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THE DAILY CAJBO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 25.. ue.
As rho spring is now here and as you will be now think
in'? of fjettinsj your Spring Suits, &c, we would like to
cnii vonr attention to our very large line of Clothing for the
spring trade. We have taken extra pains in -selecting a most
e tout line of NOBBY SUITS, which are made and cut in
tin very latest styles, and we guarantee you a perfect ht.
Our line of Sack Suits-soft rolling collars, ranging
m prict's mm to wu:
selected line ever seen in Cairo.
We positively say that before purchasing
your suit, it will pay you to examine our large
Furnishing Goods Dep't,
is complete in every respect.
Shirts jnade to order. We make a specialty of Hats.
WII CI III HOUSE
Cor. 3th St. & Commercial .Ave.
M. WERNER & SON, Props.,
Leaders of Styles and Regulaters of Prices.
EETIS1SG from BUSINESS
On account of old age and declining health, I am com
pelled to retire from the excitement of mercantile life.
1 wUl, therefore, close out my MAMMOTH STOCK of
BOOTS AND SHOES
at a great sacrifice and regardless of cost.
This is no advertising dodge, but the plain
unvarnished truth as can be proved by -an exam
ination of our prices compared' with former
Our stock has never been so complete nor varied, we show
in S more than 300 different styles and shapes, from the
m t fashionable Ladies and Gents to the commonest Work-in-
Shoes. We will positively sell every article at a
140 COM'L AVE.,jet.8th& 9th.
delves i".ii'e t the n'Miti 'it d
m !i;s we I it
rl,r. I'll i. N't;. GKSTV
r At ill,
Mrt 'I h in ) MiiiH seal . we cm now assure the
!i.v;im in f re piirtiible dimensions filet to re
. ' 'I -I k id' g i'd", which we will -ell at the lowet
' : t without f'Hi' ef fotitnulietion, th 1 1 obody
I j :.. ,i't ;,li' of go hU fro ii oir house; we b ie p
i. v Ii -iv, s itUfiielioti. and I seat' I shoddies and
-it.' r !'
thf Onral'vo 1'
wljic'i m j an-tpi clulljr ni'ti'i, roula
1 1 r i u -b u mli m i..jilH nil I, no
n pm turf 1 1 liy uu' to f ur k' I'iT
AT A BAIKJAIX.
Aciff 7attlti(E "111-o with th'ch nyonrr
'" " oioi ey, or tt will oun pay it r
lu.'.rl Tw boup.0.
hTtnfbtn atcil Vintllitle. Ii (O'd tirw, and
will Uold at balf cent, Pur aamplnl of work,
to., eaUou or ailiiri-m
W. L. .WRIGHT,'
Cor. loth tt. h Ltm.
It. ix T V Ml T 1
r f.tin git fall hcn-Ei of
J tUi tt uii'f 1
-is the largest and best
io rcial A.veriuo,
t lie citiz.uis of Cairo and vicinity
BOOTS and S,iOlfiS.
- .'iM'f the eit'ens of 'airo, nud
call, when ihpy will linl that
Our va;om are now di-Iiveriutr tin;
DISTILLED WATER IVY:
to all parts of the city.
Wc solii-it jonr patronage and assure
yon that we will serve you regularly
Absolutely Pure Ice I
We guarantee full weights at all
Delivered 100 lbs. and upward, 10e.
Lelivered lm than 100 lbs, 50c.
Leave orders at
Tclphotio o. i)8.
our Factory, or
Everybody is invited . to
come and see tho model Ice
The Oislifled Water Ice Mfg. Co.
3LJLJ JLA 1
Ilight , about Face! Make Ready!! Take Aim!!!
Tins is tho command we have received from onr leader, Mr. J.
