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THE DAILY CAIRO HULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 30. 1883
The Daily Bulletin.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
NotiMiin eoinmm. ten enu per lint,
wh lowrtlo" "d winter mrlil or not, if clcn
Uwd lo rowtrd tnr mu bmlneu tnlreit u
Additional local itctua on third page
Try Mary Ann. 3t
Mrs. J nines and Miss Emma James arc
at homo again.
Chattel mortgage and warrantee deed
blanks, at TnK Bulletin office. tf
School books and school supplies at
Hcaley's drug store, opposite court-house.3t
FurSale My cottage and two lots
on 7th street. Mrs. C. McLean. Ct
Mrs. R. K. Riley and daughters re
turned yesterday afternoon from the cast.
Low prices and square dealings is our
way of doiug business. Chicago Clothing
There will ba a social hop at the Hi
bernian hall Tuesday evening, Oct. 2. 2
All the late styles in boys and chil
drens clothing at the Chicago Clothing
Mrs. A. II. Iivin and Mrs. C. M. Howe
arrived hume on yesterday afteraoon's Illi
nois Central train.
n.o. iti-uiy oiiird and Mrs. Qus Will
iamson left yesterday morning for St. Liuis
to be gone a week or longer.
Don't buy until you see the stock of
boys and childrcns clothing at the Chicago
Clothing Ilouse. 2t
Mrs. Walker, Mrs. Nichols and Miss
Creeap returned with Mrs. Uisey Wooi
ward from a visit to E idyville yesterday.
Two negroes indulged in a bad fight
at fists on Ohio levee yesterday forenoon,
for which Justice R ibinson taxed them
each f 3 and costs.
Wanted Ly a young man situation in
warehouse, grocery, railroad office, or
wholesale house. Address Bulletin office.
Hon. R. M Spalding died at his Lome
in Lebanon, Kentucky, on Tuesday las.
The deceased was the tather of Bishop
Spalding, Dr. L. H. Spalding and Mrs. F.
T. Stevin, of Peeria.
In the Episcopal church Rector Daven
port will hold forth as usual to-day. Mon
day or Tuesday the rector and Mr. H. H.
Candce will go to Philadelphia to attund
tlio Episcopal church convention, ami, it
may bo, will not return in time for next
Try Mary Ann. 3t
We will show you the largest and best
selected stock of boys and childrens suits
in the city. Chicago Clothing House. 2t
Cairo will be well represented at the
8t. Louis fair and Veiled Frophet's festivi
ties. Delegations of ladies and gentlemen
have been leaving on nearly every train for
several days back.
mdlb for sale; $100 offered, $110
asked; sound, gentle, strong, and a good
puller. Apply to C. Hughes, Bulletin
Tuesday night the board of managers
of the Widow's and Orphan's Mutual Aid
society meet again for general business.
The usual verbal war is anticipated, over
parliamentary usages and rules.
Before buying elsewhere examine our
large, new stock of boys and childrens
clothing. Chicago Clothing Ilouse. 2t ,
The "Mystics" disbanded at Mound
City scattering to different parts of the
country. Mr. Daniels left with the ex
pressed opinion that some Cairo people
'don't know agood show when they see it."
A meeting of the Young Men's Chris
tina association will be held at the rooms
on Commercial avenue this afternoon t
j. uvtuvii. me. subject for discussion
will be "Tho Sabbath." Everybody is
liter McCUllahan callod at Dixon's houset
with a shot-gun, londod to the muzzle with
buck-shot, called Dixon out and without
any preliminary explanation shot the man's
head completely off closo to the shoulders,
scattering tlesh, bones, brains and blood in
all directions. Whether McCUllahan was
arrested or not was not known here,
Try Mary Ann. 3t
Prof. Al. Gobs' band entertained the
public at the Tenth street stand last night
in a manner that was an agreeable surprise
to every one who heard it. The band con
sisted of but nine pieces, but the music was
fine. Tho band was repeatedly applauded
by the listeners who crowded the sidewalks
all around the square
Mrs. Charles Lame who has been an
invalid for several months, was prostrated
on receiving the intelligence of the death of
her grout granddaughter, Little Rosa
Lento, of this city, and also a telegram an
nouncing the sudden death of her brother,
Wm. Rose, Esq., of the firm of Rose &
Bros., of tho great trowel and steel works
-Pulaski Patriot: "The Marine Ways,
under the new owners are running up to
their full capacity. The present owners
are beginning to make some extensive im
provements. We understand the land re
cently leased to Capt. Halliday, to be used
iu connection with the ways, is to be util-
iaoti eonn, on
whirli will be erected a num
ber of buildings, boat house, etc."
