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J II.. BHVANTt M. D.
OFFICE: Eighth tni Washington Avenue
' RESIDENCE :Corscl Nlnotcsnth and Wash
-yy II. MAREAtt, M. 1).,
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
OAVe, HO Commercial avenue. Ilosldcnce cornor
roiirtitiuth St. ana v anningion avenue, vairo.
y R. SMITH, M. P.
Offlre and Resldenc:
Ml. fl THIRTEENTH BTltEKT, CAIRO. ILL
R. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Dental Surgeon. ;
Orneg-No. XV Coinintrci.il Avenue, Iwtwocn
Eighth and Ninth Ktrceu
K. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFK --Eighth Street, near Commercial Avenue.
Notary TuWlc anil Conveyancer.
OFFK'E:-WltH the Widows' aud Oorphnns' Ma
finl Alii Society.
; J ISEUAR & LANSDEN,
OFFICE No. 114 Commercial Avenue.
K. R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K.H.
THAINS AIUUVI. TRAINS tlEr-Ant
Mall 4:0 n.ui. Mnll 3:10 u.m.
Express 8:00 p.m. Express 0:00 p.m.
CAIRO Jfc VINCENNE3 U. H.
Mull 10:00 p.m. Mnll 4:43 o.m.
Express V.lfl p.m. I Express 8:45 a. m
Aecom'Oatlon. 10:45 p.m. Accom'dnt!on.l2:p. m
CHICAGO. ST. LOUIS ANDNEWOULEANSlt.lt
Mull 5:20p.m. Mall.... 5:00a.m.
C.A, &T. RA'ILUOAD
Texas express ...2:40a.m. I Texas express. 2:15p.ai.
Accoinmoilut'n. .8:30 tt.m. I
GENERAL DELIVERY open .: a.m.; clows
U:A0n,m.; Smuluy. S to a.m.
Money Order Department opcu ut 8 a.m.; closes
at B p. tn.
TUrouu- Ernrof" Mall via Illluols Centrnl and
MlKl!iid C-iiitral Railroads clou; at 1:!::V) i. m.
Cairo nnd Poplar JJlutl Throtij'U aud Way Mall
noses at u. m.
War Mull via Illinois Ccntml, Cairo nnd Vln
. rciiuos and Miss.ssippl Central Rullroiul close ut
:4. I), tn.
Way Mx. ft r Narrow Gauge Railroad closes'nt 8
Cairo and Evausvllle Itlver Route closes nt (::W
p. m. daiiy (except Friday).
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
Only Morning; Daily in Southern Illinois.
Huivu Om", I
Cairo. 111.. July IB.brft. f
Time. Bur. Ther. Hum Wind. VU Wentliej.
S:4(l a m 3P.00 M li:l N.E- 4 Clear
11:00 ' 3.1.1H m N.W. 4 Fair
:iMp.m I?'.!IT Si 51 N. :i Fair
.1.-4H " 2'Ue; Rfi St N to Fair
Maximum Temperature. Minimum Tern-
pernture. (Wi; Haliifnll. 0 iXl Inrli.
W. II. HA V,
Scrg't Signal Corns, U. S. A.
The Very Latest From Con rail Alba 'a
barber shop next door to Korsnieycr's
cigar store on Ctli street, near the Levee.
Prices reduced to suit the times.
. Shavino 10c
His Bhop is cool, clean and elegantly
furnished; his razors keen; his workmen
courteous, polite and skilled. His toilet
articles of the finest and work dune nlways
Ice, Ice Wholesale and Retail in
large or small quantities. Wagons will
run daily to all parts of the city, delivering
Dure Lake Ice in such quantities as cus
tomers may desire. Leave orders at my
resilience on Seventeenth near Commercial;
at Sargeants, on Eighth street, or address
rue through the post-office.
F. 51. Ward.
WIRE SCREEN'S, FURNITURE, ETC.
Furniture manufactured and all kinds of
repairing done, at my shop 011 Commercial
avenue, between Eleventh and Twelfth
streets; also all kinds of caliinot making to
order. Mattresses manufactured to order
and kept on sale. Repairing ami nphol.
storing done on short notion. I have a
good supply of walnut moulding and wire
cloth for screcns,to lie made up in the latest
And best style. Prices very low.
