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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 10, 1888.
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 Hue 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.
BE Will IB,
Cor. 8th St. & Commercial A.ve.
M. WERNER & SON, Props.
SAM BURGER, "Tho Palace" Clothier, is again before too public with the most
STOCK OF SPRING and SUMMER GIOTHING
ever exhibitud in this city our competitors in sober thought do not gainsay the fact.
"All the worlds a atae!'' In our stock you will find styles for the "whining
school-boy j the sili'mR lover; tho seeker after the bubble reputation; the justice, with
fair round belly; tho sixth age, with whistling trebble pipey, and last scene of all that
cuds this strango eventful history, second childishness."
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
The Oscar Wilds can find everything their esthethical minda may desire. Our
shelves arejust loadwd down with the tine things of Europe and America. We flatter
ourselves in saying we excel all 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 can not bo suitod by us, tney need seeit no turther. STEFaON
MANHATTAN and other first-class makes in abundance.
We desire most respectfully to call their attention to our elegant line of "LITTLE
CLOTHES FOR THE BIG FOLKS," consisting in l'art of Coat, Pants and Vest;
Suits and Kilts, with Caps to mutch. We present each purchaser with a fine whip.
whistle or hoop. t
Call and examine our stock, and we shall make it as pleasant for you as possible
Our "PICTURE CARDS" of many kinds are tree to an wno call tor them.
"THE PALACE" CLOTHIER.
$ A week made at Home oy .b indin
1 trtooB. Beat nualneM now before the
i nbiic. Capital not oiedi'd. We
I J will atari yon. Men. wn:neu. hoys
" and girla wanted eyeryw here to work
forns. Now is the time. Yon can
work In aprre time, or kIvo vonr whole time to the
bnaineee. No other budnese will par you nearly
swell. No one can fall to make cnormone pay,
byengagelngatonce. Coetly outfit and torm" free
.Money made fact, easily, and honorably. Addrea
TRUE A CO., Angneta.maine.
SEE SEW BABGA1SS THIS WEEK!
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We will olfer this week a lot of good and nice Dress Goods in all grades and shades for
only part of the Original Cot. Pieces large enough for Children's Dresses in Dress Goods
and Summer 8ilksforoi.lv one-half of the Original Cost.
THE GREATEST BAlMUlNS ever offered in Cairo! A chance for a lady to buy a good
Dress for herself or little girl for a very little money.
We invite everybody to call and see the Greatest Bargains that we offer iu all kinds of
Dry Goods in the latest and newest styles out; also all kinds of Hoisery in the latest shades.
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.
You must not think that we offer these Goods so low, because they are old styles or bad
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 that even this spring we received already at
least live times as much Carpe' as any other house in town, and the same with our en
In Clothing and Gents' Furnishing Goods,
new and latest styles, just received, we offer at very low prices. You
can really buy of us a' suit from 2.00 to $1.00 less than in any other
store in town. We invite all to call on us and see the GREAT
BARGAINS that we offer.
Commercial Avenue, Between Eighth and Ninth Streets,
CAIRO, ILL,! JSTOIS.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Slock
IN THK CITY.
GOODS SOLI) VERY CLOSE
O. O. PAT1KK Ac CO..
Oor. Nineteenth street I Pa 5 w 111
"ommarclaUvanMI IdlUC, III,
Ik. . IMtTU.
IWBKHT A. mil II,
Grand Central Store.
CLIKO. - - ILL.
M. B. SADLEK,
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, ROOTS and
Although we started here on a small scale, wo can now
assure the public that we have a room of respectable di
mensions, tilled to repletion with a good stock of "oods,
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 Mieve in
selling goods that will give satisfaction, and discard
shoddies and satinets altogether.
We solicit a share of the patronage of tho citizens
of Cairo, and respectfully invite them to give us a call,
when they will find that can substantiate our assertions!
the daily bulletin:
OFFICE: NO. 78 OHIO LKVEK.
