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CAIRO; ILLINOIS. SUNDAY '.MORNING, JULY 2, 18U2.
MEN WOMEN AND BOOKS.
FOR THIRTY BAYS OM3LY!
Sacrifice of Our Iinuiense Stock of Spring and Summer CLOTHING?
FURNISHING GOODS, Hats, Caps, &c. : -
A.T AND BELOW COST!
In order to make 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 S i; 00
1 1- 00
I I III A
Don't Miss the
BARGAINS FURNISHING GOODS
A Good Gauze Undershirt for -'5c. A Good India Gaiizb Undershirt for 35c,
A (rood Gauziimere Umlershirt lor 50c. A Fine India Gauze Undershirt for 75c.
A Good Dalbrigan Uutlei. shirt tor 75c. A Fine Lysle Thread Undershirt for $1.00
Fine Hosiery at very low figures at
CIIICAtiO OX.K PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE
Corner Fighth Street and Commercial Avenue, CAIRO, ILLS.,
M. WERNER, Proprietor.
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County j:1U i m
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M'MrntU achool at T. 'u "'
i ktiuiKIST Cr Kti;hlh nn.l Walnut PtrMt,
M wlNS,l,h,h II a m. ami 7 j. m .
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rid-. evT d.y t H m. Huv.uU.iri. J rlcrt.
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. irut kiid WwhlnKton viit; tlc t
b.ih auil in . m. ; Vppm S p. m.i Knn.Uy Srhw
p. m tvrvleo ott ry rt t m. Hot. Mtt'ri
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u.ii u:IS.m Vll 4.io.m
Miss I'KNTItAL R. It.
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MOBILE A OHIO R. H.
Mall 8 :):,... I M.1I -5:!! ?
jtxpredd :lll l.m. Kxpw P u.
All Wool Cassimere Suit, worth
Verv Fine 44 "
" ' Scotch Cassimere Suit,
Something Elegant, worth
An Extreme Fine Cassimere S lit,
Satin Lined Suits, worth
Walnut St., near 12th.
Sl'MMKKTFUM, Muni .Inly 5, 12 wwks
FALL TKKM. frmii Oct. 2, 12 wwkx
Tl'lTluN K"K TKUM
f, i n
I'limiui.ii ilcli.tnl. Ai ml.-mic nml ' uiiim irrci ul
II KN ItY FLl)Vl),Tichi-r.
QEOHGE II. LEACH, M. D.
I'hwician and Surgeon.
tii'cll nttt'titton paid to the Homeovthlctrt.at
m. nt i.r mr;icul dlsi'ttfof , itud Jiri.va uf wuiuuo
pfflcc: Uu 1UU itrt'ft,oi)Oflto tho Pust Olllco,
j-yt. W. C. JOCKLVN,
D E NTIST.
OKKITR KlifUtti Htrt-ct, nr Camn arrlal ATJtnne
K. K W. WHITLOCK,
i Cental Surgeon.
Crrui -No. W Commorclal Au-nae, bitwrco
Xirlilh ami Ninth Stru
pnorniETOR ok sproat's patent
Whoiobulo Uoalor in lec.
ICE BY THE CAK LOAD OR TON.WELI
rCKED FOR 8UIPPINO
Oar Ionds a Special t v.
a k F kjki
Cor.Tweirth Street anil Levee,
lM fi i IV is d
- - - $11 00
- - - 12 00
- - - 11 00
' 17 00
"HE liEGl'LAU t'AIlin AS!) PADUCAU
HENRY K. TAYLOR - M.ist.n
iKO. JlHIKS Clerk
I.ravfs Patliic uli for 1'itiro fltiiiy I'Smtdaya except
'd) hi S a.m. tin rl Mmiml lily all p m. R.tnru.
illg, L- avi'9 Cairo at 4 i. m. Jl niml. City at bp. in.
CAIRO CITY FERUY CO.
On f.nd aft.-r M onlay. Jnte TtU. aud onMl turllier
notice thefurtyboat will n.&ku trip, a follow.:
MlTCft t.SiVI. LBATKS
Foot Fourth it. Mls.imrl Lami'g. Kentucky Ld g.
