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DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 28, isa.
Bight about Face! Make Beady!! Take Aim!!!
Pur:er'ul uurHl hJ , Sfwd us Ei reduce our stock without
ldSprSftW.m "duce our stock to meet
thritiffVeA we will attack the Linen Department. We will
sell m iirst cwt our eutire stock of
TABLE LINE, ?E'c
NAPKINS, LINEN STTITIN Ct&,
LINEN LAWNS, LINEN LACES
-iiav oui-8 to the nont, t . . .
J. L. STJBGEB. .
On account of old. age and declining health, I am com
Delled to retire from the excitement of mercantile lite.
Twill, therefore, close out my MAMMOTH STOCK of
BOOTS AND SHOES
at a grca' 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 tonner
bftfln sncomnlete nor yaried, we show-
V7UL OLvUtt. uuivi vww-. 1
ins more than 300 different styles and shapes, from the
mo 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,
No. 144 Commercial A.veirue,
desires to direct the attention of the citizens of Cairo and vicinity
to Lis well assorted htock of
ClMmMruENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
flTATS and CAPS, I BOOTS and SnOES.
although we started here on a mull seal ', we cn now assure the
public that we have a room of resectable dimensions, fi lea to re
pletion with a goid utock of g mhN, which we will fell at the lowM
living prices We assort, without far of contradiction, tht nobody
has ever received a poor article or goodsfrom our house: we be ice
iu wlliu?eoods that will irive satisfaction, aud discard shoddies aiid
satinets altogether. . , ... , a
We foMcit a share of the patronage of the citizens of Cairo, and
respectfully invite them to give us a call, when they will find that
we can substantiate our assertions.
KtnkM Id tula cuiutou lhre liuun ut ien .'.'iivi
OMluitrtiiin or (1 ft) p'twwk.
1JOK SAI.lt.--HInln. Cbiilui Moijirk. ?i ,,
Wmily atid WarriMy Dclt t tin! UtuU-i'u
JohidBce To Ohio !.
TLiOK KBNT Kriu eolimte tun er Dlvt.lon t.d
J WMblni-li.n of". Appl to tiuRh llnUn.
CAIElJ" ifiMBF Jl 8ALK.-Tlir'lTrtll pro?
trif. S'fi WhlnKioB swim, next dour to lib
ttire l'm. to fruuU, tn1 two in1 hlf story
brlrk home, In th bet rn lirhlinrhood In Ciro.
eo be bjiwht it tV' Inw prK of lS0n. Call d
B s. Iturrn I on ili" pr n leoo, or addrers lu
owner, SI M Dcirh'irn iirt-cl CtiUt .
HTE DAILY BULLETIN,
omt;l: NO. 78 OHIO LEVKK.
k.NTKKKI) AT TU CAIRO fOSTomCB Knit
TIUNSMIBHIOS TUROLOUTUK MAIL AT
SECOND CLASS HATES.
flKiiAL PAPHKoy CITY AND COUNTY
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Our wagons are now delivering the
DISTILLED WATEli JOE
to all parts of the city.
We solicit jour patronage and assure
you that we will serve you roguliirly
Absolutely Pure Ice!
We guarantee full weight at all
Delivered 100 lbs. and upward, 4-Oc.
Delivered l"ss than 100 lbs, 50c.
Leave orders at our Factory, or
Telphone No. 98.
Miillm. t.i Mk y.t m n a inn 'Atil. ivb. Itni
lu.uriicin and wbithur marked or Dot, if eaten
Wted to (nwkrd my ram's bn1nii Witcro.i trs
Everybody is invited to
come and see the model Ico
The Distilled Water Ice Mfg. Co,
-The Chicago i Mottling H'i hiiv a
most e'egant line of goods this season.
General C. W. Pavey is at bis post la
the internal revenue onlce here.
Iter. George being absent from the
city there will be no service at the Presby
terian church oo Sunday.
.One fine Mathushek Piano for sale at
low price, at W. C. Jocelyu's, Tsber Bros.
Messrs. J. Johnson & Co., Eighth
trout saloooists, have a notice of Interest
to lovers of bock-beer, lo special locals.
Master Mechanic George Alcock,
the Illinois Central road, has in hand en
glne No. 217 at the shops in this city, upon
which he Is making eitcnvlvo repairs.
