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THE DAILY (TAJIIO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 10. m
Grand Opportunity !
U:! Great Bargains!
We will close out our entire stock of Dry
Goods at extraordinarily low prices to make
room for our Fall and Winter Stock. To give
you1 some idea we will mention a few prices:
Cliolce Calico, L c
Choice vnsliu, 5c; worth :8c
1 oiMdale MuhIIii, 8c; wortn 10c
Choice Dw-84 Woods, 12 l-2c; worth 20c
All Wool Kuntin. 17 l-2c; worth . Mc
summer Silk. - 50c; worth 9n& 80c
Full Line Ladies' Slippers to bo closed out at any prices
Lineii Laces in all widths to be sold regardless of cost.
Call on us and give us a fair
you that we are offering goods lower than can be sow else
where. v J- & L BUKUER,
124 COMMERCIAL AYE.
.SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
N it'crs In tats column, eignt cents per line for
grstand cents per Una each subsequent Insor
Urn, For one woek. SO cent! per line. For odo
oonlh. nOccnll per line
An auction salo of household good will
take place at the btanJ fornu'rly occupied
by lliiikle butcher shop, on Eighth street,
Whines lay morning at 10 o'clock. Thomas
Wiuter, Auctioneer. 2t
OnThuiS'lay evening, June 21st at the
reiideuee of J. B. Used, a Lawn Party will
lie given l)y the ladies of the Presbyterian
church. Refreshments consisting of ice
cream, cke, lemonade, iced tea.sandwiches,
utc. will he served. Prot. Storer's cornet
"liaiid will play during the evening. Ad
mission to the grounds 10 cents. 3t
Whom It May Concern.
All persons and companies are warned
not to credit any person or persons using
my name as I have not authorized any one
to use my name and will not be responsi
ble for any debts. Wm. Hahiikm..
Fourth of July Bids.
Scaled bids for 4 stands at the Park on
the coming 4th of July celebration of the
Rough and Ready Tire Co., will be re
ceived until Saturday Juno 2UJ. Stand
No. 1, lunch, colfee &c. Stand No. 2, lem
onade, bottle soda and cigars. Stand No.
3, ico creHm, cikes, fouutain soda. Stand
No. 4 confectionery, fruits, nuts &c. All
bid must be accompanied Ly security for
amount bid. The committee reserves the
riirht to rep ct any or all bids. Address,
W. F. Ciiruky, Secretary.
Farm hands; wage 15.00 per month.
Apply to H.J. D'-al & Hon, Charleston,
For Rent or Sale.
uo of the most desirable residences at
Villa Uidge. Apply to or address Mrs. E.
R. Workman, Villa R'dgp, III.; also piano
for nale. 2
Ice. Wood and Kiudhug.
Northern Lake Ice 50o. per 100 Hi.;
good, diy wood, sawed, 4 per cord, and
kindling $1 per load, at Jacob Kite's.
Leave orders at City Brewery. tf
1'L'uk Cod LivkkOii. made from selected
livers, on the sea-shore, by Caswell, Hazard
'c Co, New York. It is absolutely pure
and sweet. Patients who have once taken
it prefer it to all others. Physicians have
decided it superior to any of the other oils
l.'iupi'KD Hands, Face, i-imi'i.k:i, and
rough skin, cured by using Juniper. Tar
Soap, made by Caswell, Hazard Co.
New York. (3)
James T. Jones, druggist, Chester, writes:
"Brown's Iron Hitters gives entire satisfac
tion.'' Free ot Cost.
