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DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 28, 1882.
R FARING I
FOR THIRTY BAYS OTffLY!
Sacrifice of Our Iiiinieiise Stock of Snviiur and Smniuer CLOTHING
FiJKXlSMXG GOODS, Hats, Caps, 4c.
AT A.N D BELOW COST!
In order to make room for our Fall Goods. Don't miss the chance and get ;
llusiness Suit at very Low Figures. Our stock is full and-we must reduce it in
Thirty days. Look at the following prices in SUITS:
An All Wool Cassimere Suit, worth
For S 00
Scotch Cassimere Suit, worth
Something Eleguit, worth
An Extreme Fine Cassimere Suit, worth
4i Imnorted " "
Sat in Lined Suits, worth
mm r &
ii 111 ill lllla
Don't Miss the
In TP AT IS! nil
A (iood Gauze Undershirt for -'5c. A Good India Gauze Undershirt for 35c,
A Good (iauzamere Undershirt for 50c. A Fine India Gauze Undershirt for 70c.
A Good Dalbrigan Undei?Jiirl for 75c. A Fine LysleJhread Undershirt for 1.50
Fine Hosiery at my low (igures at
CHICAGO OKI) MUCK CLOTHING HOUSE
Corner Eighth Street and Commercial Avenue, CAIRO, ILLS.,
M. WEHNIn, Proprietor.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K. 11.
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Shortest and Quickest Koute
St. Louis and Ckimjro.
THE UKUL'LAIt CAIKU AM) 1AI)UCAU
i DAILY PACKhT.
Tho Onlv Ijino KtiiiTiinu:
Makino Diukct Connkotion
I'iuink I.ai Caiiki:
M:l r n m. MivM,
Arriving In Hi. Lniiiii 9'4h .m.; t'liltnco, ::vi p.m. ;
Ciiiinictini! al O'liu nuil Ktllnitittiit fur (Mnr.ln.
irtU, l,oiilivill(', IiidlHiiiipnii ikiid pdl n Ir- Kft
I 1:1(1 fi.m. fct. I.ohim Mini NrMU'ni
rnvlni! In HI, LoiiIh 7:u!) p. ui., mil coniio tliik!
l.,r all point" Wi'hU
4:UO p.m. l'iiHt K.xprK.
I-iii SI. LnuiN mill ChlcHKo, arrlvni at St. Louie
piMil p.m., anil Chlciiuo 7:'.n b m
1 p in.l 'Inoiniiiiti li'sprin.
rrt vl rif nl Clin'lniiiill 7:KI a m.; LoiiiKvilln 7: SO
ii in.; iiiliaiiitHill 4.im a.m. ru.Hi'iiiTrf hv
thin triiiti ri'itrli thu aliovii point lli lo 3iJ
IH)1!KS In inivmicu of any otliur roiitu.
-r,Thn 4:an p. m. Mipro ha PULLMAN
M l'.KI'INd I'AK Cairo to Cincinnati, without
dinni'i , mill through nhmpor to t. I.oiil uml
I':.st Timo K:ikI.
Ii . , hf Uila line othroiirh to Kl.
rasseiigcrs ;.r vnM withom ,,uy (iHy
r iuihikI hy Hnnilay IMervunlm'. TIih Hijtunlay afttir
noon train from Cairo arrlvt In ni'W Yo'k Monday
nornliitf ui. I"::i!. Thlriynix hoiiM lu advaiirool
nv ntlirr roulu.
I fKor llirouuh tlrknlH and further lrifornmlluu,
miiily al llllnoln C'onlral lullroail Dpnt, Cairo.
" J. II. ,l(NKH,Tlrkut Atcioit.
A. It 11 AN HON. Onn I'a.n. Atfont. Chlrat-n
IIEMiY K. TAYI.iiK M.iMrr
OKI). JDHKS t:k'rk
Li-ii'iH Pailurah fur t.'iro ilauy (SiiniUy exci'pt
4i i a in. air.l M'iuii'1 . My all p in. K'tilrn
. I. I'M Cairn at I p. m . M mi ad. City at 0 p. m .
