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Wo take the liberty to
and most elegant line of
Clothing for the Spring Trade. Our stock of the above
Goods is as large ami assortment as complete as any Clothing
Ilouse East; and as we buy these Goods direct from the man
ufadurers, we will guarantee you prices as low as any
house in this country. We also keep a fine line of
numr waists, pants, tin mumi
It will be to your interest
Chicago One-Price Clothing Ilouse,
Cor. 8th St. fc Commercial .Ave.
M. WERNER & SON, Props.
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Editor Cairo UiiMlm in :
l'leaae announce me as a candidate for the office
ol Cilf Treasurer at tho eonilnp city election.
LOUIS U. MYEHS.
Cairo. III., March 2ltb. 181.
roR CITT ClKltK.
Pleaiu auuounce ma aa a candidate for City
Clerk at the comma city election.
Cairo, 111 , March 2cth, I8a3v.
I announce myaelf as a candidate for City Clerk.
UKOIiUfi Ii. LKNTZ.
Cairo, III,, March 80th, 1SS.
SPECIAL JiOCAL ITEMS.
hutirp !j tm col jicn, t-mni cunts per line for
Iret and five cent per line each ulaequent tutor
Uou. For one wwk, 30 cent, per line. For oue
moutb.ttfl cents per lino
Will you sutler with Dyspepsia und Liver
Complaint? tihilnli'H Vitalizcr is guurau
teed to cure. Pnul U. Sohuu, aeut. (2)
&kk tt woman in mint her column nour
Bpeer's Yinoyarda, pickia grapes from
wbicli Spier's Port Grape wiuo is made,
that is so highly usteomed by tho medical
profession, for the use of invalids, weakly
persona aud tho at,rud. Sold by druggists.
The U. 8. government are using large
numbers of the Improved Howe Scales.
Borden, Selleck & Co., agents, St. Louis,
Dud Taste in the moutn, unpleasant
breadth and impaired hearing, when re
Milting from Catarrh, are overcomo, and the
u&Bal passages which buve been closed for
yeais are made free by the use ol Ely's
Cream Balm. Price 50 cents.
Apply to nostril with little finger.
Miss Martha Boirnn, 749. V. 21st St.,
Chicago, 111., aayi: "I have taken Brown's
Iron Bitters and it has done me a great deal
That Hacking Cough can be so quickly
cured by Billion's Cure. We guarantee it.
Paul 0. Schuh, agent. (1)
Sew Blacksmith Shop.
A new horse shoeing shop has been open
ed by Mr. P. Power on Tenth street. All
manner of blacksinithing and wagon work
doDe to order. Repairing work a specialty.
Work done promptly. tf
Having purchased the bakery ot J,
Anthony, ou Wastiiington avenue between
9tb and 10:h streets, I prepared to oiler to
the public at all times fresh bread, cakes,
&C. of the best quality at the lowest prices
to bn found iu the city. Call and see me.
12-IS tf Jacob Lat.nku.
EntrineH and Haw Mill for Sale.
Two engines and one saw mill complete
to sell, or exchange for lumber by Cuhl
Bros., Dongoln, Ills.
Ice, Wood aud Klndhujr.
Northern Lake Ice 50c. per 100 lbs.;
good, dty wood, sawed, 1 pr cord, and
kindling f I per load, at Jacob Hire's.
Leave orders at City Brewery. f
Hew Good, Cheap (food, Good Goods!
On hand and for sale cheap as any livinu
man can buy Apples; Early UoHe; Ohio and
Know-Flake potatoes; Silver Boap, a set of
Silver Tea Spoons in each box; Cheese; But
ter; Kggs; Canned Goods; Tomatoes; Corn ;
Peaches; Strawberries; Syrup; Salmon;
Mackerel! Pot Luck and many other gondii
too numerous to mention at my store on
Plea give me a call. Respectfully,
tf Q. M. Aldkn.
Store Room For Bent.
Tint large brick store, corner of 18th and
Poplar, 5(1x71 with cellar full gze; wagon
yard SOxlOOigood stock well and cistern;
an old eslabliflhed buainra corner (since
1IW7), now for rent with all tho fixtures.
Will In vacated aud possesion given April
25lb, also furnished rooms, In same build
ing ttp stairs for ront. Apply to A. Bwoboda.
call your attention to onr large
to examine our stock before
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices In ttiese commns. ten cents per line,
rh hiHertlon and whether marked or not, if calcu
lated to foward any man's biielnoss lutereet are
Cooking Oil at G. D. Willliamson's
Chief Myers was serenaded tho other
night as a compliment to him as candidate
for city treasurer.