S:ii a.m. S:.io a. m. a. m.
in:no. ra. 10:Wa. m. 11 a.m.
3:00 p. m. '2:30 . m. S p. m.
4:0fi p. m. 4:. p. in. 6;oop. m.
p.m. -J:M) p.m p.m
gT. LOUIS & CAIRO R.R.
TRAINS HUN' AS FOLLOWS.
Exitro and Mait Icav. Talro, evrr day ficviit
Sanilay. at !: a. m. Arnv.a i;X p m
Accommnilailon arrlvv at Utirt p. m. and do
part at I: p. ta.
QA1UO AND MOVNU CITY.
FOURTH OF JULY.
A. B. SAFFORD
Will mike thr tnni trlpa on lh Foorth of
July l ta vie. j Cairo at i::t a. tu., I jo'ctiKk inom)
.udt jop.tu Ltviin MoutU City at 10 a. u.t
l: Wp, nt. aad p. u.
W. K Lamukim, rlvir udltor or i'iik Rui.i.ti
and ateamhoit paneinjnr amt. Ordora for all
klndHofBtuainboat Job prlntliitf oollcltud. Olllco
at I'liiiit'im Iinlul, Ku. 51 Olilo luvuu.
Tim Ilick iry l.;ft f.r tliu Tonnetiseu river
at 11 a. in. yeHt;r.lay.
Tliu Paris (J. llrowi) from Nrt;w Orlciinn
passed up yobtur.lay innrning at 0 -:J0. Shi-
uaa a HiuiKim trip ot IrciL'lit mi l pusscu-
gorg for Cincinnati.
Tho 15;llu Meiuiiliis froiu Vickulturir ar
rived yesterday morning with a fair trip
for St. Louis, and departed at 11a. ni.
Tlie Faiiniu Tatum, Capt. McCullotiyli
in coniuiHud, iu'lut! fur Puducali this even-
I'lie GI"Ihi Hulo is tlio next tioit due
from Ciuciiinuti for New Orleans, and will
report lien; Wednesday.
The Guiding Star from New Orleans is
due up tor Cincinnati to-morrow evening.
The Star U tho finest boat of tha Southern
Transportation line, and C'upt. J. D. Hi-gler
is her worthy chief.
The Jack Frost with a heavy tow of lum
ber for St. Louis pissed here last evening
The first-class steamer Cons. Millar from
Memphis is due to-night for Cincinnati.
Get your tickets from W. F. Lamhdin,
agent. Office: 51 Ohio levee.
The City of Alton for New Orleans and
the City of Greenville for Vickshurg are
the Anchor line bouts from St. Louis due
The regular Nashville and Cairo packet
Ii. S. Rhea is dun here to night and will
leav hereon her return trip to morrow at 2
o'clock p. ni.
The City ot Helena from St. Louis last
evening arrived and departed for Memphis
at 7 :30 p. m.
Yesterday was a very warm day, and
heavy ruin set in Friday night at 10 lasting
Business on tho wharf yesterday very
Mr. Geo. Ratcliffu with his race mare
''Minnie Randall," came down on the Gun
Fowler yesterday. Minnie was raised in
McCracken county. Ky., and is a thorough
bred. She will enter for the 4'h of July
races in this city.
The Belmont with a tow of coal and
railroad iron passed here for St. Louis at
IJ p. m. yesterday.
The Gus Fowler was full of business yes
terday, and consequently did n.t report
here until 4:30 p. m. However, she made
close connection with the train, and left on
time for Paducah.
The Hudsou, for St. Louis, is due early
this morning. For freight or passage, see
W. F. Lamhdin, agent. Office: 5-1 Ohio
MISS PATTISON'S MARRIAGE.
