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THE DAILY OAIKO BULLETIN! SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 17, 1SS3
Grand Opportunity !
We will close out our entire stock of Dry
Joodsat extraordinarily low prices to make
room for our Fall and Winter Stock. To give
you some idea we will
fl.oicc Calico, "
Choice viisliu. - 5e,.; worth He
lonsdale Muslin, . c ; wortn lOe.
-tioit ln-i 8(.o;ds, 12 l-2c; worth 20-.
All Wool r.unlltur. 17 wot-th 25c.
S iiiiiimt Silk. - 50c; worth tt & 0c
Full Lino Ladies' Slippers
Linen Laces in all widths to
Call (iii us and give us a fair
you that we are ottering goods lower than can ue sow eise
where. 'T & Ij M KG Kit,
124 COMMERCIAL. A.VK.
SIMWIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
W..tiri In ttii column, eiirnt rem per linn for
trr ami Ave rent, per una eacuiuiwtiiitiiii iu.oi
lli.ii. for oiie week, lucent per Hue. Kur one
li.niilli. uicdiiU per line
Whom It May Concern.
All person mid coinpmies are warned
not to credit wiy person or persons using
my intuit' as I fwvd net authorized any mm
to use inv name aud will not Ik) respoiiHi
ble l.r any debts. Wm. IIakukix.
Fourth of July Bids."
i aled bids for 4 stands at the Park on
the coming 4th of July celebration ol the
Hough and Heady Fire Co., will be re
eeiveii until Siitur.lay June 23d. Stand
No. 1, lunch, coffee &c. SUnd No. 2, lem
oniole, bottle suda and cigars. Htaud No.
3, ire cream, Cf.kes, fountain soda. Stand
No. 4 confectionery, fruits, nuts &c. All
Liids must be accompanied by security for
amount bid. The committee reserves the
ri;;ht to reject any or all bids. Address,
W. F. Chekkv, Secretary.
Farm hands; waives f 15.00 per month.
Apply to II. J. Deal & Son, Charleston,
Mo. m tf.
For Kent or Sale.
One of the most desirable resiliences at
Villa Hiil;'B. Apply to or address Mrs. E.
H. Workman, Villa Ridge, III.; also piano
for sale. 2w
lee. Wood and Kindling.
Northern Lake Ice 50c . per 100 lbs.;
good, dry wood, sawed, I per cord, and
kindling $t t load, at .luc.nh Kiev's.
Leave orders at City H.-ewery. tf
Sew Blacksmith Shop.
A i.ew horse shoeing shop has been open
ed by Mr. P Powers ou Tenth street. All
Manner of lihcksmithing ami wagon work
done to oilier. Impairing work a specialty.
VoikMoue promptly. tf
We uuunoi help noticing the liberal offer
iiimIi' to nil invuli s and sufferers by Dr.
Kings's New llisenvtry for'Coiisumption.
You are requested to call at Birclay
Uios' iliun store, and get a trial bottle
free of cost, if you aie suffering with'Con
Mimption, SeViiu Coughs, Colds, Asthma,
Bronchitis, It i y Fever, Loss ol Voice,
lIonrseness.fr any affection of the throat
or luii'. It will positively cure you. (0)
S, M. Dukes, Colfax, Ind., sUtes tlmt bis
wife had it tumor on her neck five years,
viid ' -Lindyey's lllooil Searcher" cured it
Wcithy of Praise.
A anile we do not recomiueml Patent
Medicinis, lint when we know fif one that
really ii a public benefactor, ami docs
positively cure, then we consider it our
duly to impart tjiat information to all
Kleclric Hitters are truly a most valuable
Medicine, and will surely cure Hiliousness,
Fever and AiU", Stomach, Liver and Kid
toy Complaints, even when all other rem
ulies fail. 'e know whereof wc speak
mid can freely recommend them to all.
fcxcli. Sold at titty cents a bottle by liar
Clay Hros. (0)
Charles Knop, 4'.' Cornelia St., Chicagi
III., avs: ''I have lound Brown's Iron
Hitters to he a valuable nmedy for dyspep
I could scarcely speak; it was almost
impo-kihlc t' breathe through my nostrils
Vninj; H'ys' Cream Udsani a short time I
was entirely reliev.td. My head lias not
no been ko elcir nor voice so stroni in
yeais. I r-'iTiiiuneiul this admirable reme
dy to nil ittllicled with catarrh in the head,
1. O. Tii lienor, dealer in boots and shoes,
Kli.ubcih, N. J.
