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J II. BRYANT, M. D.
OrFICE: EthtU nnd Waini2ton Avenue
RESIDENCE : Corner Nineteenth and Vh
II. MARFAN, M. D.,
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
owed un Commercial avenue. Ronldcnco corner
' fourteenth St. ud WinOitzitflon avenue, (. alro
.r 11. SMITH, M. D.
OOlce nml Residence:
NO. 21 THIRTEENTH" STREET. CAIRO. ILL
R. E. W. WIIITLOCK,
OrriCE No. 1:18 Commercial
Slcblb sod Ninth Street
JJR. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICE Eighth Street, near Commercial Avenue.
Notary Public and Conveyancer.
OFFICE:-Vlth the Widows' andOorpuauft' Mu
tual Aid Society.
JINEGAIt & LANSDEN,
OFFICE No. 113 Commercial Avcnuo.
R. R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R.R.
TRAINS AMUVE. TnAIJift nF.PART
Mail.... 4:05 a.m. I Mall 8:H)a.m.
Expresc 8:00 p.m. Espress.. 6:00 p.m.
CAIRO & VINCENNES R. It.
Mall 10:00p.m. Mall 4:45 a.m.
CAIRO Jc ST. LOUIS R. R.
Exprcw 5:10 p.m. 1 Express 8:45 a. m
Accom'datlon .10:45 p.m. Accum'dation.l3:i5p. m
CHICAGO. ST. LOUIS AND NE.W ORLEANS R.R
Mall 5:20p.m. Mall 5:00 a.m.
C. A. &T. RAILROAD'
Texas express.. .2:40 a.m. I Texas express. 2:15p.m.
Accominootii n. .8:ao a.m. i
ENERAL DELIVERY openVao a.m.: cloeen
vJ B:30 o.m. : Sunday: 8 to B a. m.
Money Order Department open at 8 a. m. ; closes
at fi i). in.
Through Express Malls via Illinois Central aud
Mlsciitnlppl Central Hullronrtu cluse at 12:30 p. m.
Cairo und Foplar Blull' Through and Wuy Mail
oe at i!i:;n p. m.
Wav Mail via Illinois Central. Cairo and Vin
cenne and MUs.ssippl Central Railroads closo at
Way 1U1I for Narrow auj?o Railroad closes at 8
Cairo and Evansvillo River Ronto closes at 0:30
p. m. daliy (except Friday).
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER-COUNTY,
Only Morning: Daily in Southern Illinois.
sional Orrw.. I
CAino, 111., July 18.
S. 1870. (
Time. Ear. Ther. llum Wind. Vil Weutliij.
8:48 a m 2'.'.U9
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' jtlaxiiiiuin 7Vuiieratiir. KiO: Minimum
porature, ii ; Haiufaii, o.uo men.
W. II. HAY,
Serj't Signal Corns, U. S. A.
AT THE H.ASTF.n8' nousE.
Z. W. Bugg, Bliinavillc, Ky.; Thos.
lieckwith, Bird's Toint; V. Ikckwitli,
Bird's Toint; M. B. Lee, Louisville, Ky.;
A. T. White, Marion, 111.; J. C. Oollnghcr,
CLnciuuati ; J. P. Crookcr, St Louis; J. Y.
Yesmith, Indiunnpolis; J. K. Ilciulrickst,
Smithkud, Ky.; K. M. Burton, Cincinnati;
L. T. Vermin, Boston; Mrs. Fnpp anl
dauglitcr, Indinnnpulis; YVarron Coshy,
Jonesboro;E. II. Wright, EvaWillojD. C.
Calkins, St. Louis.
Uf-T OF ADVERTISED LETTERS IiEMAIMNO IN
y THE CAIRO l'OPT OFFICE JULY 10, 1S79.
Barnes. Mary Mrs.; Blackburn, Mollio
Miss ; Blantan, Margaret Mrs.; Brnnin,
Celia Mrs.; Cooly, Kate Miss; Clark Lydia
Miss; Harris, Carrie Miss; Lcwcllu'm, M.
