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Om.;At. PAPIROF CITY AND COUNTY
LOCAL WKATBIB REPORT.
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SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
llou. for one month, 80 cent per line.
A copy of Plain Facts, by KeUop;. Over
rA hnn.lref! conies sold in Cairo. Every
head of a family should have one. Apply
at tli is office.
Kooua for Bent.
Desirable lurnished rooms, one for sleep
ing '.aid two for bouse-keepintf.
Mrs. Stakbkry, Tenth st.
Tbe Great Triple X.
"XXX Beer," the finest malt produc
tion ever brought to this city, has juct been
received in large quantities by Mr. Louis
C. Herbert, near the corner of Eighth
Btrett and Commercial avenue. The
"tripple X" is superior to any other beer in
tlit. rmntrv. is a cool and healthy bcavera e,
which, once known, will be preferred to
everv other brand. Call at Mr. Herbert's
and try the "XXX."
Lost and Found Again.
At Avinger & Tharp's restaurant, Ohio
Levee, next City national uanK, dhkiujki
Lemonade, tbe most delicious of all sum
mer drinks, is served at all hours. Nothing
can compare with it. Try it; drink it,
cool, comforted and refreshed.
Millinery ! Millinery I
I am compelled to change my location
and, in view of that fact, am selling out
my fine stock of Hats, trimmed and un
trimmed, Notions, Flowers, Feathers and
Plumes, Jewelry and all goods in my line
at cost and many of these articles below
mm i a,!; mhn An not think T Imvti bar
gains for them should call and see.
Mrs. S. Williamson.
A eood. steady, honest boy to go in a
tin store and learn the trade. Apply to A.
Ten good men to work at driving piles,
etc., on foundation of bridge piers at Mon
roe, La. Waees $2 25 to 3 50. Free
transportation from Vicksburg to work,
Apply to M. Paxton & Co., Vicksburg.
ItooKns & Scully, Contractors.
A feather cleaning machine and a quan
tity of sheet music that has been left in
niy care will be sold for money due on
same. Cull on Mrs. L. J, Burns.
Second door from Bt. Patrick 8 church.
For Sale Cheap.
Twenty head of fine Texas ponies. En
quire at 0. M. Alden's commission store.
M. 0. Kmoht.
Use The Caibo Bulletin scratch books,
tor Bale at the office, 1200 No. 3 book
leaves to the dozen books. 10 cents each
or $1.00 per dozen.
Ice, Wholesale and Retail.
I am now prepared to sell ice by the car
load, or by the pound at prices beyond
competition. My wacons will run to all
pitrts of the city during summer, serving
ice to customers in quantities to suit.
Orders for car-load lotB will receive prompt
attention. My ice is Pure Lake Ice, from
the Kankakee Ice Co.,Kankakee, 111. Tel-
eplione o. 92. F. M. Wakd,
A good stock of paper, expressly for
Hektograph use, far sale at The Bulletin
- Use the Pantagraph Binder. Covers furn
ished free of charge. No extra charge
over ordinary oinJing Tor tlie tablets.
Furnished only by The Cairo Bulletin
for putting up Letter, Note, Bill Heads and
other printed stationery.
Maxt ralroads hare discarded the old
mane of scales, substituting the improved
Howe. Borden, Sellick fe Co, Agts., Chi
The very best family medicine is
Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills, which
cleanse the bowels, purify the blood, and
establish healthy action in the liver. (6).
- Bncklen'g Arnica Salve.
The best salve In the world for cuts.
trtter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and
all kinds of sxin eruptions. This .alve i.
guaranteed to give perfect astisfa tion in
very case or fconey refunded, price 25
cents per box. For sale by Geo. E. O'Hara
Canceb. No Knife. No Pain" No Sick
ncss. No Fearful Treatments. Trcntiin
rtrrd l Dr" KUne' 931 Arch
St, rhilada, Pa.
The Elixir of Life.
. That purely vegetable compound. Bun-
dock Blood Bitters, may be justly termed
tue Elliir or uie. a pleasant and effect
ive medicine; It imparts strength and vi
taliiyto the whole system. Price tl.00,
triui m, iu cents.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices tn these columns, wi lr ,In
each insertion. Marked
-Sm ke Schuh's '"Gilt Edge."
