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M fgOtrBWlQNAL CARPB-PHTHiriANS. -
J 11, BRYANT, M. D.
OFFICE: Eighth and - Wahtnton Avenue
vttvtnRWE: Corner Nineteenth nd Waah-
"y II. MAREAN, M. D.,
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
n m Commercial avenne. Keldencc-corner
Fourteenth Si. d Washington .venue, Cairo,
R. SMITH, M. D.
Oinre anil Residence :
0. at THUtTEKNTH 6TKBKT. CAIltO, ILL.
J)R. E. W. WHITLOCK,
cirru-.-Nn. ltfi Commercial Avenue, between
Sfihlh mid Mil 111 Street
JTJK. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICE-KIglilB Street, near Commercial Avcmie.
Notary Public ami Conveyancer.
OFFICE: With the Widow"' and Oorpliana' Ma
fni) Aid Sn'-ietv
J INEGAR &. LANSDEN,
OFFICE No. mCommercml Avenue.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
ENTERED AT TIIK POST OFFICE IN CAIRO, IL
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Cairo, 111., July 04.1X70.
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perature, ; Rainfall, 0.09 Ineh-,
Herg't Signal Corn. U. b. A.
The Veuy Latest From Conrad Albn's
harbor shop next door ,to Korsmeyer's
cigar store on (ith street, near the Levee.
Priees reduced to suit the times.
His shop is coo, clean nnd elegantly
furnished; his r.r.ors keen; his workmen
. courteous, polite and skilled. His toilet
articles of the finest und work done always
A Reoclab Hack leaves the St. Charles
Hotel daily, at S a. m., nd 1 mid 0 p. m.,
far the Court House, ruuning up Levee to
tlixth Street: Sixth street to Commercial
avenue; Commercial to Twentieth street;
tip Twentieth to Court House. Returning
down Washington avenue 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.
The Finest Shop in the West is the
new barber shop just opened by Wm. Alba,
opposite Paul Shuhs' drug store, lt must
he seen to 1ms appreciated. Always clean
towels, keen razors, cool breezes and polite
workmen. A polite potter is always ready
to use the. brush and bhek your boots for
Z cents, no need to have them blacked in
the street. Prices of work as follows;
Shaving, 10 cents; haircut, 25 cents; chant'
pooing, 2") cents; other work in proportion
WIRE SCREEN'S, 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 manufactured to order
and kept on sale. Repairing and uphol
stering done on short notice. I have a
good supply of walnut moulding and win
rlotli for srreens.to be made up in the latest
and best style. Priees very low.
XLEEt KLKF.I ICE! ICE!
Ice at wholesale and retail all through
the season. Wagons run regularly to all
part of the city. Oflice and lee P.o.
. next to Bristol's grocery mi Eight street.
The best Lake Ice always on hand.
Notice On and after July 1st, the prices
at my shop will ho reduced to the following
'figures: Shaving, 10 cent" hair cutting,
"25 cents; shampooinu, 25 .cents.
Hair and whisker dying in proportion.
fateful to my old customers for their
past favors, I ask a continuance of the
ame, assuring them as well as others who
may wiU to call, that all work will lie
. Oone in first class style and workmanlike
Niop on Eighth street, west of Aloxnn
.lor County flank. J. Ono. Stei.nhoihb
' Ten Cms Worth. It you want a neat
nmooth -shave for ten cents, or a fashionable
hair cut for 55 cents, or anything else in
",tlic toworial line, remember the place to
( go to is Henry ft hicks. No. i Continor
!, Icb Wholesale and Uktail in
trjiv pr um!l quantities. Wagous will
.rn-'Hty 1ott MM f the city, delivering
: pur Lake Ice in ttuch quantities as cus
! : txacri ' desire. Leave orders at my
residence on Seventeenth near Commercial;
y At Sargwifs, on Eighth street, or address
oe throujrtt lh post olUcc.
P. M. U Alia.
IN AND AROUND THE CITY.
