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th nA FLY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNIISG,"" APRIL 20,
4. Xlli - .
Bight about Face! MakeKeady!! Take Aim!!!!
As the spring is now here and as you will be now think
in"' df setiiwx your Spring Suits, &c, we would like to
cafl yoiir attention to our very large line of Clothing tor the
i,1a AV 1iita tul'Pn Pvtrn niin in selef till!! ll 111 OS t
Mill A II H, 11 UUVI V eie v
elegant Hue of NOHBY SUITS, which are mado ana rutin
the very latest styles, and we guarantee you a perfect tit.t
Onr linn of Sack Suits-soft rolling collars, ranging
in prici's from $10 to $30-is the largest and best
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 made to order. We make a specialty of Hats.
CHICAGO hum un Ml
Cor. 8th St. & Commercial Ave.
M. WERNER & SON, Props.,
Leaders of Styles and Regulaters of Prices.
BETIRING from BUSINESS
On account of old age and declining health, I am com
pelled to retire from the excitement of mercantile life.
1 will, therefore, close out my MMMOTH 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
ing more than 300 different styles and shapes, from the
mi:t fashionable Ladies and Gents to the commonest Work
ing Shoes. We will positively sell every article at a
140 COM'L AVE., bet. 8th & 9th.
M. B. SADLER
TSTo. 144 Commercial Avenue,
desires to dire t the attention of the citizens of Cairo and viciuity
to his weil assorted stork of
CLOTHING, (JESTS' F UKN IS HIN(j GOODS,
HATS and CAlS,
liOOTS and SuOUS.
Although we Mart d hen' on a email ncal we cxn now assure the
public that we h ive a r m f reportable dimension, Hied to re
pleti m with go m1 ftock of g mds, which we will -ell at the lowest
living prices We ass-rt. without, fear of contradiction, tint nobody
has ever received a poor article or (rood from our house; we be ie e
In selling iroods that will ive satisfaction, and d.scarj shoddies aud
We solicit a sure of the patronage of the citizens of Cairo, aud
respectfully invite them to give us a call, when they will find that
we can substantiate our assertions.
wtll be epea and read for bu.lnn on the 1-t ot
In, saa .ot Ut month board will b placed it
This is the command we hare reccired from our leader, Mr. J.
Burger, of Sew York. Owing to the feneral decline In nry Goods
lately. Mr. Burger has ordered ns to reduce onr stock without
regard to profit. We are determined to reduce onr stock to meet
Kor thla week we will attack the Linen Department. We will
selUi flrbt cost our entire stock of
TABLE LINEN, TOWELS,
NAPKINS, LINEN SUITINGS,
LINEN LAWNS, LINEN LACES
and all coods'in the Linen Department. It Is not our Intention to
deceive our friends and patrons, but to five them the advantage
of the great decline by telling our stock at first cost. This Is no ad
vertising dodge to get trade. We mean what we say, the truth of
wnu h youcau learn bj accepting our Invitation to take us at our
word. We reAllie the .dvantage of having tin confidence of the
public for the reputation of beiug honest in r.ur dealings, aud are,
th-refore, sincere in what we say to you in our advertisements
when we say first cost we mean without profit; again, we say that
we will si 11 our Linen Goods at fir-t cost for this week.
If the pubi c will notice our advertisement for each week, they
will see attritions that can not be oflered by others outside of our
bona. By having a resideut buyer in New York, we have the ad
vantage over all others by a large majority. Mind what we say I
fur th's week all Linen (foods at first eost If yon come with the
will, we will show you the way to purchase good bargains without
delay. Yours to the front,
J. & L. BUKGER.
I'll r DAILY BULLETIN,
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SSTEKED AT TBS CAIRO rOSTOWC FO
TRANSMISSION TBkOCGH TBI MAILS AT
f XCJKD CLAM RATK4.
KficiAL PAPIK OF CITT AXO CUCSTT
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice, in tbeae coiomne, tea 9
; ntanton nd whether marked or net, if ealcn
lited to fowad any man's bnatneei Intereet ere
TV early eaeann 1, the Wt to tt foil h.niflt of
Em Caraure Propertlee of tba W tier,
yf Kidney Complaints,
ar eralch thee. RprinM are eprclally noted, could
be fsrotehed (rim pr iolnut pHople wh't he
fem BMataeUlT corn 1 by one to four weki' m;
mi a free see ot the water.
f. O M.IM BPHtSOS, T v WWW
Oar wagons are now delivering: the
DISTILLED WATER ICE
to all parts of the city.
We solicit your patronage and assure
you that we will serve you regularly
Absolutely Pure Ice!
We guarantee full weights at all
FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN.