KLEE ! KLEE! ICE! ICE!
Ice at wholesale and retail all through
the season. Wagons run regularly to all
parts of the city. Office and Ico Box
next to Bristol's grocery on Eight street.
, The best Lake Ice always on hand.
Ten Cents WoRTn. It you want a neat
smooth shave for ten cents, or a fashionable
hair cut for 25 cents, or anything else in
the totiorial line, remember the place to
go to is nenry Schick's, No. 143 Commer
Notick-Oq and after July 1 st, the prices
at my Bhop will 1 reduced to the following
figures: Shaving, 10 cent; hair cutting,
25 cents; shampooing, 25 cents.
Hair and whisker dying in proportion.
. Oratcful to my old customers for their
part favors, I ask a continuance of the
same, assuring them as well as others who
may wish to call, that all work will lxj
done In first class style and workmanlike
Shop on Eighth street, west of Alcxan
dot County Bank. J. Geo. 8teinour
IN AND AROUND THE CITY.
Mr. Pat Clancy will bo homo to-dny or
to-morrow from Hot Springs much im
proved in health.
Among our visitors from the country,
yesterday, wcro John Smith, Rob Smith
and Isaac Cavender.
Preaching at tho Christian church on
Eighteenth street, this forenoon anil even
ing at tho usual hours.
There will be services this evening nt
the German Lutheran church. Rev. Pastor
Knappo will preach in English.
Dr. Wardner came in on tho afternoon
train yesterday, from Anno, and went back
on the six o'clock train last night.
We receivo choice Northern butter
twice every week, and can furnish families
and hotels in any quantity.
Pf.tti8 & Bird.
A fight between two boys, in which
one of the boys got rather roughly handled,
was the cause of a lawsuit, before Squire
Mrs. Norman's child, and Mrs. Kig-
gins' grand-child, died, in tho upper part
of tho city, Friday, of cholera-inlantum,
supeiinduccd by teething.
We have tho best stock of tea in tho
city. Sold very closo and a handsome
present given away to every purchaser of
one pound. Como nnd seo for yourselves.
Pettis & Brito.
The old reliable firm of Pettis & Bird
have cverything iu the fancy grocery line
that the most fastidious epicure could wish
for. Corner Eighth street and Washington
About a week ago Nick Williams re
ccived a trilling scratch on the wrist from
his brass pantaloon buckle. Within the
past few days inflammation set in nnd now
tho whole arm is involved.
Our temperance people are well
pleased with tho nddress of 5Ir. Calkins,
delivered Friday night. He keeps his
hearers in a good humor, and is a very
smoothe, captivating talker.
'Reports of various kinds were atloat
yesterday evening, concerning the condi
tiou of, matters. .The report published
elsewhere appear to lie most reliable, viz:
six new cases, and one death.
About 2 o'clock yesterday n small pur
tion of the boiler iu Maclde's mill, let go,
and n suddeu emptying of the boiler en
sued. No damage to cither person or- prop
erty ensued. Needed repairs can be made
iu n day or two.
A number of our citizens senn trt be la
boring under the impression that the trash
carts are still running. This is a mistake,
and such persons us have piled rubbish in
the streets will have to remove it at their
own expense. There is no trash cart run
One of the charges placed by Capt.
Hill under the wreck of the barge Thorpe,
vesterdv afternoon, hoisted a fragment of
the timber across the levee with sufficient
force to dash in a panel of Mr. Sam AVil-
sons store door. jNohoily hurt, however,
by auyot tho explosions.
It is reported that a Memphis lirm
propose, the erection of a building on the
MeGatily site, having in view tho establish
ment of a tin shop and stove store. If new
comers would branch out in some line of
business not already overdone, they would
bo less liable to become discouraged.
To-morrow, at 2 p. m , Sheriil Hodge
will sell all of the lots in block 47: 1st ad
dition, and will continue the sale daily until
all the delinquent lands are disposed of.
Owners of lots In blocks from 40 upward,
with unpaid taxes, had better step up to
the captain's olliee without delay.
It will not be unpleasant news to the
many frieuds of Constable John Hogan, to
learn that the report atloat that Mr. Hogau
intends leaving Cairo is altogether ground
less. Constable Hogan has served the city
of Cairo and vicinity for a long time, nnd
wi'll, and intends to continue his good work
in our midt.
