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DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
A,V,A"' vamau, JUNE 80 1KH
FOB. THIRTY BAYS OHLY!
Sacrifice of Our Immense Stock of Smim? ami Summer CLOTHING
FURNISHING GOODS, Hats, Caps, &c
A.T AJNTD BELOW COST!
For 8 00
to m ike room for our Fall Goods. Don't miss the chance and get a Nobby or
at very Low Figures. Our stock h full and we must reduce it in the next
Look at the following prices in SUFIS:
An AH ool Cassimere Suit, worth - - - $11 00
i i, n
Scotch Cassimere Suit, worth
Something Elegant, worth
An Extreme Fine Cassimere Suit, worth
" Imported .... .
Satin Lined Suits, worth
A Very Fine
Don't Miss the
n 4 ni i n
n mil iv! i inn m irs
t 1 iT...l....i.:.,. ft.,. ,r 4 .. r..i- K . it.. i . i , .
J II Ml 1 1.1 Hit! LIIUflMllIl 1UI -ur. IlllUtt I 111 I IM i 7! I III lOWII I IT TilV M.w.
A (tood (iauz-imere Indersliirt for 50c. A Fine India Gauze Undershirt for 75c.
A Good. Ditlbritfiiu Uadeishirl tor 75c, A Fine Lysle Thread Undershirt for $1.00
Fine Hosiery at very low figures at
CHICAGO ONE PRICE CLOTIIIXG HOUSE
Corner Eighth Street and Commercial Avenue, CAIRO. ILLS,,
M. AVERN13R, Proprietor.
Vny.r-N' l. TWtlewood.
Tn 'ir'r--l' J . h rili.
i It i k D.m.l' J. I'"'"'V.
i ,n...,.,r--Wiii. It. Ciiiin rt.
V.-li! I- H. M. .ti.
U..K.) Oft AI.IKI.MKN .
n.A WM - Win. Mclll". T. M. Klmlimttiih.
.. .', Mini WnJ -.I.'mm- lliiiklf. I'. N. Ilui;hci.
'Vli i rt WmiI H. K, lliiti..', .I.ihu Wmiil.
K .'irili Wiird - I Initio O. I'tttW, A'li.l.U bw-
;f,l, Ward T. W. IlftUlilT. KhipH B. I'ottH.
II. I H:iki r
. II Irvi.i
niniivJii'i it. "k ..cum.
jo.ii.tJ Attiirn.-y-i-f ";.m.r,,'n;, r
I mitity Tr. H-.ir. r - MiU V. 1'nrta.i r.
lutiir -John Holtf-
;;irTm!Xir.-T. W. lUUUay, J. A.
Uliih ni.il IVIit MJiip- ,
-AIUi) ini'TI-tl" -Cirniir Tontl. mid l'nlr
(3 I I r'irhliiK IUM ml third Hunrt.yi. tn
,Vruur,y. 7:.. P- : h-
tlirK('n Of TUB KKI)KBMKK-(Krlw.iuii'i
Xi-hnrKf. . awntlay chmili 1 01 a.m..
M..ri.lV. 1'r.yor.; :.P. n... KvUnln l'rayr.. K.
1'. I.iv. n.rt, . T. H. Hcciur.
i-IKST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CUV liCU.
I 'r-... l.l.a- Rt 10 :i . tu.( :i p. m.. wd 7 :30 p. . m.
..,..,., fi'-t.ool t 7:30 p. m Uv. I.J. Slmr.:,
t'TilKUAN-Tlilrti-mith UriTli n.rvliui Huh
j i.iiili 1 :.).. m.i buuUy tcltuul'J p. nt. Kcv.
MFTIIohlS'l'-fur. Bluhtl. nr..) Walnut Htn.i.ti.,
lr-H hint: SaW.Mli m. ml7:W p. m.
rsaii(iity S. ii'M.I t P- m- "''v s- Al s,'rr,-'u
1 liKsltYTKKI AN -Blithth ; pwiar.hliiK on
SuM.hIIi Bt tl:tW m. J 7::U'. m.s praynr
n nut' SV. liu-H.l.iy m 7::i'M'. m.; Snmlay Ikliwol
ar.l l. in. Krv V. V. oor, pKntor.