The Bulletin is permitted to clip from
the Oregmi (III.) Independent of
Juno 14th the following ac
count of the marriage of Miss Ji'iinio
Pattifon, formerly one of our most popular
young public school teachers, to Rev. Cyrus
Kryder, of Oregon, 111.:
"Thero being no secret about the wed
ding of Ri r. Cyrus Kryder, of this city, to
Miss Jennie Pattison, of Freeport, there has
been no gossip (society talk). They will
be wedded to-.hy at 11 a. m. at the home
of the lady in Freeport, and will reach
Oregon by train at 3 :o6 p. in. Mr. Kryder
if a popular young minister, of whom noth
ing too good can be said. The only charge
against him is that he goes from Oregon to
get a wife, and this, of course, is due to the
fact that she was chosen before coming
here. Mrs. Kryder, daughter of Hon. Jcne
Pattison, has been known for years amoi g
her large list of college friends as a well
educated, strong-minded, sensible wo, nan,
and we know of no higher marks of the
true lady. The ceremony will be witnessed
only by a few intimate friends and relatives,
Miss Petrie being tho only one present from
a reception will be given tho bridal party
at the parsouage, where is to r their home.
This greeting has been arranged by Oregon
friends, very few will be present from else
where. Quite a collection of ifts wilt
grace tho tabic, tho house will be filled
with guests and hand-shaking and felici
tations will fill the hour. Thuj two life
streams meet and minglo as one, and their
mreting is marked by the merry uiUoic of
niwy friends. Thus be it ever."
Dialwtes, Bright's Disease, Kidney.
Urinary or Liver Complaints cannot be
contracted by you or your family if Hop
Bitters are Used, and if you alrea.fr have
any of these diseases Hop Bitters is the
only medicine that will positively cure yon
Don't forget this, aud don't get some puffed
up stuff that will only harm you.
KDITKD IN TUB INTERKHT OF TUB CAIRO
Volume first, of The Young Nimrod
Series, which was omitted by the publish
era in the list of books recently received at
the Library, has since been received. There
is a most excellent selection of interesting
and instructive books now ou hand at the
Library, for vounjf people.
The regular meeting of the atudy class
for Tui'sday afternoon will be omitted in
honor of "tho day wo celebrate," and a
public sevsion will be held instead, nt tho
Library room on Wednesday afternoon at
3 o'clock. Tho subject for discussion will
be the famous pictures, Carregio'B "Holy
Night," and Michael Angelo's "Fates,"
supplemented by readings from MisB l)o
Forcst'a Ilintory of Art.
The l.tat regular meeting of the W. C.
and L A , for the summer, will take place
on Wednesday evening, at tho Library room.
The board of trustees will meet at 2 o'clock;
the association at 3 o'clH:k. A meeting of
the book committee will take place after
the association meeting.
Tho original study of Leonardo da Vin!
ci's famous "Lint Suppur," it is reported,
has been discovered in Italy. It is two.ity
fret long and three feet wide. When
cleaned the oil color disappeare 1 and a
tempera painting remained, signed "Loo
nardus da Vinci, pinxit, 1489." It was sold
at Nice for $20. If it is genuine it is
worth a fortune.
A fac simile of the MS. of Marco Polo,
in the royal library of Stockholm, has been
made at the expenso of Baron Nordcnsk
fold, by a process ot photo-litography. The
Life and Adventures of Marco Polo, among
the "Heroes of History," by Georgo Make
peace Fowlc, is a most entertaining volume.
A bible for the blind has been presented
to the Boston public library. It is in Go
The sum of 1 17,000 was paid in London
tor a copy of the Guttenberg Bible. There
arc but two copies of it in America, one in
the Lennox library, and one for which Mr.
Hamilton Cole, of New York, gave S,000.
Mr. Joseph Longworth, of Cincinnati,
who recently gave 50,OOO to the city as an
endowment for an ait pchool, proposes to
give an endowment fund of $10,000 a year
for the same end. He desires to found the
"Art School of Cincinnati." To no grander
or nobler use can wealth be put than to
the elevation of the people by means of ed
ucational institutions, that shall cultivate a
"taste for the good, the pure and the beau
tiful, and a distaste for all that is low, sen
sual Hinl vicious. It is the glory of our
nin. teentli century civilization that Chris
tianity, literature, art aud science walk
hand in hand with wealth, for the benefit
of the mass. s and (he good of mankind.
