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IUILV CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNJiNfi, ATNL so; Ur3
As the b now aereawl
St i if XHliliY SUITS, winch are mujlc aiuuni in
ii n of u i SniN-soft rolling collar,, mginj:
IriU Iram 10- to 8:iOL?-is the largest and tot
:eJ)iuo evT seen in Cairo.
Wo positively sav that before piiwhasing
rour suit, it will pay you to examine our lanfe
The Law Compels
YOU TO WEAK CLOTHES,
And we Mil rusk it to your interest to boy fmm us. .Ye will show you
Ivtternyle and tuoro of ihem at any r.s nablo pnc that can lo tho wo
in all the sttui'i put together.
So if a torso stock is of any advantage to you to select
row. we have it. We vill show you better trimmed and
Business Suits either iroelv or su-iv muh, on, ?i im
for" Press Suits same as sold last ytar tor bo a suit more.
Purnisiiiiis " Goods Dcp't,
is complete hi every respect.
Shirts made to order. ' Ve make a specialty of Hats.
rn i funii til 1 1 ii
fHrffi X F
I I II L' U U Ilk
bor. 8th St & Commercial -:Vve.
M. WKHNKR & SOX, Proi.
, Leaders of Styles and Kejrulaters of Prices.
EETIS1NG from B
KhiH.W- vounff nun ne.dnot hw the.r cloihihg mv e to.-M.-r and
..vt;0orl.moifl. f.Tfearthey csnm-t b Mi.ted or tried. Our fine
oiuare ,.qt!. in .U respects, to lt custom-made and many a dollar
ii i . . j .. Lm.hi- iht finer (lurhpnn loive
fi. .Vi'iu rs wui pu r-ieasr ' " . t .
1 1 1 t a sc.4 ,r Sr we r. sni's Kir in em unit nic m
FOH FINISHING, TINTING AND DECORATING WALLS ANOCEIMNOri.
The Only Natural and Durable Material Known for the Purpose,
' WIIITK AND A VARIETY OP BEAUTIFUL TINTS. ( IIEAI'EH, HAND
KIMEU AND BETTER THAN CALCIMINE, I'ALNI OU WALL PAPER.
ANY IIOUSEK KKPK J i CAN APPLY IT.
OVER OLD WALL PAI'EH.
The result is surprising, us it obliterate nil strips and colors, coven, patches and will
nut cuU'O a wrinkle or blister in tin: paper; and the room j nm-l) proof iigaiost bugs,
etc., hy biushing Alahnstine in the cracks and around the casings and base, where it
nets like stone. J-rRcady for use. ly adding hot water.i-J Fifty o-nta wi.r'h of Ala
liuatine will cover 30 r(tinre yard of average witll with t wo ( ohi; mj.I ouo eout will pro
duce liefer work thin can tie done with one am of any otic r pr'prttiou, on the aamo
gin face. Cull and h u aample cird of Tints and heim mr prire.-.
los in p
..rMiva a i ctureonthof aU" and at pr.ro i. sun ineru
sn.i it' voii do not make the rxclatna-
.; a -,v.n .,( sh.-ha made -:":r h.T v-.rit t. Solomon, viz:
l.8;f tih rot Win told:-' We are Md vnn-Ukon.
SAM BURGEB. The "Palace" Clothier.
SureP.'-p. Whip na.i Fier-ch Hirj. Cm, s still left in alKind:uic for the
t ys grit illicitly.
OKHl'K: V.. 78 OHIO I.EVKK.
STE1 El) Al TUB CA1K ' riToKFiCr. JMK
rKO.MI&IOX TUK-TCH THE MAILS AT t-KC-OXP
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
On account of old a?e and ileclinin? health, I am com
pelled toa'etire from the excitement of mercantile life.
lwilLtliefore, close out my MA3DI0TII STOCK of
at a great sacrifice and regardless of cost.