Capt. J. M. Phillips returned homo
from his catcrn trip, last Saturday.
The change in the weather has served
to improve Dr. Arter's condition very ma
terially. Threo cases of yellow fever have de
veloped among the crowd that passed up
on the Coahona. How many will follow
time only can determine.
Mrs. P. A. Conant gave birth to twins,
Sunday. Only one of the little ones sur
vived the ordeal of birth nud that only for
a few minutes. The mother is doing well.
John Petrio having failed to respond
to inspector Wootcn's order to disinfect and
fumigate, the inspector did the work him
self, yesterday, nud did it very thoroughly.
Marshal La Hue's tamily is in Yin-
cennes, and will remain there during tho
balance of the Summer. Miss Kate Sulli
van will also spend her summer in Vincen-
-The I, C. R. R. has issued a new timo
card, that went into effect yesterday. Pas
senger trains leavo Cairo at 5:10 p. m. and
3 :10 a. m. The time of arrival is 3 :00 p,
m. and 4 :05 a. m.
Mr. Thomas Lewis, secretary of the
Widows' nnd Orphans' Aid society, of this
city, made the assessment yesterday for the
19th death, second class, that has occurred
among the members since tho organization
of this society.
In stock speculation, a thousand dol
lars are sometimes made from an invest
ment of one hundred. Send to Alex.
Frothingham & Co., brokers, 12 "Wall
Street, New York, for their Weekly Finan
cial Report, sent free.
Capt. Jim Johnson, recently a danger
ously sick man, has so far recovered a9 to
"be about again," and is expected in the
city to-day. His ailment is said to have
been a severe attack of inflammation of the
stomach and bowels.
The language of "Strict Quarantine,"
whoso communication appears elsewhere,
is strong; but ho is only one of the great
multitude of people who Iiold that the sit
uation is one of great peril, and that our
means for protection are w holly insufficient
The alarm of fire was sounded, Sun
day, because of the discovery of an incipi
ent conflagration in the residence of Mr
Ohlson, nearly opposite the Catholic
church, on Washington avenue. The fire
was communicated to the building from an
imperfectly protected stove pipe.
Among other reports current, yester
day, was one to the effect that a purse of
$100 was being provided, and, in due time
it would be given to the man who, in a ten
mile match should prove himself the fleet
est pedestrian. Such a prize would develop
Westous and O'Loarys without number.
The '-suspicious case" in the vicinity
of Fourteenth and Walnut, that created so
much uneasiness, yesterday, was a case in
which no fever of any kind was involved.
The woman had suffered about four weeks
from an attack of bloody flux, which finally
brought on a miscarriage. This is the
Mr. M. B. Iluster1, better known as
Bony Hester, has effected the purchase of
a flouring null at Wingo Station on the
Memphis and Paducah railroad, and will
leave Cairo for that point to-day, with tho
view of taking immediate control. Mr.
Hester had, for a longtime, been connected
with the mills of Messrs. Green, Wood nnd
Bennett, of Cairo.
Thirteen new cases and three deaths is
the report sent out fioui Memphis yesterday.
Twenty cases and nine deaths the day be
fore. There, is certainly nothing in such
news as that to disarm vigilance or allay
apprehension. .The danger is as greatms it
ever was, and must be guarded against
with increased care and watchfulness. In
our case unflagging vigilance is the price
Something over two full car loads ol
airo lolks made the Similar excursion to
Yineennes. It was a delightful trip, save
in the fact that the return of the train was
delayed flvo or six hours beyond the llxed
time. The delay is said to have been oc
casioned by the continued heating of the
boxes a fact that put a veto on lightning
time. The train returned about daylight
Tho negro man, Henry Clay, to whom
we allude elsewhere, confessed to ofllcer
Schuckers, that he is an escaped convict
and owes the state of Missouri eleven
months and twenty-seven days' service.
'You dropped down on, a $75 chicken
when you dropped down on me," said Mr.
Clay, "and on' that fact you may bet your
bottom dollar." Into iurthcr details Mr.
