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Tin: DAILY BULLETIN
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CAIRO tVINCENNESR. B.
Mail Ex.... 8:00a.mMallA Ex.... 9:311 p.m
Daily except Sunday. t Dally.
GENERAL DELIVERY open :) a.m.! chwei
:3i)p.m.; Sunday: 8 to a. m.
Money Order Department open at 8 a. m.; cloaca
I . ft m
TbrouRh Exprcaa Matla via Illinois Central 8:40
Mi.-u.lnnl Central Railroad cloae at 9 p. m.
Cairo and Poplar Bluff Through and Way Mall
Cloven ai i p. ui.
. . riii.ni. n.n(Ml Palm nri Vln
way aiHii ti milium - - .--
cennea and Miaa.aalppl Central Hallroada cloae at
VAb p. 01. '
Way Mall tor Narrow Gauge Railroad cloaca at
8 :au . m.
Cairo and Bvanavllle River Route cloae at 8:30
p. ni. daliy (except Friday).
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Noticflf In thin column, eight ccnta per lino for
firnt and live centa per Una each aubaequent inter
Hon. For one month, 50 centa per lino.
A. social party will be given at the resi
dence of Mrs. Hays, on corner Commercial
avenue ami Thirty-fourth street, Thursday
night, June Oth. All are respectfully invi
ted. Admittance, 50 cents.
Restaurant for Sale.
For salo cheap, furniture and fixtures in
the Silver Moon Restaurant, in Paducah,
Ky. This is the only exclusive restaurant in
the place, and all tho business you can do;
reason, sickness. Correspond by letter.
A largo pleasant front room furnished.
Enquire of Mns. Dr. Habeas,
Corner Fourteenth street and Washing
Pasture ! Pasture!
A limited number of horses can be fur
nished with good pasture on my farm, near
Mounds; good water, good shade, good
grass and good fences; terms liberal. Ap
ply, at stone depot, to me, or M. P. Walsh,
jr. J. JOUN80N.
Notice of Dissolution.
Thn nartnurahln heretotorc. ex'iBtinjr bo'
tween John G. Barnard and John T. Ren
inn. un.W the btvle of Barnard & Rcnnic,
is this day dissolved by mutual consent.
John T. Kennio is to pay an ueots 01 me
said firm, and is authorized to collect an
accounts due to said firm.
J. G. Barnard.
John T. Rennie.
Cairo, III., May 25, 1891.
Choice Northern Butter.
One hundred small tubs of choice North
ern Butter, put up expressly for family
use, for sale cheap, at Q. M. Alden'b,'
78 Ohio Levee.
Ice, Wholesale and Retail.
I am now prepared to sell ice by the car
load, or by tho pound at prices beyond
competition. My wagous will run to all
parts of tho city during summer, serving
ice to customers in quantities to suit.
Orders for car-load lots will receive prompt
attention. My ice is Pure Lake Ice, from
the Kankakee Ice Co.,Kankakee, 111. Tel
ephone No. 03. F. M. Waiid.
During the summer season I will run an
ice wagon to all parts of the city and will
insuro prompt delivery of pure lake ice to
customers, in quantities large or small, to
buu. Leave orders at C. W. Wheeler s wood
yard, on Tenth street.
Geo. W. Spence.
Having made extensive improvements in
the Planters House and being now thor
oughly prepared to accommodate any num
her of day boarders, we would respecttully
solicit a sharo of Cairo's patronago in this
line. Our accommodations are equal in
every respect to those ot any hotel in tho
state and, as to rates, we are ready to com
pete with any one in the city.
Bono & Gazzola.
Over 105,000 Howe Scales have been
sold. Send for Cataloguo to Borden, Set
leek & Co., General Agents, Chicago, Ills,
Use the Pantagraph Binder. Covers furn
ished free of charge. No extra chargo'
over ordinary binding for tho tablets.
Furnished only by The Caiko Bulletin
for putting up Letter, Note, Bill Heads and
other printed stationery.
