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j II. BRYANT, M. D.
OFFICE! Eighth and Washlnfitou A vonuo.
RESIDENCE :-Corner Nineteenth and Wah
1 ngton. '
11 MAREAN, M. D.,
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
Offlca 140 Commercial avunne. Residence corner
. Fourteenth St- ud Wa'uliitfou avenue, Cairo.
T R. SMITH, M. D.
Olttee and Residence!
Ka 21 THIRTEENTH STREET. CAIRO. ILL,
R. E. W. WHITLUCk,
Crnoi-No. W. Commercial Avenue, botwocn
Eighth and Nluth Stwu
R. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICE-Elghta Street, near Commercial Avonne.
IIOMAS LEWIS, .
Notary Public and Conveyancer.
OFFICR:-Wlth tho Widows' andOorphans' Mu
tunl Aid 8oeletv.
JINEGAtt & LANSDEN,
OFFICE Wo. 118 Commercial Avenue.
R. E. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R.R.
trains aiuuve. . tbaixs bepaw
Mail 4:05 a.m. I Mall 3:10a.m.
Express 2:00 p.m. Express 6:00p.m.
Wail ...10:00 p.m. Mall 4:45 a.m.
CAIRO A; ST. LOUIS R. R.
Express. 5:10 p.m. I Express 8:45 a. m
Accom'datlon. 10:45 p.m. Accom'datlon. 12:35 p. m
CHICAGO, ST. LOOS AND NEW ORLEANS R.R
' il ;. 5:!p.m. I Mall 5:00 a.m.
C. A. AT. RAILROAD1
Texas express... 8 :40a.m. I Texas cxprc8S.8:15p.m.
Accommodal'n. .8 :30 a.m. I
C GENERAL DELIVERY open r.au a.m.; closes
T fl:Kn n.m Sunday: 8 to 9 a. m.
Money Order Department open at 8 a. m.; closes
ml A n. m.
Throuffh Etoross Mail via Illinois Central and
Mississippi Central Railroad clone at 12:30 p. m.
Cairo and Poplar Bluff Through and Way Mall
cirwss at v.'iou p. in. , ...
Wv Mail via Illinois Central. Cairo and Vln
(vnnet and MissJstppl Central Railroads close at
Way Stall for Narrow Gauge Railroad closes at 8
Cairo and Evansvllle River Route clones at 6::
p. m. daiiy (except Friday).
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY
Only Morninjr Daily in Southern Illinois.
Signal Ovrim, I
Cairo, III., July 21, W7. f
Time. Bar. Ther. Hum Wind. Vel Wtathej.
4:44 am 30.10
11:00 " Soil
3:4 " 30.07
Maximum Temperature. Minimum Tern
rwuture, 770; Ralnfull.O.Oi) Inch.
( - M . XI. KA i
Scrg't SIcnal Corps, V. S. A.
DIX0X SPRINGS. ILLS.'
These springs will be opened Juno 10th
under the management of the new proprie
tors, who would respectfully announce that
they have been thoroughly repaired. Over
thirty new cottages and new, largo and
capacious dining rooms have been built,
furnished entirely with new furniture, new
belling, spring mattresses, etc. The springs
tire situated in a high and healthy locality,
surrounded by magnificent scenery; aDd
their medical qualities, not excelled by any,
are too well known to need any comment,
They are supplied with nn abundance of
ice, refreshments and amusements usually
found at summer resorts. The best of fare
nad strictest attention to the comfort ot
guests is guranteed all for the small sum
of 1 9 per week. Special rates to tamihes,
J. R. Bbown & Co., Proprietors
. May 25th, 1879
The Finest 8nop in the West is the
new barber shop just opened by Wm, Alba,
opposite Paul Shuhs' drug store. It must
lie seen to be appreciated. Always clean
towels, keen razors, cool breezes and polite
workmen. A polito porter is always ready
to use the brush and bhek your boots for
Scents, no need to have them blacked in
the street. Prices of work as follows
Shaving, 10 cents; haircut, 25 cents; cham
pooing, 23 cents; other work in proportion
WIRE SCREENS, FURNITURE, ETC,
Furniture manufactured and all kinds of
repairing dono, at my shop on Commercial
avenue, between Eleventh and Twelfth
trcets; also all kinds of cabinet making to
order. . Mattresses yvanufactured to order
and kept on sale. Repairing and uphol
stering dono on short notiae. I have a
good supply of walnut moulding and wire
. cloth for screcns.to be made up in the latest
and lest stylo. Prices very low.
