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? ' T U. BRYANT, M. L.
npnCK: Elrhth mid Wasnlncton Awnoa.
RESIDENCE :-Comer Nlnetwuth and Waab.
H. MAREAN, M. D.,
.-' Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
1 Ofllo 1' Commercial avennc. Residence corner
Fourteenth St. and Washington avt-nuo, Cairo.
r. SMITH, M. D.
v Office anil Ri-sldt-nr:
IsO. 81 THIRTEENTH STREET, CAIRO. ILL,
It. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Crrun-So. 16 Commorctal Avenue, between
Eighth and Ninth Slrecu
r. iv. c. jocelyn;
CFFICE-Eightb Street, near Commercial Avenue.
, Notary Public and Conveyancer.
; OFFICE: With the Wldowa' and Oorphans' Mu
- tnal Aid Sofletr
JINEGAK & LANSDEN,
OFFICE No. US Commercial Avenue.
K. K. TIME CAKD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
THMKS AIUUYB. "" TBAIN DEPART
Mall 4:05 a.m. I Mall 3:10a.m.
Express 2:00 p.m. Eipresa 0:00 p.m.
CAIRO & VINCENSES R. R.
Mall 10:00 p.m. Mall 4:45 a.m.
CAIRO & ST. LOUI3 R. R.
Express 5:10 p.m. I Express 8:15 a. m
Accom'datlon 10:15 p.m. I Accom'datlon.l2:'.J5p. m
CHICAGO. ST. LOUIS AND NEW ORLEANS R.R
Mall 5:)p.m. Mall 5:00 a.m.
C. A. 4 T. RAILROAD'
Texan express. . .8:10 a.m. 1 Texaa express. 8:15p.m.
Arxommodnt'n. .8:30 a.m. I
GENERAL DELIVER open . :30 a. m.; closes
6:30p.m.; Sunday: 8 to 9 a.m.
Money Order Department open at 8 a. m.; closes
at 5 d. m.
Throoeh Erpross 51 all i via Illinois Central and
Mississippi Central Railroads close at 1S:30 p. m.
Cairo und Poplar bluff Through and Wuy Mall
Clowe at li.'.k'D. m.
Wav Mull via Illinois Central. Cairo and Yin-
eennes and MlMiaslppI Central Railroads closo at
y:3 p. m.
Way SUU for Narrow Guugo Railroad closes at 8
Cairo &rd Evansvllle River Kouto closes at 6:30
p. m. daiiy (except Friday).
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY,
Only Morninsr Daily in Southern Illinois.
SIGNAL OfTICS. I
Caiho. 111.. July 2. IS7B. f
Time. Bar. Ther. Iium. Wind. Vtl W'tathu.
:fi a m 30.02
S:48 " SD.7S
Maximum Temperature. 85 ; Minimum Tern
perature, 77 : Rainfall, 0. SO inch.
v W. U. RAY,
Sirg't Slenal Corps, U. 8. A.
DIXON SPRINGS, ILLS.
These springs will be opened June 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, large and
capacious dining rooms have been built,
furnished entirely with new furniture, new
beding, spring mattresses, etc. The springs
are situated in a high and healthy locality,
surrounded by magnificent scenery; and
their medical qualities, not excelled by any,
are too well known to need any comment,
They are supplied with an abundance of
ice, refreshments and amusements usually
found at summer resorts. The best of fare
and strictest attention to the comfort ot
guests is guranteed all for the small sum
- of $8 per week. Special rates to tainilies.
. ' J. R. Brown & Co., Proprietors.
May 23th, 1870
The Finest Shop in the West is the
new barber shop just opened by Wm. Alba,
oniwsite Paul Shuhs1 dru2 store. It must
be seen to be appreciated. Always clean
towels, keen razors, cool breezes and polite
workmen. A polite porter is always ready
to use the brush and bl-ick your boots for
5 cents, no need to have them blacked in
the street. Prices of work as follows:
Shaving, 10 cents; hair cut, 25 cents; chom
pooing, 25 cents; other work in proportion
WIRE SCREENS, FURNITURE, ETC.
