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H. BRYANT, M. D.
OFFICE' Blgbtn and Washington Avenue
SIJaNCK;-Conjfif Nineteenth i tod Waali'
jy 'H. HAREAII, M. D., 1
Homeopathic Physician and 8ar?eon.
OAe 140 Commercial avenue. Reetdeoce corner
. foorteenta Bb ena waamngion avenue, mm.
R. SMITH, M.D. !
OuVe anil Evidence : ,
NO. al THIRTEENTH 8TRKBT, CAIRO. ILL,
R. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Orrtui No. 136 Commercial Aveiue, between
signu ana mntn mreei
R. W. C. JOCELYN,
FFICE Eighth Street, noar Commercial Avenue.
Notary Public and Conveyancer.
OFFICE: With the Widow' tad Oorpnans' Mu
tual Aid Society : .
JINROAR & LANSDEN,
OFFICE No. !1S Commercial Avenue.
K. K. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
TIUtNf ARBIV. TRAIN DlPART
Mali 4:05 a.m. I Mall 3:10a.m.
Riprea 2:00 p.m. Express 6:U0p.m.
' CAIROAVINCENNE3R. R.
1UU 10:00p.m. Mall 4:45 a.m.
CAIRO ST. LOUIS R. R.
Bxpress 6:10 p.m. I Expree 8:45 a. m
Accom'datlon. 10:48 p.m. I Accom'datlon. 12:X5 p. m
CHICAGO. ST. LOUI9 AND NEW ORLEANS R.U
Hail....! 5:90p.iu. Mall 5:00a.m.
C. A. AT. RAILROAD'
Tetaa express... 8:40 a.m. ITexa expresi .9:15p.m.
' Acoommodat'n 8:30 a.m. I
GENERAL DELIVERY open is) a. m.; closea
6:40 p.m.; Sunday. to a. m.
Money Order Department open at 8 a. m.; close
at 5 p. m.
Through Express Mail via Illinois Central and
MuwiiMippl Central Railroad close at 12:40 p. m.
' Cairo and Poplar Bluff Through and Way Mall
closes at 13:30 p.m.
Wv Mail via Illinois Central. Cairo and Vln-
oennes and Mise.ssippl Central Railroads cloae at
Way MaUfcr Narrow Gauge Railroad clones al 8
Cairo and Evansvllle River Route cloeos at 8::10
p. m. daiiy (except Friday).
THE DAILY BULLETIN
RVTKRKD AT THE POST OFFICE IN CAIRO, IL
LINOIS, AS SECOND-CLASS MATTER.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
Only Morning: Daily in Southern Illinois.
tun , nit i uAinai -riuiu vuuiBuaiuao
barber shop next door to Korsmeycr's
cigar store on 6th street, near the Levee.
Prices reduced to suit the times.
ff ia aliAn ia pnil .Iami, nl lnirnnflv
furnished; bis mors keen; bis workmen
courteous, polite and skilled. His toilet
articles of the finest and work done always
A Regular Hack leaves the 8t. Charles
Hotel daily, at 8 a. in., and 1 and 0 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 avenue to Eighth ; nut
Eighth to Ohio levee, and down the Levee
to St.' Charles Hotel. Fare each wayj or
part of the way, 5 cents.
The Finest Snor in tiie West is tlie
new barber shop just opened by Wm. Alba,
opposite Paul Shuhs' drug store. It must
be seen to bo appreciated. Always clean
towels, keen razors, cool breezes and polite
workmen. A polite porter is always rvady
to use the brush and bhek your boots for
5 cents, no need to have tlieni blacked in
(he- street. Prices of work as follows:
v Shaving, 10 cents; haircut, 25 cents; cham
pooing, 25 cents; other work in proportion
WIRE SCREENS, FURNITURE, ETC.
Furniture manufactured and all kinds of
repairing done, at my shop on Commercial
avenue, between Eleventh and Twelfth
streets ; also all kinds of cabinet making to
order. Mattresses :nanufactured to order
and kept on sale. Repairing and uphol
stering done on short notice. I have a
jood supply of walnut moulding and wire
cloth for screcns,to be made up in the latest
and best style. Prices very low.
