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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 7, I8fe3
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 equal, in assortment cut, patterns and styles, to
any Clothing 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 are continually receiving new and late style
in that line.
We make a specialty of Hats. Shirts made to order.
Cor. 8th St. iSu Commercial A.ve.
M. WERNER & SON, Props.
GOODS Damaged bv the Fire!
ALL KINDS OF
DRESS GOODS, LLWS and SHEETINGS
FOR ONE-HALF OF THE COST.
Now you have a chance to buy a good Brussels Carpet lor a little money, a chance for
the poorest to have a good Carpet, as we oiler all those damaged for only part of the origi
Pieces of Brussels Carpet not damaged in twenty yards and a little less, costing 1.00
yard, we offer now for r0 cents, aud all other kinds of Carpets in proportion.
we offer just as Great Bargains. Children, Boys and Men's
and also Gents' Furnishing Goods. It is our object to close
offer all, damaged or not, at a great reduction, and for cash
M. B. SA.DL3SR,
No. 144 Commercial Ave.,
desires to direct the attention of the citizens of Cairo and
vicinity to his well assorted stock of CLOTHING; GENTS'
FURNISHING GOODS, HATS and CAPS, BOOTS and
Although we started here on a small scale, we can now
aware the public that we have a room of respectable di
mensions, filled to repletion with a good stock of goods,
which we will sell at the lowest living prices. We assert,
without fear of contradiction, that nobody has ever re
ceived a poor article of goods from our house; we believe in
uelling good that will give satisfaction, and discard
shoddies and satinet altogether.
We solicit a share of the patronage of tho citizens
of Cairo, and respectfully iuvite them to give us a call,
when they will find that can substantiate our assertions.
m a id Trs"iniinni
Commercial Aveuue, Between Eighth and Ninth Streets,
SAM BURGER, "The PUcu" Cluthior, it again before ' the publie witb the roost
STOCK OF SPRING and SUMMER CLOTHING
ever exhibited in tli in city our competitor! io sober thought do not gainsay the fact.
"All the worlds a stage 1" Io our stock you will find styles for the "whining
school-boy; tho sighing lover; the seeker after the bubble reputation; the justice, with
fair round belly; the sixth age, witb whistling trebble pipey, and last scene of all that
ends this strange eventful history, second cbildishueas."
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
Thu Oscar Wilds can find everything their esthethical minds may desire. Our
shelves arejust loaded down with the fine things of Europe and America. We flatter
ourselves in Buying we excel all others in thin line. Particular attention ia called to
our stock of elegant NECKYVEAH.
In this department we call the attention ot lovers of elegant head gear, for we are
certain that if they can not be suited by u, they need seek no further. STEFSON,
MANHATTAN and other first-class makes in abundance. .
We desire most respectfully to call their attention to our elegant line of "LITTLE
CLOTHES FOU THE MO FOLKS," consisting in Part of Coat, Pants and Vest;
SuitH and Kills, witb Caps to match. We present each purchaser with a fine whip,
whistle or hoop.
' Call and examine our stock, ami we shall make it as pleasant for you as possible.
Our "PICTURE CARDS"of many kinds are free to all who call for them.
"THE PALACE" CLOTHIER.
Smm V A wuek made it Home tiy '.ho tudua
l'rioua. Beetbuetneea now hef,.r the
i'Ub,lc. Capital not needed. We
I will atart yon. Men. womon, liayi
" and Rlrle wanted everywhere to work
for ui. Now ia the time. You can
work In aprre time, or stive your whole time to the
buslneea. No other bualneaa will par you nearly
a well So one can fall to m ake ennrmoui pay,
br ennatfelriiz at once. Coatly outfit and term free
Money made faat. easily, and honorably. Addrea.
TRUE A CO., Aniruata. maine.
Clothing at a Great Rediictioi
out our entire stock, and w
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KOmiAL FAHKKOK CITY AN It IHIHMTT
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Uted lo Toward any man'a bu.lno.. Iui,tt aw
al way. paid for. ui ant
In the local election on tho SM instant,
Dongola elected a temperance ticket.
-Phil. Saup has just ,,W0( p'l)f(iti()n
new five huu.lred and fifty dollar soda
Golconrla hai quarantined agnint pa
dueah and Metropolis, because nf ttiouxist
nncc of small-pox in those towns.