The entrance to The Buixktin news
Mil Job rooms is from Ohio leveo No. "
ami is opon day ard Dlht. It
According to yesterday's weather 1ml
letln the barometer wss generally down
below thirty, the thermometer up lu the
K-vcDties, wind westerly, sky mostly
A wreck occurred last evening on the
0and Trunk railroad about leventy-ilvo
miles east of Chicago, lo which much dam
age to property and loss ot human life aud
iniurv to limb occurred. Among the
juied is Mr. Pennington, of this city, who
telegraphed that he was scorched external
ly and also Internally by inhaling steam.
fbe extent of his tojurios is not known.
Andrew Lohr's Genuine Aromatic Bel
fast Ginger Ale, a para pleasant ana
wholesome temperance beverage, is now
on sale at the leading saloons. tl
A news stand is what Mr. Cbas. Bowers
intends to establish in the front part of bis
restaurant, which will prove a great conven
ience to the levee business men and travel
Mrs. Hippy was yesterday again tried
before Julj,'e Robinson for insanity snd
adiudued tjuilty by a jury of six. She is
confined in the county jail and will be ta
ken Irnrk to Anna in a day or two much to
the relief of the public here.
School children will find Tai BcUB-
tix scratch-books Nos. 3 and 8 tor sale t
Phil Saup's canily stare. tf
Ordf rs were issued from headquarters
of (he Illinois Central road.thut President
Dii-z's train should run from St. Louis to
Xew Orleans, a distance ot seven hundred
miles by rail, m twenty-two hours, which
woul.l hnvfllirouffht !' '" toTndua
tioa by 8 o'clock this morning.
Two horses attached to one of the
het.vy delivery wagons ot Mr. C. R. Wood
ward, were frightened by something yester
day forenoon, while standing in front of the
store, and ran down Twelfth street and up
Washington svenue, stopping in front of
Metsrs. Smith 4 Bro's store. No darxsge
Wakteo-A msn to gt to Dixon
SpriuRB and take charge of the vegetable
garden. Address J. E- Leraen, Allen
Springs, Pope county, III. 8t
In their skirmishes over the city, iD
inrch of unwholesome matter, Chief
Mjers and hie assistants sre finding and
riTunving much animal matter ia the form
of dead hoi, cats, dogs and cows, which
are hidden from view by weeds growing In
the bo'.toms, or in out-of-the-way alleys.
There seems to hsve been a season of un
usual mortality among household peta.
Wednesday night some one broke into
the house ot Win. McClsry, oo Fifteenth
street, and took therefrom a psir of pant,
a hirf, a ijold ring and a breast-pin. Chief
Mvors undertook to work the cse snd yea
terday snested Geo. Csmpbell, a negro,
unon whom he found the psnta and shirt
The jnwelry had either been sold or pswn-
ed. The prisoner will probably be examio
Tre noes oil stoves, refrigerators and
ice-chests, water-coolers, the bett ice cream
freezes on earth and a great variety of
other household articles for the summer
trndp, ju?t received at U. W. Uendersoo's,
cortcr 12th and Commercial. tw
At Tvlnr. Texas, on Wednesday, at tbe
annual meeting of the stockholders of tbe
St. Louis narrow-gauge rsilroal, J. W. Par
amore ss re-elected president, and Wo
Senter of St. Louis, Logan II. Root of Lit
tie H"ck and J. M. Gilkerson of 8t. Louis,
elected executifo committee. It was an
that ia a few davs the eD In Ar
kan-as will be closed snd through trains be
run from St. Iur.s to lyier.
It is reported here that a negro nmed
Al. GoBett, well known here as a thug of
tho rou .h(!t tvoo. was killed in New Or.
lonns a few davs ago after having shit and
kilUl an officer there. Gossett was one of
brace of fellows who robbed a young
countryman here and who, when Officers
M irtin and Mahanny csptured hira and his
partner, snapped a loaded pistol twice at
the btiter's stomach, while his partner
rnnV Hit- furmcr a terrible blow in the
face. If the report Is true, the world is
rid of a bad roatj only too late.