LT .loKI'H S (Rmiiihii Calliiillcl Conior On.M
V k'ii.I Waiinil Klrmila; ndrvlu.ii Sat.lmlh 10:110a.
H.iTiiliiy Bchmil at p. ! Vi'r p. m.i tot-f.n-H
uuiry day at 8 a. in. Uv. O'Uara, l'rluot.
ST. PATRlCR'S-KHiiman't'atUolte) Corner Ninth
Mlr.-ot and Wanhliik'ton avsnne; orvlci Hab-
... a I (i. - . i. a .. . H .. . .. . U.iiil
uniiiDiiiu ii.R.in.j v vnjiwrp n '. in. i itii"nj ......
i p. in. ai.rvlci.a oviiry day at a.m. Rv. MiWU'tnon
Walnut tSt., near J 2th.
Sl'MMKUTKRM, from July 5, 12 wwks
FaLL TKUM, from Oct. 2, 12 works
Tl'lTION KOR TKRM
Common Srlinol, Arademie ntid Comim rciiil
II ION Jt V V'ljO V I.), Tfacher.
gouge h. leach, m. d.
Physician nnd Surgeon.
Siclal attention paid to the Hmnenathlctrvat
m. lit of mrs'lbul tiUuariui, uud i.avaua of wunu D
and rlilldrmi .
Oilier: Ou Ulh Mrout, uppunlta the Poet Oflke,
rI'IIE RBUL'LAR CAIRO AND rADl'CAIl
1 DAILY I'ACKt'f.
GUS P 0 W L E .!!!
HENRY K. TAYLOR
Lriivep Pailurali for Cairci dnny fsimdayt t-xce t
cdl at 4 a.m. and Mmiiid City at 1 i m. Ki'turti
IliK, L avte Cairo at 1 p. m. M.mud. City at J p. ru.
CAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
WOINDUY, MACHINE SHOP AND
1 STEAM FOUGE.
Vulcan Iron Works
93 OHIO IKVKE. CAIRO. ILLS.
JOHN T. HENNIE.
n AVISO I'KtHlillhhPrt work nt the ahovo men
i ionod place In liuttrr tiriipii ed than cvur lor
iiinTiiiliK-tui-lnuc ht.'iim Kiiiiuatid Mill Mnchlm.ry.
IIiivIiik a Hleam Uhiiiiikt and umplu TouIh, thu
mauiirm-tiirliiti of all klmU of Machinery, Railroad,
MivamhoAt and Itrtilno KorirlnRn mado a oi.eciulty.
KHpeclal attention uivi.nto rvi.alrs of Ennluus
ltrais I'liKtlUL'tofttll klnpa made to order.
Pipe Klttlna if all It branches.
It. 11. T1UK CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CRN TRA!. H. H.
TIIJIN DH'AHT. . ,. THAN AHIIIVR.
a. in tMall 4:0!i a.m
tlixiiroei .... 1: P m I 'AccomdalUiu..4:U& p. in
M1SH CENTRA L H. R.
tMull 4:H5a.m llMall ,lJ;,'"I,'n'
iKxpniM 10:1 fta m I tKxiir UiJUa.m
bT. L. A f. U. R. (Narrow Oattjre )
Bxprea lo:a.m Mr.. ...... Vp rn
Accotu'datlou. VM p.m Aocom'dnlolu 13:05 p.m
bT. L.i I.M.8. R R Ul
tltxt.ro ll;:iOp.m I tKxprnM......... 11.50 p.m
tAroom aation. :H0p.m tAccom'dattoii.ll:4!i.tn
WARABU, 8T. T.ODIS rACIKIO ICY CO.
MallK.,.. 4:a.mMIIA Ex.... "- P m
' Dally except Hundny. t Daily,
MOBILE OHIO R. R.
Mall 0:03 u.iu, I Mall p.m.
jxproan OiO a.m. Kprona .S:W p.m.
gT. LOUIS & CAIRO R. 11
TRAINS RUN AS FOLLOWS.
Kxprom and Mall leave Cairo, wnry day except
Sunday, at . IO:ii!S a. m. Arrlv.a 4::fSp. m.
