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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 8, 188.
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We have now received our complete stock of Spring
Goods, and would all 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
gro wins?, wo 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 stylo
in that line.
Wo make a specialty of Hats. Shirts made to order.
HUM MI mil
Cor. 8th St. & Commercial Ave.
M. WERNER & SON, Props.
8AM BURGER, "The Palace" Clothier, is again before the public with the most
STOCK OF SWUNG and SUMMER CLOTHING
ever exhibited in this citv our roinnetitora in sober thought do not gainsay the fact.
"All the worlds a BtHKcl' In our stock you will find styles for the "whining
dcbool-boy; tho sighing lover; tho seeker after tho bubble reputation; tho justice, with
fair round bully; tho sixth age, with whistling trebble pipey, and last scene of all that
ends this strange evcullul hitttoiy, second childishness.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
The Oscar Wilds can find everything their enlhethical minds may desire. Our
slmlves are just loadwd dowu with the tine things of Europe and America. We flutter
ourselves in sivmir we excel nil others in this lino. Particular attention is called to
our stock of elegant NECKWEAR.
In this department we call the attention ot lovers of elegant head gear, for we are
certain that if they cim not be suited by uo, they need seek no further. STEFSON,
MANHATTAN and other first-class makes in abundance.
We desire nwt respectfully to call their attention to our elegant line of "LITTLE
CLOTHES FOll THE BIO FOLKS," consisting in Purt of Coat, Pants and Vest;
Suits and KiltH, with Caps to match. v present each purchaser with a fine whip,
whistle or hoop.
Call aud eximine our stocK, ana we stiiui maite it as pleasant for you a possible.
"PICTURE CARDS" of many kinds are free to all who call for them.
"THE PALACE" CLOTHIER.
A wee km arte at home fir 'h mdii"
trlou. Hent buinen now nei. ru no
tub,ic. Capital not needed. We
will etart you. Men. women. 00) J
and girls wanted everywhere; o work
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work In eprre time, or give tour whole time to the
bnaineM. No other bnilnea will pay Jon neany
aawell. So one can fall to make enormous pay,
by engagelng at one. Coatly outfit and term" free
Money made fan, easily, and honorably. Addreaa
TRUE CO., AutfUfta.niaine.
CLOSING - SALE NEXT MONDAY !
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We will offer on Monday next at lot of Good and Nice Dress Goods in all grades and
shades for only part of the original Cost. Pices large enough for Children's Dresses in
Dress Goods and Summer Silks for onlv one-half of the Original Cost.
The Greatest bargains ever oil'ei ed in Cairo! A chance for a lady to buy a Good Dress
for herself or little girl for a very little monny.
We invite everybody to call and see the Great Bargains that we oiler m all kinds of
Dry Goods in the lattst and newest styles out; also all kinds of JIOSlEJiY in the latest
we offer the same bargains as last week. Pieces in twenty yards or less for one-half
of the cost, and others at greatly reduced prices.
lou must not think that we oiler these Goods so low, because tney are old styles or oan
patterns. Our Carpet trade is so large that we are constantly changing our stock and get
ting in NEW GOODS, and we can safely say i hat even this spring we received already at
least five times as much Carpet as any other house in town, and the same with our en
Iii Clothing and Gents' Furnishing Goods,
new and latest styles, just received, we oiler at very low prices. You
can really buy of us a suit from 2.00 to $i.00 less than in any other
store in town.
Cuniuiercial Avenue, Between Eighth and Ninth Streets,
M. B. SADLEK,
So. 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, wo cau now
assure the public that we have a room of respectable di
mensions, tilled 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
selling goods that will give satisfaction, and discard
shoddies and satinets altogether.
We solicit a share of the patronage of the" citizens
of Cairo, and respectfully invite them to give us a call,
when 'they will find that can substantiate our assertions.
WHOLK8ALE AND KRTAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLI) VERY CLOSE
O. O. PATlKii OO..
Oor. NiuoUunth Ureal 1 r. , rl.
OnmmnrclU)imr UllTO, III.
IAS. H. KITH.
K'litiiT 4. mini.
Grand Central Store.
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THE DAILY BULLETIN
OFl'lCE; NO. 78 OHIO LEVEE.