All pusonB MMshing to test the merits of
a great remedy one that will positively
cure Consumption, Coughs, Colds, Asthma,
Bronchitis, or any affection of the Throat
and Lungs are requested to call at Bir
clay Bros' drug store and get a trial bot
tle of Dr. King's New Discovery for Con
sumption free of Cost, which will show you
.what a regular dollar-size bottle will do. (1)
Malaria positively cured with h'tuory'a
Ftan lard Cuie Pills, a never-liiiing reme
dy; purely vegetable, contain no quinine,
sugar coated 2.") cents (C)
Fortunes for Farmers auU Mechanics
Thousand of dollars can be saved by us
ing proper judgment in taking care ot the
health of yourself and family, It' you tire
Bilious, have sallow complexion, poor appe
tite, low and depressed spirits, and gencially
debilitated , do not delay a moment, but
go at once aud procure a liottlc of those
wonderful Electric Bitters, which never U
to cure, and that for tlm trilling auui of (if
ty cents. Tribune. Sold by lUte'ay
BucKieii H Arnica halve
The Best Salve in the world f(,r (Juts,
Bruit, Sorci, Ulcers, Halt Rheum, Fever
Korea, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Coins, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or monty refunded. Price
'iH ceut par Imix, For sale by Hurry
Dropsy and Rheumatism.
Dropsical and Rheumatic persons find
the use of Sneer's Port Crspo Wine, of New
Jersey, of iucalcuablu henetit. Its purity
and vtluhblo properties have given it a
wide reputatiou among physicians through
out this country and Europe. This winu
took the hlghwt premium at the late Cen
tennial. It is excellent for weory and de
bilitated femalrg, atd used by the best fam
ilies In New York m an evening family
wine . For sale by Paul. U. Bchuh.
Blck Dress Silk, 75 c; worth S1.25
Lawns, 5, 0 & 7c; worth 8, 10 & 12 1-2
Turkey Red Table Linen, 40c;
RWfhml Tuhle Linen. 25c:
trial, and we will convince
The Daily Bulletin,
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Noticei in in.se commni. ten cent per line,
,ch Insertion and whethar marked or not, if calcu
lated to foward any man' business Interest are
always paid for.
The Ideal League will reheat sc every
night this week, at the Opera House.
Mrs.Payne and daughter Cynthia have
returned to their home in Puducuh.
Just received, car choice northern
seed Peachblow potatoes at Smith Bros.
Mr. Ruxie Meyers is in the city again
after an absence of some months in Cincin
nati. Rains are reported from many parts of
the country. More water in tho rivers may
therefore be expected.
Captain W. P. Halliday arrived home
Sunday as expected, bringiug with him
his son and daughter.
An auction salo of household goods
will ta"ke place on Eighth street to-morrow
moring. See special locals.
Among other noteworthy thing', yes
terday was the seventeenth anniversary of
the birth of Miss Katie Howard.
Those desiring to purchase Pianos or
1 Organs, can procure them at reduced
I r.riri.a Uv rullmfi iirum V ft .Trwi'lvn 1 1
Ella Flowers, Charley Anderson and
Mollie Bailey were each fined $5 and costs
for disorderly conduct by Magistrate Com
The saloon of Mr. John Bowers, corner
of Twolfth street and Washington av
enue, was closed up yesterday under a
mortgage held by Mr. Louis Herbert.
-Mr. E. T. Jeffrey and Mr. II. S. Shi
lacks, geueral superintendent of the ma-'
chinery of the Illinois Central road, passed
through the city Sunday for Chicago.
The Saloon keepers' Association of St.
Louis, uumbcriug 000 persons, will go up to
thoUnited States supreme court with their
tight against the hitrli license law,
Andrew Lohr's Oenuino Aromatic Bel
fast Ginger Aln, a pare pleasant and
wholesome temperance beverage, is now
sale ou at the leading saloons. tf
Mr. George W. R. Corliss went to Me
tropolis yesterday afternoon to look ufter
his tobacco factory which he recently start
ed up again. He will remain until about
About half a dozen gentlemen, experi
enced excursion managers, were at Tho
Halliday yesterday and will take charge of
the excursion party for Chicago on the Illi
nois Central road to-day.