The county road was damaged some
by tho late flood and will need repairing
before driving can be easy over it.
Wall paper, latest styles and designs,
window curtains, picture moulding, etc., at
Jeff. Clark's. tf
All out-door improvements, both pub
lic and private, are stopped for several days
back because of the diabolical weather.
A case of small-pox was found Tuesday
in tho little village of Brooklyn, a tew
miles below Paducah, but on the Illinois
School children will tlnd The Bulle
tin Bcratch-books Nos. 2 and 3 for sale at
Phil Saup's candy store. tf
Commissioner Rauui is Also a candi
date for the vacancy created by the death
of Postmaster General Howe. General
Logan is backing him.
Miss Katie Howard was " under the
weather" yesterday and had to forego her
official duties in tho office of Messrs. This
tlewood & Co.
The entranco to The Bulletin news
and job room is from Ohio levee No. 78,
and is open day ard night. tf
The St. Louis and Cairo railroad is
doing a big business now, especially in
freights. It brings down largo and heavy
trains every day or two.
Weather indicattonsyesterday promised
a generally detestable state of the atmos
phere hero for several days yet. The
barometer was generally low, and the sky
Andrew Lohr's Genuine Aromatic Bel
fast Ginger Ale, a pare pleasant and
wholesome temperance boverage, is now
on sale at the leading saloons. tf
There was no police business yester
day. The weather restrains petty crimi
nals, but makes men good men as the
world goes say some very naughty
As anticipated, Mrs. Biggs arrivod yes
terday afternoon on he steamer Gus Fow
ler from Paducah, having in charge the re-
mains of her husband, Captain James
Biggs. It is understood that the remains,
which are inclosed ic a fine metallic casket,
will be taken to Villa Ridge to-day.
Candidates may como on with their an.
nouueemeuts, but don't forgot the cash In
advance rule which is rigidly enforced,
can't make fish of oue and flesh of another.
Mr. J. A. Goldstino rcturnel yesterday
morning from his business trip east. He
had not learned of the firo in his business
here when he readied Centralis, the dig
patch to him announcing the calamity hav
ing missed him. He bought large quanti
ties of goods which will arrivo dally now.
Representatives of several of the com
panies in which tho property of Messrs.
Goldstino & Rosen water is Insured uro ex
pected to arrive here to-day for tho purpose
of determining the damages done by the
Ute Uro. It will bo but a few days from
now when the stores will bo in full blast
-In a few days the stores of Messrs.
Goldstino & Rmenwater will again bo
thrown open to the public, and then tho
publio may expect a great sacrifice or goods
that were rendered In any way or to any
extout imperfect by thu "late unpleasant
Tho river is rising again hero and
elsowhore. During (lie last two days It
rose four Inches, and marked twouty-four
THB DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN;
feet ten inches on tho gauge yesterday after
noon, It will havo to rise seven or iut
f ut before it will reach the mouths of the
unworn. At Cincinnati the rise duiinc tin;
twenty-four hours ending at 2 o'clock p. m
yesterday was six inches; at Chattanooga
one inch ; Nashville, two feet four inches.
General Manager Rivers, now of tlie
Mobile and Ohio, and who will in ft few
days take control of the Virginia Midland,
ssys ho will reorganize tho cntiro system
within a Bhort time. If what lie has said
can be ex pressed in a few words, he will
fire every employe connected with the sys
tem now, and put in men of his own scute
It is estimated by Commissioner Raum
that under the tariff law there will be an
increaso of a million and a half ot dollars
in tho tax on distilled liquors, a falling off
of two million four hundred thousand dol
lars on bonds and bankers, sixteen hundred
thousaud dollars on account of special tux
ea, half a million on adhesive stamps and
two million on tobacco, cigars, etc.
It is likely that before long Mr. Leon
ard, late of the Cassette, will make trip
through southern Illinois, delivering the
lecture referred to in sn item from the
Bloomington Bulletin reproduced elsewhere.
Tho lecture will doubtless open the eyes n
some of the colored people and induce some
of them to be more indepondet politically
than they havo heretofore been.
