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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. TUESDAY MORNING. JULY I, 11182.
FOR THIRTY DAYS QUTLY!
Pacrilico of Our Immense Stock of Spring aval Summer CLOTHING
FURNISHING GOODS, Hats, Caps, Ax.
AT AN D BELOW COST!
Ill order to make room lor our Fall Goods. Don't miss the chance and tfet a Nobby or
Business Suit at very how Figures. Our stock is full and we must reduce it in the next
Thirty Uvs. Look at the following prices in SUITS:
For S fi 00
" 0 01)
Sill' III A
Don't Miss the
BAliGAlBS F0MISHIKG GOODS
A Good Gauze Undershirt for 25c. A Good India Gauz i Undershirt for 35c,
A Good Gauzamere Undershirt for 50c. A Fine India Gauze Undershirt for 75c.
A Good Balbrigan Undershirt tor 75c. A Fine Lysle Thread Undershirt for $1.00
Fine Hosiery at very low figures at
CHICAGO ONB PRICE OLOTHJXG HOUSE
Corner Eighth Street and Commercial Avenue, CAIRO, ILLS.,
M. WERNER, Proprietor.
TVa-un-r-T J. h.rli.
(. rk ltrniil- J- Mouy.
C..ni.o!.r-Wm. 11. WM-tl.
XbTrl L- H. V.-yrif
HHIHU Of AUKMKH.
Thi.,1 A' aril H K, lllukc, John Wood.
Kmmh?d- cSirl,. O.' Pallet, Ado.pl, Swo-
bt?Uih Ward-T. W. Uallldav. En.wt B. I'attlt.
( irruil .li.li: l.-r-l"'"''-Circuit
Clt-rk-.V II. Irvm.
County Cl.rk-S.J. JI num.
J uumy Attorney-J - M ;,n;;kM
Coiimy TreauriT-Mtli 1
Sti-flir John Uoduch.
(orom-r-R- Kit raid ualllday.
County CommifHtorn'ru-T. W . uamuay,
Olliiit and Pout catip.
XITTUKCAKD AT CAIRO,
THAIS l.M'AK. 4.r)
Accumulation.. 4 :j P-lu
4: J0 p.m
MISS CKNTKALR. K
,.n 4:35 a.m t.mbii
ST. b. & C H. H. (Narrow Oausu )
ST I. I M . A 9. K. K.
Daily except Unnd.iy. t Dally.
MOD I I.K A Oil 10 K. H.
.0;ifl tt.m. Mull
,ti:0"i a.m. I Kxrut 8M" )'"
QUA RT ER L YR K FORT
OK THE CONDITION
Alexander County Bank.
Caiuo, Iu.., Monday, July 3id, 18S4.
I.oant and DlMountu
Dim from otUorbanUn
Cand, on hand
Hoal Ebtato and lnrnltttio
Capital mock paltl tu Vi'ln t M
Hnrplut and pioiita..., "'"riMJO Ttt
DopoKlta i ,, ui
Duo othorbauku I'lfi
We. F. Mroaa, proaldunt
and Henry Weill
cash r, do o cnmly iwcar vai '?""'","
mi.ntU tnitothoUtoronrknowldM and b
liuf. F. HK08S, l'rldiiut
Siihucrllwd and worn to lwforn mo thlj jlrd day
Of Jttly, 1884. ALlUUtU
All Wool Cassiniere Suit, worth
Scotch Cassiniere Suit,
Something Elegant, worth
An Extreme Fine Cassiniere Suit,
" Imported "
S it in Lined Suits, worth
jk licit school.
Walnut St., near 12th.
SUM MEKTKRM, from July 5, 12 weeks
FALL TERM, from Oct. 2, 12 weeks
Tl'lTlON Folt TKKM
Cmnmon School, Academic and Coiniiu'rviul
. IIKNHY l-'LOYl),Ti:ichor.
QEOUGE II. LEACH, M. D.
Physician, and Surgeon.