The river column on tbe third page of
this issue is of more than ordinary interest.
-Monday night at the Golden Grotto
Night Blooming Cerus will open.
Mr. J. Steltzerhaa removed bis jewelry
shop from Eighth street to his home.
The Illinois Central pay car was in the
city yesterday and OistriDUieu numey
among the company's employes Here.
Ice cream in five different flavors can
can be had at the parlor of Thil II. Saup's
Officer Warren Winn is having a cot
tage erected on the north side of Fifteenth
street, between Walnut and Cedar streets.
The front doors of the Arab engine
house, which were in rather bad condition
were repaired and rehung a day or two
See our great bargains in Gents', Ladies'
and Children's Underwear. We have a
good many left yet, notwithstanding the
large sales of last week. Stuart.
ti,m will hfltho usual sirviccs in the
IW-yterian church this morning, but
nore this evening because of the extreme
Rev.T. J. Shores gtve a barbecuo near
the corner of Eleventh and Cedar streets
esterday, which was largely attended by
the flock and others.
Check books, order books, receipt
books, etc., done on short notice at The
Bulletin office. Stock and work guar
anteed. Prices "rock bottom."
Cairo & St. Louis railroad was sold in
Springfield on the 15th instant to a combi
nation of the road's bond holders. Jay
Gould had no finger in the pie.
Tho slaughter sale of Summer Dry
Goods still continues at 8tuart'8 Reliable
Dry Goods House.
TW X.J. Hefts will nreach in tho
Baptist church, at the corner of Tenth and
Poplar streets this morning and evening at
the usual hours. An invitation is extended
The Night Blooming Cerus at tho
Golden Grotto in full bloom, on Monday
Dr. C.W. Dunning's residence at the
northwest corner of Ninth and Walnut
streets has been painted a beautiful canary
color with appropriate trimmings, the work
of B. F. Blake.
Cheap Toilet Soap for the millions,
don't fail to call at Hartman's Crockery
atnrn unit ox"' h'" '" aoor"Pil of
in liuuiu-b Ooap, three cakes in a box, 10
cents per box.
A quantity of rock has been placed
along the west side of Commercial avenue,
between Sixth and Seventh streets, which
will be used for the construction of
a permanent putter along that side of the
A man usmed J Blum was found
guilty of keeping a gambling house by a
Paducah jury on Friday and fined four
hundred and fifty dollars by the court.
That jury and court is worth a thousand a
day to Paducah and Cairo t)ught hire them
for just about six weeks.
Those who never saw, tho Night Bloom.
ing Cerus can see its beauties unfold in full
bloom Monday night, at Golden Grotto.
The contracts for filling all of railroad
street has been let and the work is progress
ing rapidly. More Bewer pipe has been or
dered and will be here in time to be used
whna the present supply gives out. It is
expected that the street will be finished be
fore cold weather sets in.
While the grand jury was in session at
the courthouse, a number of railroad and
steamboat men who happened te come into
town and stop at one or other of the hotels
in tho city would sign ficticious names
which may be considered positive proof ot
guilt in some form or other.
The Night Blooming Cerus from 8
until 12 Monday night, at tho Golden
The maximum temperature for six-
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teen Hours preceding wree o ciock p. m.,
yesterday, (Washington time) wero as fol
lows: Chattanooga, Tenn, 02; Cincinnati,
Ohio, ; Davenport, Iowa, 01 ; Dubuque,
Iowa, 88; Keokuk, lows, 04; LaCrossc,
Wis, 83; Leavenworth, Kas, 05; Louis
ville, Ky, 97; Memphis, Tcnn., 08; Nash
ville, Tenn, 06; Omaha, Neb., 00; Pitts
burg, Pa, 01; Shreveport, La, ; St.
Louis, Mo, 97; St. Paul, Minn, 83; Vicks-
burg, Miss, 01; North Platte, Neb, 08;
Bismarck, Dak.. 76; Dodge City, Kan, 90;
Yankton, Dak, 06.
. Go to Phil II. Saup's ice cream parlor
to-day for lemon, vanilla, strawberry, choc
olate or pine-apple ice cream.
