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J H. BRYANT, St. D. ,
orFICE: EltfUUi and, Washington Avenue.
RESIDENCE i-OoruiT Nintloenth and Wash
Inctoa ' '
H, 31 ARE AN, M. D.,
Homeopathic Physician ami Surgeon.
nr. 11.1 r-rtncii'fcVal avenue. Residence corner
Fourteenth St. and Washington avenue, l atro
YjT R. SMITH, SI. D.
Office mid Residence :
!voi SI THIRTEENTH STREET. CAIRO. ILL-
U. E. W. WIIITLOCK,
Cirrus-No. 13fi Commercial Avenuo. between
Elubth and Ninth Streeu
pR. W, C. JOCELYN,
OFFICE-ElchtU Street, coar Commercial Avenue.
Notary Public and Conveyancer.
OFFIt'K:-Wlth the Widows' nd Oorphana' Mu
tn) Aid Society..
-jINEGAR & LANSDEN,
, OFFICE No. U3 Commercial Avenue.
R. R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R.R.
THMNRnmvB. ; ; trains depaiit
Mall 4:03 a.m. Mall 2
Express 2:00 p.m. Express 8:00 p.m.
CAIRO & VTSCENNES R. K-
Mall W:00 p.m. Mail 4:45 a.m.
CAIRO & ST. Lonsn.R.
Express 5:10 p.m. (Express.. ..... ,8:45ft-"J
Accom'datlon. 10:45 p.m. Accoia'flation.l2:p. m
CHICAGO. ST. LOCIS AND NEW ORLEANS R.R
Mall 5:50 p.m. Mall 5:00 a.m.
C. A.4T. RAILROAD'
Texas express... 8 :40a.m. I Texas cxpres.8:15p.m
Accomtnodat'u.. 8:30 a.m.
C GENERAL DELIVERS open :) a.m.; closes
T Htttn.m.! Suudav: 8 to 9 a. m.
Money Order Department open at 8 a. m. ; closes
l n in
Through Erpross Malls via Illinois Central and
KissBstppi I'esxrai Kmiroaus ciose ni is.o v
Cairo and Poplar Blufl' Through and Way Mall
Closes ai lyi.AMi. m.
Wnv Mall via Illinois Central, Cairo and iu
eeunes and Mississippi Central Railroads close at
" way f;r Narrow Gaugo Railroad closes at 8
Cairo nr.i Evansville River fouto closes at 11:30
p. m. dahy (except Friday).
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY
Only Morning Daily in Southern Illinois
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Maximum Temperature. Wi Minimum Tem
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Serc't Signal Corps, U. S. A.
A DELICIOUS DRINK.
Those large pine apple lemonades to be
found at "Ticket OlRcc Saloon" two doors
above thc.Plantcrs' House. Price ten cents.
Tue Finest Shop in the West is the
new barber shop just opened by Wm. Alba,
opposite Paul Snubs' 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 bhek your boots for
f cents, no need to have them blacked in
the street. Prices of work as follows:
Shaving, 10 cents; hair rut, 25 cents; cham
pooing, 25 cents; other work in proportion
A REon.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
avenuo; Commercial to Twentieth street
up Twentieth to Court House. Returniuj
down Washington avenue to Eighth; or.
Eighth to Ohio levee, and down the Levee
to St. Charles Hotel. Fare each way. or
part of the way, B cents.
Notice On and after July 1st, the prices
at my shop will be reduced to the following
figures: Shaving, 10 cent; hair cutting
25 cents; shampooing, 25 cents
Hair and whiskcrdying in proportion.
Grateful to my old customers for their
post 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
Shop on Eighth street, west of Alexan
der County Bank. J. Geo. STEixnotrsE
The Vert Latest From Conrad Alba'g
barlwr shop next door to Korsmeycr's
Cigar store on Oth street, near tlio Levee.
Fricei reduced to suit the times.
His shop is cool, clean and elegantly
furnished; his razors keen; his workmen
courteous, polite and skilled. His toilet
articles of the Quest and work done always
. Ica, Ick Wholesale and Retail in
large or small quantities. Wagons will
run daily to all part of the city, delivering
pure Lake Ice in such quantities as cus
toraers may desiro. Leave orders at my
residence on Seventeenth near Commercial
at Sargcants, on Eighth street, or address
nte through' the post-office.
