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I Great Bargains
Wa will pIosa nut,
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Goods at extraordinarily low prices to make
room for our Fall and Winter Stock. To give
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you some idea we will
Choice Calico, - - c
Choice Vuslin, - 5c; worth 8c
Lonsdale Muslin, - - 8c ; w ort n 10c.
Choice Drem Goods, 12 l-2c; worth 20c
All Wool fiuntiiur. 17 l-2c; worth 25c.
Summer Silk. 50c; worth 95 & 80c
Full Line Ladies' Slippers
Linen .Laces m an mums iu
Call on us and give us a fair
you that we are oflering Roods lower than can do soiu eiM;
where. J- & L- BUKUER.
124 COMMERCIAL A.VK.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Motif in Id thm commn, eigm centi per line for
Ireland Br centi per Una etch subsequent Inser
lion. Kor one week. 30 cent per line, t or oue
Oiontb. GO cents per line
Wanted to work at dressmaking, by Mrs.
Williams, Washington avenue, between 9tli
and 10th street, next door to 8t. Patricks
To the Public.
EicbborTs new and elegant Furniture
Ware Rwms, 101 N. E. corner 6th and
Commercial ave., 2nd and 8rd fliwrs, will
be opea tor inspection on and alter Thurs
day, June 21st. New goods received daily.
Go di delivered to depots or any part of the
city friiQ of charge. Prices guaranteed the
Repairing done in neatest order and with
Fourth of July Bids.
Sealed bids lor 4 stands at the Park on
the coming 4th of July celebration ol the
Rough and Ready Fire Company, to
run July 4ih, 5th and 6th, will be re
ceived until Saturday June 23d. Stand
No. 1, lunch, coffee &c. Stand No. 2, lem
onade dottle soda and cigars. Stand No.
3, iro cream, ctkrs, fountain soda. Stand
No. 4 confectionery, fruits, nuts &c. All
bids must be accompanied by security for
amount bid. The committee reserves the
right to reject any or all bids. Address,
W. F. CnRtinv, Secretary.
Farm hands; wniff 15.00 per month.
Apply to H.J. Deal & Sun, Charleston,
New lilaokstuith Shop.
A t.uw horse shooing shop has been open
ed by Mr. P. Powers on Tenth street. All
manner of bUcksmithing and wngon work
done to order. Repairing work a specialty.
Work done promptly. tf
For Kent or Sale.
Oil" of the must (lcirntle residences at
Villa Uidg. Apply to or address Mrs. E.
R. Workman, Villa R'dge, III. ; ftlu i piano
for calf. lm
Ice, Wood and Kindling.
Northern Lake leu 50c. per 100 lbs.;
good, diy wood, sawed, t-t per cord, and
kindl'iny; (1 per load, at Jacob KI't's.
I avu orders at City Brewery. tf
Unleksit had cent merit Parker's Ginger
Tonic c uld not be bo popular. Its kite hug
spread renvirkably eviry where, Imcus in
valids find it gives them new life und vigor
when other medicines fail entirely. Ohio
Muliiria positively cured with Emory's
Standard Cure Pills, a never-tailing reme
dy; purely vegetable, contain no quinine,
sugar cated- 2."i cents (6)
TuhkCoi) LivekOil made from selected
livers, on the sea-shore, by Ctswcll, Hazard
& Co, New Ytirk. 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
C'uArrKD Hands, Face, ritri.K3, und
rough skin, cured by using Juniper Tar
Soap, made by Caswell, Hazard & Co.
New York. (2)
It is simply marvelous how quickly con
stipation, biliousness, sick headache, fever
and ;ua, and malaria, are cured by ''Sel
ler's Liver Pills."
tiuckien's Aruiea Salve
The Best Salve In the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetler, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, aud positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents per box. For sale by Harry
per a woman in snowier column near
Spoer's Vint-yards, picking urspes from
which Sp'-er's Port Grapo wine is made,
that is so highly esteemed by the medical
profession, for tho oe of invalids, weakly
persons and tho aged. Sold by drugHts,
Fortune for Farmers and Mechanics
Thousands of dollars can bo saved by us
int? proper ludunieut in taking caro of the
health ( yourself and family. If you are
Bilious, have sallow complexion, poor appe
tltf, low and depressed spirits, and generally
debilitated , do not delay a moment, but
f at once and procure a bottle of thoso
wonderful Electric Bitters, which never fail
to care, and that for the trifling sum of fif
ty cent. Tribune. Hold by Barclay
An attractive, youthful appearance ae
curt.d by using Parker's Hair Balsam to all
wSjo are getting gray.