Special attention paid to the Homeopathic treat
mint of iurulcal dtavuvi, and difeanea of woiiiud
oilier: On Mth etruct, oppoelto the Puat OIUco,
U, W. C. JOCFLYN,
UKKK'R Ri?hth HtrHnt. nwar Cotnnarcta', Avunim
K W. WniTLOCK,
Omni No. 13R Commercial Avenue, between
Ki!htb and Ninth Mtritou
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'8 PATENT
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WEU
I? (!KED FOR SniPPINQ
Oar Lioads a Speoialtv.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
KEOULAR CAIRO AND
1IENKY K. TAYl.OU Muetur
OliO. JOBKS Cltrk
Li-avul Pnducali for Cairo dniiy (Sunday except
d) at a.m. anil M'uimK ity at 1 p m. Kcturu
Ini;, L. af Cairo at4 p. iu. Mouud. City at 5p. in.
QA1RO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE .feSQ STATES.
On r.nd after Monday, Jnuc7th, and until turther
notice the funyhoat will make trips as ioiiowb:
MiTIt LIAVIS LIATH
Pool Fourth Kt. Mimourl Land'R. Koiitm.ky Ld g.
. , , i
B:no. m. 8:80 a. m. a. m.
10:00a. ri. 10:30a. iu. II a.m.
2:00 p.m, 2:30 p.m. 3 p.m.
4;i0p. m. . 4:.wp.m. 5;0Up.m.
2 p.m. 2:30 p.m. S P.m
ST. LOUIS & CAIRO R.R.
TRAINS KUN AS FOLLOWS.
Kxprem and Mall luavud Cairo, every day except
Bunuay, ai wra a.m. Arrive ijw p.
Accomtnodatiou arrlvua at vi'M i
parU at l:JO p. m.
m. and do
QAUtO AND JIOL'N'I) CITY.
FOURTH OF JULY.
ta A. 1. SAFFOilD 5EH
Will make throo round trips on tho Fourth of
July. Leavitg rairo at H:3i a. m., wo cicnu;
aud 4:au p. m. leaving iuuuuu way av v .
l:)p. ui, audt) p. m.
W. K Lamhdim, rlvnr ciiltor ol i'iik Hulith
and sttJiniliott panwutfar auul. OrUorn fur all
kluiUof aluamlioat job prfntliiK solicited. Ollleo
u I'lantorH llotul, No, M Oliln luvuo.
HTAOES OK TUB lUVKit.
The river marked by the (,'Rtige las' evi;n
in,' tit i o'clock at thiH port feet 9
iucl.f'S and trtiin;;.
I'ittabur', July 3 4 p. m. River 10 I'tct
0 inchfSBMd stationary.
Cincinnati, July '6 i p. in. Rim 21
fot:t 0 inches and rining.
LouiHville, July 34 p. m. Rivi-r 10
fect and falling.
Nashville, July 3-4 p. in. River 7 fett
St. Louis, July U 4 p. iu. River 31 foot
9 inches and stationary.
Thi! 15. 8. Rhea arrived Sunday night at
12 from Nasli villi., and discharged 00 tons
of pig iron for St. Louis. Sho left on her
return trip yesterday morning at 10.
The City of Alton left here for Now Or
leans at iVIO n. m. yesterday. She could
have taken at least 400 tons ruorj freight,
but the freight was not here.
The Cons. Millar from Memphis arrived
yesterday at 2 a. m. She had a good
freight trip and 30 cabin passengers. She
left for Cincinnati at 2:30 a. in.
The popular Vint Shinkle is due early
to-morrow morning for Memphis. Passen
ger Agent W. F. Lambdin will furnish
tickets at reasonable rates. Office 54 Ohio
TheGus Fowler will brintr down a large
party of "Fourth of Juliers." She will re
port here at 11 o'clock this morning.
The Btnall boy with his fire-cracker and
Chinese fireworks will cut a big figure iu
the programme for to-day.
The John B. Maude from Memphis ar
rived yesterday at 4:45 p. in., and left for
St, Louis at 0.
The City of Greenville passed down for
Vicksburg Sunday night.
The high-headed, rapid steamer Guiding
Star, the palace boat of the Southern Trans
portation lino, made excellent time from
N. O. to Cairo. Sho made the run in
days and 10 hours and transacted all of her
up-stream business; lost 2 hours at Natchez
and 4 hours at Memphis; arrived hero at
1:30 p. ii). yesterday; stopped 30 minute'V,
and departed for Cincinnati. Capt. llegler
was at his post, looking halo and hearty.
The Jos. W. (lair leaves Memphis this
evening for Cincinnati, and will report
here early Thursday . morning. Get your
"carpet-bags" ready. See W. F. Laiiibdiii,
The rapid City of Cairo arrived yester
day morning at 9 from New Orleans, and
received 90 tons of pig iron for St. Louis.