Buwr, of Sew Y ork. Owltijrto tho general decline In Hry Gooilu
lately. Mr. Hnrger lias ordered us t reduce our stock. without
regard to profit. Wo are determined to reduce our htock to meet
For this week we will attack the Linen Department. We will
sell hi flrtt cost our entire stock of
TABLE LINEN , TOWELS,
NAPKINS LINEN SUITINGS,
LINEN LAWNS, LINEN LAOES
and all goods m the Linen Department It is not our intention to
deceive our friends and patrons but to give iliem the advantage
of the great decline bv splUn? our stock at ilrst cost. "J his is no ad
vertising dodge to get tiade. We meaa what we nay, the truth (if
winch a ou cau learn by accepting our invitation to take luutour
word. ' We realize the ndvantage of having th confidence or the
public for the refutation of being honest in cur dealings, and are,
th'Teloiv, sincero in wh tt we say to you in our advertisement.-,
when we say first cost wenvan without profit; ujaln, we say that
we will sell our Linen Goods at iir-tcost for this week.
If the pubic will notice our ad crtiseinent for each week, they
will si e attr tctiona that can not be ofirred by otheis outside .f our
hous lly having a resilient buyer in New York, we have the ad
vuntnge over oil others by a large majority. Mind what we say!
for this week all Linen Goods at first cost- If jou come with the
will, we will show you the way to purchase good bug-inn without
jIay. Yours to the front,
i ilK DAILY JUILLETIN.
OKKIl'K: .NO. 7U OHIO LKYEK.
aSTEKKU AT TUB CA1KO POSTOFKICK FOR
UtAsMISSIOS TU ROUGH TUB MAILS AT
mc sn class hates.
FricML PAPKK UK CITY ANO CUUHTT
GENERAL LOCAL" ITEMS.
NcMfa'n in thfB coiumm. tea eots per una,
m rtlon aod wtitber markod or not, if calcn
Nted to (muni uy inu' buainas tuterm aro
Two iuclies ot snow fell at Chumpnisju
during 5Ioniiy nigliS
Cliarles Ltncastcr is in the field for
al'lermm from the 5th ward to fill the vain
cy made by the rcsigna'i'in f Mr. llalliilny.
Arjotlicr auci il hop will be given at tbe
Hibernian cii,'irie housu Weduesday t'veu
iu;,' April 23. 4t
"B';st ever known; lias bueu injured by
sleef," is the rcjiort cent to nasbington
from this county, as to the condition of
winter whiiat this nrxrh.
- H irt n'i Free Poe-M ext"n.1 cooratu-
litions to liotli Mr. T. W. Halliday an J t ho
'.'i'p! of Cairo, upon t tie f irmer's ulectiou
to the chief magistracy of thu city.
Anda'iv Lohr's Genuine Aromatic Bel
fast Ginger Ale, a puro pleasaot and
wholesom'.' temperance beverage, ig now
ou sale at the leading s-iloons. tf
Tbe alarm of tiro yesterday a'wut noon
wna prmuptjil by a burning flue on tbe
brick boune of .Mr. Hubert Joei, at the
a lUthwest corn' r id 'ioett'entb and Pop
lar stretta. No damage was done.
Matori.il i tieinjj potten io r:a linessfor
a stone crofain ovr Washington avenue
oppnsite the westerly, or ladie.', entraucs to
the postohVe. The crowing ought to bj a
wide one, well rouatcd at the top mid have
a smooth hurl'nce.
U'anted-A man to go to Dixon
Spring ami take charge of the vegetable
gir h'ti. A ldies J. E. Lcmr.ii. Allen
Springs, P.'pi! riiuiity, 111. 8t
Maiiiiei; C'iincy. son of Patrick' Clancy,
i ii i.'.i nt inn luther iioinu near tin; corner
nf T'iu t n t 1 1 treet iinj Ohio levee ,Mn.
il'iv nij!it. II" l.ail been sv k with cou
M'l p'ini. f'ir a lon tint4 ami len coii
tin.-1 t.i ii he'l f. r several wn-ks. He
whs a1 ,V twentj -three years old and Well
k'lov. n n Mu: city, having been raiMvl here.
His lU'i'r :! will pnilmb'y tnko pou.-c to-
j day fr.:.. tli li ime of hi p'trents.
! Aj'p'ic" uiN fnrollicD u:idr the, inomt
j ir'j i: ln;iuis:ri!i n liaVd found M ijnr-eb-ct
II il.i.i iv u ii CUite so "promis'n ;" in
' I'ue c; ii.uij (,' j. in)': of thi'tn, lie nii''Lit b.
