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HIE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN"; SUNDAY MORNING SEPTEMBER SO, 1830.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
BTIBY MOBNUta (HOKlMYt HC8PTHP).
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WILLIAM n. ENGLISH,
Pemocratic State Ticket.
of Cook County.
LEWIS B. PARSON'S.
For Secretany of State,
JOHN II. OBERLY,
of Alexander County .
LOUIS C. bTAHKEL,
of St. Clair County.
of Winnebago County.
For Congress, lttb district,
of Randolph County.
For Senator oftnoSOth district,
WM. A. LEMMA,
of Jackson county.
D. T. LIS EG AR,
of Alexander county.
H. 11. BUCKINGHAM,
of Union couuty.
"Tub rlubt of Trial by Jury, the Ilube&s Corpus,
the Liberty of the Press, tho Freedom of Speech,
the National Rights of Person, and the lights of
Property must bo preserved.-Extract from Gen.
Hancock", letter upon tuklnn cbarRe of the Louis
COUNTY ATTORNEY. I hereby announce my
self a. a candidate at tho ensuing November
. m i, i., A tnotii.tr ftP
election, lor tne omce oi v iu.jr $
connty of Alexander. Illinois. ANGl 8 LEtK.
CIRCUIT CLERK. -We bn outliorlr.d to mi
oonnce that ALEX. H. 1HVIN will be a can ill
date at the ensuing novemoer election mr
office of circuit clerk in Atexauoer cuuuijr.
nn lanvuiw u'u ni uiithnrlv. in nminnnra
tbatMr. J011N HOIlOES will be a candidutu
fnrru.ulrtlr,ri In th nfflrn nf Mherifl. nf Alexandre
connty. nt t ho unl November election, subject
ouiy to tne vote ojiue people u iiiu puns.
U'ORCORONF.R-Wcsro authorized to announce
a that Klcnaru i-iizueraiu is a cnuuiaaw lorrc
election the office of Alexander couuty,
aBBBALW. T. SlIBIlMAM,
Write down the verv best thine von can think
or say of a en. Hancock as uu officer and a ijeutlu
nan and I will tigu it."
Gekeiul U. S. Grant.
'I havennthinit to say airslnn (ten. Huncock. I
bave known him for forty yuurs, lln iieraoum, oi-
scial and miiitarv recora is koou.
Jamb. A. OAnrixi.ii.
ISPI, mnn mlii nlti.mnli trt tret nn A n1illf,Bl fit
citement in this country on the old sectional issi'e.
na Dud Dimseir wunuui a puny anu wimoui sup
port." IIo. Roiibrt Dell.
Qentlemen: Tho principle. of the Henwratic
fiartf are a. tar above the principles nf the Kepuh.
Iran party as the battlements of high h'.-uven are
bote lbs mudsills of hell."
Colombl John Hat,
" "Tbe Republican hand. In this campaign that at
tempt to dellle the private character of Gen II an
rack would only dellle thetnselvo. whs a sol
dier, patriot aud a man of unsullied character, and
hi. private tucoidi. unassailstle."
Hon, Carl Hcitcnx.
it v.m .,...i n nn..miit to denredir.ato the
character of lien. Hancock, and tho groat service,
which he has rendered to tliu country. He a
eentlemanor irreiiroucunBiociiiiriituir, u,tu .
u . ...,.., ..rt-n innitn t ihscredlt. As a
soldier' he has shown sienal bravery and skill In
liano na troops nnner iiimcuu timiiiiiununi "
hi name is identified with some of tUo most splen
did achievements of the war. For all this every
good citizen will honor him."
Gen. Wikfield Hcorr IIakcock,
"A full vote; a free ballot; aud ft ruir count."
"Public olllco is a trust, not a bounty bestowed
npon tbe holder. No Incompetent or diflionesi per
son sbonlil ever be entrusted with it."
"If railed to tho Presidency I should deem it my
duty to resist with all my power any attempt to im
pair or evade the full force and effect ol ilio con
stii'itiou, which in every article, section and amend,
ment, is tho supreme law of the land.'