This is no advertising dodge, but the plain
unvarnished truth as cau be proved by an exam
ination of our prices compared with former
Our stock his never I -en so complete nor varied, we show
ing moretlidii :i00 diJIerent styles and shapes, from the
most fashionable Ladies and Gents to the commonest Work
ing Shoes. We will positively sell every article at a
140 COM;L, A VE., bet. 8th & 9th.
Not.ce it tnr.r.r.. 'en fM,' t
lir' n.'n.or. ul wVlt-T ror-;i'! or imI. o c.'-a-I
.tod to f-waMa.T mj' bainM ntn't rc
ST6. 1-1-L Commcrcifil A.vgiiiig,
desivp foillvp t tin' ii't'iiti 'not tho citueus of Cairo and vicinity
to his we 1 nsviivrt sio.-k of
cumim;, (iUXTs' fujlmsiilng goods,
I lTA-rrSTA si. CATS,.. 15(K)TS and SnOttS.
Althoiuli wo "tiii't d li-Tf on agnail seal-. wo cm now assure the
pnldic that no liiiv a ro in of rc-pectihlc iliiiKMiMoiH. 11 leu in re
jileti mi w,t!i i yinil to.k of n mils, which wo will -oil at this lowet
liviinr pri'i s Wo. nss-vt, without I'mt rf contradiction, th t l ohoily
lias ever re -rived a poor art e'e of irn-.i.U I'io-ii our house; we hn ie ft
in M'll;ii;r::o 1. 1, t'mt will r.'ivc sali-i action, and I si'.uvl shoddies and
salitii ts allii ihcr.
We voiii it a bli i! c of the pu'rona-rc of the cit'zens of niro, and
respe-tfally iiute tlieui to irive ti a call, when they will find that
ve can snlNia-.lia'i our ucrtions.
tU ba open and rami v for hii.lni'M nn tV.n 11 uf
Mar, and turiiiot lauii'h Ixmru will hv m lit
The early i'mi l tin- ln"t m ui-t full In Li tit of
tkaCurtUvl'rni)iriiiij lho Uuicr.
for which ttir" t'l'rli) nrr nyix'n U tn,tcl cii'ilcl
b furuUUad Iriu jir in 11 .ji!o in Ii.mi
bn pnrmsnuMlv cine I by uuu tu Mir w. cku' May
tad a ttt nn ul iIjb ttt' r.
Pop U., 111. ' j-" '"S
FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN'.
Aeomplotfl Prlillnu Oltlcu wtth vh'ch iryeiirr.
Ctlc bo? tn mk uioi.iij-, or II will iuiid paj' fur
wlfla l)Uln m boutu.
I THIS OUTFIT,
ktabii oti'd t'ttlll.ltr. In food i now. and
Will batold lUnlf t-.i.t, for lauipli'i of wurk,
ta., tallow or Ji.ron
W. L. WJtldHT,
Ctr. Mb tit. Jt l.vuv.
Our wu,rons are now delivering the
DISTILLED VATEIl CE
t' all parli) of the city.
We Kaiii'it 3 our palroimiro and assure
you that we will serve you regularly
Absolutely I'nre Ice!
.We fuarantro full weight at all
iVllvprwl 100 His. iiml upward, 40c!
l iliveied I'M Ihiiu 100 lbs-, 50c.
Leave orders ut
Ttlpliouu No. 'JO.
our Factory, or
Everybody U invited to
coino and see the model Ice
The Distilled Water Ice Mfe
Mr. Jarne 6. Morns, of Ui'.in, is a
of TI.e HaliuirtY.
The r.ver is Cdl-in;,' here lut tijii'g t
Cinciomti, Lounlle, Clutianvoyi mi St.
Ilsrdy's (hnciD c'eies wili Dr""t at
Vashint-D halt at tiirht o'clock pnaiiptly
A rou'h river aal huh wind male
navigation ou the rivers here very d:i5cult
Ia the stte aricuituril deputm"t)t
Alexander county is put d-a for
(icres of wlie tliis year, nnd the average
couJitiou Ap;il 2J at 6.', ti 110 in April
1st the previous ytar.
Wall paper, utest Btylea an.l designs,
wimiow curt:tins, picture moulilinif. etc., at
Jeff. Clark's. tt
Wu acknowleiie the Toceipt of the fir-.
number of Peck'n Saitturo Illinokw,
puhliahed ut Da Qnin, by Gjj. E. P.-ck.
It is a neat hwikiu "hly edited litlie
pa; i-r. It lias nil tae element oi aiicr.e
and we hopo it will succeed.