Among the distinguished guests at The
Halliday yesterday were Judge J. II. Mul
Just received 200 latest new style of 'key, of the Illinois supremo court; Capt.
piece goods, comprising the finest imported J (,' B Sears, U. 8. A., in charge of Mississip-
cassimere, worsted, tricot, meltons, ker
seys and pint clotn at greatly reduced
prices. Mado to order. J. P. Lehning ifc
Bro., merchant tailors, 4th & Levee. tu&suG
Try Mary Ann. Ct
Rev. B. Y. George returned yesterday
from his visit in Texas and will occupy the
pulpit in the Presbyterian church this morn
ing and evening. He will go to Mt. Ver
non this week to attend the meeting of the
resbytery, and next Sunday he will preach
his last sermon as pastor of the church
Friday evening at Lint Dale, Mo., a
small place, not far down the Mississippi
river, two men named respectively Calhoun
McClallahan and John Dixon, engaged in a
dispute which they afterwards settled in a
ght and then shook hands, leaving the
impression that good feeling bad been re
established between them. But a few hours
pi river improvement from St. Louis down;
Capt. II Ljurey, vice-president of the Miss
issippi Valley Transportation company, and
Mr. Wm. Kerrigan, general superintendent
of the Iron Mountain railroad.
Father Kearney left yesterday on the
Tyler for Cape Girardeau with ten new
pupils for the college; among the cumber
is the son of Sheriff Hodges, Jack Coy le
and Tommy Walsh. Father Kearney has
met with flittering success in his work for
St. Vincent's college, having collected over
iorty boys during his canvass. The college
is in a very flourishing condition and grows
more popular with each year.
George Knapp, the seoior proprietor of
the St. Louis Republican, died at sea on
September 1?, while enroute from Europe
to his home. He went abroad last July in
the hopes of improving his health, wl.ich
had been poor for several months. Foreign
air and water seemed to do him good, and
ho siartod to return home much Improved
in health, but was taken worso on ship
board, and on tho third day out died. Mr.
Knapp was bom September 25, 1804, and
was therefore nearly G9 years old at the
time of his death. He was a veteran newsj
piperman, having been connected with the
Republican for 57 years.
Services at tho Baptist church this
morning and evening at usual hours will
be conducted by Rev. John F. Eden, who
to-day assumes charge of tho church as
resident pastor, succeeding Rev. A. W. Mc
Gaha, who left yesterday morniog for a
short visit to his homo in Alabama, after
which he will resume his studies at the
Southern Bantist Theological Seminarv in
Capt. John F. lUy has been down with
a little fever for a few days, but was out.
again yesterday and took his post 89 en
gineer on too steamer Henry A. lyler,
which is now an Anchor line steamer, run
ning between here and St. Louis. Capt.
Ray has concluded, after his visit to Mem
phis and otht-r places, that Cairo Is the
best place after all, ami he will henceforth
be a resident of Cairo.
Ladies should gn and see Mrs. S. Wil
liamson's 6tock of Jersey jackets that are
offered for $2.21 and $2. .10. A new line of
millinery of every description is alio on
exhibition. The Jockey Cap will bo 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. St
HEALTH and COMFORT!
Disinfect your PREMISES. We have a laie
C01TERA8, CHLORIDE of LIME,
BK0M0 CHL0KALUM, GIR0NDIN,
CARBOLIC ACID, Etc., Etc,
Also GENUINE DALMATIAN
M-S-E-C-T P-0-W-D-E-E !
74 OHIO USV.Elfi
anil Cor. 8th & Wash. Ave.
l )15A.LKIt IN
STOVES, RANGES, FUILYACES,
Tin, Copper and .Aeate Iron wart..
-niED-Litie r Lentz, daughter of Rooting (Jutterins and all kinds of work iii Tin Conner
Harry C. and Ld.iaii F.Lentz and grand- j , j 'I I
daughter of L. C. lot I, die I Friday even-: U1U11'
ios. 25 & 27, 8th SI, Cairo.
iog at h ilf-past ek'ht o'tlockof cholera in
fantum, aged 1 year and eight months. The
funeral services will be hel l at 2 o'clock
this (.Sunday) afternoon at the parents' resi
dence. The body will be taken to Beech
Grove for burial. This little rose bud, the
child of many hopes, was apparently in
good health three days before her death.
The report that Alderman Rlake and
Mr. W. W. Wright have joined "The Mys
tics," to support ''the Fremont brothers, in
their wonderful performances showing the
power of one's mind upon the mind and
actions of others," is not true. Prof. Fre
mont was not well pleased with Alderman
TKI.HI'JIONK NO, yo.
Well enough, but he failed to support
the poor little darky subject in a trance(f)
when told to do so, and that individual,
when, according to the programme, he was
to fall bark into thu Alderman's arms,
struck the s'-ige rl or with about as much
force and as little (.'rare as any hungry
tramp ever struck a tree lunch, ami was
unceremoni.iu-ly .v-vaxened trom his
tranet-f '), much to die discomfiture of the
I'rif. and to his own mat displeasure.
Blake. The alderman supported the Frof. . The alderman phytd a cm-1 practical joke
on the little darkey and on the Prof, and
hence his disbarment. Mr. Wright was
looked upon as paiticeps crin.inis, or ac
cessory after the fact, and ws therefore in
cluded in the Professor's summary dis
charge. The several boys, who sup
p rtod the Prof, passably well, are in train
ing on ethereal diet an 1 in well padded
breeches, to enable them to liv: witldu their
mean and to drop on sUgj tlxirs with im
punity, before they sba'l join the company
at some point on its triumphant route.
