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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 20. IS88.
NO FANCY PRICES for CHRISTMAS PRESENTS at
- Stuart's Popular and Eeliable
DEY GOODS -:- HOUSE
Buy your CHRISTMAS GIFTS where you eau invest your
mon-y to the best advantage. Advantageous purchases
enable us to offer extraordinary inducements in sensible
and useful irifU. Sew lines of following Goods just re
ceived: , '
Gents' Neckwear, Collars and Cuffs; Ladies' and Gents
via ftWDc 1 .,. and Children's. Collars and Fichus: Ele-
uiu uiu! voi """' - r ; ... 0
cant Party and Opera Fans: Papetres; Albums; Scrap
Books; Japanese Ware; Perfumeries, in Fancy Boxes;
rortemouies: riusii anil Learner cags, otc, ac
OUR ANNUAL HDKF. SALE
takes place this week. We bought for this sale 600 dozen
of Silk, Linen and Lace Hdkfs at such low prices as will
enable us to sell them t prices not to ba duplicated
eisewheie. With increased force we hope to wait on all
promptly, but urge early purchases to secure the most de
OH AS. R. STUART,
Sotieelnttneeo:umn,eigiii wnia per ltne for
tret and fUe centi per line etch eo.beeo.oent luaer
lion. Pur one week. SOwnte per Una. For one
ironth.SOcenli per line
Down They Go for
CHRISTMAS AKD SEW YKAB THADK.
New York Store Co. will sell more
sugar for $1.00 than other bouse in Cairo.
Call and see us.
at 12, 13, 14, 15 and 18 ceBti per pound.
Arbuckle Coffee 2 package! for 85 cents
o. b. c.
for 25 cents and a present in glassware.
how in stock :
Oranges, Lemons, Rutins, Prunes, Citron,
Nuts, Mince Meat, Apple Butter, Jellies,
in fact all goods needed tor family use at
lowest prices. Send us your orders.
50 bbls. Ben Davie Apples, choice, just
in at New Yoke Stork Co.
Fresh Oysters received daily by express.
Toys! Toys! I Toys!!! .
dolls! dolls! 1 dolls!!!
Dolls sold elsewhere for $1.50, $1.00, 75,
50 and 25 cents, cm be had fromus at half
the money. New York Store Co.
at 25 per cent, less than elsewhere, at
New York Storb Co.
81,200.00 Worth of Candy,
at the New York Store, best and largest
stock in the city Fiie Crackers, Rockets,
&c, Flags, Toys, &c.
11 yards of this muslin for $1.00, at New
York Store Co. Fancy Dry Goods, Ladies'
Ties, Silk Handkerchiefs, &c, at prices to
We have in stock this celebrated cracker
la 8 and 10 pound b xes lor family use. Price
only 6 cents per U. ud no charge for
boxes; other varieties of all kind, at
New York Store.
Boots! "Shoes!! Shoes!!!
D)wn They Gil Price reduced 20 per
cent. Goods must be nuld, at
New York Stork.
Meahrs. C. M. and W. C. Young, man
agers of the tnatiUl'aciuriiig establishment
ol tleory Breihan, oniet 4 hand Commer
cial, are pushing the Imoineis in a wide
awake, bucccmIuI maotier. They are, in
addition to former articles, manufacturing
Breiban's '"Birch Be- r" and "Champagne
Cnlcr," wtiich is now found for sale at all
the saloons in Cairo and the surrounding
country and is growing in popularity every
day. The tr tde of the bouse in Pb. Best's
Milwaukee beer is l&rgt-r than ever betore,
and ibe siuie rosy be said of Breihan's
Seltzers, Soda and Mineral Springs water.
The house lus found it necessary to enlarge
their machinery and add to their force of
toel in order to keep pace with their im
mense trade, so that orders can always be
promptly filled. lm
will buy a good meal cooked to order, at
A good heating stove in first-class condi
tion, new grate and basket, lined with fire
brick. Apply at the Bulletin office.
Cairo, la., December 7th, 1883.
The regular annual meeting of the stock
holders of The City National Bank of
Cairo, for the purpuse ot election seven d
rectors, will be held at the office of aaid
bank, in this city, on Tuesday, Janusry 8tb,
1884. Polls open at 10 o'clock a.m. and
Close at 4 o'clock p. m. ot said nay.