OUR LOCAL VARIETY.
Harry Cormick was in the city yester
day. The Rev. H. C Foote is located in
The Grand Jury will complete its la
bors, and adjourn to-day.
The walking match between Stites and
Brown will not be repeated.
Miss Fannie Alvord left the city Sun
day for her home in Chicago.
Mr. Woodward went no further cast
than Vienna, from winch point he switched
off to Dixon Springs.
Mrs. Chris Hanny and Miss Bandy left
Cairo, Monday evening for Uuiun Star, Ky.,
where they propose to remain several
The K. SI. K. C. have a job of carpen
ter work which they propose to let out to
the lowest bidder. For particulars see lo
cal notice elsewhere.
John Pollock's kit of carpenter tools,
raffled off the other evening, were won by
Thomas IIen9clwood, ' he having luckily
thrown the highest number.
The SIcComb's wheels have just un
dergone repairs of an extensive and compli
cated character a work that necessitated
the services of workmen from Chi
cago. The arrangements perfected by the
managers of the Hibernian ball and sup
per, fixed for to-morrow night, ought to in
sure the presence of all the young folks in
Mr. Creole Christman will leave the
city to-day for Fredonia, Kansas, where
she will spend the balaucc ot the summer
with her son Willie, in the hope that she
will recover her health.
We bear that the State Board of Health
will hold a meeting in this city to-day to
consider of the necessities of the present,
and the probabilities of the future. Our
local board will doubtless be present.
Country produce of all kinds, is com
ing into the city abundantly, including
considerable wheat, and enough green up.
pics to produce a genuine case of cholera
morbus in every family in the city.
A supper that will include all .the sub
stnntial as well as the luxurious edibles of
the season, will constitute one of the attrac
tions of the Hibernian's ball, to-morrow
evening. It will be a festive ailair, and
everybody ought to be there.
At a practice game, Mondsy evening,
two members of the Center Archery club
made a score of thirty-six, with eight ar
rows. This is fair, but by no means extra
ordinarily good shooting. It shows, how
ever, a very creditable progress.
The steam thresher is still abroad in
the country. Mr. B.igly's machine threshed,
cleaned and sacked about fourteen hundred
bushels, in the vicinity of Oimstead Mon
day. In Alexander county the greater part
of the threshing has been performed.
Our friend Clarke feels assured that
whatever material ills may befall him, he
has in bis herbal remedies, collected in
jaunts in the distant territories, in Mexico
and on the shores of the Pacific treasures
that are priceless. TnE Bulletin hopes
he'll realize a fortune from them.
We have cuaght rumor that the K. M.
K. C, feeling disposed to encourage or in
tensify the walking mania will offer a purse
of twenty-five dollars, to be taken by the
swiftest three mile walker why may con
tend for it. The contest will come off, it is
siid, on the afternoon of the 25th instant.
Quite a number of our married citi
zens have sent their wives abroad to spend
the summer. And the poet who wrote of
such virtuous men as follows, still lives:
Oh. naughty men, think not to cheat
The public when you say
"My life Is now a dreary black
My wife hu gone away!"
The Grand Jury inspected the coun.y
jail, yesterday, and decided that the estab
lishment was in good condition and well
kept.' Like all other Grand Juries, how
ever, it denounced the vcntillation of the
jail as villainous because of the clumsy
construction and architectural stupidity in
volved in the erection of the building.
Judge Green leaves the city this morn
ing for Shnwneetown, where ho will con
duct the defence in the case of the People
vs. Logan Belt, under an indictment for
murder. 'What manner of man Belt is, and
what sort of scenes have been enacted in
Hardin county of late years, arc indicated
In the Belt communication to be found on
our editorial page.
Immense herds of cattle are going
forward just now, by way of the Illinois
Central. The company's lare yards here
nre filled and emptied again every day or
two. The work of loading and unloadin
is going ou almost continuously. As late
as 1 and 2 o'clock In the morning tho "buy!"