; I". 1 1 1 y ii ,vi lieen aide t' ''t v ry lit
, t'e - 4 f i -':l-n i.i, .n il nil ngrcu in th-: "pin-
,! !''..! ill" 111 -vr ''! Ct 'A'ill Ci'imuit inly
'i ... . f ... j,j ,( I t,, piimiU IO L'ood, I
l 1 .. i h i" !' t.i d ' TV'iir.'i I'in-j, :'
: ' '' ... -i' i il. i in ev.'iy iilln r hIj'i-
: . , ;:i.. I
- ' 'i i', ' , pi., Apiil a$:h, -it l'i tn-j
. i ' Ii . I ' V ."M'l, I o .i:h ml H' .1 y lltiu; j
I I " ; '"' V i ''Vi f..in CbU'eU t,l
l!'v ' ' I i' K, i '. 'ill I N H-nihly. A ' til .-MUM,
hi :l t ' ' ii h'-liii,i:n .j, 2. cenN. Straw.
I) nil n e.tt'i. 8t
II -' r: it lull on K'i'h ntree,t waa tho
PC ie; oi a I ryo a'i.l Imppy coinpiny of
peopl,. l ist n''it. Thno.icision waa the
nvii:i'e in 1 .f;i ilenti'rtainmeiit.Kiven by
thelali'a of tin Christiitn Temperanco
Union. A fine mu-ioal pro.jrainiua had
been provi'lo I and was Cirri'id out to the
d-liht of all nr,. .nt, hii-I tho rcfrtihinont,
prepaicd mostly hy the m i.ster bands of
the ladies th"Uiselvm, were many, varied,
and s'iperior in rpulity. The alTtif was
sui'celul 1 1 n degree tUt must have been
fliitti ring 1 1 tint iu iiiagorn and vnry satis
faclory to the patrons.
A little slio.ting affray occurred "list
night about nim o'clock, t the valuon f
Mr. Joseph bti-nal t. Two younj? men
na-iied I-eon Legjr nnd diaries Mitchell
were pariiea to it. U, t HU'aoiboat
man, Mitchell lni char, of tho lunch
coiinternt thu saloon named. Hoth were-long-time
friends l,ul had quarrelled about
somctbing yesterday nmrning and used
rouh language toward each other. Last
night Mia quarrel was renewed 5 Mitchell
demanded that Legg take back some lan
guage he tad u-ed; Log; rclu-iiii; Mitch
ell went buLiod the counter and hr.iuht
out a revolver, rushed toward L.'gg urn)
again demanded a retraction, Legg aga 11
refused and made a motion as though nc
would ra:sj a billiard cue he held, wlun
Mitchell raised the revolver quickly and
fired at Legg's forehead at v( ry close range.
It is said that Li'ggsaw tho ball as it c ane
fmm the muzzle of the weapon, scr.'t be 1 u
little and allowed it to jiass through hi
hat, but received a burnt powder mark oti
his forehead. As sinm as on had fired ti e
shut, Mitchell di'd, followed by L''gg with
the cue; but the former elude 1 his 'U:v:ei
and had not been heard of ut 12 '. !n( k
Forty feet five injhes was nhat the
Ohio marked hero yesterday i.ftertiDon, iu
dicsting a risi; of five inches during the
previous twenty-four hours. At Chatt vmo
ga the Tennessee ruse nine feet three ii.ch
es; at Cincinnati the Ohio went up thr. e
feet nire inches, and at Louisville one f. t
one inch ; nt Nashville the Cumberland f,
onefnot seven inches and at fst. Lmis tii
Mississippi fell two inches. Ai tb's p out
the river is now jmt beginning to ruu over
the bottom lands iu Kentucky and Mic.-mr
ri, arul will, if tho conditions remiin h
they now are, rise tout little mnr-. -n l
A tine elm tree ab mt two snd a h.n!
feet acrnfs near the bise, standing ne .r ti e
residence of Mr. Louis Herbert, on Twel th
street, was cut down yesterday at the in
stance of Mr. Herbert. It was an old l .i.d
mark, bearing acutniade with a sa-by
Mr. Shannessy, marking the heigh of the .