Furniture manufactured and all kinds of
repairing done, at my Bhop on Commercial
vonue, between Eleventh and Twelfth
streets; also all kinds of cabinet making to
order. Mattresses manufactured to order
and kept on sale. Repairing and uphol
storing done on short . notice. I have a
good supply of walnut moulding and wire
cloth for screcns,to be made up in the latest
and best style. Prices very low.
Ten Cents Worth. It you want a neat
smooth shave for ten cents, or & fashlonablo
hair cut for 25 cents, or anything else in
the tonsorial line, remember the place to
, go to is Henry Schick's, No. 142 Commer
Icb, Ice Wholesale and Retail In
large or small quantities. Wagons will
run daily to all parts of the city, delivering
pore Lake Ice in such quantities' as cus-
lomers may desire. Leave orders at my
' residence on Seventeenth near Commercial;
'-' at Bargeonta, on Eighth street, or address
nie through the post-office.
P. M. Ward.
IN AND AROUND THE CITY.
The stock cars, quito numerous in the
city, are abundantly odorous; but the odor
is probably healthy.
The C. & V.. and Illinois Central roads
have brought nn unusual number of pas
senger coaches to this end of their roads.
The testimony In the Glass-Newman
murder case is now all before the jury nud
will bcpublished in TnE Bulletin to-morrow.
Dr. Rauch is certainly lending our au
thorities very active and 'efficient aid, in
this trying emergency, and is entitled to
the thanks of our people accordingly.
Our people seem to bo talking them
selves into a frenzy respecting the lax
quarantine against the railroads. The mat
ter promises to culminate in a public meet
ing. After so long a time, the Fourteenth
street colored Baptist church is being
crowned with its cupalo. It will add very
considerably to tho appearance of the
The proprietor of a down-town estab
lishment, anxious to assist in the wrk of
cooling down the fevered excitement of the
times, offers "ice-cold lemonade'' at five
cents a pint.
The current of tho Ohio being very
sluggish too much so to carry off tho
floatable debris of the Thorpe, Capt. Hill
was compelled to pile it upon the bunk and
apply the torch to it.
At Mr. Boot Penn's rehandling ware
house, yesterday, a hogshead of tobacco,
weighing 2,250 lbs., crushed through the
first floor, making an opening two or three
timc3 its own size. Nobody hurt.
Mr. H:iinc3 says the liquid contents of
the cooper's vats, 'though quite odorous,
are not unhealthy. The water is frequently
changed, he says, and, but for the presence
of copperas in it, might bo drank with per
Mound City having escaped the touch
of the epidemic last yeaf, feels comparative
ly secure this year; but her authorities will
not be lulled by that feeling into non-action
They will enforce prudent precautionary
measures at once.
A certain number of the many run of
stone in the mammoth Egyptian mills, of
thi9 city, arc devoted to the grinding of meal.
which like the flour, is of a tip-top brand
The milling business has become on import'
ant interest in Cairo giving employment di
rectly and indirectly to several hundred
We were informed yesterday that a
young man who owns a skiff, boasted that
lie had made fifteen dollars the p'ght be
fore, bringing refugees across the river, and
intended to make fifty last night. He prob
ably lied ; but if there had been a demand
for his services who or what was to prevent
him from rendering them?
The force of special police constables
was made complete, yesterday, by the ap
pointment of Paul W. Allen and Daniel
McCarthcy. To watcli the rivers, trains,
and different avenues leading into the city,
requires the services ot not less than 25
men. Six or eight men ure not equal to
t'.ie task of protecting the city.
James Aden, the young man who was
caught in a burglarious visit to the sennd
story of the New York store, Sunday night,
bad his preliminary examination before
Squire Comings, yesterday. The evidence
against him being pointed and conclusive,
the Squire committed him to the county
jail, in default of bail in the sum of $500.
A burglarious attempt to break into
the safe in Squire Comings' office, night be
fore last, resulted in failure. The rascal's
effort to pick tho lock, and to charge it with
powder, left tell-tale marks behind, but
nothing that lurnished a clue to his iden
tity. He was evidently scared off. When
burglars come down to magistrates' officers,
it is alwut time to strengthen the fasten
ings of printing offices.
The bal champetrc by K. M. K. C.