Two new cases of small pox were dis
covered in Paducah on Wednesday. The
News of that day says: "As soon as all
tho tenants of the infected buildings, in tho
first named district can bo provided with
other Quarters, the houses will be burn-
ed, a job that cbh not be done too quickly
to meet the hearty concurrence of the whole
Tho steamer W. H. Cherry which pass
ed down the river by here Wednesday put
off a case of small-pox at Paducah and the
authorities of that town threaten to brin
suit against the boat. The boat lay at the
Illinois Central wharf boat here for some time
taking freight, but put no one off. Bats
coming down the Ohio will all bear watch
-"The difference between square aud
round dances," the Rev. Anna Oliver, of
Brooklyn, says, "is nothing nc all, because
the square dance becomes a round darmo
with the call "Swing your partners,"
Promenade," and so on. Dancing, she
says, is not a recreation, and it is wrong be
cause it is unhealthy. Tho hours kept, the
lress worn, going from a warm room, when
n a tired, nervous condition, into cold sir,
all tend to permature death. Besides, it is
indelicate. Take sex out of the dances, and
they lose their fascinatiou."
in tins issue appears the announce
ment of Mr. George R. Lentz as a candi
date for the offico of city clerk at tho ap
proaching municipal election.. Mr. Lentz
is the first to pick up a aunlct thrown
down by another candidate for the same
office, and his announcement is a signal
for tho beginning of a content that will be
interesting. Mr. Lentz is a genial, popular
gentleman, well qualified in every way for
the office he seeks and would give his
duties close attention. He will make a
good race, and, if elected, a good city
In their efforts to relieve themselves of
the plague, the peoply of Paducah should
be careful not to send it out among their
neighbors. It is just possible that some of
the colored families who are being driven
from their infected homes on the "Acre"
by tho Paducah authorities, will scatter
over tbo country if they are not closely
watched and prevented from doing so, and
will, of courso, carry 1he iofeotioD wherever
they go. Tho authorities of Paducah owe it
to humanity and to themselves, to see that
none of tho families in question who aro
thus forced from their homes, leave to scat
ter disease and death, among neighboring
Tho Myths held forth again t The
Halliday last night. It was their last ball
this season, but, it is to bo hoped, not their
last as an organization, for it has given op
portunities for much genuino pleasuro
among the elite of the city. It was a cali
co ball last eight, well attended in spite of
tho most abominable weather, and every
body enjoyed himself aud herself hugely.
Tho dresses worn by the ladies were all
neat and tasty in colors and style and sev
eral were oven elaborato in design. The
The music was furnished by Prof. Storer's
orchestra, which fact implies . that it was
excellent. Tho festivities lasted until 13
o'clock, when many vehicles, private and
public, wero required to c.mvoy tho tired
dancers Bafuly homo through rain and mud.
Thursday night tho Knights of tho
Mystic Krew installed their lately elected
officers, with the usual impressive ceremony
In all respecta but one. An important aud
unusual feature of this installation was a
presentation to Great Grand Mogul Claudo
Winter, as a token of appreciation of the
exemplary manner in which he had for a
number of years filled t10 most jmp0rtsnt
office within the gift of ,ho
organisation. The gift W(l8 tt
gold badge of tho KruW( ft tnr
bearing tho Mystic signs on the face and
an appropriate inscription on tho back, sus
pended by thiuu tiny chains from a crescent,
the whole Imbedded in a beautiful silk
velvet case, and manufactured to order by
Mr. Jno. W. Millor. The presentation was
made by Mr. Thomas M. Lovett who was
rcspouded to very brlofly by the redpiunt
who Is very justly proud ufthls mark of
eitoem from the boyi,
FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 30, 13M.
NEW YORK FASHION.
fritlMI MATKKIALS; MII.LINEKYJ I'AIUSOLS;
FEMININE WALKING STICKS;
At the basis lies a variety of light wools,
such as shear diagonals, cassimirs, veilingB,
thick and thin, while , more dressy styles
aro wrought with open mesh. Grenadines
are extremely banisomc, being heavily
covered with rich brocaded designs; Sum
mer silks are in stylish gingham patterns
or iu small and moio familiar checks, and
distinguished costumes will he mado of
plain wools united with figured wools,
which show geometrical blocks and circle?,
Transpar nt cottons are bestrewn with
silken figures in contrasting colors; fine
cottons are in small checks combiuod with
embroidery or plain material to match,
and with both we find embroidery quite a
feature. Much of .this embroidery is in
applique, and it is safe to predict some
thing of an embroidered summer. Cash
meres are heavily imported this season, aud
satins are agaip seen; jet are scarcely so
safe a choice as gros grain silks, among
which tho cfttchemire Marguerite is especi
ally worthy of notice, sinco it does not turn
gray, and being made in Genoa of the soft
Italian silk, is not liable to crack. Now,
when the natural query arises as to how
these goods should be made up, I can do
no better than refer you to Lord & Taylor's
catalogue, sent free on application, which
gives fine illustrations not only In this but
in all departments of dress, while in con
nection with each is carefully prepared
The perpetual flatness and closeness of
winter capotes will be relieved by bonnets
on the capotes order, but larger, higher.
and often showing either a garland ()f
flowers about the face, or those frillings
which will be a feature in new millinery
Already, even in velvet, we see a few of
them, and any prophet may prophesy
successful summer's campai'n. Recall, if
you can, an antiquo cap, such as your
grandmother or great grandmother might
have worn. These bonnets bcfnlled are
almost exact reproductions, a band r
double band of ribbon passing around and
apparently bind the whole thing together.