"huy !'' of the drovers who hurry the hornei
quadrupeds into tho cars can bo heard al
over the city.
Pat O'Donnell, living near Witt, Illi
nols, has produced the champion crop of
wheat in the state, this year, unless Uniou
county can beat it. On sixteen acres of
ground ho raised seven hundred and forty
bushels of prime wheat, the yield being
equal to forty -six bushels and a quarter to
an acre. He writes us that tho crop
throughout Central Illinois will average
thirty-thrco percent, better than that of
last year. Sir. O'D thinks ho has produce
the largest yield from sixteen acres that
J has been produced this year anywhere, an
CAIRO BULLETIN; WEDNESDAY MOKINIW, JULY; 1C. lbTP
ta.i,w!,,,arfrrtiimarinv' notes wmi iann-
its who have reaped extraordinary crops
from patches of ten acres or more. We are
strongly inclined to the belief that Sir.
O'Donnell will hear of fifty bushels to the
acre, when all the returns from Southern
Illinois come in.
The terrific screaming that was heard
all over the city about 9 o'clock, last night,
may be charged, to the account of a negro
woman whom Schuckcrs and Duukcr were
escorting to tho jail. She was brought
from her home, near the corner of Sixth
and Commercial, and fought and screamed
the whole distance, biting a finger of one
offieers quite severely. Sho was arrested
for fighting her husband. As sho was not
drunk, tho shrieking can bo charged to no
other account than that of pure cussedncss.
The Chicago Times inveighs heavily
and forcibly against wooden pavements as
agents for tho creation and maintenance of
poisonous fumes that are not only terribly
destructive of young life ; but are a con
stant invitation to such epidemics as yel
low fever. What is true of the Chicago
wooden pavements, is true, to a less extent,
of the Cairo sidewalks that rest upon tho
ground. The decaying woods, combined
with animal and vegetable matter that ac
cumulates under tho walks, aro exceeding
obnoxious to health.
The members of tho Delta City band
will afford much pleasure as well as a grate
ful means of pastime to the undersigned,
and our citizens generally, by giving open
air concerts from the music stands provided
for that purpose, as often as may suit the
convenience of the band, the oftencr, the
better: Egbert Smith, G. E. Olmsted, D,
J. Foley, Amos Dennis, G-orgc W. Hen
dricks, A. Comings, W. H. Schutter, Yt . R.
Smith, John Sheehan, John II. Robinson,
SI. W. Parker, and many others. The par
ties named c?n safely assume that they
speak for our citizens generally.
The oard of Health held a meeting
yesterday, and raised the quarantine. The
following resolution, which we regard a
very timely and sensible one, was intro
duced by Alderman Paticr, and adopted
by the Board by a unanimous vote: l,Re-
solved that a competent person be employed
in each ward, to make a thorough and sys
tematic inspection of all lots, outhouses, and
premises in the city, to report tiie results of
their exan.ination to the Slayor, nnd to no
tify all persons that they must thoroughly
cleanse and disinfect such places as may be
held not to lie in a good sanitary condition.
The impression that the Memphis
Howards never published a detailed state
ment of their rqciepts and expenditures
during the' yellow fever epidemic of 1379,
is erroneous. The publication was made,
in tedious detail, and we have not heard it
objected that the exhibit was faulty in any
particular. Tho apprehension that the
North will again be called upon to lend a
helping hand to the South has excited in
quiry in that regard, and w are glad to be
able to state that the Howards of" Slemphis,
and as far as we know, ot the whole South,
exhibit clean palms.
Two colored women, Julia Jones and
Slary Lee commenced quarreling Slonday
morning, anil, with an occasional exchange
of billets of stove wood, kept up the quar
rel until noon, when the police being in
tormed of the racket, admonished the irate
pair to keep ;uiet or they should be ar
rested. And then quiet reigned in that
Warsaw until 12 o'clock Mond ly night,
when Julia and Mary again came to the
scratch. The same epithets and like
missiles were used until the neighbors again
complained, when the police took the ill
onditioned p'lir under arrest, and yester
ay, Squire R iV.i.snn fined them, each f",
nd cost of t!i'; proceeding.