nnr fintirft stock of Dry
mention a iew prices
Plck Dress Silk, 75c; worth S1.25
Lawns, 5, 6 & 7c; worth R. 10 12 1-2
Turkey Ecd Table Line, uc.;
Bleached Table Linen, 25c;
to be closed out at any prices.
uu vui irmuiw.-j i woi.
trial, and we will convince
The Daily Bulletin.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice in ttiesn eommns, ten cent per ''ti.
taeh insertion and whether marked or not, if raU'U
lated to Toward any tnm's bnaines Interest arc
Additional local items on third page.
Read notice of good girls wanted, in
For Sale A good milch cow, $35.00.
E. A. Burnett. It
Mrs. George Corliss expects to go to
Dixon Springs in a few days to spend sev
Little old water melons at 75 cents a
piece were among the natural curiosities in
the city yesterday.
For a good Upright Piano, call and
examine the Simpson at Jncelyn's. It
Mr. Alex. Ab e, formerly of the Wes
tern Union telegraph office, is now clerk
of the steamer Junius S. Morgan.
The Wabash and Iron Mountain rail
roads are selling round trip tickets from
this city to any point within a radious of
one hundred nn I fifty miles, for one and
Ccnlenial Refrigerators for sain by C.
W. Henderson. 5t
The county road is still out of water
and dry except far a short space at Oo.wu
Pond, where the water stands over it to the
depth of about one inch. So said parties
whocfline to town over it yesterday.
A white girl servant can have a good
home in a simll family. Apply at this
The rooms at D.xon Springs are filling
up fust during this hot weather. Parties
lrom Memphis, Capo Girardeau, St. Louis,
Belleville snd Du Quoin have written to as
certain the prospect of finding accommoda
tion. A few -more Centenial R :frigerators left
at C. W. Henderson's. fit
Members of tho Ideal League who
have not yet received tickets allotted to
them for distribution, are requested to call
for same upon the president. All tickets re
maining uncalled for by this afternoon will
bo used by tho executive committee.
Seven hundred dollars to loan on fust
class improved real estate. A. H Irvin.
Last evening's breeze blew down sever
al trees and fences in different parts of the
city. Much fear was also entertained
for the safety of the steamer Three States
with the picnic party aboard; but the boat
and party tame in all light about 7 o'clock.
Hot buscuit exhibition at the New
York Store' this morning nnd evening to
show what can be donn with Horsford's
Baking Powder, It
Brick masons are Bt work on the
front of the Arab cngino house making
some necessary repairs: taking down and
rebuilding portions of the wall immediate
ly under the cornice, to close up some ugly
cracks that resulted from tho Betling of tho
Gold Star Oil Stoves and Gold Star
Oil Ranges, lead all others, for sale by C.
W. Henderson. 5t
Col. J. W. Paramore at St. Imis was
radiant Thursday over a dispatch from the
Arkansas bridge, which stated that the wa
ter in the river had falleu ten toot since lie
was thero, and that the work ot bridge
construction was being again vigorously
Lost A good scarf-pin with brilliant
setting. Finder will bu liberally rewarded
by leaving same at th'iB office. It
The case of Neff vs. Smyth was taken
up in the circuit court yesterday and when
the evideuce bad all been taken tho court
postponed further trial of the case to a
week from to-morrow. After attending to
matters of minor importance court ad
journed over uutil Manday,
Andrew Lohr's Genuine Aromatic Bel
fast Ginger Ale, a pure pleasant and
wIioIcbouio temperance beverage, is now
sale on at the leadiug saloons. tf
Several ooat loads of people, mostly of
J children belonging to the Baptist Sunday
THE DAILY OAir0 BULLETIN:
school, went to Fort Jefferson yesterday to
pic-nic. Though the weather was threaten
in? during a lare part ot the day, there
was no raiu aud everybody enjoyed the trip.
The grounds at the Fort were in flno con
dition, and flowers and ferns were abua
dant. The unrivalled Lilly White flour sold
by CO. Patitr & Co, as used with Horsford's
Baking Powder. Call at the New York
Store this morning and evening and try a
hot biscuit. It
A small party headed by Dr. Jocelyn,
found excellent fishing several days ago, in
a small lake in Missouri, about two miles
out on the St. Louis & Texas toad. One
cm goon tho morning train and return on
the evening train, getting off and on right
at the like.
