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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 8. 1882.
FOR THIRTY DAYS ONLY!.
Sacrifice of Our Immense Stock of Spring and Summer CLOTHING
FURNISHING GOODS, Hats, Caps, ftc
A.T AND BELOW COST!
In onler to nuke room for our Fall Goods. Don't miss the chance ami get a Nobby or
Business Suit at very Low Figures. Our stock is full ami we must reduce it in the next
Thirty days. Look at the following prices in SUITS:
4. 14 44
A Very Fine
A Good Gauze Undershirt for
A Good Gauzamere Undershirt
A Good Dallirigan Undershirt tor 75c. A Fine Lysle Thread Undershirt for 1.00
Fine Hosiery at very low figures at
CHICAGO ONE PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE
Corner Eighth Street and Commercial Avenue, CAIRO, ILLS.,
M. "WEENEE, Proprietor.
Tr.:-tir.r- T J Kerth.
CI. rk-l. nt'ih. J. Foley,
iltmfior -Wri. H. (tllhrrl.
Att ni v -William Hecdrieka.
BOiHU or ALI)KMK.
-VM ward-Win. Mcllalu.T. M Klinbrongh.
,i.d W.rd-J. Iliukle.C. N. HuKbi-.
....... n...in if. ItlKki-. Jn in Wood.
k ml, Ward--Cbarlo.O. Pallor. Adoipl.
b n?,'h V. ard-T. W. Halllday. Brunt B. ratttt.
Ctr. int CI. rk -A. II. Irvln.
I rum-H..J. Iliimm.
Vttorn.yJ. M. Darnron.
County Troamiri-r-MlU; V
kroner-it. r "'K""1" ...
County ComnilxHiotura-l . v
.... i a
UalHday, J. A.
It I bin alia iwr w
t.Allio ilU'l'MT. -Corner Tsntta and I'oplsr
A re Li Pr'aol li.u llr-t and tblrd Sunduya In
; at reel " , P"-"' ?.i 7 ) ,(. m. : prayer meet-
f'wl 'J tali, acV..oi;:W..m
niTUurid.iy, . M'. '"u; v A BS!ji .alor.
i-i iirilOH OF TUB HrCOKBMKK-CBplwot.an
JCTIlKKAN-Thlrt4)onth ilrct; ferrtixa Bab
j bath I : : . m. ; Sunday actiool i P . m. Kot.
MHTHOOlHT-l'or. BUrbtb and Walnut Hroola,
Vroad&ablmth iWm. andT :l p. .m.
Minday Heliool at H:0 p. m. Rev. J. A. Hcarrott,
IlKKHBYTKUtAN Kliilith Hrert: preacblna on
K.illiath at H:(H m.and 7::M. ni. prayer
balinain av ""' , . Hhn.lnw Hrhyn
mS W.mI. d .t f:W "p. m. ; Hnnday' tUiul
St 5 p. m. Kuv. B. . 0r, imatof.
ST. ,IOSKI'irB-.Koinan Catholic) irner ' UroM
and Walnut, atroum; aorvlcoa Habbath 10:8)a.
m.i Hnnday School at p. m.s V 3 p. m. : tor
firia vurday at 8 a. ra. Uoy. O'lliira, l'rloat.
C2T. l'ATIUCK'H-(lomn Catholic) Corner Ninth
D Ptruot and Waahlnirlon aveunej torytcos 8ab
nalb and HI a. m, Vupr 8 p. m. i Sunday rlchool
g p. in. awrvlcua evury day at 8 a m. Hot. MiVHUiraoii
' iTlt. T1MK CAKD AT CAIRO.
TIUINII UKmiT. TIlANi '''V.
u.n hmj a.rn tVnll 4M a.m
tAccomMalloli.il :10 a.m Kxproaa ........11 MO a.n.
tKinroM I Accomdatlon..4:tia p.m
MIHH CBNTHAIi K. tt.
tviii 4::W a.in I tMall n:nnp,m
SVa;::r wills In I n :
HT. L. AC H. (Narrow ()iino)
fiir,.M Hii'Jfta.m I Kxpraaa.. ...... 4M5 p.m
AccomMutllin. 1 : P." I Aocom'.laloln MM p.in
tBxpniM II iHOp m I tBxproM......... .W i p m
tAocom nation. t:;iun I tAocom'dallou.U: a.m
WAIIAHU, HT. I.OtllM.. PA(!1P0 H'T PO.
Mill K.... 4:l!vmMiU Bl.... BilW p,m
Dally uicupt Sunday, t ll'y.
Mall (1:05 1. m. I Mall S:Mp. m.
fxpruai U:U) a, in. Bxproai :W p. ni.
