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HE1 Forward March!!! '232
into the mammoth Dry Goods establishment of J. & L.
BUJIGEB. Now is the time; this week. Come at once and
buy your costumes for the coming season. Those who have
tested their bargains in Linen Goods can testitify to the
sincerity of their advertisement. This week they will attack
the Dress Goods Department on all sides. Notice caretuliy
what they say. They are the acknowledged eaders m the
Dress Goods Line. Their Black Silks for.excellence of quali
ty, richness of color and extreme low prices cannot be beat.
Now they will sell cheaper than ever before. f In order to
meet the decline they are determined to sell everything
WITHOUT REGARD TO PROFIT.
They arc ready for action and await the opportunity to
scatter bargains on every side. Remember for this week
they offer at first cost their entire stock of Dress Goods,
such as Black Silks, Colored Silks and Satins, Summer Silks,
French Armere in all shades, Nun's Veilings, Cashmeres,
Buntings, French Diagonals, Serge andTricos in black and
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
MoticMtn tnie column, eignt cenu per Una tot
Brit in d tv centa per Una each tabieqaent inter
lion. Fur one week, 90 cents per line. Kor one
month. 60 cenu per Una
Brick For Sale.
I have now on haud plenty of brick for
sale from my new kiln just opened.
8t - Jacob Klein.
Piano For Sale.
A good second-hand piano at a bargain.
Apply to M. It. Kubne, at Cairo Opera
For Sale Farm.
A good farm in the timber, eighty acres
under cultivation; blue grass pasture; farm
contains 183 acres; in Bond county, Ilia.,
2 miles from railroad station.
E. A. Borbktt.
Ice, Wood and Kindling:.
Northern Lake Ice 50c. per 100 lbs.;
good, dry wood, sawed, ti per cord, and
kindling $1 per load, at Jacob Klee's.
Leave ordors at City Brewery. tf
Call at Mrs. S. Williamson's, on Bev
entb street near Commercial avenue, and
have your old bats shaped and made over
in the litest style for the small sum of
twenty five cents. tt
New Blacksmith Shop.
A new horse shoeing shop has been open
ed by Mr. P. Powers on Tenth street. All
manner of blacksmitbing and wagon work
done to order. Repairing work a specialty.
v Work done promptly. tf
pBt a, Schuli, agent.
J. C. Lange, East St. Louis, 111., says:
"Two bottles of Brown's Iron Bitters cured
me of indigestion."
Do Not Be Deceived.
In these times of quack medicine adver
tisements everywhere it is truly gratifying
to find one remedy that ifl worthy of praise
and which really dues as recommended.
Electric Bitters we can vouch for as being
a true and reliable remedy, and one that
will do as recommended. They invariably
cure Stomach and Liver Complaints, Dis
eases of the Kidneys and Urinary diffi
culties. We know whereof we speak, and
can readily say, give them a trial. Sold at
fifty cents a bottle by Harry W. Schuh. (3)
' If you need any Carpets, Lace Curtains
and Window Shades it will be to your in
terest to call on F. W. Rosenthal & Co.,
410 and 412 N. 4th st. St. Louis.
bKK a woman in another column near
Bpeer's Vineyards, picking grapes from
which Spoer'i Port Grape wine is made,
that is so highly esteemed by the medical
profession, for the use of invalids, weakly
persons and the aged. Hold by druggists.
There is no use talking! "Lindsoy's
Blood Searcher" is taking the lead for cur
ing all blood diseases.
tfucKicn'8 Arnica Salve
The Best Salve In the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Hheum, Fever
Bores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
23 cents per box. For sale by Geo. E
The Lips We Love to Press
inclose pearly teeth, and exale iragrance
when opened. If this double charm were
wanting, they mtouM lack their main at
traction and probably remain uukiued.
ttOZODONT willsecuro it. Discoloration
of the teeth, uuhealtliiucss of the gums, and
breath which onuses repugnance, are
completely remedied by this incompatible
beautifler and antiseptic ot the teeth, which
is as pleasant to taste and smell as it is re
liable in its action.