, Frank ScuoEMns.
KLEE1 KLEEt ICE! ICE I
Ice at wholesale and retail all through
the wagon. Wagons run regularly to all
parts of the city. Oflico and Ice Box
next to Bristol's grocery on Eight street.
The best Lake Ice always on hand.
' " Office of I. C. R. R. Co.
, Cairo, Ills., July 20, 1879.
, 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 rive (5) o'clock p. m.
until further notice, instead of at six (0)
o'clock D- m. as heretofore. This arrange
ment to take effect this day, Monday, 21st
tut James JOHNSON,
' . "'' ,''.. " " Oen'l Southern Agt.
IN AND AROUND THE CITY,1
Local matter on third page.
Mr. Ilenry Stout is confined to hU bed
Wm. naythorn leaves this morning for
Terra Haute, lad., where he will Join his
wife. He will be gone a week or two.
Mrs. Woodruff has borne unto her hus
band a very fine and healthy boy baby.
Mr. W. is connectod with tho Illinois Cen
Grapes bare made their appearance ia
the market. They were quite plentiful on
Eighth street, yesterday, and were of ex
Give your orders for . bows, targets,
shootinggloves, quivers, etc., to Charley
Henderson. He is the agent for Horsman,
The admirably arranged excursion boat,
Champion, will leave our wharf to-morrow
afternoon, on an excursion up the Ohio, re
turning about the same hour next day.
The Cairo and Yincennes excursion is
booked, it will be remembered, for to-day.
It will be a most enjoyable ride, and $3
pays for the whole round trip, 312 miles.
The foundations of the Saup-Rose
buildings have been commenced, and tho
superstructure will take shape rapidly, a3 it
is the purpose of the builders to put the job
The shock of an earthquake was felt,
in this city yesterday, at 15 minutes before
13 quite sensibly. It was also felt in
Mound City, but the people there ascribed
it to some terrific explosion in Cairo.
Chief La Hue found a very decided
case of D. D. on Oth near the Levee, yes
terday morning, and housed it in the city
cooler. Officer Schuckers rook in a like
case out of the heat, in the person of old
Mr. E. Alberts, general travoling agent
of the Houston, Texas, daily and weekly
Age, called on The Bulletin, yesterday.
He reports business in good shape and the
people prosperous throughout his section of
Mr. McCaramon, on Washington, two
doors below Tenth, has bought a supply of
fine, fat Kentucky cattle, from which he
will hereafter supply his customers with
the choicest beef to bo had in the Cairo
market. It is very fine.
Frank mils, the Illinois central car
numberer, is in the city. The flat cars have
reached the extraordinary number of
20,131. This is called "the new number."
The old is 849 all of which is cnigmati
cal to "the writer hereof."
It is given out that members of Elder,
Shores' congregation will give a grand
barbecue, on the 1st of August, in the
vicinity of their church. We undertake to
say that it will be no half-way affair; but
everything that may be promised.
Mr. George E. Olmsted and Mr. Wm.
H. Schuttcr, especially deputized for tho
purpose, are on the trail of parties who are
yet delinquent for the State and County
faxes on their personal property. They
propose, in the hunt for these taxes, to be
Ono of the box cars in train to go
forward on the Illinois Central, yesterday,
was loaded with green turtles most un
sightly monsters, and some of them of very
respectable size. They were going forward
to fill a Chicago order. The largest weighed
probably 800 lbs.
The archers are getting into fighting
trim. Charley Henderson received an or
der yesterday, for two 53 pound bows. One
for Frank Galighcr and one for Will Lip
pit. Either of these bows would kill u
deer at 100 yards, but we don't think cither
one will do it very soon.
At the archery practice of the "Mar
ried Folks" club, yesterday evening, one of
the members shooting 30 arrows 20 yards
nt a 21 inch target, made a score of 103,
flitting the target 20 times out of the thirty;
and a lady member at 15 yards, same num
ber of arrows, made a score of 4(5.
Tho walking match Friday night hnv
ing resulted unsatisfactorily to some of the
parties concerned, the contestants have
agreed to walk it over again on Monday
evening. The K. M. K. C's who will over
look things somcwhnt, will try to make tho
occasion interesting to all who may attend.
