday evening the 17th instant. The
hall is well ventilated, and cool in the hot
I C.W. Henderson has mado arrange
Iments with Horsman of New York by
I which he can furnish to our archers, archery
goods of all descriptions, bows, arrows,
quivers, targets, etc., at manufacturers'
There wa3 no yellow fever talk yes
terday, in any part of the city. Our citi
zens have evidently determined to take a
practical,' common sense view of matters,
and not to talk themselves into a panic ih
advance of any danger.
C. R. Woodward and his daughter
Tenny, left the city for the East, on Satur
day evening last. Mrs. Woodward will
follow her husband on Wednesday. The
family, or these three members of it, will
be absent several weeks.
The Thebes Normal school and Teachers1
Institute, under the direction of Mrs. P. A
Tflvlnr rmintv sunenntendent. is still in
- - J -J . .
session, and will continue uutil about the
first of August. At its closo applicants tor
teachers' certificates will be examined.
.TiiJm Yocum's county court or
rather the probate side thereof convctiei
yesterday morning, and at 6uce commenced
an examination into the unsettled atl'airs of
dead people. What he did yesterday and
may do to-day, will be duly chronicled in
Everybody is invited to attend the ball
and supper to be given on Thursday even
ing the 17th instant, by the Hibernian fire
company. Every arrangement to render
the occasion a grand social success, is be
ing perfected, and the invitation is "rome
Horsman's celebrated Bows and arch
cry implimeuts are obtainable right here at
home of C. W. Henderson. We are told he
has alrealy orders for an $9 Lancewool
backed with Beefwood -a $3.00 Lanccwood,
C. feet; a $3.00 self Lancewoo l 5 feet, and
several dozen arrows.
Thousands of persons have their eyes
turned towards Wall Street. That is where
thousand of dollars are made, daily from
investments ranging from 30 to $230.
The reliable brokers, Alex. Frothingham
Si Co., 12 Wall Street, New York, send
their Financial Report free, which explains
Mr. Obetly's fourth of July oration
was not published in The Bulletin be
cause, although published in the Chicago
Times, it escaped our notice altogether. As
it did not appear in that paper on thcfl fth
we kept no lookout for it in later issues.
We now learn it was published in the
Times of the seventh.
Dr. Huggins, the great traveler, anti
quarian, lecturer and magician, left Cairo
yesterday evening, for Paducah. We com
mend the Doctor to our brethren of the
Paducah press as an extensive and liberal
invester in printer's ink as an intelligent
gentleman who fully comprehends the ad
vantage of judicious advertising.
The Metropolis Democrat suggests
that the overworked editors of Southern
Illinois congregate at Dixon Springs for
the purpose of recuperating their wasted
energies. It is a pleasant tiling to contem
platea week in the mountains of Tope
county, with a half hundred rollicking ed
itors; but It proves monstrous rough on the
The Mechanics and Workingmcn of
Cairo are hereby notified that a meeting
will be held thU evening at the cooper's
shop on the comer of Twenty-first and Com
mcrcial, at half-past 7 the object of the
meeting being to raise means to assist our
striking brethercn in St. Louis. All work
ingmcn of Cairo are invited to bo present
By order of the Committee.
Commander Wilson, of the war-ship
Wauchusctt, writes to Mr. II. II. Candee, of
this city, that his vessel will so regulate
her movements as to be in New Orleans in
about two weeks where she will remain un
til further orders. Meanwhile if any of tho
seventy young men who expressed a long-
ing tor "a life on the ocean wave" are stil
in that humor, Mr. Candee will forward
their papers to Capt. Wilson, and otherwise
assist them ia achieving the ooject of their
.very laudable ambition. We have seen it
stated that St. L-ms has no bus than fifteen
hundred boys who were anxious to enlist
tut?. DATLV DAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MOKMNtf, JULY"
la the service. IMt M w uuruuua oi
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tho vesicl's presence will bo lacking it is
more then likely that about 1400 of them
will back out.
The Argus learns that Judgo O'Mel
veny's daughter, Emma, who was to have
been married on the 24th of Juno, was at
tacked with diphtheria on tho 21st, so vio
lently that the family feared that they
would be called upon to mourn a death in
stead of celebrating a wedding. She
passed the crisis, however, and will get well.