Wi ilk Given Out. On receipt of vour
ulilti Hs wu will in- kw an offer by which
yon can earn 3 to 7 cvetiiiigs, at your
home. Men, Women, Hoys or Oirls can do
it. II.!. Wilkinson & Co,, 195 nod 1U7
Kulton Street, New York.
burkien'H Arnica salve
The Best Salve m thu worbl for Cuts,
Jlrnii-es, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
hores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
'ohm. and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
run s Piles. It is guaranteed to uivc per
f n t a itisfaction, or money refunded. Price
.25 (t uts pur box. For tale by Harry
j)ropy and Kheumalimii.
Drnpniml and Rheumatic persons find
the use of Speer's Port Grape Wine, ot New
Jersey, of incalctlnble benelit. Its purity
and 'valuable properties have eiven it a
wide reputation iitnoiijj physicians through
nut this country and Kuropa. This wine
look the highest premium at the late Cen
tennial. It is x client lor weary and de
bilitated (enisles, at.d used by the best fam
ilies in New York as an eveulug family
wiue. For isle by Paul. O. Schuh.
mention a few prices:
Flick Dress Silk, 75c; worth 91.25
Lawns, 5, & 7c; worth 8, 10 &. 12 1-2
Turkey KedTahle LiueM'O'.;
Klt'iLchi'd Tublc Linen. 25c.:
to bo closed out at any prices,
be sold regardless of cost.
trial, and we will convince
The Daily Bulletin.
UKNKRAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices in tneio coinnitii, tan com per Mac,
rli laxertion ui wbnlber marked or not, if caluil
Uteri to Toward auy uinn 'a iMalne Intercut are
always paid for.
The rain seems to have censed, and it
it lots, farmers w ill be glad.
Mrs. Frank Qaligher is in Puducah,
visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. 0. b .
Call and examine the fine stock of
Pianos and Organs at Jocelyn's. It.
Mr. Wm. Harrell has a notice in spe
cial locals this morning, of importance to
business men and others.
The destruction of worthless canines
by Chief Myers goes bravely on. Yestei-
day another halt dozen were made to bite
Compatibility in marriage is learned
by phrenology ot Prof. Patty, at tho How
ard House. It.
Mrs. Fannie Kattman, a New Orleans
evangelist, will preach in the Eiyth street
Temperance Hall to mot row evening at
7:30. Seats free.
The hot biscuit man was at work at
the New York Store yesterday and the day
before and had all ho could do to supply
the demand all day along.
Andrew Lohr's Genuine Aromatic Bel
fast Ginger Ale, a pure pleasant and
wholesome temperance beverage, is now
sale on at the leading saloons. tf
The muscular boom has passed over,
and indicates an early decline. Sullivan
has commenced drinking very bard, while
Jem Mace has been knocked out of time by
an EnglMi lord.
Probably Prof. Storer's cornet bund
will furnisli music for the funeral of the
late Bernard Symtli t'uis afternoon, and the
old Silver Cornet band will attend in a
body as pall-bearers.
The steamer Three Stabs will make
an excursion trip to Fort Jefferson this af
ternoon, leaving the wharf at 2 o'clock
Hound trip 25 cents. It
Rev. A. W. McGuha will conduct ser
vices at the Baptist church this morning
and evening at the usual hours, and regu
larly each Sabbath hereafter. Sunday
School at 9 :a"0 a. m.
A good piece of work whs done yester
day under direction of Health Ollicer
Myers in the drainngenf a pond of
s'ule water on the vacant lots at the corner
of Eighth Btreet and Ohio levee.
Four more barges of steel rails for the
southern division of the Illinois Central
road, arc expected to arrive here to-day for
re-shipuieut by rail from Eist Cairo.