A MnlaU Pristine Offlrt with Tb'rh nr enef.
Cle ber ct nitkt noi.ey, or It will toon pty lor
rtf It Htcnett boat.
Uriel tt teed bttlKtle, It Rno4 tl . tnd
wUl beeold ttktireoet. For ttmplei of work,
U , ttiiM m tddrew
W. L. WRIGHT,
Oor. Ivth St, Levee.
Delivered 100 lbs. and upward, 40c!
Delivered less than 100 lbs., 60c.
Leave orders at onr Factory, or
Telphone Ho. 8.
Everybody is invited to
come and see the model Ice
The Distilled Water Ice Mfg. Co,
"Ruader ot Bulletis"1 will be to
send full name to the office before coramu
oicutioa cao ti used.
Ad excursion to Paducah tome Sun
day in the near future ii ipoken of. Ne
gotiations lor the charter of tteamboat
.ire pen JiDff.
Wasted A man to gt to Dixon
Sprioga and take charge of the vegetable
garden. Address J. E. Lemen. Allen
Springs, Pope county, 111. 8t
Several sprinklers were put In opera
tion yesterday on Commercial aenue and
several of the cross streetf in tbe fower por
tion of the city.
Yesterday's weather bulletin reported
the sky clear and fair all aronnd us; tbe
barometer in a normal state; the thermom
eter in tho sixties: conditions generally
favorable to steady weather and pleasant.
Andrew Lohr'a Genuine Aromatic Bel
fast Ginger Ale, a pare pleasant and
wholesome temperance beverage, is now
on sale at tbe leading saloons. ' tf
Painters and carpenters and paper
hangers are all rushed with work just now
and may be seen busily engaged in renova
ting tbe homes and business places of all
citizens in all parts of tbe city.
The Illinois Central railroad company
has beyuu hauling dirt and filling op the
ravity between its outer track and the city's
stone wall, on Ohio levee, between Twelfth
and Fourteenth streets.
Thursday evening April 26th, at Tern
peraoce hall, the Sunday-school and young
peplu of the Presbyterian church will
ive a Pink, Tea and Sociable. Admission,
including relreshments, ZH cent. Straw
berries extra. 8t
Captain T. W. Shields, Captain J. M.
Phillips sod Mr. P. W. Barclay are on their
ways to Chicago for business and pleasure.
Tlie firt named will go from Chicago to
Cincinnati, to attend the musical festival
leterdnv momma s frost I uia no
damaire to fruit below Du Quoin, ao says
Mr. Keviianlof", who returned yesterday
from a visit to bis own fruit tarm near
Mr.Clias. Flardy will open a dancing
8'IimiI for veDts at Swohoda's new hall.
Cor. 18tli and Poplar streets, Friday even
in;;, April 27th. Those desiring to become
prolicient in this graceful art should b on
hand at 8 o'c'ock sharp. 2t
A party of young men, loaded down
with all necessary hunting and fiabintf ap
paratus, went up to Santa Fe in tbia
county yesterday for a day'a. sport. . Fish
inn and hunting is reported to be good
TI.e Illinois Central company ,' contin
ues to push the work of raising its' tracks
tram here to V ill a Ridge with all possible
speed. Hundreds of men and several en
gines and trains are at work every day and
are making good progress.
Tl e boss oil stoves, refrigerators and
ice-chests, water-coolers, the beat lot cream
freezes on earth and a great tarietf of
other household articles for the summer
trade, just received it C. W. Henderson's,
corner 12th and Commercial. lw
reports irom up in this county are to
the effect that farm work la not being much
luterteieu with uy high water. While
some of the bottoms are under water, tbe
higher ground all around is glowing with
a neb green, promisiog a fine harvest.
The last regular meeting of the "Ideal
League," at the residence of Mr. George
Parsons, was very encouraging to the well
wishers of the otganization. Tbe attendance
was good and the proceedings gave evi
dence of deep interest in the affairs and ob-
FOR FINISHING, 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
nnupi) ivn nPTTirn Ttiaw ra liTMliMTP PATVT (lit WATT, PAPV.H
ANY HOUSEKEEPER PAN APPLY IT. h
OVER OLD WALL PAPER. 'ff
The result is surprising, aa it obliterates all stripes and colors, cover patches and will
not cause s wrinkl or blister in the paper; and tbe room is made proof against bugs, -
etc., by brushing Alabaatine in the cracks and around tbe casings and haw, where it
sots like stone. J3"Ready for use by adding hot water. Jfcl Fifty cents worth of Ala
bastine will cover 50 aquare yards of average wall with two coats; and one coat will pro.
duce better work than can be done with one coat of any other preparation, on ibe same
surface. Call and see sample card of Tints and learn our price.