She had a fine passenger trip, and left at
11:30 a. in.
The fine Rig O liner, Golden Rule, is due
from Cincinnati to-morrow for New Or-
The Fannie Tatum arrived from St.
Louis last evenitiL' at 5. Sho did a large
amount of wa business in the Mississippi
to Cairo, and left for Paducah at 7 p.m.
She will again report here this eveniug on
her return trio for the Future Great. For
passage rates, seo W. F. Lambdin at 51
The towboat Piasa with a large tow of
rock passed dowu yesterday for Memphis.
The Belle Memphis leaves St. Louis this
evening for Vicksburg. Sho will report
bore to morrow evening.
The Sto. Genevieve this evening for
The W. P. llalliday leaves St. Louis to
morrow for New Orleans.
Business on tho wharf yesterday lively.
The little packet Octavia from Paducah
will bring an excursion party down to day,
to participate in tho Fourth of July testiv
Yesterday morning about 10 quite a
heavy rain storm visited our cify, but no
damage was done.
Tho big Charles Morgan will be the next
New Orleans boat up for Cincinnati.
Tho Silvorthorn arrived last night with
a large party of citizens from Hickman and
other places, who will spend tho Fourth
with us and tuko in tho races, park and
other places of amusement.
Chronic Looseness or tho Bowels
results from imperfect digestion. The cause
lica in the torpidity of the liver. A regular
habit of body can bo secured by taking Sim
mons Liver Regulator to aid digestion, to
stimulate tho dull arid sluggish liver aud rid
tho system of excessive and poisonous bile.
The Regulator corrects acidity of tho stom
ach, cures dyspepsia and permanently
creates regularity of tho bowels alike free
from laxity or costivenoes.
"I have never seen or tried such a simple,
efficacious, satisfactory and pleasant remedy
in my life as Simmons LWer Regulator."
"II. IIainku, St. LouiB, Mo."
THE LIQUOR DEALERS' CANVASS.
The liquor doalors' stato protectivo as
sociation has a permanent organization In
siity four counties of the state. The secre
tary of tho association is now engaged in
the southern part of the btate peifecting
the organization in the following counties:
Calhoun, Pike, Scott, Macoupin, Jersey,
Fayette, JelU'raon, Hancock, Marion, Bond,
Washington, Clinton, Perry, Franklin, Ran
dolph and Monroe. The leaders of the so
ciety disavow any marked preference for
either political party and any intention. of
attempting to shape nominations and elec
tions, but the following circular sent nut a
few days ago does not correspond with that
Li(Uoii Okaleus' and Manukactuukkh'
Association, State ok Illinois, Chicaoo,
Tumi 21 Sut: The board of trustees do
sires to call your attention to tho necessity
of iiututtdiate action on tho part of your
self, as well ss on the part of each and
every onu of tho members of yoor associa
tion, to interest yourselves in tho primaries
aiid conventions now being held for the
selection of candidates to tho legislature.
It niunt be plain to everybody that it is
much easier for us to prevent the nomina
tion of men who are opposed to our interests
than to prevent their election after they arc
nominated. If we can sccuro the nomina
tion of liberal men on both tickets, then our
work at tho election is unnecessary. We
call upon you to bring this matter at once
to the notice of tho local societies in your
district, .ami to see to it that no pains aro
spared to prevent tho nomination of candi
dates for the legislature upon whom wo can
not rely for liberal legislation upon the
subject of the liquor traffic.
Yours respectfully, Edwin Porteii,
AcousT TiMM.Cor. Sec.
Don't forget the fact, when you visit
New lork City that tho Grand Central
Hotel has been thoroughly refitted and re
furnished from tip to bottom, and that
prices are only $3.00 aud $3.50 per day for
board and room. 200 rooms on European
plan at $1.00 and upwards per day, also a
good restaurant attached.
Loveliest Among' the Lovely
is she who renews or preserves tho beauty
of her teeth with Sozodont, confessedly tho
most effective preparation fur them. Vol
umes of evidence might be adduced in sup
port of its claims to public confidence, as a
means of invigorating the teeth and render
ing them pure, glistening and spotless, and
not let-s satisfactorily proven, is its balmy
influence upon the breath. Ask for genuine
Sn.o lout, and accept no cheap substitute
Lynn, Mass., alway was a good place for
health, but it has become a modern Bethesda
since Mrs. Lydia E. Pinkham, of 233 West
ern Avenue, made her great discovery of the
egetaldo Compouud, or panacea for the
principal ills that afflict tho fair creation.