Mrs.; Lewis, Caroline, M'ihs; Moekler,
Ellen, Miss; Mayllold, Harry Mrs. Mc
Oinnis, Eliza Miss; Meyers, Einelino;
Millford, Jauo Miss; Robinson, Mary
3Irs.; Robinson, Roey;Rodgers, Jane, Miss;
Stanton, Annie Miss; Spigor, Lew; Thomp
son, Hannah Mrs.; Wood, Julia Miss;
Wells, Pussio Mrs.
Bishop, Christian; Boon,' Daniel; Buckel,
Simon; Black, Sam; Clinimon, George;
Crawford,- F. M.; Clark, Henry; Cross,
Isaac ; Coleman, Jno. W. ; Creighton, Mar
tin; Dcvine, Dennis; Dovore, Bob; Dort,
I. C,; Early, Fatrick; Elms, Randolph, C.
Fraser, Ed: Friar, Alexander; Green, Eli
jah; Henderson, J. A.; Howard, Jno.;
Hall, J. A.; Leon, B. F.; James, II. K.;
Jackson, Wm.; McCarthy, Daniel; Miller,
Oorliam P.; Malonc, Henry; Moore, Jas.T.;
Rug, Charles; Ross, E. T.; Robinson, Pow
tll; Riddlemayer, Jno.; Reed, Jos. T.;
Staktly, Dewitt; Shute, Hill; Shamahan,
Jas. M.; Stephens, Thos.; Sey, W,; Wil
liams, A. & J.; Woodward, Celo; West
brook, Frank; Williams, Isaac ; Welch, R.
WIRE SCREENS, FURNITURE, ETC.
i Furniture manufactured and all kinds of
repairing done, at my shop on Commercial
avenue, between Eleventh ami Twelfth
atrceta; also all kinds of cabinet making to
order. Mattressei :nanufaetured to order
and kept on sale. Repairing and uphoV
storing dono on short notitie. I havo a
good supply of walnut moulding Dud wire
cloth for screeus.to bo made up in the latest
and best style. Prices very low.
IN AND AROUND THE CITY.
Capt. Orsamus Grecnley, of Gooso Is
land, was in Cairo, yesterday, atteudingono
of tho courts.
Dan Galligan is putting down ft new
sidewalk on Commercial nvenue, near
Old Joe McKcnzie, who is spending
his declining years in the quiet of Metropo
lis, was in Cairo, yesterday.
Mr. James Murin, representing St.
Louis Branch Campbell Pres3 Co., was in
the city yesterday and called on The Bul
letin. The soliciting ngent of the Illinois
Printing Company, at Danville, was in tho
city, yesterday, laboring with our circuit
and county scribes.
The notice of tho cooper's mcctiug
was not given as a matter of news, by us,
but as a paid notice. Its publication was
ordered by Mr. T. J. Roberts.
Tho colored women of Rev. Mr. Cald
well's Methodist church, held a fair and
festival in tho colored Rctorm hall, last
night and will probably repeat this evening.
Frank Swoboda runs ft regular hack,
with stations at Ilanny's corner, Eighth
street. Swoboda and Schultz store, corner
Eighteenth and Poplar, and the St. Charles
Frank Anderson, the colored boy who
is in custody for stealing Charley Hodge's
casimcres, is very sick from an ntrack of
billious fever. He is receiving all due at
tention. There were just enough people present
at tho Hibernian ball to comfortably fill the
hall. Everybody had a jolly good time of
it. The dancing was kept up until 4 o'clock
Dr. Arter has become so weak and
emaciated that it is feared that the end for
which he has so earnestly longed, is not
now, very far in tho future. A change in
the weather, of any kind, affects him quite
Through a reliable private source we
get the information that but two new cases
have developed in Memphis within twenty
fours hours, dating from 2 p. m. Friday.
This is not good news, but could have been
Again a train load of people direct
from Memphis has been permitted to run
into the city and unload, when a steamboat
that left there the day before, could not
even take on coal and ice. This may be
all right, but
Nick Williams has no special fancy
for sunshine, more especially when it is
heated up to 130 degrees, Fahrenheit. Hence
his effort, through the erection of new awn
ings or porches, to fence it out from famil
iar contact witli his meat shop.
