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H. BRYANT, M. D. ;
OFFICE: Eighth and Wsshlngton Atenne.
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H. MAREAN, M. D., "
Homeopathic Physician and Snrgeon.
Offlcs 140 Commercial avenue. Residence corner
r. smith, M. p. . .
OftVe and Residence :
KO. n THIRTEENTH STREET, CAIRO. ILL.
R. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Crnci-No. IM Commercial Avenue, between
IlKhth and Ninth Street
R. W. C. JOCELYN,
ttFFICE-Bighth Street, new Commercial Avenus.
Notary Public and Conveyancer.
; OFFICB:-Wlth the Widows' and Oorpuaus' Mu
tna) Aid Society.
a JTINEGAR & LANSDEN,
. OFFICE No. 11$ Commercial Avenue.
R. R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CKNTRAL H. R.
...4:06 a.m. I Mall
.. 3:10a. tn.
Hxpret :00 p.m. Express 6;U0p.iu.
CAIRO &VINCENNE3 R. R.
Hall 10:00 p.m. Mall "....4:45 a.m.
CAIRO 4 8T. LOUIS R. R.
Rxprons. . 5:10 p.m. I Express.. 8:48 a. m
Accom'dittlou. 10:45 p.m. Accura'datlon.l2:-.. m
CHICAGO. ST. LOUIS AND NEW ORLEANS R.R
Mail..... 5:90p.m. Mall 5:00a.m.
C.A. &T. RAILROAD
Vex express.. . :40 a.m. I Texas expreas.2:15p.m.
AAcommodat'u. .A'.:V) a.m.
BMEltAL DKUVBHY open i:'JU a. m.; cloeci
T :0p.m.; 8unday:8to a.m.
Mont'jr Ordor Department open at 8 a. m.; clotea
at 5 p. ni.
Through Etpreia Mall via Illinois Central and
UiMliwtppI Ceatral Hailroadii elore at la:l p. tn.
.'&lro and Poplar Bluff 'J'broucU and Way Mall
Way Mail via Illinois Central, Cairo and Vln
iwnnes and Mlts.taippl Ceutral Kallroada clone at
45 d. tn.
Way Mall fjr Narrow Uangn Railroad close at 8
Cairo and Kvannville River Route closes at 0:
p. in. da'.iy (except Friday).
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
XKTERKO AT T1I11 POST OFPICB IN CAIRO, IL
LINOIS, A8 8KC0ND-CU88 HATTER.
OFFICIAL PAPEU OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
Only Moruiuff Daily in Southern Illinois.
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Cairo, III., July 85. 1879. f
Time.. .Bar. Tbur. Hum. Wind. Vol Weatliei
a m KM) 77
Tuoo " IH.M M
J:(Wp.m 29.80 at
J. " C0.81 8t
Maximum Temperature. 8!)0; Minimum Tern
parature, 75' ; Rainfall, 0.01 Incb.
Sorg't Siitnal Corns,- U. S. A.
, A Rboclaii Hack leaves tlie St. Charles
Hotel dally, at 8 a. m., ami 1 and 6 p.m.,
fr the Court Ilouse, running up Levee to
Sixth Street; Sixth street to Commercial
avenue; Commercial to Twentieth street;
up Twentieth to Court Houho Returning
down Washington avenue to Eighth; out
Eighth to Ohio loveo, and down the Levco
to St. Charles Hotel. Fare each way, or
part of tho way, 5 cents.
' The Finest Shop in the West is tho
new barber shop just opened by fm. Alba,
opposite Paul Sliutis' drug store. It must
Im) 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 blick your boots for
h cents, no need to have them blocked in
tho street. Prices of work as follows:
Shaving, 10 cents; haircut, 25 cent A; chum
pooing, 2U cents; other work bi proportion
WIRE SCREENS, FURNITURE, ETC.
Furniture manufactured and all kinds of
repairing done, at my shop on Commercial
aveuuc, between Eleventh nnd Twelfth
streets; also nil kinds of cabinet making to
order. Mattresses Manufactured to order
and kept on sale. Repairing and uphol
tcring done on short notice. I have a
good 8upply of walnut moulding and wire
cloth for sch;cns,to be made up in the latest
and icat stylo. Prices very low.