Miss Helen (Hailstone, a daughter of the
British premier, h is arrept.'d the vice prin
cipalship of Newulum i.olhge, and will
enter upon her duties in October next.
The Brooklyn library has 00,000 volumes.
Its librarian, Mr. Noyes, is one of the
foil-most in his profession.
Dr. Schlieuiann, the great scientific ex
plorer of Troas, lives in an imposing mar
ble palace at Athens, which bears on its
front, above the door the inscription, in let
ters of gold, ' Hall of Ilium." Tho spacious
parlors alford room for more than three
hundred guests. Hero, every other Thurs
day evening during the winter, he enter
tains a hundred or more- professors, jour
nalists and statesmen. All the decorations
of the house commemorate Dr. Schlie
mann's great researches. The Honrs are
paved with Italian mosaics, the walls cov
ered with Pompeiian frescoes and patternH
of objects found at Tmy and Mycemc, and
Homeric mottoes and inscriptions alound.
At the family table classic Greek alone is
spoken, and even the servants havo clacaic
names -tho gardener is Priam, the porter,
Bellerophou, and tho two nurses, Hecuba
Mr. Panl Tulane, of Princeton, New Jer
sey, has just ma do a taqtieft of 12,000,-
0o0 for the ertetion and endowment of a
college in New Orleans for tho education
of young nu n, in languages, literature, art
ALI. P'K C()VKNTION.
A Ma. Mutt ru f 'R Prmucratlc voter, of
Alrxtml.'r Connty ill iw bold at th. Conrt Hoa..
lu i iiru, lllln.tl.. on itatnrrtay th. .th day of July
ft.r th iiiM of :coiik ms dvlrgat. to ta.
srn.iorial t onTullon to h ho'd.a a. June.horo
nnlti. lltn of Jn'y. KRAROKN.
t htirtnan (tonntjr Central C'.jmiLltti
120 Broad way, New York,
15. A. UUItNKTT, Affont. (
Ofllc. eormif Uih aad Watblngios.
Hovmtr lHL u.klw
O S W
O O A. L
T Stoves D
S Tinwaro. S
EW YORK STORK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest. Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
(iOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. I'ATIKK ite CO..
Cor. Ninotocnth .trout I (i!.,n Til
Commercial Avouna J I'tlHUt
MILL AND COM MISSION.
JALLIDAY BROTHERS ,
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mil Is
HitrhcHt Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
Commercial Avenue uiid Righlli Street,
F. IIUOHS, 'ratilnt. I P. NKKF. Vlre Pre.'nt
U. WKLI-H, t'aahlor. I T. J. Kurth, A.'l ea.a
F. BroM Ca'rol William K:iue. .Cairo
reli-rNeff " William Wull....
:. M exterior. " I C. O l'atler "
J. Y. Cloui.oti, Cal.'iloiila.
A OF.NKKA'. IIANKI.Mi IfSINKsS l)OSK.
Kxchanirt! o'd and txiii 'lit. InOTtt.t palil In
thu.SavliiKt O.'partmHiit. Collnciioii. mule and
all hualuuH.i promptly attuuded to.
THE A. 1. SAFFORD.
Daily p.rk.'t IwIwkco Cairo ami MoOnd City C?
tain A ii -tin Un
I.i: Cairo t: A. M.
M'ind City i: t) '
Z" airo iri"
Mo'.nd City p. Jf .
" airo ..:
' M'ind City ' "
(in Huudat. until furtlmr notlr th. Hjfford will
mtkii t-o rjand trip. Ktwo Cairn and Monnd
C ity. ..aim i aim at ) a. m. and !: ). p. m and
Ifavlmc MnandCtty at tl o'cliM-.k a, in. and a p. ni.
rpiIE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo. UlinoiM.
71 OUl) LIVSK
A (tcueral Il.iiikltij; baiut'NH
TIIOH. V. IU1.UUAY.
JNTBKl'KISB 8AVINU HANK.
Of Cairo, .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK.
THOU. W. IIAI. I.IDA Y,