All Wool Cassimere Suit, worth
' Scotch Cassimere Suit,
Something Elegant, worth
An Extreme Fine Cassimere Suit,
" Imported " "
Satin Lined Suits, worth
Don't Miss the
A Good India Gauzo Undershirt for 35c.
50c. A Fine India Gauze Undershirt for 75c.
Sl'MMKHTKltM, from .July 5, 12 weeks
FALL TKUM, from Oct. 2, 12 weeks
TUITION KOK TKHM
Common School, Academic and Commercial
QEOKGE II. LEACH, M. D.
I'livsician and Surgeon.
Spuclal attention paid to the Homeopathic treat
mi ni of surgical dlauatua, and diaeanus of women
otllcp; On 14lb atruet, oppoalto the Pott Olllce,
U. W. C. JOCKLYN,
OKPK'B-Blifhtli 8trat, nrar Oomn errlal Ann
U. E W. WIIITLOCK,
Orritu No. 136 Commercial Avonue, between
Kithtb and Ninth rHrnut
PROPKIETOR OF SrROAT'8 PATENT
ICE HYTHK CAR LOAD OR TON.WELl
TnKKD FOR 8UIPPINO
par Ijoada a Speoialtv.
Cor.Twell'tli Street and Lovee,
rrUE KKOVLAK CAIRO AND
I DAILY PACKET.
I1ENHY K. TAYI.Olt m
. . .Clerk
I.citvcn 1'aducab for Cairo dutiy (Sundays t'tcopt
cd) at 8 a.m. and Mound City at 1 p m. Return
lug, Lo&vea Cairo at 4 p. in. Mound. City at 5 p. in.
CAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
On r.nd after Monday, June 7th, and until further
notice the ruriyboat win make trips aa followa;
MATta LIAVXa L1ATII
Foot Fourth at. Mlatourl Land(. Kentucky Ldg.
8:00 a. m. 8:80 a. m. 8 a.m.
10:00a. ni. 10 IN) a. in. 11 a.m.
8:00p.m. 2:30p.m. 8 p.m.
4:00 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 5;00p.m.
3 p.m. 1:80 p.m. 8 p.m
O A. L
W F Lamhmn, river editor of I'm Iluum
and iteamboat paenner aijeut. Onion for all
kind of ttoamhoat Job printing aollclted. Oflko
at riantor. Hotel, No. M Ouio loven.
BTAIIKS OK TUB KIVEll.
The river marked by tlio gauyo Ins even
in!,' at 4 o'clock at thin port 08 feet 5
inclifs and risiti".
PittMburg, July 7-0 p. m. River 'J feet
I inches ami rising.
Cincinuttti, July 7-U p. ni. River 21
feet 1 inches and rising.
Louisville, July 70 p. ni. River 0
feet 10 iuches and fulling.
Niishville, July 7-0 p. ui. River 'J feet
7 inches and falling.
St. Louis, July 0-0 p. ui. River Hi feet
II i nc In s and falling.
The City of Ciiim from St. Louis, ar
rived at 4:!J0 p. ni. yesterday. She had an
excellent trip for Vicksburg at 8 p. ni.
Capt. Viekers commands this fino cralt,
named in honor of our city.
The City of Helena leaves here this even
ing for Memphis.
The Vint Shinkle from Memphis is due
up for Cincinnati to morrow night.
The Stc. Genevieve from Memphis has a
good trip, and is due here for St. Louis
early this morning.
The Chas. Morgan landed at Shawnee
town Thursday evening at 5 o'clock, going
up the river. She was 4 days and 23 hours
out from New Orleaus to that puiut. Pretty
The Fannie Tatum leaves St. Louis this
evening at 5 o'clock for Cairo, Padticah
and Cumberland river. She will bo due
here to tuonow night.
A telegram to the Globe-Democrat from
Cairo, dated July Cth, which appears in that
paper on Friday, 7th inst., says the City of
New Orleans landed hi re at 3 a. ui. and
Morgan at 4 a. ui. Thuroday morning. The
report is incorrect, as there was uot thirty
minutes difference. The writer was on duty
at the time and knows whereof he speaks.
Weather cool and cloudy yesterday. Fall
and winter clothing were generally woru
and looked comfortable. V'ennor seems to
understand his business.
The B. S. Rhea from Nashville will re
port here to-morrow evening, and will pro
ceed to Commerce after a lot of corn which
she will take to Nashville.
Business ou the wharf only moderate
The Will Kyle left New Orleans Thurs-1
day for Cincinnati. She will reach here
about Tuesday evening next.
