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Theme! successful RTavc robber of the. flay U
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Hamndeu. on o. say: --uricmmi
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cm of D-. Llndsev's Blood Searcher .Ik
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BARCLAY BROS.. Ajeut. Cairo. Illinois
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J H. BRYANT, M. D.
OrnCE: Eighth and Wa-hlnztou Avenue.
RESIDENCE: Corner Nineteenth ihi Wah'
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Homwpathic Physician auJ Miryeon.
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Fonrt'.-nlk m. and 'i-h::iKton avenue, t airo.
n. SMITH. M. D.
Office anil Residence :
NO. 21 THIUTEEXTn STREET. CAIRO. ILL.
. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Cmct-N'o, V5f. Cornmac'-il
Eiehlh and Slnih Street
R. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICE Eighth Street, near Commercial Avenue
"INEGAK A LANSDEX,
OFFICE No. IV) Commercial Aveuv.c.
3II TUAL AIU SOCIETY.
TIDOWS' AND ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Societ-.
Corner of Seventh l. and Comn.erclul Avenue,
OFFICE IIOl'I!S:-S to 12 o'clock a.m., 1 to C and
7 to b p.m.
THOMAS LEWIS. Secre.ary.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICIAL l'APEIt OF ALEXANDER COUNTY
Only Morning1 Daily in Southern Illinois.
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Scrj't Slgnul Corpi', U. S. A.
For. Sale A food busiuoss house two
story Wick, on Wasbington avenue, comer
of Tentlt street. A desirable situation for
a grocery store. Apply to
Mrs. G. G. Alvord returned from Chi
Don't forget the matinee at the Atbc
iicuni, at 2 o'clock.
Combjue matinee at the Athcneum at
2 o'clock tins afternoon.
. Comique matinee for cverj- one, at the
Atheneum, at 2 o'clock this afternoon.
Missionary "Field Day" at the M. E
church to-morrow. All are invited.
Mrs. Wi'.liard, of Anna, is in the city
visiting the family of Mr. E. E.Wulbridiie
' Wesley Lane, now in Leadville, Color
ado, has our thanks for files of the Lead
ville daily papers.
.ur. in rurco ana wne nave coin
pleted their bridal tour, and arc Hgain in
Prof. Eiscnberg's, Cairo band wil
furnish the music for the Cobden Drama
tic club on the occasion of its appearance
in Anna next Thursday cveninsr.
inn uerman lurner society wjii pic
nic to-morrow in the Cunningham Grove,
midway between Cairo and Mound City.
No people enjoy themselves more heartily.
Tbo bonds of mnrriasru between .1. D.
and Eva Rider were dissolved by the Cir
cuit Court, yesterday, on the petition of the
wife, who will now assume her family
Wooten commenced the removal
ff the foul mess from the sunken
bare Thorpe yesterday. It smells nearly
rvt . . m I . -
u uau as in villainy of the Louisiana R.
The motions for n new trial in the case
of Turner, the Fuk sltooilst, and Henry
Stevens, the Fisher burglar, were over
. ruled yesterday, and sentence passed upon
the- former for ten years m the penitentiary,
and upon the latter one year.
We Bought, but failed to find conGr
matlon of the report that Amandusaeeki 1
hadtttken his own life in St. Louis, last
. Sunday; aud his wife is inspired with the
hope that the report is untrue. We are
' unable to share the hope. When last seer.
AniauduB was much depressed in mind.
and had yielded much to temptation
We shall probably learn the whole story
Frankie Brooks was brought up for
trial yesterday evening. Her guilt was es
tablished. Upon her agreement that she
would turn off her girls, and leave her pres
ent neighborhood if thereunto requested,
the old Judge assessed her fine at 25.
-:500 deposited with Alex. Frothing
ham & Co., brokers, 12 Wall Street, New
York, as margin on 100 shares St. Paul R.
R stock realized if 1000 for the operator a
few weeks afterwards. Their Weekly Fi
nancial Report is sent free.