Friday night is big in promises of fun and
enjoyment, despite the prevailing incite
ment. There will be a magnilient display
of lire-works; the grounds will be brilliant
ly lighted by vari-colored lanterns, and en
even half dozen pedestrians have already
signified their purpose to take part in the
walking match, and contest for the prizes.
Of course, everybody will put "dull care"
aside, and bo present.
Among other false stories afloat yester
day, was one to the effect that Dr. Wardner
had been telegraphed that we had an un
doubted case of yellow fever in Cairo, in
the person of a Memphis refugee; that Dr.
W. alter arriving in the city, examiucd tho
cisc and found it to be as represented. Dr.
Wurdner did rcceie a dispatch to the ef
fect that there was a suspicious case in
Cuiro, but found, upon his arrival, that the
suspicions were without even tho shadow
of a foundation to rest upon.
Mr. Joseph Buccanano, who occupies
one of tho levee buildings above Eighth
street, made it a point to gather into his
basement a largo quantity of the timbers
blown from the wreck of the bargo Perry
Thorpe. This timber being nothing less
than a portion of the materialized stink
that rendered the Thorpe bucIi a nuisance,
at once became a menace to the health and
oflence to the nostrils of the neighbors, and
the result was that complaint was ciado
against Mr. Buccanano for maintaing
nuisance. Squire Coming held that tho
case had been made out against defendant,
CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MOKMNG, JULY 23, 1879.
and the fine and cost imposed muuuuu-u w
teu dollars and eventy-fivo cents. It U to
i .. i i.
be hoped that Mr. B. will not construe tho
payment of this fine as conferring tho
right to malutain his nuisance. A. new
offense is committed every twenty-four
Four members of the State Board of
Health arrived in the city at 2 p. m,, yes
terday, and after dining ut the St. Charley
repaired to the Arlington House and organ
ized for business. As the organization was
ffe'eted before the appointed hour tho local
Board did not arrive until tho Board had
nearly concluded its labors. Mayor This
tlewood and Alderman Liucgar were pres
ent, part of the time, and participated, in
the proceedings. See minutes of proceed
Yesterday, us upon the day before,
stories were current, well calculated to in
teusify tho prevailing excitement. No
body had information for which he could
vouch. It was always second or third
handed, and following it up to its source it
resolved itselt into a suspicion, a conjee
ture4or a downright falsehood. Tho man
capable of concocting and circulating
alarming falsehoods, in times like these,
deserves to be kicked out of town. If we
were a Bogardus Kicker we'd at once see to
it that no meritorous cases escaped ntten
The story of a case of yellow fever on
Thirteenth street was revived again yester
day, and in the evening became the subject
of eager inquiry in all parts of the city.
We carefully investigated the matter. The
Ensmingcr house, occupied by Lou McGra
tian being tho alleged ill-fated establish
ment, it was there and in the neighborhood
the inquiries were extended. Tho whole
Btory grew out of the fact that Lou McGni-
tian's infant is sick. The child has been
sick three months of summer complaint,
and there is no other case of sickness of
any kind in thct -vicinity.
A fact that ought to udd not a ltttle to
the encouragement of Cairo people, is this,
that nowhere, nrth or south has yellow
fever made its appearance, save in Mem
phis alone. Nashville, Brownsville and
other points, through which there has been
a continuous strain of Memphis refugees
and that are now filled with that class of
people, have not had a single case. Hick
man, Vicksburg, Grenada, New Orleans,
ITolly .Springs and other points that suffered
so terribly last yeir, have escaped entirely.
The scourge, comparatively light handec,
confines itself exclusively to Memphis.
Why can't we, ther.cxcrci.se a little common
sense, and gather "back-bone" from a state
of facts that is so indeniably encouraging?
Preliminary pnceedir.gs were had in
the county court, yeitcrday, in the election
contests between Nit and Foley, and Rit
tenhouso nnd Linejar. Mr. Linegar ap
pearing lor mniscli and air. toivy, demur
red to the petition on the ground that the
court had no jurisdiction in the ct.se. The
demurrer was argued at much length and
quite ably by Messrs. Linegar and Leek,
the latter representing the petitioners. The
demurrer was over-ruled by the court, and
defendants ruled to answer by ! o'clock
this morning. Tiiere is a prospect, there
fore, that the merits of the cases will be
probed some time during the day; but it is
not likely that a decision will be reached
for a day or two.