The Gus. Fowler will bo among the im
portant steamboat arrivals to-day. She is
due at 2 p. m. and departs for Paducah at
5 p. m.
The Jas. W. Gaff from Memphis arrived
yesterday morning at 0:30. She had one
of the best trips of the season full of
freight and people. She was detained at
Osceola about ten hours repairing her
wheel, which sho camo near losing by the
Belle Memphis running in on her stern,
tearing off about half of it. Sho departed
for Cincinnati at 7 a. m.
The Andy Baum is duo to-day for Mem
phis. The Baum is the largest boat of the
Memphis & Ohio river packet line. Pas
sengers going south by river can secure
tickets at reasonable rates from W. F.
Lambdin, agent. Office 54 Ohio levee.
The W. P. Ilalliday left for New Orleans
at 4 p. in. yesterday. Sho had a very good
The Hudson is duo this evening fur St.
Louis, Capt. John Griffith cbief of cere
monies. There is some talk of an excur
sion from Cairo to St. Louis by river, and
if the citizens of Cairo desire to excurt the
Hudson is just the boat. Sho has an ele
gant full cabin with forty rooms, well lur
uishod, runs fast, and is under the miiuagu
mcnt of polite and courteous officers.
I ETTER LIST.
LIST Of LKTTKUB HKMA1NINO UNCAM.KD
KOK IN THK I'OSTomCB AT CAIHO, ILL.,
8ATU11DAY, JULY 8, 1882.
Freeman, Anna 4
Blackman, Clarry E
Thompson, AmanadaTomson, Anna
Washington, Addio Wrare, Ilita
Wetten, Cary M. Willingham, Joslo
Walker, Ida Willlanm, Mary J ,
Watkou, L Wilson, A
Adams, Louisa A
Brown, II M
Barker, J A
Clink, Jas II
Duncan, Jas II
Earl, H V
Booso, Elecke, col
Gardner, S E
llinebaugb, Chas F
Hutchinkson, Joseph Herman, Richard
Hunt, W II Jones, Robt
JenseiijAndrean Chas Jennings, R
Kemp, Dan I
Recob, Leonidas 4
Smith, J C
Speights, J II
Teas, R J
VanAiiken, J II
Noonan, E L
Wilson, II L.
Persona calling for the above mentioned
will please say advertised.
Gko. W. McKeaih, Postmaster.
He Couldn't Tit Him With a Pair of
A negro, with nothing but a ragged
look and a pnir of big kIkh's to distin
guish li i in, entered Bubo Hoflenstrin'o
store at New Orleans and asked to look
ut sonic shoes.
"Vut number do you vcar? Hofien
stein. "I don't '.aetly 'member," replied
the negro, "but it 'pears to me do num
ber is hoinewhar 'round fourteen," and
he held up a broad, flat-looking foot,
which shut out the light from the door
like a screen.
"My gr-r-aciotis!" exclaimed Hoffen
stein as he gazed at the dimensions of
tho negro's pedal extremity, "ef your
feet was a gouiile uf inches longer, my
Trent, dey would bo a bair uf vings, uu
ven Gabrial bhiys his drumpct all you
vould haf to do is to vork your feet und
you llys shust so good tis a little mock
ingbird. My gr-r-aeious, vat feet!"
"Look hyar," said tho negro, indig
nantly, "I didn't como to dis store to bo
'suited. I nebber talk 'bout anybody,
and I ain't gwino to low anybody to
talk 'bout mo. God made dera feet,
and 'iiinted me to tote 'em frow dis
world, an' you ain't got no right to find
fault wid deni. Fokes have mighty
'spisablo ways deso times, 'pears to
"Veil, my front, you don't must get
mad, you know. If you sou my broiler's
feet vot vas in New Jersey, you don't
dink you vas nobody. Vy, if my broil- '
or vas in New Orleans, und valk on his
hands in do summer dime, ho nefer get
sdnick on do. head mit do sun. His feet
vould be dwiee as much potter as an
unipivlla. Ho vas broud uf his feet, my
front, und eforypody vot has been any
vere near him say dot dey vas his
"I didn t como hyar to talk 'bout
foot," said the negro, "I come fur do
'spross purpose ob get tin' cr pair ob
shoos: if you ain't got tin v, say so, an'
I'm gwino siiinowhar else.''
"Vait, my front. Herman, come and
dake a look at do shentloinan's foot und
see if dere vas anyding in do store Vot
Mil vit him."
The clerk did as ho was bidden, and
said there was not a pair of shoos in tho
house that was largo enough.