water In the city ia l8o8, wh a the bv'e
had broken. Mr. Herbert had it cut duAp,
partly licciuso it was iu the way of an ad
dition be intends soon to build to his r- i
dence, and partly because its swaying t
and fro during u strong wind always shoi.k
the house neV it in- a dangermis manner,
owing to the fact that the tree's roots ex
tended deep in'o the ground tiuJ -r the
We have received the two new .rgs,
"My I) trlintr Marip," and Mother's Dear
Old Song," b 'th id' which are now very j op.
ular among musical people. Toev urequite
different in stle, one btdng a hive sun'.;,
poetic and graceful, and tin; h'Iht a tender,
pattietic iies.'riition of tho old home nul
tue meb'dies thst 'Mother s.m in (lays
gone by." "Mother's Dvir Old S ng'' is
dpstined to attain more than a parsing pop
ularity, liuth pieces hive liand.ome illus
trat"d titles depicting incidents described
in the (toiijs. They arn pulilibed by K A.
Samuela, 33 C ingress Is:., B wton, nud will
be forwarded to any ad-Ins by mail mi re
ceipt, in postage tinp, of -i't cents .r
eillwr, or .T) cents fir tiie two in one or
der. -The furthrj milng iinugural adding of
Mavur-eleet llilli-lay will be without doubt
iiileol tint lu st iliM'ilinents "( iu 11 id 1 ver
so!iinii)e. to tho eity comic 1. Thin w.:
j'l-le from hints dropp-d co u-i r lint; it bv
th "e iu Mr. II illiday's conti lent;'' nnd
fioni the expreHsed views of Mr. Iltliidtv
with relereuce to the varioti: ruatier of
greatest importa-ice to the city. Tbe g"ti
eral policy of the adminiitratmn will be
oudinud, aud suugestimi made which, it
carried out, niu t prove of the greatest
Rood to the city at large. The kUggestions
concerning the levees, street tilling and lot
filling will ptobably surprise those who
opposed Mr. Ililliday in the lite c-Iuotitui.
A term of imp iralelled pr-mporily and
Riod governineot is beloio tbe people of
Something ou tho register at Tho II il
liday yesterday attracted and puzzled Tub
Hum.ktin man. "What is ill" said ho to
the cl-rk. "What's what" demanded the
clerk in a gentle voice peculiar to hint and
his kind. "Why thls-tuis clumsy com
bination of s'.rango hieroglyphic here,"
laid the 11. m. pidntiug to a half d zeti pen
scratches of d 'liferent lengths and form,
runtilog together at all angle. "Well I'll
bo blowod," ejaculated tho clerk, "mn't.
you make that out; why, Us Just n plain as
two'oneslz 'leveu. Look close and see what
you tuako out of it." (Thu U. m. linked
close,) Tsnot a picture of a miniature
FOR riNISHINO, TINTING AND DECORATING WALLS ANDCEIL1NO
Tlie On!y Natural and Durable Material Known for the Purpi
WFIITK AND A VARIETY OF I'.KAUTIFUL TINTS. CHEAMJR, HANI 1
sOMER AND DETTKU THAN CALCIMINE, PAINT OR WALL PAPE
ANY IIOUJ3KKI0KPKU CAN A IP Li Y IT. If.
OVER Oi l) WALL PAPER. j
The result tw surprisinir, as it obliteiates all atripes and culm, tovci patches and 1
Illit Cmi.m li wrmkl., ur Ktiuti r in llu, rn.lu-r tintl llu. riuini iu iiimiI. iir.t.it utruitiut
e'e, by biu.shing Abtb:iRine in tlic ctneks sud around the chsiiils and base, wherfi
set iiUo stone. ifRi!my for Hie by nuding hot watcr.FJ Fifty cents worth of
baatitic will cover hi) tquare yards of Mverm'o wall with two coata; aud one coat will
diice better work than can be d-nn 'with oin! coat of any other preparation, nn tbe t-;
surtuce. Vn and see sample curd of Tint' and learn our prices.
"7 O3aio ZLiG-sTGO and.
Cor. 8ih St. e Wash. Ave. J5
PliEPAEE for SUMMED
POPULAR AND PROGRESSIVE
CASH DRY GOODS HOUSE
nre now receiving tliilv the verv'latest novelties in Drt
(.'oils, Hosiery, (ilovt's. Tarasols, Laces, Kmbroidei i.