Clay was not disposed to go.
.Sally Taylor ami Lizzie McKay were
brought before Squire Robinson, yesterday,
to answer for a violation of the ordinance
that denounces a penalty against (piarrel
ing and lighting. Among tho witness
were u colored man who called himself
Henry Clay and his woman. Henry had
given in his evidence, and as it was not
altogether to Lizzie's liking she turned
upon him, and then nnd there denounced
liim as nn escaped convict who was dodg
ing around under an assumed name, when
he ought to be breaking1 rock In the peni
tentiary. There was ho much of probabil
ity In Lizzie's story, and It beiir; known
that a convict answering Henry's descrip
tion owed service In Missouri, officer
Sehucknro tyok him In churgo and will
u... htm connnca umu uio mat
. Alt , . - a.
until ' the
ter can bo determined. Llzzlo was
subjected to a fine and as she declared
that Clay's woman had fallen afoul of her,
"and 'scuse me gentlemen, tore off all my
clothes 'ceptin my corset and linen," she
was sufficiently punished for ono day, at all
events. Sallio was discharged.
We saw a good-looking white woman
promenading the streets yesterday, and were
told that she had como to Cairo from Padu
cah. She was trim built, bul an elastic
step, and dressed in good taste.
About ten steps ahead of this woman
was a negro man, rough nnd uncouth, black
as jet and this fellow was the woman's
husband. She lives in Cairo now, but she
cultivated her taste in Paducah.
Doctors Rauch and Rielly, Johnson, the
Mayor and Aldermen Halliday and Smith,
nud perhaps others, mado a trip to Island
No. 1, yesterday, on the tug Ariadne, the
object being to select a location for the
State Hospital barge, which it is proposed to
moor in that locality, for tho accomodation
of such yellow fever victims as may be
found on board the steamboats. Tho barge
will, we hear, bo placed under the special
charge of Dr. Reilly, of Chicago.
Thomas Mahoney was brought before
Squire Comings, yesterday, to nnswer a
charge of excessive cxhileration. The
charge was made good, and Thomas was
fined one dollar. If rumors are well
grounded the defendant iu this case will
soon come into possession of i 1,500 or
$2,000 of arrearge bounty. In that event
he must cxhilerato cautiously, unless he
prefers that some rascally dead-beat shall
have the satisfaction of spending his money.
A uegro woman, named Emma Greg
ory, living on Fifteenth street, called on the
overseer of the poor Sunday, for a pauper
coffin for the body of her dead child. The
child, about eighteen montlis'old, died Sat
urday morning, after an illness of a month
or more. After obtaining the coffin, another
trouble presented itself. She had no money
with which to pay for the child's burial,
nnd her colored friends refused to respond
to her appeals. After lapse ot two or
days parties enlisted for the labor, nnd put
the body under the ground.
On Sunday nfternoon Nineteenth street,
from Poplar to Commercial, might, with
entire propriety have been called the "nasty
thoroughfare." It was literally covered
with potato peelings, coffee grounds, rot
ten tomatoes, water melon and cantelopc
rinds, corn husks, cobs, straw and trash
generally, the leugth of the entire block.
Three-fourths of this trash, it is safe to say
were tunrbled into the streets that the city's
scavengers, the hogs, might fatten on it.
Hence, it seems, that to provide the "scaven
gers" is to insure them an abundance of
work to do.
Certain interests opposed to tho ex
penditure of any more money on the Ches
ter penitentiary, have enjoined the payment
of the 150,000 appropriated by tho last
General Assembly for the construction of
additional buildings. It is not expected,
of course, that such an injunction will be
made permanent ; but the parties hostile to
the expenditure, hope to be able to keep up
litigation until the meeting of the next
General Assembly, when they will renew
their efforts to effect an aban
donment of the Chester peniten
tiary project altogether In that aim,' also,
they arc doomed to defeat.
Twenty new cases and nine deaths is
the report of the epidemic's work in Mem
phis for the twenty-four hours ending Sun
day evening; but still the authorities there
refuse to declare the disease epidemic.