The Bulletix openly supported Mr.
L'-ek. Mr. L-ek wns dufcateJ by 12D. Hie
Arus covertly huppoMei'l 5Ir. Winter. Mr.
Winter km defeated by 49U. Mr. Leek
consider himself under obligations to
Tub Bulletin; Mr. Winter tbar;ks hie
st irs tlmt he hhh u it annihilated and won-
ders where the d vil be would be if the
Aruus hail ventured t ibcah a solitary
word opeiity in hi.s h. btilf.
Andrew Lohr'a fJenuine Aromitic Ih 1-
fast Oini'iT Ale, a pare pleasant and
wholts'iin teinperaDC! beverage, is imw
on sale nt the leading saloons. U"
To.mlit the old city council will meet
for the purp-MA ofc;inv.issing tile votea and
declaring the nu!ts of Tuesd iy's election.
Toward the end of the month another i-pc-ci
il meeting will he culled fr lho purpose
of passing up in the bonds of tho new "Hi-
ceia elected to position requiring Jhomls to
bauiv-n, and tli-j iii'Xt regular meetiDg of
the council which will b on tlio lit of
Mav, will he th lira t f the newly e'.e-ie I
uieinbuis of tint h i ly, ail July qmlide I t )
attend to t Ii peopV' hiiHiiii'a,
01 1 Mrs. IIoppv continuea lo r mm
about the Kri its at all hour. of the day
and nit;lit, in n c mdition and under cir
CUinst'iiift's that d,;ina:id some attention
from the authoritii-a. If there ia any pos
sibility of getting her into the irninoo ay
lum where she belongs, tho ff-nto gain
adrni-Biou for her ought to lie promptly
made, even to tlej cxeluduii ol otlina. Mrs.
Oallinan, who is to bo tried to-day, is
probably not so had a case hs Mrs. lloppy
Is, at least tdiu do. a n it intra Id upon thu
pub ie, ho iiiueh and has bouii' nim to look
Call at Mr. S. WilliinmonV, on Sev
enth street neiif liommerciiil avenue, and
havu your ol.l hats tihaped and m,u(J 0V(,r
in the latest st;, le for thu mil mii , j
twenty-five centn. (t
-To-day Mrs. I 1U.7 flalligan h to bu
again arraigned bul'oro thu county court on
thcchiirgo oflnHiinity. It will m remeni
bererl that nho wascouvleted of tin charo
soniu time ago, nent to the Anni asylum,
and discharged from iIhto hhnrtly after
ami brought noiini again by hrr UHimnii, a.
tulegratu from Dr. Wimlnrr to Vhw.f Myers
sttlod that shu was dhcliargud uneurod
Up in application of her huslminl who re
presented that lie would Ukij her to Ireland
lo the hope of benefiting h"r. Hut iu'f
husband did not fullil bin prnmi,0 and
DOW alio is to go agun hy way 0 the court
house to thu asylum.
Was it bucauso lho Argus feared that
Its support would defeat Mr. llnlliJiiy,
tlmt caused it t auaie the role of the
heruMi.-My seal-d oyster, which it played
with such bridi iut success during the late
campaign? And if so, is it now entirely
stttsti.-d with the result? Come, uow, be
opc-n.Joe honest, stop sulking; the election
i over; th? d mger of injuring any can'li
date's chanc s by enciimhering him with
yi-ur opni support is pat; tell us now
whether your strange, inexcusable silence
upon a matter uf such reat public import
ances at the elccti.-n of a maynr, was the
result of fear on your own or on Mr. Ho
liday's arcount, aad whether or n.it you Hie
pleased will; the p -oplo's ciioice an J o:irs.
Again B'o -iiningto.i rijoice in tho
ei-ct;ou (fa Democratic mayor. L'pm
thin result Tus Hlllktin of tiiiscitv con
gratulatet. tin people of l$iouinirgt"n, 'S
wc know the Bulletin of that city will ten
gritulaie the pe'-ple here upon the derided
triumph at our reCeDt election of all that :s
desiratoe in any municipal government cr
all that's un lesirdbl". Bit it isdoubtf l
if much praise is due the people of C'iiro
for choorng wisely ia case where superi
orityand inferiority were so-very marke 1 as
in the case of the can ii lite? for mayor at
In sn oJ desk stored away find for
gotten in an out of-thc-wny corner of the
building now in c-ur-e of preparation fur
the offices of thy M bi!e mi 1 0'ii-i rai'r ad,
wer fouu 1 yesterday a Urge riuan'ity of
p'-.piT c ieck-i, for 0, 10. lo, -1 and V.)
edit-, printed Dee- tub -r 1', b.r Wiu.
