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' of Extraordinary Interest to
ECONOMICAL BUYERS OP DRY GOODS.
Cash : Dry : Goods : House
Now show an Inomparab line of 1RWOODS in all depart
ments which we off.'r at prices that ht?e never been approach
ed In southern 1 linois. Mr stnn wa a largre bay r at the
sale of Cleveland, Cumuiiig & Wo ruff's stock m Chicago ana
secured sum extraordinary bargains in
Dress Goods, Hosiery, Gloves and Mutts;
also a large line of
of every description that will creat . i stir when shown. He
also male the largest par-hate of HDKHX ever made by any
home in the sta e outsid of Chic igo.-ail of whirh will be of
fered in luetime We cordially invite oar friend and -niton
from abroad to make ns a visit of inspection It wl 1 pay yon
o come to 0 iro for yonr Holiday Uo hIs. end for sarapUs of
ln ss uoods.
CHAS. Tt. STUART.
Ladies' HATS Marked Down
FROM 75.;. TO 25c;
, FROM $1 00 TO 50c;
FROM 2.00 TO $1.50;
I FROM 300 TO 2.50.
Reasons for this wndwfnl redaction,
clearing op for rtolid .y Good at Mrs.
WlLUAMON'd BAZ AR.
Mrs. J. S. HACKER,
Oor. Washington At., fotrth St.
Fall ttock of material for
Art :- Needle :- Work,
Zephprs of all Shades.
QaLeteon given la Arraiene. Order for
ftakplBR and embroidery lollelWd .
LYtt Stock in Southern Illinois
Block & French Stamping Patterns,
Business Established 1869.
tor those having Umplnr duo I will
elect coin tad tall parti of akeln with
oit ettr cha g. Ail kind
Art . Needle .. Work
tuwHtand dor to order; will moibwm
wor wnen requeued. ".-drt mall
prompt'f attended t. Crewels, O ilatle,
., f if Kmbroiderv tad Fancy Work all at
lowest pti'ible price lc bet' quality
good Four new tnit'ts Just eddsa.
Mr EL.'. GOOD YAK.
Uai&Ingtos Ave., Cairo, 111.
Mrs. ADELAIDE CDND1FF,
K0. 83 EIGHTH STEET,
(North hide )
Here'"Ck of -HI Inery Q odl entirely Dewand
tnm rl-es enT.th iik to he f-.u dine .11 Inery
eat b unman.!. trlce rj r souabl
UTDretise Cat and M -de to rder.
Y-r "it U snl'cited. II In
NLW (R STORK CO,
SAS. B. SMITH.
IWIIRT A. HIUTH.
Grand Central Store.
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS and HATS.
Having disposed of oar CLOTHING we will continue
our stock of
GEHTS' FURNISHING GOODS and HATS,
in which we will keep a fnll and complete line always.
I. FARNBAKER & CO.
Notices In tnjeeoidmn.eignt cent pet line for
imtand tlv cenu per line eaeh subsequent ineer
on. For one week. SO cent per line, For on
onth. B0 cent per line
Crackers 1 Crackers!
We are just io receipt of 100 boies of
trade-murk Biidecrickerx of the Im;1 brand.
The bui"S ciiotHin 9 12 H. .lust the
kind for family ui. Price 6j per lb. and
no charge tor bxe, M
5t Na York Stoke.
Brick blckaod onecotttge 14th street
and Wnshington avenue. Enquire of Dr.
Leach on the premises. lw
Two very desirable office rooms, second
floor Aldxandtr Couaty Baok Building.
Residence Property for Hale.
House and 3 lots, 11th st., near Walnut.
Out buildings, two cisterns, rariety choice
fruit in bearing. Everything in good re
pair. To those desiring a comfortable
home this is a rare opportunity. Apply on
premises or to W. P. Wright, 80 Ohio levee,
will buy a good moal cooked to order at
De Baua's. tf
Jones & Co., corner of Eighth street and
Commercial avenue, have established a
lunch counter. Oysters in ewy stjrie, ham
and cheese sandwiches, and metis at al
hours. Give ns a call. 1
Furnished ro ms for rent, by Mrs. M.
Boyle, over Trailer'- Parlor Shoe store.