Collector Hodges found purchasers for
about fifty town lots, at his tax sale, yester
day. 'Many of these lots wero improved.
Parties who can borrow money, even at 10
per cent., shoull Jo so, oud pay up, that is,
if their property is not already sold.
Our people still give and take in mar
riage. Yesterday the county clerk issued
marriage licenses to the following persons:
Henry Nelson and Martha L. Brown,
Joshua Pennington and Johnua Coleman,
and Thos. llamby aud Miss A. Moore.
Tho sudden change in the temperature
of the weather, Thursday, greatly facilita
ted the development of diarrheas and dys
interies among our citizens. An unusually
largo number of persons are atilicted in
that way, and, among the rest, the writer.
The Cairo and Vincennes railroad
company has tho plank on the ground with
which to plank their track, below Twentieth
street, so as to admit of the free passage of
tennis to and fro across the truck ut any
point where convenience may suggest n
Joe Coleman, for himself, denies that
he ever agreed to separate from his wife,
although tho preponderance of evidence is
against him. He says that he proposes to
cleave to her as long as ho lives, nml that
the family jar they had was only "a cir
cumstance." There has been a very noticeable mow
ing off of whiskers recently. The barbers
who havo advertised in The Bulletin
made theprocess of shaving soseductive and
cheap that our whiskered citizens felt con
strained to submit their faces to tonsoriul
The Bulletin man who collects the
weekly 23 cents from Herman Myers, has
no running cigar account with him, conse
quently would uot be likely to notice a
new brand as quickly as the Sun man
would, and should bo excused for not so
early becoming acquainted with "corn
The temperance reform has had but
very little effect upon tho colored people.
As a rule tho resident negroes of Cairo arc
sober citizens, but tho transient element,
which is large, is much given to drinking;
but among neither clement has there been
any decided, earnest movement looking to
William Randolph, tho young colored
man who was arrested by Marshal Bryant,
at Columbus, several days age, for stealing
a coat and other articles of wearing apparel
from Max Stamtord, of this city, aud a re
volver, etc., from officers of tho steamer
Nashville, was put upon trial lu our Circuit
Court yesterday, and found guilty. Tho
Jury, alter a three hours' parley, tlxod tho
value of tho property stoleu at $10, and tho
term of Randolph's imprisonment in the
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN;
nenitentiarv at one year.
uingham, who seems to bo tho very sheet
anchor ot tho criminal's hope, conducted
tho defence He inado a motion for a new
trial aud then withdrew the motion, to do
which he had indefeasible right.
Invitations have been sent out for a
grand pleasure excursion on the Champion,
on Monday' 28th instant. ' The movement
has its origin among the ladies and gentle
men of Metropolis and Paducah, and the
purpose exists to make it the most select
and largest party yet had on tho Champion.
The faro will be only a trifle.
Tho majority of Wall Street, houses
and men, have a world wide reputation for
soundness and honesty. Tho old house of
Alex. Frothingham & Co., 12 Wall Street,
New York, is entitled to absolute confi
dence. They state that an investment of
about $100 made recently, returned over
$1,000 in less than sixty days. Send for
their circular, free.
Dr. Rauch informed Mayor Thistle
wood, yesterday, that, in the event all our
efforts to keep the yellow fever out of Cairo
prove abortive, skilled nurses will be at
the service of tho victims. Quite a num
ber of persons, tho Doctor said, had signa
fled to him a willingness to come to Cairo
to nurse the sick, in the event there should
bo any call for their services.
Although it is generally known that
tho Glass case will not bo called until Mon
day, a number of colored people haunt the
court house continually, apprehensive that
something may be said .or dono relative to
the case, during their absence. We put
down 500 as the number of colored men
and women who will sit out the case, from
the call of the first juror to the reading of
Robert Reynolds, the old man who re
cently shot and killed one of his tenants
and was admitted to bail in the sum of ten
thousand dollars was in the city, yesterday.
We have heard it intimated that his case
will be brought from Union to Alexander
county tor trial, by change of venue. Our
Clear Creek correspondent intimated the
prevalence of a hostile feeling among Mr.
R's neighbors fact that would seem to
warrant the proposed change.