Yesterday morning Marshal Myers
received a dispatch from Fulton, Ky, stat
ing that a negro bad entered a grocery and
jowclry store combined in that city and
stolen three watche,one sllvor and two gold.
Tlie marshal looked out for the man and was
rewarded for his vigilance and good judg
ment by espying his man on Commercial
avnue between Sixth and Seventh streeU.
The fellow was tolerably well dressed and
w""n with a younir colored iflrl.
The marshal arrwrtud tlief.tllnw .n.l m,,..i,.
him, fiuding the silver and one gold watch
CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, JULY
upon bis person, but the finest one is miss
ing. The fellow's name is Allen Barnes.
He was ironed and placed in the city jail
for safekeeping last night, but will be turn
ed over to the Kentucky officers to-day.
New Orleans Meade is the most deli
cious drink in the world. Go to Phil H.
Saup and try it.
Because Arthur is a Conkliug man, the
majority of the republican press think that
tho vice-president ot the United States is
only a fifth wheel in the government and
ought to bo dispensed with. Successful in
abolishing this office, they would next at
tempt to abolish the congress, in case that
were democratic; in fact, there is no telling
what would not he declared a fifth wheel if
It were not half-breed republican.
500 dozen of Ladies', Genta' and Chil
dren's Hosiery bought at a sacrifice. We
are closing them out rapidly at the lowest
prices ever seen for these Goods. Elegant
lino of embroidered Hose for 10c. per
pair and up. Stuart.
The adoption of an adjournment resolu
ion by the New, York assembly is import
ant chiefly as showing that the stalwarts
and democrats have hitched teams to defeat
an election of senators. It , cannot become
operative however, except by tho concur
rence otihe senate but this, being a half-
breed body, is by no means likely to agree.
It is not believed that enough stalwarts will
act with the democrats in tho threatened
policy of abstention in order to break the
quorun ; and is now seems a question of the
"staying qualities" of the half-breed. If the
latter stick closely together they may be
able to worry a victory out of the enemy.
-Phil Saup's New Orleans Mead, flavor
ed with chocolate or any other flavor, is the
pleasantest and most refreshing bcaverage
Myers and Brown, the New Madrid
murderers were' hung at that city Friday
forenoon, at 11:45 o'clock. About
thousand peoplo are said to have been
present to witness the execution. When
the inipoiant moment arrived, the pris
oners were lead to the scaflold, which they
mounted with steady steps. Brown made
a few remarks which he concluded wtih the
stereotyped phrase, that he would meet his
auditors in heaven, but Myer? maintained a
stolid silence throughout the cere
mony though the extreme pale
ncss of his countenance showed
inward agitation. When the trap tell, he
(Myers) drew up hib legs which led the
spectators to believe that his feet had
touched the ground, but his neck was
broken and he was pronounced dead in
Vinnilla, chocolate, lemon, strawberry
and pineapple ice cream at Phil II. Saup's
narlors tn-dftV. EnOUtrll to SUnolV the
Mr. L. Scantland, agent at this point
for Linn & Evans, of Chicago: Axline &
Marklcy, of Cincinnati, and Jacob SchonD
& Bro, of St. Louis, reports the crop of wa-1
termclons in Missouri tbu rear to be
about equal to that of last
year, although the acreage is fully double
what it was then. The reason of this is
that tho hail storm damaged tho vines con
siderably, cutting off many of the first blos
soms and small melons. Ye' shipments
have leen made much earlier ti.isyear than
last and in greater quantities, At about ten
different stations in Scott county, the ship
ments duringthu last week averaged twenty
car-loads per day at each ' station and the
price received for them at Bt.
Louis, Chicago and Cincinnati, ran
from one to three hundred
dollars per car; but the melon farmers have
been too hasty in pulling their fruit in or
der to get good prices and the result is
that many of the melons snt are still too
green for use, which has hid the effect of
scaring buyers and reducing prices.
Great bargains in Corsets! 20 doz
Corsets, nice goods, worth 50c, for 25c;
20 doz Comets, elegantly embroidered,
double steel, worth 75c, for 50c; 20 doz
Corscto, elegantly embroidered, double
Btecl, worth $1.00, for 75t. 8eo our 100
bone Corset, genuine bone, for 1.00; also
Warner Brother's Flexible Hip and Cross
Bone Hip, warranted not to break, at $1.00.