Acroinmodallon arrive at UM p. m. and du
parta at I :'J0 p. m.
J)U. W. C. JOCFLYN,
oKKicB-Rlifhth fUreot, near Coma rcl1 ATannu
f)K. E. W. WIIITLOCK,
Urnm-No. las Oommurcial Avuue, butwvon
KKhth and Ninth btreuu
THREE Ika STATES.
Ou ind after Monday, JoneTth, and nntll lurthor
notice thotiTiyhoat wtllmake trlpa aa follows:
MATSI LSAVIS LIATSS
foot fourth st. MlMourl Land g. Kcntacky Ld g.
8:00 a.m. 8:: a.m! a. m.
10:00a. m. IU:S0a. m. 11 a.m.
8:no p.m. 2:30 p.m. 8 p.m.
4:(Vp. m. 4:Mp.m. 5;iio p. m.
i p.m. '.:aii p.m. s p.m
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dual ox in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WEM
rOKED FOR 8U1PPINO
Oar Ijoads u Speoialtv.
OJ'Fl i) IU I
Cur. Twelfth Street and Loree,
J K l.nuiiiN, rlvr mtitor of ,'iib ItiiutK
I ,;, 7"",u,t pa".C a!!nt. Urdorafor U
k 1 Joft,amb..at jor, ,lt,nBR ,.Mclua, 0llico
..ir. uomi, jyf. 51 Ohio leveo.
Thu rivor marked by tlio K'ni'o liwr even
t 4 o'clock tit thin port ir, feet and
'I lie W. P. Ilallidiiy, from New Oil.mnH,
ftrrivml here ycHterday morning. 8h0 wua
'''" light, hut hud a ctl.in full of peo
pie, an i left f-.rHt. L.mis at tUO a.ui.
The Will Kylo l.:ft for New Orleuns yea.
ter.lay at a o'clock. Hlio only had a mod.
Pi'-iht for steamljoiita U a scarce com-
tiiodity here, and from present appearances,
some of the Ixtyg will havu to tnkis a ret.
Weather hot and Miitry yedterdav. ami
the lively mosquito is havini,' a hunny time
at the expense of the citizmisi of (Wo
Their rry ia Mood, and their d"m:itid:; arc
Guiteau crr.se the dark river to-dav.
and pays the awful penalty of his terrible
The Qua Fowler is the ri L'ular packet
to-day at 2 p. in., from IVIuchIi, and leaves
on her return at 5 n. m.
The John B. Maude arrived from St.
Louis lust evening at 2 o'clock. She left
for Memphis at 7:15 p. m.
Walter Wils on, one of the engineers on
the transfer steamer Duncan, is out a.'nin
after a severe spell of sickness. Hope he
will bo able for duty soon.
Inspectors Messrs. Garrett and Ralston
of Memphis, were iu the city yesterday, and
inspected the Three States and the tii!
Laurel, Ariadne and Cache, all of which re
ceived first-class papers.
Look out for the Paris C. Brown to-mor
row. She is on her wav ur from New Or
leans for Cincinnati, and has a pood
freight trip, also a Urge number nt passen
The Junes W. GalY is due to morrow for
Memphis. She hails lrom Cincinnati.
Capt. Bob Wise is on the roof; James Sut
tees is in the office. W. F. Lambdin, pas
senger agent. Office : 54 Ohio levee.
The lludson from St. Louis landed here
last evening at 0 o'clock. Her trip was
liht, ami lett for Paducah and Shawnee
town at 6:0 p. m.
The Andy B.;um from Memphis arrived
yesterday morning at half past ten. She
had 300 tons of freight awl a large num
ber of passengers. S!je added 4 passengers
here to her list, and left at 11 a. m. for Cin
The Cons Millar leaves Memphis this
evening for Cincinnati, and will report here
Sunday night, for the upper Ohio, as fur as
Miss Bobbie Payne, one of the prettiest
ot the many handsome girls of Paducah,
was married Tuesday, the i!7lh inst., to Mr.
W. S. Dycus, a very prominent and worthy
young man of Dyeisl.urg, Ky. Mr. Dycus
has gained a prize which wo hope ho may
guard with care and love through life;
may prosperity and happiness be the con
stant companion ot Mr. and Mrs. Pycus.