"The riRhtol trial by iurv, tho habeas corpus,
the liberty of the press, the freedom ol speech, the
natural rights of jiersous.and the nphtsol property
must bo prceervcdV'
HON 11. W. TOWNsENDWILl. SrEAK AT
(ialconda, Friday October 5.
ew llurnslile, Wednefday October 'i.
btouo Fort. Thursday October 7.
Cairo. Wednesday urtober 13.
1I0S. SAJItTl. S MARSHALL W".L (jl'EAK AT
(inlconda, Saturday October 1).
Metropolis, .Monday October 11,
Cairo, Wednesday October VI.
Muryhvslioio.Thursday October H.
Murtori, Saturday Odober l'l.
liEN. WILLIAM II. ANDERSON WILL.frEAK AT
liokonda, Saturday October 9
Mettopoils. .Monday October 11.
Vieuna, Friday October 1A
Cairo. Wednesday October 11.
Murphyshoro, Thursday October 1-1.
Marion, Saturday Octobor l'i.
HON, P. t YOl'Nl.llLOOD Wai.WE.tli AT
Vienna. Tuesday October 12.
Culro, Wednesday October 13,
Anna, Thursday October I I .
niuoln, Friday October 15.
I'luuneyville.baturday October Ki.
HON. .JOHN II. OIIEHLV WiLL STEAK AT
Shawnectown, Saturday October K
(iolcunda. Monday October 1H.
Metropolis, Tuesday October lit.
Jonesbwro, Thursday October Jl .
Sjiarta, Friday Octobers,
llarlou, Thursday ciclober SS.
Murpbysboro, Friday October J!t.
Duluoln, Saturday October 30.
Cairo. Monday Novembe r 1 .
By order of Congressional Committee,
R. FiiBoANZA, Wm. 11 Green,
The ne.vpapersoI the District are requested to
copy the above.
DEMOCRATIC TliECINCT MEETINGS.
Hon W W Burr will speak at Alto, Friday, Octo
ber 1, at 7 p in; Anna, buturday, Oct 'i, ut 7 p in,
Hon F E Albriphtwill speak nt Hell's Mill. Mon
day, Oct 4, at 7 pm; Preston's school House,
Tmsi'nv, Oct l, at J P m; Willlard's Landing.
Wednesiiny, Oct , nt 7 p m; Reynold's School
House, Th'ursdar, Oct 7, at 7 p in; Uon;;ola, Satur
day, Oct at 11 a m,
Hon Jesse Wnre will speak at Mill Creek, Thurs
day. Sept ao, at 1 p in ; Gregory School House,
Friday, Oct I, at 7 p m; Karniker School House,
Saturday, Oct i!, nt 7 p ui; Meisekheimer School
Monday, Oct 4, at 7 p in.
Hon D T Linepur will speak nt Mt Pleasant,
Monday, Oct 4, at 1 p m; Saratoga, Moudav. Oct
4, at 7 p m; F.lmore School House, Tuesday, Oct 5,
at 7pm; Donuola, Saturday, Oct U, at 1 p in.
Hon George V Hill will speak at Lick Creek,
Friday, Oct 1, at 7 p m; Moscow, Saturday, Oct li,
at 7 p m: Meiseiciwer School House, Monday,
Oct 4, nt 7 p m,
Basket picnic at Jit Pleasant; Barbecue at Oou
Un TT ..f..l1 ...11 .....nir ..I IM'iIravUIrt Wit.
J A I'll SIH ALU l V II III JFHHir-fi-t -'!
nrdav. UcU, at 1 urn; Carii-raviHc, Saturday, Oc
.i r.x. 1..fV..u,1..;n.. Mhiidnv t let A nt 1 n m
Ill I p III . Oll.l iryilllim lUWHU'V i v a i- .
Marlon, Monday. Oct 4, at 7 pm; Pulley's Mill,
'-.i..u.u.i , ,0, i .., 1 n ,,. k iti, (Mt.i'u ..initl I'nliut.
Tuesday! Oct 5. ut 7o m; Stone Fort, Thursday.
Oct 7, ul 1 p m.