To all who are suffering from the errors
and Indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, Ac, I
will send a recipe that will cere you, niKK
or charoi. This great remedy was
discovered by a mliristor in South America.
Send a self -addressed envelope to the Bev.
Joskpo T. Ihman, Station D., Now York
f hivn tmi-n a. anfWnr tor veara with Ca
tarrh, and under a physcian's treatment for
over a year. Elys' ureara uaim gsve we
immediate relief. I believe I am entirely
cured. Q. S. Davis, First National Bank,
Aiizsoem, a, j.
Will you suffer with Dyspepsia and Liver
Complaint! Shiloh's Vitallter is guaran
teed to cure. Paul Q, Schuh, agent. (3)
The Daily Bulletin.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
l -. I . t Mnivimna T.. MtlU Tl.T tine.
.w i..ha. .Mil h.th. mtrlfMl arnot. if ealcu
Inted to toward any man's bualneae Interest are
Go to Bsup's for ice cream. It
Father O'Hora was expected to die
The usual services will be held in the
Lutheran, Presbyterian . and Episcopal
See our bargain in black silk at $1.50
worth $3.00. Stuart. It
Mr. Stephen Bird is said to be prepar
ing to rebuild his mill in Missouri, recent
ly destroyed by fire.
The man Healy, at Bird's Point, was
still improving yesterday evening when
Dr. Parker visited him.
- Go to Phil Saup's for ice cream of the
purest quality. It.
Mr. Richard Aenew, train dispatcher
of the Wabash road, has been laid up for
some time, but is improving.
Mrs. Burnett and several others expect
to make a trip to Dixon Springs next week
if the weather is favorable. They will go
by way of Vienna.
Only one hundred people will be per-
. Km Paducah on the Ella Kim
brough to-day. Go on me Uunt early or
you will be left. It.
Yesterday some of the uniformed re
turned from Nashville to their homes, by
the Illinois Central road. A delegation of
the Governor's Guard, of Springfield, were
A party made a raid yesterday on the
nsh in the Kentucky lakes. It pleased the
party and did not hurt the fish, at least not
to any very considerable extent. Moat of
the "bites" were trom mosquitoes.
New fans and parasols at prices to
please cash buyers, at Stuart's Popular and
Reliable Cash Dry Goods House. It.
The season for crazy Jim Orange to
fill himself with benzine, and howl along,
the street seems to have arrived. He grows
older and louder and meaner every year.
''It is a bloi on our civilization" that he
can not be suppressed.
Bishop Baltes, of Alton and of this dio
cese, will be here to-day to hold some im
portant service in the Catholic churches,
chief among which will bo the confirmation
of about two hundred children at St.
Andrew Lohr's Genuine Aromatic Bel
fast, Ginger Ale, a pare pleasant and
wholesome temperance beverage, is now
sale on at the leading saloons. tf
- The Negro who was shot in a quarrell
at Hodges' Park Thursday died Friday
night and yesterday Coroner Fitzgerald was
called to bold an inquest over the re
mains. At this writing be has not returned
and no news of the verdict has reached bore.
During this week public receptions
will be held at the public schools every af
ternoon, at which the parents of pupils,
and others, may be present to witness the
exercises; and on Friday commencement
exercises will begin.
The steamer Ella Kimbrougb affords
slendid accommodations for excursionsts.
Go on her to Paducah to-day and enjoy a
day's recreation. It.
Mr. Frank Borstadt, who has for four
years been in the employ of Mr. . A. Bu
dor, left last night for Deuver, where he
expects to go into busiuess for himself. He
is an expert workman at his trade and will
do well wherever he may go.