85 Cents '
will buy a good meal cooked to order, at
Prof. Eisenberg is now ready to give
leesoDS on any music! instrument, and can
he tound on 12th street, 8d cottage from
Restaurant aud Ouster H mie, M Ohio
tor apples, onions, potatoes, butter, poultry,
egg mid hiiih. C til at No. HEighth street,
or ul.-pii.ioe No. 83. O. M. ALDM.
will uv a ifo id meal cooked to order at
I) li u.V tf
Wasted La ly a.ents tor the "Queen
Pmt ei-r," .nd 'Daiy"8tockinK8uppor.er,
t vii ne a- i ii v nt one tor ladies' and cbildreu's
ir. S-I in fcverv h 'Ust. L rge profit.
ii "ii ly ei. A Mr is, wih stamp,
L U r n i M' 'o,B So May
J . 1 ci' lm
d vM isr. rs it D. Biun 56 Ohio
For K nt.
Two nun. in the rer ol cottage on
l'w m Btteei, Ketw-i n Washington avenue
and Wol U'. Enquire nt ihiiotfiue. tf
Now Is the time to treat Catarrh of long
staudini;. E v's Crem B lin reaches ol
stiuate cae-, here oth r remedies tail. In
it lies the reliet you seek. Price 50 cents.
Apply into nostrils with the finger.
furnished with teeth rendered pearly and
glistening by fragrant SOZODON r, ueUdly
regarded as an indispensable adjunct of tbe
toilet, are perfectly bewitching. So Irre
sistible does the broad-cloth sei and them,
that it requires tbe utmost self-restraint to
forbear imprinting a k is upon tbem where
ever seen. No corrosive substance eon
taminates this standard beautifjer of the
teeth, from which it removes every impari
ty. Use it regularly.
CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 3,
Owing to a change in our
business, which is to take
place on January 1st, 1884,
we are offering our entire
Seasonable Dry Goods,
LADIES and M188E3
Carpets and Oil Cloths
at greatly reduced prices.
Special Barging in Ladies and Children's
CLOAKS & DOLMANS.
Onr obiect in makiiur these
offerings is to reduce stock
before invoicing. Ca'l early
at J. & L. UUKUEK'S
124 Commercial Avenue.
The Daily Bulletin.
UKNKKAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Netleeitn neee eoiamne. -en cenu per one,
Mh n-.nlon and whether marked or not, if calcn
'eted to toward aav nun's baslneit Imprest are
Locals on third page.
Go and see the bargains at Mrs. Wil
liamson's Bazaar offered for the next two
The Argus has new type sol presents
an improved appearance. Tub Bullktin
congratulates its neighbor upon this evi
You will miss it by not attending tbe
clearing sale at Mrs. Williamson's B iztar.
The 8t. Louis & Cairo railroad's con
struction train is expected some time this
week to resume work on the tracks of the
Ytu can find real Ostrich tips at Mrs.
Williamson's Bazaar on Seventh street.
Cheap, three tips, in any shade for, 50 ceuts.
Mr. D. V. Bobbins, the oldest check
elerk in the Illinois Central depot here,
succeeds Mr. Robert Jones on tbe com
A small tores of men was put to work
on the upper end of the Mississippi levee
yesterday, raising the track a little more
and leveling it.
Full stock and complete sample book
of -wedding invitations, etc., just received at
Ths Bntxanjr Job Office, No. 78 Ohio
Ticket No. 80,740, in the Louisville
Lottery, drew $1,000 on the 29th ultimo,
one-half ot which tound its way to a club
of five in this city.
Corn comes in very plentifully now.
Eiktht wagon loads might have been
counted at one time yesterday morning in
front of Mr. W. R. Ualiiday's mills.
For 88 to 75 cents you can buy a pair
of pearl sleeve buttons, a silver thimble, a
plated butter knife, or a siik guard at Mil
ler's jewelry store. 2t
Sam Cox was up before Magistrate
Comings yesterday for excessively indulg
ing his appetite for spirits of the. intoxi
cating kind, and he was fined $1 and costs.
Yesterday afternoon- blind horse
dray loaded with furniture Twelfth street
near levee washed out along southerly
side horse made jump and landed in
ditch furniture smithereens and chaos.