The attention of the Board of Health
was called to the fact that the thirty or
forty thousand cabbage stalks in the fields
of the outskirts of the city, were, with the
leaves left upon them, undergoing the pro
cess of decay, and giving out a most un
healthy and offensive odor. Ycsterdiy, iu
inspector Bonner, of the Fifth ward, visit
ed the fields designated and found that all
the obnoxious vegetation had been plowed
under. This being true, no ill results are
likely to ensue.
A colored man named Al Jackson, has
managed to subsist without manual labor
for several weeks. He had not altogether
escaped the notice of the police, although
it could not be ascertained that he had done
anything that merited prosecution. Yes
terday, however, Albert came to grief. He
stole a lot of gunny sacks from the store of
Mr. Samuel Wilson, and the theft has been
fastened upon him as with hooks of steel.
Chief La Hue effected his arrest, and put
him where he will be forthcoming when he
We have heard it stated that the busi
ness men of Paducah, or a considerable
portion of them, purpose backing the Fisk
with their money. After many years faith
ful service they are unwilling that she shall
be driven out of the trade. But the Cham
pion has hosts of friends and very solid
backing, aud is withal, admirably adapted
for the trade. She secures a good share ot
the business, but the prices that rule are so
extremely low that tho boat that obtains
the most business may be put' down as los
ing the most money.
Among other reports that gained cur
rency, yesterday, was one to the effect that
thirty cases ot fever had occurred at Milan,
Tennesse, and that as a consequence, great
consternation prevailed all along the line of
the Mississippi Central. All these reports
were manufactured out of whole cloth.
The Cairo operator of the M. C. who is in
direct communication with every station,
assured us, yesterday evening, that there
was not a single case of fever anywhere
along the line of the road, and great con
fidence was expressed that there would be
none. It is but rarely, indeed, that better
health prevails along tho lino than at tho
A gentleman named Williams, a resi
dent of Belknap, Johnson couuty, came in
on the Cairo and Vincennes, Thursday
night. Desiring to stop off in tho upper
part of the city, he jumped from tho cars,
which wero moving at the rate of five or six
miles per hour, at a point near Seventeenth
street, and alighting upon the oak plank
that arc scattered along cither side of tho
track in that vicinity, he lost his footing,
and fell to tho ground with great violence.
His collar bono was broken in two places,
and he was quite seriously hanged up
otherwise. Ho received proper attention ns
soon as his mishap became known, and was
returned homo by the first outgoing train.
No man was ever defended with more
vim and aulma'ion than was Nathan Perry
by tho eminent criminal lawyer Justus
Cunningham. Perry was under indictment
for burglariously entering a building and
abstracting therefrom a pair of blankets.
Quito everybody thought him booked for ft
sojourn in tho penitentiary; hut uot so with
Cunningham. Ho saw a hole, through
which Perry could crawl to 1 i 1 ei-t and It M
enough to say that Perry m shook off his
SATURDAY MORNING, JfJIA 10, 1879.
shackles and stood erect, a free man. And
now, the public will bo astounded to know
it. Cunningham is compelled to sue
Perry for tho moderate fee ho charged him
fyr his invaluable services. It is such
things as these- that make us loso our
faith in human nature.
Tho process by which people arrive at
alarming conclusions respecting tho rava
ges of tho yellow fever in Memphis, show
how extravagant stories get abroad. Dur
ing Thursday evening four Memphis dis
patches wero received by as many citizens,
three of tho dispatches nnnounding the ap
pearance of five new cases of fever, and the
other dispatch announcing' four, with one
ca.'-c doubtful. The sums of these several
dispatches were eddod together, nnd the
report set afloat that telegrams had been
receivod, announcing nineteen new cases!
The dfspatch published in The Bulletin
told the whole story. There wero exactly
five cases, and these wero all in one family
the Hester family, C9 Clay street, in
Henry Sims, a colored man was put on
trial, yesterday, charged with the burning
of Noah Harris' corn crib. He was de
clared not guilty by tho jury a result that
surprised not a few of those who heard the
evidence. When Henry was arrested he
protested his innocence most vehemently,
lie; bad lived in Vicksburg, lie said, and if
any man wanted to know what manner of
man he was, let him write down there, and
he would find out. Squire Osborn took
Henry at his word, and wrote to the Chief
of Police of Vicksburg, and hero is
''Henry's endorsement:" "The man Henry
Sims was never wanted in Vicksburg, but
upon inquiry I find he was confined in the
jail at Delta, La. He with four others
burned the jail and made their escape.