Gloster Burton, the negro who stole
$3,57 from a couple of companions, was
pronounced guilty of petty larceny, yester
day, sentenced to confinement in the
county jail for one month, and to pay a fine
The Cairo and St. Louis railroad
changes time to-morrow under tno new
table. The passenger train will leave Cairo
at 8 :4") a. in., and arrive in St. Louis at
5 p. m. The accommodation will leave at
12:23 p. m., arriving at Murphysboro at
6 :45 p. m.
Lame and Devorc, the oldest pair of
carpenters in Cairo, are tearing down and
building up as much sidewalk every twenty-
four hours, as any other two men in tlic
business. They are engaged, just now, on
the Twelfth street sidewalk, between Com
mercial avenue and the Ohio Levee.
Carl Peters' hennery is proviug a suc
cess from the start, and determined to sup
ply everybody with his fat young chickens
and choice fresh eggs, he is fitting up a
depot upon Eighth street. In due time he
will, of course, make his aims known
through ,the advertising columns of The
Two men, named respectively Clayton
and Mason Kerr, working ip. a strawberry
field near CoMen, on Thursday last, quar
relled about some trivial matter, and Clay
ton becoming furious stabbed Kerr to the
heart with his pocket knilV. Kerr died in
an hour or two. Clayton fled the country,
but was so closely pursued that his capture
is confidently looked for.
The Marion convocation of Republi
cans and Greenbackers numbered ju
twenty-six persons. Of this number thir
teen voted for Crawford, and eighteen vo.
ted for Harker. Hence it is seen tlmt after
all the drumming of Republican intriguers
the meeting came very nearly being cap
tared by men who were honestly inchuei
to choose the fittest men.
The Southern Illinois Medical nssoche
tioa, Dr. C. W. Dunning, ot Cairo, presi
dent, will hold its regular semi-annual meet
ing at Sparta, on the ISth of June next
At 7:.'i0 p. m. C.W. Hughes, M. 1). will de
liver an address on insanity. At 7 :'j0 p.
ui. Thursday, June 19th, Dr. Hodges, of
St. Louis, will deliver the address before
the association, subject : ''A uniform plan
in development." Dr. Hodges' lecture will
be a rare treat ns a scientific and literary
The ball given by the Mystic Krew in
their new hall, last night, certainly came
up to the expectations of the most sanguine
Knight of the Krew. The hall was taste
fully prepared. The tloor hud been artist
ically painted, broccatelle style, eaeh cor
ner of the room was adorned with the glit
tering emblems of the order, a large star
and a cresent suspended by a tripple chain,
and the walls adorned with banners, pic
tures, etc. About thirty couples participa
ted and Carter's fine cotillion band furn
ished the music.
Mr. W.II. Morris,uow deccased.kept up
three insurance policies on his Hie, the three
aggregating $3,000. The average age of
the policies was seven years. He paid 731
premiums, and the company on settlement
paid over to his beneficiary the sum of
$3,000.50. In other words, upon the money
paid by Mr. Morris, his legal suivivors re
alized over 800 percent. If such results
could be absolutely assured, in all cases,
life insurance would commence at once to
absorb a greatly increased share of married
men's surplus capital.
It is to be regretted somewhat, that
our people were not informed, at an earlier
date, of the proposed excursion parties
from Corinth, Mississippi and Jackson,
Tennessc both of which parties will be
here to-day. These people come from a
of country that is naturally tributary
to Cairo, and " tWo in jio good
rexson why close commercial relations
should uot be established and maintained
with theui. Whatever can be done to ren
tier the stay of the excursionists pleasant,
should not be neglected; but it would have
been more agreeable, all around perhaps,
h id we had a few day's notice.
Sarah Williams manages to get her
name in the police reports oftener than any
other person, white or black, male or fe
male, in the city of Cairo. A lew days ago
she was fined it is said, on the evidence of
one of her neighbors, a white woman.
Brooding over the imagined wrong she had
suffered at this woman's bands she finally
hit upon a plan to get evn, She called on
Squire Comings and made oath that the
woman in question was maintaining a
bawdy house. The Squire niliuonished her
to be careful, and not let her resentment
run uway with her discretion and common
fftise, and especially warned her against
the consequence of malicious pnnecmions.