Use Tub Caiho Bulletin scratch books,
tor sale at the office, 1200 No. 8 book
leave to the dozen books. 10 cents each
or 1.00 pur do-.en.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
The best salve ln 18 worM for t
..u.ovo, u.nv.a, ,8.11 nieum, lever sores,
cttor, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and
all kinds of skin eruptions. Tins brIvo is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in
very case or money refunded, Trice, 25
cents per box. For sale by Geo. E. O'Haua
Mrs. A. N. Frank, i77 Wost iTupper
street, Buffalo, N. Y., says she has used
TlioniaV Kder.tric Oil for Bovcro toothache
and neuralgia, and considers it tho best
thing she knows of for relieving pain. Paul
u. Bcuuh, Agent.
A good stock of paper, expressly for
He ktograph use, for sale at The Bulletin
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In theae eoinmni, ten conU per line,
each luaertlon. Marked
Smoke Schuh's "Gilt Edge."
-Mr. John Poore is at work repairing
two cottages on Fourteenth street.
Ice cream sociable at Temperance hall
next Tuosday night.
The Ladies' Aid society of tho Metho
dist church will meet this afternoon.
Mr. James Summerwell is building a
new foundation under the residence ot Mr.
Handcomp on Poplar street.
Work on tho new plank side walk
around the northeast corner of Fourteenth
and Cedar streets has at last begun.
All but two thousand five hundred of
tho street railway stock has been taken and
Col. Lewis expects to commence work on
his line in about ten days.
-Sociable by tho W. C. T. U., Tuesday
night, ico cream and etcetras.
George Marrian, the lad who was seri
ously injured by a Cairo and Viucennes
railroad engine las Saturday night, died at
his home Sunday morning.
Justice J. n. Robinson has made an
improvement in his court room by having
a new desk put up. It adds to the digni
fied appearance of the room.
The colored Odd Fellows of tho city
will have an excursion on the Cairo & Vin-
cenne8 railroad to-day to Breeden Springs.
The train starts early this morning.
Just received and lor sale by Wm.
Lonergan, 200 barrels of cement.
It was a religious man who innocently
said on Commercial avenue Sunday : "I
must get rao a copy ot the New Testament ;
I hear the revisers have knocked hell out
Mr. II. J. Deal, of Charleston, has tho
contract for building the Cairo and Texar
kaha railroad between this city and New
Madrid a distance of thirty-seven miles.
He expects to have it completed by Sep
The county court was in session yester
day, but did not transact very much busi
ness. A number of claims were allowed,
but there were no orders issued because the
fund has been exhausted. The board has
now adjourned until the next regular meet
ing. Ice cream, cake, berries and an even
ing's enjoyment for all at Temperance hall,
Sunday's excursion to Columbus, Ky.,
on the steamer Three States furnished
much real enjoyment lor a large number f
Cairo people. The trip was throughout
characterized by all the pleasure that t
gentlemanly managers and a kindly dis
posed weather cock could render.
The Vienna Times says: "Mr. Stout,
of Cairo, the builder of Simpson's new
brick has completed the work and gone
home. It only required three weeks for
them to complete the work. Three men
and a boy did the brick work, and they did
several other jobs while they were waiting
for some carpenter work to be done."
At the county Sunday school conven
tion to bo held in this city soon the exer
cises promise to be of the greatest interest.
One of tho features will be. a series
of discourses by Miss Lucy
Rider, of Lebanon, Ills., known to be one
of tho best primary teachers in the state.
Her discussions of topics that have special
reference to the Sunday schools have gain
ed for her an enviable reputation,
The Illinois game law provides for the
killing of bucks, doe or fawn and turkeys
from September 1st to January 15th; pin
nated grouso or prairie chickens, August
15th to December 1st; ruffled grouso or
quail, October 1st to January 1st; water
fowls, August 15th to May 1st; woodcock,
July 5th to January 1st. Five days arc al
lowed for tho selling of game after the ex
piration of the timo allowed for killing.
As no apportionment bill was passed
an extra BesBion of the legislature will havo
to be called. This is because tho rads
will fight over tho spoils. Tho same spirit
manitcsts itself in all parts of the country.
Tho Mahone fight in the United States sen
ate, tho Conkling fight in New York, and
tho squabble of the little rads in the Illinois
general assembly. All for office. iNothing
for pri nciple or good sense, or honesty.