We also offer the new Caroline Corset, the
newest and latest improvement in the
Corset lino. An inspection of these goods
is certain to lead to a purchase. Stuart.
Slops exposed to a rain and allowed
to remain in the hot rays of the sun always
succeeding a raiu at this season, are not
only offensive but productive ot disease.
This simple fact should be borno in mind,
and it should not be Ibrgottcn by members
of tho board of health. Complaints of gar
barge unrcraoved still come in from some
quarters, and since the remedy is so easy
people certainly should not lie poisoned.
Tho slop contractor can remove all nuis
ancer of the kind complained of if he but
put horses ami wagons enough and men
enough at the work. If lie cannot do this
the board of health should havo no difficul
ty in finding one who can. The slop con
tract is a thing sought after eagerly, and
there is supposed to bo money in it.
J. H. Trailer, of whom The Bulletin
spoko some timo ago as Intending of estab
lish himself in the booc and shoo business
in this city, writes from Boston, under date
of tho liith Instant, that he has visited
Philadelphia, Rochester, N. Y.i and Lynn,
Mass, where he has placed orders for large
lot of hand-made boots and shoes for gentle
men, ladies and children. Being a man of
long . experience in the business in j
which be wishes to embark h
this city, tbe people of Cairo may rent
assured that when Mr. Trailer's stock ar
rives, they will be agreeably surprised at
its elegance, completeness and cheapness.
But besides the experience, Mr. Trailer has
also the capital and tho energy to establish
and maintain a business that will reflect
credit upon the community and himself,
and it will be his determination to meet
nil competitors in tho quality and prices of
his goods. He will have completed his
purchases and return to Cairo by about
the first of August and be ready to supply
the wants of the public by tbe first of Sep
STEAGALA BROTHER OPENED.
The opening of Steagala Brother's Baloon
ast night proved an immense success. It
was tne occasion oi a general remain
among tho boys. Hospitality and good
cheer prevailed everywhere, and we are
glad to be able to state that the efforts of
the young men to entertain their friends
were eminently successful. An elegant
unch remained spread throughoutthe even
ing and was heartily relished by all. As
an informal opening it took the cake so to
You misunderstood the intent of my no
tice in this mcrning's issue. Tho Comique
does not close as you state. It is my in
tention to select certain nights through the
week for concerts at tbe grove. This will
not, h' ver, cause a permanent suspension
of tlie theatre. Tho comrlany will be re
tained as usual. It will simply be alterna
ting between the grove and the Comique
just as the weather permits.
Next Tuesday ni.ht the grove will be
formally thrown open to the public. Good
music, abundance of refreshments, fire
works ind an attractive gymnastic display
will be among the features of the occacion
Cairo, July 15th, 1881.
Mrs. S. S. Torry is quite sick since Fri
Mrs. H. A. Hannon is rejourning with
friends in Olmsted, 111.
Miss Emma Lei and, niece of Mrs. G. M.
Alden, has gone to Ashland, 111., on a visit
Mr. H. C. Laughlin and wife came down
from Metropolis on the Gus Fowler the
Mrs. L. D. Bayley, of Hot Springs, Ark,
is in the city, visiting her sister, Mrs. II.
Captain C. A. Moore, of the City Nation
al bank, and his wife have gone to Mem
Mrs. George' Fisher is back from her
visit to Jndtre Vnrnm'- -.uUier and sisters
at Itev Ortud Chain,
Mr. Fred Smith went to Chicago yeater
day to accept a lucrative position in a tele
graph office in that city.
Mrs. Carrie E. Morris arrived in the city
last evening from Indianapolis and will
spend some time on a visit to the family of
Capt. W. P. Halliday.
Mr. John Henderson, who had been lying
very sick at his home in Kentucky for
some time, is nearly all right again, and
returned to Cairo, Friday.
Van Davidson was arrested by Officer
Olmsted for carrying concealed weapons.
Justice Robinson fined him twenty-five
dollars and costs.
Wm. Douglas, arrested by Officer Wims
for drunkenness, was fined one dollar and
costs by Magistrate Comings.