ENTERED AT THE CAIRO rOSTOFFlCE FOB
TRANSMISSION THROUGH TBB MAILS AT 6 EC
OSD CLASS RATES.
'KKU'iAl, PAPER or CITY AND COUNT!
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Nottcei in these eoinmni, tea eanti par Una
" n nuwiui'i iuM.nl VI HUti II I all U'
luted to foward any mane btieineie Interim are
Matter of local interest on second and
A regular meeting of the city council
takes place to-night; the second lo this
Wall paper, latest styles and designs,
window curtains, picture moulding, etc., at
Jeff. Clark's. tf
A jolly little party wag that which visi
ted Fort JetTer3on on the steamer Three
States Sunday afternoon.
Another coop of Bramah chickens to
be raffled Saturday night at the Good Luck
Salixm. Secure your chances,
Andrew Lohr's Genuine Aromatic Ilel-
fast Ginger Ale, a pure pleasant and
wholesome temperance beverage, is now
on sale at the leading saloons. tf
Mrs. Dr. Arter is building an arbor
and otherwise beautifying the grouuds
around her-eidence on Tenth street.
At 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon the
river stood at high water mark at New Or
leansthe hih water mark ot 1874.
Attend the Halliday Guards ball at
their armory April 13, competitive drill for
A new stone crossing, over Commer
cial avenue on the north side of Twelfth
street, is one of the minor public improve
ments now in progress.
Because ot the non-arrival of Mrs.
Bsyley, tho pleasant entertalament promi
sed to the little folks at Reform hall last
niht, was not given. Mrs. B. could not
meet her appointment.
School children will find The Bulle
tin scratch-books Nos. 3 and 8 lor sale at
Phil Saup's candy store. tf
Do not fail to attend the presentation
of Strauss' splendid Waltz Opera "The
Merry War" by the Uaverly Company at
the Opera LIouso Friday night. Buder is
soiling tickets and reserved seats.
Friday last Mr. Stephen Bird, at Bird's
Point, Mo., was trying to pick a caD out of
a.cartridge, when it exploded; two fingers of
uis lett hand wero so badly injured that
amputation was necessary. Dr. Dunning
was called upon to perioral this ceremony.
The entrance to The Bulletin news
and job rooms is from Ohio levee No. 78,
and is open day apd night. tf
The St. LouiB and Cairo railroad has
removed all its rolling stock from hereon
account of high water. An engine that
bail been loft behind, and that is nooded
elsewhere, was yesterday loaded upon a flat
car and taken out by some other road.
While the prices for admission to the
"Merry War" ptoduction at the Opera
House Friday night have been placed a
trifle above that known as popular prices,
we feel assured those who attend will not
regret the extra expense, as there is no
doubt but what the company is tho best
that have ever presented opera here since
the Abbott engagement.
Call at Mrs. 8. Williamson's, on 8e?.
enth street near Commercial avenue, and
have your old hats sbapod and made over
in tho latest style for the small sum ol
twenty -five cents. tt
By last evening's weather bulletin it
appeared that during tho previous twenty
four hours the river rose one foot two Inch
es hero, standing at, forty-one
feet ten inches; at Chatanooga,
it rose ten inchoo; at Cincin
nati, throe inches; Louisville, nine inches;
St. Louis, eight inches. But at Cinciunatl
it bogan to fall yesterday about noon.
Tho city's stone wall on Ohio lovee
street is much over half done and looks
very substantial. When the rivergnea down
again the sloping bank outside will proba-
FOR FINISUING, TINTINO AND DECORATING WALLS AND CEILINGS.
The fln!j Natural and Durable Material Known for the Purpose.
WHITE AND A VARIETY OF BEAUTIFUL TINTS. CHEAPER, HAND
SOMER AND BETTER THAN CALCIMINE, PAINT OR WALL PAPER
ANY HOUSEKEEPER PAN APPL.Y IT.
OVER OLD WALL PAPER.