The news fxm Mem; his, yesterday,
tended to cor. firm the belief that that un
fortunate city is doomed to suffer ravages of
the epidemic ts long as any material Is left
to feed upon. Just before night-full
Dr. Rauch informed our reporter that bis
latest news wan to the effect that there had
en ive!i.j--tiv new cases end six death's
during the preceding tw.nty-four hours.
Dr. Riuch was also in posession of dis
patches from Dr. lb'i'.ly, of Chicago, now
i:i Memphis, vhith ntntcd that tho d'sensu
yielded to treatment much more readily
than last year; thot while 50 percent were
lost then, less than 20 per cent die now.
Dr. Mitchell telegraphs that the town is
nlrcady so nearly depopulated that it is
scarcely probable that the epidemic will be
a severe one.
STATE BOARD OF HEALTH.
meetinh caiko is yesterday minutes
OF THE PHOCEEDINliS.
At the meeting of the State Board of
Health held in this city yesterday, Dr.
Wardner, President, and Drs. Clark, Lud
hum and Rauch, answered roll call.
Dr. Clark offered tho following resolu
Resolved, That the Illinois State Board
of Health hereby adopts the rules and reg
ulations of the National Board of Health as
published, to promote the sanitary condi
tion of steamboats and other vessels, rail
roads, etc. Adopted.
The following resolution, offered by Dr.
Ludlam was also adopted: Resolved,
That we deem it our duty again to call at
tention to tho fact that this Board needs
the personal and private as well ns tho pub
lic co-operation of all good citizens and
householders in carrying out its plans for
the preservation of health and the protec
tion of communities against the invasion
of all epidemic diseases, and especially tho
The following resolution, by Dr. Clark
was adopted : .
Resolved that this board considers it a
public necessity that one sanitary police
man should be stationed at Mound City, nt
an expense not exceeding $r,o per month,
and two at Cairo at an expense not exceed-
ing sixty dollars per month, the same to be
paid from the contingent fund ' ap
propriated for the prevention ot epidemics
Dr. Ludlam offered the following:
Resolved, That it is necessary and
proper to appoint a medical inspector,
whose duty it shall bo to assist in carrying
out the rules and regulations of tho State
Board of Health.
The following resolution was also intro
duced ljy Dr. Ludlam:
Resolved, That the State Board of
lltiilth would respectfully recommend to
the local board at Cairo, the appointment
of a medical man on their Board of
And Dr. Clark offered tho following:
Resolved that the Board would not feel
warranted in extending aid to those towns
or cities in this State that have neglected
to provide municipal sanitation.
All of which resolutions were unani
The appointment of the medical inspector
provided tor by the 4th resolution, was left
to the president nnd secretary.
On motion of Dr. Ludlam the president
and secretary were authorized to make
such expenditures as may seem actually
necessary, and do what may be required to
be done during tho intervals between the
meetings of the board.
Whereupon tho board adjourned.
KEWSFUOM MEMPHIS AND ELSEWHERE.
From dispatches received by D. Rauch
yesterday, we gather the following informa
tion. Wirt Johnson telegraphs from Grenada,
at 2 :14 p. m. : "Can hear of no case m this
part of the State."
C. White, sanitary director, New Orleans,
telegraphed at 12 o'clock:
"No cases of fever in the city. Perfectly
Dr. R. W. Mitchell sends word from
Memphis at 1 1 :35 :
"Twenty-three cases since 9 a. ni. yester
At 2 p. m. Dr. Rielly telegraphed from
Memphis that IJ0 new cases and C deaths
had been reported up to that morning.
Dr. Plunkett, ot Nashville, Tenn., tele
graphed Dr. Rauch under date of 20th (dis
patch forwarded from Springfield) that for
the better security of upper towns, New
Orleans, Vicksburg und Memphis had es
tablished sanitary inspection of steamboats,
The? forgoing constitute the gist of all the
dispatches received by the Dr. up to 0
o'clock last night.
Office of I. C. R. R. Co.
Cuiro, His., July 20, 179. .