It is a great stimulus to a child or grown
person to be phrenologizud showing them
their natural talent. Prof. Patty will be at
the Howard House a few days yet. Pa
rents should be deeply interested. It
Tho twenty-first birthday of Mr. Harry
Bobbins was celebrated at the house of his
parents on Seventh Btrwet last night, by a
very pleasant surprise party comprising a
large number of his young friends.
Last night Clerk Robert Jones received
and sent north over tho Illinois Central
road, thirty seven cars of permhablc Ircight
from southern points, twenty-two of which
were loaded with bananas.
A Lawn Party is to be given ot the
residecce of Mr. J. B. Reed, up town, next
Thursday night, by tlm ladies ot the Pres
byterian church. Some attractions that
will bo almost irresistable will bo provided.
See special locals.
The St. Louie and Cairo road is again
threatened with inundation by the rising
rivers. But the track outside the city can
stand several inches more water nud trains
are still running regularly into aud out of
Saturday morning a young man named
Hessian Harnett died at St. Mary'a Intirmii
... tr.. i .... i i
no ntvi ueen annulled Put about a
week before and kept at the city's expense.
His lather cmuu here a few dayi ago and
was at hii bed aide during bit last hours.
n. wnoie oarrei oi urcoie nour was
baked Into biscuits and given away at the
New York St.ire Saturday, . Two hundred
and forty bottles of HoBford's yeast powder
were sold, yielding 36. From this it
would appear that biscuits and yeast pow
der must liavo gono like hot waffles aro
said usually to go. llosford's yeast powder
is for sale at the New York Storo.
Tho excursions on the steamers Ella
Kimbrough and Three States Sunday, the
former to Paducah and the latter to Fort
Jefferson, wero fairly attended. Tho
weather was fine for a boat ride and those
who went enjoyed themselves nicely.
Street Supei visor N. A. Devoro ncd
Deputy V. F. Axley, have so far collected
051 as street tax. Notices have been sent
out to nine hundred persous in all, some of
whom arc, however, exempt for various
reasons. The Fouith ward is being can
vassed now. j
A darkey named J no. Harris living on
Walnut street, between Twelfth and Thir
teenth streets, amused himself Sunday
night by roughly beating his wife and
niece. Both the latter swore out warrants
for his arrest yesterday, but John had left
town and, therefore, for the time being at
least, remains unpunished.
It took five coaches to convey the re
mains and friends of the late Bernard
Smyth to Villa Ridgo Sunday afternoon.
The remains were taken from the residence
on Ohio levee to St. Patrick's church where
a short service was held over them by Fath
er Murphy. From tho church the proces
sion went to the train at the foot of Eighth
street. Prof. Storer's band headed the
cortege both to and from the church.
Georgo Gray the negro charged with
the theft of money from ono of the
Comiquo actresses was examined yesterday
before Magistrate Comings and acquitted.
The principal evidence against him was the
5 bill that he had paid for a pair of
shoes. The only means by which the vic
tim of the theft claimed to be able to rec
ognize the bill was by the manner in which
it had been folded. The court held this to
be insullicient and discharged the defen
dant. The State Journal charges the city
council of Peoria with "verdancy" for per-mittingj"aloon-keepers
regularly expired to renew them for another
year before tho 1st of July. The Journal
would have termitted the saloon-keepers
to do business without license for several
weeks, or refused to issue license and closed
them all up, until it could have demanded
the increased price established by the Har
-There are probably manycisterns in the
city that have sipewater in them, the use
of which causes more sickness than any I
other cause. The Purifying Pump sold by
Lancaster & Rice is warrauted to purify
the water inside of ten days, or money re
funded Also all heart shaved cypress
shingles, making a roof last longer than any
other kind of shingles sold in this, country,
The Asbestos Roofing is conceded to be
the best for flat roofs, preferable to either
tin or iron; constantly kept in stock by the
above named firm. 2t
A negro named Marsh Brown, general
ly known as an undesirable citizen, who
has been guilty of several little freaks of
lawlessness for which he was never brought
to justice, was arrested yesterday by Chief
Myers and charged with being a vagrant.