Straws will bo befrilled with lace, or we
ehull have entire bonnets of lace and other
ight materials, Nor must the new "cocks
comb bows" be forgotten, for they are a
veritable novelty. Made of narrow satin
ribbon, which ends sawed in imitation of a
rooster's comb and set on top of the bonnet,
where with rooster-like effect they will
flourish, poke bonnet? will be quite as
fashionable as the larger capotes just men
tioned, and for them likewise the cocks
comb bow, or a bunch of flowers
just in front, will be popular, Velvet
ribbon is stylish, but will not bo light
enough for these peculiar bows, which are
composed of satin ribbon from an inch to
two inchea ic width. Immense number of
straws colored to match costumes are im
ported, but there aro gilt, silver or bronze
striws, fancy straws interlaced with gilt or
silver, or more quiet styles, such as Milan
braids, English split straws or chips. Hats
are both Darrow and broad brimmed, trim
med in any way to suit tb.e fancy, and
oftencr trimmed with flowers than feathers.
Small flowers, massed in bunches or pro
longed in garlands are wore stylmh than
large flowers, and garlands will frequently
take the place of frillings bout tho face al
though by no means so safe a choice, be
cause frills are becoming to everybody,
while it is not everyone who cn wear
The lace cover is a marked and most
pleasant feature. Either black or white,
and placed over a plain silk or satin parasol
of the same or contrasting color. Less ex
pensive parasolB are of plain silk or satin,
without the lace cover, with linings set un
der the ribs, or without linings, and with
or without an edging of white Spanish lace.
Sizes are large, and ten ribs a fashionable
number. Handles are very pronounced,
showing birds' or animals' heads, shep
herds' crooks, otc. Noticeably akin to the
heads ot feminine walking sticks, which
are destined to a great run this summer.
They are much longer than tho masculine
walking stick, often finished in imitation
of a shepherd's crook, and tied with a cord
passing several times around and ended by
Buttons are less of buttons than formerly,
and now chiefly used for the purpose ot
buttoning only. Not as hitherto for trim
mings. Even for their legitimate office of
fastenings, they aro frequently replaced by
pasuemeutorle frogs and cords, and here
quite favorite designs are palm leaves, or
oblong shaped ornaments. A unique idea
to fasten tho neck of a dress, is a clasp
with two animal heads, sot in a mental
frame, and skirt draperies are also stylish
ly caught by one or more as convenient. If
buttons aro less lavishly nsod than of yore,
however, tho variety of material is as great
as ever, yet juBt now, great preference Is
givin to hammered tnotal. Embroidery is
very prominent as a finish, and much favor
is shown towards applique of something
different from the dress, set In soutache
braid, velvet on cashmere, etc Of materi
al we find box plaits flounces and facings,
largely employed; volvet ribbon is very
fashionable In rows, and vies with gros
train ribbon In bows, Lucy Cartbk.
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7t Oliio Leveo and.
Cor. 8th St. & Wash. Ave.
State's Attorney Damron's troubles
seem to bo closing in around him. Hiscred-itors-.-th.oso
who were secured by leius on
his personal property yesterday took pos
session of the fixtures and so forth in his law
office, and one of them, who holds a mort
gage on his household goods which are in
Anna, has gone to that city to enforce pay
ment of the claim. Mr. Danirou's where-
snouts was not Known nero yestoruay, out
it was supposed that he had gone to Spring
field, for the purpose of influencing tho
legislature to pass a law protecting wit
nesses against their own testimony, when
appearing for the prosecution in the crises of
persons charged with crime particularly
in the cises of state's attorneys guilty tjf
gross betrayal of the people's trust.
During this year there will b" two
eclipses of the sun and two of the raom. A
partial eclipse of the moon, April i'M, 5
hours 39 minute!, a. m. Invisible here. A
tolal eclipse of the sun, Mty 6th, 3 hurs
45 minutes, p. m. Visible mostly in tho
south Pacific ocean. A partial eclipse of
the moon, October 18th, 13 hours 54 min
utes, a. in. Visible in the United States.
Begins at 13 o'clock, midnight, middle 13
o'clock Hi minutes, a. m., ends 1 o'clock
58 minutes, a. m. Three digits on the
southern portion of the moon will bo
eclipsed. An annual eclipse of the sun,
October UOth, 5 hours 30 minutes, p. m.