With as many as 150 citizens under treat
ment, with from ten to thirty new cases
developing and from five to ten deaths oc
curring every day, the people everywhere
have the same cause to dread the terrible
scourge that they would have had it been
declared epidemic from the" start. It is the
same terrible, relentles visitor, that brought
death and fright and desolation last year,
and if we would keep it at bay our vigil
ance must be unceasing. Sporadic or epi
demic, we want none of it.
Running at large or in pens, dead or
alive, little or big, hogs in a city, are, col
lectively and individually, a nuisance.
They hunt out the cess-pools and sink
holes, and by wallowing therein make the
foul smells do full duty. Filth hidden
nwny under the surface is turned up to the
action of the sun, and the hog that can't
coat himself two inches thick in some kind
ol liquid Hastiness Is always ashamed of
himself, and is held by his kind us"onc more
unfortunate." Ami under the pretext that
such foul creatures arc "good scavengers"
they ore ticketed to go wherever inclination,
smell or instinct may lead them! The hog
ordinance is a standing insult to everybody
in Cairo who retains the sense of smell.
-Nothing of a decisive or interestin-c
nature was developed in the Liiiegar-Rit-tollhouse
election contest yesterday. The
judges and clerks ot the election in w
Second Ward were examined touching M
manlier iu which the returns wore sealed
etc. Messrs. Phillis and Foley iil(;nii(,,
the returns before the Court us the returns
received by them from tho Second ym
and swore that, while in their custody, they
had not been altered or tampered with.
S.iveral other persons, male nnd femai,,
gave evidence touching tho rei,oieo of
parties whose right to vote hud been put n
Issue It was hhowuthat Fred I f tici:: .
had kept Ids dues to tho R. R. lire cn;i,ji;lt.v
paid up during his absence in Vw!i!n.,,n
Tho testimony for P.ittenliotne win" i '
MOKJNINa, JULY 29, 1679.
closed to-day. The hearing of tho case
will consume- half tho week all tho
processes being slow and tedious.
To-morrow is tho time fixed for tho
grand public meeting, barbecue and dance
at Commercial Point, directly on tho bank
of the Mississippi river, about ten utiles
from Cairo. Ainplo arrangements havo
been made to feed nil who may como.
There will be dancing, night ami day; and
as the affair is under the management of Mr.
J. H. Mulcahcy, wo feel no hesitation in
saying that tho it wall bo an enjoyable
one, and that Cairo people who attend and
participate will thank The Bulletin' for
calling their attention thereto.
It is probably within the bounds of
reason to say that it is an utter impossibili
ty for oue slop cart to nnswer the present
demands of tho city. It is expected that
the cart will traverse all the streets of the
city every day. It couldn't.make the round
if it kept constantly on the move. Yesterday
it was between il und 4 o'clock in the af
ternoon when it entered upon duty in the
Third ward, leaving only nlxmt two and
a half hours to devote to the three upper
wards. With a half day's service from n
second team, the work might be performed
satisfactorily. With only one team, the
service will prove irregular and unsatis
factory. There is too wide a spread of ter
ritory for one team to traverse.
A'colored individual names Janms has
an irrepressible fondness for sour beer.
Every morning he is abroad, even in the
early dawn, reversing the empted kegs he
finds piled outside the saloon doors, and
not unfrcqucntly the aggregated leavings
fill his two gallon jug. But on Saturday
last disgusted with the scantiness of his
collections, he "went for" a keg that was
contraband, and the landlord who had the
superior claims, caught Mr. James in the
act. How he seized a hoe nnd bela
bored him with the handle, formed the bur
den of the affecting story that James told
yesterday to Squire Comings. The landlord
was fined $5; but we'll venture the predic
tion that James made his last raid on the
beer kegs, empty or contraband, of that e
The pauper crowd from Memphis that
came upon the steamer Coahoma, last
week, "didn't like it" because they were not
allowed to laud at Cairo, und '"take in the
city." To have permitted the 400 refugees
that constituted the crowd to fill our stores,
saloons and eating houses, reeking as they
were with the germs of the fever, would
have been a sorry "take in" for Cairo. One
of the passengers, writing to the Republican
speaks of the boat's detention at Cairo, as
follows: "As we entered the Ohio river,
one of the tributaries of the majestic Missis
sippi, our gallant captain giving orders to
his pilot, we were surprised to see a tug
bearing tho yellow flag or
what the passengers called a
flag of distress circling around from the
harbor and tooting a shrill whistle, making
signs for us to stop, at which the captain
gave orders to round to nnd see what was
wanted, when this pigmy of a tug came
alongside and had ono of the most dejected
looking specimen of an officer on board.