He was brought before Magistrate Comings,
but swore that he didn't believe he could
get justice there and took a change of venue
to Justice Robinson's court. Here eight or
ten witnesses were examined and the result
was that l.c was proven guilty of having no
legitimate business, loafing about the streets
in idleness, frequenting ordinaries and bad
houses, was a horse jockey, a fiddler
ami a thief by turns, in
short, that ho was a VBgrant
of the most objectionable kind. He
was fine.! IS') and costs and given a stay of
execution for twenty-four hours on condi
tion that he hhake Ciiro's dust from off his
feet and skip. But owing to the fact, no
doubt, that he has been dealt with very
lightly in bis several little f!onies, he
is not afraid of tho law and has determined
to fight the officers. He has therefore given
notice that he intends to take an appeal to
the circuit court or county court.
Lust Friday a week ago Hon. Wrn. A.
Spain), of Johnson c.mnty, was given his
seat in the lower house of the Illinois gen
eral assembly, held through the remainder
of the session by Dr. Lodge, through the
fraudulent count of the Pulaski county re
turning board. We intimated s me timo
ago that Dr. Lodge probably furnished
some reason for this preference of himaell
by a Republican returning board, over so
good a man as Mr. Spuon, and we were
promptly rapped over the nuckles by our
Democratic contemporary of Carbondale,
It may be that we wronged Dr. Lodge in
suspecting him of having been guilty of
a flirtation with Dan Hogan, of Mound
City, but we must insist even now, that the
Democrat who is the bonuflciary of the ill
cit affection ami fraudulent counting of a
Republican reluming board must expect to
bu suspect ml ol unfaithfulness to his own
party. But now, what has been the result
of this fraud? S' far as Mr. Spann and
Dr, Lodge is concerned the wroug has been
righted: tlm former receives tho full pay, of
his term injtho legislature; the latter ro
celves pay for his period of setvice-but
how about tho people! In tho Qrat placo
the ballot-box is outraged, the majority of
tho voters of tho Fifty-first district aro
swindled out ot their representative, and the
people of the state at largo are out several
FATHER OTIARA DEAD.
About 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon Rev.
Father O'Hara died at St. Mary's Infirm
ary after long prostration with consumption,
This announcement will excite general re
gret in tho community, but no surprise, as
the event had been expected for some time.
A sister attended him during his long pros
tration. Deceased was a young man, aged only
twenty-eight years, and possessed consider
able ability as well as many good qualities
of heart. He came here about three years
ago and had been in charge of Petersburg
Parish, this state, before that. His charge
of St. Joseph's church here, so far as ho
was able to give it his attention, was very
satisfactory to his parishioners with whom
he was much beloved.
His remains will bo intetred at Villa
A man named Williams, who, with his
wife and several children, lives on Ninth
street, not far from St. Patrick's church, is
iu danger of being roughly dealt with by
nu n who look upon wife-beaters with con
tempt and would treat such fellows with
just about as much consideration as they
would a troublesome "yaller doig." So tar
as we can learn Mrs. Williams is a quiet,
industrious little woman, making her living
with a sewing machine. Williams is a sd-ver-mith,
I aving a shop of some, atEldorv
do; he comes here occasionally and when
he does, seldom fails to subject his wile to
btutal treatment. Yesterday morning he
again engaged in his favorite pastime to
tho serious injury of the poor victim. The
officers have been helpless in the matter be
cause Mrs. Williams persistently refuses to
appear against her husband. But it is
more than likely now that the cowardly
follow will he made to suffer for his next
A young lady way out in Montana,
Who kills time by playing piano,
Got hurt one day,
And couldn't play,
But St. Jacobs Oil cured Johanna.