The locust is abroad in the land, and
the air is vocal with his music; the forests
present a curious appearance, the leaves
being nearly covered on the undor side by
tho shells that have beon shed, and the
noise is continuous and somewhat annoy
ing. Tho pests have as yet done no dam
ago, and wo are not certain that they will
unless it is to sting the trees and fruit
Their cry is peculiar and by aid of the
imagination can easily be construed into
A portion of tho merchandise stolen
from tho Btoro ot Mr. C. A. Marchildon, at
Santa Fo, as stated in Tub Bulletin
of Sunday, has been recovered.
A .fisherman named Allen, living
on an island not far away from Mr. Mar
chilrion'k place, noticed an unusual erup
tion on the bank of tho island in a certain
I'laco. It seemed to him as though thoro
had been & burial of somo kind and ho
made an investigation. Ho had not dug
very far before he discovered that, not a
corpse, but a large and varied quantity of
merchandise had Imnn 1u:.wi ti,.,. .11 ,.r
. ..uiiiui, tiiuiu, n 1 1 mi
which ho dug up and then notified
OAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY. MORNING, JUNE
Judgo Marchildon of his discovery. It
proved to bo about three hundred dollars
worth of tho stolen goods, the thieves took
the balance with them. It is
likely that they feared tho
danger of discovery if they had too
largo a load and that they thus temporily
disposed ot the greater portion of the
goods intending to call for them some
There being now pending in the war
department great numbers of voluntoei
pension claims which cannot be satisfacto
rily verified for want of information which
missing records of discontinued volunteer
commands would afford, and it having
transpired in many instances that officers of
tho lato volunteer forces havo still in their
possession or under their control books and
records pertaining to their corps, divisions,
brigades, rogiments and companies, their
attention is called to tho fact that all such
books and records should be deposited with,
and they are earnestly requestod to cause
the same to be forwarded without delay to
the adjutant general of the army, at Wash
ington, district of Columbia.
June tho pleasantest of all tho twelve
the month of roses, and one most wel
come, is here. To live in the month ot
Juno is a delight, and to have been Bpared
to see this beautiful season again, clothed
in infinite loveliness and radiant with
boundless activeness and the most replcnd-
ent touches of nature, who is her own arch
itect and artist, is a blessing that deserves
special recognition. A perpetual Juno
might not make a paradisp of our surround
ings, but thirty days in a year of the con
ditions that this month brings, afford
about as blissful a state of existence as we
can imagino on this earth, and there are
many who would come down handsomely
to huvo as benignant provision for their
happiness assured on the other shore.
Here is the meteorological bill of fare
offered by Yen nor, the Canuck weather man.
He 6ays : "June is likely to prove very
warm, even hot and dry up to the 10th or
12th days. Beyond these dates cool and
showery weather is probable up to the 20th,
and frosts are likely to be experienced pret
ty generally both in Canada and northern
states. A snow fall is not improbable in
mountainous regions. The neighborhood
of the 22nd and 23rd days look, in the dis
tance, particularly cool and frosty, while
the 24th to 2Gth dates, on the contrary,
smack of heat in many sections of the coun
try. The neighborhood of the 29th is like
ly to prove stormy in western Ontario
and western United States, the storm be
ing, in all probability, accompanied by
lightning and hail. The month will end
hot, in most parts, with tlueatening weath
er. On Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs
day of next week, there will be a temper
ance convention at Vandalia at which del
egates from all the temperance organiza
tions in the fifteenth, sixteenth, seventeenth,
eighteenth and ninteenth districts will be
in attendance. The exercises which will
coHsist chiefly of discourses upon the sub
ject of temperance and others kindred to
it, promise to be of extraordinary interest,
as persons whose ability to treat these sub
jects is well known, will be present and
take an active part in the meeting. Mrs.
L. J. Rittenhouse, the vice president ot the
alliance of this, the eighteenth district, will
bo there and submit a paper upon the sub
ject of "Temperance Literoture." The
delegates from the Woman's Christian Tem
perance Union of this city are Mrs. G. M.