The outgoing pasengi-r train Sunday
evening, witli livl Leavit in charge oi tue
engine, r in a over a nesrro woman at Villa
tidgc, and tore hor all to pieces. The wo
man was seen on the trick and was duly
notified of the'eoraing of the train by all
the Usual signals; but seemed to be rooted
to the spot in which she stood, making no
liscernable effort to me herself. The
engine was promptly reversed and the
brakes whistled down, but it was impossi
ble to check up in time to avoid the catas
trophe. Tho woman was knocked down,
horribly mangled and killed, outright.
The train stopped, aud remained on the
ground for sometime. Tho woman was a
resident of the locality; but our informant
had forgotten her name.
The subject of the election contests be
tween Nott and Foley, Winter and Thistle-
wood and Rittenhouse and Linegar was
brought up before the county court, yester
day, and laid over until Tuesday of next
week. It will bo recollected that somo
time ago parties to one ot the contests, ac
companied by their respective lawyers, vis
ited theclerk's office, and demanded of Sir.
Foley that ho place the poll books, tally
sheets, ballots, etc. into their hnnds that
they might prepare testimony for tho trial.
Sir. Foley relused to produce the returns,
insisting that ho had no notice, that ho was
bound to recognize, that tho parties apply
ing for tho papers, wcro parties ton contest,
and that if they might open and inspect the
returns, any other party ot men who might
chooso to call themselves interested In liko
manner, might do tho same thing; that, In
short, if tho election returns were subject to
such overhnulings, they were likcwlso sub
ject to any changes, alterations or erasures
that bad men might chooso to make, even
to the purloining of a portion of tho papers.
Sir. Foley, taking this view of tho matter,
refused to deliver the returns without nn or
der so to do from tho Judge of the County
Court, before whom tho coutests woro pond-
ing. The question thus sprung was
brought to tho attention of the court, yes
terday, the Judge deciding that Sir. Foley
was right which opinion is coroborativo of
our own, expressed when the issuo was first
Our readers will recall an Item in The
Bulletin of July Oth wherein we spoke of
n Kentuckian being found cn the railroad
track, minus his watch and chain, worth
about $100, and something over $100 in
cash, which, It is said, he had won at tho
Cairo races, by betting his money on tho
Cairo nag. The thief so obscured the
cities that it was some time before any rea
sonable theory could formed. Officer
Sheehan being a firm believer in the adage
that murder will "out," or rather that the
best laid plans, etc., uft gang aglee, etc.,
kept a constant lookout for the culprit or
culprits, and quite recently 6truck what he
believes to be the correct trail. Ic is a re
markably will hidden track that .Sheehan
fails to discover.
We saw, yesterday, about the Illinois
Central cattle pens, moving hither and
thither, without any protection whatever
trom tho sun, an individual evidently of
the order "Texan" and species "heavy
weigut." lie would nave puuea down tlio
scale at 300, and he cared as little and com
plained less of ouriiinety-eightin the shade,
as the average Cairoite does for 88. We
eyed him as he actively moved about in
the broiling sun, for a quarter of nn hour or
more, feeling quite certain that he would
finally develope himself into a first-class
case of sun-stroke. He was not, however,
on that line of development, Seeing him
take his hat from his head, and hearing him
remark, while wiping the perspiration from
his forehead, "now this is rctreshing, for a
fact it3 simply glorious," we concluded
that sun-strokes that couldn't muster at
least 1G0 degrees of vigorous heat, wouldn't
drive him even to the protection of an um
brella. Several of the Slemphis refugees that
were transferred from tho steamer gufl' to
the C. & V. railroad protested that the ca
pacity of the boat was so overcrowded that
a considerable per cent of tlio male pas
sengers were compelled to go twenty-four
hours without food; that the boat bad
cooking and feeding facilities for seventy
passengers, but having over six times that
number on board, the men, who had to de
fer to the wants of the women and children,
fared rather scantily. The officers did all
that men could do to make matters tulera
able, although iu view of the tremendous
crowd that piled on board, theycould prom
ise nothing. Quite a number of the refu
gees would have returned home, but for the
fact they had puid their passages through
to Cincinnati, and hoped by going forward
to strike a cooler belt ot climate. They
protested that, after receiving the previous
day's news from Slemphis, they were not
impelled forward by any fear of the yellow
lever. The crowd was not composed of the
bon ton of the Bluff city, by any means.