White Goods, Ac, suitnbk4 for the approaching hot e;iso,i
all of which are oil'erod ;it prices that can not be uud?
s :hl in this or any western market. j'1
We ure doing the largest business in lilack Silks evr
done in Cairo and are nuking daily additions to this h
partnient. Tlie excellence of our Silks and the low pric
a.ked for them are tlie subject, of general comment.
Timers of Black Silks are respectfully asked to coi
pd re our goods and samples from abroad. New shades:
Huntings. Nun's Veilings, Albatrers Cloths, Grenadines, A
We solicit the pitronage of the cash buying ptibl;
who will find it to their advantage to trade at f
rtu'.r ad Mitash up," said he a, last wi-li nil
due si' vity. "tx'k-j more like n i '-called
'in ii'pcnih-r;t' newsjihpi r, astradill' of a
q'l sti ir; of jyr't puliiic importai e; it
.i w, indeed, don't it?" Cleik: Oh,
pshaw! you rrako me ri'ht t re I. Ci .'t
yun rei'l ther.i D. W. L-..--V, Ivi'-k,
Sjnin-fld 1, Li-. He's om of the b'r,-
men in Iilinf i.-i now ; vs half the ft 't-
and cut? it o;f in a! ic m of 'forty acr.-s ar.-l a
mu:e' to cv t v h'triet C'lh-red cnntralnnd
that will V diit' from tho '!!) and vote
t:i H-ruiiib-Hn ticket straMjiit wtn-n !
C'i:ii'-s north, 'cauie, you hnow, the pary
is a I'ttli-weak in th-t j'dots hi-rcof hit '.
II- us -d to p'. ty th" devil' a? a' ite pritrer
b Hiiiii-; ao, to.. "Thu - you s iv'a sr
nil the !J. m. cuil ! s-,y, and In- left without
Ii HUiih:: what Mr. Ii-k wis In r- for. how
.i:i: h would stay an I wVr? h" would
Vis-terhya j;i'ri'h-iinti named Ci.irk
soii, a '-ihirman lV0.11 Evinsvil'e, was tak- n
t 1 las'; '.v C iirf Myer-, for making a htbit
of tnlrtiordcrs and measan.-s for suits of
c t f 1 r ! 1 0 1 io thi city, without having ( I ' "ii ' -eda
li.-.-;s-. Mr. Cl''fkon wus ali'tle ' 0
t : i- t . 1 1 . If " Ho Ihoii-ht, in the Ilrst (! ( ,
h hud n rlh! to t ike orders and lue'V-iir.'s
f ir e'ri bin,' without oliViininu' a lwns.',
a:: I. I i I ," hcooud place, that til eho'l' luid
1 ' ' i i h 1 t hi'i est him without 'i n it.
A . :n- s'lii'V litth- iliahiue was lo i I in 'hi'
I 11' Itlld till! W Hlhl-ll'lt-lie pli-o.l - i 'mt
l'i chief had the advant i,"! at evrv : 1 'nl
i'. I io!i his man In-fore the maji,,r.i,i' mid
iirid'i him put u;i tin; license fee. I'"' or.
tii-nnc'. requiring a license was mad-j for
tliu prjtivlion of our resident nmriuant
t lilois. who pay t-ixcs and other'. vino con
tribute toward thu Upbuilding of tho city;
its enforcrmhiit was deuianded by them.
A litrhtnitiij-rod man in St. l'-ml,
From a hoiiu had a serious fall,
I'hoiiirh luttered and lnuiscd.
Mo said, when he used
St. Jacobs Oil "it simply bents all.
TITR KIVEU (!OM.MISSIO.V.