A former citizen of Cairo, now resid
ingin Memphis, writes to afiiend here, that
about half the deaths in Memphis that are
ascribed to yellow iVver, are chargeable
solely to hot weather and sour beer. We
don't believe that. Yon couldn't get a
Memphiaa to run from beer, if he knew it
was sure death.
We heard, yesterday, that the Mound
City authorities had sent down for a copy
of Cairo's last year's quarantine rules a:id
regulations, with a view of adopting them.
Mound City kept the fever out, last year,
and Cairo didn't. The sensible thinir for
Jtound City to do, therefore, is to re-ndopt
her own rules and regulations.
The packets brought down tho river,
yesterday, about seventy-five blackberry
picKcrs. uut t lie increased competition
thus created didn't servo to lessen tho price
of tho berries, which was rigidly maintain
ed at ten cents per quart. Such of the
pickers as do not -obtain free passages, pay
a fare of five cents, on the packets.
At noon, yesterday, circuit court ad
journed over until 8 o'clock Monday morn
ing. Twice during the week, if we arc
correctly informed, it adjourned over a day
A- It- - .1 . - 1 .1
10 cnHoio Hiiorncys to put inomsclves in
readiness lor trials in winch they are to
take part. Wo hope the Judge will appre
ciate tho necessity of doing as little of that
sort c-fbusiness as possible. It would not
wear very heavily upon the constitutions of
our lawyers to pursuo their researches
THE" DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN:
after dark. Tho county is liberally inclined,
but it is certainly not B illing to keep 80 or
40 men under pay,' that lawyers may have
daylight in which to post themselves. Tho
lawyer who cannot offer an excellent ex
cellent excuso for not being ready, should,
if his caso is 0 civil one, bo tumbled out of
So confident was Rc,d Mag that Al.
Aloxander stole her specie from lier bureau
drawer, that sho caused his arrest, and yes
terday afternoon tho cause came on for
hearing beforo Squiro Osborn. Mag failed
to make out her ca9e, nnd Alexander was
Whilo tho Narrow-gauge freight train
was backing down near the freight house,
tho other evening, tho cars ran over ft
couple ot shoatg nnd cut them up into
about fifteen pieces. A number of negro
coal pickers witnessed tho catastrophe, and
had the chunks of bloody, dirty, quivering
flesh been so many bank bills, tho scramble
for tho possession of them couldn't have
been moro animated.
Tho loud reports that were heard, the
tremor of tho earth that was felt, aud the
abominable stink that was smollod yester
day, followed tho efforts of Capt. Hiram
Hill to blow up nnd removo tho wreck of
tho bargo Perry Thorpe. Tho stench crea
ted was so offensivo that the doors and
windows of neighboring buildings wire
closed upon it, and quite a number of per
sons vacated their premises.
Tho premiums offered by tho K. j.
K. C. at the park, on next Friday eveniuj,
in the heel and too walking match, will U
apportioned according to the number cntotv
ing. If no moro than three cuter, $2
will be awarded to the first; if five enter,
30 to first and $3 to second; if
seven enter, $30 to first, $10 to second nnd
$5 to third. If more than the above en
ter, the money will be awarded proportion
ately. The Bulletin premises were, yesterj
day, re-inspected by the Assistant Ilenltj
Officer for tho Third Ward, John Cornell
and passed through the ordeal, so to speak;
with llying colors. The inspection w:ij
thorough no half-way business. Even-
part of the concern from cellar to coal shed
was looked at and smclled of, and the ony
smell noticed or spoken of by him was tlie
smell of lime. We intend keeping it h
The hogs running at large in tho city,
und a favorite foraging ground in the yard
of the Illinois Central. It is somewhat sur
prising that the trains, almost constantly in
motion there, don't settle the hog question
tor us liy killing off the entire stock on
hand. A more reckless set ot creatures
never lived. They scarcely ever think of
moving out of the way of a car unless re
minded of the necessity by a bump from
the brakes or revolving wheels, yet it is
but rarely that one of them is killed.