Yesterdny's sale of tobacco at the ware
h'PiiH of Messrs. Ashbrook Si Robinson, on
Tenth street, was very lively and interest
ns. Fourteen hoisheads were soli la al
Eleven Illinois, at from $3 to $8; one Ten
ne ssi'f, at f5; and two Kentucky, at 3 95.
Mr. I. M. Baker, or Uarnsburg. had
eleven lioinheids amoD2 those sold and
wis well pieced with the figures he got
'I'H,. Imi-iTx with nil citizens of Cairo who
Ktein to bo awakening somewhat to the im
portance of I'ontc.ririg thfj tobacco trade in
A rme it only one Inch was reported
lor Mio utiio at ttus no nr. nunne ui
twuuly tour hours emlln yestorlay after-
n xio at 2 o clock, and yesterday, ivening
the river wat probably stationary on the
gutili) at torty-one feet nine inches. A fall
of three feet eleven inchea wu reported
from Chattanooga; a riso of seven inches
Irom Cincinnati; a rise of eight Inchea
Irom Lfiuisville; a r'we of three inches
from Nashville, and a fall of five inches
Irom St. Louis. A further rise of several
Inchea may ho expected here, since the
riven are still going up at so many points
If ymi want to know just whore to o
to find a cm 1 retreat for a few weeks or
months, during the "heated term" of '83,
Ntld tauih at the riolornua nrndictlons Ot
weather prophets, send your full address,
anu six cents in portage stamps to A. V. u
GVputiter, General Pawncrer Aaent CLI
cago, Mitwaukeo A 8r. Paul Railway, at
Milwnultee, Wis., hud hn will furnish you
alistofju-t such places, together with a
copy ot a new and beautifully Illustrated
iiooH, cntmod "X Reconnaissance of tne
Golden Northwest." A limited supply of
tliPHfl books are now lor free distribution at
(he ticket officii of J. II. Jones in this city.
Pleac cull early.
Thi "Ideal League" is, like all other
clubs and societies, unfortunate in having
among its members a few of that unmiti
gated nuisance, produced by a combination
of cowardice, ill-breeding and Ignorance,
the anonymous letter-writer, ss is evi
denced by tbe anonymous letters Bent to
'bb Bulletin. We append a sample
ritten by a we nearly said lady:
"You annliad for ailmitialon in
the League; now you never will be admit
ted; one black ball will keep you out, and
1 win put mat in to your creon anu pre
vent your being admitted into polished
We assure this particular exponent of
"polished society" that she is nursing wrath
to no purpose. No one at all connected
with Thk Bdllktik has ever more than
half expressed a wiah and never, in the
east, felt any desire to become a member
of the "Ideal League"
Dan Clsrkston, who stole a pair of
pants from Mr. 8.iddler some weeks ago
and was caught on Wednesday, was pre-
minarily examined before Magistrate Com-
ngi yesterday. The evidence waa not very
strongly against him, but he was known to
be a "bad nigger" on general principles and
the conrt and officers theught it best not to
burden the concty W bis iioUion.:e in
jail, and ultimate trial and probable ac
quittal, and the court assessed a fine of one
hundred dollars an 1 costs for vagrancy snd
the officer shipped him out of town on a
stay of execution.
tiome person or persons professing to
be members of the "Ideal League," has or
have addressed several postal cards to Mr.
Charles llsrdy, accusing him of writing
the "JSitbete" communications which ap
peared in Thk Bcli.etis some days ago
and informing him that they and others are
determined to punish bim therefor by not
becoming members of his new dancing
ass. We can hardly believe that the
riters of thu cards are members of the
League, because oi tbe deplorable lack ol
good sanse and the cravenly nature of the
writers, manifested in their mania for anon
ymous scribbling. (In this latter chaiac-
tenstic they ate so much like
some so-called "independent" news
paper.) But in justice to Mr. H-.rly
it is proper to say that ne was not tue uu
thnr nf thoia communications and orohabiv
could not have produced them hai he tri ed
to do so.
Mr. Linegar's constituents sre becm-
log a little impatient at the long rest into
hichthe levee and street filling bills have
fallen in tbe State 6enate. 1 he last men-
ion made of them was, that thy were or
dered to a second reading. The bills are
now and have been tor over a month, in
the bands of tbe Senators from this end of
the State, Messrs. Lemma, for this district,
nd Hoffsn for the next above. These
might be aided by several others in push
ing these important bills through. The
smoothness with which tho bills advanced a
fir as they did proves that but li't'.e effort
is require! to enact them into law, and
therefore a failure to pats them will arouse
luspicions in the minds of the peoplo that
may, unjustly, no doubt, renect umavora
bly upon those who bave the bills in hand.