Win er in wiiosu name Ex-Mayor 11 -nry
Winter wis th -n doing bu-iue-s iu t'.is
ci'y. Tn.-se checks were issued in oid. r to
supp'y the pressing d'-inuid tor inll
change which was very ncarco then in all
Pirts of the country. Mr. Winter's ch cks
as a'so thti-e of other business men litre,
n t ilily the coins of Mr. W. II. S.:lmtter,
circu!nti-l freely in bll river town above
and below. Mr. Winter once received an
order for five Ipi idr-i d diara worth of hi.
eh'-cks if small .denomination!,, which he
filled promptly and relee ned all but $sQ
worth which were nev.r presented fir re
'fhe wlieat repoits received at the Illi
nois d-partmctit-of agriculture on April 1st
indicated al'out OS per cent, ot an ayetage
CKiditioi or yield per acre, which would
make ab -ut 80,000,000 bushels. The win
ter wheat crop of tha stale last season was
50,lMl.,14U bushels. Tho condition of
growing wlieat has ina'eriiliy improved
since ttu 1st dt April, ami wiiii continued
favorable weather a much more encourag
ing prospuct is Msured for thu 1st of May
The picsetit soas.01) i three weeks later than
uu il, and wheat had not made sufficient
growth in many nee-dons of the state to en
ai-la crrepondeu!s to inako an ititetl g-nt
report upon the condition. The great bulk
of thu wheat crop of thu state is produced
in the Hoiithern ountiiH. The t-o-idttion of
wheat has seldom been so unpromising tho
first of Aim il a this saaso.-i. There was
more d itiiag-! to wheat l ist fall I'r on II s
sian fly than iisu il, m to e.ipecbilly with
the e fly s-c ling. The cold dry weather
iu Much injured lho wheat more than tho
st'V'-re winter in tinny ot the soiitli-rn
counties. Wlieat had made so little growth
up to thnllrst of April that the condition
at that date in the lower counties promised
less than two third of an average yield.
-A St. Louis repottol interviewed
Oov. (Josttendeii concerning his recent trip
down tho river and the governor miid
among other things, "I left to go as far as
C'liro with my wife mid sou, who have gouo
south ou tho boat. Thu bout Is such
splendid vessel, anil its officers so accom
plished and polite, that I could not resist
the temptation to go further. I desired to
0i;e that part of MinHoini bordering on tho
river south of Cairo; no I went ou to Mem
phis. Missouri is 11 large state. Although
the boat left that city last Wednesday,
was actually beyond thu limits of tho statu
only one day." When asked if the over
flow would damage, New Madrid county
much, the governor said, "1 thluk not
Tho witter has rocodo l and tho farmers
nre at woik. Tim soil Is alluvial and vury
rich. I think tho farmers living In that
part of the statu should throw up mounds
of earth to which they could drive their
7-3 Oliio Lovee ari.d.
Cor. 8th St. & Wash. Ave.
POPULAR AND PROGRESSIVE
c k car n oi
A A n.0 TIATTCn?
now show the most rleganf tock of Try (iooli ever shown in Cairo, all "of wlilch
re 1 lie red. at Mice that tlely coinpetitioii. Jluytrs ot Dry dooils will find it to
their advantage to 1-Kik through our stock before latron zii g so-culled closing
out sales. We oiler the follow itig epecialtii s. well woithy the atteutiou of all
close cash buyers:
l-'iO pieces Nice Shirting l'rintsi at oc. icr 3d.
100 pieces Ntw Lawns at 5 aud He; wortli 8 and 10c.
50 pieces all w-i.d tilling Jre- Oood ut 10, Vi 1-2 aud 15; in all the newest
All Wool Hunting. t!wxl black, at Ibv..