The City Clerk has prepared a statement
of the amount due from citizens because of
special assessments against their property
for the construction or reconstruction of
sidewalks, and finds the amount to be $1,-
18"? N7"). This list will be placed in the hands
of the Treasurer, soon.with the instructions to
collect the same. The payment of the
State, County, City and School tax of 1S78,
will prove exceedingly burdensome. Len
iency must he shown, or the collections will
--Three days ago Rev. Fred. L. Thom
son, formerly pastor of the M. E. church,
of this city, was lying, at his home in Al
ton, seriously ill. It was apprehended that
ho could not recover. .Father O'Haloran,
of the same place, died on the 15th.
Whether or not this is the same Father
O'Haloran that nt one time had charge of
St. Patrick's church, in this city, wo nrc
unable to say. We arc inclined to the be
lief, however, thot it is another O'Haloran.
Mr. Thomson's many Cairo friends will re
gret most sincerely to hear of his serious
About six weeks ago Anna Courtney
it a satchel containing sundry articles of
female wearing appaivl and jewelry, and,
although she had no positive evidence, she
suspected that a neighboring female,
named Hurst or Hurston, was tho thief.
She maintained silence, didn't even inti
mate that she had lost anything, which,
under tho circumstances, was a very sensi
ble thing to do. Yesterday sho saw the
woman whom she suspected strutting about
in a portion of tho lost apparel. A warrant
was immediately sworn out for the wo
Charles Wood, the confederate of
Little Kid, in the Idlewild robbery, was
brought to trial yesterday, Ho was shown
to be an accessory before and after tjio
fact, and the ring found in his possession
being of a grand larceny value, Charley
was found guilty as charged, and his pun
ishment fixed at two years in the peniten
tiary. Little Kid knowing that if lie him
self got clear hero, he'd nt once be trans
ferred to Piulucah, took all the blame upon
himself, nnd declared that Charley had no
part in or knowledge of the crime. Ho
explained Charley's possession of tho ring
that wnB found upon his person, by stating
that Charley had loaned him U0 with
which to pay passage, and that the ring
was turned over to Charley to insure a re
turn of tho borrowed money. But Kid
showed himself too willing to assiimo the
responsibility Ho tangled himself un. con
siderably, and testifying falsely respecting
facts with whijh many present were famil
iar, ho tnado his testimony destroy itself.
It is well known that Charley has operated
SUNDAY MOKMIVU, JULV
with tho Kid In Arkansas, PaJuenh and
clsowhere, and is an excellent subject to
retire from the busy haunts of men, two
yenrs, if not longer. Of Kid's conviction,
and imprisonment for a much longer term,
there can bo no doubt, as the property ho
is confessedly guilty of stealing is worth a
couple of hundred dollars besides that,
ho has already been twico convicted in the
court in which ho is now on trial. Al
though a young man ho is on old nnd
very hardened offender.
After midnight, or very early in the a.
m. of yesterday, Nicholas Patrick was
picked up by officers Tyler and Wimr, in
tho vicinity of tho New York store, n help
lessly drunken individual." IIo was disin
clined to go, possibly because of the color
line, and bawled, nnd shrieked and threw
himself prone upon the ground until he
earned what lie didn't receive h lively
thump on the sconce. He was taken be
fore Squire Comings, yesterday, and fined
two dollars and costs, for drunkeness.
Memphis telegrams to 'Dr. Rauch yes
terday, reported six new cases during the
prececding twenty-four hours. Grave fears
are now entertain" 1 that the dread scourge
will again sweep tho city as an epidemic.