KSTERKO AT THB CAIBO POSTOFriCB FOR
TRANSMISSION THBOUOHTHB MAILS AT SEC
OND CLASS RATES.
"Ft'UilAL PA VBK Vt CITY AND COUNTY
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice. In thene commni, tea emu per tint,
r. insertion and whether marked or not, if calcn.
luted to fowa-d any man's buelneat Inleroit ire
Captain Dugan was at The Halliday
The usual services to-day at the Meth
odist and Episcopal cburcbet.
Lemon soda at Phil. Saup's. It
Harry Walker has a curiosity in the
form of an ens with three yolks.
Mr. C. Schulze, of Grand Tower, is io
the city, f linking hands with many old
Fr-sh, Plymouth Rock Ejjgsf m!eat
G. D. Williamson's. It
Thn new dancing club gave a bal! at
ItePorm hall Friday night, that was about
as plens;int an affair of its kind an it could
Dr. Marston, of St. Louis, will hold
services at the Baptist church this morning
at the usual hour. Sunday school at 0.
Monday night, April 16th the K. M. K
C. will give another of their popular balls.
The colored grocery keeper on Com
imrcial avenue near Fifth street, named
Green, died yesterday morning and will be
An article on Protective Tariff in anoth
er column deserves careful reading, it is
of equal Interest to the ladies and to business
Strawberry soda at Phil. Saup's. It
Sheriff Hodges, at his own expense,
eivens his office in the court-house a com
plete overhauling, making it a thing pleas
ing to look upon.
Presbyterian services will be conduc
ted to-day at Reform hall by Ref. B. Y.
Gorgc. At the morning service the Holy
Communion will be celebrated.
Wall paper, latest Btyles and designs,
window curtains, picture moulding, etc., at
Jeff. Clark's. tf
The election for school directors yes
terday resulted as follows: total number of
votes cast, 187; N. B. Thistlewood, and
M. J. Ilowley each 179; scattering, 3.
Messrs. Thistlewood and Howley are there
Mr. J. II. Purcell, of Chicago, was a
guest at The Halliday yesterday, on his way
from the south home. Mr. Purcell was the
founder of the New York Store in this city
during the civil war. He will probably be
remembered by many citizens here now.
Candidates may come on with theirsn
nouncementfi, but don't forgot the cash in
advance rule which is rigidly euforced.
Mr. Fred E. Wright, goueral represen
tative of Haverly's Opera company, was
hero yesterday and concluded arrange
ments with Manager Shields, for the ap
pearance of the Merry War company here
nu the 13th.
Tho work of repairing the county
court-room is progressing slowly. It is
thought that tho hall will be attended to
after the court-room shall be flnisbed. The
ball needs repairing very much and tbe
work could be done at little cost.
Andrew Lohr's Gonuine Aromatic Bel
fast Ginger Ale, a pare pleasant and
wholesome temperance boversgo, Is now
on mile at tbe leading saloons. tf
Boys engaged in catching ball on
Sixth street yesterday morning trigbtenod
a hone attnclicd to a delivery wagon, caus
ing him to run away. The animal was
stopped at Twelfth and Ohio levee, without
having done any damage to himsolf or the
Pulaski Patriot: "Mr. Hudson, an offi
cial of the Illinois Central and Judge W,
II. Green of Cairo, wore in the city op
Thursday, and in company with a oumber
FOR FINISHING, TINTING AND DECORATING WALLS AND CEILINGS.
Ik Only Natural anil. Durable Material Known for the Purpose.
WHITE AND A VARIETY OF BEAUTIFUL TINTS. CHEAPER. HAND
SO ME It AND BETTER THAN CALCIMINE, PAINT OR WALL PAPER
ANV IIOUSEKEEPKK PAN APPIjY IT.
OVER OLD WALL PAPER.
The result is surprising, as it obliterates all stripes and colors, covers patches and will
not cause a wrinkbi or blister in the paper; and the room is made proof against bugs
etc., by brushing Alabnstino in the cracks and around the casing and base where it
sets like stone. J-Ready for uso by adding hot watcr.fj Fifty cents wJrth of Ala
bastinowill cover 50 square yards of average wall with two coats; and one coat will pro
duce better work than can bo done with one coat of any other preparation, ou the same
surface. Call and see sample card of Tints and learn our prices.