: ICR, ICK WnOI.KftM.lt aki Rrtail in
targe or small quantities. Wagons will
win daily to all parts of the city, delivering
pure Lako Ico in such quantities as cus
waters may desire, beavo omen al my
residence on Seventeenth near Commercial;
at Sargeants, on Eighth street, or address
me through tho post-office.
F. M. Ward.
f ; Office of I. C. R. R. Co.
.'V , . .'.Wra,llU, July 20, 1870. '
On account of quarantine regulations,
. eceMttAting the transfer of passcngcra and
luggage at East Cairo, tho IlHnoU Central
passenger train No. 4 will leave tho Passen
ger Depot, Cairo, at Are (5) o'clock p.m.
until further notice, instead of at six (0)
oVlock p. m. at heretofore. This arrange-
,; next to take affect thia d.y, Monday, Slat
tot ' Jamei Johnson,
' y. 7' Oen'l Southern Agt. "
IN AND AROUND THE CITY.
The IlllnoU Central, iserocting a build
ing near the head of the incline, to be used
for sundry purposes.
W. B. Gilbert, Esq., returned to ,. the
city from Chicago, yesterday. : His family
will remain in that city until fall.
Among the distinguished arrivals in
the city, yesterday, were Capt. J. C. Willis,
Hon. John R. Thomas and Mr. James Mar
tin. James McLowory, tho young man who
burglarized Oscar Haythorn's store, was
fount? guilty and sentenced to twelve years'
imprisonment in the penitentiary.
Mr. H. T. Gerould, agent of tho Cairo
City Gas company, is putting up the wires
for a telephone bctwocn his office, near
Eleventh on Commercial, and tho gas
The news from Memphis, yesterday,
was to the effect that sixteen new cases and
five deaths had been reported during the
proceeding twenty-four houra. This is any
thing but an encouraging report,
We are pleased to learn that Mr. Will
K. Hawkins has been installed as book
keeper to the Cairo City Mills of Mr. Chaa.
Galigher a position he will fill acceptably,
as he is not only an excellent pensman, but
a thorough accountant.
Judge Parker, of Blandville, was sucl-
denly overcome by heat, or some other
cause, while walking along the leveo, near
Sixth street, yesterday morning, and fell to j
tho ground. He was picked up by the res
idents of the neighborhood and properly
cared for. !
Louis Petrie appeared before Squire
Robinson, yesterday, and pleading guilty to
the chargo of maltreating his wife, prefer
red by his mother-in-law, was fined $5 and
costs. He says it is purely a case of mother-in-law.
nispleaof guilty argues tlat
it is a meritorious case, bo it as it may.
The majority of Wall Street, houses
and men, have a world wldo reputation for
soundness and honesty. The 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.
Circuit Court will conveno in adjourn
c i session on the 1st day Qf next month,
wken the motion for a new trial in the
Glass murder caso will be argued. Should
tho motion bo sustained and a new trial
granted, the caso will probably go over until
the September term. Otherwise sentence
will be passed upon the convicted man, and
the day fixed for his execution.
Health Officer Wooten has, since Wed
nesday last, distributed for purposes of dis
infection, twenty-seven barrels of lirhe and
five barrels of coal tar. This is not much
for a city of ten thousand inhabitants, With
indifferent drai nngo; but it im a commenc
ent. The use of coal tar was commenced
yesterday, and will be continued, wo undcr
tand, until all needs are supplied. j
-Collector Hodges' collections of for-'
teited taxes, this year, will fully double tho '
collections of the two years previous. Ho
has taken the trouble to hunt up tho de
linquents, and apprise them of their peril.
This done, continued delinquency results
in a sale of the property, not a forfeiture,
Tho sale is still in progress, but will be
brought to a close in a week or ti n days.
Our Health Officer and the sanitary
forco of the city should bestow particular
attention upon tho vaults of tho privies
connected with houses wherein the yellow
fever mado its appearance last year, The
greatest danger to our city to-day lurks in
thesto vaults -in the excrescence of the vic
tims of tho disease that remained over win
ter untouched by frost. Tho contents of
e cry vault of this kind should be thor
oughly covered with lime.