Citizens are leaving by every possible con
vcynncc. Tho Memphis, Chattanooga and
Nashvillo train that went out Friday night,
carried 1,300 passengers. Even the aisles
of tho coaches und tho baggage cars were
crammed with panic-stricken people. This
exodus ought to be encouraged. There can
be no epidemic where there is no material
for it to feed upon
About half-past 13 o'clock yesterday
a. in., three young men were abroad up
town, and never felt so dry before, in all
their lives. Reaching the nearest saloon,
they found it closed. They banged the
door, kicked it, threw pebbles nt the up
stairs windows aud yelled, but all to no
purpose. What to do became a matter of
serious import. A bright thought! They'd
yell fire, nnd they did yell fire. In less
than twenty seconds, men, in shirts and
drawers, rushed to the sidewalks; lights
appeared in all the neighboring windows;
the opening of doors ami hoisting of win
dows were heard all around them. Thev
had raised a storm too big to master, and
with a "hell, this won't do; let's cut," from
the leader, the mischievous trio shook the
dust of that locality from their feet with
great stiddeness. It was well for them
they did so. One of the awakened sleepers
held any number of "mansard roofs" in Ids
good right hand, and three of those roofs he
would have disposed of.sright theu and
Very early yesterday morning the in
vincible Sarah Williams, who had but re
cently been turned out of jail, visited Eva
Lambean. w' lives with a white man, in a
shanty near the Fall's hotel, nnd succeeded
in gaining admission into the house. This
accomplished, she nt oace let herself out
on one of her fistic rampages, and banged
Eva, right and Iti't, marking and bruising
her quite serious.y. Then smashing a few
articles of furuitrre, and informing Eva
that it was her purpose to fatally disar
range her breath'.ng apparatus on the, first
favorable opportunity, she left the prem
ises. A warrant .vas procured fur Sarah's
arrest; but what of that? She'll go to
jail, come out ngtiu. and repeat the offense
within twonty-fovx hours. In dealing with
her the law is impotent. She won't com
mit a felony; sho won't steal $15 worth of
anything; she won't burn a house or com
mit a burglary. Consequently she steers
clear of the penitentiary, and remains w ith
us a nuisance and pest that can't be
squelched, driven away or abated.
D:i Quoin has a pedestrian in the per
son of one John Wallace, who offers to
"hoof it" against any man in Southern Illi
nois, any reasonable distance for ally rea
sonable amount of money. We are not
fully "materialized'' as pedestrains down
this way; but we have no doubt of tmr
ability to walk Mr. Wallace out of both
breath nnd money. Only two of our citi
zens have experimented, nnd we must con
fess the result is by no means discreditable.
One of them clipped off twelve miles in nn
hour nnd three quarters, which is cquva
lentto six aud six-sevenths miles per hour.
The other let himself loose in the park, the
other evening, and walked a mile in eight
minutes, which is equivalent to seven and
a half miles per hour. It is only tair to
say that we "haven't the papers", with
which to verify these statements, but wo
are not the man, on that account, to ques
tion their correctness. We can assume,
therefore, that if Wallace comes to Cairo
and puts on style as a pedestrain, we'll
show him that he hasn't passed the stage of
Certain parties, living on the western
outskirts of the city, are again complain
ing of obnoxious emanations from the
slaughter houses. It is about time, wo
think to bring this source of frequent com
plaint and litigation to an end. The ordi
nances should specifically define the duties
of tho butchers in this regard, say where
and how the offal shall be disposed of, and
how and when the slaughter houses shall
bo renovated and disinfected. The butch
ers would thus be informed of what wus
expected of them, and, complying, would
bo saved tho annoyance of law suits nt the
instance of any and every citizen who bo
lioves or imagines tho slaughter, houses to
bo in filthy condition. With such aa or
dinance in force, the court would not be
compelled to form its conclusions from tho
opinions of witnesses. As matter now
stand five witnesses may swear that the
slaughter houscs'are a nuisance, whilo five
others may swear directly to the contrary.
With an ordinance requiring the observance
of certain rules, it would only be necessary
to prove their non-observance. The guilty
butcher would thus bo singled out and
punished, and suspicion would not, as now,
fall upon all of the butchers who maintain
slaughter houses in the same locality.
- If tho city council were disposed to
look, just a little, after the comfort and en
joyment of the people, it would expend the
tho few hundred dollars necessary to sink a
couple of qrive-welU in the park, and to
erect there a summer house, or somo kind
of a cheap open buildiug. On the occa
sion of gatherings the crowd is driven to a
use of river water, and to such scattered
spots of shado ns the old trees afford the
young trees, alter two year's growth, throw
ing just about enough of shade for a mod
erate sized dog. The cool, clean, delicious
water reached by drive wells at the depth
of about sixty feet, might interfere, some
what, with tho sale of pink lemonade; but
tho people would enjoy it, nevertheless, nnd
thank the council for the sensible provision.
If we can't have both the building nnd
water, surely the council will not deny us
both man and beast the supply of water.