QAIRO CITY FKRHY CO.
g rrLouis & oxnto n. n.
THAINS KL'N AS KOI.LOWB.
tI.priHH nml Mall Icavo. ('alro, cvnry day nxcopt
Sunday, at Idi'-Ti a. in. Arriv a I:;'!) p. m.
Accommodation arrive, at VIM . m. anil (lu
parta at I : M p. m.
jju. w. c. JOCVLYN,
OKKK'K Rtirtil.h Htrci-t, tinar Commrclal Av"iim
"jjuTF" W. VriTlTLOCK,,
urrim-No. IU Oomtnurcial Avuimu, hitwcun
itKhthand Ninth Stroou "
niKKE ifiSsafl states.
On t'.nd aft it Monday, Jiiiil 7th, ami until luithor
uollr.o tlu'fi'riyboHl will vinku Irlpa aa (olluwa:
MiTKt l.YXN tUlTM
Knot l'ourtu it, Mienuurl Land'K. Kunturky Ld g,
H:W a m.
1ii:on a. in.
!!:IK) p. in
4:(fi p. in.
2 p. m,
B:SO U. m.
4:m'I i mi,
!i a. m.
11 u. III.
5,lHi p. in.
rKoruiEToii of srnoAT'8 tatknt
ItKFkia EUAToii Oaks,
WholoKulo Uouloi' in lec.
ICE UY THE CAR LOAD Oil TON.WEII
pAfiKED FOR BHIITINO
Oar Ltoadfl a Special tv.
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Cor.Twell'Mi Street and Lewc,
W. K I.aviiiiiis, rtviir uditor ot .K is llitu.Tii
ami aliauiliDif i,tMH..l.r Bi nt, Ordur for all
kinds of ntvatulioat Jil ,rliitinK nilicitiMl. Oillcc
at Plant or llotul, No. 51 Ohio lovoii.
H'lAdKS OK TDK KIVKIt.
Tim rivir murkitd ly tin; (imytf Iiih ovi-d -in
at 4 (.'cl.K k Ht this port o? firt 5
ttlCll'-H llllil (itllillr,
I'itt.sur;;, Jun; 17 i p. in. Kivcr 4 feet
10 indies uml fiilliiu;.
Loiiisvill.., .In,,,. 271 p. in.-River !l
I'tet Hii'l I'lillin;;.
N'tHitvilk-, Jtiiii-T-4 p. m. River J firt
10 ineliw and tiilliiifr.
Ht. Louis, Juno 271 p. m. River !ifi fm.t
11 incliia and rihiti.
Charley Miller, tlm afliubln clii,:f Kcrilie
(f tin; iHlatinl htiiiiuer Mary llniibton,
wired us frmu Metnpliis, PKying tint the
ll'iiibton would anivo lure thit utoi n i t
Piib.seiiyerH goiuo; tip tint Ohio tun Hecuie
ticketu from W. F. Lanilidin, iiyent. Ollice
Ii Ohio level), Fur liili living, fiut tnv-
eliiif' and eli vi r nUinrrM, tin) Houston oc-
ctiiies the "Tel Shelf."'
Thu llududii leaves St. LoitH thin even
iny for Cairo, Puduciih and Sliawueutown.
''ajit. Clrifliih coinniandH, and W. F. Lamb-
din, Rjjnt, issues tickets at his olliee, 51
Ohio levee. Lookout for her to -morrow
evening at S o'clock.
I'lie Will Kyle, Ctpt. L'iw Ktites nia.stur,
is uuo to-day from Cincinnati for New
Orleans. Get tickets from W. F. Lamlxiin.
Tlie Gus Fowler is the regular packet
from I'aducah this uvenin''. Sbc leaves
hero CD her return at 5 p. m. She had a
laroo number of up streuiii passengers yes
We went to I'aducah Monday per steamer
Vint Sliinklii to v'nit a very wick brother,
whom we fear would not recover; and ow
ing to biiHincBH here was forced to return
yesterday, came down on the popular Gum
Fowler,. one of the best packets tint navi
gates thu Ohio river.