This differs, howrver, from the ancient ncene
of marvelous cures in (his important particu
lar: The healing agent, with all its virtues
can be sent to order by express or mail all
over the worM.
The, Loudou Lancet.
The "London Lancet" says: "Many a life
has been saved by the moral courage of the
sufferer" and many a life has been saved by
taking Spring Blossom in case of bilious
fever, indigestion or liver complaints.
Price .10 cents, trial bottles 10 cents. Paul
O. Schuh Agent.
"Linusky'h Bi-ooiiSrakchkr" the great
medicine for lever and ague, malaria, and all
blood poison. Don't fail to use it.
lALL FOlt CONVENTION.
A Mhhk Met'tlni? of the Di-mnrratlc voter of
Alexander county win no neiii at tn court hoimo
in Cairo, IIIIihiIb. on Haturday the 8th day of July
fur the purpoco of electing noven duli'jjBten to tlie
Ni'iiatnrial Convuntlon to ho ho'di'n at Jonoxboro
outne lltli of July. JAMKS.S. KKAKDhN.
Chairman County Central CommiUco.
a w .
C O A. L
Natural Fruit Flavors.
Prepared from the choicest Fruits, with
out coloring, poisonous oils, acids orartific
ial Essences. Alwnyi uniform in strength,
without any adulterations or impurities.
Have gained their reputation from their
perfect purity, superior strength and guaf.
ity. Admitted by all who have used them
as the most delicate, grateful and natural
(favor for cakes, puddings, creams, etc.
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, 111., an 1 St. Louis, Mo.,
kM-.ori.iipi.il. T-Mt llxii., Dr. PrlM'a Oo.a B.klo(
l'owdr, mnd llr. I'rlc'. l'lu ! rfa.i
WE MAKE NO SECOND CRADE COOD3.
NEW YORK STOllE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN THK CITY.
(JOODS SOLD V EH V CLOSE
O. O. PATIKR & CO..
Cor. Ninctcunthftreetl Ptl TU
Commercial Avunuo ,"ul"l ll"
MILL AND COMMISSION.
p A LLI DAY BROTHERS
FLOUU, OUALN ANl HL
Egypt ian Flouring Mills
HiirheHt Cash Pric Paid for Wbwat.
Conimcreiiil Aveinn ami Kiglilh Street,
F. BROSS, I'ruKident. I P. NKKK. Vlcu I'rei'nt
II. WKLliS, CiihIiIit. T. J. Kerth, Ats't cun
F. Bron Ca'ro I William Klute. .Cairo
1'eterNitir " William Vlf.... "
C. M OHti rloh " I . o 1'iittur "
K. A. liiulur " I II. Wu!U '
J. Y. Clumcon, Caludouia.
A UK.NEKAI. 1IAN KINU IHTSINK.SS DON K.
Kxclianuu 'old and buuijlil. lutoruit paiil in
tlm Saving Dcpartniont. CoIlecUouii lumiit aud
all ItuainuHS prumptly atlundud to.
rjJIEA. B. SAFFOIU).
Dally puck"! betwucu Cairo aud Mound C-tj C'.ip
tain Au -tin Uwou
Leaven I'alro H-.HO A. M.
' Mound City HiW " "
J" Cairo 11:)" "
" Jlonnrt City !:: P. M.
" Cairo 4:;W " "
" Mound Citv 0 " "
On HitiMlMvn nnlil furlliitr iiotli-.c tlm HnlFord will
mnko two round trlpa lu'iwoon Cairo vud Mouud
City, luavlnir Cairo at 0 a. m. and p. ni Mid
loavlriR Mound City at U o'clock a, in. and t) p. m.
1I1ECITY NATIONAL RANK.
Ul' Cairo, lllirioin.
Tl OHIO LKVKU.
A (ieueral Itiiitking' bUNiuos
TIIOW. W. UALLIDAY,
JNTKRFRISK SAVING BANK.
Of Cairo, .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK.
TIIOS. W. IIALUDAV,