See notice of grand excursion to IV
ducah and Metropolis, to-morrow, by the
steamer Champion. This boat is ono of
the best on the river for an excursion. Her
officers are clever, genial gentlemen, and
tho many hundred that go on her to-morrow,
will have a day of genuino enjoy
ment. Ten new canes anil ten fatal termina
tions of eld ones, is the report that came
up from Memphis, yesterday. This is the
heaviest mortality yet reached during tho
season. Ah the negroes have resolved that
they won't leave tho city, and as thousands
of whites can't leave, there is no likelihood
of any considerable nbatcment of the dis
ease for sometime yet.
Sheriff Hodges, escorting five convicts,
left for tho Jolict penitentiary Friday even
ing. Among the number is Little Kid,
who will regain his liberty just in time to
bet on tho presidential election of 1884.
McLowery, who burglarized Haythorn's
store, will not lay off his striped suit until
tho year 1891 until those whom he now
knows as children shall have become
fathers and mothers. But he'll stand the
strain, we dare Bay. Whim he returns, be
THE DAILY VAUW I jw
can, should he feel so
hand" on somo of the
PrU ' ieo; moored
or Portuguese ships that
&t the Cairo landing, fo
P? V 1LA xl
i vj iaw unit.
Eadg'jottlos will have
Thn ritv clerk has
sen extended to
V and will be
for several days to comejsent from bis
office. He is compelled jjVdanca attend
ance upon the county a'" during tho
pendency of the electioi
trial, between Linccrar an
'"lesiring to see
Nottand himself. Pcrs'l
him in his official capa1
can find him at tho court
'It will bo seen by Mayor's notice pub
lished in tlds issue of Tna Bulletin that
tho slop and garbage wa?oa has stated
hours for visiting every pirt1 of the city
Two hours eyery day will be devoted to
each ward, commencing at B a. m. in the
First ward, and ending at 0 p. m. in the
Fifth ward. Penalties for throwing offal,
vegetable or animal matter, in
will bo rigidly enforced.
Tho time made by Lally ii tho recent
walking match, was 29 minutes 23 seconds;
Williams 29 minutes 35 secondj. Distance
3 miles. As this is something over six
miles an hour it must be put dovn as very
creditablo walking. Mr; Brown 1 withdrew
from the contest, after entering upon his
second half mile lap, because, as he alleges,
bo received a hurt upon the heel from the
bob-nails of one of his contestants
Carl Peters is able to be around and
look after business agrin. Ho was pros
trated by a bilious attack a few days ago,
and, appreciating the pronenes of tho pub
lic to call all sorts of ailments yellow fever,
he kept close and enjoined secrecy upon his
physician as well as his attendants. Es
caping, in this way, all suspicion of hiding
a case of bronze John undei some other
name, his business went on a usual.
While Mr. M.J. Howlcy and his wife
and child were sitting in theirbuggy in the
park, Friday evening, the briss band coui
mened playing, near at hand, ind so fright
ened the horse attached to thi buggy that
he didn't stand an instant on tie order of
his going, but got "out of that?' at once.
In getting out he precipitated Mr. Howley,
his wife and child to the ground, but,
fortunately, hurt none of them setiously.
Anna Portor is the name of a colored
woman of very indifferent repute, w!io was
brought before Squire Robinson, yesterday,
as an unseasonable and unreasonable fre
quenter of saloons. She was fined f 5 and
costs; but pining to return to Pa
ducah, from whence she came, Die kind
hearted Squire gave her 48 hours in which
to make a start. i( found in the city after
that time, she will take about a weekin the
For the information of the Evening
Sun, and the public as well, we can lay
that the amount appropriated by the legis
lature to refund Cairo her quarantine expen
ses, was paid into the city treasury, a week
ago yesterday, in the shape of the State
Treasurer's check on New York, for the
amount. Representative Halhday had :ho
pleasure of delivering the check to Mr.