Alden and Mrs. M. Easterday, and the
Young People's Temperance club will be
represented by Miss Jennie Wilson.
News from Germany indicates that
never since 1848 have affairs been in so
strained a state. The situation is a very
exciting one! Aa election is impending,
and the liberals are preparing the defeat of
Bismarck, whose methods have alienated
nearly all his trusty friends. He has lately
suffered defeat after defeat even in this
most obliging parliament, while all the
elections which have taken place for some
months past to fill vacancies havo been
carried by the progressists. The liberal pa
pers are reprinting Macaulay's opinion of
William Pitt, that he was, during the last
years of his official life, of unsound mind.
Macaulay describes Pitt's haughty way, and
laments that ho had not a single warm
friend or admirer when ho died. Tho Ger
man reader makes the application to Bis
marck, without specific mention of his name.
Not only is Bismarck a stumbling block to
tho liberals, but the emperor, although
personally well bolnved, is regarded as a
aoriouB obstacle to tho national advance
ment, and the ascension of the crown prince
is fervently hoped for. Excitement in all
circles regarding tho political situation is
Messrs. Winter & Bro., Druggists,
Philadelphia, Pa so we see bvn Phila. ex
change, tell it that a customer of theirs
paid lie would not take one thousand dollars
for the remainder of his bottle of St. Jacobs
Oil if ho could not get another. This
Elixir ViTt for Women. Mrs. Lydia
E. Pinkham 233 Western Avenue, Lynn,
Mass., has made the discovery! Her Veg
etable Compound is a positive cure for fe
male complaints. A lino addressed to this
lady will elicit all necessary information.
Cheerfulness, courago, and groat ac
tivity of intellect; aro engendered by Fel
low's Syrup of Hypophosphites, and its ca
pacity ot imparting power of endurance to
the brain and nervous syBtera, is shown in
lnP,r?rmy f UHtnln5uK Persons through
Tn E RECENT STORM.
WITH WHAT itKFECT IT ItAOED AT DONOOLA
AND VICINI'i? IS TOLD BY "OLD TRIM."
On Tuesday evening, the 2d instant, a
very destructive hail storm passed over tho
country, three miles west of Dongola, cut
ting everything1 of the vegetable kind, liter
ally to pieces. Tho track of the storm was
about one mile in width, totally destroying
all the growing wheat in its path,and ham
mering tho corn crop so badly that, it is
doubtful if it ever revives. Gardens were
ruined. The storm gathered up a little
south of Joncsboro and passed south, a lit
tle east ot Mill creek. So destructive a
storm of hail never visited this region bo
fore. Hundreds of acres ot wheat de
stroyed. BROKE JAIL.
Night before last thrco prisoners of the
Union county jail at Jonesboro succeeded
in breaking their way out and escaping!
They were Robert Halladay, committed for
forgery; Frank Adams, a horso thief; and
John Wallace, an accessory to an attempt
to kill. They accomplished their escape by
Bawing a hole through the ceiling of their
cell with tools which had been smuggled to
bheriff Rcndlcman of Union county has
taken steps toward -the recapture of tho
fugitives. He was in this city yesterday,
and has notified tho officers of other cities
and towns, besides scattering all over the
country postal cards discriptive of the men
he is searching for. The following is a
copy of one of the cards :
EIGIITY DOLLARS REWARD HROKE JAIL.
Jo.NEsisouo, Ills., June 6th, 1881.
Robert Halladay, forgery, about 25 years
old, 5 feet 8 inches high, weight 150 pounds,
square built, very round full face, blue eyes,
light hair and very fair complexion, with
moustache. $50.00 will be paid for his ar
Frank Adams, horse thief, about 23 years
old, weight 130 pounds, spare built, auburn
hair, blue eyes, thin face, light moustache,
wears No. 7 new brogan shoes. 120.00 for
John Wallace, accessory to assault to
murder, 19 or 20 years old, very spare
built, weight 125 pounds, smooth face;
and all very much bleached from confine
mentinjail. I cannot give a perfect de
scription of this man. $10.00 for his ap
prehension Henry Kendleman,
Sheriff Union County.