Gray's Iron Line hi ini;s them from Pitts
After some energetic work, Superin
tendent Warner, of the telephone exchange
has the Mound City lino again in operation.
The wire was put up on the Western Union
poles and will henceforth be less liable to
The Rev. R. B. Uoyt, Dean of Me La; -eaboro,
will oillciate at the Episcopal
church to day. Hours of services, Holy
Communion, 7 a.m., Morning Prayer and
Sermon 11 a. m., Evening Prayer and S .r
niou 8 p. m.
Children's dy at tho Methodist church
this morniug will be a grand affair. The
church lin been beautilully decorated with
flowers, i tc, and tho service will be very
interesting. Suuday school will be held
at thu usual hour.
Mr. Win. Ilurell expects soon to hmve
the city on a visit or several months to a
sister living in Waupaca, Wisconsin, whom
he has not seen for over lorly e()Hrs. He
expects to leave about the end of this
At a b inquut in Sparta on tho eii-hth
Prof. Horn charged thoCarlmndalo Normal
with iueffioicucy. He condemned tho pre
paratory department as a waste of money
on the part of the teachers. He mote than
insinuated that its professors spent more
than half their time In teaching brauehes
which are better tnught in the Sparta,
Chester, I)u Quoin and Cairo high schools,
and recommended that tho standard of ad
mission to tho normal department be rais
ed. This is tho first time wn have heard
the work of the Normal questioned.
dipt. John S. Hacker, of the steamer
Three State,", and family, left Friday for
Chicago for a short term o recreation
During dipt. Hacker's absence, Captain
George Farns'.vorth presides at tho wheel
of the Three States.
There will bo no services or Sabbath
School at the Fretbyterian church to-day
because the seats have been newly oiled
ami the dump weather of the last few tlsys
has prevented the oil from drying sufficient
ly to permit the use of the seats.
IheTllinois Central passenger train
duo hew yesterday at 1 1 :30 a. m. did not
arrive until 1 :i!0 p. m. The cause of tho
delay is not positively known ami conse
quently sonm wild reports of a dire disas
ter at some point not far from here were in
it is estimated ny persons who :iave
taken pains to post themselves, that during
thu present senson twenty thousand barrels
of Irish pnUtocs will bo shipped from
points in Illinois and Missouri, along the
Mississippi river between this city and
The steamer "Massac," tied up by Con
st ible Martin at Metropolis the other day,
is owneil 1 y Mr. Charles Faro, ot Metropo
lis and the debt for which she is tied up is
due Messrs. Hopkins & Robarts, of Indi
anapolis. The boat is advertised to be sold
on the 7th of July.
-Friday and Saturday thirty-five hogs
heads of tobacco were sold at the warn-
Imiisv ol Messrs. Asbbrook & Robinson, ou
Tenth street. The prices brought were,
lugs, $3 75 to $5 per-ewt.; leaf, 5.50 to
$8 50 per cwt. The firm is evideutly in
creasing its trade.
-A man named Mooney was raising
Cane on Eleventh street early yesterday
mommi;, abusing a tcamattr and throwing
a brick th rough the window of a house uesr
the city jtil. C'oustable Martin took
Mooney in and yesterday Magistrate Coin
ings gave bin; a stay of execution.
No cine has yet been discovered to the
fellows who entered tho grocery ol Mr.
Win. Ilarrell at the corner of Eleventh and
Cedar streets sometime ago, by tearing out
a patch of the wall, and carrying out a large
quantity of groceries, flour, bacon, suar,
coffee, soap, etc. These lold theives must
live not far away from the scene of their
leprcdation and lnve some good friends.
Yesterday the water above tho city
was within about a foot of the top ot the
county road between here and the bridge.
It is thought that by this morning tho wa
ter will stand over the road in some places.
A party of young people Went over the
road to Mound City on house back last
evening, intending to return by moonlight.