Capt. A. M. Hardy, editor of the Daily
Times at Paducah, iu the river column ol
his paper of the 27th inst., has an article
reading as follows: "The steamer Rein, a
Yazoo river belonging to thu Yazoo Oil
works, arrived hero yesterday and went on
the marine ways for ropiirs. S'ifl will be
thoroughly ovThatiled Htid calked. Capt.
I). C. White, an old time Ynzoo rivi r
Hteiitnboatttian, is in command. Capt.
Whits will bo domiciled at tho Richmond
while his craft remains on the ways."
From tho above article it would seem that
the Yazoo Oil works own the Y;iz io river.
Captain, ain't there soinelhiu crooked
abmit this Yazoo business? It has the ring
of Mminshine Whisky. However, you
know how it is yourself.
The Audy Rati in from McniphiB is due
here to morrow for Cincinnati. Lookout
for her at an early hour in the morning;,
and get your tickets from W. F. Lambdiii
The Fan nic Taluin is due here for St.
Louis this evening. Shu hails from I'a
ducah and the Cumberland river. J. 15.
Capt. Wright, freight agent here for the
Southern Transportation line, is working
up freight for thu Will Kyle, which lsdtm
to-day. It there is any freight going
south hy river the Capt. will secure his
share of it.
Yesterday was a very warm day and
business on the wharf only moderate.
The Sain Rrown from Pittsburg passed
down lor the lower Mississippi yesterday
with .1 heavy fleet of coal.
Friday, the 1'Olh inst., Charles Cuiteaii
will cross tho dark river, as we are not
agent for his transport can't give rates.
The Ste. Genevieve from St. Louis r.r
rived at 2 :'M last evening. She hud a fair
trip, added some freight here and de
parted for Memphis nt 7 p. m.
Who we saw on our visit to Pailticah
Monday, and what they were doing: Jim
Iiiowne, steamboat agent, a brother "Chip,"
was looking well mid seemed to be busy.
Jim Thompson, one of tho proprietors of
tho Daily News, was at hnnhpiarterH, with
his sleeves rolled up, and full id" business.
-Frank Didier who "tackled the World,"
is sticking typo on tho Times. Mnyor Reed
presided with his usual dignity Monday
night at tho council chamber, and his
twelve wise men dispatched business in a
hurry. Capt. Joe Fowler was looking line,
but was kicking about the hot weather.
Jim Winchester was supterintending his
new saloon on Rroad way. George Morgan
is on tho reportorial staff of tho Times.
Capt. A. M. Hardy, editor of tho Times,
was circulating around promiscuously talk
ing up Ida paper. Rilly mid Jimmy Lang,
compounders of pills, etc., were biu.y deal
ing out pizen. Sy. Lambdiu with S. II.
Clark was quite busy in trying to cvplain
to a customer how many liouos there was
in a four-pound Buffalo fish. Bob Wash
tho polite dispenser of spirits of Frumenti,
straight or crooked, was doing a land office
business. Hilly Reinbart was at his dad
dy's store selling a pretty girl a pair of No
1 shoes. Durso Dunn and Given Fowler
the polito wharfhoat clerks, were too busy
to givo us their attention.' More anon.
The Cily of Greenville is duo here from
Vicksburg this morning, and will leave for
St. Loins soon afler.
The elegant steamer City of Providenco
is dint to day from Ht. Louis, and goes to
Tho Cons. Millar from Cincinnati arrived
last evening at 7, and left for Memphis at
"Yellow Jack" ia reported asanunwel.
come giji ht of New Orleans.
Dit. Pi Kline's' 'Favorite Prescription" is
the dehilitiifed woman's best rsorativo
TIIU WRETCH HAZEL.
In the circuit court special term held
in Jotiesboro before Judge Browning
Moini.ry, the case of Samuel Hazel, held
for the murder of little Mollie Dulton, came
up for tiial. The indictment, which was
very incomplete, was quashed, tho prisoner
was remanded to jail and a venire issued
for a grand jury, returnable Tuesday at
Hon. W. II. Anderson, member of the
national board of health, and a prominent
citizen of Mobile, together with his wife
and daughter, arrivod t Tho llalliday, in
this city. ! ulht.
