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THE DAILY CAIRO ItULLKTlN: SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBKR 29. 1883
The Daily Bulletin.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Ntlci in W coinrani. m cwii pir Mn,
acb lnrtlon and whutbi'r marked or net, if ctlcu
Utad to fo.ri.nl nr mu bu.lim" Intoroit r
Mary Ann. Ct
A cold wave from Bismarck is expect
ed to make itself felt hero to-day.
Don't forget the oyster Boup at "Good
Luck" saloon to-night. It
Mr. W. F. McKcc, editor of the Argus,
was off duty yesterday on account of sick
ness. For Sale My cottago and two lots
on 7th street. Mrs. C. McLean. Ct
Mrs. L. II. Myers and daughter, Guasy,
returned last evening lrom their visit
Low prices and square dealings is our
way of doiui,' business. Chicago Clothing
Additional local items on third page
dpt. Thomas Tarr arrived in the city
from below yesterday,
All the late styles in boys and chil
drens clothing at the Chicago Clothing
Mr. Herman Schuh left yesterday
morning for St. Louis, to perfect his studies
for the drug business in a medical college
Chattel mortgage and warrantee deed
blanks, at Tub Bulletin office tf
Ttio little child of Mr. and Mrs.
George R. Lenta died last rjight at 8:20
o'clock, of cholera infantum. Notice of
funeral will bo duly given.
Don't buy until you see the stock of
boys and childrcos clothing at the Chicago
Clothing House. 2t
Circuit court opens in the new court
house at WicklilFe Monday, and the event
is looked forward to by Wickliffites with
nearly as much iuterest as the pitching of a
Mary Ann. 6t
Yardmaster Albright, of the Wabash
road, was fined $25 and costs by Justice J.
H. llobinson yesterday, fur permitting
switching and tho obstruction of the streets
on lower Commercial avenue. The yard
master is supposed to have control of the
matter and was therefore held responsible
by the court for the violation of ordinance
No. 108, which prohibits switching of
froljht cars on any street. Dcfendcnt
pleaded guilty, but subsequently gave
notice of an appeal, which, in such a cane,
can not be dono.
mdi.b for sale; $100 offered, $110
asked j sound, gentlo, strong, and a good
puller. Apply to C. Hughes, Uuixrtin
Captain Shields would not permit
The Mystics to fill their engagement here
and they departod last evening for Mound
City, from whenco they will go to Padu
cah. May they do and tare better m future
than they did here.
Wanted Ly a young man situation in
warohouse, grocery, railroad office, or
wholesale house. Address Bulletin office.
Tho Odd Fellows and their ladies had
a social dance at the hall last night, that
was in every respect a most agreeable af
fair. The attendance was large, and the
pleasures ot a week seemed to be concen
trated into tho few hours during which so
We will Bhow you tho largest and best
selected stock of boys and childrens suits
in the city. Chicago Clothing House. 2t
A man named Michael Edgar, was ar
rested by Chief Myers yesterday for steal
ing a skiff from Bird's Point, belonging to
twomon named Charles George and Marion
Boyle, and valued at $18. Magistrate
Comings held defendant to bail in the sum
Mary Ann. 6t
Last night crowd of negroes, both male
and male, assembled ina hall in Springfield
block, for "social amusement", no doubt,
raised about as much hell as
any mob ot maddened devils could
possibly have doue outside o'
their own domain. "Pinch", in all its glory,
seemed into have moved to the heart of the
city for the time being.
Miss Parsons, sister to Mr. George
Parsons, arrived trom New York yesterday
and is Btopping at her brother's house. In
honor of her arrival Mr. Parsons will tender
the Ideal League a reception, at his resi
dence next Tuesday night. Those who have
attended such affairs given by Mr. Parsons
before, and who will be permitted to attend
tho coming one, will look forward to the
event with much pleasure.
Prof. Goss' band will give an open air
concert at the Tenth street stand to-night.
There is reason to believe that some ex
cellent music, will be rendered, as at one
limo llio (.'(iiuiquu hand under Prof, flosa
leadership was the finest in this part of the
state, ami tho professor has taken pains
since his return here, to bring the band up
to its former standard of excellence, Hut
the public may judge for itself.
Before buying elsewhere examine our
largo new stock of boys and childrens
clothing. Chicago Clothing House. 21
Hector F. P. Davenport and Mr. H. II.
Candoo aro among the eight delegates from
this diocease who aro to attend tho triennial
convention of representatives of tho Epis
copal church, which convenes at Philadel
phia on tho .Id of October, next Wednes
day. The convention will comprise nearly
six hundred members, sixty-seven of whom
will bo bishops. Mutters ot general im
portance to the Episcopal church will lie
The Dolan brothers at thoCoraiquo this
week tire an excellent team ami should be
seen by all who admire artistic or burlesque
s ng and dance performance. Ct
Mrs. S. Williamson will leave to-morrow
for St. Louis to view the large stocks
of new millinery goods there. From thence
she will go to Chicago and select from
among the great emporiums of fashion
there a lull linn of millinery and ladies
furnishing goods generally, which sho will,
upon ber return, spread out before the pub
lic in a grand opening at her store, such as
in former seasons, have made her estab
Bailment the centre of attraction in tho
city. She will ho iroue ten days or two
Mary Add. Ct
Special Revenue Agent Spaulding, of
Washington, was here yesterday to exam
ine and check up tho books of the internal
revenue office here, in charge of Collector
W. C. Pavey. The examination took up
nearly all day and was concluded late in
evening. Every item was closely scnuin-
; ized and followed up to its last entry, and
t e sums were then gone over. The result
of the examination was very flattering to
all the clerks in the office here, particularly
to Deputy Collector Eubanks who has
charge of tho books of the office, for not
an error was found from beginning to end.