Tho two Cairo boys, Fred Patton and
James Uagarty, who sparred for a medal at
Harry Walker's Theatre Comique Friday
night, made things interesting tor a while
to the large audience gathered there. The
boys displayed some talent, but more cour
age. There was considerable difference in
their welghts,Patton being the heavier; but
it was nip and tuck through the first two
rounds and both got an equal share of the
applause. ButPatton's blows Anally told
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN:
on nsgarty and ho was declared the win
ner. At the conclusion Mr. Roland, of the
firm of Roland & Manning, challenged the
winner for another contest for the asme
medal. Next Friday the heavy weights
will spar for the other medal. -
The "Golden Star" and 'Triumph" oil
stoves lead all others. Go to C. W. Hon
derson for them. '
-The services in the M.E. church to-day
will consist of Baptism and the Eucharist
in the morning, and preaching in the even
ing by Rev. O. Nash, of Carbondale. Also
Love Feast at 0:30 o'clock a. m., in the
Lecture room, and Sunday school at 3 p. m.
Ice cream of all flavors at Phil Saup's
Captain T. W. Shields is on his way to
tho cast by a round-about way, taking in a
number of places of Interest. On bis re
turn he will visit Vaasar college aod bring
back with him his daughter and several of
the other youag Cairo ladies to spend va
cation at home.
Largost lino of ladies' and children's
Lisle thread hosiery ever short n in tho city.
See our great bargain in ladies' and gents
regular made fancy bose at 25, worth 85
Pay your own way on the railroads I
Israel Woirstein got mashed to pieces in an
accident on the Pennsylvania railroad and
the surgeons cut off ono of his legs. Weiu
stein sued for $:0,000 damages, and might
have got it, but the railroad's lawyer proved
he was traveling on a freo pass.
Lemon, strawberry, vanilla and a
variety of other flavors of ice cream at
Phil. Saup's to-day. !"
Cairo gardeners will begin to ship
cabbage this week and will receive good
prices. The crop here is In splendid con
dition and promises to be large. Elsewhere
the cabbage crop is not good, hence the
Cairo gardeners may stand some chance of
'bulling the market."
Stuart's Popular and Reliable Cash
Dry Goods House call attention to the rib
bon Btock. We keep the best ribbon madb
and offer it at prices as low as aBked for in
ferior grades. It.
About the 1st of Juoe an excursion to
Mammoth Cave is contemplated by the
teachers of the Southern Illinois Normal
school, for the scholars of the institution, to
spend the greater part of vacation.
The route of the party is to this city by rail
and to take the river here.
Phil. Saup has ice cream of every fla
var, soda ditto and a full line of confec
Friday was taken up in the circuit
court In the conclusion of the case of Dr
C. R. Clark vs. the estate of Wm. Self, in
which complainant took a non-suit; and
the acquittal of Dr. Leach upon the charge
of carrying concealed weapons. Owurt J-
Journed at six o'clock until to-morrow
' See our elegant line of white goods de
cided bargains in check Nanisooks and Vic
toria lawns, at 10 and 12J. It
The coroner's jury in the case of tho
negro shot at Hodges' Park on Friday by
Mr. George Hodges brought in a verdict of
justifiable homicide. The details of the
affair as developed before the jury differed
only from those given in yesterday's Bul
letin in that they made the shot which
killed the negro much more justifiable.
This afternoon at 2 o'clock, on Twenty
ninth street, a base ball game will be play
ed between a club known as the "Chicsgos"
and a picked nine.
Services at the Catholic churches to
day will be as follows: St. Patrick's
church, mass at 7 and 8:30 a.m. At St.
Joseph's church, mass at 7, high mass at
0 :30 and following the latter, the confirma
tion of large number 'of childrdn. In the
evening, at St. Joseph's church, adminis
tration ot the blessed sacremcnt and ser
mon by the bishop.
Attend the excursion to Paducah on
the Ella Kimbrougb to-day. Boat leaves at
8 o'clock this morning sharp and will re
turn before 12 to-night, remaining several
hours at Paducah. A pleasant trip is guar
an teed to all. It.
After a trip of Inspection through Mis
sissippi and Scott counties in Missouri,
mado a few days sgo, Mr. Ed. Scantland,
who is agent for several large commission
houses in Chicago, repprts tho prospects for
potatoes as very flattering. Indications
everywhere are favorable to a large crop
and good quality, and shipments will begin
about as early as usual.