The great majority of both men and wo
men seemed to be persons from the middle
walks of life mechanics, small traders and
well-to-do working men.
In the Probate court, yesterday, the
following claims were allowed against
the estate ot Win. 31. Atherton, deceased :
Ed Martin, of 7th class 117 20
St ration & Bird 1225 2'J
CO. P.itier IS 135
James Benson 4 05
T. 31. Moss 05 90
R. A. Ryal 4 00
.I.M.Craig 52 59
H. O. Surirent
T. W. Hiiliday
J. W. Irby
W. I). Parrot 10 00
P. Sullivan t Bro 250 30
J. B. Reed 00 10
Hopegood & Co 159 00
Against the estate of James Lawrence,
deceased, the following claims were al
lowed, viz :
T. 15. SR2W., 4th class $ 22 02
I. B. Vick, 1st class 24 85
Hazlewood & Durham, 7th class. . 93 05
L. D. Palmer, 7th class 29 05
J. W. Renfro, 7th class 29 00
Mark Provo, 7th class 0 50
The claim of Becker Bro's tor $9.20
against the estate of W. T. Bccrwart, de
ceased, was allowed, as of 3rd class. Tho
report of Sir. Geo. Fisher, administrator of
this estate; was examined and approved.
At 0 o'clock court adjourned until 8 o'clock
in the morning.
Ten Cents Worth. It you want a neat
smooth shave for ten cents, or a fashionable
hair cut for 25 cents, or anything else in
the tonaoiial line, remember the pbico to
go to is Henry Schick's, No. 142 Commer
WIRE SCREENS, FURNITURE, ETC.
Furniture manufactured and all kinds of
repairing done, at my shop on Commercial
avenue, between Eleventh ana lwcltth
streets; also all kinds of cabinet making to
order. Slattresscs manufactured to order
and kept on sale. Repairing nnd uphol
stering dono on short notice, I have a
good supply of walnut moulding and wiro
cloth for screenB,to be made up in the latest
and best stylo. Prices very low.
SIabried At tho residence of the bride,
on Nineteenth streets, Cairo, July 13, by
Rov G. P. norvoy, pastor of tho Second
Baptist church, Mr. Wm. C. Anderson to
Miss Eliza Jackson.
THE EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE
SOCIETY OF THE UNITED STATES
MAKES THE FOLLOWING ANNONCK
MEXT TO THE PUBLIC:
The dissatisfaction which prevails
throughout the community with regard to
onerous conditions contained in life assur
ance contracts nnd tho judicial decisions
based thereon, together with the public in
dorsement of the liberal usages of this So
ciety, as shown by its largely increased
business, has led tho management seriously
to consider whether tho contract could not
be simplified nnd certain conditions erpsed
therefrom which have been tho subject of
much criticism and misconception.
After a careful examination of the ex
perience of some of the best companies in
Great Britain, who have shown a greater
liberality than has been customary in this
country, this society feels justified in adopt
ing n form of contract iu which tho follow
ing important concessions arc made to pol
icy holders throughout tho United States:
1. Policies will ba made incontestable
after three years from their date.
2. Each ordinary policy will provide for
adeflnate surrender-value i:i paid-up assur
ance, in case the policy is forfeited after
three years from its date.
3. Each Tontine policy will contaiu a
definite surrender-value in cash, in case of
withdrawal at tho end of the tontine
4. The contract will be concisely and
clearly expressed, containing only such
provisions as are necessary to protect the
5. Th above concessions will hereafter
inure to the benefit of all policies already
issued and in furce, after, three years from
their dates respectively.
KLEE! KLEE! ICE! ICE !
Ice at wholesale and retail all through
the season. Wagons run regularly to all
parts of the city. Ofiice and Ice Box
next to Bristol's grocery on Eight street
The best Lake Ice always on hand.