7 Olxio Xjevse an.& T
Cor. 8th St. Wash. Ave.
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POPULAR AND PROGRESSIVE
CASH DRY GOODS HOUSE
now show the most elegant stock of Dry Goods ever shown in Cairo, all of which
are offered at prices that defy competition. Buyers of Dry GooiN will find it to
their advantage to look through oar stock before t atronuiitg so-called closing
out sales. We offer the follow iug upecialties, well worthy the attention of all
closo cash buyers ;
100 pieces Nice Shirting Prints at 5c, per yd.
100 pieces Sew Lawns at 5 aud iic; worth 8 and 10c.
50 pieces all wool filling Dress Goods at 10, 12 1-2 and 15; In all the newest
All Wool Bunting, good black, at 18c
Victoria Lawns at 10, 12 1-2, 15, 20 and 25c.
Dotted Swisses at 12 1 2, 15, 20, 25c. and up.
New Hue Dress Ginghams at 8, 10 and 12 l-2c.
Larget line of Reliable Black Mlks ever shown in the city, ranging from
50 cents to 62.50 per yarJ.
Elegant Satin Iii-ocades at 50 and 75c.; worth 75c. aud $1.00.
See our Great Bargains in Black Satin at 75c. and 100.
Our Black Cashmeres, warranted all wool amd fast black, at 50, 60, 05, 75c. and
1 00, are the best value ever shown in Cairo.
100 doz Ladies' Fancy Stripe Hose, full regular at 25c; worth .'15c.
25 doz Plain Balbi igan Hose, full regular 20c.
25 doz Silk Clock Halbrigan Hose, full regular at 25c
Genuine Lisle Thread Hose at 75c: worth 90c.
Ladies' 3-bntton Undressed Kid at 50c a pair; worth 81.00.
Ladies' Undressed Mosquetair Suede Glove at 75c; reduced from $1 25.
Lirgeliue of Mosqnetair Kid Glove, warranted at $1 50; worth 81.75.
100 pieces of Russian Embroidery, not to be found elsewnere, at 10, 12 1-2, 15
20 and 25c. just opened. These are the Greatest Bargams ever htii.
Elegant line of Children's Collars at 5, 8, 10, 15 and 25c.
Ladies' Hemstitched Hdkls., all linen, at 10c
I.fidW Hpmstitflipd lldkfi . all linen, colored border, at 16c
Great Bargains in Towels, Table Linens, bought from a forced linen s;ik in N. V.
Increased force; indite attention; reliable goods at reliable prices. Do not fail
to see us before bujing.
CIIAS. R. STUART.
of our leading citizens, were looking over
the ground with the view ot putting in an
incline at an early day. The council Lad a
meeting on the same evening to take action
on the proposition of the company, but no
conclusion was arrived at. The mayor ap
pointed Dtniel Ilogan, A. J. Doucherty and
G. F. Meyer as a committee to confer with
the company's representatives in regard to
the matter. The company asks permission
to put down two tracks on Railroad avenue
a portion of tho reservation and an ap
proach to the river for incline purposes."
Consignment of Hungarian Seeds and
German Millet, Onion Setts, Early Seed
Potatoes, Fish, Bate Cheese. Cheap at No.
15 8th st. It O. M. Aloes.
Advices received by the state board of
health leave no doubt that the cases of
small-pox in Makauda, Jackson county,
were tbe result of contagion contracted
during a visit to New Orleans. The party
wero in that city from Feb. 20 to March 2,
and report small-pox flags visible in many
places. Within two weeks after their re
turn, one of tho ladies was stricken down
with varioloid, and commuuicatcd tmall
px to her unvaccinated infant. ThU3 far
the disease has been confined to these two
cases, and tho attending physicians reports
that ho does not anticipate turthcr spread,
owing to general compliance with the rules
of the state board last year. This makes
nine known caBes of importation since Jan.
