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II. BRYANT, M.'D.
'OFFICE; Eighth and Waihlngtou Avonuo
jlUCSlDENCEt-Corncr Nineteenth and Waih-
II. MAREAN, M. D.,
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
men 14ft Commercial tvenno. Holdonco corner
rr, SMITH, M. D.
I Office and Residence :
SO. Si TIIIRTEENTU STREET. CAIRO, ILL.
R. E. W. WHITLOCK,
I OmcE-No. M Commercial Avenue, between
lithtli and NlniU Strceu
J)R. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICE Elghta Street, near Commercial Avenue.
I4 Notary Public and Conveyancer.
' OFFICE :-Wlth the Widow' and Oorphana' Mil
i tnat Aid Hoci-ty. ,
I JJXEO&ll & LANSDEN,
; OFFICE-No. m Commercial Avenue.
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ENERAL DELIVERS open .:X0 a. m.-, cloeea
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Money Order Department open ut 8 a. m.; closes
. mt K r. n,
Throiiuii Express Mall via Illinois Central and
Mississippi Central Railroads close at l!i:30 p. rn.
Cairo and Poplar Blull' Thro-JuU aud Way Mail
closes at Yi:v p. in. . , ..,
wv Mull via Illinois Centra!. Cairo and in
cennJs and Miss.sitppl Ccutral Railroads close at
" Wily Mi.! fc: Narrow Gauco Railroad closes at 8
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Cairo f.sd EvausvlUe River Houte close at 11:30
p. m. cai.y (o.tcept r riaay)
THE DAILY BULLETIN
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY
Only Morninj Daily in Southern Illinois,
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Serz't Signal Corns, 0. S. A.
Ten Cents Woiitii. It you want a neat
Bmooth sliavc for ten cents, or a fashionaMo
hair cut for 25 cents, or inythinf else in
the tonsorial line, remember the place to
go to is Henry Schick's, No. 142 Commer
The Finest Shop in the West is the
new barber shop just opened by Wm. Alba,
opposite Taiil Shuhs' drug store. It must
be scon to be appreciated. Always clean
towels, keen razors, cool breezes and polito
workmen. A polite porter is always ready
to tue the brush and bl-ick your boots for
5 cents, no need to have them blacked in
the street. Prices of work as follows:
Sharing, 10 cents: haircut, 25 cents; cham
pooing, 23 cents; other work in proportion.
A Reoulah Hack leaves the St. Charles
Hotel daily, ut 8 a. m., and 1 and C p. m.,
for tho Court House, running up Levuc 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, and down the Levee
to St. Charles Hotel. Fare each way. or
part of the way, 5 cents.
NVrrcK On and after July 1st, the prices
at mynhop will bo 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 customer? for their
paht favors, I usk a continuance of the
ame, assuring them as well as others who
may wish to call, that all work will be
done in first class stylo and workmanlike
Shop on Eighth street, west of Alexan
der County Dank. J. Geo. Stf.iniiocse
The Very Latest From Conrad Alba'u
barber shop next door to Korsmeyer's
cigar store on Oth street, near the Levee.
.Prices reduced to suit the times.
His shop is cool, clean and elegantly
ftlrnishpd; his razors keen; his workmen
courteous, polite and skilled. His toilet
articles of tho finest and work done always
KLEE1 KLEEi ICE! ICE!
, , Ice At wholesaloand retail all through
, the season. Wagons run regularly to all
parti of the city. Offlco and Ico Box
next to Bristol's grocery on Eight street.
The best Lake Ico always on hand.
our local variety:
The Thomas McAuliTT murder case has
been set for trial, in our Circuit Court, on
Thursday of next week.
The Street Supervisor will call around
for that ljt.50 substitute' road money in
about ten days from this time.
We have received ono club of eighteen
names, cash with list, tor The Weekly
Bulletin. This may be taken as evidence
that crops are beginning to move.
Merrimia, the second ward assistant
Health officer says that the ratch of ground
between Eighth street and the old Vulcan
works needs the special attention of cur
sanitarians and shall receive it.
Dr. Ranch arrived in the city; yester
day, but as the other members of his
botrd were not here, no meeting was held.