The Judge lives in Los Angclos, Califor
nia. , Three or four hundred persous gather
ed in the park Sunday afternoon, expecting
to witness the walking contest between
Stites and Brown; but the intensity of the
heart or some other cau.se suggested a post
ponement of the walk until after dark. The
crowd after supper was a considerable one,
but not so large as in the afternoon. The
walking match came off, and Brown was
Circuit Court convened in this city yes
terday morning, with Judge Harker on the
bench. The most of the-day was given to
the work of putting the machinery of the
court iuto full operation. It is quite likely
that, by the next term of court, the circuit
will be apportioned among the Judges, and
each Judge assigned his particular coun-
t f At. . 1
ties. In that event it is prooaoie uui
Judge Baker will fill the bench in his, own
The Board of County Commissioners
convened in regular session, yesterday
morning. The Board will probably remain
in session several days, duriug which time
parties aggrieved by an over-assessment of
their property will be patiently heard. Ob
jections should be stated in writing and
filed at once, that the Board may act upon
them when time best serves that purpose.
Minutes of tho proceedings will appear in
The Bulletin, in due season, in official
We shall never have the difference
settled until the walking match 'of Sunday
evening is repeated. B. started in 100 feet
ahead of S. and came out about 500. feet
ahead. The walk came off in the shadows
of the evening and the friends of S. claim
that B's victory was accomplished by run
iug. B's friends deny this and declare he
is the better walker ot the two. Where
there exist such diametric difference, how,
without another contest, can the public
form a satisfactory conclusion?
The Massac county horse fair will be
held on the 3th, flth, 7th and 8th of next
month. Purses are offered for running,
trotting and pacing animals, mules ami
horses, all ages, and different distances.
The purses are necessarily small, but the
man who wins them will be nothing out of
pocket, and will have oceans ot excitement.
We take it that O'Donncll and Robert
Smyth will enter Harlem and Harry, and
bring to Cairo all the pulses offered for
trotting animals and mile and half mile
Our fellow citizen, Mr. Moses Fuss,
has an undue share of domestic afflictions.
Within a comparatively brief space of time
he has been called upon to mourn the death
of his wife, then his youngest child, and a
day or two ago he received in
telligence of the death of his son
Lewis, tin exceptionally bright boy,
who died in Gayoso, Mo., on the last day of
June, from an attack of brain fever. Sev
eral weeks before Lewy had received a se
vere blow on the head, and to that cause
his sickness and death are ascribed.
The total of improved farming lands
in Alexander county is about three thous
and acres greater this year than it was last;
but the aggregate valuation of lands re
mains about the same as it was in 137.
Unon Cairo town lots there has been
reduction of about one hundred and twenty
thousand dollars. The aggregate of the
taxable personal, property is also diminish
ed greatly. But all these reductions will
not bring the total within a half million
dollars of the equalized valuation of last
year, as fixed by tho State Board of Equali
Considerable alarm is felt in those por
tions of Kansas where negro exoders do
plentifully abound, lest the germs of yel
low fever carried thither in bedding and
otherwise, become active mid cause an out
break of the yellow fever. Tho nlarm is
certainly not causeless. To germs kept
nlive in bedding the recent outbreak of the
fever in Memphis is ascribable, and it is not
at all likely that the "refugee" lroni Vicks
burg and other infected localities were care
ful, before starting out, to thoroughly disin
fect their old bed-ticks. It is not a practice
to which "poor trash" while or black, is
We direct tho attention of those whom
it may concern to the advertisement of tho
Southern Illinois Normal university, which
we publish in another column of this pa
per. Without accepting as true or brand
lug as false the many charges that are be
ing urged against tho Normal just at this
time, we cau urgo as facts that cannot bd
gainsaid, that tho locality is a healthy one;
that tho buildings and their appointments
are as complete as money aud a thorough
knowledge of tho needs of such institutions
could reude'r them; aud that the methods
employed and discipline enforced in the
normal departments arc such as the experi
ence of our most eminent and successful
educators havo found to be tho best. Cer
tain it is that men and women within the
rango of The Bulletin's circulation, who
may iicurc 10 ur incinscm-i for tho profeS
sion of school teaching, are offered, in this
school, the best means for tho
attainment of that end, that are
accesille to them. Tho institution,
'though supported by tho State, is essen
tially an Egyptian establishment, and as
such should havo our patronage and good
It is stated that the 23th day of July,
bciug the centennial anniversary of the
garrisoning of Fort Jefferson, will be duly
celebrated by the residents of the locality,
who, propose to invite the people of Cairo and
surrounding country to unite with them.
About twenty years ago we collected from
Reynolds' Life and Times and other sources
an interesting history of the old fort, which
we will reproduco in The Bulletin, if we
can find it. The .wife of Capt. Piggot died
while the Indians were besieging the fort,
and her body was buried in the enclosure.