The report is current that tho trains on
the St. Louis & Cairo road are about to
stop entirely, on account of high water.
The report is not true; all trains on the
road aro running just as usual and there is
not likely to t any interruption at all on
account of the present little freshet.
Thursday afternoon the eight year old
daughter of Mi. W. II. Schutter, Lilic, fell
from a porch at the house on lower Wash
ington avenue and sustained a very severe
fracture of the elbow. Yesterday the little
girl was suffering but little, the injury Iihv-
intr been attended to by one of our surgeons.
Dr. Dyer, of Du Quoin, who will be
remembered as the successful presiding
officer over the most turbulent political
meeting ever known, that of the Republi
can convention at the Opera House last sum
mer, is in the city to remain visiting friends
Thursday evening about 6 o'clock, as
the steamer Morgan was rounding up the
Mississippi for Bird's Point, a floater was
seen a short distance ahead; but before any
thing could be done to prevent it, the body-
was struck by one of the wheels of the boat
and sent out of sight. One who saw it says
that the body bad the appearance of hav
ing been in the water about ten days.
Another gentleman who forces his un-
gentlemanly presence upon us, named
George Hendricks alias Frank Warren, was
jugged yesterday by Chief Myers, under an
unsatisfied execution calling for one hun
dred day's service in the city chain gang,
for having been guilty of vagraocy.
George is the same who some time ago bur
glarized the tailor shop of Mr. Fne on
The Chicago council has adopted the
ordinance permitting the saloon-keepers of
that city to take out licenses for another
year under the old rates, before the Harper
bill goes into effect; and the Bloomington
Bulletin, iu an able article of about two
columns in length, proves that the ordi
nance is not legal because it was not pass
ed according to the plain provisions of the
set of incorporation.
Several days ago a floater wog picked
up in the Mississippi river at Bird's Point.
The coroner wus notified, and he summoned
a jury. Tho body was searched and sat
upon by the seven wise men, and after due
deliberation tho foreman announced : "We
the jury find that this chere feller came to
his death by swoilerin' too much water.
Let's burry the of a ." And the
body was rolled into a hole dug near it, by
the river bank, and covered up.
-Physicians report that there is com
paratively little sickncs in the city. The
deaths of the list few weeks resulted from
no uniform cause; in nearly every case
from some peculiar infirmity ot tho victim;
in no case from any cause that would indi
cate a vitiated atmosphere. There are no
indications of any malarial diseases any
where in the city, and over this fact, at this
season ot the year, when other cities are
prostrated with malaria in all its evil forms,
wc have reason to feel very happy.
Those who have allowed themselves to
be induced to believo that we will have a
bi' flood here, fromjthe rise in tho rivers
above so far reported, aro likely to be disap
pointed. The only rise of any consequence
has been at St. Louis and thero tho river is
probably stationary by this time. The Ohio
and tributaries, at Cincinnati, Louisville,
Chattanooga and Nashville, have been fall
ing for several d iys. Unless Wd havctn'TO
heavy rains, we will very likely not have
anything approaching a dangerous flood
The Democrats of Ohio, after nomin
ating Judge Iloadly as their candidato for
governor Thursday, adopted tho following
declaration on the subject of tho tariff:
"We favor a tariff for revenue, limited to
the necessities of government economically
administered, and so adjusted in its appli
cation bs to prevent unequal burdens, en-
courage productive industries at home, af
I .!.. ....
ford just compensation to Ubor, but not to
create or footer monopolies," This declar
ation accords with the declarations of the
Kentucky and Iowa Democracy
It is true, as tho Ar,u BUggests, tho
section ot sidewalk ou Ohio levee, between
Twelfth street ami Dr. Clark's block, is not
in a reasonably safe condition; but it is as
much sons is tho property abutting it. It
is in appearance and safety a perfect match
for Its delapidaled surroundings; it even
indicates correctly tho moral condition of
the neighborhood. To reconstruct the
sidewalk and not annihilate tho little duns
of moral and material filth adjoining it,
and sending the Inhabitants of thuso den
to jail oi to Paducah, would be an unpardon
able sin, It would, indeed. The eternal fit-
SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 2.1, 1888.