How they fared has not transpired at this
A man named Dashears, father of the
little fellow killed on the Wabash road a
few days ago, came to town from Sr. Louis
j ist after the death and burial of his son
and fotthwith proceeded to follow his old
habits of getting drunk and abusing his
family. Yesterday Chief Meyers arrested
him and Magistrate Comings gave him a
stay oi' execution on condition tint he
The St. IJnuis and Cairo road presents
this record of locomotive performances for
May: The average cost of running for
twenty-two engines per mile, is given 11.7
cents. A consolidated freight is figured
out at 11 cents, and the lowest passenger
performance, that of engine 29, run by
John Patterson, is 0.7 cents. Patterson's
engine lso presents the remarkable aver
age liudng the month of 103 miles to one
ton of coal. .
There are probably many cisterns in t lie
city that have sipewater in them, the uso
of which causes more sickness than any
other cause. The Punlying Pump sold by
Lancaster & Rice is warranted to purify
the water inside of ten days, or money re-
iunde.1. Also all heart shaved cypress
shingles, making a roof lust longer than any
other kind of shingles Mild in this country
The Asbestos Roofing is conceded to be
the best lor fl it roofs, preferable to lithor
tin or iron; constan'ly kept in stock by the
above tunned firm. 2t
At Harry Walker's theatre Friday
ui-hl Jim. 'HutchiiiH and Geo. (). Farrii
contested with the gloves for the heavy
weight medal put up by Mr. Walker lor
the champion sparrcr in the city. As usuul
a large crowd was present to witness tho
contest and tnucli interest was manifested
Tho c ud stunts took things as easily aa
possible and made fewer "bad breaks'1 than
othors made before them. Hutching proved
to be the more practiced of the two and
displayed more skill and coolness; but
Farris surprised most people present by tl.
several neat licks ho got in and the length
of time he held out. The contest was do
dared a draw alter the fourth round, to be
repeated by tho same parties liext Friday
Two negro wonuin named Huttio Hen
dorson sin! Anna Moore, living lu Clark
i i .. . I. i. .. i - . .. . .. , .
diock, nan a row yesieruay, Anna was
about to manifest her affection (or lktllo by
administering unto her a hearty thrashing
with a cane; but Bettiu was the more niu-
t mar tu win iwo ami sue iook ttiu cane
away from Anua and gave her thu drubbing
intended for herself. Magistrate Coinings
lined Anna five dollars mid costs for dis
turbing the peace and Justice Robinson
discharged Hettie who was brought before
him on a change of venuo from Magistrate
Comings, under a Bitnilar charge preforod
against her by Anno, on tho ground that
she had acted in self-defense. No further
criminal business was done in tho police
courts of the city yesteiday.
Our enterprising fellow citizen Samuel
Burger lias decided upon a scheme that is as
magnanimous as it is grand, to introduce
himself to t lie people living along the line
of the Texas & St. L'mis railroad and of in
troducing them to Cairo. It is his Inten
tion (and he has already opened negotia
tions with the managers of tho road) to run
an exeurMon train from Jonesboro, Aik.,
to this city on the Fourth of July next a
train consisting of eight or nine coaches
and several baggage cars, It is Mr. Ilur
geis's object exclusively to make the ac
quaintance of the people along this road,
therefore the fare for round trip, from all
points along the road, will be tneiely nomi
nal. He will make it conditional, however,
that a l persons holding tickets must call
upon him id his store to have tliein punch
ed before they will bo good to return on,
and as a further inducement for thu excur
sionis's to call upon him, he will re'tind to
each 25e. of the price paid by tin in for
their tickets. This is certainly a very orig
inal scheme to gain trade and if pushed
through as contemplated must succeed even
beyond the expe t itions of tho ingenious
projector. If the plan is carried out, Cairo
will be crowded with people from along
the new road on the Glorious Fourth.