Thos. W. IIallidat, Cashier.
will buy a good meal cooked to order at
Two very desirable office rooms, second
floor Aldxander County uank Building.
A good cook to do cooking and general
housework in private family. Apply to
Mrs. . A. Burnett, 10th street.
will bar a good moal cooked to order at
Down They Go!
AND STILL LOWER!
AT SMITH BBO 8 ORAM) CENTRAL STOKE.
10 lbs. Granulated Sugar for $1.00.
lbs. Standard A Sugar for $1.00.
12 lbs. Snow White Sugar for $1.00.
yt lbs. Extra C Sugar for $1.00.
Yi lbs Clarified Sugar for $100.
14 lbs. good N. O. Sugar for $1.00.
Green Coffee from 6 lbs. for best, to 10
lbs. for $1.00. "
2 cans best canned corn, Yarmouth, 25c.
or $1.40 per dozen.
21b, Standard tomatoes 10c. pr can or
$1.10 per dozen.
31b. cans Btandard tomatoes 12c. or
$1.40 per dozen.
Everything else in proportion.
Restaurant and Oyster House, 56 Ohio
"Miss E. A. Brat is prepared to give les
sons in embroidery and will also do em
broidery on reasonable terms. Room at
Mrs. Wm. Emery. Most respectfully solicits
the patronage of the ladies of Cairo. 1 w
Mrs. 8. Williamson's Bazaar is now
in all its ependor of holiday attire and a peep
into it makes the rich and poor alike glad
to think that there is one place in all this
cold and bard world where they can get
something nice and attractive as well as
serviceable for a present for the friends or
little ones at borne who, God bless them,
are the one point which thair hearts point
to and makes this world bnght and happy.
Christmas cards in profusion, albums, toil
et articles, vases, pocket books, plush moroc
co and leather, kid cloves, button and lace,
black . lace. ties, silk and linen handker
chiefs, knit cloaks, Mother Hubbards
for children. The finest lace ties
and collars, suitable for Christmas
presents, in the city. Toys, hoods
tockinem belts, perfumery, etc. Hats ana
bonnets for ladies and children, cheaper
than can be purchased elsewhere in the
city. Millinery of all kinds to be disposed
of regardless ot cost. Now is your time.
arties desiring to make presents win nnd
it to their advantage to call and examine
my mammoth stock before purchasing. I am
determined not to be undersold by anyone
in my line. Mrs. 8. WrxLLmeos,
6t stventn street.
Saddle Rock Oysters at DeBaun 56 Ohio
Owing to a change in our
w i J 1
onsiness, wnicn is to taKe
place on January 1st, 1884,
we are offering: our entire
Seasonable Dry Goods,
LADIES and MISSES
Carpets and Oil Cloths
at greatly reduced prices.
Special Bargins In Ladies and Children's
CLOAKS & DOLMANS.
Our object in making these
offerings is to reduce stock
before invoicing. Call early
at j. & l. mmms.
124 Commercial Avenue.
The Daily Bulletin.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS
Netitea in iMie comtnni, tea cents par Una,
aeh insertion and whether mark ad or not, if calcu
lated to fuward any man's bailneis intereat ara
Prof. Storer's band at the Episcopal
sociable to-night. It
Have you read the price list of the
New York store in another column this
Boys' tool chests and bracket saws, at
A. Halley's. lw
St. Louis citizens are making an organ
ized effort to induce the national Democrat
ic central committee to select their city for
holding the next Democratic presidential
Gold rpectacles and eye glasses at the
lowest prices, at Miller's. . 2t
Walter B. Pettis rejoices in the advent
of another, born Tuesday morning fourth
baby and third boy.
It will pay you to trade with Walter B
Pettis, the grocer. 5t
The case of Parrot vs. Freeze was still
pending in the circuit eourt last evening
when court adjourned. It will probably be
concluded this forenoon.
Buy your groceries, fruits, etc., for holi
days from Walter B. Pettis," the grocer.
Right Rev. Geo. Seymore, bishop of
the diocese of Springfield, and Rev. R. B,
Hoyt, desn of the McLeansboro deanery,
were in the city yesterdsy.
If you want best goods and at living
prices go to Walter B. Pettis, the grocer.