NKW ADVKHTISK.M KNTS.
Notice In tbi column lb roe Hues or lusa o reins
nneinaortion orii.iw P'rwuox.
L'un BAin.-nimm, Lnaiu. Aiorgagea, nueanl
r Warranty and Warranty Deeds at tlie Bulletin
Job office 7s Ohio Levee
TpOK BUNT Two cottages on Mb Hi . uear
. nanuiugtuQ Ave. J . liu rv 1 ,
Our wagons are uow delivering' the
J)I8TILLEI) )YATEIi CE
to all parts of the city.
Wc solicit 3 our patronage and assure
yon that yve will serve you regularly
Absolutely Pure Ice!
We ruarantee full weifflits at all
Delivered 100 lbs. and noward. 4.0e.
I'elivered less than 100 lbs., 50c.
Leave orders at our Factory, or
Telephone JNo. 5)8.
Everybody is invited to
come and see the model Ice
The Distilled Water Ice Mlg. Co,
ST. MARY'S PARK
JULY 4, 5 & 6,
GIVEN BV THE
ROUGH AND READY
NO. 3, OF CAIRO, ILL.
The('mtnittee having tbla Celebration In charge
will endeavor to make It one ot tbe frranduat altalra
ever held In Southern Illiooia. There will be
plenty of fan of evury defrrlptlona, over
In pnmlnmi on tbe iwiii. One rand Ilnrdle
Race lor everybody. I a lli- Saddle Race and all
other kind" of race. The Company will (five a
Fine Siiwt Parade and reonpnta evervbody to
Join In and make the Fourth of July ol !:) nlori-
ou to tpt people f Olro and iorroiindliij
country. Prof. Storer'a Fine Hraa and strini:
Hand ha bpiiu en(!''d for the oc anion. Every
JIUKPII 8TEAOALA, President.
K. W. C'liKHhY, Kocrotary.
nets of things and a proper regard for the
good of society demand that the sidewalk
in this particular spot shall not bo disturb
ed by the authoritiesat least not until wo
shall have a larger jail.
The Wabash at St. Louis has just paid
an $18,000 judgment in the caso of John
MrDuniels vs. the Walmh Hallway Com
pany. McDanicls, a brakeman was injured
on the old Wabash in 1877. Ho brought
suit in 1879 in tbe United States circuit
court at Indianapolis. Tie caso was car
ried to the United States supreme court and
argued for tho company by Gen. Swaync.
The judgment was affirmed May 7, 1881),
and tho company was sat upon hard. Mc-
Daniels lost a leg and had other severe in-
Ciiief Myers is now taking aggres
sive measures to bring owners of dogs to
time. Yesterday morning early ho sent
out his lively little deputy, Traber Arter,
with a two horse wagon, the latter furnish
ed with a high box and covered, into the
district most infected with ugly, worthless
and dangerous curs, and gathered up eigh
teen dogs of all si.os and varieties. But
the owners of eight of them begged piti-
eously to have their pets released, promis
ing to provide them tho necessary tag, and
hence but ten were lodged in thu pound,
Bomo of which were made to sing their
songs of death before the sun went down.
The extraordinary demand lot informa
tion relative tn the Summer Resorts of tho
Northwestern States, Including Wisconsin,
Minnesota, Iowa and Dakota territory, has
induced the Chicago, Milwaukee & St.
Paul Railway to issue a largo edition of its
illustrated book, entitled ''A Reconnais
sance of the Golden Northwest," a copy of
which will be sent to any address upon
forwarding six cents in postage stamps to
A. V. H. Carpenter, General Passenger
Agent, Milwaukee, Wis. Copies of this
took, together with a list ol Summer hotels
and boarding places, can be obtained at
the ticket ofdcu of J. II. Jones, In this city,
whero Excursion tickets can also bo ob
tained at reasonable rates.
AGAIN FOR ALL!
Hot Biscuits will bo baked all day to
day and this evening at the Now York
Store from Vatior & Co. Lilly Whito flour
and Horsford's Baking Powders.
Remember Hot Biscuits and Ruston
Free to all) Call and sample tub iiksT
Vlflim ANO nUTTKH IN TUB CITY.
Druggists. Physicians, Painters and General Store-Keepers.