Sheahan, one of the jurors in the
Guiteau trial, has recently become insane
and has been removed to an asylum. It is
believed that Guiteau's prophecy of evil to
all those connected with bis trial, bore on
Sheahan's mind to such an extent that he
has become crazed and this event has given
currency to the statement that there are in
Washington many other superstitions peo
ple like the unfortunate Sheahan, who are
given to dwelling on Guiteau's curse and
who connect it with certain events. One
of the lists prepared by them is a follows:
The death of District Attorney Crkh ill's
wife was the first event which was called a
fulfilment of Guiteau's prophecy; Juror
Hobo's wife died; Surgeon-General B'.rnes,
an itnportaot witness, died ; Judge Porter's
health is said to be wrocked; Martial
Henry, Bailiff Stahl, Detective McElfresh,
Jail Wagon Guard Corson and tne driver
Jas. Leonard, were dismissed from the ser
vice; Dr. Noble Young, an important ex
pert witness, died; Rev. Dr. Hicks has been
libelled; Dr. Gray, an expert, was shot in a
Utica ayluin; Dr. McDonald has been, or
is, the subject of investigation of Ward's
Island, New York; Officer Pat Kearney was
removed from the Baltimore and Potomac
depot, and Juror Sheahan lias become in
sane. New Blacksmith Shop.
A new horse shoeing shop has been open
ed by Mr. P. Powers on Tenth street. All
manner of blacksmithing and wagon work
done to order. Repairing work a specialty.
Work done promptly. . tf
EVERYBODY IS GOING TO
ON T IK OCCASION OF THE
TO BE HELD KKOM
May 24 to June 23, 1883.
The Illinois Central Railroad will run one of
their populur excursion! hy apeclnl train on Tuea
day, J une 18, 1881. Train leaves Cairo at 'i:.W a.m.
Fare to Chicago md return,
Arriving alCUlcuxo at B::W p. m. of the tiunu day.
ADMISSION, 50 Cents!
The drat Exposition of ihe kind ever held
in the World.
Visitors will havi! a grand opportunity of witnuss-
Ini the Pullman I'rofu-sioniil Keiiiutai
Keiiitita at Pullman.
Ills.. June 1 and tfi, tHl,
Among the eutrlcs nro
Chum plon of tho World;
WALLACE BOKH, GEO. ITOSVBR, GEO, W.
LEK, CIIAH. E. ' OUUTNEY, and a
The Summer tliinnlng Meeting, ol tho Chleaff i
Driving Park. June m to July 4th. ludustvec For
programme, wrlto D. I. Hall, Becrelary, Chicago,
MrSlrcplugcarwillhe attached to tho aliovo
tram at Cairo. III. I t will be ready for -cPcy
at 8 pi in., June 18. Rato per berth, M.en. Appll
cations for berths skould he made to J . F. Merry,
Ueii'l Wtern I'asa. Agent, Manchea er, Iowa, ou
or tinfor June lath. . , ,
rrTlck.-u will ho go'd to rotnn on or before
Thursday. July 5, to Include tho trains of that day.
Attention Is called to the fact, that the Evening
Train out of Chlcaga atopa only at curtain pnlnta
south nf Kmughum. and no other stops will bu
made forparll- a holding KxcnrstonTlrkeU
J, F. Tt'CK Elt, A. II. HANSON,
. Truffle Manager. Oen. I'uaa. Agent.
J. F. MURKY, Oen, Western Pass. Agent, Man
Druggists, Physicians, Painters and General Store-Keepers.
DEPOT & AGENCY FOR
Dr. 11. A. Smith's Med..
Hull's Cough Syrup,
August Flower, German Sy.,
Wood's Fever Pills,
Audubon's M'king Bird food
St, Jacobs Oil,
Painless Corn Cure.
White Lead, White Zinc,
Colors, Dry and iu Oil,
Coach Colors, '
Artist's Tube Colors,
Prepared House Paints,
Wax Flower Material,
Paint and Varnish Brushes,
Oils and Varnishes,
Window Glass, Putty,
Gobi Leaf & Bronzes,
Perfumers Cigars Paints Oils,
I-?Agents for Austin's Forest Flower
Tt Oliio Levee and
Cor. 8th St. c Wash. Ave.