"Z-hic z zay,cr-er you a ovviz.rf" said
a man full of benzine to Constable Schut-tt-r
the other day, as he walked up Com
mercial avenue. "Yes, what do you
want," said the officer. The boozy man
held on to the railing of the sidt walk,
swayed back and forth a couple of t'63
raised his ho ivy eyelids and bleared at tho
officer as ho said in a very confidential
inanner,"I I'm drunk and I want y-you to
t-t-ake mo to jail." "I see you're in a
pretty bad fix, kind of loose about tho
knees, bm you Heem to havo senso enough
to know what you're about. Why don't
you go home?" "Been keep bar fur man
down town, but got boozy 's morning and
don't want to go there; rather go to jail an'
tend smother bars fur a day or two, jus' for
a chadgu." Tho officer disposed of the
man as circumstances seemed to require.
Mr. Jack Jones will set onoof tho finest
free lunches ever offered in the city Satur
day, to morrow, night; and next Monday he
will start a restaurant ami boarding house
in connection with his saloon, in which
oysters and all the best things tho market
affords will be prepared bo experienced
hands for all who may call for a good Fqtiare
The circulation of the Globe-Democrat
one Sunday recently was 44,288 copies
Such a circulation for a newspaper of such
dimensions involves largo figures in every
way. Tho weight of paper consumed for
the iss uo was 13,000 pounds, or six aud
one-half tons. It laid out a single sheet in
width the papers printed would extend
over seventy-one miles, and spread out upon
the ground they would cover over twenty
seven acres! Tho street sales were the
largest ever made in the history of the pa
Ladies should go aud see Mrs. S. Wil
liamson's stock of Jersey jackets that are
offered for $2.25 and $2.50. A new line of
millinery of every description is also on
exhibition. Tho Jockey Cap will be found
there in all colors, likewise velvet ribbons
In every shade, for dress trimmings. You
will find everything that is new and attrac
tive in the millinery line and will be wait
ed upon by ladies experienced in the busi
ness and accommodating. 3t
Wickliffj Plaindealer: "The Cairo
Billkti.n of the' 17th reports $4,415.30
paid out last month for work on the levees
alone. This shows what a town or city can
do with bonds. Why not Bollard county
bond her debt, aud have her work done on
a cash basis." Well meant, but a little nut
of the way. The city of Cairo did not pay
for that wors in bonds, but in hard cash,
$3,415.30 in greenbacks, bank notes, silver
find gold. The rule above aU others that
has guided the financial management of
this city for ycirs Ins been, "live within
your means. .v pub.ic improvements
have been undertaken fur which the citv
HEALTH and COMFORT!
Disinfect jour PREMISES. Wc have a largo
COPPERAS, OIILOMDE of LIME,
JBKOMO CHLORALUM, G1K0NDIN,
CARBOLIC ACID, Etc., Etc.,
Also (1BNUINE DALMATIAN
74 OHIO LKYKW
mid Cor. 11th & Wash. Ave.
WJL JL DAVIDSON,
Tin, Copper and -A. gate Ironware.
Rooting, (iuttei'ins and all kinds of work in Tin, Copper
and Sheet Iron done to order.
Jfos. 25 & 27, 8th St., Cairo.
did not have the money in her pocket to
pay fur when dune; und none are contem
plated now tii,it the city is not entirely
capable of meeting. This l as been the
secret of the Mea ly improvement in our
financial condition. As long as ttiis man
agement prevuiin, tlio eiuiieruio n-ill beob
served and the city will c mtinue to rise
from under the burden of her bonded debt
in future as she has done, little by littlp, in
The latent inforurttion now with re! er.
ence to the hospital nutter w, that M ij r
Connelly lets ma le his report of the decis
ion of the supreme court in the t ndemna
tion proceeding, to the department of jus
tice in Wanhinzton, and Unit the in . Ur is
taking another rest there after its long jour
ney from Spiingfield buck to that cTty.
The tn xt step probably is, tint the secre
tary of the treasury will no have to ap
prove the amount agreed upon m the price
to be pai l by the governm'Tit for th) hos
pitaLsite. It is not probable th it work
will, begun on the building until bite in the
FALL AND WINTER 1883-4.
I make my humble bow and ask your attention for a few moments. I believe and have always believed that the citizens of Cairo and surrounding appreciated enterprise
come from whom it may and willing to assist in every way possible to make that enterprise successful.