DEPOT & AGENCY FOR
White Lead, White Zinc,
Colors, Dry and in Oil,
Artist's Tube Colors,
IVperod House Paints,
Piiii tei's Supplies,
Wax Flower Material,
Paint aud Varnish Brushes,
Oils and Varnishes,
Window Glass, Putty,
Gold Leaf & Bronzes,
Mi Lean's Medicines,
Sliiloh's Medicines. .
Dr. B. A. Smith's Med..
Bull's Cough Syrup,
August Flower, German Sy
Wood's Fever Pills,
Audubon's M'king Bird food
St. Jacobs Oil, .
Painless Corn Cure.
. ''"fa"1"" Gigars Paints-Oils,
1-4 Agents for Austin's Forest Flower
Oliio Ulo-vee and.
Cor. 8th St. e Wash. Ave.
IS KOW OPEN FOR TIIK SEASON.
TERMS: $8.00 per week; 2.00 per day.
Xpver-failinir Springs of coolest water charged with healing aud
curative properties that have stood the test of more than sixty
years' coutlnual use by the health-seekers, or those In search of rest
aud recreation, and the residents for miles around.
NO. 1, "THE IRON SPRING"
will build up the w eak and debilitated, possesses properties that are
unexcelled as a tonic, and is considered a sure cure for Chills, Ague,
Etc., by the people of the neighborhood.
;0. 2, "THE MAGNESIA SPRING"
flows from the rocks In a steady stream, cold as ice water, and hun
dreds drinking: all day from its basin fail to lower lhe water line.
This Spring is a ceriaia cure for Dyspepsia, Kidney disorders and
NO. 3, ' THE SULPHUR SPRING"
is a new one opened for the first time this season, an 1 Its waters bid
fair to rival the famous Blue Lick.
Thee.Springs are surrounded by grand mouutain sceuery. The
air is always pure aud cool. o hot nighw aud uo mosquitoes.
Write for Circular.
Post office: i T 1?. T.TC"n?r
Pope to., ill. )
1 da. Z?n' Cairo, Illinois.
DRY GOODS and NOTIONS,
a full linn of all tho latest, newest colon
aud quality, and bent manufacture.
t'AUPKT DKl'AKTMKN V.
Itody Brim-i'l", Tipistrica, Ii-Eiama, Otl
Cloths, A'.. Ac.
Clothing and Gents' Furnishing
T'lla I), partmrn' or.cnpioa a full do r and
Ih comiilo'e In all rapcrta. tiooda are
KuaranUiod ot lalunl style and hunt ma
teria! Bottom Prices aud First-clovss Goods!
SUMMER I DRESS I GOODS
LOWEST PRICES EVER SEEN IN THIS CITY AT
bTUAItrS POPULAR and RELIABLE
CASH DBI GOODS HOUSE.
Owing to the unseasonable weather of the past two
months our stock of Summer Dress Goods is larger than it
should he, we have, therefore, decided to sacrifice all our
profits in order to eifect a speedy clearance. Every yard of
Summer Dress Goods to ho
tunity not to be neglected
Goods. See the following reductions:
1 lot Summer Silks, reduced from G5 to 50c.
1 lot Summer Silks, reduced from 00c. and 81.00 tooc,
1 lot Summer Silks, reduced from 80 and 85 to 65c.
12-in. extra lin Albatross Cloth, worth 80c, reduced to Ooc.
12-in. all wool Nun's Veiling, brocaded, worth M.50, reduced
Full lino of all Wool Colored Huntings, reduced from 25c.
12-in, all Viol Laco Bunting, worth $1.00, reduced to 75c.
Genuine French Satteens, reduced from 50 to l0c.
Fine American Satteens, worth Ii5c, reduced to 25c.
Striped Victoria Lawns, reduced from 25c. to 20c.
Check Nainsook, at 10c: worth 15c
Full lino of Dotted Swiss, at reduced prices.
New Lawns, at 5 and 71c
Nice Organdie Lawns, only 12ic.
Cash buyers of Dry Goods will And 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. STUART,
And all standard Pharma
and a General Lino of Druggists' Goods.
u . xu. jjxjlxjii,
Bbop on Halliday Atennu. between fourth and
blxlh streets, Cairo, Illinois.
liTAII kinds ot Htfht and heavy blacksmlthinir,
wagon and carriage work dono In the roort work
manlike manner. Ilorne-euoelujj a specialty and
atllaction guaraii toed .
closed out. This is an oppor
by judicious buyers ot Dress