72z Halo Z-iOttoo and.
Cor. 8th St. & Wash. Ave.
jects of the club. Owing to the non-ap
pearance of several of those appointed to
take part in the literary programme, this
feature of the proceedings waa somewhat
amended. The business over, Miss Montiu
Metcalf produced "Dancing Leaves" upon
the piano; Mr. Korsmeyer read a selection,
and further vocal and instrumental music
waa rendered by other members, ladies and
-Yesterday evening Chief Myers arres
ted Mre. Hoppy, the luoatic, who has been
wandering about tbe streets of the city for
a long time in an aimless way almost con
stantly, without any regard to the condi
tion of the weather. She is to be tried to
day bv County Judge Robinson and sent
back to Anna as soon as possible.
A pleasant little party, composed ot the
fnends and the dancing class of Miss Nel
lie Lemen, gathered at the residence of her
sister, Mrs. Burnett, last night, and enjoyed
several hours of dancing, music, and the
usual et ceteras. The affair was a sort of
good-bye to Miss Nellie, who will, in a
short while, go to Dixon Springs to spend
Mr. Louis C. Herbert has made some
extensive changes and improvements in his
Tenth street water works. Larger machin
ery has been substituted for the old, which
will obviate the trouble experienced in
former years, of incapacity to supply the
great demand for bis filtered tank water
by consumers and for bis several street
Maurice Clancy was buried yesterday
at Villa Ridge. The remains were con.
veyed from the house on Ohio levee to St.
Patrick'a church, where a large number ot
friends bad gathered, who after the impres
sive service of Father Murphy, followed
them to the special train at foot of Four
teenth street, which conveyed them to their
last resting place.
As proof that the St, Louis and Cairo
railroad company has awakened to the
necessity of doing something and is de
termined to do something to place its road
in good condition it may be mentioned that
Mr. James Costigan, of Anna, is adverti
sing for 50,000 railroad cross ties, to be
delivered on tbe line of the St. Louis &
Cairo railroad, south of Murphysboro. He
is also shipping large quantities from Jones
boro. The St. Louis & St. Paul Packet Co.
have just issued a handsomely printed and
illustrated book of "Notes Here and There
Alonar Tbe LTDrer MississiDDi." It is an
interesting and instructive work, written in
a sparkling daily journal style, from which
can be gained a good knowledge of the
places of interest visited by the writer.
The book can be had free by addressing
the St. Louis St. Paul Packet Co., St.
-The late cyclones in Mississippi were
of the most destructive and distressing
character. Tbe lo38 of life and the suffer
ing of the maimed are truly heartrendering
The actual distress may no doubt be re
lieved to somo extent by timely contribu
tions to those who are unable to help them
selves. The charitable and open-hearted
who give toward the relief of these stricken
communities will enroll theemselves in the
list of those whose gentle deeds euooble
Mr. R th wbcvnow keeps a grocery at
the northeast corner of Eighteenth and
Poplar streets, is to occupy the empty store
PREPARE for SUMMER!
are now receiving daily the Yery latest novelties in Dress
ooch, Hosiery, Glores, Parasols, Laces, Embroideries,
White Goods, Ac, suitable for the approaching hot season;
11 of which are offered at prices that can not be under
sold in this or any western market.
We are doing the largest business in Black Silks ever
done in Cairo and are making daily additions to this De
partment. The excellence of our Silks and the low prices
asked for them are the subject of general comment.
Buyers of Black 8ilks are respectfully asked to com
pare our goods and samples from abroad. New shades in
Bantings, Nun's Veilings, Albatrers Cloths, Grenadines, Ac, ;
We solicit the patronage of the cash buying public
who will find it to their advantage to trade at i
room in the brick building of Judge F
Brosa, at the corner of Eleventh street and
Commercial avenue. Mr. Frank Cherry
putting the room in excellent repair.
new floor has been laid, a new ceiling is
being put up and the walls will receive
new coat ana the tront also win bo re
The young man Mitchell, who did the
hooting in Mr. Joe, Steagala'a saloon
Tuesday night, had not been heard from up
to last evening. Tbe circumstances as told
by eye witnesses seem to justify his action
for, it is laid, the other young man, Legg,
came toward him with tbe billiard cue
raised to strike bim over the bead. It is
evident, however, that be was In dead earn
est, for after having discharged tho weapon
at his assailants' head without deadly effect
POPULAR AND PROGRESSIVE
CASH DRY GOODS HOUSE
be snapped the trigger twice at bis stom
ach, but the weapon fortunately refused to
go off and thus a terrible trsgedy waa avert-
ted. Mitchell is a very pleasant facea ana
quiet mannered young man, but alao very
quick-tempered and does not hesitate to
resent an insult, and Legg is said to have
used some very rough language toward
bim, which provoked the quarrel.