There were evidences of moderation of
the temperature of the northwest yesterday,
which may make themselves felt here soon;
and Vennor's prediction of a m'ld entry
of the new year may after all be fulfilled.
Leave your orders for fine dressed tur
keys and cranberries with Walter B. Pettis,
the grocer. 5t
In a letter to this office, written from
El Paso, Texas, under date of the 16th in-
stant, Mr. H- C. DePue says his health is
improving since bis arrival there. He will
probably remain there several weeks.
-Remember the sociable at the resi
dence of Mr. Charles Galigher to-night.
Anchor Line steamers coming up from
below will be stopped here by Cspt. Shields
as ice is running heavily at St. Louis and
there is a probability that the river will
clou between here and St. Louis before the
boats could get back if they want on to that
Attend the auction sale of beautifully
dressed dolls, at the Episcopal sociable to
At the sociable to-night an elegant
doll will be voted to the most popular miss
present, the one receiving the highest num
ber of votee will get the doll. This part of
the entertainment is under the direction of
Mrs. Geo. W. Corliss and her daughter,
We have a full line of fancy groceries
for holiday trade at low prices. Walter B.
Pettis, the grocer. 5t
Dr. Gordon's son is now attending
school at Champaign. He came home
trom Cape Girardeau some weeks ago and
the Dr. sent him to Carbondale, where he
arrived on the day the schoel building was
destroyed. The Dr. then sent nim to the
school at Champaign.
A. Halley is selling beating stoves at
cost and all other goods very close. Call
early if you want bargains. lw
Another row was brewing on Commer
cial svenue below Sixth street last night,
between a party of rai.road men, some of
horn bad been parties to previous disturb
ances in that neighborhood. The timely
interferance of Officers Mahanny and
Boughner prevented an outbreak.
Full stock and complete sample book
ot wedding invitations, etc., just received at
The Buixetis Job .Office, No. 78 Ohio
Levee. : tf
The rivers continue to fall, here and
elsewhere, under the influence of the low
temperature which causes all sources ot
supply to congeal. At St. Louis a fall of
nine inches was reported for the twenty
four hours ending last evening. . Here the
fall was four inches lees and the river
seven feet higher according to the gauge.
A large lot of heating stoves just re
ceived at C. W. Hendersons, corner 12th
and Commercial. Skates and other articles
suitable for holiday gifts, also in great
To morrow night Harry J. Mortimer's
Star Dramatic company will play "M'liss,"
one of the very best plays of that class now
on the boards aod our people will have the
privilege of seeing it. lor the first time in
Cairo and produced by one of the best
companies on the road. The bouse will,
undoubtedly, be filled from parquet to
A drunken negro made himself very
obnoxious on Commercial avenue yesterday
afternoon by throwing kisies at ladies as
they passed him, or running against them
and striking at them. Chief Myers caught
up with him and had him hauled to jtll as
he refused to walk along. He was until
recently employed on the steamer Fowler.
He acted the part of a mute, chattering a
lot of unintelligible stuff all the way to jail.
A dispatch to Hon. D. T. Linegar of
this city yesterday announced the death the
eight before ot Hon. Sidney Grear, his col
league in the Thirty-third general assembly
of Illinois. Mr. Grear had been seriously
sick for some time with inflamation of the
stomach. He was a young man of more
than ordinary ability and promiseo to be
one of the pillars of southern Illinois Demo
cracy. He was elected last year and
served in the legislature to the entire satis
faction of his constituents.
Yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock Mag
istrate Comings unitod Mr. Jno. T. Quinn,
of Jonesboro, Ark., an engineer on the
Texas and St. Louis road, and Miss Bene
Jacket, of this city, in marriage, at the
residence of the letter's mother, on
Fifteenth street. They were the one hun
dred and fifty-ninth couple the magistrate
hss united since he has been in the busi
ness, his first marriage ceremony be per
formed ten years ago to-morrow.
You make a mistake if you buy furni
ture without first examining the large and
elegant stock now on exhibition corner 17th
and Washington avenue, next door above
postoffice. The line of bed room and par
lor sets, reed, cane and folding chairs, is the
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.