He left by tho Narrow-gauge at 10 a. m.,
for Anna, to consult with Dr. Wardncr.
Horses in service in the sun should
have their heads protected by a hat, shade
or wet sponge. The poor creatures suffer
intensely at best. Not to protect them as
suggested is to imperil their lives, every
Mr. Wood Ritteuhouse, in common
with many other citizens, is suffering from
an 'unmanageable attack of diarrhea. Ho
I contemplates an early visit to Crittenden
Sulphur Springs, unless, meanwhile, he
We are told that on Monday night one
of tho members of the ''Married Folks
Archery Club," shooting thirty yards, the
arrows made a score of thirty six. making
eight hits out of ten and putting two ar
rows m the gold,
William Young and Scott Harris after
a faithful service to the Illinois Central, iu
the capacity of firemen, were cxamiued the
other day, and promoted to the position of
engineers. They are held as entirely wor
thy of the promotion, by those "who know
them. k ,
WhiloFrankSwoboda's hack was stand
ing at the 10th street pump, about 10
o'clock yesterday, the horse attached fell as
If in a fit, from the effects ot tho sua. Ho
was finally brought around by a liberal use
of cold water, and a little blood-letting,
and then taken home.
The thermometer at the incline, yes
terday, under the river bank, iu the shade,
but subject to an intense .glare, stood at 119
degrees. The average of therniometres in
tho homes and business houses was about
00. In the absence of the breeze the hear
was almost insufferable
C. W. Henderson will receive aa in
voice of bows, etc., about Saturday, from
Horsman, of New York, among the lot is
aa J 3.00 backed bow, gentleman's, and a
$7.00 backed bow, ladies' and a number of
self Lance and Lemnwood bows. Give
your orders to him.
Don't forget the Hibernian ball and
supper to-nfght. Anotlur opportunity to
trip the fantastic may not be afforded dur
ing the season. The invariable success that
has attended the reunions of the Hiber
nians is a sufficient guarantee that the pres
ent affair will be all that the most ex
acting could desire
It is quite impossible for a coutradic
tion to overtake aud demolish a falsehood.
About tea days ago the story went abroad
that Mr. Ober'.y anJ otliers had purchased
the Illinois State Register. The contra
diction w as promptly made the next day.
The story is still going the mctnls. but the
contradiction seems to have fallen ilat at the
first quarter post.
The Hibernian hall, where ' the
ball will be given this evening, is the most
tin roughly vcntillated hall iu tac city, and
is pleasant in the hottest of weather. A
splendid s'ring band, ami popular prompt
ers have been engaged, ami a sioa of
pleasant pastime and healthful enjoyment
is thus guaranteed to all who may partici
pate. A bountiful supper will be spread on
the first rV.or.
Samuel J oliuson, Richard Hodges and
Thomas I hirst were proven guilty of the
charge of petty larceny, iu the circuit court,
yesterday, and sentenced to six day's ' con
finement iu tho county jail, and to pay the
costs of suit. These are the fellows who
stole six dollars trom mi old gentleman
named Mack McEwen, while lie was taking
a snooze in tho vicinity of the Cairo anil
Yinceuues freight depot. Tho theft was
committed on the Oth instant.
Tho People's .Journal has about one
hundred aud fifty Cairo subscribers. It is
a monthly paper, and arrives with marked
irregularity. Ver' promptly after the de
livery of ono month's issue, about half tho
subscribers commence inquiring for the
next, and these inquiries are kept up con
tinuously nil through the month. If the
publisher can fix upon n regular day of
publication ho will relievo the Cairo post
master of tho necessity, perhaps, of hiring
Margaret Stuart, alias Red Mag, whoso
fancy for crimson colors amounts to a pas
sion, had a visitor, yesterday, in tho person
of ono Albert Alexander. Mug had occa
sion, during Albert's stay, to step in tho
back room for a drink of water. While
out Albert opened the bureau and abstrac
ted Mag's supply of specie. Returning to
the room.sho saw her ''thirty cents lying tho
oa bed" and supposed Albert had been rat
tling that. Two hours later, and after Al
bert had been gono a half-hour, Mag exam
ined her burcau'and found her ready wealth
had been stolwi and carried wav. B-itis.
