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We have now received our complete stock of Spring
Goods, and would call your especial attention to our line of
Young Men's Nobby Suits
of the latest cut and patterns.
As our trade in this line of Goods has continually been
growing, we have therefore laid in a stock of NOBBY SUITS
which are eoual, in assortment cut, patterns and styles, to
nnv Clothin House East. You may rest assured that when
calling on us for a suit to receive new Goods and of the very
'Our Furnishing Goods Department is the most complete
in Cairo, as we arecontinuaUy receiving new and late style
in that line.
! We make a specialty of Hats.
- " Cor. 8th St.
M WERNER & SON,
. SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Rotter Id tata eotuinn. eignt cents per line (or
IrU and By eenu per ltne each ubequent tneer
Uan. For one wouk. SOcenU per Use. For one
vesta. 80 cent per Una
.. Church Notice.
Member of Presbyterian church and
congregation, tod all interested in repairing
or building aala cnurcn, are urgently re
quested to attend a meeting in the Lecture
Room ot Presbyterian cnurcn, weanesaay
evening, April 4tb. By order of
Jom Wood, Pres. Board of Trustees,
For Vale Farm.
A. good farm in the timber, eighty acres
under cultivation ; blue grass pasture, farm
contains 183 acres; in Bond county, Ills.,
t miles from railroad station.
E- A. BCHKKTT.
For lama Back, Si Jo or Chest use
Shiloh's Porous Plaster. Price 25 cents.
Paul O. Schuh, agent. (5)
Wibsteb Bros., Benton III., ssys: "Re-
fort from our patrons who use Brown's
roa Bitten are highly satisfactory
A Vexed Clergyman.
Even the patience of Job would become
exhausted were he a preacher and endeav
oring to interest his audience while they
were keeping up an incessant coughing,
making it impossible for him to be heard.
Yet, how very easy cn all this be avoided
by aimply using Dr. King's New Discovery
for Consumption, Coughs and Colds. Trial
bottles given away at Harry W. Schuh's
drug atore. (2)
"What every oue esys must be true,"
that uDr. Sellers' Couah Syrup" lias no
equal for coughs and colds. Try it. Price
8kb a woman in another column near
Speer's Vineyards, picking grapes from
which Spncr's Port Grape wine is made,
that is in highly esteemed by the medical
profession, for tho use of invalids, weakly
persona and tbo aged. Sold by druggists.
Woman's True Friend.
A. friend in need is a friend indeed. This
none can ny. "iucially when assistance
ta rendered when ouo is sorely afflicted
with disease, incr; particularly those com
plaints and weakuudi so common to our
female population. Eicry woman should
know that Electric Bitten are woman's true
friend, aud will jwsitlvely restore her to
Health, evon when ill other remedies fail.
A sincle tr.al always proves our assertion.
Tbey are pleasant to the taste, and only cost
arty cents a bottio Boia oy mrry vy.
Where machinery is used the Drew Oil
Cud will save SO per cent, of oil. Write
for circular, Borden. Sulleck & Co., St
Louis, Mo. (2)
Shiloh's Couch and Consumption Cure
is told by us on a guarantee. It cures con
sumption. Paul Q. dcliuh, agent. (6)
Sew Blacksmith Shop.
A. new horse shoeing shop has been open
ed by Mr. P. Powers na Tenth street. All
manner of blacksmitblng and wagon work
dona to order. Repairing work ft specialty.
Work done promptly. tf
Engines and Haw Hill for Sale.
Two engines and one saw mill complote
to tell, or exchange for lumber by Cuhl
Bros., Dongola, Ills.
Ice, Wood and Kindling.
Northern Lake Ice 00c. per 100 lbs.;
good, dry wood, sawed, t per cord, aud
kindling $1 per load, at Jacob Klee's.
Leave orders at City Brewery. tf
lew Goods, Cheap Goods, Good Goods!