Aid erman C. N. Hughes returned last
evening from Carbondale, to where be had
gone to attend a meeticg of the trustees of
the Normal action). Nothing of special
importance was done by the board. Work
on the temporary building for the school is
continued, interrupted only by the extreme
cold of yesterday. The building is now
estimated to cost $5,300, all of which the
citizens of Carbondale are trying to raise
among themselves. It is expected that the
building shall be ready by the Jod of Janu
ary when the next term of the school
begins; and it will be done if the weather
does not interfere too much.
General W.T. Clark, special examin
ing agent of the revenue department, ar
rived in the city Tuesday. He spent all of
Tuesday and part of yesterday in a thor
ough examination ot the affairs ot General
W. C. Pavey's office here, and, in conversa
tion with a friend yesterday, he said that
he found everything in a first-class condi
tion in every particular. Gen. Clark ia
quite a figure in the political history ot the
country. He was adjutant-general to Gen.
Mcpherson during the civil war, was mem
ber of congress from a northern district of
Illinoisafterwsrds, was General Raum's
chief clerk in the revenue department and
one of the best that ever held that impor
tant position, was offered the chief clerk
ship of the treasury department oy Secre
tary Folger, but declined it because of bis
friendship for Mr. Raum. But he has now
reason to reget that he did not rccept Sec
retary Folger's offer, for with the advent of
General Rum's successor, he was compell
ed to surrender his chief clerkship in the
revenue office to a Chicsgo man of no ex
perience whatever in the duties of the de
partment, which was another practical il-
lustratian ot Republican civil service re
form ("snivil service deformity," it has been
sppropriately termed.) It may be well to
say, in this connection, that we did not
obtain the ''raw material" for this little
sketch from General Clark himself, who is
apparently entirely satisfied with his lot.
The work on the Ohio rivsr bank be
tween E ghth and Twelfth etreets, begun
some days ago under the direction of Al
derman McHale for the Trust Property
company, is about finished. All the mat
tresses have been sunk with rock and the
bank ia now thoroughly protected. A small
force is still at work putting in a few more
mattresses at the foot of Eighth street, and
this will finish the work on the levee along
the Ohio side of the city. On the Mississip
pi levee men are still at work for the Prop
erty company, and St. Louis and Cairo road
has also a small force engaged in raising
the company's tracks. Henceforth the city
may devote herself entirely to beautifying
herself internally, without fear of being in
terrupted by external danger; and, as after
this there will be no drafts upon her revenue
to meet extraordinary expenditures made
necessary on account of needed work on
levees, etc., she will soon reach a state of
financial ease that has not been hers before.
In a contemplation of these facts there must
be much consolation for tax-payers and
citizens generally. But there is also much
consolation in a knowledge of the fact that
the money spent upon the new levee dur
ing this and last years was well spent, and
therefore tax-payers, as a rule, will meet
the collector next year with smiling faces
and "fork over" the little turns set opposite
their names "for city purposes," with coun
tenances beaming with good cheer and with
a hearty "God bless you." "Thus mote it
For some years past there has been a
growing custom among merchants and
business men of presenting their customers
and patrons with small presents on Christ
mas. This practice has been carried to
such an extent by enterprising merchants
who wish to appear more generous than
their neighbor?, that it has become ho
enorm jus drain upon their stocks. Feel
ing that it is a use I ens extravagance caused
only by rivalry, the undersigned mercliauts
have signified their intention to give away
no presents on Christmas day.
Ernest B. Pettir, Wm. Weber,
W. L. Bristol A. Halley,
Walter B. Pettis, H. Sander & Son,
Rud. Hebsacker, Haythorn & Sloo,
Wm. M. Davidson, Wm. Kluge,
W. M.Cundiff, Herman Bloms,
Chas. R. Stuart, G. F. Ort & Co.,
Goldstioe & Rosen- Smith Bros.,
water, Daniel Hartman,
B. McManus, James Ross,
C. O. Patier & Co., W. E. Gholson,
Smelting in California, San Francisco.
Mr. Layne, Supt. Belly Smelting Works,
says; "Having bruised myself Dadly, I
tried St. Jacobs Oil and experienced the
happiest results from the great pain-cure,
The univarsal verdict. "The Hop Plas
ter is the best porous plaster ever made."
Only 25 cents.