The ladies of the Baptist church will
give a sociable and oyster supper at tbe
church, corner 10 h and Poplar streets,
Tutsday nigh', D.-ceinlwr 4th. The public
is cordi illy invited. Admittance and sup
per 23 cents. td
A meeting of tha Young Men's Chris
tian association occurs at the rooms this
afternoon at 4:15 o'clock. The xeroses
will consist of bible readings, conducted ly
Rev. Divix, of Metropolis. Tea will also
be served at th rooms. Tbe reception of
railroad men will be held at the rooms
Lost Between P. O. Bchuh's drug
store and Eighth street, on Commercial
avenue, a god oracelet, with ornament of
buttercup pattern. Finder will be suitably
rewarded by leaving same at this office, or
with W. H. Oakley. It
Congress meets to-morrow. Tbe flght
for ths speakership is raging as hotly as
ver. But Mr. Springer has retired from the
contest; having submitted bis chances and
fortunes to the Illinois delegation, that
body decided that in view of all the cir
cumstances it wonld not be wise to present
Mr. Springer's name to the house for tbe
speakership at this time. Mr. Springer is
said to submit cheerfully to the decision of
The Texas A St. Louis pay car started
from Bird's Point down ths road at 8
o'clock yesterday afternoon. An engineer
from New Madrid took charge ot the en
gins. The piymaater had tho pay-rolls for
September and October, and has orders to
pay off for the former month going and for
tbe latter returning. Another pay c tr will
be or was started from the other c nd ot the
lias, and so far as known last night good
headway was being made. It is expected
by representatives of the road here that
t ains will be running as usual to-day. The
"Brotherhood," it is understood, acquiesced
in this arrangement.
You make a mistake if you buy furni
ture without first examining the large and
elegant stuck now on exhibition corner 17th
and Washington avenue, next door above
postofBce. The line of bed room and par
lor sots, reed, cane and foldingchairs, is tho
finest ever shown on this side of Chicago,
Cincinnati or St. Louis, and is offered for
sale at low prices. Sales now open until 0
o'clock p. m. Wm. Eichhoff.
Hogs are said to be rootlug up the sod
on the outer slope of the Mississippi levee,
between the slaughter houses and the rock
pile, thus destroying tbe roots of the grass
and preventing its growth next year. That
in the past the grass served ts a revet
ment to the levee, which effectually pre
vented abrasi ns by the water, is too well
known to need even affirmation, hence it is
desirable that it should be preserved. The
injury done to the levees during a year by
hogs alone is a matter that ought to weixh
heivily in fivorof prohibiting the freedom
ot these animals withiu the city.
Mr. Angus Leek has returned from
Pulaski county, to where he went Wednes
day to conduct a suit for forcible detainer
brought by Patrick Sullivan, of this county,
against Jno. W. White, of Pulaski county.
The former held a sheriff's deed for forty
seres of land which he had bought at a
sheriff's sale to satiety judgments obtained
by himself against White. The latter owned
and occupied the land aud failing to redeem
it within the time set by the law in such
cases nude and provided, he refused to va
cate the premises hen requested to do so
by Sullivan. The result was the action, re
ferred to above and Mr. Leek engineered
the case to a successful issue.
The W. C. T.U. organizations of tbe
20th diftrict, are to hold a convention in
Cairo, Thursday and Friday, the 18tb and
14th of December, to which they extend a
cordisl invitation to delegates from all Tem
perance societies in tbe district. Mrs. Hir
inet Shelton, head of the German depart
ment in Temperance work; Mrs. Nellie
Bailey, the celebrated "chalk talker;" Mrs.
Mary Willard, editor of the National W. C.
T.U. paper, "Sinal Union:" Miss Helen
Hood, state secretary of the W. C. T. U.;
and a good many other foe talkers end
workers will be present, so our friends may
expect a treat. It is hoped all the friends
of Temperance will bear this in mind
and attend our meeting. Laura J. Kitten
house, Pres't W. C. T. U., 20th District.
The poople of Carbondale, in their
eagorness perhaps to preveut all contest
over the location of the new Normal School,
havu made a movement that will not ttrike
the general public very lavorabiy. They
have circulated and numerously signed a
petition to Qovernor Hamilton, asking that
an extra session of the legislature be called
to appropriate money lor the immediate re
erection of the university building. The
energy showo by the people in relieving the
temporary wants ot the institution, even
though shown with tbe implied condition
that the state at large is to pay tor it in
time, wss praiseworthy and will receive all
the commendation it merits. But this tat
ter move, which, if successful, woulJ en
tail a heavy and unnecessary expense upon
the people at large for a comparatively in
significant purpose, will meet with very
little popular favor and much well-deserved
denunciation. The peop'e of Carbondale
have lost their reason in their enthusiasm
and are being led into doing things that
will surely defe t the purposes they enter
tain. But led on by Birton, who is always
either fiery or nothing, they may stop to
consider only when it is too late.
Elsewhere appears the petition of the
St. Louis & Cairo railroad cotnpmy, to the
city council of Caito, asking that body to
griint the compauy right of wuy over upper
Washington avenue and over Cross levee.
