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DAILY CAIRO .BULLETIN.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS, THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 21). 1882.
Natural Fruit Flavors,
Sucrilice of Our Iminfeise Steele of Spring and Summer CLOTHING
FURNISHING GOODS, Hals, Caps, 4c,
A.T AND BELOW COST!
Iii order to mike room for our Fall Goods. Don't miss the chance and get a Nobby or
Business Suit at very Low Figures. Our stock is full and we must reduce it in the next
Thirty days. Look at the following prices in SUITS:
For 8 r 00
A Verv Fine
ill! IIS AT
A (iood Gauze Undershirt for
A Good Gauzamere Undershirt
A Good lialbrigau Uude:. shirt
CHICAGO ONE PRICE CLOTIIIXG HOUSE
Corner Eighth Street and Commercial Avenue, CAIRO, ILLS.,
M. WEHNER, Proprietor.
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bail. Hand 10 a. m.i Vcpora! p. m-i.f"d.?'0
i p. m. anrvlcea ovury day at Ham. Hev. M.wtHriwti
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Wall Il;03 a.m. I Mall m..8:W
jxprona. H:tn a.m. Kxprtiw ..i:au P.m'
All Wool Cassimero Suit, worth
" l Scotch Cassimere Suit,
Something Elegant, worth
An Extreme Fine Cassimere Suit,
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Satin Lined Suits, worth
Dou't Miss the
A (iooil India
A Fine India Gauze Undershirt tor 75c.
A Fine Lvsle Thread Undershirt for $1.50
Fine Hosiery at very low figures at
LLIN01S CENTRAL R. R.
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Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Oilv Ijino Jtunuinu;
Making Diukct Connkotion
riuiNB ttAit Caiko:
:i:l.r in. Mail,
Arriving In Bt. Loui :45 t.m. : CUic(!0,t) :30 p.m. j
Coi.nuctini; at Odin anil Klllnijtiam for Cincin
nati, Loulnvlllu, liiilimiuiHiliennd pointH Bitt-t.
11 :1) ii.m. ot- Louis nnu VBtru
Krrlvini' In Ht. Lou in 7:05 p. m,
for nil points Wot.
l-.m i.m. P'list Mxpr.
or8t. LouIh mid ChicHK". nrrivini? At St. Loiil
IUMII p.m., nnd Ctilci;ii T: Jt a.m.
4:U) p.m. (""Inclrmittl Kxprous.
Arriving at Cincinnati T: a m.; t.ouiiirllle 7:20
am.; IndlaiinpoIlK 4:i' a.m. Pawn cent hy
Huh train rrarh tho abuvo iioIuIh 1 !J It)
LIOL 1W lu advance of any other toiito.
tyrTho4:'jn n. m. exproas
i.kkimnu CAH Cairo to Cincinnati, wtttiont,
cliani!i, and IhroiiKh luuperato St. Loula and
Fast Timo Kast.
I SlSSCngerS ,,nt point without any dlay
ranioid )y Sunday InturvunliiR. Thu Saturday after
noon train from Cairo arrive In new York Monday
nomine at lo:Ufi. Thirty-ill hours In advance-ul
By other mnto, .... ..
rflTKorthrotitih tickets and further Information,
aimlv at UliuuU Central llnllroad Depot, Cairo.
11 T J. 11. J ONUS, Ticket Agent.
A, IT. IT ANSON, Pen Paw. Atfwnt. Chicago
gTTEOllIS & CAlKlTO.
TRAINS HUN AS FOLLOWS.
Kxpruit and Mall leave Cairo, every day except
Sunday, atlui'rt a. in. Arrlv. 4::p. m.
Ai'conimoilatlou arrives at li!:0S p. m. and do
part at I p. in .
J)U. W. C. JOCFLYN,
OPKICR RlRhtk Htreet, near Cnmiretal Avannu
B. W. WHITLOCK,
Omul No. 184 Commercial Avenue, between
tttthlh and Ninth Street.