Rev. F. M. Craine, who represents the
railroad branch of tho Young Men's Chris
tian association hero, returned to Cairo yes
terday from Ricine, Wis., whore he had at
tended a mooting of the secretaries of the
organization. He will resume active work
hero now. Ho has been In East Cairo and
mado some headway toward establishing a
branch of the Cairo organization there.
-Rev. J. F. Punerwil) preach t the
Baptist church this morning-subject, "The
Unseen Savior,"-and this cvening-eubjoct,
"Further Rewards and Punishment."
Sunday school 0:80 . m. At
4:15 this afternoon there will be a
meeting for the benefit of children and
young people -to which the children and
members of the city are cordially Invited.
A driver whose name is Joe Glano
When badly frostbitten in Mains 1
Couldn't weat his shoe, '
So what did be dot
St. Jacobs Oil cured his chilblain.
SUNDAY MORNING, MAE 27, 1883.
TnE ARGUS VS. THE LINEGAR
The J Argus does not tell the truth when
it says, that The Bulletin intimated that
the governor would veto the Linegar bills.
The Bulletin merely suggested that it
was very foolish in the Argus to indulge in
wild speculations in anticipation of cer
tain very evidently, untbougbtful of ac
tion under the bills before they were even ,
read, The Argus knows that it misrepre
sents The Bulletin when it insinuates
that The Bulletin said it "knew there
was no danger of a change of grade for
ten or even fifty years." The Bulletin said
that at present it could "see no reason for
believing" that there would be such a time,
The Argus is evidently trying ito re
treat from a fight in which it has figured
very ludicrously, under the cover of mis
representations and evasions. The Bulle
tin allowed it to rave until there seemed to
be some reason to believe that such raviugs
might work mischief among a few citizens,
when it deigned to protest against the con
tinuance of such foolishness. The Argus
anticipated and bewailed a condition of
things that its own senseless waitings alone
were slowly bringing about, and then,
cowardlike, sought to throw all the blame
for such growing condition onto innocent
shoulders. For this the Argus ought to bo
ashamed of itself, but it isn't. On the con
trary, it insists that it had good cause for
alarm ; It insists, by inuendo, its favorite
weapon, that Mr. Linogar's bills were the
concoction of a pack of scheming rascals,
who had conspired to rob every property
holder of every foot of ground within the
levees and bad bound tbemBclvcs together
by oaths to keep this gigantic infamy a
profound secret among themselves and to
carry it out unflinchingly, if not discover
ed And it appropriates to itself alone the
credit of discovering this infamous plot,
anJ of exposing it and driving the plotters
frcm the field utterly demoralized.
Mow, if we did not know Mr. Potter to be a
mtn of good sense, who would not indulge
in trifling gibberish about so important a
nutter as this,we should dismiss his charge
with the remark that his utterances wero
tin idly vaporings of a very active imagina
tion and that he was a formidable rival to
Minchousen or to the local editor of the
Ptducah News; but this would be d"ing
Mr. Potter a grievious wrong, hence we sub
mit that bis charge is worthy of serious
consideration, and this brings us to this:
admitting that Mr. Potter is right, then
Mr. Linegar must be one of the men who
compose this rascally gang, or ho must
have been their conscious and willing tool.
Ignorance in a matter of this kind, on the
part of a man of Mr. Linegar's mental
calibre and experience, cannot be admit-
jted; we insist, that be must have been a
I Hni.iin.fl ur.il tai i 11 i n n mA Tliis !u ilia
inevitable conclusion every sensible man
must Uraw from Mr. Potter's articles; it is
a charge made with the force of positive
knowlndge and couched in language that
can not be misconstrued. It is a serious
charge,reflecting upon Mr. Linegar's honor,
denying his faithfuluess to the trusts re
posed in him by the people of this district;
it is mado in all seriousness by a maa of
standing; it demands from Mr. Linegar a
prompt and complete refutation.