Persons outside the clothing business can not realize the many wonderful strides the clothing manufacturer has made in the-last few years in placing before the public, gar
ment? equal in all respects to best tailor work. Xow-a-days vou can obtain for a very small advance in price and much less than tailor work, a garment that will be an almost TEH
FECT FIT, WELL-MADE, ELEGANTLY TRIMMED, SIYL'ISH AM) KEEP ITS SHAPE.
This season I visited every house inXew York that had the'renntation of keeping such goods, and bought very liberally. I ask the examination of suits from $15 to $10, and
a comparison in every rapect to Merchant Tailor's Work. In SATIN" and SILK RUDY and SLEEVE LININGS the variety is unexcelled in the State both in Suits and Overcoats.
In Suits lrom bo.00 to Mo.00 1 have endeavored to give
mv rMistmnpts nil imnmvpil tniike. finish siml fit without sin mlvniir'n in ni'u-
Below you will flud illustrations of a few of the FALL and WINTEK STYLES kept at "THE PALAi'K" n.Ol'HiNG HOl'SK.
ThiB is the vciy latest
Btyle for thohc w ho do
not like the prevailing
Sack Coat, but want
Bonuthirg Btylitdi. It
is a veiy neat mit and
w ill do both for busi
netp und drtsc It ha
a pack front und frock
ba ck. We have them
in endlets variety, lrom
$ 5.00 to 140.00 a mil..
Cull and examine them.
This is a very stylist
suit for those who are
exposed to tho weather
considerable or subject
to colds. We have them
in plain cafisiruere or
fancy Scotch coat lap
pels faced with silk or
satin. Sizes, 33 to 42;
prices, 10 to f 30.
' Hugby" Sack, cut
to roll off or button one
button, shaped in the
buck, pockets with welts
or (laps. This is the
suit fur you stylish
young gentlemen. Do
not be atraid, we can tit
vou and save you in price
ft or $10. All sizes.
"The Brunswick" kuit
four and live button
(accoidini; to build.i,
rounded from lower but
ton, shaped in the back.
This is tho suit that nev
er dies. It is in style
every year one year
short, the next buif
the one cut nwtty, the
next straight. It is ev
erybody's suit. Prices
from fi.OO to flO.OO a
suit aud all si.es.
The ' Heirent" Sack
Huit, four, five or six,
nmnded corners, shaped
in the back. This is a
very late style in the
sack and looks ex
ceedingly well on a
well built person. We
have them in all grades
ot material and prices.
Here is where weplenfe you all. In Children's Clothing wc 'ire"tlie boss,v both in v.-iriolynnd prico. Wo have everything ro.-idy made for tho little ones: Waist. Shirt
and "Tarn O'cJhamer" Cups to mutch auit.
Plain and lain y suits
for aes 8 to 10. Prices
1.50 to 18. We have
with vests or without
and lony or short punts.
Our stock of ready
made waists for "little
fellows" is lar'ti.
Boys ami Children's
School Suits, for aes 7
to 10 in mit or short,
pants, according to ai;e.
In plain, fancy or pUit
ed backs. A school boy
in one of these suits is
well "fixed" tor all
kinds of weather.
The Island Chief Kilt
Suits, with TurbniB to
match. These elegant
suits wu have in large
quantities for ages 2 to
The "Little Sailor"
suits, with hats und caps
to match. We have a
most elegmt line of
tin so suits, beautilully
made ami trimmed, for
ages !i to 8 years. There
is nothing more com
foitahlu and handsome
for a little, boy for fall
wear thnn the "Little
For youths we have
suits the same style and
cut as for men, but con
siderable less in price.
This is a very pretty
stylo for a young K!nti
12 to 18 years. Prices,
U 50 to 25.
hti larrrnuf aaunt(ttinnt nf It IiM. ((IlluS in Hia i.ltM mt. a i mh .... ... - . ... ... .... ... ...... .
... "VL'V "r.r". ' mV.r" luo v.lJ "i-amw iwhiihh house of Cn rn U tlio only imusu in s. jiih , wine i huvh i(h cnt ro n ock or (ircTs ruiiMSiUNG guods in New York uty irom a nouse
Whlcll W quouju a auiuouiy m i ana vtAiiiix uy men in the business. This I sav WITHOUT MkU nv rnvrif mirno.V. KiamlnP i.f mi hwk ultl, tlm "VVIiwrml l ion lti-niid1' anil k utiv mm In H.olhio nnvwliore iu t 10 U. tf.
I have in Hlock the largest assortment of FINE fiOODS in the ci
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1 1H quoieu tw nuiuoriiy in ni i n
m their reputation.
I am ilctpniilned not tobn nndi.i
I will not wait for my customers
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n bat W nieir repuiaiiou.
1 am acienumeu hoi m oe unaiTHom-nnaiuy. mane ana nnisn considered n n enses-hv nnv hmun in tiw, u iu..iu .w rt m twv unn.Mii. 1 1 iim n.iU i. ..tl.il.iti.il nr. 'Th P.ilnn.
; will not wait for my customers to tell mo the latest styles like it H.w been, but I www to 'inform them and keep the Manic for Hale"
SAMUEL J3UEG3SB, Tho "Palace' Clothier, Cairo, Ills.