, Ten Cents Woh.th. It you want a noat
smooth shave for ten cents, or a fashionable
hair cut for 23 cents, or anything elso in
the tonaorial line, remember tho place to
- go to is Henry Schick's, No. 142 Commer-
. 1 i
, '"tea, lew Wholesale and Retail in
' tug or small quantitiei. Wagons will
' tui daily to all parts of the city, delivering
pun Lake Ice in auch quantities as cus-
" tmer mar desire. Leave orders at my
pot d ace OO Derenieeniu ucm vwiuumhihi,
: e.MMfcnra. aA Eiirhth street or address
. - 1 .A.M PnmniaMl.l,
mt ciroflgh tne po-omce.
- - - F. 31. Ward.
1 . " . .. ......
IN AND AROUND THE CITY.
Walter Whittakor was elected cleric of
the Board of Health yesterday.
-Barclay Bros, aro selling a Fly Plato
that is death on day-light bed-room flies.
The Bulletin office has declared
quarantino against transient printers. It
was dono by the printers.
At the archery practice last night, Mr.
Vandoru, shooting twenty-one arrows
made a score of thirty, and Mr. Ponncbakcr
a score oMweuty. , , '
Tho Mayor appointed James Kinnear
and M. E. Powers as two of tho special po
lice constables authorized by tho resolu
tion of tho Board of Health yesterday.
We have been asked, repeatedly, ;to
call attention to the vats connected with tho
up-town cooper-shops. They aro said to
emit a very offensive odor and a great deal
O. II. Jackson lias iwno on a visit to
his old home, at Fluwauze, Va. Schroe
der says he will be gone a month or until
frost, it all depends on yellow fever develop
ment. Tho recent change in tho temperature
comes a blessing that everybody welcomes
and enjoys. It is only ten or twelve de
grees, but it contributes amazingly to one's
Treasurer Aldon has bought a $700
printing offlco and will bo ready for busi
ness in a few days. Wo do not credit the
rumor that this means a new evening
daily to 'fill a void, etc."
The Equitable Life Insurance Com
pany through its Cairo agent, Mr. Burnett,
received three applications for largo
amounts of insurance yesterday, with more
in sight. Tho new departure ot the com
pany is a very popular one.
The contested election cases, unless
aain continued, will be commenced before
Judge Yocum to-day. It is not improbable,
however that owing to the confusion and
excitement incident to the time, that tho
inquiry will bo postponed.
The Illinois Central has changed its
time of departure, for the evening train,
from 6 :10 to 5 o'clock. The first train un
der this new arrangement went out yes
terday evening. The object of tho change
is said to bo to make close connection with
tho Mississippi Central.
The steamer Nashville came un Sun
day night, and was not permitted to land,
A citizen of Cairo, who was a passenger,
remained on board, until the boat landed
at Mound City. From that point he footed
it to. Cairo, just as he courd have dono had
he come directly from Memphis. That
breach in our lines must be looked to.
On Sunday afternoon, not far from
Commercial und Twentieth streets, there
was quite a savage fistic bout between a
negro and a white man. We didn't learn
the cause of the difference. Owing to the
fact thnt the white man was considerably
overcome by liquor, the colored man es
caped what, otherwise, would have been a
The want of rain is being felt every
where. In Cairo it is needed to lay the dust, j
which covers the streets to the depth of m
inch or more, and is so ' light, that the
merest zephyr carries it about in suffocating
clouds. It we had control of one of those
wonderful Italian praying machines, we'd
start it on the shower line, and never give
it a minute's rest until a drenching answer'
Alex. Frothinghiim & Co., have been
for many years stock brokers and bankers,
in New York, at 12 Wall Street. They
have the reputation of gaining for their
customers large returns from investments
ranging from 30 to 200, and have the
enviable reputation of always making
quick returns. Send for their Financial
The late secretary ot the Board of
Health, Mr. Smith, has been most coui te
ous and obliging to our reporter in giving
him access to the minutes of tho proceed
mgs ot the lioaru. It is claimed that one
of the resolutions published in Sunday's
Bulletin had been recinded. We copied
no resolutions except those that were
marked adopted, or given to us as adopted.