The Bulletin has sought to defend
Mr. Linegar and his bills against tho un
derhanded attacks of the Argus, because it
believed bim to be honestly and ably la
boring for the good of his constituents and
his bills to be of great value to the people
all the property holders of Cairo. It has
insisted that house bill 417 would be a
source of relief to property holders, in caso
any public improvements of the nature
contemplated by the bill, should be ordered
by the city council ; and it has insisted
that, as this bill gave to the city council no
important power which that body did not
possess before the bill was passed, (wL-ich
fact the Argus' also grudgingly admits)
therefore tho Argus, persistent and extrava
gant predictions of ruin and distress that
would be wrought by the city council in
exercising extraordinary powers assumed to
have been conferred upon it by this bill,
were very much worse than tho most con-
sumate damphoolisbncss were, in fact, ut
terances calculated to provoke a serious
breech of the peace and harmony, and
prosperity of this very peaceful, very har
monious and very prosperous community.
Tub Bulletin still adheres to this be
lief, and It is satisfied that the thinking
public is with it, but it believes that Mr.
Linegar owes it to himself to refute tho
grave chargo so earnestly and persistently
made against him by Mr. P ittur, and It of
fers him its columns for anything ho may
have to say for himself and his bills.
Mr. W. F. McKoe, local editor of the
Argus, returned to the city Friday and
resumed bis task on the Arcus. Ho had
beon away longor than the time allotted
him, had deviated from the route laid out
by him before be left and had been entire
ly lost sight of by his friends Jiore for a
number of days back. These friends de
cided on Thursday to send a tracer after
him, fearing that be bad joined the Wizard
or St. Jacobs Oil, open air singors and was
being led astray by them, or that ha had
been captured by an emissary ot the
Tewksbury alms-house. Tho only news
they bad from him, or rather about him,
was from the Cincinnati Commercial,
which was to the effect that he had passed
through that city on Tuesday and that the
wreck of the Commercial building was the
only token kindly left by him, by which
the people there ean recall bis visit. The
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Cor. 8th St. ft Wash. Ave.
Nolle) la tbia column ibree Uuei or lee 4 cent
onelnnartlon or $1.00 pfr week.
HOIt HAI.E. lllanka, Chattal Morgan, HpucUl
E Warranty and Warranty Deeds at the Bulletin
Job office 78 Ohio Lavee
WANTED A girl to do the cooking and jwner
al home work. Apply at tba corner of Uth
and Cedar Btreeta.
way of it was this : Mr. McKee was met
by a delegation of the fraternity headed by
Cons. Millar, river editor of the Commercial.
The party made a round of the
city together and dropped oil one by one
as tbey went from groceree and groceri
(Walt, always calling for soda straight to
the infinite disgust of Cons. Millar who in
variably to the other thing, also straight,)
until they reached the Commercial building,
when only Walt, and Cons, were left of the
party. Arrived here and standing on tho
walk in front of the building, Cobs, took
Walt, to account for his very apparent an
tipathy for Kentucky's native beverage when
the latter explained that he was, In prac
tice, rock-ribbed, copper-bottomed, sheet-iron-bound
tee-total temperance man though
he admitted with a wink, that at home,
in his profession, ho found it best not to
say very much about the matter, which was
probably the reason why Cons, was ignor
ant of his temperance proclivities. At this
Cons, burst forth in a hearty laugh, chucked
Walt, in the ribs and said, "You rascal."
Walt, only smiled in a puzzled sort of way,
but bis blood was up, he didn't like to be
chucked in the ribs as though be was a
sand-bag fur pugilists to practice upon, and
he thirsted for revenge; and when Cons.,
whose good humor was now thoroughly re
stored, told one of those side-bursting jokes,
of which be is chock full, Walt, gathered
himself well together, held both his sides,
swayed back and forth and from side to
side several times while he inflated his longs
and theo ye gods! the air was rent with
a report that shook the earth to its centre;
people, terrorized, with blanched faces aod
Bhaking limbs, rushed from their houses
and through the streets in confused multi
tudes. But the sound which bad burst
upon the air with a crash, gradu illy died
away as it ravarberatod in the distant Alle
ghaniesjhouses which had shaken as though
attacked with an ague became steady again,
after a few miuutes people became calmed
and scatterod again to seek their bomes,
everything was as it bad been but an hour
beforo, excepting the Commercial build
ing, which had fallen with
a dull thud in a mass of ruins to the earth.