Lew Trimble appeared in Squire
Robinson's court, yesterday, as a witness in
the cose of tho City vs. Patsey Robinson,
and after concluding his testimony, a
policeman "unto him did say" "you tako
your seat over there. We have uso for
you." Mr. inmijle took Ins seat, as
directed, and was soon after cscortod to the
calaboose. Ho is the fellow who made his
cseapo from tho custody of tho jailer some
timo ago, leaving to the debit side of Ins
account an unserved term of several
Ata late hour, Thursday night, a whito
man, named John Graham, visited Mr.
George Hendricks' business place, and find
ing it closed, created a most violent racket,
under tho pretense that ho wanted to effect
a purchase of something, Ho jerked tho
screen ot the door from its fastening, and,
for an avcrago customer, his conduct wns
unseemly in the extreme. George caused
tho offender's arrest, yesterday, and detail
ing the facts to Squire Robinson, that offi
cial inflicted a fine upon tho culprit of $3
Mollio lloilcy, a Fifth street colored fo
male, the same who tried te porforato Mary
Scott's corporeal body with a pistol ball, was
a looker-on in Squiro Robiuson's court yes
terday, deeply interested in behalf of her
frlcnd.Patsy Robinson. Mary Scott's testi
mony being unfavorable to Patsy, Mollio
felt railed upon to give Mary tho head-ache!
In furtherance of this idea she secured a
wagon spoke a most effective beadache
producer, and but for tho interference of a
policeman, who disarmed her, Mary might,
now be nursing a crackod sconce. A scene
THE DAILY , CAIRO. BULLETIN; SATURDAY MOKJSma. .1 PLY. .26, 1879.
ensued in which Mollio swore most Tohe
montly, by all the gods at once,' that ' she'd
be in jail before sundown, and it it to be
hoped, for the quiet of her . neighborhood,
that she augured aright. ; ;4 "
The continued virulence, ot the fever in
Memphis fails to confirm the oft repeated
report that the town is quite depopulated.
Telegrams to Chicago and St. Louis papers
say that those who had means to support
themselves three or four months in idleness,
got out of the city; but that in those parts
of the City where tho poor Congregate the
thinning out is hardly dlsccrnablq. If, as
Dr. Riley states, only 10,001 peoplo have
left the city, it is safe to argue that not less
than 30,000 remain. The business portions
of the city are deserted. j
The story runs that they had an ama
tcur brass band at the funcra, and when
it had squelched out the wett-Bye-and
Bye," at tho grave, the minister said that
"the deceased was most fortunate, in one
respect, in being called thus early." That
was all he said, but the mourners grinned,
and the amateurs, looking daggers at the
man of meekness, thought that "such
blamed sarcasm was infernally out of
place at a funeral." Knowing what our
readers are apt to think, we hasten our
selves to relievo the Villa Ridge band boys
of the imputation. "It wasn't their fun
eral." Tho Mayor and Chief of Police have
about made up their minds that if good or
der cannot le enforced otherwise among tho
denizens ofitJie Fourth and Fifth streets, that
the whole turbulent gang, ban and bae-
gage, shall be placed beyond quarantine
lines and kept there. Tho city possesses
neither tho ability nor tho disposition to
expend its entire police energies in tho
work of keeping order &nd preventing riot
and bloodshed among class of people
who, at best, are a digrate to tho city. It
is believed, therefore, that the cheapest,
quickest and most -effective means for en
forcing good order among them, arc the
The river-watching service is a little
new yet, but will probably prove effective
after awhile. But for this fact and this cx
pectatiou, wo might complain that a skiff
from Kentucky came over Thursday after
noon and landed at our levee, its two oc
cupants passing out into tho city without
challenge or questioning. We speak of
' the matter in no fault-finding mood, but to
apprise parties concerned of the necessity
for unceasing watchfulness and vigilance
Matters are moving on quite encouragingly
now, and as soon as the new machinery set
tles down to systematic work, our safe
guards will be so strengthened as to greatly
relieve the prevailing solicitudo and anx
iety. Of the doings at the park last night, of
the big crowd there, the fine music, the
splendid fire-works, the walking and the
dancing, and the generally successfully and
satisfactory management of the K. M. K.
PV committees, wo shall opcak to-morrow.