I He trial came on. Sarah was rather posi
tive In ht r declarations; but by no menus
C i.-K'.usiv.!. The witnesses for the defense
CAIRO BULLETIN; SATURDAY MOKMNU, MAY
., i .... 1 nnt on lvfullv exhonerated
the accused, but made it quite manifest
that the suit was wholly spite work. The
court took that view of the case, lectured
Sarah on tho score of her reprehensible be
havior, and, as an intimation that she must
do so no more, made her pay tho costs of
suit, which amounted to about four dollars.
There will be occasion now for the
negroes to "exode" from Indiana. In Tcrre
Haute, last Wednesday, the Republican
Judge of the Criminal court of that ca
nned William Nelson, a negro, the sum of
one thnusaud dollars and sentenced him to
one year's imprisonment, for marrying a
white woman. Let the emigration socie
ties be formed at once. There can never
be anything but misery and degradation
for the black in any country where he is
denied the luxury of a white wife! But
seriously, the law under which Nelson was
punished is a disgrace to Indiana. In nine
cases out of ten the white-wifed negro is
puuished enough in his domestic relations,
without the addition of law penalties.
It is useless to suggest a general 4th of
July celebration. It is something not to be
hoped for in Cairo. The people have set
tled down into the habit of accompanying
fire companies out of town,of visiting the ado
that is usually made in the park, or of fix
ing themselves in an easy attitude lit home,
and with abundaico of ice-water and palm
leaf fans at hand, devoting tho day to their
periodicals or newspapers. To get up a
creditable general celebration and prepare
free food for all who might attend would
cost trom $1,000 to $1,500. An effort to
raise an adequate sum was made two or
three years ago, and resulted in failure.
That failure seems to have enforced the
conviction that a general celebration is too
expensive a luxury for mi 1 summer, and
such a thing is no longer seriously contem
plated. Emma Houston, the colored girl who
stole sundry articles of value from the resi
dence of Capt. Hudson, last winter, was
found guilty by the jury that sat in her case,
yesterday, and the value of the goods stolen
by her fixed at $2.5). Itbeingreprtser.ted
that the defendant was under eighteen
years of age, the Judge proceeded to sen
tence her to one year's imprisonment at the
Pontiac Reform School. But right here a
difficulty presented itself. The Refirm
School is intended for boys oiily. It there-
tore became necessary for the Judge to dis
pose of the prisoner otherwise, which he
did bv sentencing her to th rty day's lm
prisonment in the county jail and to the
payment of a fine of twcnt;-live dollars.
Had Emma passed another sunnier over her
head she would have been booked for
about two years in the penitenary.
In referring to the ruined and cruelly
abandoned white girl yesterda;, we were
not unaware ot the leniency with which
the eye of our laws looks upoi seduction :
but we were instigated by tht hope that
the case would present some fcuture some
semblance of force, that would throw it
within the reach of the Grand Jury. The
fact that the victimier was a rarried man
skilled in the art of deceit and treachery,
and the victim a young confiding girl.
without a natural protector, rendered the
case one of peculiar turpitude, and will ex
cite for tho ruined girl much sympathy ;
and should have instigated the rigid inquiry
of those who were charged with the faithful
performance of such duties. But let it
pass. It is only another body ruined an
other soul stained, spotted and damned!
Let it pass; she's only a woman.
Frankie Brooks i the name of the
Anglo-Saxon female who was put to plead
yesterday, to the charge of keeping a house
of ill-fame, otherwise a brothel or bawdy
bouse. She felt disposed to plead guilty
to the charg", if the court would bear in
mind that her houm was convicted in an
orderly manner. The court then inform
ed her of the consequences of such a plea:
that the law empowered him to impose a
fine notexceeding $200 and add impris
onment incases Of great moral turpitude.