Hon H W Towusheml w
1 speak at Stone Fort
also on the th,
Hon Wm ,T Allen will sneak at Like Creek. Wed-
r...i f eitc. .1 1 n m ' IliiMwi-irn Stu '.lies dlrassv
I'recilic!;Tliur(day, Out 7, at 1 p m,
Albright will speak at Kvansvillc
Monday, Sept 'J7. atl 11 111: Hunia, Monday, Sept
or . ? n 111' Rililutn "i'ln'M-inv, S.-iit -J4 'it 1 11 ill:
Shiloli, Weduesdav, Sept -JH,' at 1 p in; Chester,
I iiursufiy, i?upi v, i p ui,
li..,, W I M..n u',11 ui.,V nt KMI.ili Vi'lllll ll.
dav. Sent '.'!. at 1 u Li : Chester. Tharsd.iv. Sept :.",
Hon Wm Hart.ell will wi'l be present nt all the
above mcetiuas except Kaskaskia and Chester.
I!y order of Congressional Committee.
W 11 Ghun, Chairman,
R, Fkioana, Secretary.
Hon Wm K Murphv will speak at Metropolis,
Saturday, Sep'ii, nl 7 I m; New Cliimbia, Thurs
day, Sip NO, at I p in; lietitoii School House, Tues
day, Oct 5, at I p in ; lirooklyn, Tuesday Oct d, at 7
p ui; Alkin's School House, Wednesday, Oct ti, at 1
p m; Oak Grove School House, Wednesday, Oct ti,
ut 7 p in.
lion WW llarr, will spunk at Strlngtown. Tues
day. Oct .1. at 1 i mt Metropolis, Tuesday, Oct 5, at
7 p m; Aikin's School House, Wednesday, Oct ti. nt
I pm; O.ik Grove School House, Wednesday, Oct (i,
at 7 pin.
(itn Wm 11 Anderson and Hon Samuel S Marshall
will speak at Metropolis, Monday, Oct 11, Ut 1 p 111,
Hon W A Snann will sticak at GolromUi. Satur
day, Si p li, at 1 p hi ; Ediiyvlllc Saturday, Oct i, at
1 p m.
Hon Win K Miirnliv will "nenk nt Rose Hud. Fri
dav, Oct 1, at 1 p in: F.ddvvllle, Saturday Oct 2, at 1
p m; New Liberty. Monday, Oct I, I p in.
lions Samuel H Marshall mid Wm llartzcll will
Siak at Golconda, Saturday, Oct It, nt. 1 p m.
Hons Geo W Hill and W A Sjmiin will speak nt
llelknap. Saturday, See 'X, nt 7pm; Mt Pisgah,
Monday. Sep Hi, ili 7 p in; Keltmr Hchtol House,
Tuesdav. Sep U8, 7 p m I Tunnel Hill, Wednesday,
Oct vS8, "nt 7 p m.
II..., U'm .l All..,,u.;tl anriili nt (tnri-vll r. Mniidav.
Oct 4, at 1 pin; New llrunside, Monday, Oct 4, at 7
linn Wm Hart.ell will spck at Grange Store,
(KIiraTownhlni. Wednesday, Oct u at 1 p in;
New lliirnside, Wednesday Octfl. at 7 p tn; Grants
burgh. Frldav.OctK, at 1 pm.
Hons F Vomigblood and S P heeler wilt
speak at Vienna, Tuesday, Oct 1'J, at 1 p m.
Hon Wm llait.cll will speak at Tainuron, Mtur
ii 4... ki nt U'l.lt.i f'lttirrh.
(Pennine Precinct.! Monday Oct 4; Old Dngiioln,
I.... .. I, 1 II.....I. Ml,l ll... U'l,
I llrrllll,. V'll IJ . ll'.UII'l llllliv r,nu.i l""'."' . .
.! . i -..-(.. I. 'l'l... .lu.. 1 1. I 7 . ...
Iirpnnv. , 11 . unninni hi , uu i runv , ...
Frldav. Oct f; lienmark. Sntnrdnv Oct 9; llalrd
cwuuui liuurv. piuuiunj, . I i', , .,n.
Hon 8 P Wheeler will st.snk at Villa Ridge,
Saturday, Oct il, t 7 p m : Mound Cltv, Moudav.