The free delivery system maintained by
fading shops of all kinds in this and other
cities is a very great convenience to the
public, but it is, like many other public
conveniences, often grossly abused. A lady
buys a fuathor or a pair of kid gloves and
orders the package sont to her borne, per
haps a mile away. Competition leads busi
ness houses to sell goods on such con di
tions, but it must bo manifest that the sys
tem is only devised and intended to cover
such packages as are a positive inconven
ience to carry. In Boston the practice of
the loadjng dry goods stores has been to de
liver goods anywhero within a radius of
eight miles, but customers h ave been spoil
ed by the indulgence, and a meeting was
recently held by representatives of the
leading firms. All of them had instances
to relate where ladies demanded the de
livery of such articles as a six-cent pioce of
braid, etc., and the result was an agree
ment to cut off all tho suburbs from the
free systom, thus narro wing the territory to
be covored to loss than one-halt what it has
been for yoars.
Nutlcef Id thl column three lout or
ooeluitertloD or 1 0) ptrwevk.
rrulr nd Wrriaty Dcodi at tint llullttln
noR ciALK.-niinki. Chilli! Morc.
Mtrrtntjr tad wrro
J oh offlc 78 Ohio Levei
i'L'ttM'HKl) KVOM For rut, cars, r 11th r"d
Whtngton ve. Apply to Mm. KA h KK lL.
COMPLIMENTARY BE X R FIT
MISS ANNIE riTCIIEK
Opera House, April 12, 1003,
Piano Solo-"L Sonamhula" ....Llt
.Vise WINTIS DUNNINO.
ISmi Solo "Let All Obey"... .From Ebchactruii
I'rof. B. b CLARK.
Duftt-"Come, Love'' I'lnxutl
Mrs. W. WRIliHT, MIM HAT 1 IK Mc K KK.
Solo "Un Baclo" Ad Murlo C'elll
Mlna ANNIK PITCH Kk,
with Clarionet OblU&to Solo, br Prqf. 8tor;r.
Duo For C arionet nJ i'lamt.
Mim HI DA CORLISS ami Prof. STORKK.
Chorua With Ollato SoIo-'-Kver Bu Happy."
Polo Ml Annie Pitcher.
Choroa Memri. Matculf, Aluthoipr, McKvo,
Davie, Crowell and Clark.
JllSa MARY WUITACRE.
Vocal Bolo-"Wno Will UurMr Rot Hod,"
Mini LIDA P1TCUER.
Vocal niiEtt--'BrlndlP Mnslo
Mra. J. M. LANHDBN, Mlea ANNIK PITCHER.
8olo-"Ernnl. Klv WUh Me."
Mlea MAMIK OOlU JSS.
Vocal Dnott-"Cnme to My Heart" Wlllard
MIm ANNIK PITCHER, Mr. FRANK M ETC ALK.
Mrs. J. M. LANstDKN.
Qurtetto 'Boatman'a Good Nlittit Song,
Mra. J. H. LANrtl)uN, Miss ANNIE PITCHKK,
Messrs. AISTUOBPK and CLARK.
Fancy Exhibition Drill by tie Halliday Guards.
Concert to commonce ot 8 o'clock.
rou citt Tuuauuita.
Kd'tor Cairo Ballot In:
Please announce ma at a candidate; tor the odloii
olCltyTreaauror at tbe coining city eloctlon.
LOUIS U. MYKRS.
Cairo. Til.. March Slth. 1883.
FOB CITT CLERK.
Editor Bulletin' . ,
PUaee announce mo ai a candidate for City
Clock at tbe clt, . lect-on. wmTCAMI,
Cairo, 111 , March 3h. 1883.
Editor Bulletin! M , , ., . ,
I announce ntv.olf a. a f.ndM.t. ftj. C. Cl.,k.
Cairo, 111., March 80th, 1883.
Editor Bnllotlnt t
1'leana announce that I am a caualdato for ro
i,t,.ir.n in the office of Clt C'lur at tlio p. unlnn
.l.tlon. - U.J. KDI. ICS.
FOH CITT ATTOItNKV.
We are authorised to aunoinice Mr. Aneiti
Look aa a candidate lur City Attorney at tlio ap
proacblng city election.
Pleiiao announce that I am a candidate for ru.
election to tbe office of City Attornty at or.aiilna
city election. W, It. HKNURICKs,
Cairo, 111., April 41b, 188S. '