Vnw Undershirt for
KECil'LAH CAlKu AND
JIEMiY E. TAYLOH M.iMtr
CiEO. JOUES tltrk
I.m'ih l'acltioili for Cuiro dany (Suodityg vxeept
i1 h 4 m. Hnd M ' ml City t 1 ) ni. li'tnru
, Ij n a Cairo ul I ii. m. Mo Hid. I'itj nt 5 p. m.
QAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
On end aftur Monday, Jnne Tth, and nutll turthor
nonce mt'kTi)rhot wimnako trips as follows:
'.ATM LCiVIS I.I1TIS
foot fourth it. Missouri I.and'K. Kentucky Ld g.
8:00 a.m. 8:o a. ra. (a.m.
10:fH) a. ra, 10:30 a. m. 11 a. m.
2:00p.m. 5:30 p.m. J p.m.
4:1 p.m. 4:S0 p.m. 5;0U p. m,
2 p. m. u.'gi) p.m. I p.m
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WELI
r CKKD FOR SHIPPING
Oar Load ix Specialty.
Cur. Twelfth Street and Lo?ee,
W. F l,AKitin(, rlvnr wiiMr or i'iib IIci.it ih
mid IctiulMMi iiuhhimi rr a nl. OnMrn fur Hi I
kliuldof Biiinmli.mt Jol tiniiliiii; s'llicitud. Ofllco
lit 1'UuUr. iltt., M Ohio luvim.
MTAOKB OK TIIK IlIVKIl.
Tlio rivur miirkuil liy tlm fHU,' lat kvimi.
iiiK at i o'clock at this port 'M fwt 4
inches mul fulling.
I'ittnl.ur, Juno 2i I p. ni. HivT 5 fort
Louisville, Jut,,) i8 4 p. ni. liivtr 9
feet and fulling.
Cincinnati, Jm,,. H - p.,. lvcr 18
left 8 inche mi. I tttntionary
-Nashville, Juet;8 1 p. m. Hiver 'J ft;et
fct. Tiouis, June p. m. Hiver 27 f:et
6 inches' ami rising.
Thu (Iuh Fowler from Palueiih will r
port at the packi-t wharf lliirf evening at 2
o'clock, ami leave on her return tor Padu
'lucah at & p. m.
The City of Greenville frmu Vickshurg
arrived hero ytBteriay morriini at y. Her
freight trip was light, hut hIio hail a large
number of pasHengerK, anil left for tit. Louis
at 8:30 a. in.
The Will Kyle, Capt. Carter iuanter,
leaves this morning for New Orleans. Pas
sengers going south ly river can procure
tickets from W. F. Lmibdiu, agent; oflloe
54 Ohio levee. The Kyle has large and
elegant furnished rooms ami her tahle is
supplied with the liest the markets affords.
Mr. James Alexander has charge of office,
ami Qua Young acts as assistant.
The City of Providence arrived at 4 p. m.
yesterday with a moderate trip for Vicka
burg. She left for that city last night.
The Andy Uauni is due up from Mem
phis for Cincinnati early this morning.
Capt. II. J, Vinton, master of ceremonies.
The Fannie Titlum arrived last evening
at C o'clock. She had a fine trip, and tie
parted for St, Louis at 7:u0 p.m., with
heavy engagements nliovc.
The new Mary Houston from New Or
leans landed here yesterday morning at 0
o'clock. Her freight trip was light, hut
Charley Miller had registered 110 eahin
passengers to this port since leaving tho
Crescent City. The Ilouptou left for Cin
cinnati at &:oO a. in.
The Jaa. W. GalV for M.-mnL;. ' "
morrow evening, t'apt. lioh Wise c.om-
mands, ami Jas. .Surteeshis charge of the
We saw a stalk of corn yesterday on the
Gus Fowler, which came from Lichten's
landing, Tenn., on the Mississippi river. It
w as 0 feet high and measured 7 inches in
circumference, ami was raised on a tract
of land belonging to Messrs. Johnston and
Hethshores, of Pacucah. It is by far the
heaviest looking stalk wo have seen this
season; and if the sample is a fair one,
Messrs. J. it 15. will realize handsomely
this season mi their corn crop.