Nearly every state legislature bu ad-
.... .. . i mi
journea witu tne exception oi inoee pi Illi
nois, New York and Pennsylvania. Tbe
only reason tor the continued presence of
the first is the persistent efforts of the Re
publican majority to override tbe minority,
the constitution'and well-established parlia
mentary rules, to carry out certain vil
lainous partisan schemes. The Democrat
ic minority has ao far successfully resisted
the accomplishment of these schemes, for
which they deserve the thanks of tbe
A sparring match between Dick Cum
mings and an unknown who bad blustered
considerably about his tact with the mit
tens, was the attraction at the Comique
after the regular performance Tuesday
night and drew a crowd, of course. Tbe
stakes were fifty dollars to twenty-flv. oa
Cummtngs, three rounds. The contest
was short and Interesting. Curomlntrs bad
di-cidedly the advantage from the start and
knocked bis'opponent out of time jn the
second round. Neither received a scratch
and only the best ot feeling was manifes
ted al f around. Dick Cummings is rapidly
getting his name up aa a boxer, wrestler,
HoOcaa la thla column ibrea lloea or let iicro i
naalnaartloa or SI. ft) art meek.
Morrirea. OdccUI "
COR BAI.B.-Blinka. ChMUl
C Warrant and Warrant Dt-eda at tba
jab otaca n uaio utm
FOR KXST-Krime cottage foroer Dlataloo and tl
WMblnirtoo ava. Applr to Uuch C'allaban. 1
CM BO U')MI FoK SALK.-The Kartell prop
an. Hrt Waahimton avarme. Deit door to IVtk
tbraa Iota, tiro fruote, and two in'l talf ttorjr
artek bona. In tba be-t nel'bborh.Mxl Id t atro.
ean ba bouubt at the low price of Call oa
B. S. Harrell on the prmiae, or addrera tba
aar, SIM Dearborn etreal, Chicago.
ttS sad 138 Commer-1
dal Atenae, (
THE LAST OF FE3TE.
The following lettor will be of some in
terest to Cairoites, by reason of tbe little
sensation created here by the party it con
cerns and others drawn by him Into a little
transaction of a anmewhat irregular oa
Omc cf Ciukf or Police, J
3t. Louis, April 33rd, 1888. (
tanli II. Mirers. Kiq , t blefof Poll'-e Cairo, IUa.
Dear 8ia; Yours of 22nd at band and
would state that Frank Feate entered
plea of Kuilty to grand larcency in the St.
Lou's Criminal Court thfs a. in., and was
aentenced to two (2) years confinement In
the State Penitentiary.
Very respectfully, : -
Jno. W, Campbell, Chief of Police
Mr. it. Williams, Sect'y.
A red-haired clerk in Savannah, .
Slipped on a piece of banana,
Ureal pain he endured,- ' ,
Dut St. Jacobs Oil cured,
lie now gns dancing with Hannah.
DRY GOODS and NOTIONS,
a full line of all the latat. ncwen colore
and qnalltjr.and beat mannta' tur.
BndT Brnsitela, Tapestries, Ingrain, Oil
Cloths, aV Ac.
PI.1L ! . nJ PnntfJ LnrninhiniT i
I. I II II rl ll HI 1 1 X I N U I
UlUMIllig uuu UUIIW iuiiiiu ,
Thts Department occupies a rail hot ana .-
It eompieie in an reapecia. uom ro ,
eaaranteed ot tateet style and be-t ma- tl
Bottom Prices aud First-cl&sa Goods! t
In accordance with a rtquet from m tne
of tbe members of the "D ughtei s of lie.
becca," a special meeting of Alexander
Lodge of Odd Fellows was called nt the
hall last night. The request puzzled the
membera of the lodge, and the tnysteiy
bout it attracted a full attendance, of
members who met the "Daughters of Uu-
becca" there, alao in full force.
But when the lodge had boen duly called
to order, all mystery was cleared away by
. . j t ...l L
Mrs. A. u. oanora, wno aa-pjiuu , y
nd in a neat little speech, presented to
Alexander Lodge, on behalf of the Daugh
ters of Rebecca, a beautiful silk flag, bear
ing upon one aide the scene of Rebecca at
tbe well and upon tbe other an appropriate
inscription in fancy letter.
Mrs.8afford was replied to by Mugis'rate
Comings on behalf of the lodire, aud very
handeome little speeches were mado by
Judge Bross and other members. The
meeting closed about ten o'clock with
many exchanges of good will.
The flag Is a real beaut y and will ln
proudly worn by tbe lodge to-day on its ex
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