From the hour of 6 to 9 o'clock in the
evening tho stream of men, women, girls
and boys setting in that direction, was con
tinuous. Tho hacks were patronized ; but
the evening being pleasant, the greater
number made tho trip on foot. The Mystic
Knights deserve a public vote of thanks
for getting up tho entertainment. It put
the yellow fever topic completely in the
background. What we specially need, now,
is a big circus. -
Letitia Green, a colored damsel, resi
dent of the disreputable Fifth street neigh
borhood, was brought before Squire Robin
sou, yesterday, to answer for the uso of pro
fane and offensive lancuago, addressed to
one Mrs. Ramsey, also colored and a resi
dent of tho snnio locality. Mrs. Ramsey
owed Letitia a small sum of money. Leti
tia proved a presistent dunner, and finally
exhausting Mrs. R.'s patience that worthy
dame declared, that, now that Letitia had
dunned her so much, that she would not
only not pay her, but would, in tho future,
deny her indebtedness. It was not in Lc
titia's human nature to stand this, so she
indulged in a very salty retort, liberally
spiced with profanity. Tins fact being es
tablished, tho Squire inflicted upon Letitia
a fine of $3 and the inevitable incidentals.
The colored population that is domicil
ed in the lower part of tho city, enjoyed a
regular carnival of litigation before Squire
Robinson, yesterday, one of tho results of
which was a material increase of the cal-
nl)oose roster. Patsy Robinson caused tho
arrest of Lucinda Richardson for cursing,
abusing, traducing and villifying her.
Lucinda found a bottlo in ' her bed, and
not being certain as to, the character of its
contents, was alarmed somewhat; but when
in addition to this, shq afterwards discovered
salt, pepper, loadstone, oyster shells and
bitter almond hulls under her porch, the
secret was out somebody was trying to
"conjure" her! Suspicion settled upon
Patsy Robinson, nnd Lucinda accusing her
of tho' foul and terrible design of conjura
tion, she confessed her guilt, but insisted
that sho intended to limit its operation to
tho looso women quartered there who had
como from Paducah. This failed to mol
lify Lucinda and sho verbally assailed
Pntsy as above stated. The net fine
charged to Lucinda, amounted to $5, tho
costs . to halt as much more.
But Lucy, 'though thUB punished, remem
bered that the law extended Its protecting
tpgis over all, thq humblest as well as the
most royal, and straightway gh0 sought a
balm for hor own wounds. Patsy had re
celvod cursert, bat gave curses in return.
Lucy swore , to this, and Patsy, too, was
fined $3 and, the incidentals. Further
cross-firing was discouraged. The office
was filled with colored people, the most
odorous lot of the season, and all of them
were deeply interested. The two women,
meeting on the porch a few momonta after
wards, glared like wild beasts upon each
other, and Patsy the more irritable and
muscular of the two, gave Lucy a smack
that gave out the sound of a cannon crack
er; but peace-makera were at hand, and the
blow stands unavengod. Both Patsy and
Lucinda are now cooling, off in the cala
boose. At 4 o'clock p. m., Thursday, Messrs.
Metcalf, Olmsted and T. W.Halllday com
menced, under the direction of the county
judge, a recount of the ballots of the last
city election, and concluded their labors at
11 a. m., yesterday,. The recount was con
fined to tho ballots thrown in the city for
Foley and Nott, for city clerk, and in tho
Second ward for Linegar and Rittonhouse
for alderman. In the 1st ward Foley lost 2 ;
in the 2nd ward he gained 3; 3rd ward
game as old count; 4th ward he gained 2,
and in the 5th he lost 1. Nott gained 2 in
the 1st ward, 2 in the 2nd, nothing in the
3rd and 4th, and gained 1 in the 5th
showing a net loss ot 2 for Foley, reducing
his majority from 80 to 37. , In the 2nd
ward Rittcnhouso gained 2, reducing Line
gar's majority from 5 to 3. The contest
before tho court is still in progress.
The Rlandville Index, a new publica
tion, gives place in its issue of the 24th
instant, to tho following extraordinary par
agraph: "Yellow fever has rapidly devel
oped in Memphis, from a few sporadic
cases to an alarming extent. In our neigh
boring village of Cairo, we learn, that it
has broken out with a fearful malignancy.1
If there was any purpose, in the publi
cation of such an unwarranted paragraph
aside from a desire to rob Cairo of its
Blandville and Ballard county business,
and to confiup the business to Blandville
houses or drive it to Paducah, we are at
loss in searching for it. The assertion, al
though given without qualification utter
ly and wholly foundationlcss. There has
not only not been a case of yellow fever in
Cairo, this year; but there has not been a
case of sickness that any of our alarmists
would take the responsibility of calling
"suspicious." Wo assure our Kentucky
friends that they can visit Cairo with as
perfect safety as they can enjoy at home.