fled that Albert Alexander was the theif,
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN:.
she repaired to tho office ot Squlro Osborn,
and secured a warrant. Albert will proba
bly be called to account this morning, Tho
amount Involved is only a tw dollars,
A couplo of tho men at tho round
house use oatmeal ico water. Yesterday
a lusty, thirsty tramp picked, up their
pitcher, and before his purpose was dis
covered lie had drained tho last drop of the
forenoon's supply. Tho tnon were "up Bet"
about it; to knock tljo tramp down would
not refill the vessel, hence, remarked one
of tho parties, l,wo could only stand
quietly by and see tho d d loafer saunter
off, sloshing in his stomach our hnlf gallon
of oatmcaled ico-watcr."
Our ex-City Attorney, after ii brisk
walk from Eighth street to tho park, ruado
tho circuit of tho race course, there, in
eight minutes. Ho was dripping with per
spiration, ut tho conclusion of his walk,
which, with the thermoneter ranging at
about 00 in shade, is .not to be wondered at.
Ho walked at the rate of three miles aud
three-quarters an hour the track being a
half mile in length. Beforo wo can boast
of our pedestrian pcfformauc.es this round
must be made in six minutes.
Mrs. Nancy Hamilton becoming en
raged at Mrs. Harrington entered suit
against Mrs. Harrington for the recovery of
a debt of 3. Tho trial came off before
Squire (Jsborn, yesterday, when it was
made to appear that Mrs. Harrington had
paid the debt, a halt dozen times over, per
haps, by furnishincr Mrs. Nancy and her
old man lodging. Squire Osborn, thcrcfo're,
decided that Nancy had no cause of action
had been impelled by resentment and
should pay the cost. It would be well tor
Nancy to study the Crockett adage awhile.
At 6 o'clock yesterday evening the cir
cuit court adjourned over until Friday
morning 8 o'clock. This adjournment is
made to give the attorneys who have un
dertaken the detenco of some of the crim
inals who are to be placed on trial, time to
prepare their cases. As much of the ex
pense of the court goes right on, the same
as if no adjournment had been made, the
''attorneys tor the defence," etc., should bo
compelled to use a little midnight oil in
preparing themselves. It should be an ex
traordiuary case to warrant nn adjourn
incut over a whole day.
At 11 o'clock, yesterday forenoon, the
twenty-three respectable citizens who had
been sitting since Monday, as grand jurors,
came into court, and informed the Jude
that they had concluded their labors;
whereupon the Judge discharged them.
The grand jury is of ju-t about as much
service in the administration of justice, as
salt is iu catching birds. It is an utterly
useless, an expensive and cumbersome ap
pendage of our courts that should have
been abolished long ago. Why it should
require twenty-three men to, file informa
tion against our wrong-doers when one
man might do it better, is a conundrum
that we are not able to wrestle with.
About half past 4 o'clock yesterday
evening, a man named John Campfield, was
setting on the outer ed-rc of the wharf-boat
guards, leisurely fanning himself aud lazi
ly dozing. Giving an energetic whisk nt a
very industrious fly that had alighted on
his cheek, he lurched himself into the wa
ter. He declares that ho went down seventy-five
foot. Appearing at the surface,
he puffed out a gallon of watsr, and swim
ming around the stern of the boat, caught
the friendly pole tho carpenter extended to
him, and reache 1 the shore. It doesn't
take much arguing, now, t convince him
that, however well the outer edge of the
wharf-boat guards may servo other purposes
it is not a first-class dace for dozing.
It was Ca! Harris who raised such a
racket, Tuesday night. A.s before stated
otlkcrs Sehuckers and Dunker arrested her
for persisting in an attempt to chastise her
husband; aud it was while she was being
dragged to jail, that she indulged in such
unearthly shrieks. She was taken before
Squire Comings, yesterday, but expressed
an unwillingness to go into trial until she
could secure the presence of her lawyer
who was, at tho time, engaged in tho cir
cuit court. She also made other asserva
tiocs somewhat foreign to the issue such
as, for instance, that her old man couldn't
get too much beating, as any body would
agree when she added that she peddled her
suit" with his full knowledge! The hear
ing of the case was finally postponed until
A negro man named Sam Talfay, who
is well known in Cairo, was shot ami killed,
not far from Tanni:r'sstore,in MisHoiiri,about
six o'clock, Tuesday evening, by a colored
Baptist preacher, named Stephen Leo.