Reed Green, a oi judge V. II. Green,
in spending a few days at Metropolis. He
will be homo soon.
Judgo J. II. Mulkey and family will
spend the summer in Metropolis. They
will leave here next week.
Til E DEATH WAKIUNT.
Washington, June 20. Guiteau's death
warrant was signed by Clerk Meigs of
the criminal court this morning. The seal
of the court was attached and the docu
ment forwarded to Warden Crocker at the
The Star publishes the following:
Rev. Dr. Hicks, of tho Tabernacle, pro-
faced his sermon by asking the prayers oi
bis congregation for Charles J. Quiteau,
"who will, as I believe, be hauged Friday
next. Pray that his (Guiteau's) mind may
be spiritually and truly illumined; that
God may have mercy upon him."
The doctor 'added that he desired here
and now to enter his solemn and earnest
protest against tho bloodthirsty, vindictive,
fiendish Fpirit that seems to have taken pos
session id' so large a portion of the people
of the country. He denounced this almost
national clamor for Guiteau's blood as being
not only unchristian, bit' heathenish and
inhuman. It is murder under the cover
and protection of the law.
Guiteau said to Dr. Hicks: "Don't go to
President Arthur any more; let him come
to you. I have nothing moru to ask of him.
If he has irrevocably decided, I appeal to
a higher court. God will judge between
him and me."
Three suspicious looking persons were
at the jail last night. They were very
anxious to bo admitted.
Dr. G. P. Hiithaway, of Chicago, writes
Miis Chevallier, strongly approving her
efforts to secure a respite.
Reader, can you believe that the creator
iillbctsonc-tliinl of mankind with a disease
for which there is no remedy? Dr. R. V.
Pierce's "Golden Medical Discovery" has
cured hundreds of cases of consumption,
and men are living to-day healthy, robust
men - whom physicians pronounced incura
ble, because one lung was alxiout gone.
Send two stumps for Dr. Pierce's pamphlet
on Consumption and Kindred Affections.
Address World's Dispensary Medical As
sociation, Buffalo, N. Y.
TIIK A. 15. SAFFOJtD.
Dally pai'kid lift ween Cairo anil Moiind c'ty Cap
lain Ail tin 1 1 won
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" Mound City..
" Motnul City-,
.... :10 A. M
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rjllTK CITY NATIONAL BANK.
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il OHIO LKVKtt
A (ieneral Ranking bushier
Tiioa. w. iiajUjIDAV.
.TJTUKPKISK HAVINU BANK.
Of Cairo, .
INCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK.
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NEW YORK STOHK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIIO CITY.
GOODS SOLI) VERY CLOSE
O. O. PAT1EK & CO..
Cor. Nineteenth atreot I Puit'A Til
CoDimarclalAvennul IttlH', 111.
120 Broadway, New York,
of any Life Iiintirauue Company
IN Till WOULD.
it alonu UHUi'g
pttpulHtlnif that the contract of lnmrance "nhall
Lot bu dlaie.itfd" ttftor It la thruo yearn old,
and that Bin-b pollelii uliall lie
on receipt of nut lfur lory pi oof. of deiuh.
Its policy is clour uud coiiclau, and contains
NO ARDUOUS (UVWTIOXS.
N. B.-KKAII VOlilt I'ln.U'lKH. Coniparu ilia
tliorl and aiinplo form umul by llio Biiuilalilu with
thu loni; and obscnm contracts loaded down wl'.U
luchiilcalltlua tamiud by otliur coinatiiul
Its CASH RETURNS
to poller holder aru
N. II. Seo tho maiiy'lottcra from policy tioldun
ciprssslnu thuir Kratiilcatiou with llio rcturna from
tholrToNTiNi Haviniih Fund l'oi.ii'm.
Assets Securely Invested
Surplus Securely In vested, nearly
K. A. BUItNETT. Agent.
Office, corner Utb and Wa.hlugtou.
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