Oct 4 at 7 p m ; New Grand Chain. Friday, Oct 15,
b:m p m; wetniig, fiaturuav, ort in, to ut.
Hon W A Si'iiuu will sneak at Mound City Tnes
day, Oct ti, st 1 pm; I'tilaski, Wedneiiday, Oa I),
al 7 p m; l lien, rnursoiiv, oct t,t p in.
Hon M C I'rawtord will stpciik' at Olmstead. Hut
urnsy.oct ti. st I ? m; New Grand Chain, Sutur
uny, uct vat :o p m.
THE 1UCES AT SHARK BAY.
1)V HEllKCCA HARDING DAVIS.
CONCLUDED FROM TESTEltUAV.
Tlicy camo buck reJ aud porsi'irin,
ready to cry, but swallowed down the sobs
as they pulled oil their coatn. rotter can
tered up and stuffed his winnings into his
There was a miserable silence. The sun
was hot and glared upon the sand.
"I don't think races is very good i'uo,"
Pottar and rajrh chuckled-
"Is that a'l the sport you kaow?' rked
"That's all," said Pugh,
His velocipede would not run except on
the narrow strip of hard beach; he gave it
a kick and sat dim. i. Potter's pony was
minded to go to its stable; he abused it for
an obstinate little beu.st, mid, jumping off,
let it gallop back. Then he sat down be
side Pugh. Their full pockets did not
seem to put f1io two boys into a good
humor. Ted and Joe put their hands into
their empty ones, tried to look indifferent,
"Is dem dar racea done run?" said uncle
"Yes," said Ted. Polly nodded two or
three times. A tear ran clown to the tip of
her little red nose, end hung there.
"Wal !" (the old man got up slowly)
"reckon it's our turn now, children !" and
he disappeared m the marsh -grass.
Pugh and Totter sneered, but Ted and
Joe stared all about them with wide-open
In two cinutes, on the water from be
hind a clump of cedar and bay bushes, ap
peared Uncle Jeems, aboard of the dirtiest
lovelist little boat you ever saw. A regu,
lar schooner, fully twenty feet long, with
two masts and sails iind red streamer flut
tering at the peak !
"Dis ycre's de full-rigged, fast-going ship
Polly, bound foh Europe, Califoruy and
Japan !" cried Uncle Jeems, steering her up
to the shore. "Ted, commander 1 Joe,
first captuin! Polly, passenger ! Uncle
Jeems, crew ! All aboard, Pig your main
topsail, my hearties?"
Ted and Joe had no breath to cheer.
Their eyes were set with astonishment and
delight. Polly gave a little cackle of a
"Hooray !" and then jumped up and down,
holding up her arms. "Met me? Did you
mean me, Uncle Jeems?"
"Yob's do on'y.lady ob Pelly I know
yereabouts," lifting her on the deck with a
"All aboard, captain 1"
Ted and Joe swarmed over the bow.
Pugh and Potter came close as they could.
They had quite forgotten their dignity in
"Is n't she a beauty? Regular sea-going
vessel, is n't she, Uncle Jeems? Something
like a boat, to have two masts; "
"Look at the anchor!" shrieked Polly.
"And the dear little house shut up by a
"That's the forecastle, you goose," said
Ted. "But just see the rudder ! "Why, you
can turn itl Can I steer oh, C3n I steer?"
"Ob course. And Mars Joe, he miu' de
sail. Miss Polly, she Captain of the center-
board. You hold dat stick ti'dit, honey.
Now we's off. Hig yer jib-boom! Man ver
topsail halyards, my hearties!'
'Aye, ave, sirl snouted leu and Joe;
and the little boat went plunging out into
the flashing waves, tho redstrtamer Happing
overhead in the sunlight, and the masts,
with Ted s steering, rocking topsily to and
"We've got to take keer of shipwreck"
said Uncle Jeems, gravely.
"Ot course! ol course! ' cried led and
The water in the bay was not two feet
deep, but they did not know that.
Pugh aud l'otter looked disconsolate at
them and the boat, driven here and there
before a free wind.
"Father would never let me go in a boat
alone," said Pugh.