A man and woman, whose names we
choose to withhold, came into the city, yes
terday, and visited the office of one of our
justices, in the expectation that he could
divorce them from their respective partners.
The man declared tha ho "fancied" the wo
man iu his company more than he did his
lawful wife, nnd the woman entertained the
same fondness tor the man. They had
been living neighbors for some time, and
thought that if they could steal the propos
ed "march" ou the other husband and wife
at home get a divorce and follow it up im
mediately by a marriage that it was
likely that the other couple would
"hitch," and the whole thing be thus ad
justed without any .trouble. They were
sadly discomfitted when the squire told
thifiu that he couldn't dissolve the old
marriage bans; and the discomfiture
amounted to despair w hen he further as
sured them that they couldn't nccouip'.Uh
their aims in any court w ithout giving the
other parties notice. Gloomily bidding the
squire "good-bye." they put out for home,
and future misery.
We find that our people arc
"fearfully in ' earnest" in their
demands for a rigid, un'oend
ing quarantine. They are determined uot
to be driven from their bonus again, if any
thing they can do wili prevent it. This
earnestness is intensified greatly by the fact
that nt least one thousand of t!u ni have not
yet recovered from the dram upon their
menus occasioned by last year's flight, oi;d
could not leave town again this year, hew
ever great the necessity might become.
But. quite Evtr.vnoDY is in earne-t. and
will insist that the lives of our people 1 e
considered rir-t and business afterwards.
Memphis refugees must be kept out of the
city, and if, by sharp practice, any 0! them
gain admission, they must be sent out.
How much it will cost this railroad or that
steamboat to enforce such a rule, must not
be considered. The health of the city the
lives of our people should be protected
without des roying business, jf poxibie;
but business or nobusine-s the city of Cairo
must not repass the onbal of 1S7. The
epidemic can be kept cut. The people, as
with one voice, demand that it shall be.
A DAMAGING STATEMENT CONTRA
DICTED. Mr. Editor:
The Sun of to-day says that the State
paid back all the money spent to protect
the city from yellow fever last year and
moke TOO. Will you please st.-.te that
Cairo did not ask for nor nr.c r.ivE any
moke money from the State than she ex
pended in connection with yellow fever
last year. And it is to be hoped that the
people of the State, who chance to see that
item, will not give it credence, els.1 they
will have good right to doubt the honesty
of the people of Cairo and her representa
tive in the Legislature. As to the other
fling, made in the same item, that the city
is not willing to spend any
money this ynr, that is as false
as the ether statement. I
believe I speak the sentiments of every
member of the City Council, when I say
that we are willing to expend every dollar
in the treasury, if necessity, to prevent the
scourge from enteringour city. But, I will
say again, what I said in the Board of
Health meeting yesterday, nnd which may
have caused the Sun's remark, and that is,
that the city authorities should insist upon
the State Board of Health commencing at
once, here, the expenditure of the $3,000
contingent fund appropriation, made by the
last legislature for the purpose of prevent
ing infectious diseases from entering the
State. Trios. W. Hallipay.
Cairo, July 19, 1S78.
Notice. Delinquent personal taxes must
be paid within the next three days, to save
costs. This is the last call.
John Hodges, Sheriff.
A Regular. Hack leaves the St. Charles
Hotel daily, at 8 a. m., and 1 aud C p'. m.,
for tho Court House, running up Levee to
Sixth Street; Sixth street to Commercial
avenue; Commercial to Twentieth street;
up Twentieth to Court House. Returning
dow n Washington avcuuo to Eighth; out
Eighth to Ohio levee, and down the Lcveo
to St. Charles Hotel. EVru each way, or
part of tho way, 3 cents.
The Cairo & Vinccnnes railroad passen
ger train leaving Culro at 5 a. in., (after
sunrise) makes same connections for Indian
apolis, Cincinnati, Louisville and other'
Eastern points as trains of other roads
leaving before daylight, or before sunset of
night before. Going vln Yincounes (the
only direct line) you avoid what cannot be
avoided by other lines; you avoid either
being hauled 1)0 miles out of your way or
lying two to twevo hours at a little country
depot, waiting for connecting train. At
Vinccnnes connecting trains are standing at
Union Depot (n our arrival, giving passen
gers just time for dinner.