FALL AND WINTER 1883-4.
I make my humble bow and ask your attention for a few moments. I believe ami have always believed that the citizens of Cairo and surroundings appreciated enterprise
come from whom it may and willing to assist in every way possible to make that enterprise succesful. 1
Persons outside the clothing business can not realize the many wonderful strides the clothing manufacturer lias made in the last few years in placing before the public var
ment ? equal in all respects to best tailor work. Now-a-days you can obtain for a very small advance iu price and much less than tailor work, a varment thaMvill be an almot I'KIf
FCT FIT, WELL-MADE, ELEGANTLY TRIMMED, SI VLIS1I AND KEEP ITS SHAPE. ' 'm,,un tUmT J
fTM ...... T.?A1 1- T r 1. il . i 1 1 j 1 i. A ? i ' . . i . .
mis season i visueu every nouse mAew iorK mar nan inemmnmoii oi Keeping sucji goods, ami bought very liberally. 1 nk the evamination of suits from $13 to $K), and
a comparison in every respect to Merchant Tailor's Work. In SATIN and SILK M)V and SLEEVE LININGS the variety is'uncxtrlled in the State both in Suits and Overcoats.
in i unoniei.i uu imuiuiru iii.inr, uiuu itllUJU V UllUUl ill! UOHlJll'e 111 III KM4.
In Suits trom bo.OO to $15.00 1 have endeavored to give
Below you will find illustrations of a few of the FALL and W I XT EH STYLES kept at " THE PALACE" CI.OTHLN'O HOUSE.
This is the very latest
style for those who do
not like the prevailing
Back Coat, but want
something stylish. It
is a very neat suit and
will do both for busi
ness and dress. It has
a sack front and frock
back. We have them
in endless variety, from
$5.00 to 40.00 a suit..
Call and examine them.
This is a very stylish
suit fur those who are
exposed to the weather
considerable or subject
to colds. We have them
in plain cassimere or
fancy Scotch coat lap
pels faced with silk or
satin. Sizes, 33 to 42;
prices, 10 to $30.
'Rut;by" Sack, cut
to roll off or button one
button, shaped in the
back, pockets with welts
or flaps. This is the
suit for you sty li h
young gentlemen. I)
"not be afraid, we can tit
vou and saveyouin price
fi or $10. A.II sizes.
"The lirunxwick" suit
fur and five button
(according to build;,
rounded from lower but
ton, shiped in the back.
This is the suit that nev
er 'lies. It is in style
every year one year
short, the next long
the one cut away, t' e
next straight. It V ev
erybody's suit, 'rices
from fi.00 to 10.'0 a
suit and all s;aes.
The 'Ueu'euf Sack
suit, four, live or six,
rounded corners, shaped
in the back. This is a
very late style in the
sack am) looks ex
ceedingly well on a
well built person. We
have them in all grades
ol material and prices.
Hero is -where we please you all. In Children's Clothing we are "t ho boss" bo.th in variety and price. Wo have everything ready mado for tho little ones: Waist. Shirt
Plain und limey suits
for ayes :i to 10. I'nces
$1.50 to $1S. We Imve
with vests or without
and long or short pants.
Our stock of ri-ady-made
waists for "little
fellows" is Itirge.
Hoys and Children's
School Suits, for Hges 7
to 10 in long or short
pants, according to at;e.
Iu plain, fancy or plait
ed backs. A schi.id boy
in one of these suits is
well ''fixed" for all
kinds of weather.
The Island Chief Kilt
Huits, with Turbans to
match. These i.legaiit
suits we have in large
quantities for ages 2 to
The "Little Hador"
suits, with hats mid caps
to match. Wo Imve a
most elegant line of
these suits, beautifully
made and trimmed, for
ages 2 to 8 years. There
Is nothing more com.
fortable and handsome
for n little boy fur fall
wear than tho "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
Htylo for a young gent,
12 to 18 years. Prices,
$3 50 to $25.
wfcfchVKSidK T!1C "PA!W !:Kr CWS.Sii?? f,t CaIr0 Nr!bVVil?,l1spi.n S" its entire Blork of GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS in New York City from a house
What w their ropuUtlon. anayuAwn oy men in the busineHs, This I say WITHOLT FEAIt OF CONTUAHICTION. Examine of our Htock with the "Winged Lion Brand" ami ask any one In the line anywhere iu tho U. S.
i SftS witfor ,u,al! r-hy r7, h,0UHe '? tho clty- New GmU y M the' ,a tl,e Eiwt 1,9 Mhm ,a ,,T,ie "
1 wiuun wamui my vuHwraui w ieu mo me latest tj ie like it Inwbeen, hut I propone to inronn them and keep the same for sale.
SAMUEL BUKQER, Tho 'Palace5' Clothier, Cairo, Ills.