On account of qu tnintine 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 rive (5) o'clock p.m.
until further notice, instead of at six (C)
o'clock p. m. as heretofore. This arrange
ment to take effect this day, Monday, 21st
inst. James Johnson,
Geu'l Southern Agt.
AT TUF. PLANTERS' IlnUSE.
R. H.Stovall, Charleston. Mo.: V. 0. Bry
an, Mis. Co., Mo.; T.I). Crockett, same;
Daniel Cwkran, Charleston. Mo.; F. S.
Boyton, St. Louis; W. H. Wilson, Paduca!.;
E. W, Oliver, Charleston, Mo.; II. V. Pitts,
Chicago; G. Iloyte, New York; K. B. Ilan
old, Texas; Mike Collins, Chicago; W. L.
Byard nnd wife Frcdona, Ky.; Ed. Wyntt,
same; Mrs. E. R. Parks and son, Little
Rock, and Rbt. Gray. St. Louis.
The Vei:y Latent From Conrad Alba's
barber shop next door to Korsmeyer's
cigar tore on fith street, near the
Prices reduced to suit the times.
His shop is cool, clean nnd elegantly
furnished; his razors keen; his workmen
courteous, polite and skilled. His toilet
articles of the finest and work done always
Notice On and after July 1st, the prices
at my shop will be reduced to the following
figures: Shaving, 10, cents- hair cutting,
25 cents; shampooing, 25 cents.
Hair and whisker dying in proportion.
Grateful to my old customers for their
past favors, I ask a continuance of the
same, nssuring them as well as others who
may wish to call, that all work will bo
done in first class style and workmanliko
Shop on Eighth street, west of Alexan
der County Bank. J. Geo. Stetniiousk
Wanted 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 than 15 years
old. Apply at TnE Bulletin office from
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The hest quality of paper at prices
the cheapest grade.
5 pound statements all colors.
10 pound Bills Lading.
14 and 10 pound Bill Heads all sizes.
Extra super white Envelopes at St. Louis
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Ruling and Binding, all kinds ot The
THE GLASS MURDER CASE.
THE FACTS INVOLVED IH Tlifc laaniuba
TRAGEDY, AS STATED nt.TIIE STATES' AT
TORNEY WHAT THE DEFENSE RELIES
UPON, ETC A DEEPLY INTERESTING;
It being generally known that tho jury
had been selected in the case of tho People
vs. Glass, for the murder of Carter New
man, and that the trial of tho case would
be commenced early in tho day, the court
house was well filled, yesterday morning,
sometime beforo tho court conveucd the
colored element largely predominating.
At 8 :10 o'clock the prisoner was brought
into court. He was in a sullen, dogged
mood, and elicited from the audience no
evidence whatever of either friendship or
sympathy. Our reporter approached him
and asked how lie felt in reference to the
approaching trial. His answer was sullen,
not to say insolent, that "it was no use to
feel anything about it, 'cause they'd do just
what they wanted do to, no odds what he
States' Attorney Mulkcy now took the
floor, and in a two hours' speech presented
in detail, the facts he expected to establish
by the witnesses for the people. He. im
pressed upon the jury the importance of the
case,and referred to the wisdomot our system
of jurisprudence that placed tho deteirain
ation of the prisoner's punishment, not in
the hands of one person, but confided it to
twelve intelligent men, two of whom were
of the prisoner's color. The presence of
these two ho referred to .as the
first ' innovation ever made in Alex
ander county upon the white
juristic line a circumstance he deemed
worthy of mention. After reading tho in
dictment, which charged that Charles
Glass did, on the 1st day of April, 1879
etc., with malice aforethought, kill and
murder one Carter Newman by striking
him upon the left side of the head with
chopping axe. Mr. Mu'.kcy, then, at much
length defined the meaning of the word
homicide, and read from authorities to
give the jury a clear understanding of the
malice essential to the crime of murder,
He then indicated the points it would be
necessary for him to prove before askings
conviction at the jury's hands. The dc
fense intended, he believed, to set up the
plea of self defense a plea which he ex
peeled to be able to show was utterly mad