Ed. Collins was disorderly. Arrested by
Ofliccr Olmsted and fined five dollars and
costs by Magistrate Comings.
John Nash, drunk, arrested by officer
Mahany, fined one dollar and cost by
FROM OUR EXCHANGES.
Watermelons aro bringing $100 to $150
per car this week. Joe Bush, we learn,
shipped tho first car-load from this county,
lie sold nvecj-s at $107 each.
Quito a number of Cairo people passed
this place this week for Dixon Springs.
Among tho number we noticed E. A. Bur
nctt and wife, of The Bulletin, and Harry
Walker and family, of the Comique.
Hon. John A. Logan spent a couple of
days in Murphysboro this week. He came
down to look after his bore hole and also
in regard to the locating of the car shops of
tho Cairo and St. Louis Railroad at this
place. Tlie general left Tuesday for Cairo,
but before leaving ho expressed his deter
mination to put the bore hole at his shaft
down deeper. He still believes that coal
of a paying quantity will bo found at that
point and does not projioso to give up the
carch until ho feels satisfied to tho con
trary. Pulwkl I'ttrlot.
Tho signs of prosperity are now bright
for Cairo. During the past week tha Illi
nois Central railroad company purchased
the old Delmonico hotel, and will movo
their headquarters from Centralia as soon
ast he Cairo building Is nut in rcDair. The
The Dixie oil company purchased land upon
wmcn uiry will establish extensive cotton
I0W IS YOUE TIME.
For we are closing out
BUNTING FOR 10 CENTS,
Worth 20 cents.
Embroideries, Laces, White floods of all Kinds
At extremely Low Prices. Your attention is called to our special bargaing in an
ELEGANT LINE OF LAWNS.
Parasols at Cost. Silk
Worth $0.00. Call and bo convinced.
Our improvements are finished and we are now prepared to wait upon our custo-
mors without hinderance. We do not advertise repairs twelve times a year, to induce
customers to buy, and repair every century.
Mr. J. Burger is still in New York buying bargains and shipping as fast as possible.
Dry Goods buyers' attention is called to this
most every day.
seed oil works. The Singer sewing machine
company purchased tlie hub and spoke
factory property and a portion of the Ohic
river front, and will immediately commence
to build a large manufactory. This is an
exceedingly healthy condition of affairs for
our neighboring town, and much credit is
due to the Halliday Bros, for these, as well
as many other large enterprises lately put
on foot, all ot which have and will prove a
suet ess in every sense. The fact is the Hal
liday Bros, work hard to make a living and
if they only stick to it. they will make it.
For the Bulletin.
BY Mil. JACOB MARTIN.
Ob, btheleai mother, to Innefome to night,
AYou1fteu to lomiVweiVcrldU King,
Woirh hil often lull 4 your bbe to ilet-p
And I know when yoa lea ton, parent rock
Her tender child, on her nappy hrrat ;
That yaur aad tnouglju turn to the o ma bd,
Whan jour own wert nloftioma lie at rett.
Your home aeem Tacaut, and jrei ther are full
Of recollection, to pare itud fair.
That, wnerefer jroa turn jroar weary iitjut.
Soma tacred memory meeu It there.
Some picture, perbapa, that your darlingi kiourd,
Or finger prints on window or door;
Or pencil marks on the pare, white walls.
Which those baby-hands will deface no more.
Unfinished garmeata are hidden sway,
And oftkied ringlets of shining bairi;
And little worn shoes and books and toys,
And empty cradles and cabs and chairs.
For these are the algals which wring our hearts,
And make them tremble afresh with pain;
Aud break tis all down, when we hardest try
To pick up the threads ot life again,
And oh, the heart pangs, In the long, still night,
When in dreams youcUsp those precious forms;
Then wake to your loss, yel helpless search
Through darkm-ss and sllencs, your empty arms.
Despatr not, poor mothers, for life's not long,
When your hopes aud hearts are set shove;
Where yonr children wait for your mother song,
Whero at last they'll enjoy your mother loie.
C'imo, July 141.
Oil and Music.