Victoria Lawn at 10. 12 1-2, lo, :'( and 25c
Hotted Sw isses at 1-' 1 2, lo, 20, 23c and tip.
N'ew lino Ores (iinghain at 15, 10 a id 12 l-2c. J
.argest line of Keiiable Black kn ever Miown in the city, ranging from
50 cents to 2 n0 per yard.
Clczniit Satin Brocades at 50 and 73c ; worth Tf. and 81. (IU.
See our (treat Baig.uus in Bleck Satiii at 75c and 1 00.
Our Black ('ashmen s warranted all wool aioi fast bbu k, st 50. 00, ", 75c. and
81 00. are the best value ver t-r.own 111 (.uiro
10fiil(7. Lad'es' Fancy striiw Hose, full r-uular at, 25c; worth 35c.
23 doz t'lain Halbrigan Hose, lull regular 20c.
25 doz "silk Clock Jialbi iiran II i h , full reirnlar it 23c.
(ie ii'iie l.lsb? Thread !ioe at or.: worili i)Oe.
.adics' a-btitton rndressed Kid t o0c a pair; werth 1 00.
.adics' l iulressed .Mosqui'tair snede Wlove a 75o ; reduced fiom 81 23.
.-.ifTpli.ic of Mo-otietair Kid Ulovc. wat ranted at 1 50: worth SI. 75.
100 pieces of KnssM't Kmhroidcry. mt to be fomd elscwae-c, at 10, 12 1-2, 15
20 and 25c. juBt opened. These are the Greatest Barga n ever een.
F.legant iinf of Children's (Vdlars at R, tt, 10, 15 and 25c.
.adieu' Hem-titchul lldkfv, aU linen, at iuc.
u,ii..' n..miiti bed Hrlkfs.ll lii.eii. colored border, at Itic
(treat 1'ari'aitw in Towels, Table Linens, bought from a forced linen sale in '. Y.
mrcasi il force: ixdite attenti iu ; rdiaiile go al at r -name prices, w not mn
to see us before buying.
CIIAS. K. STUART.
stock when the river is high, then they
would ict suffer so much loss. From pre-
nt appearui.ces I think Missouri will pr"-
luce another big crop this yoar.
Now that the smoke of the municipal
battle has blown away the field may be sur
veyed, th'j g litis and losses counted aud the
little jealousies and bitternesses engendered
by the campaign forgotten in a general
lovo feast. The victors can afford to be
magnanimous and the vanquished may feel
that sati-faction resulting from true bravery
duly appreciated, and a coiiciousucss of
having been beaten by an honorable foe in
every way worthy of their steel. Tuk Bul
letin had its pr-ferenc.es, particularly with
reference to the can-iidtr-s for mayor, and
it did not allow the fear nf displeasing a
few of its retdem an I losing their patron-
go to muzzle il and induce it to play the
part of ao oyster. But Tuk BULLETIN tec-Is
that it has said nothing for which it needs
to apologize; 1. has nothing to regret,
nothing to forgive. It feels that it has
dealt fairly with those it opposed aud wish
es to assure then) all of its kindly disposi
tion toward them. To Ml. Wiuter, against
whom its energies were principally
concentrate.-, it expends the hand
of sympathy and of friendship. It n-cog-
nizesin him a remarkable limn wit:-, a re
inarkahlo career, who hears up b v ly
a-ainst misfortunes varied ami long-cn-tinned,
tleleiits oft repent!, oMtllctiltHH uut
to bu overcome. II-) will cut v-ni tig
lues in Cairo's history, which will nr., use
conflicting emotions in Hie future reader:
mostly pleasant toward the subject, though
soiiieuuies otherwise figures which will
interest thu reader hv iy, nuiuso him often
and challenge his admiration occasionally.
Had Mr. Winter bei n content to close his
public record some years ago, ho would
probably have been happier than he 1 for
ho would theu have iciia-l under a very
guntle rebuke from the public, and saved
himself the very forcible ono which tho
people saw themselves compelled to admin
ister last Tuesday. Mr. Winter 'rill
probably iindorstaixLthit this rebuko was
dealt only in k indue", hut he will tako tho
hint it give so plainly and retire from thu
municipal singe where li has for several
years played a very light part that was un
interesting to the public and unprofita
ble to himself.