All other sounds and noises combined
arc not half as offensive to Cairo cars as the
brain-piercing shrieks of our land and river
whistles. This being undeniably true it is
with no ordinary satisfaction that we re
ceive the assurance from Jndge Zane, of the
Springfield Circuit Court a jurist ot much
reputation that a man needn't suffer the
annoyance, if he feels inclined to escape it.
He can put a quietus on every whistle that
disturbs his quiet or the equanimity of his
temper. The Mt. Vernon News has it that
Judge Zano recently granted an injunction
restricting one James C. Conkliag from
sounding a' whistle in his hominv
mill, upon a petition filed
by Dr. Thomas W. Dresser, whose residence
property adjoins the mill. The prayer of
complainant was long, setting foith his
grievances and the answer by respondent
was also of considerable length. The opin
ion of Judge Zano is lull, comprehensive
and able. He holds that a man's house is
not merely a shelter from wind and rain,
but a retreat for quiet ease and repose
which none have a lawful right to disturb
or interfere with.
The disinfecting carts were abroad,
yesterday, and called out an expression of
thanksgiving everywhere. Coal tar, with
directions to use it freely, where needed, is
now tho great sanitary want of tho city.
Wo have, menacing terror to keep down as
well ns to fence out. It is too late, now,
and too hot, to dig him up and cart him
out. He must be stifled in his bed by the
fumes of coal tar and quick lime. And now
that this good work has been commenced.
let it be given a thoroughness. Let it ex
tend to places unseen as well as thoso that
are often seen. There are houses in the
city, business houses as well as residences,
that cover foul cess-pools, mould, filth and
damp, that breed sickness every summer,
and may be counted upon to . act as swift
agents of distrucrion, if the epidemic should
chance to gain a foot-hold among us. Let
such of these places ns are accessible be
uisiniecrcu. jiiir, now mat tlie raiu unon
obnoxious odors has been inaugurated, we
can trust to the Health Officer to see to it
that there is no compromise with stinks
that they must succumb to coal tar.
Tho steamer City of Helena landed at
wharf-boat No. 1, and yesterday morning
two or thrco of the passengers, not tinlike
the army of France, marched np the hill
and then marched down agaiu. The police
being on the alert, refused them permission
to circulato m the city. The officers of the
Helena were permitted to bring their boat
into port becauso of tho assuranco they
gave tho quarantine officers that they had
not landed at Memphis. We saw a gentle
man yesterday who had conversed with two
deck , passengers, both of whom claimed
that they were from Memphis and got on
board the Holcua four miles abovo tho city.
There exists a strong probability that theso
dock passengers told a falsehood'; but It is
uadeniable, nevertheless, that refugees
might play that very game; and for that
mason all passengers on boats that como
from points below Memphis, should be
strictly excluded from the . city. Wo are
inclined to believe the decken spoke falsely
because we do not believe that boats run
ning upder instructions not to laudator
near infected points, would disobey in
structions. Tlie result ot disobedience
would be the establishment of quarantine
against them at both St. Louis and New
Orleans a measure that would at once
drive them from the trade.
Cairo, July 25, 1870.
Until further advised the C.,St.L.& N.
O. R. R. Co., will receive no trelght for any
point, on line of Louisville and Nashville
R. R., west of numbfUt, Tenn., including
Memphis nor Paris, Tcnn., nor for any
point on or reached via tlie Mcmphii
and Charleston K. R. via Jackson, Tenn
and Corinth or Grand Junction, Tenn., nor
for any point on tlie lino of the Mississppl
and Tennessee R. R. via Grenada, Miss.,
nor for any Texas points via Memphis,
Vicksburg or New Orleans, on account of
quarantine regulations. C.T.Rom),Agt
LIST OF ADVERTISED LETTERS REMAIN INQ IN
THE CAIRO TOST OFFICE JULT 20, 1879.