Mr. Frank Cassiday, engineer ou thu
Three States, went to I'ndnenh to attend the
wed. ling of his cousin, Miss Payne, who
was married lust Tuesday. Frank returned
Wednesday evening, and i on duty again.
The City of Helena leaves St. Louis for
Memphis this evening, aud is due here to
The Gold Dust, for Vickshnrg, is due
today from St. Louis.
Tlx Golden Rulo from Cincinnati is due
hero Saturday evening.
THE YELLOW FEVER CASE AT NEW
New Ohleans, June i!8. -The stateboaid
of health met to day to take nction upou
the case of yellow fevor discovered by a
Sister of Chanty among the patienlsof the
Charity Hospital on Monday morning. It
was shown that thu man had been ill for
five days and had, when received in thu
hospital, fallen into thu hands of a student
who subjne.tul him to an experimental
treatment of calomel, such us the best doc
tors declare was very injudicious iu a yel
low fever case. When the surgeons reached
thu cusu the man was in articulo mortis, It
was shown that the steamer Mrco Aurello
was a now iron vessel in excellent sanitary
condition, and arrived hero from Ihvanu
with water ballast. She had gone to Hav
ana simply to discharge a load ot cattle,
had not touched the shore, had not taken
on board a pound of freight or a handful
of soil, and had sailed hither as soon as she
was discharged, had shipped four sailors,
had rodo out tho prescribed timo of quaran
tine, had been thoroughly fumigated and
disinfected, aud everv soul on board was
examined aud found to be healthy. Tho
vessel cuuio up to tho city and landed at
Algiers on tho 18th. The man wbo died
waa ono of tho four who had ahlpprtd on
board of hor at Havana. Ha then ihinoed
ou the Commander for Liverpool on tho
list, and slept on board that ulght. The
next day ho wss takon and rphr? ih
hospital on the 25h, dying at midnight of
"io-uuj. ur.joniM.the president ot the
hoard, reportod that tho steamer and evory
suspicious point and every place liable to
lnieciion harl been ordered whitewashed
and fumigated and every precaution taken
to prevent the spread of the disease. Tho
ooani approvod of his action, but by a rote
of 5 to a ordered tho steamer back to
Washington, June' 28.-Althouirh the
behavior of Guiteau the past three or four
days has generally been quiet and com
posed, it has been marked by occasional
outbursts of tho same fierce spirit which
possessed hurt during his trial, to denounce
oy turns everybody . who took any part
therein. Monday night, for example, he
seemed tor a short timo to be moved by a
feeling of unusually violent hatred for all
who had beeo concorned iu hia trial or
wcra to be instrumental in carrying the sen
tence into effect. "Arthur will ao to hell."
ho exclaimed passionately. "The cabinet
will go to hell ; Judgo Bradley will tro to
hell; the supremo court of tho District will
go to hell; Gen. Crocker will go to hell.
and (turning to the death watcher) you too
will go to hell." With each repetition of
the word hell, ho brought his fist violently
own upon the table to give it additional
This afternoon, as Deputy Warden Russ
passed the door of the cell, Guiteau said to
him in a snarling tone: "If you have any
thing to do with my hanging you will be
damned. You will have taken tho respon
sibility." During a greater part of tho
time, however the prisoner
When Rev. Dr. Hicks viBited him last even
ing Guiteau was In an undemonstrative
mood and in reply to tho minister's inqui
res said, "My mind is free from all world-
y affairs and I am ready to go. I liavo no
enmity now against anyone; tho matter is
now between the president's conscience and
his God. I hope that Friday there will be
no bungling, aud that Gen. Crocker will
do his work well. Piolnrifrutiiin itf rt.
life now will not contribute to my hap
piness, although it would bo for the etxxl
of the American people."
After some conversation upon religious
topics tho minister and the condemned man
knelt together aud prayed, tho latter being
apparently more sincere aud devout thin at
any previous time.
As Dr. Hicks was leaving tho cell Gui
teau said : "I am counting tho hours till I
nhall be released; I have no fear of punish
ineiit hereafter, for I feel that the act of
which 1 have been convicted was God's act;
that I was God's man, and that I shall be
welcomed to Paradise."