Our hands are clean.
Out of tho regular panel of twenty
four men, only two jurors for tho Glas9
case wero obtained, yesterday forenoon,
and just before adjournment for dinner the
Court directed the Sheriff to call in' fifty
talesmen. Pending the notification of thiq
force, the Court called up the case of the
People vs, Frank Anderson, charged with
petty larceny. The trial resulted in Frank's
conviction, and it being his second offence,
his punishment was fixed at two years in
The election contest of Winter vs. This
tlewood will not beprosecuted. Tho plain
tiff being ruled to give bonds for costs, at
2 o'clock, yesterday, appeared at that hour,
and gave notice of his purpose to abandon
the suit. Why it was ever commenced is
a current conundrum, for which we are
wholly unable to give a satisfactory an
swer. As neither Foley's nor Linegar's
answers have yet been filed, there is a
chance that there cases too may come to a
very sudden, termination.
Tho labor imposed upon tho members
of tho Board of Health, tho time they aro
compelled to devote to tho duties of their
position, and the responsibility that at
taches to them, arc Jar greater than a gen
erous public is willing to exact or require,
without ofl'ering some return. They imould
i nni.v nnd naid handsomely. They , are,
all of them, public spirited men, but as
their labors involvo more time and rcsponsi
bility than could bo required or expected
ot them as citizens having a common inter
est with tho balance of us, they deserve
and should receivo a just compensation.
It will never do for Ike Clements to go
to Congress now. He participated in a
glass ball shooting match, In Carbondalc,
tho other day, and broko only three balls
out of thirteen. He thus publishes it to
the world that ho can't shoot, nnd those
terrible southern- brigadiers, awaro of tho
fact, would badger and brow-beat, bull
do?eand bully-rag him until lie would re
siim and no home, to escape tho torture. It
was an ill-starred day for "little Ike," when
he showed that he can't shoot.
Mrs. Heury Metsalf writes from Crit
tenden Sulphur Srpings that her health has
boon greatly improved by a use of tho
waters; but, as the plnco is thronged with,
Memphis refugees, who room beside and
all around her, tho lamiliar contact is not
altogether agreeable, and she will, on that
account, be compelled to shorten her in
tended stay, and return home. The water
lias powerful curative properties; but as its
efficacy as a preventive or cure of yellow
fever has never been demonstrated, she re
gards it prudent to run no unnecessary
Whtln tho 5. 10. 15 and 25 cent fares
of tho Cairo and Paducah packets may be
telling disastrously upon tho purses ot tho
owners of the boats, they certainly operate
to the advantage of both Cairo and Padu
cah. Tartics living between the termini ot
the trade can afford to visit Cairo to effect
the purchase even of $2 or 3 worth of
goods; and many persons do come to Cairo
from points twenty-five miles distant, to
trade to the extent even of five or six dol
lars. The trade thus secured to the city is
already considerable, and is constantly in
The fivo competent inspectors, appoint
ed under a resolution of the Board of
Health to inspect the cisterns, privies, out
houses, yards alleys and by-ways of the
city, will make their report to the Board of
Health to-morrow. Whatever may be the
nature ot that report, it will not be denied
that an order requiring the liberal use of
disinfectants, is manifestly needed. About
the stables, privies and homes of the poorer
classes i3 there an especial need of disin
fection; but to secure this the city will bo
called upon not only to furnish the disin
fectants but men to properly apply them.
About 8 o'clock Saturday night, one of
the clerks of the New York Store heard a
noise up stairs for which he could not ac
count, and securing a light ho repaired to
that portion of the building to learn the
wherefores. On gaining the second floor
he saw a young man mimed James Aden,
making his escape through a rear window,
witli a lot of clothing. For the time Aden
escaped. Squire Osborn was awakened, a
warrant secured, and placed in tho hands
of Sheriff Hodges. Tho young maR is now
in jail. Ho effected an entrance into the
store by clambering upon tho reat ware
house, from whence lie readily reached the
second story window. Whether or not i
was the young man's first visit is not
Why is it that the Health forco has
used no disinfectants? Go where you will,
hunt where you may, you will see no evi
dences of a use of lime, coal tar or other
disinfectants, save only as they have been
used by private individuals. It- is
no time now to' "stir up stinks." The ob
ject should be to suppress or destroy them;
and that tho middle of the summer should
be reached without any move being mado
in that direction, gives rise to the gravest
apprehensions among the people. A pre
caution so necessary to the public safety,
having been neglected so long already,
should not bo neglected another day. Lime
and tar carts should be sent abroad, in tho
city, and especially into the localities that
were infected last year, at onco -immediately.