Dczonia, it having been sent to Mr. II. for
that purpose, by General Smith, State
Achap named Anderson presented in or
der for goods at the New York store, yester
day, bearing the signature of a respoasible
customer ot the bouse. The order wis un
hesitatingly filled; but a little tlought
created suspicious begat inquiries wluch
resulted in the discovery that the order
was a forgery. Tho matter was finally
compromised by the payment of the money
for the goods Anderson not appearing to
appreciate tho enormity of the offeace of
which he had been guilty.
While Dr. Frank Metcalt was return
ing from the bal chmnpetre he heard a
horse and buggy following him at a rapid
rate, and lookiug back discovered that the
horse was without a driver. Ho immedi
ately pulled to ono side of the ttrect, in
tending to give the running animal : pass
ago way. But instead of keeping right on,
the frightened animal turned and followed
him, and a few seconds latter came crash
ing, at full speed, into tho rear of his
buggy. The damage to Mctcalf s buggy
was slight, but tho other was considerably
The contest between Liuegar and Rit
tcnlmuse for the right to possess and hold
the aldermanship of the Second- ward was
commenced in earnest yesterday morning,
every thing hitherto accomplished having
becnof a preliminary nature. Thos. Gazzola
voted for Linegar, pud it was clearly estab
lished that Thomas was not a citizen of the
United States. Tho legality ot the votes
thrown by John B. Dcering and Hubert
Smyth haviug been questioned, they were
shown to be legal voters by vcrycotclusive
proof. Fred HofhetoVs right to vote is a
question that must be decided by the court.
Iustus Neff, who voted at the election had
previously informed Wm. Mcllalo that ho
was not a cititcu of the United States.
William Foy voted, although on the pro
vious November ho told William llurrell
that bo was Just from St. Louis The
legality of tho vote cast by William H.
Pell was called In question, and left jn
doubt. A man by tho name of John Wil
liams voted in tho Second ward. Inquiry
failed to reveal the presence of saij a voter
in that division of tho city. Othei-evidence
of tho same character was introduced; but
we havo not the space at our cninnimid to
give it place. Mr. Linegar, attorney for
himself, objected to all the testimony in.
ougyAt . MQM(j, JULY 27, lcV..
traduced, and supported his objection with
ability. , Lock and Mulkev rerjUad. Th
objection was over-ruled, and exceptions
taken. At the present rato of progress, the
contest now on hand and thst of Foley and
IkT-AJ. fit .
noii, wm, consume tne whole of next week.
It stands our quarantine officers In
hand to determine the truth of the many
stories in circulation concerning the steamer
City of Helena. It is very positively stated
that the' C. & V. railroad sold Louisville
tickets to as many as fifteen or twenty Mem
phis refugees who arrived here on the Hel
ena. Deck passengers stated that the boat
landed a fow miles below and a few miles
above Memphis, taking on Memphis people
at both places. If these reports prove true,
our Board of Health, should declare abso
lute quarantine against the line of packets
to which the Helena belongs.
Country people visiting tho ' city with
teams ought to know that shade trees in
front of city residences were not grown
merely to provide shade in which they may
halt their wagons for feeding purposes. If
they feel disinclined to drive into the wag
yards of tho city to feed their teams, they
should drive to the commons, and not mon
opolize city shade trees that were grown
for an entirely different use. A span of
horses on Washington avenue, yesterday,
abandoned by their driver, kicked up a
fight over their feed, and not only fright
ened a group of children that were playing
on the sidewalk, but seriously imperiled
The subsidence of the yellow fever ex
citcment in our midst has gone on until
but few ot our people are disturbed by the
thought of it. The confinement of the ep
idemic to Memphis for a period of two
weeks or more after her people had found
domicile in all parts of the North and
South, is a fact so encouraging that alarm,
almost everywhere, has subsided. It is un
doubtedly true that all danger is not over;
but there is abundant cause for hoping and
believing that continued vigilance, careful
attention to the laws of health will secure
to us complete exemption from its ravages.
In this work every clt'zen can bear a part.
While much responsibility rests upon our
authorities, the individual citizen has duties
to look alter, in Ids own home and about
his own premises, which cannot be neglect
ed without peril both to his own and the
public safety. These duties suggest them
selves and need not be recounted.