His first inquiry was: "Captain; are you
from Mptrmllta'" "Vtill n-n urn '
-. a..j ..... . A V . , ,. llll
"Have you anv sickness on board?" "Not
if we know ourselves," At which the said
officer hung down his head nnd spoke in
nasal tongue: "Well, captain, you can't
stop at Kiro." The captain of the tug, a
little more polite, said: "Our noble mud
city has quarantined against your taxing
district of Memphis. You had better go to
the Kentucky side of the river, and wc will
iry to supply your wants, hut mane no
landing." After remaining in
the middle of the stream
for two hours, taking coal, the tug returned
from Cairo with the morning papers nnd
provisions. This time there was a decided
improvement in the officer who accompanied
her. He proved to be n very gentlemanly
physician, whose name wc are sorry we
have forgotten. He treated us kindly and re
gretted that their city was quarantined
against us." It must have been a very
clever physician indeed who, in view of
such a crowd, could have expressed regrets
that they were fenced out of the city.
A FEW rr.KTrNKNT IXTKUROliATOKIES.
Editor of The Caiiio IIci.i.ktin.
Being an old citizen of Cairo and feeling
a deep interest in her welfare, I desire to
ask you to inform, not only myself but the
public generally, "have we a quarantine or
have wo none?" What has our State Board
of Health done? What has our Board of
Health done for tho protection of our city
and our citizens? If we have a quarantine,
why is it that boats and inilroads nre al
lowed to come into our city daily, bringing
passengers and freight direct from the hot
beds of yellow fever? Why was the City
of Helena permitted to land at our wharf
when she was crowded with Memphis re
fugees fresh from the heart of the yellow
district, picked up along the banks of the
river, above and below Memphis? To prove
my assertion I clip the following from the
St. L. P.-D. of July 2(ith:
8I.tiTI.NH I1Y qi'AUANTINK.
"The Hard Cash has tied up at Carrol
Island, and will bo most thoroughly fumi
gated before sho conies up to the city. Tho
officers of this boat complain very bitterly
of tho discriminations which they claim
havo boon mnd against them, saying that
tint Anchor Line steamers evade quarantine
withrut question from tho sanitary officers,
while other boats with not a bit more pos
sible infection aro stopped and worried. All
of this comment is caused by the passage of
tho City ot nclcnn at 4 a. m. to-day with a
number of Mcmphians on board. Many of
these passengers wero left in Memphis by
the Hard Cash, but were taken outside of
tho limits quarantined against by St. Louis
on the Ouachita Belle, and then picked up
and carried onward by tho steamer City of
Mr. Parishone of the clerks of the Hard
Cash, stands ready to make affidavit that a
Mr. Lawhorn, whom ho recognized on the
City of Helena as the went by, was in
Memphis when they passed. Among other
passengers on the Helena nre the wives of
the captain and clerk of tho Ouachita
This is not the only boat which has evad
ed the quarantine; the John B. Maude it
is said, has also broken the spirit while it
has obeyed the letter of tho law, and from
all sources, of the two thousand five hun
dred refugees in the city not fifty per cent.