Phorlon Howard baa been elected as
sistant road supervisors in hit district by a
majority of one hundred and forty.
The Illinois legislature ha taken a
long itcp In the right direction, it hai
passed a law by which sleeping-car compa
nies are declared common carriers, and by
the terms of the bill, any one purchasing a
lower berth shall have the right not to bate
the upper one lowered or made up unless
actually needed for use.
A rifle will be raffled off at the
Brewery to-night. It
The city council of Pa lucah has re
fused to renew the license of the Broadway
opera house, of which Mr. Frank McKnight
is proprietor and manager.
Jiff. Clark is tho artist who is produc
ing tlui new drop curtaiu fr the Couiiq'i.
The curtain is rapidly approaching com.
pletion and promises to be a beauty.
A coop of fine Brahma chicken will
be rattled off at the Good Luck saloon to
night. 50c. a chance, It
Mr. and Mrs. Charles II. Thrupp will
be up from Jackson, Teuu., to spend Sun.
day with relatives and friends here.
A low barometer at all points, and
eiBterly and southerly winds, reported by
last evening's weather bulletin, promised
more d uuper and gloumy weather here fur
Big fiee lunch to-night at It. Jones'
place, on corner of Eighth street and Com
mercial avenue. It
Yet a little while and high water will
again enjoin the St. Liuis and Cairo rail
road from entering the city. At about
forty-ono feet the rivers cover the com
paoy ' track for miles above the city.
The Ualliday Guards have improved a
thousand percent in the past few week, un
der the command of Capt. Waldron, who
has kindly consented to drill them on the
occasion of Miss Pitcher's benefit.
Andrew Lohr's Genuine Aromatic Bel
fast Ginger Ale, a pare pleasant and
wholesome temperance beverage, is oow
on sale at the leading saloons. tf
During the high river water ran into
the custom-house cistern by means of the
relief pipe which connects with the sewers.
It will probably be necessary to take all tho
water out of the cistern and clean it thor
oughly. Two members of the school board are
to be fleeted to-day, Tho poll ia at the
Eleventh street school house. Messrs. Fish
er and Thistlewood go out; who aspire to
succeed them can be learned at the place
of voting, no doubt.
Wall paper, latest styles and designs,
window curtains, picture moulding, etc., at
Jeff. Clark's. tt
A little darkey was caught yesterday
morning in the act of tapping the till of
Mr. Peter Saup, on Ohio levoe. . Efforts to
capture him proved futile; the young
fellow was too quick for his pursures.
About seven dollars were taken.
A colored man employed on tho Illi
nois Central railroad laying rails near the
passenger depot, yesterday morning bad
one foot badly crashed by a falling rail.
Several of his toes were cut nearly off. He
lives in the city and is a steady, bard work
er. Attend the Ualliday Guards ball at
their armory April 13, competitive drill for
Some of the telegrams explanatory of
the decision of tho supreme court in the
Kring case intimate that Kring "owes his
life to the disbelief in capital punishment,
which N believed to have swayed one of
the five to his side," which seoma very un
reasonable, to say tho least.
From Sorgoant W. H. Hays report for
March it appears that the total amount of
rain fall was 2.35 inches, to 4.23 inches for
the same month last year; that rain or snow
fell on fourtoen days of the month; hall on
the 29th; the highest temperature was 70
on the 18th, the lowest, 23 on the 19th.
Mrs. Walsh will open her new stock of
millinery goods Saturday April 7th, thank
ing the ladies for past favors, the invites
nil to call and see bor new goods.
There u a caseation in tbo small-pox
epidemic at Paducah, but a bad disoasod
has now broken out among cows of which
the News of Thursday says it "promises to
be as trouble as it waa last spring, when so
many cattle died with it. The symptoms
FOR FINISUING, TINTING AND DECORATING WALLS AND CEILINGS.
The Only Natural and Durable Material Known for the Purpose.
WHITE AND A VARIETY OF BEAUTIFUL TINTS. CHEAPER, HAND
SOMER AND BETTER THAN CALCIMINE, PAINT UU WALL PAPER.
ANY IIOUBEKEEPKU PAN APPL.Y IT.
OVER OLD. WALL PAPER.