Let us hsve the bills parsed, gentlemen,
without further unnecessary delay. "A
one pull, a strong pull and a pull alto
gether" will land them into the bands ot
the Governor snd there they will certainly
he beyond the reach ot any wno inline ue-
sire and attempt to secure tneir aeiear.
A lame old lady st Eejser,
ilad no one to advise her,
Till Doctor John Boyle,
Tried St. Jacobs Oil,
Its action did surprise her.
FOR FINISHING, TINTING ANU DECORATING WALLS AND CEILINGS.
The On!) Natural and Durable Material Known for tie Purposp.
WHITE AND A VARIETY OP BEAUTIFUL TINTS. CHEAPER, HANI
SOMElt AND BETTER Til AN CALCIMINE, PAINT OH WALL PAPER.
ANY HOUSEKEEPER PAN APPLY IT.
OVER OLD WALL PAPER.
The result is surprising, as it obliterete all stripes and colors, covers patches snd will
not cause a wrinkl or blister in the paper; and the room is made proof ngaiust bugs,
etc., tty Crushing Alabaatine in the cracks and around the casines ant base, where it
III. A .nua r- e J .j: L . . - m .'. . .1 ! 1 I
iiciuuc, iieaay ior use 17 uuirjg noi water. nny cm ' worm or Ala
baatine will cover 60 square yards of average wsll with twocoats; and one coat will pro
duce better work than can be done with one coat of any other preparation, on tho same
RllrfllP,.. r?ll anil .ua mnl. ...I nf Tl.ll .H4 1...M nil. n.i.iMl
- - -ww. ..luig V. v. .uw uu fi'ui u uui ' ' ' t
7- Olilo I-.eTre anci'x
Cor. 8th St. & Wash. Ave.
PREPARE for SUMMER!
POPULAR AND PROGRESSIVE
CASH DRY GOODS HOUSE
ar now recminz daily the very latest novelties in Dresj
Goods, Hosierj, Gloves, Parasols, Laces, Kmbroiderie
.White Goods, Ac., suitable for the approaching hot seasoi
all of which are offeted at prices that can not oe unae
s dd in this or any western marKet.
AVe are doinc the larcest business iu Black Silks ev
(lone in Cairo aud are making daily additions to this 1)
partment. The excellence of our Silks and the low pric
a.sked for them are tbe subject of general comment.
Buyers of Black Silks are respectfully asked to coi
pare our iroods and samples from abroad. New .shades t;
Bantings, Nun's Veilings, Albatrers uotns, orenaumes, c
We solicit the patronage of the cash buying pub!
who will fiud it to their advantage to trade at i
Mr. John McNulty has a letter troin
Messrs. J. K. Lane & Con New York, in
which the firm expresses a deBire to put up
water works in this city, provided there is
no danger of the city being washed away,
or the channel of either of the rivets bi:in
changed, and provided the city is not too
hnavilv In debt. etc.. etc. MeHfrs. Lane &
Co., have the money they say, and if favor
able answers to their several questions can
be given, will go right to work to build the
apparatus. It seems to be easy enough to
find men who will build water works any
where. Men who have money always &eek
Investment for it. but their investment will
always ho made with a view exclusively to
their own profit. Had the city been con
tent to take such water work as Mr. Dm
Iels proposed to build, slid would have had
thewoiksiu full operation long ago; but
the city wanted works of a terrain U'ld, to
erect - which would not have jielded so
arge a profit to tho projectors as they
wanted, and therefore the project fell
throuali. If Messrs. Lane & Co., don't want
everything their own way, their offor, when
made to toe proper auinormes, mny remm
In something more than a slight zephyr.