Tester lay was very warm, and during
the day a nice shower visited Cairo:
The Andy Iiaiim left Memphis with 533
bales of cotton, 2o0 barrels of oil, 300 sacks
of cotton seed meal and .1,0(10 feet of lum
ber, aud HO cabin passengers.
The P aris C. 15rnwn passed Vickshurg
Tuesday morning nt U o'clock on her way
up for Cincinnati. Sho has a big freight
and passenger list, and is duo here early
Saturday mnniiu-jj. Passenger Agent W.
F. Lsmbdiu will furnish tickets. Go to his
nlRce, 51 Ohio levee.
Business on tho wharf was very good.
The City of Uaton Kougo is duo this
evening from St. Louis for Now Orleans
Capt. Hixlty, master.
The Julio B. Maude from St. Louis for
Memphis is duo this evening.
O O A. I j
No. 27 )
Atchison, Kas., Juno 27. A tornado
passed, through the state laHt night. In
this city it uprooted trees, demolished
chimneys ami barns and scattered lumber
in all directions. At White Cloud, Kas.,
it prostrated four buildings and blew a sec
tion boss Into the river. Ho was afterwards
fished out. Thu wind raised tho roof from
the depot and sut it clown square across a
building. At Kerwin, Kas, several churches,
residences find barns were demolished. At
Talmage, Kas., fifteen freight cars were
blown from the siding onto the main track,
where they started down a steep grade aud
met a hand car on which tho section men
were huddled, killing three out of five.
At Avocs, three miles from -Talmage, five
i . .
nouses wcro prostrated, ana crops were
laid low in all directions.
VV'Asifn.cnN, I). C , June 2 7. The de
iii'.inur ofGuiteau has undergone- someth
ing of a change. lie appears to have aban
doned all hope of a pardon aud while re
taining a sullen demeanor still appears to
derive some real comfort in considering
himself a martyr. He says he will certain
ly go to heaven and reasserts himself as tho
agent of tho Lord in tho commission of the
crime. To-day he has not had much to say.
Ho is kept alone, and a close watch is kept
upon" all his movements. Preparations lor
the execution are about completed.
Cine aoo, June 27. Tho law department
whs asked this morning to commence pros
ecution against the owners of some of the
leading dailies here, including the Tribune
and Inter-Ocean, for publishing lottery ad
vertisements In direct violation of Btate
law provided in such cases. Judge Wal
lace of the Armory police court, was ap
pealed to yesterday afternoon to issue a
warrant for tho arrest of Joseph Medill,
proprietor of the Tribune, but he refused,
stating that the owners of newspapers were
too big men to tight without the backing
of the city law department. Accordingly
that institution has been appealed to, and
if it consents to open hostilities against the
newspapers in this particular line there
will probably be some tall fighting tlone.
It is a tact worthy of note that while the
Inter Ocean claituB the credit of inaugu
rating and carrying on to a partially buc-
ri.uufYil iixitii' ilir. wii hi''tauig IU
Chicago, the owners of t'te Bheet are wil
ling to take money from gamblers to pub
lishing gambling advertisements.
.Mr. IJenjamin Thistlewtod went to Mem
lis Ttiesilay morning.
.Mr- S. S. Torry, wln has been very ill for
some time past, ami was taken from here
to Juliet in the hope that the change would
affect linn beneficially, is saiil to be im-
Mr. H. S. (j.nreU, of Memphis, general
Hiiperiiitenilent of the steamboat inspection
service ol the United States, ami his
daughter, were guests at Tho llalliday
Miss Klla Turner, of this city, and Mr
Aloert Mierwin, oi ttreator, Ills., were
niarrietl at the Presbyterian church by
Hev. 11. Y. George yesterday afternoon.