Beasley, Carthine; Boon, D. Miss (Oer
man) ;Britton, Mary Miss; Barney, At-nie
Clark, Lucy Mra.; Campell, Mary Miss
Caskey, Ella Mrs.; Evans, Hetty Mrs
Lenard, Smdy Miss; Maddock, Mary Mrs
Oitty, Ana Miss; Lecney, Emma Mrs
Plato, Ellen Mrs.; Parker, Maria Miss
Right, Eary Miss; Sampson, Ida Mrs. 3)
White, Isabelle Miss; Walker, Kate Miss.
Brown, Jack; Brown, Charley; Blake
Geo. F.; Brictsan, Henry ; Bryant, Jno.; B!y
lock, J. W.; Braniham, Roddrick; Brooks
Geo.; Corapton, A. E.; Carroll, Green; Cro
nin, J. B.; Ellis, E.; Forde, Frank; Grind
ler, Albert; Griffin, Henry; Hutchinson
Carter; Hardy, Jno & Co.; Jinkens, Wm.
Johnson, Peter; Jones, Nat; Larkins, T
Larrison, D. M.; Langan, P.; Moss, M.
Munday, Bolivar; McGee, Benj; Pierce, Jo
Parks, Thomas; Patterson, Sam J.; Phil
lips, W. D.; Ray, J. H. Capt.; Smith, Ru
ben; Talbott, J. C; Vernon, Henry L
Wilson, Jas.: Wilburn, Robt.; Whipple,
Harry D.; Woodward, II. C; Wilson
George; Woodruff, C. H.; Wilburn, Dicen
(col); Wallis, A. H.; Young, Fred A
Please say advertised, when calling for
Ice at wholesale and
retail all through
the season. Wagons run regularly to al
parts of the city. Office and Ice Box
next to Bristol's grcery on Eight street,
The best Lake Ice always on hand.
The Very Latest From Conrad Alba'i
barber shop next door to Korsmeyer's
cigar store on Cth street, near the Levee
Prices reduced to suit the times.
Shampoo rxo 23c
His shop is cool, clean and elegantly
furnished; his razors keen; his workmen
courteous, polite and skilled, nis toilet
articles of the finest and work done always
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 nnd amusements usually
found at summer resorts. The best of fare
and strictest attention to the comfart ot
guests is guranteed all for the small sum
of $9 per week. Special rates to tamilies.
J. R. Brown & Co., Proprietors.
May 23th, 1879
Notice On and after J u".y 1st, the prices
at my shop will bo reduced to the following
Shaving, 10 cenbr
cents; shampooing, 25 cents
Hair and whisker dying in proportion.
Oratcful to my old customers for their
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. SmNnousE
Ten Cents Worth. It you want a noat
smooth shave for ten cents, or a fashionable
hair cut for 25 cents, or anything elso in
the ton.wial line, remember tho place to
go to is Henry Schick's, No. 142 Commer
. . HOTEL ARRIVALS.
AT TnE PLANTERS' HOUSE. '
II. T. Jones, Louisville, Ky.; James
Tcdand, Charleston, Mo.; Romeo Friango,
wound tity; Mrs. Mowhead and son, Me
tropolis; J. C. Willis, Metropolis; W. C.
Smith, Carbonddle; T. B. Glazbook, Indi
anapolis; M. B. Robson, St. Louis; R. B.
Tupper, Paducah; Chas. Wanglin, Bcllo
ville; D. C. Calkins, St. Louis; Isaac Leber,
Helena, Ark.; Jacob Leber samo; Samuel
Johnson, Chicago; 0. D. Bradley, Carmi;
Vincent Brown, St. Louis;' Wm, H. Boall,
same. . - , : ,.
NW AJDV WTKKMfcNTJ.
.'r ' WOTICB. . : - .
All n. nnt la throw or deposit
any garbazo, slops or rubbish or any snlmal or veg
tabV matuirof any kind, Into any of tb "treeu,
avsoues. alleys or other places In the city, ts it is
contrary to law and dangerous to tbs put) ie neaiin.
Pollca rnniiAliln. .nnrlill churned to enforce
rigorously all the ordinances In m! at Ion to tbs
m-aun oi in city.
The wagon that haula ths slob and kitchen offal
will call dally, (Sundays accepted:)
In the Frt Ward, from 8 to 8 a. m.
" Becond ' " "8 to 10. m.
" Third " " , 10 to IS -m.
" Poarth " gto 4 p.m.
Firth : " 4 to 6 p.m.
All persons tre reouentcd to rcoort to the Health
Officer all violations of these ralus.