Concluding this explanation the court in
quired if she was disposed to persist in her
plea of guilty. With a visible flu-h of anger
she replied "no; she was not" that the
punishment was out of all proportion with
magnitude of the offence, and. that there
fore she would throw herself upon the
country and stand a trial. The plea of not
guilty was entered, and the case passed for
We receive Leonard Scott's reprints of
the English periodicals with unvarying reg
ularity. They contain the best English
thought and are read by all the great .;( hol
ms of both countries. The May number of
Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine was re
ceived yesterday. The' two serials, l!cntai
or What's in a name, and Part XIV of John
Caldigate, occupy about forty p:ige. mid
will be read with eager i n t '-: -1 . The
Pathans of Northwest India: Life of the
Prince Consort: Aspect of the Present
French Republic, are articles of mked
ability, and viewed in connection w'm, rc.
cent events will command close reading.
Tho discussion on the present condition of
France, and what can bo sum nyuin-t and
for the Republic, concludes that "it is not. a
bad specimen of a Republic us Republics
go," and ends with some speculation renrd-
ing its i inure, ijiiire a long
tion is given of the Pallimm, a
seinidiarbarous people win jV, jn
caves or rude huts among t! loui,;,,,,, 0f
India. Their dress, modeof life : ..i.,..
ticteristics are graphically portrayed, and
they can not be very agreeable ni-ijrl, ,r-
r subjects. Tho fourth volumo of thn
"Life of the Prince Consort" contains less
of political and moro of social life than tho
third. It is strange to read of the Prince
and tho French Empcrer being anxious
about their after-dinner speeches, und tho
Queen and Empress participating in their
nervousness. Tho "Policy of tho Budget"
refers to England's politics, and "labile
Affairs" to her relations with the outer
world. Blackwood and Reviews are re
printed in America by Leonard, Scott &
Co., at 41 Barclay street, New York. Price
$1 each, or all four for $13.
One of our Murphysboro exchanges
says that a couple of Grand Chain boys,
big fellows, were strolling In the woods tho
other day, and stumbling over a largo
bombshell, (which had doubtless fallen
from some of the bomb-shell trees that
grow very plentiful in that locality) and
it j. it. I .1.1 j
concluding una uiey wanieu tue ican inai
filled the mouth or fuse hole of the deadly
projectile, they built themselves a fire, tum
bled the shell into the flames, and sat down
to await results. The shell soon taking on
the required heat, flung itself all to pieces,
kuoc.king the two astonished boys end over
end, and injuring them severely. As the
editor whom we quote merely used the oc
currence described to "adorn a tale," in
which he subsequently induldged, the fact
that there is not a word of truth in it, is a
matter of no consequence whatever. The
editor probably forgot to add that the
bomb-shell was left there by the Knights of
the Golden Circle, who, inspired by a fero
cious hate of the "glorious Republican
party," tried, but failed, to blow up the
Young Purcell. who was sent from
Cairo to the Anna Insane asylum, a few
weeks ago, has shown himself bhxidy-mind-edjvnd
capable of much mischief. One
day this week four of the keepers accom
panied twenty-five or thirty of the milder
lunatics on a walk about the grounds.
Among the rest were young Purcell, ami
an old man named Alfred C'orine, a resi
dent of I'nion county who had been driv
en crazy by religious excitement and bible
reading. Securing a brick and awaiting
his opportunity Purcell nYw at the old man
and before the keepers could interfere,
had beaten the obi fellow so savagely and
mercilessly that he died in U -s than two
hours. The old man was u-ually mild,
but at lcng intervals became violent and
quarrelsome. It is conjectured that in one
of these ill-humored spells he had injured
Purceli's feelings, and that nursing his
feelings of anger and re-entment Pureed
availed himself of the first favorable
chance to wreak his vengeance. The Wiy
of (.'orzine was buried at Dongola. He had
many relatives in Union county, some
of whom are well to-do and respected citi
"The Republican paity. in times pat,
elevated Mr. Landen to offices of honor
and trust." Cairo Sun.
qfF.STIONS AND ANsWKUS.
Bn.i.ETi.v "Will our lugubrious friend
of the Sun, please name those offices of
honor and trust to which the Republican
party elevated Mr. Lansden?
The Sc.n's. answer. "The Bulletin wants
to know when Republicans worked from
early morn to the close of the polls for Mr.