AH tho reports, yesterday, about cases
of yellow fever here, there and elsewhere, in
Cairo, wero the work of mischief-makers,
who deservo tho severest reprobation. We
took the trouble to trace up from the re
ports, and found them utterly foundation
less. The nearest approach to the truth
was found in the case that was located in
the hospital. A negro man was taken to the
hospital, during the day, but his ailment
was a cracked head. For the cases located
on the 12th, 13th, 4th, 27th and 19th streets,
there was not even the shadow of a founda
tion. In times like these, tho men or boys
who wilfully set such reports in circula
tion, should bo severely punished ; and if
there is any law that will reacli them, our
authorities should see to it that it is enforced,
promptly and without partiality. To scare
people is a questionable sport at any time.
In times liko these it is fiendish.
Tho City Council convened in called
session at 9 o'clock yesterday morning.
The meeting was called for tho purpose of
providing ways and means for tho enforce
ment of sanitary regulations, and the pro
tection of tho city from tho approach of the
yellow fever. Alderman Halliday intr0.
ducod a resolution, which was adopted,
giving to tho City Clork authority to buy,
in tho name of the city, supplies of every
description tliat may be thought necessary
in carrying into effect tho measures ndoptcd
for tho preservation of tno public health.
The resolution further provided that the
Mayor shall have power to appoint such
number of special polico constable m
J-usuax MOKMNU. .IDLY
other persons as the Board of' Health may
uecui uecessary to cmorce the quarantine
regulations and all the ordinances of tho
city relating to tho public health. The
rest of tho proceedings were . of llttlo pub
lic conscqucnco. Ten saloon bonds wero
approved, as wero tho lionds of Milton
Jenkins for tho performance of a sidewalk
contract, und of P. II. Corcoran for , tho
filling of theCacho bridgo approaches. On
motion of Alderman Halliday tho Street
Committee was directed to lmvo proper cul
verts or pipes placod in Cottonwood slough,
and tho proper filling made thcrcin,whon,no
further business appearing, tho Council ad
journed. At tho Board of Health meeting, yester
day morning, tho action taken was merely
anxilliary to that which had preceded it.
Dr. Rauch was present, and made several
suggestions to tho board, concluding with
tho assurance that tho Stato Board will un
dertake tlio payment of two of tho polico
constables found necessary to on enforce
ment of the rules and regulations of the
Board of Health. He alsoiuvitcd tho Board
to be present at tho meeting of the State
Board which will bo hold in this city to-day.
Alderman Halliday then introduced tho fol
lowing resolutions, which were adopted
"Resolved, That no person whatever
from boats that are under tho rules of the
Board of Health, now forbidden to land at
this placo, bo permitted to como ashore
from said boats, but that the quarantine
officer visiting said boats bo instructed to
have filled any orders tor supplies wanted
by said boats, and see that such supplies
are delivered aboard tho boats, and that no
person tromthc city be permitted to go
aboard any such boats." And it was fnr
ther "Resolved, That the Mayor be re
quested to appoint four special police
constables under the authority conferred by
resolution of the city council of this date,
and also to employ a competent secretary
for the Board of Health." After, a discus
sion of other matters, but without taking
further action, the board adjourned.