YESTERDAY'S RECORD IN THE CIRCUIT CLERK'S
Elsey Grahams and wife, to John Wil
liams; quit claim deed, dated September
29th, 1880, for north west fractional quar
ter of south west, of section thirty-one,
township fifteen, range two. Considera
tion three hundred dollars.
Lena Schuh, to Harry W. Schuh; special
warranty deed, dated May 23rd, 1881, for
north east half of lot numbered thirty-four,
and lot numbered thirty-five in block num
bered fifty-four, in the city of Cairo. Con
sideration ono dollar.
Charles Egington and wife to T. W. and
M. M. Thompson; Quit claim deed,
dated May 17th, 1881, for east halt and
west half ot northeast and northwest of sec
tion numbered seventeen, township num
bered fourteen, range numbered one. Con
sideration one dollar.
One drunk and one disorderly was also
disposed of in tho usual way by Justice
Officers Wims and Tyler arrested Thom
as Hall for disorderly conduct. Ho was
tried by Magistrate Comings and fined ten
dollars and costs.
Marshal L. II. Meyers arrested W. D.
Hughes yesterday for having allowed him
self to become alcoholed. ne was taken be
fore Magistrate Comings for trial an d fined
one dollar and costs.
A woman named Letilia Green was guil
ty of disorderly conduct and using abusive
language yesterday. Sho was arrested by
Officer Tyler and fined five dollars and
costs by Magistrate Coinings.
' In Magistrate Coming's court yesterday
Davis Burke was tried upon tho charge of
being disorderly and profane. Ho plead
guilty to chargo and was fined ten dollars
and costs. Officer Wims made tho arrest.
John Connors was detected by Jailor Has
Martin yesterday in the act of communicat
ing with Thomas Lynch, the desperado,
who is serving out a term ot a month or
more in tho city jail. Conners was arrested
and will be tried for the offence.
Yesterday morning two men-employes
Of tho Bteamer Champion, namod respec
tively John McFinnell and Joseph King
quarrelled and fought at tho corner of
Eighth Btreet and Ohio levee, but before
they had damaged each other very much
they were taken in charge by tho officers.
Upon a warrant sworn out by Mr. John
Hardin who occupies somo land in tho up
per part of this county, two men namod
Jessie Per McElvoy and Jack Williamson,
were tried by Justice J. II. Robinson yestor'
day. The charge against the mon wasassault
with intent to kill. They woro both found
guilty of the 'charge and placod under a
bond of fivo hundrod dollars each tor thoir
appearance in tho circuit court. It is like
ly that thoy will enjoy their liberty until
circuit court conveues by procuring tho
190 Commercial Ave. between Eleventh and Twelfth Streets,
Is very busy making
Now is the time to give him your orders to get work well
and promptly done.
ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE REPAIRING DONE
neatly and satisfactorily.
GIVE II I M A CALL.
A. BLACK'S Shoe Store,
ON COMMERCIAL AVENUE, BETWEEN EIGHTH AND NINTH STREETS
Largest Shoe House in Southern Illinois.
Ladies' Buttoned Shoes, Goat or Kid, per pair ,o
Ladies' Philadelphia Make, worked buttonholes, per pair t 75
Ladies', Misses' and Children's Serjre Shoes, per pair 50
Ladies' Kid or Goat Newport Ties, Kid Lined, per pair 1 00
Children's Solo Leather Tips, Buttoneil, rr pair , . . . . 1 25
Ladies' Cloth Top Buttoned Shoes, per pair 1
Children's Slippers, any style, per pair
Ladies' Kid Opera Slippers, per pair . , -
Fino Goods in Proportion.
Mr. nisey Woodward accompanied Mr.
John Fry to Hot Springs a day or two ago.
Mr. N. W. Hacker, of tho express com
pany, wect to Chicago on business yester
day. Mr. J. II. Mctcalt, having disposed of his
business will now live a life of ease for a
The families of Mr. I. N. Smith and
Judgo G. E. Olmsted have gone to Critten
den Springs to spend the warm months.