On band and for aale cheap as any living
man can buy Apples; Early Kne;Oblo snd
Bnow-Flake potatoes; Silver Soap, a aut of
Silver Tea Spoons in each box ; Ctierse ; But
ter; Eggs; Canned Goods ;Tomntnis; 0rn;
Peaches; Btrawberrlre ; Syrup; Bilumn;
Mackerel: Pot Luck and many oilier goods
too numerous to mention at my iter on
Please give me a call. Rein ctfully,
t' O. M. Alokn.
Store Boon For Bent.
The large brick store, corner of 18th anl
Poplar, 50x75 with cellar full size; wagon
yard 60x100; good stock well tod cistern;
mm old established buainee corner (since
1K57), now for rent with all the natures.
Will be vacated and posseaeion given April
tStfc, also furnished rooms, in same build
iagr up stairs for rsnt. Apply to A. Bwoboda.
Shirts made to order.
& Commercial A.ve.
(JAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
first tppearance tn this dry of the popular com
lo hli great triumph of American homor,
Deputy Sheriff of Jarvia Section ;
Id the New England Comedy Drama,
abounding In quaint humor and pecular Interest.
Price. 7S.B0undMcont. No extra charge fur
rttervvd eon'i. Mile of estt eommencet Saior
day, If arch 81st, at Budur'i Joworly ature.
clal Avenue, (
DRY GOODS and NOTIONS,
a full Hue of all the Uteet, nowent colors
aud quality, and beat manufacture.
Bndtr Bruawla, Tapeelrlei, Iugiains, Oil
Cloths, Ac,, Ac.
Clothing and Gents' Furnishing
Tbla Department occuplei a full flow and
1 complete to all roepocte. Good are
guaranteed ot latest atyle and beat ma
terial. Bottom Prices and First-class Goods!
us. i. sxnru.
IOSSBT A. SMITU.
Grand Central Store.
OAIRO. - - IIX.
NEW YORK ISTORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety. 8tock
IN TIIH CIY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PAT1EH & OO..
Oor. Nineteenth street! Plnlm Til
Commercial Aveaaer VttllVi lilt
N. B. Thistlewood & Bro.
GRAIN SACKS and TWiNfi!
NO. 80 OHIO LEVEE,
Cairo, - Illinois!.
ERNEST B. PETTI f,
Cor. 8th & Washington.
I desire to call the atten
tion of our citizens to the fact
that I have lately renovated
and enlarged the store, form
erly occupied by Messrs. Yo
cum & Broderick, . and am
now prepared to famish" the
public all kinds of Goods in
I will endeavor to keepcon
stantly on hand a complete
line of STAPLE and FANCY
GROCERIES that will equal
those of any first-class house
in Southern Illinois.
I will also make a specialty
in keeping the best brands of
AND TIIE BE3T
BEANDS of CRACKERS
, IN EVERY VARIETY,
California Canned Goods,
. BEST QUALITIES OF
AND ALSO BEST
BRANDS of FLOUR
in the STATE.
Bolow find a few of my prices t
10 lbs. A Sugar for $1.00.
11 lbs. G Sugar for $1.00.
12 lbs. Brown Sugar for $1.00.
10 lbs. Prime Rio Coffee for $1.00
8 lbs. Choice Coffee for $1.00.
4 lbs. Choice Java for $1.00.
8 lbs. Dried Prunes, 25c.
8 lbs. Dried Apples, 25c.
8 lbs. Dried Peaches, 85c.
8 lbs. Pecans. 25c.
8 lbs. Rice, 85c.
8 lbs. Soda Cr&ckors, 25c.
3 Cocoanuts, 83c.
8 boxes Lye, 23c.
0 boxes Matches, 25c.
4 bare Best German Soap, 25c.
Largest Bar Soap in tho city for 5c.
8 cans 2-lb. Tomatoes, 25c.
2 cuds 81b. Tomatoes, 25c.
1 can Corn, 10c.
2 lbs. Table Peaches, 10c.
3 cans 8 lb. Table Puachoi, 50c.
2 cans 8-lb. Pie Poaches, 25c.
By telephoning No. 33
or otherwise send in your
orders, they will receive
prompt attention and will
be carefully filled and de
TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 8,
THE DAILY BULLETIN
OmCE: NO. 78 OHIO LIVKE.