Prof. I'.d. Hoist, is one of tho leading
professors of music in Chicago. In a re
cent interview lie stated : For the last two
years I have suffered intensely with sore
throat and neuralgia, which from time ren
dered me unfit to attend to ray scholars
and composition; but I am now, thanks to
that admirable remeby, St. Jacobs Oil,
perfectly cured, and can cheerfully recom
mend it to all who are similarly afflicted.
FOURTH OF JULY REPORT.
The following is a statement of the re
ceipts and expenditures of the recent Fourth
of July celebration given by the fire de
partment and Mystic Krow of this city:
Receipt's of beer stand 854 55
dance 205 00
stands & swings 250 00
races 175 25
subscription 509 50
advertising pamphlet. 84 00
Total $2,o?8 30
Total expenses i,928 23
Net profit $ 450 07
Which gives each organization $75.01.
A Talented Lady's Views.
Mrs. C. F. Fleming, State Lecturer of
Missouri, and also an artist of rare merit,
whose picture of Adelaide Neilson is pro
nounced, by the press to bo the most beau
tiful portrait in tho United States, in a re
cent letter said : "I havo been troubled
with kidney disease since my childhood,
and it Anally culminated in chronic catarrh
of the bladder. It would bo impossible
tor mo to describe how much I ha J suf
fered, and I had abandonod all hope of
over being cured. I was, however, recom
mondod to try Warner's Safe Kidney and
Liver Cure, and it has done me more good
than tho combined skill of all the physi
cians I have ever tried during my entire
life." Such testimony is Iwyond question,
and proves the value to all ladies of tho
remedy it advocates.
a fine line ot all colors
Umbrellas luv SXAO
fact. Call daily. We receive goods al
124 Commercial Avenue.
THE GEM OIL STOVE.
Thla Stove needs no eommi-ntine opon as H Is
without doubt the Inest Oil ti'.ove in tbemarket
The manufacturers have sold over
Glass Fruit Jars
and Jellv Glasses
Pocket and Table Cutlery,
Botrher Knives of the well known manufsrtorea
Gen. Wilson aud Joe Kodeers. A full assortment
of Tinware at rednced prices. Also ItRht single
and doable Uagzy Harm-so
DANIEL HART MAX.
A COOKING STuVK for sale, with two Iron pots
two bake pans and twa griddles; will b sold
for ten dollars. Apply at Bulletin office.
ALL persons who have so far failed to pay atten
tion to the notices given them to pay their
street taxes, are requested to do so Immediately or
legal stcpa will bo taken airlnt them.
TltABEIt AHTKIt, Collector.
JJEPOKT OF THE EXPENDITURES
DISTRICT MO. 1. ALEXANDBU COUNTY.
ron thi tiaii Npwn mxt :, mi.
Teachers' salaries s a ovn m
Janitors' salaries . . ' $o Z
Hcrubhlng schoolrooms and washing
towels l in tti
Repairing c'stern l
Carpentering and material for rot alrlnii
rtepairjng brick work of high school.'"'.'!!
Ken at ring cunalonnd roof of i.u.h ., h.i
110 l' i
Cleaning privy vaults
1'aintlng high school building
Ular.lng and slating blackboards !
Keatlier dusters, Ink, blueetono, etc.,,....., so tit
rriuung programmes, ccrtinrates, etc
Koran baskets, etc..
Charts and crayons ,
Door mats and towel linen . .
Freight and drayige
Htoves and hardware..
Clerk a salary
Total $io,iis a
PUl'lUa-NlloU.RDI'OBTIIB T IAR 1881.
M2; Femalo. BOH: Total. l.l:u.
daily attendance during year, tfci.
IAtUH A. UULUtsTINB, Buc'y P. T
JOTICB TO CONTRACTOR'S.
Owici or Cmr Cliiik, , Cairo. III., July lmh.llWI.
ji ".. r X .. " receivea at tnis oilica,
directed to the elly council, until 5 o'clock -p. tt.
Wednesday, Julvimh. for furnishing all necessary
material and doing the work of sinking drive) wsfl
and mrnlshlng a good substantial pump or the
best make for the mme. Hids to bo al ifo much per
fool, and sutlug clue of pipe and make of pump to
tip used; said work to be done under the super
vision or the committee ou streets.
D.J. I'OLJKY.Clty CUrk.