Visible on the north Pacific ocein, a small
part visible at San Francisco, Califor
fornia near sunset. The Fourth of July
will come on Wednesday. Pentecost or
Whit Sunday occurs ou tho 13th day of
May. Trinity Sunday conies on the 20th
of May. Christmas will come on Tuesday
and the ycir will go out on Monday.
Mr. F. W. Fisk, money clerk of the
American Express office, Kanss City, Mo.,
states that ho has been using St. Jacobs Oil
for a long time forspruiiis, bruises, etc., and
has always found relief.
HON. DAVID T. LINEGAR.
The Monitor is not in the biographical
sketch business (per line) and I103 cpent but
little printers' ink iu lauding gentlemen of
the geueral assembly, undeservedly, during
this session. There are a number of gen
tlemen In the assembly, however, whom it
recognizes as among those making records
for future uso in the political history of this
state, of both shades of politics, and true to
Its independence it will, as it his been do
ing, speak of them as they deserve. Tho
Cairo district can bosst of a clear headed,
uncompromising democrat, of integrity and
most excellent judgment in matters of stato
legislation. Mr, Linogar makes but few
speeches, but when hu does he is listened
to with the most profound respect, because
ho has by his course heretofore with his
follow members, impressed them with tho
fact of bis earnestness and high sense of
honor in dealing with all matters of legis
lation. 1 1 is speech ou Friday upon Mr.
Littler's resolution in regard to revenue was
one of the most forciable and punted made
during tho session. His work during tho
entire session has been clean and systematic,
his bills pushed through with vigor, aud
so openly vud manly that none daro ques
tion their wisdom or material beucfita to
tho subjects which they wore Intended to
reach and remedy, and invariably on the
side or the people. The boldness of Mr.
Linogar in the advocacy of all measures
which have commanded his attention, has
been the admiration of his fellow members,
and done more to make Ins influence for or
against a measure felt than anything else
he has brought to boar. Cairo may justly
feel proud of him, and the party ot which
ho Is a distinguished member recognize in
Mr. Linegar one of its ablest reproscnta?
tives in the Thirty-third geueral assembly,
A London surgeon says, that only one
fashionable woman in 000 can draw a full
breath with all her clothes on, and that all
women should give up tight lacing, and
tako Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup to strengthen
Cairo, III., March 20.
The party who struck my cow on Wed
nesday night so that she had to bo killed is
requestad forthwith to settle the damages,
Otherwise ho will be prosecuted criminally
and also sued for damages, St
Material Known for the Purpose,
ana around the casings and base, where it
coat oi any oiner preparation, on the same
ana learn our prices.
Notlcen Id thin rolumu ilirua lino or gScvnti
one Insertion or $1.00 ii-r i:k.
1pOR8ALB.--IilnkiC'httal Morgai, ijpecliil
Warranty mid Warranty Dverif at t' Bulletin
Job olBce TS Ohio Lu vei
GOOD LOTS Foil HALK.-Uu Kiiilroad ftreot
below ttth, thrao lotH. H and 10. hlnck IV 41h
UO each, making 75 foul oa lUllroad itreot aud yo
n-eiqygp. ror particular apply lit Hnl Imln office.
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
First appearance In thin citvof the popular com
In hit ureal triumph of American humor,
u Deputy Sheriff of Jarvis .Section ;
In the New England Comedy Drama,
J All VIS SKOTION
abounding Id quaint butnor and pecular Inureitt.
Price, 75, 3i1 and t' ci-nm. No Ufa charo for
reacrtcd ata. ! of ncata cntumcucci Satur
day, March 3Il, at Hadcr Jewerlv store.
E" & . ROSE
136 and ITS Commer
j Cairo, Illinois.
DRY G00I)S and NOTIONS,
a full line of all the latent, nmvewt color
and quality, and beat manufacture.
CA It P KT D K I'AltTM K. V.
Body Hrimcl", Tapcatrlct, Ii-graum, Oil
Cloths, t, Ac.
Clothing and Gents' Furnishing
Thla Mi'partnuiut ocrnplut a full Hot ami
la cotnploio In all reaped, tiood uro
guarauteod Ol lalutl hivIb and hurt uia
Bottom Prices and Flrst-cliws Gooda!
;a. b. ixitii.
KUUKtlT A. 1TU.
Grand Central Store.
CAIKO. - - ILL.
NEW YORK STORE,
WIIOLdiSAjLK AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Slock
IN TIIK CITY.
GOOPS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PATHS 11 & CO..
Cor. Nlnotounth alraet I