Mr. Pierce, of the New Orleans Times
(now in St. Louis) was a passenger on the
City of Helena. He declares that he was
not only surprised, but "dumb-founded" at
the looseness of our Cairo quarantine. He
had witnessed the quarantine processes at
New Olcans. Had seen the quarantine of
ficers take notiiino for granted ; but board
ever' boat, search every nook and cranny;
inquire and investigate; fumigate every
body and everything, and then, after a day
or two's detention, let the vessel pass, pro
vided nothing suspicious had been detected.
Here at Cairo he saw the tug approach the
City of Helena, and then heard the follow
"Any sickness aboard?"
Did you land at Memphis coming up?"
"All right, then; come in."
This was tho beginning and end, Mr.
Pierce protests, of the quarantine to which
the City of Helena was subjected, before
enteriug the port of Cairo.
Is Mr. Pierce a romancer?
The impression seems to prevail among
a large number of persons that the back
county taxes, being collected by Sheriff
Hodges, from payments, and sales of real
estate, are available for use by the County
Board. That is not so. All, such taxes are
paid in old orders and bring no available
revenue whatever into tho comity treasury
The net county revenue for the current fis
cal year will fall short of $13,000, less than
it has been since 1800, and but little, if any
over one-third what it has been some years
since that date. As a levy has been made
each year, to the full legal limit, this fall
ing offiu county revenue is brought about
by the continual reduction, for tbc past few
years, ot tho equalized assessed valuation
of property within tho county, the nmount
of taxes levied thereon, being reduced
correspondingly with tho assessment. It
takes very close management on the part of
the County Board to spread this limited
revenue over the eppenditures required to bo
'made for running the ordinary county gov
ernment, leaving scarcely a dollar to use in
building much-needed roads and bridges
throughout tho county.
The bal champetre engineered by tho
K. M. K. C, was largely attended, and af
forded to those wh- participated a very
pleasant and recreative means of pastime
and entertainment. About 7 o'clock the
pedestrian contest commenced, Messrs.
Lally, Brown and Williams being the con
testants. Brown and Williams soon gained
the lead of Lally, but did not niaintuin it.
On the second lap Brown left the track.
Shortly after entering upon the third lap
Lally gained tho lead, which lie kept to
the close, coming in at tho end of the third
milo about forty feet ahead of Williams,
and winning tho purse. ' Lally walked well,
maintaining about tho samo gait from the
begiuning to tho end. Tho walk was fol
lowed by a number of foot-races. Kendall's
offer of 13 feet in a 100 yards was uccopted
by Lonergan. Kondull came in 200 or 25
feet uhead. In tho race between young
Hodges and Wheeler that Immediately fol
lowed, Hodges wds the victor, hrutinsr Ins j
competitor about 15 feet.' A display of
fire works followed, after which the dancing
floor became the center of attraction and
remained such to the close. Excellent teel
Ing and good order prevailed, and nobody
had occasion to go home dissatisfied with
the entertainment.' A repetition of the af.
fair as otten as once a wack would havo a
most salutary effwt upon the public. It
would prove more effective in dispelling
the anxieties and gloomy forebodings of
the time than any other agency that could
We heard the report, yesterday, that
an individual from Kentucky put in an ap
pearance at the park, Friday night, and la
due time felt like th "bounding doe." He
wanted to run a foot race, and tnat his out
er raiment might, not encumber him he
stripped to his nether garments. Finding
no one inclined to accept his half dollar
challenge, ho donned his garments, to find,
as he alleges, that $15 had been taken out
of tho pockets. Lost or stolen.
We are very directly informed that a
number of our Mound City and Villa Ridge
neighbors have circulated the report among
the country people that Cairo has closed
her gates against all outsiders, and will per
mit nobody to come in under any pretext,
whatever. As these stories are calculated,
if not intended, to keep business away from
our city, wo feel called upon to say that
they are without even the semblance of
truth. Cairo is quarantined against no
people or place in the world, but the peo
ple and city of Memphis. All other people,
let them come from whence they may, can
enter the city or leave it at pleasure, and
there will bo none to say them nay.