Nol'teu m tie" column ihi- liit uf ! oin
nnf In't .ilou or Oi p, reeli.
LMKHAl.K. Illtnki. . iLOt'il
Mutuu"c. Se ( I il
rrantv dnd Wrrantr Iwmi il lh hulietl.
Jov) i.ttlce VS t'lll'T Iavv .
rim'; KaT.K Tli . in tocid wur onoe aid
A uim sdu imr-c t int util nn t'fiinniercttl
tv nuti N 1. lillsII.KWOCiI).
pAlRl il VK 1J1 SAI.K -The llriK;l prop
v rrit. S tViihtnutoo iv-i-n-, next dour tc imh
-tlioe l"t. ti ftniit, ne l two ii I l.nlf story
nnck l.ous. In the be t in Ul.tiorlexirt In Vro.
fin hj liouw-ht t lb luw pro 0 .( ii.". C all cb
H linrrvd mi the pr n or 'l !rj- tl.
owner, 31. 'S Oesrlmrn lr. t, C'liU;.
KfTtrCIlKItX ILL' ro IS
j Annivcrsiry 1 1 1 Association!
1. o. o. v.
At JONI-'SBOItO. I TUUitsrHY.
ILLINOIS. I Al'lUL.th,18SJ.
A iteneral lnt!a!lon i xt- n-t ! to member of
I. o. u. K., ned rlil-r. n purilcl a nh u.
A spfC'ttl trail ill lva lUc I lnol t nnrl
dpt. Onlro 111 ., l T:TO s.tm., nrrlvli-R t Ann
19 3D ml" a 'r.. h. re Hie pr. c i-iou v ill form
and iimnh uli.mt ba.l a u II' to tto.' JonSro
fill AND MASTER KELLER
w.ll d :l;ve' th'isiMrcus.- '
lr frnin On n, ronn I trip. 10': f tro from
VIO 1 llidi--. fl.e; Irmiime Vl.la USgt. So c'.
th l'l"'0 EalT Ur" lraln w;ll m ini tmut 8 p in.
A 1 U .ruic to Jola ih lla and Supper Fenttvt
W ,t 4nl;(i In in uveniPK ciin liuvc lUm plsnsur
an r n n at iX'urslou raien.
W-liV4 ,-n :Kf(t fiot. amor Superb trsi
B.iiia i f 17 lUt-cc for lho occsioii. wlilch will c
coin)HU th" train.
1 U.K W'nonWAKO, I
CONltAl) U.I'.A, V Coinm ttct.
'' .Hit. HTEAUAl.A.
Tli-ktou Ml t Jehu A. M llr' Jewelry
ftnr", C-inim-rnal Av , hrt wen Sih and7it SI ,
and lUrrv Schuh't Dnii! btore, toruc-l loth Kl. ana
AN IMI'OHTANT CIIANOK.
Tho following ciicular issued by ths
Mobilsand Ohio rail rood company and re
ceived hois a few days sgo, glvei informs
tionof inticit t- the Cairo puolic:
Mouilk, Ala., April I2tb. ISfj.
A. L. Rivt-s teuilered Ins resignation as
Vice-l'rebidoiit and General Mangir and
lho -amc having been accepted, the Hosrd
of Dir.-.ct. ir of the Mobile an I Ohio Hail,
roail Company have elected 0. dorilon,
Vice-President sndomfirmcd his appoint
inent ns General Manager to take e licet c-n
the 10th inst. W. BuTLEit Duncan,
Mr. Rives leaves hero to assume tho du
ties of vice-president and general manager
of the Richmond and Danville railroad,
with headquarters at . He leaves
behind him a very lasting evidence of bis
good judgment snd public spirit, in the
Improvement of Eighth street, which im
portant work was conceived by bun and
accomplished through his liberal offer of
substantial assistance, This placed Mi-.
Rives in the light of a
public . benefactor and made (he
public bis friend; but bciddos this ho made
psrsonal friends on account of his genial
nature and other pleasant traits which in a
runu holding a high position on a railroad
are not very common. Mr. Hives will
therefore carry with him,, when ho departs
from here, the regrets and tho good wUh- s
AndiRona! Loral Items on Third Pare,