Lunsden's election? Mr. Lansden can in
form it. '
Bulletin'. "The Bulletin wants to know
nothing of the kind. It wants Mr.
Davis to name the offices of honor and trust
to which the Republican party elevated
Mr. Lansden :''
The Sun's Answer. "The Democratic
organ is worried about the support tho Re
publicans gave Mr. Lansden several years
ago, and would have the people believe that
because it supported Mr. L. for Mayor that
Republican support didn't amount to
Thus it is seen that the "Awkward Dod
ger," having started out with a falsehood,
doesn't hesitate to tell two more to keep it
company. The old fellow is rapidly com
ing up to the requirements of his party.
There was a goodly crowd at the Re
torm hall last night, and everybody was
pleasantly entertained. The picnic .com
mittee through Mr, Barclay reported the
receipt of $272.05 and tho expenditure of
l?i;.71 . The affair was singularly free from
mishap, ill-feeling or disagreeable occur
rences of any nature whatever. The club
voted $02 to pay debts of thn W. C. T. L
incurred on account of the recent convention
It is duo to tin Union to say that the appro
priation of this money was entirely volun
tary on the part of the club. Tho following
named gentlemen were constituted a com
mittee to receive the excursionists who will
arrive in the city to-day, viz: A. P. Daniels,
George Fry und Charles Baughniun. Of
course it is not expected tlmt tins ar
rangement absolves anybody from the duty
of doing whatever he can to add
to the pleasure and entertainment
of our visitors. The business
thus disposed of short addresses were made
by Messrs. Barclay, Whittaker.Aldcn, Olm
fcted and Dunning. Mr, Olmsteiid arose to
I personal explanation. "It had been re
ported that he had taken off hifi red rib
'lion. He stood there to sny that the rcpoit
in its length, breadth, depth and height,
was a falsehood. Nearly a year ago he
made a pledge to tho club and he intended
to stickhud come to stay; and God help,
ing liiiib l'e intended to make tlmt pledge
good" an observation that was heartily
I niinlauded. It being reported to the club
that Mr. Walter Hyslop was about to take
his departure from the city and country for
rpilIS SPACE IS RESERVED
for H. Meyers. Go and see his
new brands of tine cigars; the best
ever brought to Cairo.
a season's sojourn in Scotland, it was, by a
very enthusiastic and unanimous vote de
cided to give Mr. Hyslop a fc tter, bearing
evidence of the club's g'tod will and of the
high esteem in which it holds him as a
friend of the cause, as a citizen of Cairo and
a Christian gentleman. Mr. Barclay had
expressed the happiness he derived from
his participation in the picnic. Dr. Dun
ning took occasion to explain why. Con
necting at the base of the brain is the
pneumo-gastric nerve that extends to the
stomach. If, as some argue, this nerve com
municates sensations of pleasure to the
brain in proportion to the amount of whole
some nutriment taken into the stomach,
there can be no doubt that Mr. Barclay was
the happiest man on the ground. He was at
the table all day. The Doctor's allusion to
the editor of The Bulletin doesn't
admit of answer in words. At
the conclusion of these humor
ous passages President Williams
announced that the evening of next Friday
week would be signalized by a grand
children's temperance meeting the ladies,
meanwhile tuprepare a suitable programme.
Next Friday evening the club will Ik- ad
dressed by Rev. W. F. Whittaker. In dos
ing we desire to express our thanks to the
very courteous and obliging Recording
Secretary of the club. Mr. George S. Fi!;er.
The cheerful alacrity with which he puts us
in posses-ion of the publishable transac
tions of the club is fully and warmly appre
ciated. Headache, whether arising from In
digestion or Nervousness, thoroughly un:!ts
any one for attention to business or any
other active effort. Dr. Bull's Baltimore
Pills always cure this distressing disorder,
giving prompt relief after the firt dose.
LIST OFADVEHTIsHD LKTTKIIS ItF.MAfMNO IN
THE CAIIIO 1'OsT OFFICE MAY 24, 1711.