. B. THISTLE WOOD, Mayor.
IU0 good coopers wanted to go to St. Louis, to
hoop Honr barrels. Wages 7 cent spiece. Steam
Barrel Works, Second and Webster street, Ht.
1 BUQOY AND H.ARNE88.
For salo, single set of harness and a nearly new
side bar open nnggy. Apply at tbu Bulletin office.
JIOR METROPOLIS AND PADUCAH.
The Elegant Kidi'Wbecl Passenger Steamer
Sii CHAMPION S4i
A.J. BIRD.... Clerk.
Leaves Cairo every afternoon at 3 o'clock, for
Paducah, Metropolis and y landing. For
freight or passage sflply to ttOL. A. elLVEH,
THE ANCHOR LINE.
For New Orleans.
CITY 6V ALTON.
H. Bixby .. Mauler
Friday, JulyiB. at Jp .m.
T. S.Davidson Master
Moudsy, July US, at 2 p.m.
FOR MEMPHIS AND VICKSBURG.
Oiobsi W. Lxmnox Master
Tuesday, July tl, at 5 p.m.
CITY OF VICKSBURG.
R. K. Rllcy Matter
Thursday, Jnly 24, at 5 p.m.
JNO. B. MAUDE.
W. H. Blake -Master
Saturday. July Si, at 5 p.m.
John Crane - Msster
bunday. July aT, st 5 p.m.
FOR ST. LOUIS.
JNO. B. MAUDE.
W. U.B!ake Marter
Tuesday. July ti. at5p m.
John Crane Master
Wednesday, July 4 al 5 p m
Jaxi O'Nxti .i Mater
(Thursday, Jnly 24, at noon
CITY OF HELENA,
Isaac McKii Msster
Friday. July Si, al 5 p.m.
CITY OF GREENVILLE.
A.J Carter.... Maater
bunday, July 7 at 5 p. m.
W. P. HALLWAY.
Monday, July H. at noon
For all Information apply to Anchor Line Office,
Wharnwat No. . .
Caw. THOMAS W. SHIELDS. Bupt.
JJALLIDAY BROTHERS, i
DIALS h in
FLOCR. GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Highest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
MUTUAL AID SOCIETY.
SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE INSUR
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
Oreanlwd July Utli, 1877, Under the Lawiot
the State of IlllimU. Copyrighted July
9, 1877, under Act of Congress.
. WILLIAM 8TRATTON, Pubhii.bnt.
Mas. P. A. TAYLOR,
J. A. OOLD9TINE, -Dr.
J A'. GORDON,
TUOaS LEWIS, -
BOARD OF MANAGERS:
Mrs. P, A. TAYLOR. Snoerlntcndent nf
Schoolo, Alexander County "
Mrs. E.O.FORD, Variety Bracket Store, "
J. A. OOLDSTINE. of Goldmine & Ro-
sunwatcr. Wholesale and Retail Dualvrs
In HtHtlle and Pnnnv IW rinnrla It 11
N. B. TIIISTLEWOOD. of Illukle A
Thlstlowood. Comnilcelon Mcrcbiiuts,
Cotton and Tobacco Factors
D. AYERS, of Ayors 4 Co,, Commis
sion Merchants. u "
T1IOMAS LEWIS, Insurance Manager
and Attorney at Law u
WM. 8THATTON, of Strattou & Bird,
Wholesale Grorers u
GEO. M, ALDEN, Commission Mer-
cnani. 7H unto L.crce.
ARDEN, Agent MlitlMlppI
nsportatlon Company .,
iVoUPT, Watclimater and
JAS. B. KKAKDKH,
dewoicr i? ii
CHAS. R. STUART, Wholesale and Ro
.ll rrv flnnria unit TCiML.n. ..
EDWARD A.-BUDER. Manii'faVturVn'i
Jeweler and JWholosale Dealor In
Wntchmakers'Tools and Materials....
ESWIIN.SQNKW' Priltor : V,
; Charles Hotel i.
xlAZEN LEIGUTON.Coramrssion ifur ;
chant ii H
DIi,?.WniiSD. f. ?PK- V. 8. Marshai
Houthera Dlstr M Illinois Hprincflctd. Ills.
t-s - . -
J i Sn f Sm? W" V urano jnnenoa, Teno,
,' GULLET, Merchant Merldan.tflas.