AT TIIK rLAtTTEUS' HOWS.
Thos. Gazette, Dexter, lo.; Jno. Pig
ion, Ballard Co.; W.F.Miller, St. Louis
W. L. Baldwin and L. C. Doughforc,
Charleston; E. W. Eoghan, L. T. Mull and
J. T. Clark, Paducah; W. R. Thomas, ' St
James, La.; Gus. Hodges, N. O.; H. Lard-
For Sale. The lumber composing the
dancing floor and surroundings at the park,
(between seven and ten thousand feet), is
for sale after Monday, the 23th inst., in a
.urap, at a bargain, as it lays.
J. S. McGahev.
C'Antp, July 23, 1879
Until further advise! the C.,St!L. & N
O. R. R. Co., will receire no freight for any
point, on line of LouUvtile "and Nashville
R. R., west of Humboldt, Tenn., including
Memphis nor Paris, Tenn., nor for any
point on or reached via the Memphis
and Charleston R. R. via Jackson, Tenn
and Corinth or Grand Junction, Tenn., nor
for any point on the line of the Mississppi
and Tennessee R. R. via Grenada, Miss
nor for any Texas points via Memphis,
Vicksburgor New Orleans, on account of
quarantine regulations. C. T. Rcdd, Agt
DIXON SPRINGS. ILLS.
These spnugs will Ik? 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 ami 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
guestsisguranteed all fr Hie sniall sum
of $3 per week. Special rates to tamilies.
J. R. Brown & Co., Proprietors.
May 25th, 1879
Noticr On and after J uiy 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 whiskerdylng in proportion.
Grateful to my old customers for their
past favors, I nsk a continuance of the
same, assuring them as well as others who
may wish to call, that nil work will be
done in first class style and workmanlike
hliop on Eighth street, west of Alexan
der County Bank. J. Geo. Steinhocsk
Ten Cents Worth. It you want u neat
smooth shave for ten cents, or a fashionable
hair cut for 25 cents, or anything else in
the tonsoriul line, remember the plnco to
go to is Henry Schick's, No. 142 Commer
Icb, Ice Wholesale and Retail in
largo or sniall quantities. Wagons will
run daily to all parts of the city, delivering
pure Lake Ice in such 'ciuantitii's as cus
tomers may desire. Leave orders at my
residence on Seventeenth near Commercial;
at Sargeants, on Eighth street, or address
mo through the post-office.
F. M. Ward.
Notice. to all whom it ma? concern :
The Cairo Bulletin will pay no bills con
tracted by any of its employes, or any one
connected with the Bulletin, unless the
samo is made on a written order signed by
mysolf, and tho order must be attached to
the bill when presented, and no contracts
for advertising or job work aro valid unless
tlie sfinio are endorsed by myself.
- THE STKaA
Will leave tha Cairo wharf to morrow (Monday)
it one o'clock p. m., making an
METHOPOLI8 & PADUOAII.
Thu fine alde-wbeel exenraion ateamer In lbs
Sncet boat on the river, for the pnrpoae. She la
large, roomy and ewtft and her accommodation
are ample for alx hundred exeurtlonlet. All are
invited lo go and enjoy a pleatant day.
All peraontare warned not to throw or depoait
any garbage, alopa or rubblah or any animal or veg
etable matter of any kind, into any of tbeatreeu,
avenue, alley or other place In the city, a It I"
contrary to law And dangeroue to the public health.
Police conitable are specially charged to enforce
rltforoinly all thu ordinance
In relation to thu
ut-auQoi me city.
The wason that nauia the alop and klf:hen offal
will call daily, (dundaya accepted:)
In the Fret Ward, from 6 to 8 a. m.
" Kecond " " ?8 to 10 a. m.
Third " " 10 to 14 m.
" Fourth " " S to 4 p. m.
" Fifth " " 4 to 6 p. m.
All peraon are requeued to report to the Health
Officer all violation of thee rule.
N. B. TUISTLEWOOD, Mayor.
100 good coopera wanteffto go to Bt Loula, tu
hoop flour barrel. Wagea 7 cent apiece, bit-am
Barrel Work, Becond and Webeter freet, tit.