The result is surprising, as it obliterates nil stripes and culms, covers patches and will
not cause a wrinkle or blister in the paper; aud the room is made proof against bugs,
etc., by brushing Alabastine in tho cracks and around the casinits and base, w here it
sets like stone. "Ready for use by addiog hot water.-j Fifty cents worth of Alt
bastine will cover 50 square yards of average wall with two coats; snd one coat w ill pro
duce better work than can be done with one coat of any other preparation, on the aino
surface. Call and see sample card of Tints aud learn our price.
V Oliio X-iOTree , and.
Cor. 8th St. & Wash. Ave.
POPULAR AND PROGRESSIVE
CASH MY GOODS HOUSE
now show the moat elegant stock of Dry Goods ever shown in Cairo, all of which
are offered ai prices that defy competition. Hujers of Dry GooOs will And it to
their advantage to look through our stork before lutromIng so-called closing
out sales. We offer the following specialties, well worthy the attention of all
close cash buyers:
100 pieces Nice Shirting Prints at 5c. per yd.
100 pieces New Lawns at o and 8c; worth 8 and 10c.
50 piece all wool filliug Dress GoimIs at 10, U 1-2 and 1 5 ; in all th? newest
All Wool Hunting, good black, at lc
Victoria Lawns at 10, 12 1-2, 15, 2 and 25c.
dotted Swisses at 12 1 2, 15, 20, 25c. and np. ,
New line Dress Oiughams at 8, 10 aud 12 l-2c ,
Largest Hue of Reliable black filks ever shown in the city, ranging' In. in
50 cents to 92.50 per yard.
Elegant Satin Brocades at 50 and 75c ; worth 75c and 81 00.
See our Great Bargains in BUck Satin at 75c and 1UU.
Oor Black Cashmeres, warranted all wool and fast black, at 50, CO, C5, 75c. and
II 00, are the best value ever shown in Cairo.
lOHdoz Ladies' Faucy Stripe, Hose, full regular at 25c; worth 35c
25 doz Plain Balbrigan Hose, full regular 20c.
25 doz Silk Clock Balbrigan Hose, full regular at 25c
Genuine Lisle Thread Hose at 75c: worth Klic
Ladies' 3-buttou Undressed Kid at 50c a pair; worth Slot).
Ladies' Undressed Moequetair Snede Glove at 75c; reduced fiom 8125.
Large Hue of Mosqnetair Kid Glove, warranted at $1 60; worth $1.75.
100 pieces of Russian Embroidery, uot to be found elsewnere.at 10, 12 1-2, 15
20 and 25c Just opened. These are the Greatest Bargains ever seen.
Elegant line of Children's Collars at 5, 8, 10, 15 and 25c
Ladies' Hemstitched Hdkfs., all linen, at 10c
Ladies' Hemstitched Hdkf., all liuen, colored border, at lfic
Great Bargains in Towels, Tahle Linens, bought from a forced linen sale in S. V.
Increased force; polite attention; reliable gomls at reliable prices. Do not fail
to see us before hu lug.
CIIAS. R. STUART.
are almost identical with the former cattle
plague, and people who own valuable cat
tle should look after them before it ia too
late. If any one knows of a remedy for
the complaint, if he will hand it in the
News will cheerfully publish it." Poor,
,, Mr. M. B. Sad!er is a new applicant
through Tub Bcllrtin fur public favors.
Mr. Sadler has been in business in Cairo
over a year and has built up a good trade.
Ho carries a good stock and those in waut
of clothing or lurnishing goods should read
what he has to say' and then not fail to give
him a call.
According to last evening's bulletin
the rivera had fallen nearly everywhere
above us. At Cincinnati the fall was ten
inches; at chattanooga, two inches; at
Louisville, eight inches; St. Louis, three
inches. Here, a rice of two feet four inches
was reported. At Louisville the fall be
gan during Thursday night. Louisville's
fall ought to reach here about to-night or
to morrow morning and ought to be per
ceptible here then unless intermodule
rains and streams nullified it.
A feature of great interest at the Cotui
quo Thursday night was the wrestling
match between Mr. Dick Cummin,' and
Mr. William Willie, which concluded
the performance. The match waa made fur
a stake of $100, the party making thr .-e
throws out of five taking the money.