Notice. to all whom it mat concern
The Cairo Bulletin will pay no bills con
tracted by any of its employes, or any one
connected with the Bulletin, unless the
same is made on a written onkr signed by
myself, and the order must be attached to
the bill when presented, and no contracts
for advertising or job work are valid unless
the same are endorsed by myself.
E. A. Bcrnett.
DIXON SPRINGS. ILLS.
These springs will be opened June 10th
under the management of the new propric
tors, who would respectfully announce that
they have been thoroughly repaired. Over
thirty new cottages and new, large and
capacious dining rooms have been built,
furnished entirely with new furniture, new
bed ing, spring mattresses, etc. The springs
are situated in a high and healthy locality,
surrounded by magnificent scenery; and
their, medical qualities, not excelled by any.
are too well known to need any comment
They are supplied with an abundance ol
ice, refreshments and amusements usually
found at summer resorts. The best of fare
and strictest attention to the comfort ot
guests is guranteed all f r the small sum
of $3 per week. Special rates to tanrilies.
L R. Bhow.n tfc Co., Proprietors
Slay 25th, 179
11 pound Old Barry Letter Heads.
" J ore heads.
" Linen Letter Heads.
" Linen Ncte Heads.
The iiest quality of paper at prices of
the cheapest grade.
5) pound statements all colors.
10 pound Bills Lading.
14 nnd 10 pound Bill Heads all sizes.
Extra super white Envelopes at St. Louis
wholesale prices. Printing $1,00 extra.
Ruling and Binding, all kinds ntTiiE
A Card. To all wlio are suffering from
the errors and indiscretions of youth, ner
vous weakness, early decay, loss of man
hood, &c., I will send a recipe that will cure
you, free of cnAiioE. 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
The Best Butter Color for darymen's
use, summer or winter is that made by
ens, Kiciiardson iv vo., uumngton, t.,
and called "rertocted. It gives the per
fected June tint, nnd does not injure the
butter as does the crude annatto and prep
arations nyide from it.
WITEREAS, William W. Thornton and Martha
M, Thonilou, by tln'lr certain Trnt Deed (luted
MuytlioiMh. A. D. HiT and recorded Iu the Record
ers oiiicc in Alexander County. Iu Book "V. Pae
4HI, i ud a did convey to the undi-rlued as Trustee
the premises hereinafter described to secure the
payment of seven promisor? notes for tho sum of
one luounanu inmij miliars each anil uayanie re
spectively Iu four (4) live (5) six Oil seven (7) elyht
inj uiuo v) ami leu i uu yeui s Imin Uate, with inter
est nt the rate of ten per cent per annum, payable
semi-annually from (lute aud whereas tlve (5) of said
notes are uuw due and unpaid with interest ou
sumo from tho s!,Vh of May A. 1). 1ST4 to this date.
And whereas the Win holder or said notes has
culled upon the iinderslL-ucd to sell tho premises
hereluuller described to satisfy said notes aud Inter
est. Now therefore In pursuanco of tho tormn of
sum ueeooi rrust tno umiersinea will,
ON WEDNESDAY TIIK MTH DAY OF Al'OCST.
A. D. 1SIU
between the hours of ten (10) o'clock A. M.. and 5
o'clock 1. M. of said day, on tho premises herein
after described In tho city of Cairo, Ills., proceed
to sell at public vendue to tho hluhost bidder for
cash, the following described Real Estate to-wtt
Lots number nlna mmm i1i1inl.u-,.n im twclvc(13)
and thirteen (IS) In block number sixteen (W lu
the first addition to the city of Culro, Illinois.
platted by tho Trustees of Cairo C'ly. Property,
situated In the County of Alexander. linn?''-"J '
a'l the rltfhts and equity of redemption of the sm
William W. Thornton and Murtha M. Thornton his
wife, their heirs, executor, administrators, and as
signs therein, to satisfy said trust aud all costs ana
expenses of exeenttuii the same . .-.,,,
EDWARD A. WILSON, Trustee.
Springfield, til., July ma, WTfc .