BUGOV AND HARNESS
For ale, alngle act of harncaa and a nearly new
aide bar open buczy. Apply at the Bulletin office.
POR METROPOLIS AND PADUCAH.
The Elegant Sidewhccl Paucnccr bteamer
NEWMAN . Mauler.
A. J. BIRD Clerk.
Leave Cairo every afternoon at 3 o'clock, for
Paducah, Metropolis and way landing. For
freight orpannaw apply to bOL. A. SILVER,
THE ANCHOR LINE.
For New Orleans.
CITY OF ALTON.
H. Blxby Matter
Friday, July as. at i p .m.
T. 8. Davidson Mauler
Mouday, July i. at i p.m.
FOR MEMPHIS AND VICKSBURG.
Ororoi W, Limkox ..Matter
Tuesday, July X. at 5 p.m.
CITY OF VICKSBURG.
R. K. Rllcy Manter
Tburtday. July SI, at 5 p m.
JNO. B. MAUDE.
VY. n. Blake .Mitr
Saturday. July l. at 5 p.m.
John Crane Mauler
bucday, July -!?. at 5 p. m
FOR ST. LOUIS.
JNO. B. MAUDE.
W. U.Blake Maatnr
Tuesday, July it, at 5 p. m.
John Crane Maater
Wednesday, July if'., at 5 p.m
Jam O'Ncri MaMr
Thursday, July i, at noon
CITY OF HELENA,
Isaac McKii MaMersf
Friday, July 25, at 5 p.m. v
CITY OF GREENVILLE.
A. J. Carter Master
buuday, July 47 at 5 p. m.
; W. P. HALLIDAY.
Monday, July 2H, at noon
For all Information apply to Anchor Lin Office,
Caw, THOMAS W. SHIELDS. Sunt.
MUTUAL AID POCIETT.
JjU'REKAl EUREKA I
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE INSUR
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
Organized July lHli, 1877, Under the Lawsot
the State of IHlunU. Copyrighted July
fl, 1877, under Art of Congress.
WILLIAM STRATTON, I'rmidknt.
Mm. I A. TAYLOR,
J. A. GOLDSTINE, -Dn.
THOMAS LEWIS, -
DO AUO of managers:
J. J. GORDON, Physician Culro, Ills.
Mrs. P. A. TAYLOR, hiiperlntundcKt of
hchojls, Alexander County "
Mrs. E. C. KOItl), Variety Bracket Store,
. A. GOLDSTINE. of GoldHtlno & Ho
eeuwutcr, Whk-snlu and Rctnil Dealers
in Htuple ami Fnncv Dry Goods.
N. II. THISTLE WOOD, of litnkle
ThlHtlewood. Commltwtou Merchants.
Cotton ami Tobacco Factor " "
, 1). AYKK6, of Ayere & Co,, Commis
sion Merchants " "
THOMAS LEWIS, Insurance Munagur
mid Attorney at Law " "
WM. STRATTON, of Stratum & Bird,
Wholesale Grocers " "
GEO. M, ALDKN, Commission Mer- -
chant, 78 Ohio Levee " "
JAS. 8. REARDEN, Agent Mississippi
Valley Transportation Company
riARRISON IIOl'PT, Watchmaker and
.teu'i-ler " "
CHAS. R. STUART, Wholesale and lie
lal Dry Goods ami notions .t
EDWARD A. BUDER, Manufacturing
Jeweler aud v noiesaio iiciiinr iu
Y atchmskers'Tooi" uuu nmieruiis.,,. ,
KDWIN It. EONEW, Proprietor St.
Charles Hotel '
IIAZEN LEIOUTON, Commission Mer-
Dr. EDWARD R. ROE. II. s. Marshni
Houiuern u sirn utiuuis Snr iiBHeld, I s.
Mr"'BVAiAfmVru ' ; Villa Ridge,
Dr. R. b. BRI(IIA.M-J'iiyi'iclaa..Indlnaooll. Ind
jAS. M. UKLATT, Real Kitnte
Rev. DA ID C. WELLS, Methodist '
J. R UULLEV Merchant jtfgrldau.Miu.