"Seems as if we d lost our chance," re
joined Potter. "Hang the old darkey ! Look
here, Uncle Jeenis," he shouted, "are n't
we to go aboard :"
"ship s commanded by Cap in I eddy,
sah, I's de crew."
"I say, fellows! cried Pugh. "Thisispoor
fun for us."
"That 's so!" said Joe. 'Tut ubout, Ted.
Take 'em aboard."
"Take 'ein aboard !" cried Polly "Hoo
"Let uera uar aioue. uai s my 'ovice, '
muttered Jeems. But he brought the bout
ashore, aud the boys jumped on deck.
No sooner did they fiin themselves safely
there than they begun to take command.
"Give me that rudder, Ted," said Potter.
"Joe, let Pugh have that rope. Let that
stick alone, Polly. What do such chubs as
you know about sailiuga vessel ("
He dropped the rudder in a minute,
however, to rush with Pugh to the bow to
look at a fish jump out of the water. And
then how it came ubout nobody could say
(Uncle Jeems had the sheet in hand, aud
surely ho knew how to manage it) tho
boom swung around, and over went Potter
and Pugh headlong into the water.
"Dut ur Low's a dangerous place," said
Uncle Jeems, quietly.
The children screamed. Potter and Pugh
scrmbled up and 6tood with tho sea weed
and muddy water up to their knees, spit
ting it out of their mouths and wringing it
out of their hair.
"Take us aboard !" they shouted, as the
Polly sutled swiftly away, "We're drown
ing 1 Take us aboard !"
"Dis yer ship's under full headway," said
Uncle Jeenis. "It's onpossihlo to turn her.
I reckon yoh wont drown dis day."
They wailed ashore and looked back, dip
ping and soggy with mud, to seo the crew
in the bout unpacking u basket lull of cold
chicken, biscuits and delicious fruit, Tho
sun was warm overhead, and the wind
filled tho sails, mid the bright ripples duall
ed aguinst the sides of the boot.
"They'll not come homeuntil night," said
Pugh. "They're having too good time to
think of commit ashore before night. We
may bs well go to the house,"
Polly's father went down to meet them
that evening, for they did not come in until
the inoou was shining. He carried Polly
in his arms.
"Uncle Jeems has given my girl a grand
holiday'" he Bind. "It was a pity those
luda fell ovcrbourd, Vncle!"
"Yes, stih," suid the old man, gravely.
"Dut was a most untortunato -accident! '
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DMINISTKATOirS SALE OF HEAL E.S
A TATE. , v ,
l'nhllc notice le hereby civen that by virtue of a
Judgment and order of the comity conrt of Alexan
der county, lllinoiH, mimo anuenienu ui ine uunu
ti.rrn tiii.ri.nf. A. I). ls0. in a caufo wherein Eliza
J. Twentu. administratrix of the estate of Alexander
Twelite. deceased, wan plalntill.auu Ida L . '1 wenie,
Amu A. Twelite. Aca 11. Twi ute, Arf.ir 11. Twente,
Ezra J. Twente, John II. ('lark. Franklin llitt and
William Tolbert, were di'fendunti', fur the eulu of
real estate to pay the debts of the mid Alexunder
Twei.te, deceased, 1, the underpinned, udiulnis
tratiix a aforeKald, will on Weduenlay,
the J'th day of September, 10, at eleven
o'clock a. in., nt the front dnnr of tbe court
nonce In Cairo In raid Alexunder coni'ty, pro
ceed to t.ell at public sale, to the hltfhupt bidder
the following described real estate, free and clfar
of tho dower or the underpinned at widow ofthe
said deceased. namely:
The iiudlvlded llve-plxthn (Ml) of the pontheapt
quarter, ofthe nortliwent quarter, aud of the ninth
wept quarter of the northwept quarter, of pcrtlon
twenty-live, (.") lu townchlp fifteen, couth raiiae
No. three (:l) wept of the third principal meridian
In Paid Alexander county, for the purpose ol pay
ini! tliedehtK of paid eptato.