In the meantime the city is doing very well
without water works aim is conscious 01 uer
ability to secure them whenever she wauts
LUNCUI LUNCUII LUNCH I II
Dock-beer and bock-wurst for lunch to
night at Good Luck saloon. it
-The special Bhort Line train bearing
President Diaz and psrty arrived at tho
head of the incline in this city about 2 ill)
yesterday afternoon, the train having made
the run from Du Quoin, seventy -seven miles,
in two hours snd a quarter, at the rate or
ibout thirty-five miles por hour. A small
delegation of citizens were on the transfer
platform, but if anyjof them expected to
see more than the train and a few strange
faces at the windows ol one of the palace
cars, not at all striking In appearance, snd
a lot of flora! devises nn tbe floor In the
rear end of the sleepor is it went down
will bopnn4 read for bailout .oa &''
Mtr.and icrtht month bora win ot piaa
m Per Week.
Tharftr'y con U ths bt lo rt fatl of
tbe Curnti Propertioi of Ibe Water.
cuflr;.lVf Kidney Complaints,
for which thei- Pprlnet ars tpeelally noud. eoald
be furnished from prjmloiit psupl. bu bits
been pm miner, tly eore l by ! to four wctaa stay
and a free uit of tti water.
pop, Co.. ill. PKONUBTOIi. ,
IK sad ltt Commer-1
DRY GOODS and N'OTIO
S full line of all ths latest. newrt colot4
sad quality. and but nmnufr turc.
CARP KT D KPA RTM KX 5 '
Rodr Brosssl, Tapeslrlel, Itgrama,
Cloths. : c. ,
Clothing and Gents' Furnisl
Tats Repirtment occnple t fall to t '.',
U eoiBDii Id H ret peel. UoiiiU tj,
mriniMd o! Unit (! and hc-t u
incline, they were disappointed. Tbe- train
and the par'y wt retHkeo iu charge Imoied
l it. lv noon ttieir arrival by fluent U. C.
D. Pow, of this ( it)', sod Train Dispatchif
A. II. Eilimrton. of the Jiikson Division,
wlio canitt hero especially to take charge of
the tra'u. and wira hurried dn the in-
C ho s;id onto the bost and ae.r.ws tbn iIvm
vith iietttni'KS nod dispaUk. Arrifd oq
tim trmnlVr stesawr, the party, inc'ud ng
tu- ladies, cmiw forth troin th and
i. ,r,.i,.(l with HVidii intetesi, tb tuen
l Hi tilurf tho coupling tbatt)Oii;i t ai-e
.1 . . . Jt- .A U inriUitAi
0 t tan stvaruer t ie civua i
.ml tliHi.. while the steamer turned d.-wn
stroam. the party was conducted by Mr. O.
0. DePow up into the pllot-houl, so o
obtain a bettor view of tho ciry ana i..
river ss they crossed over to East Cairo. At
East Cairo, as here, everything wss Inreadi-
ncss for tlm train to continue on its way
mli An nrHie that fllittered and ihone
as though in a holiday dress of silver and
gold stood smoking and throouing on mo
main track as the boat touched the incline,
and in a very few minutes after only
glimpses of the train could I caught, m
it moved rapidly down behind the thin
partition of trees that separated it from the
Thero will be a stockholders' meeting of
rl, TillrmU Iron and Coal Company at
their office io Cairo on the 2th day
Mav. at 0 o'clock a. in., tor the purpose of
niractora. and the transac
. ivw 1 U M " - " f
tlon of such other business as may prop
erly come before the meeting.
C. 0. GODFREY, Prrs't.
n. p. westauj, 8c'y.
and FiMt rUs-i (!; ;
BKMKMBF.R TIIK 00
C. F. BOWEIl'l
esaMnrnlBff and Rn1n l unchei
t. niitln(r loieloimruzzlo Ih
onhihratod "13-lo-U, IV
iioHli InvoHtlirntioii. Tnko nl
of paper or card-bounl 18 liielies
and O Wl(l, IIIUB Xivuif; iv niuiiirt
Iqcboa. Now cut thin Htrlp dingi
m true aa you oau, giving two jih
th ahaoo of a trlnnulo. Now m J
exactly ft iuches from tlio larger'
each atrip, and out In two pliws.
these slips and put them into the si
avant annarn. end ll will nnni-ft
t. U v '
b Innl.nanunlt u-nv ll'A I til I III I'd I
lose of 1 square Inch of siiperlli'liil
nremeot, with no diminution of st
Tba qucsUon' Is, what becomes
tnon. W7e nt ri i.