have been examined nor has their baggage
been fumigated. The officers of the Hard
Cash are not alone in their complaints, for
the people on the Coahoma tell just the
same storr. The gentlemen in charge of
Quarantine, with every inclination to do
their whole duty, nre unable to go outside
of their instructions, which nre very cx
plicit in stating what boats arc to be stop
The conversation between the officers on
the tug nnd the officers of the Helena while
at tho landing here as related by Mr,
Pearce, of the New Orleans Times, a pas
senger on the Helena, and ns published iu
yourSunday morning paper, was also plain
ly and distinctly heard by some of our own
citizens who were standing on the bank of
the river nt the time, and it is correct in
every particular as published, und your
query: Is Mr. Pearce a romancer; falls to
the ground. There is no romance about
this. The romancer is a failure, a fraud, a
perfect farce, a gigantic humbug, and we
the public know it and there is no use to
disguise the fact. Now Mr. Editor tho
reputation of our city is at stake. To-day,
Sunday 27th, the disease is to be declared
nn epidemic in Memphis. One case of im
ported yellow fever brought or allowed to
come into our city, will set the ball in mo
tion and in less than twenty-four hours five
thousand people would desert their homes
and flee from the pestilence. Now nre we
going to use our must strenuous effort to
prevent the fever from coming into our city
or nre wc going to Jet a few, run this busi
ness to suit themselves.
It appears to me that the same parties
who for their own selfish interests,
manipulated quarantine affairs
last year have hold of the
reins again this year. These same parties
who, when the fever was first announced
here last year, bull-dozed the public and
denied its existence to the very last, and
when they saw that the people couldn't be
gulled any longer were among the first to
flee from the city nnd then left the city to
take care of itself. Do we want this thing
repeated over again this year? Are we go
ing to submit to this thing longer! Is this
quarantine to be continued in the interest
of a few to the detriment of the city nnd
the masses of the people? What benefit is it
to let these boats nnd cars from the south
with their people nnd infected baggage
land here mid transfer the same from here,
docs the city gain anything by it or is it
merely in the interest of the packets and
I think it is high time for the people, to
arouse themselves nnd demand a
better protection for themselves anil
their families than we have now. I would
suggest that a meeting of the citizens be
called at nn early day, that resolutions
adopted expressing the sense of the public,
and that committees be appointed to pre
sent the same to our Board of Health, and
unless they forthwith carry out the wishes
of the people, then the people to take the
matter in hand and enforce u shot gun
quarantine. This, in my opinion, will be
the only way that we can at all protect
ourselves from the encroachments of tho
yellow fever. Let us hear the views of
more of our citizens upon this vital subject.
Who will move first in the matter? Let us
no longer put up with this farce, this hum
bug, but insist upon a
Ap.r you bilious? If so, procure Dr.
Bull's Baltimore Pills, the specific for Tor
piil Liver, and observe the great iclief this
valuable remedy will afford you.
Notice. to am. whom it may concern:
The Cairo Bulletin will pay no bills con
tracted by nny of its employes, or any one
connected with the Bulletin, unless the
same is made on a written order signed by
myself, and the order must be attached to
the bill when presented, and no contracts
for advertising or job work nre valid unless
tho same nre endorsed by myself.
E. A. BrnNETT.
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The rest quality of paper ut prices of
the chenpest grade.
Tyt pound statements nil colors.
10 pound Bills Lading.
14 nnd 10 pound Bill Heads all sizes.
Extra super white Envelopes nt St. Louis
wholcsalo prices. Printing 1,00 extra.
Ruling and Binding, all kinds at Tub
' NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
There will be a repetition
of the walkinjr match iu the
park, this evening. Other
and ample means of amuse
ment and entertainment will
be provided, full details con
cerninjr which will be given
in handbills, which, will be
distributed during the day.
Gates open to all who may
choose to come, ami' everybody
All icrann nre warned not to throw or dvpoult
any eurtjaiti-. h!iji or rulillili or any animal or vcu
etiilne mutter of any kind. Into nny of the utreetv,
avenue, ulli .n or other plucei In the city. o lt U
contrary to law ,uid duuncroim to the puMIc health.