The church was plentifully decorated with
beautiful flowers. A large bell, composed
of flowers ol many varieties artistically ar
ranged, was suspended from the ceiling
over the spot ou the platform where the
bride and groom were to Btand.
A lair audience had gathered at the
chinch by three o'clock, aud tho church
would have been crowded, but for a heavy
rain which prevailed for several hours be
fore. AtU:30 o'clock the wedding party,
consisting of the bride aud groom ami Mr.
Alex. Able, as groomsman, and Miss An
nie Hily as bridesmaid, headed by tho ush
ers, Mi ssrs. Max. lllae.k and John Ilorne,
entered the church and moved up tho aisle
to a grand march, produced upon thu or
gan by Miss Emma James. At the altar
the contracting couple were met by Rev. D.
Y. Oeorge who, alter a short, impressive
prayer, pronounced them husband aud
wile, an l impressed upon them tho im
portance and beauty of thoslato into which
they had entered. Tho answers to the
questions were clear aud loud enough to be
heard and understood by every one iu the
From tho church Mr. and Mrs. Sherwin
went to tho residence of Mr. Al. LIurd,
where they were met ami congratulated by
a number of relatives anil friends. They
left on tho I :-0 train for Chicago and oth
er places, ami will finally settle at Streator,
where Mr. Sherwin in express agent.
Tho preseuU to tho brido, from her many
friends hero and elsewhere, wero mauy and
Yot'Ku or middle aged men suffering
from nervous debility, Ions of memory, pre
mature old ago, as tho result ol bad habits,
should send three stampa for Part VII of
Dimo buries pamphlets. Address World's
Dispensary Medical Association, Buffalo,
Prepared from the choicest Fruits, with
out coloring, poisonous oils, acids or artific
ial Essences. Always uniform in strength,
without any adulterations or impurities.
Have gained their reputation from their
perfect purity, superior strength and gun.
ity. Admitted by all who have used them
as the most delicate, grateful and natural
flavor for cakes, puddings, creams, etc.
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, 111., and St. Louis, Mo.,
U,noM.ailla T,, Btm; Dr. Prliw'a Oram Bikini
1'milar, Md Ur. I'rlu'i talu frrlumu
WE MAKE NO SECOND CRADE COODS.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TllfO CITY.
(iOOI)SSOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PAT1EU & OO.,
Cor. Niiiutiionth at.rect 1 na j,,A ill
Onnimwrclal Avuddu j Villl O, 111.
MlWi AM) COMMISSION.
ff ALLIDAY BROTHERS.
FI.OUB. GRAIN AND HA
Egyptian Flouring Mills
HighflHt (ash Price Paid for Wlmat.
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street,
F. nitOSS, rrKidciit. I P. N KFF Vice Prea'nt
U. WELLS, CiMlilcr. T. J. Kertti, Aas't casli
F. Broxa Cii'ro I William Kuit,8. .Cairo
l'oU'rNctr William Wolf....
1', M Oaterlob " I C. O. 1'utlnr "
E.A. Buder II. Wells
J. Y. C'lemun, C'akuloma.
A OK.NKItAI. IUNKINO HUSINS.HS DONE.
KxchaiiKO nold and bought. Ititurott paid In
tliu SavUiH Di'partinunt. I'tillitctloiia tuadu and
all hualiiuHH promptly attutiJed to.
THE A. R. SAFFOUD.
Dally packft butweou Cairo auil Muiind rlty Cup
talu AU'tln Uwen.
I.ua t-a Cairo fl-SO A. M.
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rjllIECITY NATIONAL HANK.
Of ClllfO. IIllllOiH.
71 OHIO LKVKB
A General llankiiitf business
TIIOs3. XV. HAlLitDAV.
JNTBKPIUSB SAVING HANK.
Of Cairo. .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BAA K.
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