Walt, had only laughed in his usual way,
but he had taken fearful revenge upon Cons,
"and all his house," and left complete mas
ter of the situation, none daring to molest
him. An order was promulgated that he
be captured and muzzled, and the sheriff
and posse had been sent out to exe
cute the order; but the intended prisoner
merely smiled in his richest bari tone and
the officers were vanquished and routed.
But Walt, had a good time; he enjoyed
tbo trip and we congratulate him upon his
safe rctur n. ,
One woman whose husband does more
scripture reading than pleases her Is Mrs.
S. P. Sales, of New Concord, Ohio. She
has jmt begun proceedings for divorce, on
the ground that her husband holds family
worship three times a day, selecting pass
ages condemning all kinds of sinful acts
and then, in the presence of the children,
making application of tbo passages read to
her caso. She has figured as "awtul ex
amplo",for Mr. Sales's harangues about long
enough, she says. .
A $20,00 BIBLE REWARD.4 ;
Tho publishers of Rutledge's Monthly
oifor twelve valuable rewards in their Month
ly for June, among which is the following:
We will give $30.00 in gold to the per
Bon tolling us which is the shortest i verse
in tho Old Testament Scriptures , by June
10th, 1883. Should two or more correct
answers bu ruceived, the reward will be
divided. The money will be forwarded
to tbo winnor Juno . 15th, 1888, Persona
trying for the reward must send 80 ' cents
in silver (no postage stamps taken)' with
their answor, for which they will ' receive
the July Monthly, in which the name and
tddress of the winner ot the reward and the
correct answer will bo published, and in
which soveral more valuable rewards will
be offered. Addross, Rutledge Publishing
Company, Easton, Penn. '
Additional Local Items on Third Page-
Material Known for the Purpose
all stripes and colors, covers patches and wi
wall with two coats; and one coat will pr
coat of any other preparation, on the san
and learo our prices,
Our wa?on are now dpliverinf, t
DISTILLED WATER JC
to all parts of the city.
We solicit yonr patronage and astro
yon that we will serve you regular
Absolutely Pure Ice!
We guarantee fall weights at
Delivered 100 lbs. and upward, 4C
Delivered less than 100 lbs., 5(
Leave orders at onr Factory,
Telphone No. 98.
EYerybody is invited i
come and see the model I
The Distilled Water Ice M, C
,McuiTnurerl Cairo, Iiliuo?
DRY GOODS and NOTION
a fall line of all the UUat, neweat colors
and quality, and beat manufacture.
CARPET DKPAHTMKN' V
Bodr Brunei, Tipcatrtet, Icfcrami, Oil
Cloths, Ac,, Ac.
Clothing aod Gents' Wiif
TM Dipartmeat occaplei a full flo-r and
la complete Id all reapecta. Good are
guaranteed ot lateat atria and bet ma
terial. Bottom Prices and First-class Good
Shop on Hallldajr Avenue, between fourth a
tsmn Bireeu, uairo, Illinois.
tVAll klndi ol Hunt and heavy blackimlthl
wagon and carrlaze work done In tbe mo t wo
manlike manner. Horee-sUoolng a epecialty a
H. E- INGE,
Manufacturer and Dealer In
6th 8 tree k, between Com'l At. tud Lovoo.
CITOKE BORING A SPECIAL!
ALL KINDS OP AMUNITIOS.
Vafei Hesalred. All Elnda ol Kara Made.
N. B. Thistlewood & Bro.
. DEALERS IN '
GRAIN, . ,.
. , , . HA
GRAIN SACKS tod TWINE
NO. 80 OHIO LEVEE,