Tho result is surprising, as it obliterates all stripes and colors, covers patches and will
not cause a wnnklH or blister in tho paper; and tho room is made proof against bugs,
etc., by brushing Alabastine in tho cracks and around the casings and baso, where it
sets like stone. J3f-Ready for Use by adding hot water.gf-J Fifty cents worth of Ala
bastine will cover 50 square yards of average wall with two coats; and ouo coat will pro
duce better work than can be done with ono coat of any other preparation, on the saruo
surface. Call and Bee sample card of Tints and learn our prices.
7 Olaio Levee and
Cor. 8th St. Wash. Ave.
POPULAR AND PROGRESSIVE
CASH DRY GOODS HOUSE
now show the most elegant stock of Dry Goods ever shown in Cairo, all of whlt-h
are offered ai prices that defy competition. Buyers of Dry Goods will find it to
their advantage to look through our stock before latronizino-m.-puiimi rinon,r
out sales. We offer the following specialties, well worthy the attention of ail
close cask buyers:
100 pieces Nice Shirting Prints at 5c. por yd.
100 pieces New Lawns at 5 aud tc; wortti 8 and 10c.
60 pieces all wool filling Dress Goods at 10, 12 1-2 and 15; in all the uewest
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 line Dress Ginghams at 8, 10 aud 12 l-2c.
Largest line of Reliable Black Mlks ever shown in the city, ranging fim
50 cents to $2.f0 per yard.
Elegant Satin Brocades at 50 and 75c ; worth 75c and 81.00.
See onr Great Bargains in Black Satin at 75c and H 00.
Our Black Cashmeres, warranted all wool and fast black, at 50, 00, f3. 75c. and
i o". are me oesi vaiue ever snowrjia tairo.
10ft doz Ladies' Fancy Striue Hose, full regular at 25c: worth 35c.
2o doz Plain Falbngan Hose, full regular 20c.
25 doz Silk Clock Balbrigan Hose, full regular at 25c
Genuine Lisle Thread Hose at 75c: worth 90c.
Ladies' 3-button Undressed Kid at 50c a pair; worth 81. 00.
Ladies' Undressed Mosquetair Snede Glove at 75c; reduced from 8125.
Large line of Mosquetair Kid Glove, warranted at $150 ; worth $1.75.
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iwo piwrs ui nu.TOiiu biuuroiuiTy, uoi iu oo iouuu eisewnere.ai iu, n i-z, in
20 and 25c. i tint opened. These are the Greatest Bargains ever Keen.
Elegant line of Children's Collars at 5, 8, 10, 15 and 25c
Ladies' Hemstitched Hdkfs.. all linen, at 10c.
Ladies' Hemstitched Hdkfs-, all linen, colored korder, at 16c
Great Bargains in Towels, Table Linens, bought from a forced linen sale in N. Y.
Increased force; polite attention; reliable goods at reliable prices. Do not fail
to see us before buy ing.
CHAS. R. STUART.
Notice. In Mil column three lines or let ft cent
out Insertion or $1,00 p'T week.
If OK SALE. Blanks, Chatta!
waul. mnA IV.mnl a !
ion omce in unio i.evi'n
la at ilia Bulletin
11'KMiHKD KOOMS-Kor rent, corner Uth and
Waabluzton ave. AiidIv to Mm. FAhliKLL
bly bo riprapped with rock for several feet
from the wall, which will secure tho base
of the wall against any probable action of
the wav- s at the next rise and render the
mprovouieot of a permanent nature. At
present the work is suspended, partly be
cause of the lack of stone but principally
because of high water which is up against
tho wall for a long stretch.
Tho work on Eighth street is progress
ing noely. l no late noavy rain packed
down that part that was rkished so that it
presents a aolid surtaco tor the heaviest
oadg. Tho gravel used is undoubtedly tho
best that is in tho city, and if any further
improvements of the kind are to be made,
the Mobile and Ohio road ought to bo nego
tiated with for the gravel.
For representative in council from the
First Ward, Mr. Harry Walker announcoa
himself in this morning's Bclletis.