Odor Cases. Plush, 4c,
Toilet Cases, Plush, Ac.,
Hand Mirrors, Plutdi, &e ,
Hand Satchels, Plash, Leather, Ac.,
Pof ket Books,
Bay Bum Bottles,
Mirror, Hair Brushes,
Hair Brushes, flush,
Ac, Ac , Ac
NOTA BENE I In the regular order of family wants will you not soon have to but
such useful articles as the following: Hair Brushes, Cloth Brushes, Tooth Brush,
Feather Dusters, Whisp Broom, Nail Brushes, Toilet Soaps, a Bottle fine perfume of
Bay Rum, Golden Lion Cologne, Camphor, Ammonia, Hair Oil, Glycerine, Glycerin
Lotion, Bandolino, Shoe Dressing, Camphor Ice, Odorator, Hand Mirror, Lily White,
Toilet and Face Powder, Puff Box.Tootn Powder, Therm .meter, Shaving Articles, Writ
ing Paper, Envelopes, Papateres, Pens, Pencils, Mucilage, Inkstand, a Lady's Satchel,
Lady's Pot ket Book, Gentiemsn's Pocket Case, Cigar Case t And if so, why not now
anticipate the purchase by procuring such of th.se useful articles, as you know will be
accepted, appreciated and enjoyed by those to whom they may be given. We shall b
glad to serve you for the Holidays or at any time. Call and see us at either store, ana
we are sure we can please you as to goods and prices.
WM.. M. DAVIDSON,
STOVES, RANGES, . FURNACES,
Tin, Copper and -A.eate Ironware.
Roofing, Guttering and all kinds of work in Tin, Copper
and Sheet Iron done to order.
Nos. 25 & 27, 8th Si, Cairo.
TEIjKPIlON'E NO. 20.
to citizens of Cairo and vicinity. We
have determined to close oat AT
- COST and BELOW COST our entire
Clothing, Gents' Furnishing
and HATS & CAPS.
of CLOTHING can
cent. Please call,
Paints, - Oils, - Varnishes,
Brushes, Glass, Window Shades, Artist's Material, Ac.
MAKE A SPECIALTY OF
Mouldings, Picture Frames, CAIR0' ILL
07 1 Telephone No 101
Engravings and Wall Papers.
E. A. B-:-D-:-D-:-E-:-E,
Pencils, Knive,8Forks, ISpoons," Etc., Gents' Cuff-buttons, Pius, Gold-hede4
Canes, Etc., OperaROlasses French and American Clocks and a great variety
of Musical Instruments. Goods new and of latest designs. .
NEW YEAR'S EVE BALL!
to ba given by tits
fsROUGH & READY FIRE CO.
tt ttaelt Hill, on
Monday, Eve., Dec. 31.
Prof. Rwror'e Band hsj bean engaged fur the
ooc.lon. Ticket! will ba found on eala at all the
CHARLES TELL, )
WM. McKWKN, VCommlttaa.
HERMAN MYERS, ( ,
We Have Suited for
Wall Pockets for Brush and Comb.
Wall Pockets for Whiep Broom.
Travelling Toilet Case,
Box of "The Jewel" Cigars,
Box of 'Bachelor" Cigars,
Box of "Punch" Cigars,
Box of "Above Alrcigan,
Ac, Ac, Ac.
74 OHIO LEVEE
and for. 8th & Wash. Ave,
Any one in need
save 20 to 25 per
CLARK & LOVETT,
104 Commercial A v.'
Holiday Goods in Great Variety
just received.' . .'
Man.onJs, Go d and Silver Watches, Blnft,
Bracklets, Neck Chains, Lokete, sets of
Jewelry, solid iSilver and Plated War.
Gold and Silver Thimbles. Gold Pens aii
Larieajt Stook in Southern XUinola)
OF ' )
Block & French Stamping Patierns.
Business Established 1889. .
For thoe hating atamplos dona I will
elect colore and aell paria or akelna with- .
ot extra cha ge. Jjlklnde
Art Needle . Work
taught and dona to order; will eommeae
wor when requested. Odera by Ball
promptly attended to. Crawele, Cblaele,
Ac, for Embroidery and Fancy Work all at
loweat poaftbla prloee for beat quality
gooda. Four new Initial! J oat added.
Mra H. J4 OOODYAB,
Waiblogton ATe.,bet.lthBth at. Cairo, in.