The Cairo & Vinccnnes railroad passen
ger train leaving Cairo nt 5 a. m., (afttr
sunrise) makes same connections for Indian
npolis, Cincinnati, Louisville aud other
Eastern points as trains of other roads
leaving before daylight, or before sunset of
night before. Going via Vincennes (tho
only direct line) you avoid what cannot bo
avoided , by other lines; you avoid either
being hauled 100 miles out of your way or
lying two to twevc hours at a little country
depot, waiting for connecting train. At
Vincennes connecting trains are standing at
Union Depot on our arrival, giving passen
gers just time for dinner.
Parlor car seats trom Vincennes and
sleeping car berths from Indianapolis or
Cincinnati reserved on application. i-
For rates or tickets apply to
L. B. Church, Passenger Agent.
The K. M K. C will receive bids fur the coo
struttionof a dunglnst floor until June 17th. Plaua
and specifications to lie seen at McNulty's store.
BUGGY AND HARNESS.
For sale, llnsle set of harness and a m arly new
slue bar open bany. Apply at the Kulktlu office.
AS WE SOON INTEND TO MAKE OUR
purchases of winter goods, we are de
termined an a means of closing out our
present stock of seasonable goods, to
offer them at actual first co ri, and will
ou Monday next and until further no
tice, have marked down !n price mr en
tire stock of Clothing and Gent's Furn
This U bona-nde, and to convince
yourselves, we desire your personal in
spection. Our stock is fresh, seasonable, stylish
and of the best makes in the market,
and we would advise nn early call be
fore the stock Is broken, to avail your
selves of the extraordinary offer.
G0LDST1NE & ROSEN WATER",
.133 4 HO Commercial Ave.
pOR METROPOLIS AND PADUCAH.
The Elegar.tSidewhecl Pav-nzer Steamer
A. J BIKD
Lfaves Csro t-try aftt-rLcf n at 3 o'clock, for
Paducah. Vvtropoils i:nd uy landing- Fur
frelk'U or patKiiu apply 'o suL A. &ILYEK, -
THE ANCHOR LINE.
JflSu'Vav New Orleans. JSTfri
JOHN A. SCUDDER.,
Plem Calvert Ma-ur
Frldar, Julr IS, at 10 p.m.
Monday, July 21, at ip.m
FOR MEMPHIS AND VICKSBURG.
CITY OF HELENA,
Naac McKek ....Ma-tor
Tuesday. July 15. at 5 p.m.
CITY OF GREENVILLE.
A. J. Carter Master
Thursday, Ju'.y IT at !i p. m
Saturday, Juiy P. ut 5 p. m.
John Cr"iEc Ma-ti-r
Sunday, Ju'.y 2. at 5 p tu
FOR ST. LOUIS
Tuesday, Ji'.y 13 at 5 p in
John Crane MseK-r
Wednesday. Ju!v 11. at 5 p m.
CITY OF ALTON.
II. U;xly.. Mu.ter
Thursday, Juiy 17, at noon
GtonoE W. Lennox Ma.-'er
Friday, Ju'.y 1. at 3 p.m.
CITY OF VICKSBURG.
R. K. niley M;it r
Sunday, July if), at i p m.
T. S. Davidson Master
Mouday, July ,1, at noon
For all Information apply to Anchor Lino Office,
Wharftioat No. i.
Cait. THOMAS W. SHIELDS, Supt.
QAIRO CITY FEKRY CO.
TIIEEE tsUkl STATES.
On and after Monday, Juno IC, the boat will make
the follow lug trips:
LEAVES LEAVES LEAVES
Foot Fourth st. Missouri Land's. Kentucky Li'g.
7 a. m.
V a. n.
11 a. m.
3 p. m.
4 iSO p.m.
0 a. m.
3 p. in.
7:30 a. m.
9:30 a. m.
11 ::M a. m.
S SO p.m.
11:110 a. m.
3::;o p. m.
8 a. m.
10 a. m.
3 p. m,
5:30 p. m.
STOVES AND TINWARE.
wonssR m ,
Tin, Sheet-Iron and Copper.
COOKINGr & -HEATING
Tinware and Hollow ware of everv
Bocrwarfs old stand, oa Elhth street.
CAIRO, ... . Illinois!
Rooflnc and Otlttnnno .nuclnlt All Irlnria
of work skillfully and promptly performed and
prices made satisfactory. .
Master ( i