Everybody knows Harry Walker for a jlly
good fellow; a live business man; an enter
prising citizen; a man of good sense. It it
tho flrst time, we believe, that Harry has
ventured to aspire to any municipal honor
and he stands a good chance of having his
onging gratifiod. He is materially inter
ested in the woll fare of tho people of his
ward and would, if elected, see that tho
needs of his constituent were properly
There is considerable speculation hero
as to what object the Illinois Ceutral road
can have in building an incline at Mound
City, to connect tho Mound's Junction
brauch of that road with tho river. There
no road opposite Mound City, in Ken
tucky, with which connection could be had
and thcro is not likely to bo any. Those
who are connected with tho company and
who ought to know refuse to speak on the
subject cut the conversation short by In-,
vlting a follow to "come and take a drink"
after the manner of tbo polltican
and leave him to gucoi at tho answor to
his inquires. Hut it is likely that, in an-
cipation of a hoavy business, the company
s preparing greater facilities for tbo reshiD-
mont and handling of freights.
rheumatic vnnntr lurlv at Vurnr.
- - j - n - i - i
Whose teacher doclined to pans her.
St. Jacobs Oil bought,
And the cure it wrought,
Showed that none could out class her.
MISS ANNIE PITCHER
Opera House, April 12. 11183.
Piano Solo-"La Honamhnla" .. l int
MUa WINTIfC DU.NSIKU,
BaM Solo "Let All Obey" From KLchanueal
Prof. K. b CLARK.
Onflt-"Come. lxW I'lnautl
Mn. W. WRIUUT, Mim IIATTIK Mi K KK.
8olo-"Cn Bacio" Ad Murlo Cellt
Mlt ANNUS PITCH KK.
with Clarionet Obllvatn Solo, br Prof. Mor.T.
Duo For C arlonet and Plauo.
Mm a KIUA CORLISS anil Prof. STOUKlt.
Chorua With Ollxato S:o-"Kyit Bo Happy."
8olo MIm Annie Pitcher.
Chorua MeMra. Matcalf, AUthorpi), Mr.Kee,
Davta, Crowel! and Clark.
Miaa MAKY WHITACKB.
Vocal ttolo-'-Who Will BuyMt Eo Red."
MIm tIDA PJTCJJEK.
Vocal Delt-Brlndli, .Muzto
Mra. J. M.LANHDKN, Mlaa ANN1R PITCUKK.
8olo-"Krnanl. Kl With Mo."
MIm MAMIE COW.1S3.
Vocal Dnett "Come to My Heart" Wlllurcl
Mlaa ANNIE PITCHER, Mr. FRANK METCALF.
Mr. J. M. LANSDEN.
(Jurtetta "Boatman'i Good Nlutu Song,
Mr. J. M. LANrtDWN. MIm ANNIE PITCHER,
learn. A18THOBPK and CLARK.
Fancy Exhibition Drill by the Ilalllday Gnardx.
Concert to commence at 8 o'clock.
(JAIU0 OPERA HOUSE.
FRIDAY APRIL 13.
TUB ELITE EVENTI
A ORAND OCCASION I
J. II. HAVERLY'S
ENGLISH OPERA CO.
Presenting npon a ncalu of unpreoila. ti"l
niaifniflci'nce the latent maaturwork it
Johann Strain, entitled
The Kama Original Caatl The Same Grand
Ohorual The Same BlaborBto Cnntiiiiu l
which created the aenaatlon In Now York,
where It held the atage for live months.
gillaverty's Own Orchestra
Q1al fsf 1 DaiMaMAlt fi.i Im f)a 11..II. - J
...v-.v v i i'vvifi av i ajiovn, a ItiuilVlin n I J U
T.lraOn. til Q tt mammvu A Uattm Ttrnaa ....
AdmlflftTon, 1,00 nd 75c. tOftllory.Wc, '
Carrlaftui it 10:45: Llbnttoft at Box Office.
fin Nhnut AiMti Tfiniri. mnvnlntv A .
Burtur ji'wntry Mtor. '