W.vurNOToN, April 33rd. E'x-Sohator
Kdlou'i.' to-day wroto a letfcr to tho presi
dent ur'jlriir the apiioiiitiueiit of Oen. Ful
trnson of Missistippl to tho vie, incy in the
Mississippi river enmmliHnn. Senator
Gibson of Louisiana has slronijly r.'coin
mended the appoint intuit of On). Plall of
St. Louis, and has several times called upon
fio president In record to thu matter bo
fnia tbn president, started upon Ids Florida
trip. Sotiator Gibson, who left for home;
some days ago, was somewhat discoui'sgrld
"7 Sf 3
11 imr 1 afini
,Md ir in Uii column inriM- linti ur 0' ce'j J
onti lni'rtion r $l.l pl ek. )
L'OK HAI.K.-Klanka. Chuitu! Mrtrsaaen. !p.iw"i
I- WurriutT and Warraul iK-cu it ta IluliiH
Jo'i ufi'ce 7 (ihlo Lve J
P OT?K K NT-T'r m eaiair i-un.or Dilclon "a
Wablutn av. AppW to Hucb 1 allahmii
A I HiJH: MRt j K t ALE.-TtiT'iTaTieir r a
v i-r. v. Vj Wnabiiigton avcuur. lu-it door to I fi 1
II. i l-'tn. to fronM, aoil two anl tallri'
lir rk houd. Id iba be t n-thborh-od 111 ' V.
r iu tin hiiui-hl at the low pric of -.'.(nt. Call
15 v ti arm 1 on ihu prri", wr ailili' 1
owner, 3 1 S Uoarbora streui, C'blci ' . !
S'ftrrilKItX ILLINOIS ,t
I Anniversary 1 1 1 Associatioi, j
1. o. o. F. J
At .JOSKSBORO. I T!irsny.
ILLINOIS. APKII-.tb, IS '
A ceurral fuNlUtion Is czt-n4 'I t.i nn-inurrs i
I. (i. O. K.. aud clilmn" to unrtlcl a with ui. fr
A ric al tra n lll learo tlia I' ltiO' nu .,
it 'P"t. Cairo 111., at T:l a. in . srr'vli 2 at An '
ui :ul in 1 ii; in.. h-r the nr.-c.'fi.io Mill for i
km) m.irch about ball a rrlla to Ui JoneaMi1."
(JKAND MASTER KELLER'
w.'! a-I've- tbad1ra. ' "
rr-j from Car-), roan I trip. I0! fir fro
ViU Htitiw. fl.' O; f.ru above Vtila Jitd. Vi,i:
cu hlrin hair ur iraia w;o rm ir.i annul 6 p ii '
d mrinu to Join lb ISa'. and Snpprr Kril Ij
I Km it Aiica In ti avvnlnx can l)vi; ibst nlrati(l
1111 . 1 mi 11 at (XPiimlon rat.-. J
v biv." ftiiaii'il prof. Sloior's Snperh Brail j
B Hid nf 1" picica lor the oecaalnn. whlcii will til)
company the train. l
C.K WOOHWAKO. J V
r-UNRAI) AI.UA, t ommtteil
.IOH. ISfKAWAl.A. ,il
Tle'.fia on ie at Juhn A. M lU-r'a .Tfw-1 4
ftor-, Commereial Av , Imlwi-en 6th and 7'h Sv
imil liarrv 8(hnli'a Drug St ire, coruot I8II1 hi. ai
i.-i renard to tb counnir antioinimi ut. M
W h satisfjed that a quiet but strong iidlif
onee on tho part of the army engineers wn
nt work in favor of Gen. FerL'Uson'n hi
pointmeot. Ferguson is a gradmle il
WtNt Point, and this fact is b dn me
p "Cinily ami ottlcialiy. Uis urottier, J'roi,1?;
Ferpmon, Is presidrtnt of tho Hsh commisl ;
eioti and Is very activo in tnusterinir support ,
Cur tho appointment of the general. Sena t ;
tor Hampton of South Carolina, who hi i
i-upposed to bavi) considerable influenr' i
whii uie irtBiueui, n u'oi 1 tiio"u j
Prr.D. After a bti! protracted illness un
loss of him.
The funeral will bo hold to-day, ApiiS'
2"th. and will loavo residence f r St. Psii
rie.k'a church at nn o'clock p. m. A - up - i
ci.il train will leave the foot of 14th st. f t
Vijla Ri'lffe. Friends and acquaintarjoi V
aro respectfully Invited to attend.
1 M Tuesday morning, April 24, M inriefjil
Clancy, son of Patrick Clancy, n-;ed St;,'
years, tm months and 12 days, lb) loavusj J!
a host of friends and midlives to mourn the!
. Tit it best nnd cheapest car starter la
old by Hordeu, 8ollock & Co., Chicio,
III. IVIih it one man r.an move a loaled
car. ' ' (1).
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