The charge against him, I think, was lar
ceny. If you can't convict him in Cairo,
inform Thomas Coats, Sheriff of Madison
Parish, La., and he will send for him."
Signed, John Groom.
The re-outbreak of tho fever in Mem
phis, as reported through The Bulletin,
yesterday morning, served to strengthen the
fear that that unfortunate city is doomed
to suffer severely again; but caused but lit
tle alarm for the safety of our own city.
There is an impression amounting to a con
viction among our citiens that the epi
demic can be fenced out and kept at bay
by the enforcement of a rigid quarantine.
Indeed it is believed that the exercise of or
dinary discretion in that particular, will
save us. It is true that confidence in the
efficiency of future quarantines here, has
been greatly impaired by the farcical do
ings of last week ; but there are good and
sufficient reasons why that farce will not be
repeated. Quarantine will not be re-established
until there is a known necessity for
it, and then that law of self preservation
that moves every man to take care "f hint-
self, will move every citizen to demand of
the authorities the enforcement f"'f proper
protective measures.. Laxity was urged
upon our authorities last week, because of
the prevailing belief that the quarantine
was premature. When it is held as neces
sary, every citizen, or the great majority t.t
least, will insist upon uubcudmg rigidnes".
A colored man (whose name has
slipped our memory) who claimed that ho
had been working for the government at
some point on the river below here, reached
Cairo Thursday evening, well supplied with
moiw. lie frequented several saloons,
drank freely, and finally laid down on the
whart and went to sleep. Two or three
young men seeing him there at a late hour,
hatless and coatless, awoke him, and de
manded to know what he was d !ng there.
The ner.) finally collected his senses
searched for his money $104 ho says
and failed to und it. lestenhv niornim;
he repaired to the office of Squire Coming.
and obtained n warrant for the arrest of
the young meu who had awakened him
At the trial that eusued not a scintilla of
evidence connect them with the theft,
nnd they were discharged. The absurdity
of the i lea that auybody would commit ii
larcenv, and then awaken the virtim from a
sound slumber didn't seem to strike the
negro, ami even yet lie fetuses to dismiss
the delusion that tho young turn in question
know something about the whereabouts of
his !?104. As thc-c seems to be no cIu j
whatever to the thief, the case is ono de
serving of the attention of the elder Ilogan
and John Sheehan.
Ten Cents Worth. If you want a neat
smooth shave for ten cents, or n fashionable
hair cut for 25 cents, or anything else in
tho tohjorial lino, remember the place to
go to is Henry Schick's, No. 1 12 Commer
The Very Latest From Conrad Alba's
barber shop next door to Koismeyer's
cignr store on Cth, street, near the Levee.
Prices reduced to suit tho times.
His shop is cool, cloun and elegantly
furnished; his razors keen; his workmen
courteous, polite and skilled. His toilet
articles of the finest and work done always
gives satifactiom ,
' A Reoulaii Hack leaves tho St. Charles
Hotel daily, at 8 a. m., and 1 and 0 p. m.,
for tho Court House, running tip Levee to
Sixth Street; Sixth street to Commercial
avenue; Commercial to Twentieth street;
up Twentieth to Court House. Returning
down Washington nvenuo to Eighth ; out
Eighth to Ohio levee, and down the Lovec
to St. Charles Hotel. Faro each way, or
part of tho way, cents.
OF THE BOARD
ACTION LOOKING TO THE rHOTMTliun vr
CAIRO PARTIAL QUARANTINE AS TO
STEAMBOATS AND RAILROADS RESOLU
TIONS, LETTERS AND TELEGRAMS.
The Board of Health' held another meet
ing yesterday afternoon. Four members of
the Board, Dr. Rauch and six of our city
physicians wero present.