Iirantlc. I.'li.ttlieth Brown, Lena H.- J
camion. Laura ( urtis. Snry
Collln. 'I inieu l.reeii Juilfe
Mall. Mniiily Iloltneo. Sallle
iienderenu, Mitndy Mi ,Iolina. Emllv
l.'!iien M-Mies Mo-elr. Violet M-.
Man., Sullle Mra Mar.'rott, Lou Xlr
MaiMiio. Mr Steal. Alice .Mi"-
Slaughter, Eliza spencer, Ame'.'a
Wanlf north, Laura
Allen, Solomon ILardfley. J It
li iric'tt It. A. ( UBotJ, ( l.i.
( Thorn cro-by. C K
CilMing. J I.' Calil. Wm
D uIk, Adrian ' DonahUm. .1 I!
I-. !!. Clin- II Julkliain. ( a
l-Ymlrlck. deo Prince. II r
I'ro.-t,.Joepli l'ilier. V O
lioMmur. Sum (iven. Wm
Heard, (.cow Ward
IIC A: Co. Oiiult Iioiinu itohti'tou. Peter
.loliusiiii. .Toll ii II Lilly, Clem
Li foil. Allen Moorman. C P
Mi Autherc Dr Martin. .1 F
Moore. ,lno It Noel. Jim
I'errv, Natheti Porter, l'.obt
lloi lie. A .) I(lplniin, Marlon
llviin, Tli'm ,1 Standi, Nathan
sfewurt. Dr Sterols. Ed
Smith, llenrv J Sullivan, .lerlmln
White. I'rinik Wllllaiimon. J .1
W.-IIh. ,1 O William, Sidney
Pli'iice asy "nilvertleed" when cullltiK for letter
KioiiT Time to Opkiiatbin Stuck.
Hy recent communication with prominent
stock operators, we learn that now is a fav
orable time to take advantage ot tho stock
market, by the new combination method of
Messrs. Lawrence & Co., the New York
bankers, who have been so remarkably suc
cessful heretofore, The system is founded
on correct rules of finance and is universally
approved by the shrewdest operators. The
orders of thousands of customers are massed
into one immense capital, and operated as a
great whole, dividing profits pro rata every
month. In this way any customer can in
vest from $10 to $10,000 with equal propor
tionate success, and at tho same time gain
all the advantages of largest capital and
be- t skill in manipulating the market. This
firm's new circular has "two unerring rules
for success" and full explanations. $50 will
make $050, or 5 per cent,: $500 will return
$!l,000, and so on, according to tho market.
Stocks and bonds wanted. Deposits re
reived, Apply to Lawrence & Co., Bankers,
57 Exchange Place, New York, City.
Chew Jackson's best Sweet Navy Tobacco.
A aide-bar hut;r, lEi!le eat, without top. Aj pl
at the Bulletin couutluKTOotu.
NOTICE DANCIXU f LAS.
The Ladle cla will meet to-nmrrow rsafini'.y)
forenoon, ten to twelve lunea.l of tuo to f.e:r i.
m . auual, In order to give all an opportune) to
attend the matinee. C':u. H.a:v .
NuTK E TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
Mr William OTonnel ! noloner In mv enp'or
and ail t-rn are notified not to iell htm bui1
or me r
: on my account.
Fifty Laborer n anted to work on Railroad. Ae
ply it one o'clock, p. m.. at ti e ottic of t.i- st .
l.oii!" Irm Mountain and Sot.thcru KailHjv. No.
5.' Ohio Lexer
Notice i her -'.y irix.-n that ;'.. cnd.-fVi'Sed ad
nanis'.riitur of the -tti.. o.' (r -u B l'ark.-r, lu'e
of Alexander county. itc.-aed. xxil'. attend, t'-e
county court of ald'oui.!y. at It- Jui.e ovm. to I
be'.d m fhe co-.:rt Kou-e :n tlotitv of I'lifo. ot ti e
third Mnndir in Jute, !:'. to make final ;: .
niet.t of raid es'ite.
dtsAV t'. (.HE KNLEY.
JOHN I!. I'AhKEi:.
Adnilnltrator etate . 11. 1'arker. dcei-i1.