Mr. Charles Frank, for a long time bar
keeper for Mr. John Gates, has taken a po
sition behind the bar of Mr. Joseph
Rev. Whitaker, of the Methodist church,
has gone away for a week or a month to
regain his health, which has been bad for
Hon. John A. Logan has returned home
to Murphysboro from the national capitol,
leaving Conkling to fight his battle single
Rev. B, Y. George cither went yesterday
or goes to-day to Flora, III., to attend an
adjourned meeting of the Presbytery. He
will return about Thursday.
Mrs. James and Mr. Lemon, sister and
fattier of Mrs. E. A. Burnett, who have
-been hero for several days on a visit, left on
the steamer Helena yesterday.
Mr. Wm. M. Hulen, of Sandusky; J
James I). Whittaker, of Elco; H. F.Put
nam, of Elco, were in town yesterday. They
attended the meeting at the court house.
County Commissioners Samuel Briley
and J. A. M. Gibbs, the latter from Elco,
and the former from Thebes, wero in the
city yesterday to attend the commissioner's
A dispatch received here yesterday from
Mr. John Reese states that ho arrived sate
and feeling well at Antwerp, having mado
tho trip from New York in an unusually
short space of time.
Mr. Oeorgo S. McGrew, agent for Messrs.
Barnard & Co., stationers, at St. Louis, was
in tho city yesterday. He is somewhat
noted for the original humor in his man
ner of advertising himself on postal cards.
Rumor has it that Mr. Hibbard, gcncrtl
contractor of tho Cairo and Texarkana rail
road, whoso residence is at present in New
York city, will, at no distant day, remove
to this city with his tamily and make it his
In a letter to her husband hero
Mrs. A. Marx states that Bho ar
rived at Brchmen entirely safe
and in perfect health. Sho says, however,
that on tho ship sho was unwell nearly all
the time and ate only on e meal at table du-
ing tho entire voyago. After several days
out, tho wreck of a sailing vessel I was
slghtod, but being examined moro closely
it was found to bo devoid of human lifo.
Mrs. Marx was out at sea seventeen da ys.
Many people havo lost their interest in
politics and in amusomonts because they
uro so out of sorts and run down that they
cannot enjoy anything. If such persons
would only bo wise enough to try that
colebratod romody Kidney-Wort and ex
perience its touio and renovating effects
thoy would soon bo hurrahing with the
loudest In either dry or liquid form it is a
Krfeot remody for torpid livor, kidneys or
wels. Kxohango. "
If voo have pimples, boils, salt rheum,
rough skin, &o., take "Llndsoy's Blood
Searcher." Sold by all druggists.
A COOKING STOVE for tale, with twolron pota
two baka pana and tw gn.Mlw : will bu aold
for teu dollar. Apply at Bulletin ofllce.
FnAI'JI,At b,r"ln a Itood bnitey and
1 aaddle home; ali-oa if.Mid tup hiiffcynuf, har
neM MidontntrompMo. Kor further particular
Inquire at my rtlfl-nre on ro Mrect. third dr
a.t of hiKli actiool buildluir
WALTE K Vi'A KDKH.
Thursday Evening June !Mli
THE CHOIR OF THE
AmI. tod by other alngtra of the city will give an
After the concert
Refreshments will be served in the
Lecture Room. '
CMtlxen are raque.ted to notify Ihe ondprflprrd
or all nultancai'ii.tlni; In their nrluhl.orbo.dii,
Jh name of ownir, aurnt or occupant of the pn m
lc on which the nill.atiCF axipta. naturs of i.ul
anc. location, and any Information that will aid
iuupirviDirlt. aud prompt attention will he
iCtvvu in auppruanliiK It.
J. B. I'niLLIS, Health Officer.
YOCUM & BRODERICK,
STAPLE and FANCY
Washington Avenue, Cor.
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NEW YORK STORJfi,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PATIEH & CO.,
Cor. Nlnotoonth Blreot ) rtni... Til
Commercial Avunue UU10, lilt
Dr. Bull's Cough Sjrnp
Sold by BARCLAY BROTHERS.
Lariro Stork. Frnsli flnn.k
Just Received. Prices Lower
thauever. BARCLAY BROS.