For that reason, and the further fact that
ordnance was never removed, much interest
would be given to the proposed demonstra
tion, if the exact location of the fort
could be determined.
Judge Ray, of the Memphis criminal
court, one of the six yellow fever cases, that
developed themselves in that city, died at
0 o'clock Sunday morning. Before the
breath had left his body, his grave had
been dug, and two hours after death his
body was buried. Ho was buried by the
Masons. His son. at hist accounts, was not
expected to live ; and two of the cases that
were reported as intermittent fever, have
since had a fatal termination. This is the
dark side of the picture. The bright side
is that, notwithstanding the intensity of the
weather, no new cases have been reported
since last Thursday evening; many of the
refugees have returned, and tho excitement
has entirely subsided.
A white woman, barefooted and poorly
clad, was seen to reel past the corner of
Nineteenth and Washington, yesterday af
ternoon, quite everybody concluding that
she was drunk. She blundered along a
half block, and then tumbled off the side
walk, and went into a horrible spasm.
Her appearauco and contortions became
simply frightful. In thi3 fearful condi
tion she remained perhaps ten minutes,
the neighbors doing what they could,
meanwhile, to relieve her. When she re
covered it was ascertained that she occupies
a room in the Wilcox block, and is a hard
working, respectable woman. She is said
to be subject to such spasms, but until yes
terday had escaped them for two or three
If the manner in which the quarantine
resolution of Friday evening was enforced,
is a sample ot the future quarantine the
people of Cairo are to have against the yel
low fever, our citizens will stampede the
city on the first approach of a danger.
Three hours after our Board of Health had
declared that no refugee from Memphis
should stop in the city, a six coach train
load of that class of people was moved
through the whole length of the city, and
scores of them took supper at our principal
hotels. It may fie argued that there was no
necessity for the quarantine. Who is to be
the iudiro of that fact? The Board of
Health, by a vote of !j to 1 declared that
such a necessity did exist; and when the
people learn, as they arc learning, that the
orders of the Board are to be enforced or
not enforced, according to somebody else's
notions of the necessities of the situation,
then all confidence in the sufficiency or per
manency of the safe-gaurds that may be set
up, will be lo.it, and safety will be sought
in night from the city. The quarantine
should have been rigidly enforced until the
board raised it. It was not rigidly en
forced, however, and as a consequence of
the failure every man of family in tho city
looks to the future with greatly increased
dread with confidence in tho Board's abil
ity to protect the city, greatly impaired, if
not utterly destroyed.
There is, iu Cairo, a notable lack of
that sort of enterprise that uiauifests itself
in the progress of new buildings and in the
investment of capital in new business aud
manufacturing . establishments. Cairo is
now the grand central objective point of
two thousand miles of direct lines of rail
ways. For a year or more the promised
success of the jetties has given the place
prominence as one of the possible "inlam.
seaports" of the future a possibility that
the war sloop Wauchusctt might have ro
solved into a probability, had the officers
of that craft called the Tom Leathers and
John W. Cannons of tho times, into their
councils. But these considerations seem to
have had no inspiriting effect upon Cairo
energy. Things merely moved on in the
old rut. Citizens havo evinced a disposi
tiou to yield to the demands of the
present; but to trust nothing to tin
future. Such a state of affa irs has b.;en fir
from encouraging; but when we commence
searching for the cause wo are soon led
away from Cairo. We are forced to look
abroad, and, looking abroad wo find that
we are sharing but lightly a prevailing dis
trust ami despondency. Tho number of our
business houses and manufacturing estab
lishtnents are Increasing but slowly, Else
where, except for specific reasons, they are
not increasing at all. The city of Burling
ton, Iowa, hitherto one of tho most prosper
ous of western cities, feels the enervating
touch ot tho titties, and tho leading pupcr
there tells, of tho consequences. 'Thero
is no need," says the Hawkoyo, "of
mincing matters. Burlington is not
goio ahead as it should, nor as a town
with its advantages can go ahead. There
is a fault somewhere. We have had some
bad luck. Some of our best uud most en
terprising business firms have gone to tho
wall during the past two years of depres
sion. There is a feeling of general despon
dency among our people that cannot be
concealed. There may be real causes for it
and there may be none. No city in the Mis
sissippi valley has such natural advantages.