missable in this case, ne then presente
to the jury a d'agram of the house wherein
the murder was committed, showing the
room, stove, window, door, bed and de
ceased's position upon the bed. The build
ing is situated on Commercial avenue, be
tween Twenty-seventh nnd Twenty-eighth
streets, is two stories in height, with five
rooms up-t-.iirs, nnd a store-room below,
The r.u::d..r took place in the S. W. ccrner
room, u: stairs. ' Glass had rented the
whole lnuse, an I sub-lettod it to other par
ties. Mrs. W. Fadden occupied the room
in the northwest corner, Wyatt
McKernev the room in which the murder
was committed, and Glass himself occupied
the rooms of the east side. Clara St. Wil
liams occupying the store- n khi. Glass had
a colored girl named Ruthie Brown cook
ing for lam. He invited Newman to come
to his house t board, and Ruth Brown
cooked f,-r them two weeks. Oa the Tues
night befbre the murder Glass and Newmnn
had a falling-out, a quarrel between Glass
and thi woman being the alleged cause o
it. The next day or the day following
Glass gathered up Ruth's things ond put
them out of the room -Mrs. McKcrncy
subsequently doing the cooking. On Satur
day Newmnn weut to Kentucky and attend
ed a ball. Returning on Sunday and feel
ing sleepy he asked permission of Mrs
McKcrncy to take a nap upon her bed
Glass, about this time, remarked.to Page
Wallace, "I'll either have life or life taken
this very Sunday." Shortly afterwards he
entered Mrs. Kerncy's room, where two or
three colored women had previously assem
bled. Upon entering the room Glass bid
the crowd "good morning." Ruth made no
reply. Carter Newman inquired, "Why
didn't you speak to me?'' Glass replied:
"I did. I have uothing against you."
Ruth now spoke of having her picture
taken, and by way of preparation, com
menced putting on a corset. Glass repri
manded her for dressing in company,
i.'.un reiorteu mat it was
none of his business, as she
didn't intend to have anything more to d
with him. Ruth soon left the building,
leaving Newman and . Mrs. McKeruey in
the room. Newman again asked for per
permission to lie upon the bed, and per
mission being given, he threw himself
diagonally across the bed, his head toward
the wall, his face resting upon his arm.
Mrs. McKcrncy then dressed herself, and
after asking Newman if he didn't want
some covering, and directing him to take
his feet off tho bed, she went down stairs.
Mrs. McFadden was m the adjoining room
and heard her. Mrs. McK. und Ruth vis
ited tho photo tent. Was gono until about
half past 10 or quarter to It. About 11
o'clock Olass again passed up stairs, picks
up an axe in Mrs. McFadden's room and
walks out. It was the only axo about the
premises, ond she thought nothing of the
circumstance of Glass taking it. Glass,
with tho uxo in his hand, goes to tho door
of tho room in which Newman is lying,
lifts the latch, passes into the room ond
closes the door behind him. Ho finds
Newmnn asleep. Deals him a blow with
the axe, then, possessed of the fury of ft
fiend, strikes him another blow with such
force as to bury tho polo of the axe in
CONTINUED ON THIRD PAOB.J
Property on Tenth itreot lately ocupted by Prof.
Alvord. For tain On miv Inrmi.
M. J. HOWLEY, Agent.
AS WE SOON INTEND TO MAKE OUR
purchases of winter goods, we are de
termined as a means of closiuir out our
present Ktock of seasonable goods, to
oner tuem at actual first co st, and will
on Monday next and until further no
tice, have marked down In price our en
tire stock or Clothing and Gent's Furn
This Is bona-flde, and to convince
yourselves, we desire jour personal In
spection. Our stock Is fresh, seasonable, stylish
and of the best makes In the mitrket.
and we would advise an early call be
fore the stock Is broken, to avail your
selves of the extraordinary offer.
GOLDSTIXE & R0SENWATER, r
138 & U0 Commercial Ave.
jolt METROPOLIS AND PADL'CAH.
TUe Elegant Sidtwlieel Pawctfer Hteamvr
A. J. B1HD Clerk.
Leaves Cairo every afternoon at 3 o'clock, for
Puducab, MetropolU aud way lumi!ni: For
ireful or pamj:e apply to bOL. A. MLYEK,
THE ANCHOR LINE.