The demand of the people and of the
occasion is for a ' rigid quarantine. It is
believed that upon tho completeness of our
quarantine depend not only the lives
many of our citizens ; but tho future of our
city. It is demanded that Memphis refu
cces be excluded; that thev
shall not only not . be per
mitted to land from boat3 or cars; but that
they be sent out of the city, if they sue
ceed in running the quarantine and obtain
doinocile among us. It is demanded that
the old game so successfully practiced by
refugees last year, and to some extent
this year, of going beyond the city and re
turning by rail, on foot or otherwise be
guarded against and prevented. We can
do, and require, all this and more detenu
idly when we reflect tltat the Memphis ref
ugees have no right, moral
legal or divine to carry their
deadly poison where they know it is liable
to spread in the form of an epidemic. They
should be compelled to seek those point
where the dreaded germs they carry with
them, can affect nobody but themselves
The present is rapidly assuming a strugg
for self- preservation, wherein the humane
impulses must not be allowed to control.
it win c, irom tms tune tortii, "every
community for itself." The towns below,
in the interior ns well as upon the rivers,
are squaring their action to such a purpose,
and Cairo must be equally true to herself,
or suffer the consequence.
The suggestion that the skiffs be jerked
out of the nver, so that careless, unprinci
pled or reckless persons may not, as was
the case last year, ferry refugees into the
city under the cover of night, is a good one,
and should be acted upon. The people nre
anxious to applaud any and every move
mcnt that is calculated to increase our
security against the ingress of Memphis re
fugees. To leave the city and support them
selves while absent, cost our people, last
year, from $.'0,000 to $75,000. There is
not a man in the city who would not now
prefer to see even twice that sum expended,
if by the expenditure, the people are saved
from the experiences of last year. In other
words, everybody would prefer to pay out
his money and have security at home, rather
than to make the expenditure for security
abroad. It is, therefore, hoped and believed
that neither the Mayor nor the Board of
Health will hesitate on account of the cost,
about .adopting any measure that may pre
m'i3c increased security to the city. If a
line of sentinels around tho leveo will af
ford us safety, the peoplo say put out the
sentinels. If tho employment of 100 men
to watcii tno railroads, rivers and wagon
roads, will keep the scourge ot bay, it
would bo criminal negligence not to em
ploy the men. A close, impass ible burier
about tho city one that no Memphian can
climb over or pass through is tho demand
of tho hour, and tho sooner that bnrncr
is established tho sooner will tho present
excitement bo allayed, and tho confldenco
ot the people, somewhat impaired by re
cent occurrences, bo restored.
The caso of tho People vs. Glass for tho
murder of Carter Newman in tho Holc-in-the-Wall,
last spring, was called yesterday
morning. Tho panncl of twenty-four re
gular jurors was exhausted early in tho day,
only two of tho number, Copt. Georgo Hill
and Thomos Sullivan, being accepted. Tho
sheriff was then directed to summon fifty
talesmen. While the sheriff was thus en
gaged the two jitrors chosen were commit
ted to tho care of Deputy 8ch utter, and tho
court proceeded to the trial of Fronk An
derson, with tho result given elsewhere.
Tho talesmen not yet being in court, the
caso of the People vs. John Thomar,
the negro boy,' arrested by constablo
Benuefleld for horse-stealing, was put upon
trial. Tho jury, after a 6hort absence,
found John Thomas "not guilty." Tho
work of selecting tho jury in the Glass caso
was then resumed, and consumod tho bal
ance of the day. From tho hundred men
examined, tho parties to tho caso accepted
tho following jury: Oeorgo Hill, Thomas
Sullivan, John McNamara, Henry Good
year, Charles Parker, O. W. WlimocK,
Georgo Fraser, John Fry, William Johnson,
(colored), Wesley Davis, (colored) Carl
Koeliler and Casper Gundschcr. Tho jury
was then duly charged, and tho Court ad-
ndjournod until this morning when tho
case will bo opened by States-Attorney, W.
C. Mulkey, tor tho people, and Harmon
Black for tho accused. Tho caso excites
much interest, especially among the great
throng of colored folks who aro familiar
with the details. During the tedious pro
cess of selecting tho jury two hundred or
more colored peoplo maintained their seats
in the building, unwilling to leave, lest a
word of interest might escape them. To
day the court house will be crammed.
LATEST FROM MEMPHIS.
Tho latest news from Memphis came by
despatch to Dr. Rauch, yesterday evening,
to the effect that during the last 24 hours
there had been 19 new cases and 7 deaths
bred for this information to
Mr. W. F. Schuckers, who received it di
rect from headquarters, and may be accept
ed as the facts of the case.
Office of I. C. R. R. Co.
Cairo, Ills., July 20, 1870.