The privilege asked for is identical with
that sought to be taken by the company
some time sgo ngainst the councii'n protest,
wtien the lntter was bus ained by the courts.
The reasons why the company should not
be g,ven unconditional right of way into
tho city as asked were all g' ne over in the
content before, and Were deemed sufficient
by the people and their representatives in
council assembled; and as the company of
fers no concessions whatever in its last pe
tition and the circumstances remain in
very respect the same so far as tbe city is
concerned, there is no reason why tbe same
reasons should not be equally good now.
A little thought, therefore, would have sat
isfied the petitioner that the petition, under
these circumstances, would prove a mere
waste of words and time. The prospects of
the company io its efforts to cross tbe
street and leveo ate oven much less favora
ble now than they were bofore, for Col.
Taylor, who owns nearly all the property
abutting them, has withdrawn his consent,
notifying the city council of the fact by
letter; ami, as is well known, a street can
be given up for railroad purposes only by
the consent ot the owners of a majority of
tbe property abutting it. Tbe company has
entirely ignored several very reasonable
propositions m tde it by the joint council
and citizens commitiee. The committee
would be entirely justified in a siruila4
tr atment of this petition which, in view of
all the facts, mint make most any sensible
mn vory "tired."
DIAMOND PACKAGE DYES
unequalled for quantity and quality of Dyes, or for brilli
ancy and 'durability of Color. Best Dyes ever made fc
SILK, WOOL or COTTON.
For coloring Dresses, Coats, Cloaks, Scarfs, Hoods, Yaru,
CVrpet Hags. Stockings, Kibboun, Feathers, Basket Work,
or any fabric of fancy article to any desired shades without
rink or failure. With thest Dyes any desired color of Ink
can readily be made.
Also Diamond Gold Paint, Silver Paint, Bronze Paint ati
Diamoml Artist's Black. Price 10 cents for any Dackastt
' f the above. We also have Logwood, Indigo, Jladuer ni
"ther Dye Wood and Dye Stuffs.
Tin, Copper and -Aeate Ironware.
Roofinir, (i uttering and all kinds of work in Tin, Copper
and Sheet Iron done to order.
Nos. 25 & 27, 8th St., Cairo.
TEI.VPHONK NO. CO.
to citizens of Cairo and vicinity. We
have determined to close out AT
COST and BELOW COST our entire
Clothing, Gents' Furnishing
and HATS & CAPS.
of CLOTHING can
cent. Please call,
Paints, - Oils,
Brushes, Glass, Window
Pencils, Kuives.SForks, Spoons, RU , Gents' Cnff-bnttonj, Pins, Gold-haa4l I
Canes, Etc., opera Hlassea Fren h and American (Jocks and a Rreat rami
if Musical in-timnents. uooai newwum mtc
136 &138 Oom'l Ave
have tocnlved a full tnd oomplet Ha
ol now Fill tnd Winter
j UIILUU UUUUU)
Cloaks, Dolmans, Kotions, Etc.
a he ivy Mock of Body Brunei!, Taper
triee and Ingrain
full Hock of Oil Cloth, all ist and price.
Clothing & Gents' Furnfsh'g Goods
A f ill and comul t tttck I now being
closed out t gnat bargain.
Ml CKxxIb At Bottom Pnoea!
74 OHIO L UVEE :
and Cor. 8th & Wash. Are.
Any one in need
save 20 to 25 per
CLAEK & LOYETT,
Shades, Artist's Material, Ac.
Telephone No 1 W
: - D - : - D - : - E - : - E,
1 04 Commercial Ave.
Holiday Goods in Great Variety
Mamonds, Gold and Silver Watches, Rinft. )J
Bracelets, Nei k ( liainn, I.n kets, seta Tl
Jewelry, solid Miver ana natea wtnL
nld and Silver Thimbles, (iold Feus ani
"CITY GUN STORE0!;
Oldest in tho city; established in lMfj
Cfttn'l An., btwen 0th and Imb ata.
MAMVFACTUBBK 4 DEALER IS ALL KlV&f
Ammunition of all drr p I n alwar on haad i
BOTTOM PKICHB. i H
fllniinl nn. iritis In all klndx Of metkln. Ita I
if all description made 10 ordnr, and Mtltfaettoi
warranted. OUe me a call, and he convinced M I ,
Tmrolf. at the gn or in -uiu uum."
JOHN A. KOKHLEH,
Oi fla Proprietor, Cairo, 1U.