Dr. Rauch expressed tho opinion that if
tho Board would adopt the rules of the Na
tional Board of Health, tho expense in
curred would . be paid out of the money
placed ut that body's, jiicposal. Whereupon
upon motion of alderman Tatier, tho rules
ot tho National Board, in so far ns they
wero applicable to our 6ituatiou, wero
adopted for the government of the Cairo
Dr.Rauch further suggested that in tho en
forcement of our river quarantine, a boat
should bo moored below the city, upon
which boat tho quarantine officers should
be stationed; that a tug should bo placed
at their disposal to meet steamers coming
from infected districts, etc., etc.
Upon motion of Alderman Halliday, tho
Mayor was directed to prepare an estimate
of the cost of tiio proposed quarantine und
other measures essential to the protection of
the city, and forward the same to the Secre
tary of the National Board, Washington
The attention of the Board being called
to the nuisance created by the barge
Thorpe and contents, Alderman Hulliday
introduced the followiug resolution, which
Whereas, The barge Perry Thorpe, now
lying sunken at the the Levee has become
and is hereby declared such a nuisance that
a due regard to the health of our people de
mands that it should be at once removed;
Whereas, All parties interested, to whom
the city could give notice, have had fair
notification to remove the said barge and
and nuisance and have wholly failed to pay
any attention to said notices; therefore,
Resolved. That the Mayor and City
Marshal be and they are hereby authorized
and directed to have removal nt once the
said barge in such a manner as will abate
said nuisance in the most effective and most
The nropritey of continuing the Thir
teenth street fill, with the dirt taken from
the site ot the old Rose building, the mat
ter was finally disposed of by the adoption
of the following resolution, introduced by
Alderman Smith :
Resolved, That the Health Officer be
instructed to scatter a sufficient amount of
lime on the dirt that has been deposited on
Thirteenth street in order to prevent any
obnoxious odor that may arise from it and
cause or crea'.e disease.
The necessity for the adoption of quar
antine tnefiSiires was then discussed at
length. Touching the railroad trains, ar
riving from below, Aldermah Tatitr offered
the following resolution, and it was adopt'
Resolved. That that the M. C. and St. L
I. M. and S. R. R. Co's are hereby not i lie
tliat all trains, telore entering tnc citv, or
crossing the river, must be examined by a
competent doctor and see that all passen
gers are free from contagious or infectious
diseases, and such passengers or baggage
as are lrm .Memphis, must oc placet in
car under charge of an officer of the city
said car to be locked and pass right
through. Tills resolution to go into . effect
in 24 hours.
Tiie following resolution, touching the
same subject, was introduced by alderman
Haliiday and adopted:
Resolved, That all trains coming from
tiie soutii, Having en hoard passengers or
freight from Memphis, or from suiy other
place where cases of yellow fever exist, be
stopped on the opposite side of the rivers,
and that none of the cars making up any
such train, which have come from infected
districts, or the passengers therein, be per
mitted to come into the city, and that pas
sengers, baggage and freight on such cars
which are going to points beyond the city,
bo transferred into other cars on the oppo
site side of the rivers and takeu through the
city without any stoppage orlelay what
ever. Alderman Smith then introduced the
following, which wiw also adopted:
Resolved, That all steamboats and other
water i'rafts coming from. Memphis and
other places infected with yellow fever, or
that have landed at or within twenty miles
of any such infected placebo prohibited.
A letter from J. C. Clarke, Esq., superin
tendent of the Mississippi Central was
read. The gentleman said that his com
pany was willing to co-operate with our au
thorities in preventing the spread of tho
epidemic; but that he couldn't do business
under such a quarantine as was enforacd
here last year. Filed for future considera
tion. Telegrams from Nashville nnd other
points were read, for information, after
which tho Board adjourned.
The Finest Shop in tho West is the
new barber shop just opened by Win. Albn,
opposite Paul Shuhs' drug store. It must
bo seen to bo Appreciated. Always clean
towels, keen razors, cool breezes and polito
workmen. A polito porter is always ready
to use the brush nnd black your boots for
fl cents, no need to have them blacked In
tho street. Prices of work as follows!
Shaving, 10 cents; linircut, 23 cents; chain
pnolng, 23 cents; other work In proportion.