"If von is all gwino to keep a shoo
store,''1 said the negro in disgust, "why
don't you hab shoes on hand dat will lit
"Veil, my front." replied Holl'enstein,
"ve don't can afford to keep shoos in do
stock vat will vit your foot. It vould
pay us potter, you know, to put u lid
und a gouplo uf handles to dose kind uf
shoos, und soil dom for ledder trunks,"
and with a bland smile lloffonstein
bowed the negro out. Xav Orleans
Croon corn is half ruim d if jou cut it
from tho cob. The process of munch
ing tin ear of corn is not a very fascinat
ing one for l ho lookers on, but thorn is
no oxeii.-c for over looking ut another
while he is rating. To get tho full
worth of tho corn you must oat it direct
from the cob. After tho plain boiled
oar, tho host preparation of corn id as a
ST. LOUIS & CAIRO II. It.
TRAINS UUN A3 FOLLOWS.
KxpruM anil Mall kavea Cairo, every day except
Sunday, at lo:U3 a m. Arrlv.a 4::iA p. ra.
Aci-oiiimoiliitlon uirlvua at !2:u& p. m. and du
parta at p. in.
JTOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Olllro of City C'lork. Cairo, Ilia., July 8rd, INKS.
Scaled proixmalH will ho rculvol at tlila olllco,
directed lolliuCI'.yCliirk of tho city of Cairo, un
til TiicKilny rvniiluK .Inly lotli next, for keeping nil
public drlfo wells In the city tu uood working or
dr for tho remaining portion of the ncal year
(April :ioih, 1HH:1). AUofor tliu laying of aewur
plpnon Commercial avuntiit, Mwneu Third and
Kilth HtroulH. anil lietwenn Nine 111 and Tenth
HlreetH, and ou Tw mty-aecond alraet, between
Walnut and IMnfl alrueta. Work to lie douu hiMh
fnetorvio iliDCouiinltteuon alrui-la. A irond and
aulllcl'iit bon J for twice llio amount or hill niurt
aeeoiiinanv nil liroiioaltlona. Tbo rlclit to reject
any and all hldx rerved by the my.
U.J. FOLK V, City Clurlc.
Natural Fruit Flavors.
Prepared from the choicest Fruit$, with
out coloring, poisonous oils, acids or artific
ial Essences. Always uniform in strenith,
without any adulterations or impurities.
Have gained their reputation from their
perfect purity, superior strength and qua.
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., and St. Louis, Mo.,
.leraof l.npulhi T-1 ),., Ir. Trie.', fma Baklif
ruvUtir, mud Mr. Prlee'i talqu. PrfuMc
WE MAKE NO SECOND CRAPE COOPS.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
in thf; city.
HOODS SOLD VTERY CLOSE
o. o. path-: It fc CO..
Oor. NinoteehlhetrBet 1 T'oiiin Til
Commercial A vuunu J 'lllllj, 111
HILL AND COMMISMON.
FLOUB. HRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Hieh8t CAHb Price Paid for Wbeat.
Uominertial Avenue and Eighth Street,
P. nHOSS, Vrldent. I P. NKI-'P, Vlco Proa'nt
II. WKI.lS, U;mlilur. T. J. Kerth, t cush
F. Broaa Ca'ra I William Kini,e. .Cairo
I'otiirNelT " William Wolf.... "
('. M Oatcrluh " I O. O. l'atter "
K. A. Uudur " II. Well
J. Y. Clem'ou, Caledonia.
A OBJiBRAt. HANKING RUSINBS8 DONE.
Kxclianitu aold mid boiiL'ht. Inlorurt paid In
tbo Havings Uepiirtmuiit. Collectloua uiiide and
all busluens promptly atlendud to.
THE A. B. SAFFORD.
Dally packet between Cairo and Moun d C'ly fap
tulu A ii "tin Owen
beavua 'ttlro (1:10 A.. M.
' M'liindClty 8::1" "
('alro II :W" "
" Mound City l::m P. M.
" Cairo 4:) "
" MoiiiiiICiIv " "
On Hiindav iiulll furl her notice tlin Hj.lFurd will
ninkii two round trip betM'eeii I'alro vnd Mound
City, leavlni; Cairo at II a. m. and 1::UI p. m and
leaving Mound City ut 11 o'cluck a, in. and p. m.
rjlIIKCITY NATIONAL ItANK.
Or Cairo. Illinois.
Tl OHIO LBVBB
CAPITAL, B 10 0.000
A (ieneral Nanking busiiuvss
TIIO. "NV. ITAialDAV.
JNTKlU'UIUK HAV1NU DANK.
Or Cairo, .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK.
TIIOSJ. V. IIAIjIjIUAV,