ENTERED AT TUB CAIHO rOBTOSTIOB FOB
rRAHSMISSHW THROUGH THB HAILS AT SEC
OND CLASS BATES.
)F10iAL PAPaBOf OITT AMD COCHTY
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices tn the coinmni. ten eenu par linn.
ten Intartlon and wbatber marked or not, ir eaicu
luted to toward any man's botUait Interest ar
-Cooking Oil at G. D.
Mr.W.R. Halllday's corn meal mill
is in full blast again.
A new, attractive drop curtain is among
the improvements at the Theatre Comique
Wanted A lady to canvass city,
For particulars apply to Boston Cash Store.
The school board had a meeting yester
day afternoon; but nothing unusual was
Senator Logan has been made chair
man of the new Mississippi river commit
tee. He will devote next fall to tnvestigat
log the needs of the river.
Wall paper, latest styles and designs,
window curtains, picture moulding, etc., at
Jeff. Clark's. tf
Work on the publication of the delin
quent tax-list is about to begin. Copy will
probably be placed iu the bands of the
Prof. G. L. Guy, principal of the Ches
ter public schools, wu in the city Sunday,
on his way home from Metropolis, where
be had been to deliver a lecture on the oc
cassion of some school celebration.
Go to Black's Monday morning and
vou will see the latest style shoes for '83.
The ladies of 8t. Patrick's church will
give a fair and supper at the Tenth street
ball on the Oth, 10th and Uth instants, for
the purpose of raising fuuds to meet the
expense of painting and etherwise improv.
ing their church.
A. meeting of colored voters is to be
held to-night at the Fourteenth street Bap
tist church. Business of importance is to
attended to, they say. That the business
has reference either to tho schools or to the
approaching municipal election is r roba
bly not open to dispute.
Candidates may come on with their an
nouncemeots, but don't forget tbj cash in
advance rule which is rigidly euforced.
The "small-pox item" that furnishes
the editor of the Argus with the only item
of interest he had yesterday should not be
charged as he doea it, to the telegraphic
editor or the despatches of The Bulletin.
It was among the news notes, not the tele
grams, and is juit the kiud of error the
blundering editor of the Argus makes near
ly every daywhen he does anything.
The report brought up by the steamer
Tyler Saturday evening, that in the wreck of
the Polar Star about twenty lives had been
lost, was incorrect. Only five men were
lost as stated in the body of Saturday's re
port, and they were deck hands and fire
men. The remainder of the crew, about
fifteen, came up on the steamer Florence
Sunday, all well. Captain Jno. White,
reported by the Tyler to have been killed,
was not on the boat.
Just arrived at Black's shoe store all
the latest style shoes. 2t
To-morrow evening the genial Ben
McAuloy an old actor and manager, will
present the splendid comedy drama, "A
Messenger from Jarvis Section" in which be
assumes the leading rate ot Uncle Dan'l the
Deputy Sheriff. We would advise those
who wish to witness a splendid comedy,
presented by first-class artists, to go to the
Opera Bouse to-morrow night. Tickets on
sile at Buder's73, 50 and 29 including re
Another Kentuckian lodged in a down
town negro den Saturday night and when
ha was about to leave, missed his money
out of bis clothes, to the amount of nine or
ten dollars. Hs squealed ; the negress,
Ellen McKearney by name, was arrested,
and Magistrate Comings discharged her
because of insufficient evidence of guilt.
But Ellen is a hard caw and she was
charged by the officer with being a vaga
bond, and the court fined her ten dollars
and costs and gave ber a stay of execution
for a few hours.
Andrew Lohr'i Genuine Aromatic Bel
fast Ginger Ale, a pure pleasant and
wholesome temperance beverage, Is now
on sale at the leading saloons. tf
The amendments made to Mr. Line
gar's bills were all but one suggested by
himself, the exception being one suggested
by Mr. Hunt and had reference only to the
title of the levee bill. Those offered by
Mr. Linegar ware important only in so far
as they gave fuller expression to the terms
of the bill, so that there would be less pos
sibility of misconstruction in case they
came before the courts. It is the opinion
of Mr. Linegar, that there is now no ob
struction in the way of the pasisge of tl e
bills and that they would have gone
through this week but for this adjourn
ment. The legislature will reconvene the
Utter part of this week.