Tho Cairo & Vincennes railroad passen
ger train leaving Cairo at 5 a. m., (after
sunnsel makes same connections for Indian
apolis, Cincinnati, Louisville and other
Eastern points as trains f other roads
leaving before daylight, or before sunset of
night before. Going via Vincennes (the
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 arc standing at
Uniou Depot on our arrival, giving passen
gers just time lor dinner.
Parlor car seats from vincennes and
sleeping car berths from Indianapolis or
Cincinnati reserved on application.
For rates or tickets apply to
L. B. Church, Passenger Agent.
Wanted a boy to learn the printer's trade,
must bo a good reader, havo some knowl
edge of punctuation, be able to read manu
script readily, and be not less than 13 years
old. Apply ut The Bulletin office from
8 to 9 a. in.
AS WE SOON INTEND TO MAKE OUR
piu'1'ha.so.s of winter goods, we are de
termined as a means of closing out our
present fctock of seasonable goods, to
offer them at actual first cost, and will
on Monday next and until further no
tice, have marked down In price our en
tire stock of Clothing anil Gent's Fin n
This is bona-fide, and to convince
yourselves, we desire your personal in
spection. Our stock Is fresh, seasonable, styli.-di
and of the best makes in the market,
and we would advise an early call he
fore the stock is broken, to avail your
selves of the extraordinary offer.
GOLDSTINE & ROSE NWATER.
1315 & U0 Cuniiiicriial Ave.
BUGGY AND HARNESS.
For Mle, flnirle et of harue and a nearly m-w
tide bar open liugy. Apply aln1 Bulletin uff.tv.
pon METROPOLIS AND PADUCAH.
Tiie EU'Saut Sldewliecl PatH'Cger Steamer
Leave Ca!rr every aftcrtionn at 3 b cluck, for
Pudurati, Mi-tfupolin nnd v Iniidim-- l-er
frelt-U orpassut-e pp!y to SOL. A. MLVER,
TIIE ANCHOR LINK,
For Xew Orleans. JZJ&i
JOHN A. SCUDDER.
Fl.EM C'AI.VKItT Mt. r
Friday, July ls.st lup in.
Monday, July 21, at '.'p. m.
FOR MEMPHIS AND VICKSISUlMi.
CITY OF HELENA,
Isaac Mi Kbk .
Ttienday, July 15, ut 5 p.m.
CITY OF GREENVILLE
A. J. Curler
Thursday, July K ut 5 p. in.
tviturdiiy, July 19. ut 5 p. ni.
Joliti Crane ....
Miiidiiy, July at 5 p ti
FOR ST. LOUIS.
Tuvvduy, July IS nt i p m
Wiiluesiluy, July 111. nt 5 p. 1:1
CITY OF ALTON.
Tlmrnliiy, July IT, ut noon
GSOIHiE W, Lknnux
Friday, July is, utSp.tt.
CITY OF VICKSBURG.
It. K. Riley
Sunday, July sm, ut S p.m.
T. S. Davidson
Jlouduy, July;'l. ut noon
. M i.t.-r
For nil Information Upply to Anchor Line Ofl'.n ,
Whiirlbout No. -i.
Cait. THOMAS W. SHIELDS. Sunt.
CAIRO CITY FEllllY CO.
On nndnrier Monday, Juno 18, the bout will muko
the following trip:
LKAVEft LEAVES LEAVES
Foot Fourth t. MlMourl Lnnd'c. Kentucky Ld'ir,
7 n. m. ,
11 n. m.
i p. in.
4::to p. ni.
T:W . m.
H::i a. m.
11 :-K i. m.
U::m a. m.
8 ft. m.
3 p. in,
5::)0 p. m.
10 a. in.
4 p. in.
1) n. m.
:) p. m.
STOVES AND TINWARE.
Tin, Sheet-Iron and Copper.
COOKINGr 6c HEATING
STOVES. Tinware and Hollow ware of every
Decrwnrt'i old dtiuid.on EluUth (treet.
CA1UO, . . JUinols
Rnnflnir nnd Giittprini. a unoclnltr. All klndu
of work lOtlllfiilly and promptly performed nnd
prlcei niada mtlafuctory.