For New Orleans. E!M
CITY OF ALTON.
U. Blxby Muter
Friday, July A at 2 p .in.
T. S. Davldfon Mutter
Monday. July 2S. at i p.m.
FOR MEMPHIS AND VICKSBURG.
Qkoruc W. Levnoi Matter
Tuesday, July ii. at S p.m.
CITY OF VICKSBURG.
R. K. Riley Master
Thursday, July 21. at S p m.
JNO. B. MAUDE.
W. H. Blake Muatvr
Saturday. July i. at 5 p m.
John Crane MaMtr
biiuday, July til, at 5 p. m
FOR ST. LOUIS
JNO. B. MAUDE.
W. II. Wake
Tueday. July 42. at 5 p. m.
Wtdaetday, July Z' at 5 p m
JAMES HOWARD,. "
T-ur Jay, July . at coon
CITY OF HELENA,
I.tAAc McKze ....Master
Friday, July il. at 5 p.m.
CITY OF GREENVILLE.
A. J. Carter.... Master
Sunday, July it at 5 p. m.
W. P. HALLIDAY.
Monday. July '.'. at noou
For a'.l Ir.fnrmat'.cL apply to Anchor Lint- Office,
Cait THOMAS W. SUIELHS. fupt.
MUTUAL AID SOCIETY.
UREKA ! EUREKA!
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE INSUR
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
Organized July Hth, 1CT7, I'nder tlie Laws of
the Suite of Illinoli. Cojiyrightetl July
9, 187", utuler Aet ot Congrt'ss.
WILLIAM STRATTON, PnKiiassT
Mil. P. A. TAYLOR. - - Vice Phemdint.
J. A. GOLDsTINE. - - TiiEAiCRrn.
Dr. J. J. GORDON. Med. AoviaoH.
THOMAS LEWIS. SacitETAiir.
HOARD OF MANAGERS:
J. J. GORDON. Physician Cuiro, Illi.
Sim. P. A. TAYLOR, Superintendent of
School, Alexander County "
Mr. E. C. FORI). Yarli-ty liracket Store, -
J. A. UOLDSTINE. of Goldmine 4 Ho
eenwater, Wndeoule and Retail Deaiern
lu staple and Fancv Dry (iood "
N. 8. TIIITLEWOOI). of H'.iik'.e &
Thimlewood. commitlon Mervliuute.
Cotton and Tobacco Factor....
8. D. AYERS. of Avers ii Co,, Commis
sion Merchants u
THOMAS LEWIS, Insurance Mar.aer
mm Aiinruer ni uw " u
WM. STRATTON, of Stratton lilrd.
GEO. M. ALDEN. Commission Mer
chant, TS Ohio Levee "
JAS. S. REARDEN. A-.'ent Mississippi
, ruirv i ruui"iMir;nuu:: on.panv
HARRISON UOCPT, Watchmaker and
CHAS. P.. STUART, Wholesule and He
iuii nrv (.iooos ami zsotleus "
EDWARD A. LTDER, Manufacturing
urweier uuu uuies.nu Dealer lu
EDWIN R. EGNEW, Proprietor St.
Charles Hotel i. u
HAZEN LEIUUTON, Commission Mer
Dr. EDWARD R. ROE. U. 8". Marshal '
Southern District HllnoU Sprlnirfleld, Ills.
Mrs. 8. A. AYEHS nn fii.i,,.. i.
Dr. R. H. DRK'IIAM. Phvslclnn Inrtlntmtwill. Tn4
JAS. M. GELATT, Heal Estate
Minister (i.nilJnr.Hni, t...,
J. H. UL'LLEY. Merchant Jlerldan.Mlm!
Jmur Hinrlu, N. D. Tuistliwood, J. H. Moons
Farmer's Tobacco "Warehouse
No. lis and 1st Commercial Avenue-,-
CAIRO ILL.. ' . ,
uSLlllOrnl ArivimenmAnta mndit nn fntiali.M-
tuwuis of Tohacce, Flour, and Oraln.
.tSTAgmt for Gear, Scott Co. throihtng ma
culuei, portable law mill and threshing englm.
Agents Tor Champion harvesting machines, muweri
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