On account of quarantine regulations,
necessitating the transfer of passengers and
baggage at East Cairo, the Illinois Central
passenger train No. 4 will leave the Passen
ger Depot, Cairo, at five (5) o'clock p. m
until further notice, instead of at six (6)
o'clock p. m. as heretofore. Tins arrange
ment to take effect this day, Monday, 21st
hist. James JonssoN,
Gen'l Southern Agt.
The Veky Latest From Conrad Alba's
barber s!ioi next door to Korsmeyer's
cierar store on 0th street, near tho Levee
Prices reduced to suit the times.
His shop is cool, clean and elegantly
furnished; li is' razors keen; his workmen
courteous, polite and skilled. His toilet
articles of the finest and work done always
KLEE! KLEE! ICE! ICE !
Ice at wholesale and retail all through
the season. Wagons run regularly to all
parts of the citv. Oliice and Ice Box
next to Bristol's grocery on Eicrht street
The host Lake Ice always on hand.
A Regular Hack leaves the St. Charles
Hotel daily, at 8 a. m., nnd 1 and 6 p. m
for the Court House, running up Levee to
Sixth Street; Sixth street to Commercial
avenue; Commercial to Twentieth street
up Twentieth to Court House. Returning
down Washington aveuue to Eighth; out
Eighth to Ohio levee, and down the Levee
to St. Charles Hotel. Fare each way. or
part of the way, 5 cents.
Notice On aud after July 1st. the prices
at my shop will be reduced to the following
figures: Shaving, 10 cento hair cutting,
25 cents; shampooing, 25 cents,
Hair and whisker dying in proportion.
Grateiul to mv old customers for tueir
past 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. STEisnocsE
In the District Court of the T'nited States Southern
' DNtrlct of iniuois.
In the matter of Luuls 0. ThoiiiD, Canknipt. In
Cairo, IlllnolK. July . A. D. 1S7:.
To Lou's D. Thorns and whom it may concern,
notice is hereby given: That by order of the UU
trlct Court of tno L'nlted Status lor the Southern
Dlnrlctof IllinoU. the second and third meetings
of the creditors of siilfl bankrupt will be held at
Sit. Vernon. In said I)ltrict, on the liith dav of
Au.'UKt. A. I). 1879, at 10 o clock, a, til. at the office
of John CJ. Harman, Ka., ou of the Register In
Bankruptcy in said District f . nurnoe named
In ecctlonn Mi aud tM of .evmed .statute of
the united mutes, at wlilch'y tmi? you, the aid
Loula D. Thorn, are required to he prexeut by tald
order of court. Gaoihti Fishku, AelKtiee,
wriEREAS, William W. Thornton and Martha
M. Thornton, by their curlalu Truat lived dated
May the tSith, A. 1) . 17 and recorded In tho Record
er ollleo In Alexuuder County. In ISook "V." Pajjo
41, i and 8 did convey to the nudcrl(jned a Truteu
the lirenile hereinafter described to ecuro the
payment of neveti promlaory note for thu mm of
one inoiiHaud iimni) iionar encti ana buyable re
npuctlvely In four (4iHvu (M Klx (0)evcti (7) oltht
(Hj nine (ii) aud ten (10) year from date, with Inter
est at thu rate of ten per cent per anuum, uavablo
neml-annually from (late and w hereu live (5) of tald
note are now due and unpaid
with interest on
Biimo from tho iffiih of May A. D
174 in tl,li iliitn
And Whereaa 'the umil huldur nf aitlil nnin linn
called upon the uudendKned to null ihopremleii
hereinafter described to satisfy said uotua and lnter
eel. Now therefore In puruuuro of tho termi of
wild Deed of Trut tho undersigned will,
ON WEDNESDAY TIIK 11TII DAY OF AUGUST,
A. D. IHtU.
between the hour of ten (10) o'clock A. M., and 5
o clock P.M. of Midday, on tho promise herein
after described In the city of Cairo, 111., proceed
to ell at public veuduo to tho highest bidder for
cnh, the following described Real Estate, to-wit:
Lot uumbor nine (lllten (lO)eleven(U) twelvo(19)
and thirteen (13) iu block number sixteen (10) In
the first addition to thu city of Cairo, Illinois, a
platted by tho Trustee of Cairo Clv Property,
sltuatud In tho County of Alexander, IllltioU, aud
nil tho rlifht and eijultv of redemption of the said
William W. Thornton and Martha M. Thornton his
wife, their heirs, exeeutors. administrators, and as
fltfiis therein, to satisfy said trust and all costs and
expenses of executing the same.