The Thirty-third Illinois legislature
will He a thing of the past to-morrow. Fri
day last the Democrats of the house, by re
fusing to vote for the general appropriation
bill, thus defeating that measure, unless
the Republicans of the senate would "s
the house resolution providing for adjourn
ment to-morrow and cut off a twenty-five
thousand dollar item for useless purpose.
brought the Republicans to time ami in
duced the passage of the adjournment reso
lution which had beeu ignored for over a
week iu the senate. But the Harper bill is
passed, and sigued by tho governor. It
ouly required a few moments for the senate
t-j complete the legislative part of this
fraud. It was parsed by Republican votes,
receiving more than enough to put it
through, one Democrat, Mr. Edwards of
Hamilton county, alone giving it his vote,
while two or three Republicans voted
against it. It was signed by Gov. Hainil-
on before the echoes of the roll-call which
sent it to him for his approval had fairly
died away. This unseemly haste on the
pirt of the governor to give tiiis political
scheme the executive approval is certainly
in bad taste, for it is generally believed as
the right thing that be at least gives every
measure, however proper, a certain amount
of deliberation before making it a law.
The bill was reported to the house as en
grossed and signed in less than an hour af
ter it was anuouiiced as passed by the Ben
ate. FUNERAL NOTICE.
The funeral of tiie lale Mr. Benurd Smyth
will tike place this altcrnoon. The pre
cession will leave the residence on Ohio
levee at 1 ;!J0, and the church, corner Ninth
and Washington avenue, at 2 p. in. Re
mains will be taken to Villa Ridge by spe
cial train from the foot of Eighth street.
The friends of tin) family are invited to at
This beautiful refuge from hummer heat,
dust and mosouitoes. is now onen
r the season. Three never-failing
Springs of coldest water whoa medical
qualities have stood the test of
more than sixty years continual use, the
waters of each of a different kind, serve a
diff.-rent purpose in bringing strength to
the feeble and health to the hick. These
Springs are in a mountain valley whose
sides are of perpendicular cliffs, a hundred
fet-t high, jutting out here and there in
fantastic chapes resembling beasts and birds.
The woodland paths arc a continual temp
tation to long and delightful rambles of
which one forgets to become weary.
AN AKTIKICIAI. LAKE
for boating and fishing has been added
to the natural scenery, bounded on ono sido
by cliffs at whose base the water reaches a
depth of leu to fifteen feet and the other is
a gradual slope from tho hills, tho whole
covering several acres of ground,
"No. P the "Iron Spring'Mins properties
that are unsurpassed as a tonic and is almost
a specific for malaria,
"No. 2" thoMrtgnesin'isa never failing
remedy for dyspepsia, and liver or kidney
troubles, and the "Alum Spring" does
the bestseivico as a wash for eiuptions or
disease of the skin.
A new bath house is by no means the
least among the latest additions.
The cottages have been thoroughly renova
tod; the beds are furnished with mattresses
and springs; new cottages have been built;
the dining-room is huge and airy and the
kitchen is in charge of a first class steam
boat cook all, for the summer, at 8.00 per
week; children under 12 years, second or
hcparato table, half price.
PurlicB from Cuiro can take un early
breakfast at homo or at Vienna and arrive
at thcr Springs iu time for dinner; fare
acrous by hack 75 cents or by private cm
veyanco for three or more 75cts. to $1,00,
trunki extra. J, E, Lemen, Prop,
P.O. Allua Springs, HI.
IIKA DClUARTEItS FOR
Druggists, Physicians, Painters and General Store-Keepers.
DEPOT & AGENCY FOB
Dr. B. A. Smith's Med..
Bull's Cough SyrupJ
August Flower, German Sy..
Wood's Fever Pills,
Audubon's M'king Bird food
Penetrating Oil, -St.
Painless Com Cure.
White Lead, White Zinc,
Colors, Dry and in Oil,
Artist's Tube Colors,
Prepared House Paints,
Wnx Flower Material,
Paint nud Varnish Ilrushes,
Oils and Varnishes,
Window Glass, Putty,
Gold Leaf & Bronzes,
B?"Agenls for Austin's Forest Flower
7-4 Olxio Lsvee and.
Cor. 8th St. Wash. Ave.
ST. MARY'S PARK
eJ ULY 4, 188a.
(JIVKN UV 1HK
JtOIJGH AND HEADY
Flit K COMPANY,
NO. -), Of C'AtHU, ILL.