Thetermpof pale are, one-half each down, ucd
the baianro in one year with note, and alpo mort
cutre on the realectnto cold to cecura the deferred
payment; paid uoto to hear Interest at tho rate of
PIX perceui. x.i.i.a u. i n c.i i u,
Wlicroap. F. Marion Lawrence and Evallno Law.
rence Ills wile, did, by their deed of tract bearing
ilute iunt, a. u. 187U. aim recorded in tnoro
riirilnr'p iittlrc of Ali'xnndi'r cmititv. Illinois. J ill vl .
A. D. 1S7U 111 Hook "(J" ol'Truct Jieedc.on iiace X-W,
convey to tho underpinned trustee, the following
real eplato pltnate In county of Alexander and State
of Illinois, to-wit: The southeast quarter of the
northwest quarter, mid the uorthenst quarter of the
kotithwoct quarter, all of section thirty-four (flit,
township fourteen (1 11, ranue two('ll, west of third
nplfii'tiiiil mi'rliMfiti. In trout to aiTiirn the lmvtni'iit
of a certain promissory note In said deed of trust
described; and whereas, default hap been made In
tho payment ot said note, which said note remains
ion if since pasi ouo ami nnpiitii. now, mereioro,
on atitillcatton nf the leva! holder of paid note uo
tlce li hereby tflvcn, that the undersigned trustee
Will, 0U MONDAY Till VVTll HAT Or ftrTEMIlKII, A
I). lRMl.at the door of tho court houpe. In paid Al
exander c unity and Stute of Illinois, at the hourof
II o'clock p, m. or paid nay, otter ror pale und pen
at public auction to the hlnhect bidder, for rash, the
above described real estate to pay and phIIpIj the
amount of principal and interest due upon cnld
note. illia,m I J i rustee.
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4:ii) p.m. l-'ust I':xir'Bi
For St. Louis and Chicago, arrivlnn at St. Louie
PI: 10 p.m., aud Chicago 7 :'J0 a m
-1 HO j in. Clnc inntiti Kxpropn.
Arriviii at Cincinnati 7:i a m.; I.onipville 7:i)
a.m.; Indianapolis 4:"0 a.m. l'acceni.'irp by
this train reach the above points 1U to ;jtl
lloCUS in advance of any other route.
rf-The 4:20 p. m. express has ITLI.MAN
M.EEl'INti CAH Cairo to Cincinnati, without
chanties, and through sleepers to St. Louis and
Fan T7mo Kat.
P-l CiOll (YfiVC h Mt 11,U K ,hr"al:,n ,0 ?a,"1
I l..LIIi;lI cm points w ithout ny delay
caused bv Sunday intervening. Tbe Saturday after
noon train from Cairo arrives in new York Monday
mornlui; at 10::;5. Thirty-six hours In advance of
auy other route,
STFor throuch tickets and further .Information,
appiy at Illinois Central Kailroad .Depot, Cairo.
JAs. JOHNSON, J. II. JONES.
Gen. Southern Agent. Ticket Aseut.
A. II. HANSON, Oen. l'as, Agent. Chicago.
QAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R.
II. "W. SMITIIKIIS, Receiver.
SHORTEST SHORT LINE BETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
through Exorecs leaves Cairo !
Tlirough Exiin ss arrives at E. St. Louis.. 5
Through Express leavt-s E. St. Louis.... 'J
Through Express arrives at Cairo S
.Murphyebofoaccommonatlonieavesi airo l :
Mti'phypnuru acc. arrives .ai .iiurptiysnoro 7
.Murphysboro Acc. leaves Murphycboro .. 5
Murphveboro Acc. arrives at Cairo 11
The Cairo St Louis Kail Road Is the only all
RuilKoute between Cairo and St. Louis under one
management, therefore there ar- no delays at
wv slatlouc awaiting connections from other lines.
Close and sure connections at St. Louis with other
lines for North, East and West
L. M. JOIINSON.
tier. crul Manager.
QHIO it MISSISSIPPI Ry.
TIME TAIII.K OK rASSENfiF.R TItAIN'8 FlloM
V1NCENNES (Nov, 3D, l7'J.)
No. i Day Express (Except Sunduy).... 1 :30 p. m.
ti tpress (fcxeept Miuilu)') 1 ::m p. m.
4 Nljjht Exjiress (Daily; 1 J : JI a. in.
No. ft Express (Except Sunday) fi:ftS a. ni.