Nothing more has yet boen heard from
or about State's Attorney Damron since the
last publication made concerning him. Hit
official bond 'la Ive thousand dollars apd
hit bondmen are Messrs. W. L. Bristol, J,
A.. Ooldstlne aad Oel.G. W. MoKsalg, who
SAM BURGER, "The Palace" Clothier, is again before the public with the most
8T0CK OF SPRING and SUMMER CLOTHING
ever exhibited in this city our competitors in sober thought do not gainsay the fact.
"All the worlds a stage I" In our stock you will find styles for the "whining
school-boy; the sighing lover; the seeker after the bubble reputation; the justice, with
fair round belly; the sixth sge, with whistling trebble pipey, and last scene of all that
ends this strange eventful history, second childishness."
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
The Oscar Wilds can find everything their eathsthical minds may desire. Our
shfllves arejust loadsd down with the fine things of Europe and America. We flatter
ourselves in saying we excel all others in this line. Particular attention is called to
our Btock of elegant NECKWEAR.
In this department we call the attention ot lovers of elegant bead gear, for we are
certain that if they can not be suited by us, tbey need seek no further. STEPSON,
MANHATTAN and other flrat-class makes in abundance.
We desire most respectfully to call their attention to our elegant line of "LITTLE
CLOTHES FOR TIIE BIO FOLKS," consisting io Part of Coat, Pants and Vest;
Suit and Kilts, with Caps to match. We present each purchaser with a fine whip,
whistle or buop.
Call and examine our stock, snd we sbsll make it as pleaaant for you as possible.
Our "PICTURE CARDS" of many kinds are free to all who call for them.
'"THE PALACE" CLOTHIER.
FOR FINISHING, TINTf.NO AND DECORATING WALLS AND CEILINGS.
The Only Natural anil Durable Material Known for the Purpose,
WHITE AND A VARIETY OP BEAUTIFUL TINTS.
SOMER AND BETTER THAN CALCIMINE, PAINT
ANY HOUSEKEEPER OAf
OVER OLD WALL PAPER.
The result is surprising, as it obliterates all stripes and colore, covers patches and will
not cause a wrinkle or blister in the paper; and the room is made proof against bugs,
etc., by brushing Alabastine in the cracks and around the casings and. base, where it
sets like stone. y Ready for use by adding hot water.3 Fifty cents worth of Ala
bastine will cover 50 square yards of average wall with two coats; end one coat will pro
duce better work than can be done with one coat of any ether preparation, on the same
surface. Call and see sample card of Tints and learn our prices.
7-5: Oliio JLiOttoo and.
Cor. 8th St. & Wash. Ave,
are, however, not liable for any crooked
ness Mr. Diinron may have been guilty of,
and need not concern themselves about him
now. One of the indictments found against
Mr. Damron was fouad so plainly
defective that it wu not even
recorded against him. The other two re
main oo the docket. The defendant wu per
mitted to go without bond for good reasons,
released on his own recognizance. His
departure will, therefore, not increase the
number of those who loved him not wisely,
but too well. The people will not regret it,
because be will not be here to work further
mischief, and jeopardize their lives and
property by muzzling the law and protect
ing dangerous criminals sgainst just pun
ishment. Now that Damron is gone, proba
bly never to return here again, the
public will perhaps not learn the par
ticulars of the many deeds that were dark
and tricks that were mean, with which that
gentleman's official career is thickly dotted.