About half past four, Sam was at the land
ing.whero Mr. Clarke was loading sumo pro
duce, for Cairo. Sum had evidently beeu
drinking. Approaching Mr. Clarke ho re
marked that ho had had n fuss wilh Lee,
and was going to kill him. "Shako hands
with mo Mr. Clnrke, for I'll never see you
agaiu." Clarke observing that the man had
been drinking, paid but little attention to
the throats against Lee's life, although tho
fellow seemed to bo terribly in earnest. A
few minutes afterwards Sam shouldered his
gun and left the river bank. Ho had been
gone less than ten minutes when the report
of flro-nrnis was heard four shots in rapid
succession. Parties present hurried to
tho spot from whence the reports
seemed to come, and found Sam's dead body
lying In tho road. It appears that ho mot
Lee, who was also armed with a gun, and
opened flro on him, discharging both bar
rels without effect. Leo returned ih.j fire
THURSDAY MOKNrN(J, JULY 17, 1879L
with tho result stated, ono charge taking
effect in Sam's brcnBt and tho other strik
ing him in the abdomen. The coroner's
jury that was immediately called to Inquire
Into tho manner of Talfay's death, decided
that Lee had killed him in defense of Ids
pwn life. Tulfay formerly did service in
the Greenfield skill' furry. Although not a
bad man, ho occasionally yielded to tho se
ductions of tho whisky jug. Leo Is said to bo
a quiet, inoffensive black man.
For weeks, now, tho boys of the city
have been in tho habit of bathing in the
Ohio at the foot of the incline, stripping on
the landing barge nnd plunging therefrom
Into tin: river. Plauks, ties, floats of every
description, are taken from the lArge and
transfer steamer to swim upon, and but few
of them are ever returned to their places.
C'apt. McKinney hns remonstrated with tho
boys and complained to the police of the
annoyances to which he is subjected, but all
to very little purpose. The boys continue
to congregate there, nnd patience having
ceased to be a virtue, he has determined to
establish a shot-gun-quarantine, no there
fore wants the boys of the town win arc
old enough to know .what they are about,
to understand that, from this timo forth,
there will, if he can help it, bo no more
swimming frdm the McComb's landing
barge, lie hns tried the grass of admoni
tion, and it availed nothing. He now pro
poses to try tho efficacy of salt and bird
When jailor Hodges visited the jail yes
terday, he discovered thai Little Kid and
Charley Wood, the brace of covies who
stole the watch and jewelry from the
Evansville lady, had sawed a triangularly
sluipea nolo tnrougn the heavy ironing
casing of the floor of their cell. A search
for the implements with which this extra
ordinary job of work was accomplished,
disclosed the presence of a small, badly
worn file, a skate runner and a broken case
knife. The knife had been converted into
a saw, and with that saw the persevering
fellows had cut a hole in the iron plate
large enough to admit of the passage of
a man's body. It had been noticed that,
for several days, ono of the men kept his
his head tied up, and when asked why he
did so, he replied that ho was troubled
with the headache. It was in the bandages
that the file was concealed. Had the dis
covery nrt beeu made, both the rascals
would have been abroad this morning. It
is supposed that r. negro girl who was seen
loitering about the yard, furnished the
prisoners the implements with which they
did their work.
The minds of our ten and twelve year
old boys are running largely, just now, into
the speculative channel. The tops, and
marbles and base balls are being laid aside,
and those who were wont to handle them,
are resolving themselves into street-side
merchants. Upon tables and .boards,
planted in the shade, in all parts of tin
city, can be seen a spread of prize pop
corn, chewing gum, candy, green nppk-,
and, nt odd times, a pitcher of "iee cold"
lemonade. These are the stocks m trade,
and the ten or twelve year old boy of the
most convenient family, is the merchant.