No city in the northwest has better railroad
facilities, No city in Iowa has more solid
capitalists. What then is the mat
And Pckin, one of the oldest
and wealthiest towns of Central
Illiuois, feels tho prevailing paralysis. The
Times, of that city, notes tho dormant con
dition of affairs, ami asks : "Why is this
thus? Is there no energy, cutcrprise or
public spirit left in our people? Can noth
ing be done? Shall nothing be dono to ar
rest the downward progress of Fekin? Man
after man, of a class that no town can spare
has left U3. Many others are about to leave.
Our property is unsaleable, our merchants
stand in their doors and wait for customers
that so rarely come. Our streets present
the appearance of a perpetual Sabbath,
their stillness is so seldom broken by any
move that betokens industry and business,
What is the matter? That there is
wealth here is shown by tho promptness
with which over one hundred thousand dol
lars were invested at a premium in seven
per cent, bonds by our citizens, but a short
time ago. But few places in the state have
as good railroad facilities, as cheap fuel, or
can offer as many inducements to manufac
turers ; our taxes are less than in Peoria, or
nearly any city of our population." Who's
to blame? What's the matter?
Two words embody the answer: Republi
We have reason for hoping, now that
the government engiueer has declared that
Captain Eads has secured a depth of thirty
feet water through the jutties aud twenty
six feet over the bar at the head of the jut-
ties all that Eads agreed to do that the
Cincinnati Commercial and Memphis Ava
lanche will not further insist that the "jet
ties are a failure." It mattered nothing to
these sheets that Capt. Eads had fulfilled
all the conditions of his contract in ad
vance of the promise 1 time in their esti
mation he was simply engineering a great
lailure and a stupendous swindle upon the
government. It mattered nothing that the
government had acknowledged his fulfil
ment of the contract and pai l him money
as he applied for it he was a fraud, and
his jetties a "job" and a swindle." But
now that the government, through the
mouth of its own specifically delegated
agent, declares that the promised
thirty feet hive been secured and that the
jetties are finished we have occasion to be
lieve that, for very shame, if not for other
reasons, the Commercial and Avalanch
will call on tneir Hostile uogs. Hi.e tne
people are r.-jo!cing. amidst the roar of can
non aui sound of music over one of the
greatest achievements of the century, we
can certainly nope mat me oin cryoi "ian-
ure" will not be heard. Until they discover
a new bar six miles below Vicksburg, or
a shoaling of the channel above Tort
Hudson, to charge t) the account of the
jetties, we can reasonably expect that the
Avalanche and Commercial will both ob
serve a discoinfitted huh.
Marrieh At the residence of the bride,
on Nineteenth streets, Cairo, July l:!, by
Rev. G. P. Harvey, pastor of the Second
Baptist church, Mr. Wm. C. Anderson to
Miss Eliza Jackson,
TUESDAY MonxiNr., 0 o'clock, .iulv 13th,
187'J KIOTUTU STHEET BETWEEN WAL
NUT ANIi CEDAR STREET.
OPPOSITE I.OHU'S SODA FACTOR V THE LATE
PROPERTY OF M US. TIIOS. WINTER
Consisting of 1 fine set oiled bed room
furniture, parlor, bed room and dining
room carpets, cotton, top and wool mat
tresses, feather pillows, sheets, spreads,
blankets, comforts, pillow slips, springs;
1 patent bed lounge, Parlor nud rocking
chairs, 1 book case and books, 1 extension
table, table cloths, napkins, etc., 1 cook
and heating stove, window curtains, pic
tures ornaments, I ieo chest, dining and
kitchen chairs, mocking bird, flowers, sil
ver knives and forks, castor and pickle cas
tor, kitchen furniture, etc., etc.
Tom Winter, Auctioneer.
Ice, Ice Wholesale and Retail in
large or small quantities. Wagons will
run daily to all parts of the city, delivering
pure Luke Ico in such quantities as cus
tomers may desire. Leave orders nt my
residence on Seventeenth near Commercial;
at Sargennta, on Eighth street, or address
me through the post-office.
KLEEl KLEE! ICE! ICE!
Ico nt wholesale and retail nil through
the season. Wagons run regularly to all
parts of tho city. Ofllco and Ico Box
next to Bristol's grocery on Eight street.
The best Lake Ice always on hand.
Notice. to all whom rr mat concern:
ThcCairo Bulletin will pay no bills con
tracted by any of its employes, or any one
connected with tho Bulletin, unlc68 tho
samo is mado on a written order signed by
myself, and the' order mustlo attached to
tho bill when presented, and no contracts
for advertising or job work are valid unless
tho samo aro endorsed by myself.
E. A. Burnett.
Cunw Jackson's best Sweet Nary Tobacco.