ST. MARY'S PARK
JULY 4, 1883,
GIVEN BY THE
ROUGH AND HEADY
NO. 3, OF CAIKO, ILL.
The Ommittee having this Celebration lncba-ge
111 eu(h avor to make it one ot the grandest affairs
ever held tn Hon them Illinois. There Kill be
plenty of fun of every descriptions, over
In premiums on the races. One Grand Hurdle
Mace tor everybody, t adles Saddle Races and all
other kind" of races. The Company will Rtvo a
Kine Stre.t Parade And rcanests evervhodv to
Join in and make the Fourth of Jul ol IcKJ glori
ous to tl'c people ot Intro and surrounding,
country. Prof. Storer's Fine Urass aud Hututt
Ji&nd nas been eneaaed fur tne oc aslon. every
JOSKPH STKAGALA, President.
F. W. CiiERhY, Secrutarv.
,168c?:,.1rve:n0urer i Cairo, Illinois.
DRY GOODS and NOTIONS,
full lino of all the latest, newest colors
aud quality, and belt manufacture.
OAUPET DKPAHTiMKN V.
Hodv Brussels, Tapestries, Ingrami, Oil
Cloths, A ,, Ac.
Clothing and Gents' Furnishing
This I), p&rtuiont occupies a full floor and
is coroDloto in all respects. Goods are
guaranteed ol latest style and best ma
terial. Bottom Prices and Firat-class Gooda!
SEMI ANNUAL CLEARING SALE
SUMMER I DRESS I GOODS
LOWEST PRICES EVER SEEN IN THIS CITY AT
STUART'S POPULAR and RELIABLE
CASH MY GOODS HODSE.
Owing to the unseasonable weather of the past two
months our stock of Summer Dress Goods is larger than it
should be, we have, therefore, decided to sacrifice all our
profits in order to effect a speedy clearance. Every yard of
Summer Dress (Hoods to be closed out. This is an oppor
tunity not to be neglected by judicious buyers of Dress
Goods. See he following reductions:
1 lot Summer Silks, reduced from 65 to 50c.
1 lot Summer Silks, reduced from i)0c. and Sl.00 to 75c.
1 lot Summer Silks, reduced from 80 and 85 to 05c.
42-in. extra fine Albatross Cloth, worth 80c, reduced to G5c.
12-in. all wool Nun's Veiling, brocaded, worth $1.50, reduced
Full line of all Wool Colored Huntings, reduced from 25c.
42-in, all Wool Lace Buntins, worth $1.00, reduced to 5c.
Genuine French Satteens, reduced from 50 to 40c.
Fine American Satteens, worth 35c, reduced to 25c.
Striped Victoria Lawns, reduced from 25c. to 20c.
Check Nainsook, at 10c: worth 15c,
Full line of Dotted Swiss, at reduced prices.
New Lawns, at 5 and 71c.
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. li STUART. BsJ
And all standard Pharma
and a General Line of Druggist' Goods.
Our wagons are now delivering: the
DISTILLED WATER JCE
to all parte of the city.
We solicit your patronage and assure
you that we w ill serve you regularly
Absolutely Pure Ice!
We foarantee full weights at all
Delivered 1 0U lbs. and upward, 40c'
Delivered less than 100 lbs., 50c.
Leave orders at our Factory, or
Telephone No. y8.
Everybody is invited to
come and see the model lee
The Distilled Water Ice Mfg. Co,
Shop on Halliday Avenue, between r'ourtli and
Hlzth Mreeta, Cairo, Illinois.
(7AI kinds ot lltflit and heavy hlacksmlthlnir,
wagon and carriage work done In the mon wotk
inanllke manner. Horse-saucing a specialty and