A lady who' had liek.'ts to sell for a
church conciTi an ', .i bt iht little boy
on the street :i day or two ago and in
iiiire.l if his mother were at Lome, ns
hIic wauled to sell her Moiiu! tickets for
It eoneel'l. Hlnl readings lit one of tho
chore lies. With beaming face tho hul
said. "I'll buy olio myself." "Where
will von get jour money, Freddie:'" Ho
lil'icl up his largo brown cyci to her
f:t o, mi. I standing on tip-toe, replied:
"I've plenty of money iu the bank for
the elmivli; come homo with inn and
I'll eet the money." The young banker
ii.. 1 1 nl - bought thn ticket, but loaned
bis iimtiitT money to buy a second.
I havo always wondered why people
tire so anxious o become baronets. A
peerage secures a seat in tho upper
Iiotise, and this, one can imagine, is an
object of ambition to some. The knight
hood of an order is a personal distinc
tion. But what can it benelit any ono
to know that his son and his grandson
will bo culled "Sir?" This title, if thoro
bo no wealth to support it, is an ineiitn
brum e, un I not unfieotientlv an iils.
surdity. Tho lute Sir Harry 'Wraxull,
Hurt., was a juniper iu tho Wiimlswortli
lunatic asylum, mid tho present baronet
was ediit aled at u work-house school,
and is appi'eul iced to a pawn broker. If
baronetcies are to be continued, it might
bo well t allow I heir salo. Tlio "Sir"
is of no um to tho pawnbroker's assist
ant, but If ho were permitted to put it
tip to im.'li.iu tunny a vulgar idiot of
1 1 v uciii!iiiit:iiiee would b ready to pay
se ernl thousand potiudsfor ll.Lonlon
It Is staled (hat tho streets and pub
lio places of Paris are lighted with
M.j gns-liuriiers, Oil dectrio lamps, G5
veeiab!o oil lamps, tind luinoraloil
Mit. J. Maiisii, Bank ot Toronto, Ont..
writes: "lliliousmss and dyspepsia seem to
have grown up with me; having been a suf
ferer lor years, I have tried many remedies,
but with no lasting result until I used your
lliiiiliiek lllimil ItiMiirj 'I'll e l. Iiavn been
tiuly a blessing to me, nnd I cannot speak
too highly of them." Price 1.00, Paul G
O. Hurtle, Manchester, N. Y., was
troubled with asthma for eleven year. Had
been obliged to sit up sometimes tun or
twelvo nights in attenuation. Found iiumo
dinto relief from Tlinmas' Eclectric Oil, and
is now entirely cured. Paul G. Sohuh Agent.
O A. L
N KW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLI) VERY CLOSE
o. o. path: i i & oo..
Cor, Nineteenth (Irewt I ft,, Til
ConiamrcUt Avonua VU.1IO, 111.
MU.L AND COMMISSION.
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HA
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Highest Caah Price Paid for Wheat.
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street,
U. HKLl.S, Owhlor. T. J. Kcrtb, Ain't cnnh
K. BroM fir I wiiuan, kiiuo. .Cairo
n " wiiii,,,, w.iir....
K. A. Bailor. H. Wall
J. Y. t'ltiiufti.ii, Cftludttul.
AB.EHA!.llANKINO IlUSINKbS DONK.
KxcliMuro nolrl and l.iiiilit. Intero.t tiMtl In
tlm Nvti,R. IJcimrtmnt. Collucitmii ma.lti nd
11 buftlnuns pjumytly ntunilud to,
THE A. B. SAFEORD.
Lef,'i Clro........ ...l8..W A. M.
.n.i.iiiu vnjr U') " "
niouriii K:ny p jjf
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fpiIE CITY NATIONAL RANK.
71 OHIO LBVBB.
A General liankinjr huniucss
T1IOS. W. II A Li 1.1 D A V,
INTEIU'HISE HAVINU 1IANK.
Of Clro, .
EXCLUSIVELY A 8AVINU8 BANK.
TIIOS. W, II AI.LIUA Y,