And the number ot nickles these youngsters
gather in during the course of the day is
surprising. There is a feeling of fraternity
among the boys that impel them to patron
ize one- another, to the utter exclusion of
of the better supplied and lower priced
family grocer or adult trader. And the
colored population have a natural penchant
to throw their patronage to the unpreten
tious way-side hawker. These two influ
ences operating to the ail vintage of the
boy merchant, it not unfrcqucntiy happens
that lie has, at the close of the day's opera
tions, enough coins to make quite a musi
cal jingle iu bis cash box.
The men who seem to be ubiquitous
arc the men to whom you owe money. You
owe your tailor fourteen dollars for the suit
of clothes you wear; he needs his money
and you can't pay him. You can never go
to market, to the post office, er elsewhere
without meeting that tailor. If your wife
entrusts you with tho last five dollar bill in
the house, and directs you to buy the Sun
day supply of provisions, that tailor is sure
to be standing by when you get your
change, giving you to understand, by his
looks nnd bearing, that if you can handle
five dollar bills th.st way, it would be only
the decent thing to do to pay him his four
teen dollars. Alf. Burnett or Ole Bull may
have complimented your whole family with
free tickets. If you attend the entertain
tnent, that ever present tailor will be there
to look his surprise that you are able to
pay $4.!50 for six tickets to the show for
two hours' pastime yet you are not able
to pay four dollars and a half on the tour
toon dollars you owe him for the very suit
of clothes you have on your person. A
country friend sends a twenty-four quart box
of strawberries. That unbiqitoiis tailor
will bo at tho express oflicc when you re
ceive it, and look daggers at you for buy
ing berries by tho two-thirds of a bushel,
while he, whom you owe fourteen dollars,
has to cut "close edges" to Indulge in the
luxury of a quart. If your wife follows
you to tho gate as you start out in town, to
remind you that there is not a cent in the
house, and that if you expect nuy supper
you must bring homo tho crude materials
for it on such an occasion tho tailor will
not bo in hearing; but if, two hours later,
you arc carrying homo a four dollar bunch
of bananas given to you by a steamboat
friend, you aro sure as fate to bump up
against that Inevitable tailor. And thus it
is that you n it only moot tho man whyiu
you owe, everywhere; but especially do
you meet htm upon those occasions that are
calculated to impress lnm with the idea
that you don't pay your debts simply be
cause you are a menu man and don't want
to pay. But just reverse the
tables. Tho man who owes your fourteen
dollars for tho broom-corn and white calf
you Bold him, Is never seen, savo under cir
cumstances that utterly disarm nny purpose
you may have formed to dun him. You
come ucross him when he is carrying a soup
bono home for dinner; but don't sec lnm
when, with his family, ho is spending three
lollars in an ice-cream saloon, ho be
comes exceedingly scarce, except upon such
occasions as enable htm to play tho role of
Lazarus. Of course all these meetings nnd
misses aro mere liuppenings--they are the
result of no purpose are wholly unstudied.
They are a part of that total of curious
things that enforced tho philosophic con
clusion that tho greatest mystery to man i3
man. We have stated the facts; conclu
sions can be drawn by the reader.
AT THE PLANTERS UOUsE.
A. W. Linkking, St. Louis; Ben
Charleston, Mo.; R. A. Lowell, St. Louis:
J. 1). Dauvall, Middle Point, Ills.; I). I).
Longford, Hickman, Ky;Miss Ellen Wray,
Capo Girardeau, Mo.; Mis Louise Jackson,
Commerce, Mo.; Samuel Jackson, Vienna;
L. W. Rock, St. Louis; Julius Bourgous,
New Orleans; Geo. Worlhington, St. Louis;
Mrs. Laughlin, Little Rock; Mrs. House,
Metropolis; 0. A. lhrker, Vienna; Jno.
Kcndrick, Cincinnati; Chas. F. Willard,
Jonesboro; L. T. Norman, Boston.