Notice 1 hereby gixi-n ta' the i::.d
m:n'"trtor ib'tumi tun, of tae ttute o!
Vx li. in. ... of Alexander (ae'My, decea-t.-nd
the cciinty court of m i iliunty. at
term, to be leilMU hi !,. ro;rt ll"U-e'. r)
I ir( ill: 111." O t.' V... ,!. ,.r .In.,..
r t - ..
purpose uf uak!r.i f i.al ttiermct of -a
Debetils toxe-tar.. o! Im.v..- M. W;;i. d
pXEC IToH S NOTIt'S.
r.-TATB or iiEMix KAt.i. u::.-:AKj
1 i.e und' r!:-neil. l.av;r.c ' .-, a appoint, d Ei i
. a:.'. li-Mam-M
if Oi'! count;
A.eXai.Ce-r. am! 'He of U.hnii. dec-j.-..
uereby sixea notb ti.-.l ahe will appear I--fore fie
county ueirt of A'e-iaiider toiintj, at the co-.rt
hone iti Cairo, at t.'.e July term', on the S-e, t.I
Monday In July to t. at which time u'd perot.
haxiui! claim a:.i.-! a;d rotate are tiotin-d and
reijuerted to attend lor the pur'-e of havitu' tue
atue adjunct! All r-iu itideMed to o:d t
tate are reiii-oted t make immediate pnuurt
to the v.tid. !!i:T.cd.
Dated thlo l'Uh die ( M-iv. A. D. ls;i.
CATHERINE MAYO. Eu-cutritr.
New, l''at and Klosjiint V;nenztr
ROBERT WE Ma-ter
(.. W. THOMPSON Cork
Will sell Bound Trip Ticket, from ( airo. Metro;,
oil. Puducali and Minililaiel. to Cincinnati ami r
turn, irood during tae month of Mav and June,
iincludlnc ataterootn ti. port) for Ten Dollar!
Cincinnati offer more attraction toviltors the',
two month than dirlte.' : 1 1 other of the year.
And xvi'iiluj to favor excurlon!tit, I make t!;l
lilieral reduction to any wishlna to make the round
trip. The North American Sa'tnjerfeat cninuoT.ce
June '.Hh: I.eiO'T Walluik. the (irynt Traj.-dnu; :
Madam Anderon. tie- ( hainplou . Walker; and
Paul liovtou, the xvorld-reuotxucd Swimmer, will
Tl:e Animal, in the ZooloL'tcnl (J.irden will lo
ll, their uinmer iuurter. Shilllto' irreat Dry
Ooo-is palace (the Bazaar of American Fashion-)
-will hme prlnir nnd toimmer epcri'iiiM until
Junel'itU. And with tin "Hill-ton IJesort," fre
to all. the Waria of America" will be recti when
THE "CAFF" CARRIES A FULL STRINO BAND
A cooil time I trnmled. Invito your Triced,
and Join tin In a trip.
I eitve Cairo, p. m.. Frid.iv May flth Monday
Mav '..M Friday, Jii'iu 1 1. Monday. June 3". Fri
ll a', J ill v Is. Your. Re.peett'nlly.
ROBERT V. WISE.
THE ANCHOR LINE.
For New Orleans.
CITY OF ALTON.
Friday, May iff. nt S p.m.
T. S. lalil"im V.Hter
Monday. May vi, a: 5 p.m.
FOR MEMPHIS AND VICKSRfRG.
CITY OF HELENA.
Tucliiy. May ill.
FOR ST. LOUIS.
John T, MeCmto
Timeduv, May 3D. at 10 p. m.
CHARLES P. CHOUTEAU,
U' tf ,l'n,.i,ii.KilN.
vx euueaiiuj , iuhv yi,
Ed Clray ;..","", .Mauler
' W eduesduy, Mavii!,
OKotum W. Lknnox.. ; Matcr
l'riday, May i:,
JNO. B. MAUDE.
W. n. ltluke Master
Hiitidny, May itt,
For iiU Information apply to Anchor Lino Offlco,
Cam. THOMAS W. SHIELDS, Supt.