There wat a largo audience and bets were
many and in same cases heavy. Referees
were chosen from .the audience who took
positions upon tho stage. The contest bo
gan about 11 o'clock and continued for
about half an hour, during which a fine
display of strength and akill w mndu
particularly by Mr. Cummings who, it was
plain fr im tho first, wis much the superior
in every way. Mr. Cummings threw bis
oppouent six times in succession In ss many
rounds, throwing him once more than the
number of rounds agreed upon in order to
decide the second, about which there was
some, dispute. Cummings, of course, took
the money, and annnuncod at the conclu
sion, that he would wrestle with any Cairoito
at any timo for any sum not exceeding ono
bundled dollars 'just to please the boys."
TWENTY-FIVE DOLLARS REWARD I
Tho sbovo amount will b. paid for. infor
mation that will lead to tho discovery of
party who used the telephone of E. Ellis,
No, 199, on the morning of 4tb Inst, about
two o'clock to circulate a malicious false
hood in regard to myself, J. II. Jokes.
Cairo, April 0th, 1888. It
Noilcoi Io tbi. column ibrw Hut. or lw .-iccj.i
one Inm'rtloo or fl ii p.rweuk.
i" iM)KS.LK.--Blankf. Cbmul MorK.
Wrriil and Warranty Deed, n th Ilulleim
Job olBc 78 Ohio Ltvo
' i b'"D LOTS KOK HALK .-Od Mllrol Mreet
vX hlow ftth, llire loll S, tod lit, block IS. lift by
ft) far b, making 75 fuel oo Ksliroirt ttrert mi l 'JO
fret deep. For particular apply nt Bulletin ut'ee.
COMPLIMENTARY BKSF.n f
MISS ANNIE PITCHER
Opera House, April 12, U58:J.
Piano Solo-'La Honnmbula" Llt
.MU. WISTIB Dl'NSIMt,
Data Solo "Lt All Uhcy".. .Kr.im EbrbaDtreaa
Prof. K. S CLARK
Du'tt- "t'omo, Lovn'' Pltmuti
Mr. W. WlttdUT. Mia. JIATTIK M K KK.
Solo "to PhcIo" Ad-Murto Celll
Mlaa ANN1K HITCH K ",
with ClarloDHt obllgato Solo, br Prof. Stor -r.
Duo For O nrioDtM anil Piano.
Mna KIDA COKI.ISS and Prof. STOKR.lt.
Cllorua-With 01lt ) 8o'o-'Kvvr Ue Happy."
Solo MIm Annie Pitcher.
Cliorua Memra. Mutcmf, AIthori'. McKire,
flavin, Crowd! and Clark.
Vocal S )'o-"Who Will UurMr Roea Hect,"
MI- I IDA PITCH Kit.
Vocal I)iH!it--BrlndlHt" Mualu
Mm J. M.LAKHUKN, Mlaa ANNIE PITCUKU.
Bolo -"Kruanl. Fly WHh Ma."
Ml.a MAMIK COKt 1SS.
Vocal Duett-'TotnHto v Heart" WlllaM
Mla AN NIK PITCH KB, Mr. FHANK MKTCALP.
Mr. J. M LANSUKN.
(jilrtotte' Boatman'a liood Nlghl Sou,
Mr. .1. M.LANI-N. M' ANNIK PITCIIKlt.
K.ri. AISTMOUPE and Cl.AKK.
Fitnry EtMbltlon Drill by tlie Ualliday Guard".
Contort to communce at o'clock.
AFAIK AND SUPPER
Kor the bnefli of
St. Patrick's Church
will be held at tho old Kcform Hall on Tenth
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday
April 0th. Win aud 11th. Tha public la Invited.
CHOI'S AN OK HO. 19.
An ordinance tranalerrlog H 10, block U, city of
Cairo, and lot 10, block 14, l allroad addition ,,
the Flmt ward of the city of Cairo. He It ordained
by the city conncll of tha cltv of Cairo:
Slmtlnnl' That tho tt-rrttory embracod by lot
K block 14, cltv of Cairo, (npon wh'ch lot thu
Arab entiiou honae now .tarda) and lot 10, block 14,
Kallroad addition to the city of Cairn, be trai fur
red to, and ahll hereafter be Included w thiu the
limit of, the riratward ofthlf city.
App oved April H, A. D. 'SHH,
N H.THISTLKWOOD, Mayor.
Atteatt I. -I. Koi rT. City Clerk.
Pabliehvd In Cairo Dally Bulletin April 7lh, lHS'i.