Died ut 5 o'clock p. m., yesterday, at the
residence of Jacob Walter, Louisa Lemm,
ncice of Mrs. Walter, age 22 years and 5
months. Rev. Pastor Knappo will hold
sen-ices nt the residence of Mr. Walter at
2 o'clock this afternoon. A special train
will leave the foot of Eighth street at half
past two, conveying the remains to Beech
Grove Cemetery for interment. Friends
nud acquaintances of the family arc invi
tod to attend.
The Cairo & Vmcennes railroad pasn-n-ger
train leaving Cairo at " a. m., (after
sunrise J makes same connection for Indian
(pOiis, Cincinnati, Louisvi.le nnd vther
Eastern points as trains of other roads
leavirg before daylight, or before sunset of
night before. Going via Vineeunes (the
only direct line) you avoid what cannot be
avoided by other lines; you avoid cither
being hauled 100 miles out of your way or
lying two to tweve hours at a little country
depot, waiting for connecting train. At
Vincennes connecting trains ate standing at
Union Depot on our arrival, giving passen
gers just time for dinner.
Parlor car seats from Vincennes and
sleeping cur ierti:s man liKlianapoits r
Cincinnati reserved on application.
For rates or tickets apply to
L. B. C'jiurch, Passenger Agent
WIRE SCREENS, FURNITURE, ETC.
Furniture manufactured a:;d all kinds of
repairing done, at my shop on Commercial
avenue, between Eleventh nnd Twelfth
streets; also all kinds of cabinet makh.-g to
order. Mattresses manufactured to order
and kept cn sale. Repairing and uphol
stering done on short notice. I have a
good supply of walnut moulding and wire
cloth for screens.to be made up in the latest
and best style. Trices very low.
la;, Icf. Wholesale and Retail in
large or small quantities. Wagons will
run daily to all parts of the city, delivering
pure Lake Ice in such quantities n:s cus
tomers may desire. Leave orders at my
residence on Seventeenth near Commercial;
at Sargeants, on Eighth street, or addjess
me through the post-office.
' Fl. Wai-.h.
DIXON SPRINGS. ILLS.
These springs will be opened June 10th
under the management (if the new proprie
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
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 any,
nre too well known to need nny comment.
They are supplied with un abundance of
ice, refreshments and amusements usually
found at summer resorts. The best of fare
and strictest attention to the comfort ot
guests Is gurantced all for the small sum
of ify per week. Special rates to lamilies.
J. R. Biiown & Co., Proprietors.
May 25th, 179
AS WE SOON INTEND TO MAKE OUR
pun-husos of winter g-ooJs, we nre de
termined as a iiiciuis of clo.siny; out our
present htock of seasonable goods, to
offer them nt actual first co st, and will
on Jlonday next and until further no
tice, have marked down iu price our en
tire stock of Clothing aud Gent's Furn
This is bona-llde, and to convince
yourselves, wc desire your personal in
spection. Our stock is fresh, seasonable, stylish
and of the best makes in the market,
ami we would advice an early call be
fore the stock is broken, to avail your
selves of the extraordinary offer.
GOLDSTINE & ROSENWATER,
l$'i & HO Commercial Ave.
" XEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
Tin. K. M K. n win nfif a Mill fur the coo-
utructlonof a dancing floor uutll June lTth- I'lnua
aud iipeclllcatlun to ht teen ut Mcauuy nrv.
IJUCiUY AND HARNESS.
17r Hale, dlnirlu let ot hnrnena and a m-iirly m.-W
Ule lutr opeuWuv. Apply at the HulLlln offlco.
JOB METROPOLIS AND PADUCAH.
The Elegant Sldewhetl Paeni!er Steamer
Luavet Cairo eery afternoon al 3 o'clock, for
Piiducali, MutropollH ui.d way lauding For
frelelit orpattaxe apply to hUL. A fclLVER,
THE ANCHOR LINE.
For New Orleans.
JOHN A. SCUDDER.
l'l.tx Calveb? Mmlcr
Friday, July is, ut M p.m.
Coshl',1 - Mnider
Muudiy, July til. ot 2p.m.
FOR MEMPHIS AND VICKSBl'RU.