Tho Cairo & Viuccunts railroad passen
ger train leaving Cairo at 5 a. m., (after
sunrise) makes same connections for Indian
apolls, Cincinnati, Louisville and other
Eastern points as trains of other roads
leaving before daylight, or before sunset of
night before. Going via Viucaunes (tho
only direct line) you avoid what cannot be
avoided by other ..lines; you avoid either
being hauled 100 miles out of your way or
lying two to tweve hours at a little country
depot, waiting for connecting train. At
Viucennes connecting trains are standing at
Union Depot on our arrival, giving passen
gers just time for dinner.
Tarlor car 6eats lroni inccunes and
sleeping car berths from Indianapolis or
Cincinnati reserved on application.
For rates or tickets apply to
L. B. Church, Passenger Agent.
SOUTHERN' ILLINOIS NORMAL UNI-
Caruoneale, III., July 10, 1(7!.
This Normal School will commence its
sixteenth term regular Session on Momluy,
Sept. 8, 187!).
Tho University has had 42'J students the
past year, and since its opening, July 1,
1874, has sent C22 young men aud young
women to teach in the schools of the State.
It has improved and popularize i its
course of study and hereafter will, in addi
tion to granting Diplomas to those who
completo its full course, give certificates to
such as finish satisfactorily the common
branches, and the higher studies,
required by law for first and
second grade certificates.
Our course is acknowledged by the best
educators of Illinois, Missouri and In li ma
to be more specially adapted to pedagogi
cal training than that of nuy other school.
One man who spent a year with us declared
that."hc would not part with the knowl
edge of methods and the drill received '
here for $300."' School Directors often
send to us for teachers.
We have eleven teachers in all the de
partments and classes are in all stages of
Students should bring appointments or
at leasi recommendation from County Su
perintendents or County Ju Iges. They
will be examined after their arrival.
Send for new Catalogue t- the Principal,
Rob't Allyn, LL. I)., or to
James Robarts, M. D
Sec'y of Trustees.
BUUUY AND HARNESS
For sale, s'.tiu'le set of harni-ss nnl a ue.ir'.y 1 1
side bar open imty. Apply at the Rull.-tiL nrt'.te.
AS WE SOON INTEND TO MAKE OUR
purchases of winter goods, we are de
termined as a means of ilosin? out our
present stock of seasonable goods, to
I otlVr them at actual first cost, and v ill.
on Monday next and until further no
tice, have marked down iu l rit e out en
tire stock of Clothing uud Gent's Furn
This is boua-flile, and to convince
yourselves, we desire j our personal in
spection. Our stock is fresh, seasonable, tylih
and of the bet makes in the market,
and we would advise an early t ali be
fore the stot'k i- broken, to avail your
selves of the extraordinary offer.
GOLDSTINE & EOSEXWATEli.
131) & 140t'oiin;iercialAe.
poll METROPOLIS AND PADUCAH.
T1k Eli-sant Sidewuee! I'assetner S vwr
Leaves Calm every iifli-iT.mil ai 3 o'clock, fur
Piiduciili. .Metropolis tid av liuullli., lor
frrljit or pn-i-iiue apply to (0L. A MLVER,
THE ANCHOR LINE.
For New Orleans.
Jamks O'Nza Mauler
Friday, July 11, t sip.m.
W. P. IIALLIDAY.
Gould .M inter
.Monday, July 11. nt ip. m.
FOR MEMPHIS AND VICKSBURG.
Okoikik IV, Lknnox
Tuesday, July t, at S p.m.
CITY OF VICKSBURG.
R. II. Riley
iiiuri(iiiy, jiuy iu, at o p.m.
JiNO. B. MAUDE.
W. II. Uliiko MiiHtar
Saturday, July i, at 5 p.m.
John Crano Mnnter
Sunday, July 1:1, at 6pm
FOR ST. LOUIS.
JNO. B. MAUDE.
W. ll.Dliike M4or
Tueiduy, July 8, at 5 p. in.
John Crane ; Master
Weduef day, July 0, at S p. m ,
Fi.km CAt,wT. , Master
Tliurfdny, July 10, at 5 p.m.
CITY OF HELENA, '
Idaao McKsi... Mantor
Friday, July li, uts p.m.
CITY OF GREENVILLE.
A.J. Carter....... Master
Sunday, July i$ at i p. m.
Jloudny, July 14, at noou.
For all Information apply to Anchor Lino Offlco,
Capt, TUOMA8 W. SHIELDS, Supt.