The cases pending against him will not
come to trial, hence the courts will not re
veal the disagreeable truth; the public is in
no danger of further imposition from him,
hence the press may spare itself the un
pleasant duty ot exposing the evil doings
of thoir servant, as a warning that tbey
might be guarded against him. The
Bulletin had been prepared for some time
back, to give to its readers an array of
facts concerning Mr. Damroq's mode
of discharging hia official duties: an
array of facta that would have been. itai(
ling in their revelations of utter baseness in
a man whom the people had implicitly
trusted, supported my testimony, .written
and oral, that could not have been Ira-
peached. Sympathy for Mr. Damron's ex
cellent family, and the expectation that
each following grand jury would do its
duty io the matter, induced Tbb Bulletin
to overcome time and agtan
a strong temptation, to speak;
but these considerations would
not have kept it silent until now, had not
the last grand jury found the long-looked-for
indictments. This action relieved it of a
duty from which it ao long shrank, and
now Mr. Damron's departure defeats the
outraged law which would, with pittileu
hand, have torn from him secrets be dared
not face and spread out before the friends
he had betrayed tho record of hit criminal
transactions. As it ia, not for his sake, for
he deserves no sympathy, but for those to
whom he is dosr and who trust him evm
yot, wo shall draw the viel of sllencs and
charity over the dark, unpleasant truth,
hoping that Mr. Damron may not by bis re
turn bore necessitate its withdrawal. Mr.
Damron was a good lawyer, a fluent talker,
a generally bright young man, but not an
overscrupulous one, and hia career here
might have been as brilliant and success
ful as It was dark and unlucky.
A fire broke out Sunday night about 0
o'clock in the rear portion of a large frame
house on Commercial avenue just above
Twenty-eighth street. The A.nchor company
OR WALL PAPER.
NEW ADTUTISEM K.MT8.
Notleet la ttii eoiama ihra iini ot Im ttccma
oa lMftloa or l,oe pf wk.
DOR UALI.-Blinki, CfaUUl MorgMei, bpcclkl
Wtrrsntr MS Wpmat
Job oSlc 7S OhtobavM
GOOD LOTS FOR SALS.-Oo lullrotd llrMt
blo Stb, ihtM lot, tad to, block 15, Kb
SO etch, rniklnx 73 fet o Rlirod ctrwit nd 0
faot dp. Fot prUcnlr pply at Bulletin oUc.
roa cm TBSAtuaaa.
Id'tor Cilro BallMla:
PleM uiaoaae m eDdldt for th offlc
el OHv THMsrar at U oIdi citr election.
. LOUIS H. MTI8?.
Cairo, til.. MarU lite. IMS.
Id Iter BsUaUai
PUm tasoiac u i candldat for City
Clerk at tto oalif city (lection.
Cairo, III , March Seta. 18SI,
I aanoaac aytelf M a candidate for City Clerk.
GKOBUS R. LINTZ.
Cairo, 111,, March SOth, 1981.
Pleee annoooce that I an a candid t for re
flection to the oflco or Cltjf Cleri at to oiilnf
city lection. ' D.J POLB.
sounded the first alarm which was promptly
taken up all over towo and within a re
markably short apace of time every company
in the city was represented at the fire and
was hard at work. The portion of the
building in whloh the fire originated was
one-story and waa occupied aa a kitchen by
Mr. Frank Stophlet, who also occupied the
main building, which wu two-story, as a
residence above and a grocery below. The
excellent work of the fire department con
fined the fire to the one- story rear addition
and evea saved the frame' work of that.
All the surrounding houses were of frame
and many of the occupants were badly
scared up and removed all their possessions
in great confusion out upon the sidewalks
at a safe distance away. The conditions
were fayorabje for a big blaze, but the fire
men knocked the conditions "into a cocked
hat" io to speak.
Mr. A. K. Hanson, general passenger
agent, and Mrs.- Thomas Dorwin, north,
western traveling ageat, lor the Illinois
Central railroad, were at The Qalliday
Sunday and yesterday on business.
A, brother-in-law, Mr. J. P. Walker, of
Texas, la visiting Mr. Hiiey Woodward. J
mm m mm I At. LI. a. Xt '
nr. liOUii ueroen is on uis way to now
Orleans for business and pleasure.
Hon. D. T. Linegar is borne from Spring
field to spend vacation.
Mr. M. W. Matthews returned yesterday
from Kansas in good trim.
CARD OF TnANKS.
Permit us please to express our thanks
through your paper to the diffrreut fire
companies, for the prompt and good work 8
tore oo the night of the 27th, last month?
Goimtmi A ROIINWaTKR.
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