CITY OF HELENA,
Isaac McUek .....Mmlcr
Tin d:iy. July 15, at 5 p.m.
CITY OF GREENVILLE.
Thnnday, Ju'y 17 at 5 p. hi
Saturday, July P. at 5 p. m.
Sunday, Jul)- iu at 3p ta
FOR ST. LOUIS.
Tuctduy, Jtf'v 13 at 3 p m.
John Crane M-nl-r
Weduvdsv. Julv l'. at S p ci
CITY OF ALTON.
II. Ilix'.y M.wU-r
Tiiiir-iluy, July 17. at :iooii
Oedw.e W. Lennox MMer
Friduy. J'i'.y K at 3 p.m.
R. K. Riley Mit r
S'jcdav, J'-.:y -.m. at 5 ;i tn
T. S. Davidon M i-ter
Mou,i:iy. Juiy til. at noun
For all lnfnfmMinn aj ply to Anchor Lie- Office,
Cait. THOMAS W SHIELDS. H ipt.
QAIHO CITY FEliltY CO.
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LEAVE LEAVL4 LEAVE
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TiU AND TIXWAKF..
"V. M. DAVIDSON,
Tin. Sheet-Iron and Copper.
COOKING cSc 1 1 EATING
Tinware and Hollow ware of every
IV'-rH -.rt f o'.'l i:i!.d.Ot. Ciglitu M .- t.
!;,.iil'.:,,' n:: l ;::. r-r-n ; .-ciutiy All ktudn
of work fWHf-.i:) n:.ii pr, i;.;.Vy perform, d ami
pria-ii made utii-Iuitory
MUTUAL ai: Sr-CIETY.
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE INSUR
WIDOWS' k ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society
Organized July It'll, 1 :7 7. Under the LhwhoI
tin- State of Iltlnol. Cup) Halite,! July
HIT", under Ai-tof ('oinri's.
WILLIAM STItATTON. Pkekiuknt.
Mik. I'. A, TAYLOR,
J. A. GOLDSTINE. -Hit.
J. J. GORDON,
hoard of MA.N.vonns:
J. J. tlORDoN. Ptiv.Ii'Uu Culm, IIIm,
Mr. P. A.TAYLOR, Superintendent of
ScIio-jIh, Alexander Comitv " "
Mrn. K. 1.'. FORD. Variety Bracket mure, ' "
J. A.tiOl.DsTINIi. of tiol.l.lliie 4 Ho
nuwater, Wlinl-;ile and H"tuli Dealern
la staple nnd Fatiev Dry Uooda.. " "
N. II. TlIIsTLKWOol). of llluklu
ThNtluttoiHl, I'oninilHflnu Merchants,
Cotton and Toliueco Factor.... "
S, D. AVERS, ul' Ayor & Co,, Couiuiln
uliili Merchant "
THOMAS LKWIS, Insurance Manager
aim Attorney nt l.aw " "
WM. STItATTON, of titration Bind,
Whulenala, Drnceri, " "
GEO. M. ALDES, Coium!lou Mer
chant, TS Ohio Levee
JAS. S. REARDEN. Aitent M!limi
Valley Transportation Company.
HARRISON UOl'PT, Wiitcuinakor and
'It'Wt'ltJft 11 "
C'UAS. R. STL'AHT, Wholiwiio and Ko
tall Drv Good and Notion
EDWARD A. BUI) EH, Mauitfaeturlnir
Jeweler and Mioleile Dealer la
Watchmaker Tool uud Material....
EDWIN K. EONhW, Proprietor St.
Churle Hotel 1. i
1IAZUN LEIUIITON,Commllon Mer
Pr. EDWARD It. ROE. U. 8. Marshal
Southern D -jtrlct Illinul Hpriiijtfleld, Ills.
Mrt. 8. A. A KKS yin. Rldiro,
Dr- R- 8-DRIiiHAM Phylclaa,.Indiauapolla, Ind
. . uuwtii, item iiiiiiio
Aent Keokuk, Iowa.
Rev- DAVID C. WELLS, Methodl.t
t !?t?r Grand Junction, Tenn.
J. It OILLBY.Morcbaut Murldan.Mla.