Parlor car scats lrom Vinccunes und
sleeping car berths from Indianapolis or
Cincinnati reserved oa application.
For rates or tickets npply to
L. B. Church, Passenger Agent.
Wanted a boy to learn the printer's trade,
must be a good reader, have sonip knowl
edge of punctuation, be able to read inniiu
script readily, and bo not less than 13 years
old. Apply nt Tnc Bclletin office from
8 to 0 a. m.
AS WE SOON INTEND TO MAKE OUR
piUTiiiiscs of winter goods, we m e de
tenuineil as n means of closing out our
present stock of Bcasonallc goods, to
offer them at actual first co st, nnd will
on Monday next and until further no
tice, have marked down in price our en
tire stock of Clothing and Gent's Fnru
This is bona-flile, nnd to ohm hire
yourselves, we desire your personal in
Our stock is fresh, seasonable, stylish
and of the best makes iu the market,
and we would advie an early all be
fore the stock is broken, to avail your
selves of the extraordinary oiler.
GOLDSTINE A RUSENWATER.
13b' A UO Commercial Ave.
BUGGY AND HARNESS
For mlc. !n'''e of harui-i und a K-ariv new
side bur open ht:k-.-.v. Ai'plj-at tut U'jiK-tla (.fill...
STEAM B HATS.
pOR METROPOLIS AND PADUCAH.
Ttie Eles&ct Slilcw Levi PasntLjer Suimer
Leave Culro i-Very tfK-n.on ni odKk. 1r
Paiiucab. .Vitrnpoll- utd way lai.dii.;- Fur
freii-iit or pa-ace at ply to SUL A SILVER.
THE ANCHOR LINK.
For New Orleans.
JOHN A. SCTDDER.
Flex Calveiit .tvr
rriday. July Is. si lvp.ni
Motilay. July i'., a; jp. m
FOR MEMPHIS AND YICKSIU RG.
CITY OF 'HELENA.
Iaac McKxe . ....M..'.. r
T:h--dny, July 1". ut S p.m.
CITY OF GREENVILLE.
A. -I Carter M:i-t.-r
Ti.urnday, July 17 a! 1 p. tn
Ml PlIKETER ;,,.( ,.r
Saturday. July lit. u 5 j,
Tol.n Crtr.e M ,t. r
:u:.d.iy. July v. at !:,
FOR ST. 1.0 CIS
COLORADO. Mi I'uketit. m :lt r
Tue-day. Js'y I' at 3 j til
Join Crar.e Mi-t.-r
Wo::;r- l.y. Ju,v p . at 5 p. m
CITY OF ALTON.
Tiiiw.ay. July IT. at t.ou!,
GconcE W. Lennox Ma-vr
Friday. Julv at 5 p.n.
CITY OF VICKSBURtJ.
I!. K. Ulley .,,.,,r
Sunday, Ju.v i. ut ' p n
T. S. D.ivii'.on M'.t. r
JiiiUday, July ;. at l.ooi.
For n'l luformatlou r.j ply to AucIi.t Line Office.
Wiiarriior.t No -J. '
Crr. THOMAS V. SHIELDS, sun.
OAiiio crn FERRY CO.
THREE i STATES.
On and after Monday, June lfi, tue boat will iniilie
lac following J rt:
LEAVES LEAVES IEAVM
Foot Fourth st Missouri Lund'c. Kentucky Ld'g.
T a. iu.
V a. iu.
11 n. m.
i p. 111.
"Vi p. m.
9 b. m.
3 p. m.
' 7:M a. m.
(::!) 11. m.
11::m r. m.
t::'0 a. m.
VM p. m.
8 ft. in.
10 . u..
s p. in.
0:30 p. ru.
10 a. 111.
4 p. tu.
STOVES AND TINWABE.
"yt M. DAVIDSON,
Tin, Sheet-Iron and Copper.
COOKINO & HEATING
Tinware aud Rollow ware of every
Becrwart'i old stand, on Eighth itrsc-t.
CAIRO, .... IUlnolB
Pooflntt and Gttttertntr 1 nrUltv. All IrlnAa
of work skillfully and promptly porfornied and
prices made satisfactory.