EDWARD A . WILSON, Triwtoe.
Sprlngflold, Illi., July tftn, WV. , '
The Cairo & Vinconnes railroad passen
ger train leaving Cairo at 5' a. m., (after
sunrlso) makes same connections tor Indian
apolis, Cincinnati, Louisville and other
Eastern points as trains of other roads
caving before daylight, or before sunset of
night before. Going via Vinconnes (tho
only direct line) you ovoid what cannot bo
avoided by other lines; you avoid either
eing hauled 100 miles out of your way or
ylng two to twove hours at a little country
depot, waiting for connecting train. At
Vinconnes connecting trains aro standing at
Union Depot on our arrival, giving passen
gers jusjt time for dinner.
Parlor cat seats trora Vinceunes and
sleeping car berths from Indianapolis or
Cincinnati reserved on application.
For rates or tickets apply to
L. B. CiR'Rcn, Passenger Agent.
Wasted a boy to learn the printer's trade,
must be a good reader, have some knowl
edge of punctuation, be able to read manu
script readily, and bo not less thau 15 years
old. Apply at Tue Bulletin office from
8 to 0 a. m.
AS WE SOON INTEND TO MAKE OUR
purchases of winter goods, wc are de
termined ns a means of closing out our
present Ktock of seasonable goods, to
offer them at actual first co tt, and will
on Monday next ami until further no
tice, Lave marked down in price our en
tire stock of Clothing and Gent's Furn
This is bona-fide, 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 an early call be
fore the stock is broken, to avail your
selves of the extraordinary oner.
GOLDSTINE & ROSEN WATER,
133 & 140 Commercial Ave.
BL'GGY AND HARNESS
For sale, sinclo set of harness aud a nearly new
aide bar open bugtfy. Apply at the IlulK tin office.
pOR METROPOLIS AND PADUCAH.
The Ek-pant Sidtwheel Passc-ttcr SU-amcr
Leaves Cairo every arienioon al 3 o cluck, for
Paducah, Metropolis and wuv landing For
fre icUt or paf8:e apply to bOL. A. MLVEK,
THE ANCHOR LINE.
For New Orleans.
JOHN A. SCTDDER
Friday, July IS, at 10 p.m.
Moiiduy. July -.'l, m -.'p.m.
FOR MEMPHIS AND VICKSBURG.
CITY OF HELENA,
Iaac McKle Mafter
Tuesday, July 15, at 5 p.m.
CITY OF GREENVILLE.
A. 3. Carter Muster
Thursday, July 17 at 5 p. in.
fcuturday, July 19, at 5 p. m.
John Crane Master
1 Suiiduy, July !M. at 5 p in
FOR ST. LOUIS-
Tuesday. July 15 at 5 p. in
John Crane Master
Wednesday, July l'i. at 5 p. iu
CITY OF ALTON.
Thursday, July 17, at noon
George W. Lennox
Friday. Juiy 1. at 3 p.m.
CITY OF VICKSI3URG.
R. K. Riley r
btinaav. Juiy vH at 5 p.m.
T. 8. Davidson .MaMer
Mouday, July 31, at noon
For all Information apply to Anchor Line Office,
Wharfhoat No. !i.
Capt. THOMAS W. SHIELDS. Subt.
CAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
On and after Monday, June 10, the boat will make
the following trip;
leaves leaves leaves
Foot Fourth st. Missouri Land'B. Kentucky Ld'g.
7 a. m.
U a. di.
11 a. in.
i p. ni.
4 -r0 p. m.
(1 a. m.
3 p. in.
7:) a. m.
9:) a. m.
11:30 a. m.
fl:30 a. m.
8 a. m.
10 a. m.
10 a. m.
4 p. m.
STOVES AND TINWARE.
Tin, Sheet-Iron and Copper.
COOKING- Sc HEATING
STOVES, Tinware aud Hollow ware of every
Becrwart'l old stand, on Eighth street.
CAIRO, .... ininolsj
ROOtl n ff and Otlttonnir anni.U1 All Irlnita