Tbe Committee having tliia Ci-k-liratloo Id cha'tfe
111 rnl.-HViir 111 TTltiU.. It nriM rtl lli.u..nyl..i . .....
rvi-r bt-ld tu Southern Illinui. There will bo
pli-iily of fau of I'Vi'tv ileneriptlmm, over
In, pre iii I ii m on the rnceo. fine (irand HarJIo
Knee torevvryhndv. t a-lle Saddle IUe and all
ojh r kind-of raeea. The Company will (rife a
Fine .Strt t Parade And reonpata rvervhoilv n
Join In and maku tlieKnurtb of Jul ol Iskl c'orl-
oua io u-e kojiim ol Cairo and urroundiDK
(ouiit'y. 1'rof. htorer'a Fine Ilraa and Striuif
Hand ban h eu euxaireft fur thu oc anion. Kriry
JO-tni SVBAUALA. President.
F. W. I'hkbhy. ijerretury.
Mi and l!8 Commer- (i,,i,,n Til Junto
DRY GOODS and NOTIONS,
a full line of all the Intent, nuwepl color
and quality, and lient manufacture.
i;Aiti'i':r ukpaiitmkv r.
Body Hmhom-Ik, T iiii-ntrlen. Iieiaiim, Oil
Cloth. ., Ac.
Clothing and Gents' Fur
Ti 1). partmen' orrnpio a full flint an I
is complete In all renpec. UoimI are
jruaranlccd ol latent atyle and lieft ma
terial. llottoiii PricM and First-tlass Goods I
SEMI-ANNUAL CLEARING SALE
SUMMER I DIIESS I GOODS
LOWKST PltlCES EVER SEEN IN THIS CITY AT
STUART'S POPULAR and RELIABLE
CASH DRY GOODS HOUSE.
Owiiiic to the unseasonable weather of the past two
months our .stock of Summer
should be, we have, therefore, decided to sacrifice all our
profits in order to effect a speedy clearance. Every yard ot
Summer Dress (Joods to be closed out. This is an oppor
tunity not to be neglected by judicious buyers of Dress
floods. See the following reductions:
1 lot Summer Silks, reduced from G5 to 50c.
1 lot Summer Silks, reduced from 00c. and $1.00 to 75c.
1 lot Summer Silks, reduced from 0 and 85 to (55c.
J2-in. extra fine Albatross Cloth, worth HOc, reduced to 05c.
J2-in. all wool Nun's Veiling, brocaded, worth SI. 50, reduced
Full line of all Wool Colored Buntings, reduced from-25c.
42-in, all Wool Lace Runting, worth $1.00, reduced to 75c.
i a a m-m . . . . . -m 1 At If A i l
Genuine French Satteens, minced from w to wc.
Fine American Satteens, worth 35c, reduced to 25c.
Strined Viriori)i, Liuvns. reduced from 25c. to 20c.
f!lufl: Vsiinunnlr nf 10 wnvfli IKf.
Full lino of Dotted Swiss, at reduced prices.
New Lawns, at 5 and 7ic.
Nice Organdie Lawns, only 121c.
Cash buyers of Dry Goods will find it pleasant, and profit
able to deal with us. Out-of-town buyers are requested to
pay us a visit of inspection, or send to us for samples for
comparison. CHAS. R. STTJA.RT.
And all standard Pharma
and a General Line of Druggists' Goods.
SUNDAY, JUNK 17,
Thla exruraWiii t irivun by ('apt. Klinliroui(h and
wll he under bia tpecWl up-rviitoti. It will lie a
pleaaaul and aurceaaful alla r v. I b a Select Party.
No inproper character' will he pi-met led oa
under any eoulneratlon. (Jo and U.ejuur aweei
heart, your lve and your children.
Fare Round Trip, $1.00
A Rood Hiring Band tll accompany the ticonlon.
Our wagons are now delivering' the
DISTILLED WATER ('E
to all part! of the city.
We solicit your putronure anil assure
yon that we will herve you regularly
Absolutely Pure Ice!
We guarantee full weights at all
PKK CW T.
Delivered 100 lbs. and upward, 40c.
Delivered legs than 100 lbs., iiOe.
Leave orders at our Factory, or
Telephone No. t8.
Everybody is invited to
come and see the model Ice
The Distilled Water Ice Mfg. Co,
Dress Goods is larger than it
tmwti it i i i