1'ollre roiiKtiibW nre invclally charged to ei.forre
rL'oroii.ly all the ordinance in relation to tho
health of thu city.
The wn.'on that hauN the ilop and kitchen ofT.l
will call dally, (Sunday accepted:)
In tho Frt Ward, from ! to S n. in.
" f'cond s to Ma. in.
" Third " " 10 to i m
" I'ourtU " " V to i p. in.
" Fifth " " 4 to C p. in.
All perxona nre reflected to report to the Ke!lb
Officer all violation of the.e rule.
N. U.THIhTLEWOO!). Mayor.
VOl METROPOLIS AND PADUCAH.
The KU-uant Kldewheel l'aiei!er Steamer
Sli CHAMPION asi
Leaven Cairo every afti-rnoon at 3 o clock, fur
Paducah, .MctropoliK and way landlii'.'. Kr
freight or parage apply to hbL. A. MLYER,
THE ANCHOR LINK.
; For New Orleans, rin
Coshlll . ..Matf-r
Monday. July at
Jamk O'Nr.ii Mister
Krld.iv, AutiM 1. nt noon
W. 1. HALLIDAY.
Monday, Aui(Uft 4. at i:oon.
CITY OF HELENA,
Tuefday, July iri, at .1 p.m.
CITY OF GREENVILLE.
A. J. Carter Mnt-r
Thuraday, July :il at r.p. m.
MrPiiKKTKl-.a '-. Mal'-r
(Saturday, Aii','"t 4. nt 't p. in.
FOR ST. LOUIS.
McPurlteiio . Hl-tiT
Tuesday, July -."i at 5 p.m.
JOHN A. SCTDDER.
Fi.kh ('Ai.vniT Mat-r
Thursday, July 31. at !j p.m.
Jons T. .McCokI) ..Makr
Friday, Ail jut 1. at S p in. .
CITY OF VICKSBURO.
IE. K. Riley S'j-'.r
haturday. AtlgnM i, at 5 p m.
ANNIE P. SILVER.
D. II. SiLvrn ...M,itir
Monday, Auut I. at p. m.
For all Information apply tu Anchor Line Office ,
Wbarflioat No. li.
Cait. THOMAS V. SHIELDS. Supt.
(JAUIO CITY FK11RY CO.
THREE idi2i STATES.
On and after Monday, June Pi, the hout wiHmiko
the following t.-ipi:
t.&Avr.s LEAvrs .r.Avsd
Foot Fourth at Miourl Land's- Kentucky Ld'.
T a. m. 7:W a. m. S a. ni.
ta.r. i::n a. tn. tila.m.
11 n. m. 11 ::) a. in. IJ m.
, i P- m. a::! p.m. s p. m.
')p.m. fiinop.m. S:"Jp.m.
' a. m. i::;n n. m. 1) a. m.
it p. iu. :i:'VJ p. ni. 4 p. in.
ENTERPRISE SAYINGS BANK,
Chartered Man n HI, 1 !;:.
OFS-ICfc IN' CITY .NATIONAL BANK,
INTEREST paid on depoll March Ut and Sep-teiiiln-r
let. Iliterept not withdrawn Ik added Im
mediately tn thu prllirliMtl of the depolt, theinljy
pvlui: them compound IntercHt. ,
fifClillilieii anil married women limy deposit
money and no one flu- eun draw lt.
WALTER HYSLOP, Tueasvheu.
rpiIE CITY NATIONAL BANK,
W. P. HALLWAY, Prenldent.
11. L. HALLIDAY, Vlci!-Prei.dunt.
WALTER HYSLOP, Cn-liler.
a. taat(i TAVton. p. HAM.rDAr,
IIRNHV I.. IIAI.MI'AV, II. II. CCNMNUHAK.
O, I). WII.MANPON, fTKI'IIKN IMIIU,
II. II, I'A n DKK,
Excluuiflrc, Coin and United States Bonds
novonr and hold.
Depoalt received and a mnnrl ImnLtnz liuatnaaa
conducted. . .