' 1 lbiy Express (Excejit suuduy).. . S:Mp, m.
o luv .AprL-rc lianyi. , , i a. in.
J. K. C'LAllK. C. S. Conb, Jn.,
Ajent Inceuncs. lien. Ticket Au't Cincinnati
QAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE Vto STATES.
On and after Monday, June 7th, and until lurther
notice the ferryboat will niaku trips us follows;
LEAVES LEAVES I.BAVES
Foot Fourth st, Missouri Land'K. Kentucky Ld'R.
7:00 a.m. 7:".o a, m. H a, m.
H:(ida. u, U::ida. m. 1 a. m.
11 :ooa.m. ll::ma. m. l'J'.iHim.
2:0" p. m, ,.,::n) p. m. 8 p. m.
4:"0p.m. 5:ou p.m. 5;;l0p,m,
3 p.m. i:sn p.m p. m
rpiIE CITY NATIONAL BANK
W. P. rtALLIDAY, IVsldent.
H. L. IIALI.IDAY. Vlru-l'rcsldcnt.
TI10S. W. IIALI.IDAY, Cashier.
(. RTAATP TATI.0R. W. P, IUI.UHAT,
IIBNIIT I. IIAU.IllAT, R. II, C'l'NNINOIIAH,
. D. WILLIAMSON, STItrUKN BIUD,
o. n. CANoti.
Excbanfife, Coin ami United States Bonds
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Depnsltsrecelved and I general Unking business
Vie Mean Cuml. ot ilerrly Pielicvcu
And Cau l'rove What we Claim.
fcyThore are no failures and no disappoint
meiits. Ifymi are troubled Willi SICK iiKAI)-
AC11E you ciii he easily and quickly cured, uh
hundreils have be u already. We, shall lie pleased
to mail a sheet of testimonial to any intereMcit.
Carter's Little Liver Pills
Also cure all forms ol lilliousness, prevent Const!
pation ami Dyspepsia, promote Digestion, relieve
distress from too hearty eating, correct Disorders
of the Stomach, Stimulate the Liver, and Kegulute
the Dowels. They do all this by taking justoin;
little pill at a doe. They ure purely vegetable, do
not gripe or purge, mid are ns nearly perfect us
It Is possible for a pill to be I'rice lb cats. 5 for
81. Sold by druggist everywhere or sent by mail
CAIiTEH ilEDIClN'E CO . EKIE. I'A
proprietor of sproats patent
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON. WELL
TACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Oar Loads a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
YOCUM k BRODEPJCK,
STAPLE and FANCY
Washington Avenue. Coi-.
CAIliO - ILLS
Manufacturer una dealer In Custom-made
N. D All worn wi rnted, and Repairing neatly
done on snou uouru.
Vwrlitli Between Commercial aud
JiIl;IlUl Ol., Washington Mt.
Cairo II linoin.
b 5S a S
" d S
AKontLlFE AND ADVENTURES fiK
Tho Noted Woiltrn Otttlitw. Tly Hon. J. A.
Hums, I'h 1). A true uml tlirinitiif m-cuuut (lllus
truted)of their bold operations for IH years In 20
dlll'erent plates and territories, bufllltic detecllvea
mid ofllcluls of tliu law. Hi st pellliijj hi ok of tho
year. lo.WKt sold In threo month. Ml rents for
outfit! for sample ropv. I.lherul terms to
aueuts, N . I) TI10.V I'SON iS CO., I'ubllsUers, BiM
l'lue St., St, Louis, Mo.
MI LIT All Y ACADEMY,
Mnrirun I'nrk, C'oolt Co., Ill ,
A Christian family school for bovs. Locution at
tractive. Educational facilities nusiirpiipsed. Sep
Plon hevln September "III, 1HW, For full lufor
.jnntloii huh it for t atalouue.
A WoNtiititm. Pismvunr ron Tin LAtutts. A
snporter for wenklv ladles, that also a perfect
lirevetitallv to t"hi cnfise(llenees (if murrlfltfn.
l'rlcs fit can bo obtHlnr-d by addressing post rlllt
Ilox 41, AlKOtia, KossuuthCo., lewu,