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you to av eak olothes, Qgjw aUa aiH ourale Material Known to lie Purpose
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elesrant line i vmi a iicrfectnt.
the very latest iSft rS colb, raisins
Our line of Rwk snitj-bju 01 "" t 'and best
in iirici's from SlOSta
selected Hue ever seeiim Cairo.
flmt before mircliasing
your suit, it will pay you to examine our large
FuriusMng Goods Dep't
is complete in every respect.
Shirts made to order. We make a specialty of Hats.
mm mm cm
Cor. 8tU St & Commercial Ave.
M WERNER & SON, Props.,
Leaders of Styles and Regulatersof Prices.
EETIE1NG from BUSINESS
f h acta and decliuimr health, I am com-
veiled to retire from the excitement of mercantile life.
1 will, therefore, close out my Miuuuu n oivw
BOOTS AND SHOES
at a great 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 former
The Law Compels
FOR FINISHING, TINTING AND DECORATING WALLS AND CKIMXOH
And wo ill niBKO K 10 your luturt-st iu uu " , - .
tJ mmoftbmnjtt price that can be .bow.
in aU the stores put togoincr
So if a large stock is of any advantage to you to select
troin. WC JlaVo lw m duw" J". 7i , , . . j
WHITE AND A VARIETY OP BEAUTIFUL TINTS. CHEAl'EH, HAND
SOMER AND BETTER THAN CALCIMINE, PAINT OR WALL PAPER.
ANY HOUSEKEEPER CAN APPI,Y IT.
ovF.ii nr.n wat.i. pappr .
W 4WaJ w ek A 'I 4 eW S .
The result is surprining, as it obliterates all stripe ami colore, cover mtchi:t) Hiid will
it mil4A a. Wl-inbl. nr llliufov in ttl. ttanttr ftnH thn filjim id lnu.-lii l..h..l' ...rain... Iilliva
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ine id tne cracka and around too cssinus no. I tiae, where It
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hpttpr made inai cau sccu ciwnunv... ...... v--- ",c "u" uri-nmnK,
2;v;w S! , nmsess it. There will be no boy's play in the not .hdm. iu
Vantage, W e pUess 1U mwo wu . Mnin aVa m.ina etc., ly bruBhmc A Ubaat
rioth&ff Trade this season. We are going to name prices eetg U1fe Btone.
liactort nt' hm'illf 86 87 CO, M" ailUCl- IOr DianuarU baatmowill enver 50 square yard of average wall with two coats; ami one coat will pro-
ai tll t Y aKil lo' V. fiv1PH. $l gift oti gift duce bottcr work than can Imj doue with one coat of any other proration, on h hhiiui
BOS lieSS SUltS, either frOCk Or SaCK St) MJLA Jf10 surface. C.llandH8amplec.rdofTinU and learn our pncMH.'
for Dress Suits, same as sold last year for $o a suit more. J
i.i . mun n,i ,. thuir clotbincr made to order and
Zr' ; h. .uited or fitted. Our fine
auiu are equal, iu all respect, to beat cuatom-mtde and manr dollar
le in Price. Mothers will be pleased to know bat their darlmga have
not been alighted this acaaon, for we have auita for them that are aa
"rretty aa a picture on the wall" and at pricea to suit them.
AH we can aav is, come and see us, and if you do not make the exclama.
.! n.ioon nr sht maiiH aner hit ibu uj dviuiuuu, ti. mi
lion wiiiuii h ,vv" ., i
Mf has not betn told!" We are andly mistaken.
SAM BURGER, Tlie "Palace" Clothier.
Sure Pop, Whips aud French Harpa, Canes still left in abundance for the
HIE DAILY BlILLETK
orPICB: NO. 7tt OHIO LEVKK.
KVTKUED AT TUB CA1U0 POSTOKKICK FOR
rHANBMISSION TUB0COH THB MAILS AT SFX-
OND CLASS RATES.
"yKlQlAL PAPKKUK PITY ANU CQl'jjTT
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
. . i . .. m r i.i MntM Df OHI,
90I1C II luo wiuiuu-. i-.ln.
wh inMrtlon nd whthor marked or not. if calca
lnted to fowrd oy mnu'i banlneit luwrenl re
The election over, all out-door employ
ment was resumed yeaterday.
Joneslwro elected a temperance mayor
and council Tuesday, and Mt. Vernon is
believed to done likewise.
A large and well selected tock .f wall
paper at Coleman's. 11
Tomato plants In pota at DtsRocher s
green bouse almost in bloom now, will gin
nearly a month in fruiting.
Several disorderlies were attended to,
as the ordinances directed, by Magistrate
Comings and Justice Robinson yesterday.
Wall paper, latest styles and designs,
window curtains, picture moulding, etc., at
Jeff. Clark's. tf
Piiftnrah Nf-w of Tuesday- "The
"8prioir fever" seems to hnv struck Pa
illi n-marUnhle viruletiCO. Tbe
whole population is down witli it."
Wall paper in new aud latest styles and
hpp n so complete nor yaried. we show
rr mow than 300 different styles and shapes, from the designs at coiem-. it
n : .. . . ... ! i iy. -. inmmAnttiii Wnrlr. I At tha Anron aociitble to night at thd
t-... jiiAtiiiia i qiiiiw '.iiiii iyi'iiim in i Hi-, i ,iisii iiiuurab iviu i r-
JUUM laSillUJiaui uauiLo v..
iii2 Shoes. We will positively sell every article at a
THE OFFICIAL COUNT.
74: Olilo IjOtgo and.
Cor. 8th St. ft Wash. Ave.
POPULAR AND PROGRESSIVE
For Ctty Clerk
Kor City Attorney
AMansan Ut w.
Aidermnn i w -
Aldarman td w.-Bmltb....-
Aldermia 4th w.
Bloat . .....
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1U2 68.V I vS
GASH DRY GOODS HOUSE
tmu- JiMtrtU mout plpciinf BtM'V of Drv fiixxU pvpr Khowu in Cairo, all of which
are offered ai prices that defy competition. Buyers of Dry Goods will find it to
nut sales. We offer the following apedalties, well worthy the attention of all
close cash buyers:
1 OA Ttfjinau Ktfla Chlfstincr Prlnta lit TWr Vii.
100 itieees 'ew Lawns at B and He; worth 8 and 10c.
60 pieces &11 wool nuiujf irese uiwun iv, t. i u'i m, m uu iuu mrntr,
All Wool liuutlnsr, irood black, at 18c
. a. a .1 A tin ...I tF
Mctoria Lawns ai iu, i i-, 10, z" .uu oc
Dotted Swisses at 12 1 2, 15, 20, 25c and up.
New line Dress Ginghams at 8, IV aud 1Z we.
Largest line of Reliable Black Mlku ever ahown in the city, rantrimr lru
il 1 1 I'V-ai iji anarf.tivr "V 1 J tall
TbeRi,'hth street imppwsmentis noar- Elegant Satin Bfocades at 50 and 75c 1 worth. 75e. and $1 00.
ly finished. Only the Washington avenue See our Ureal Hareaitis in ,A ,n a. ,. ,
a flii-i .n h Our Black rasnnieres, warraniea au w wu .uu-nuii mim i uv. ov, ... u..
square needs now to be filled, and the low "r . . h , Ca,ro-
place in front of Mr. A. Lohr'aeoda factory, jojoj Ladies' Fancy Stripe Hose, full regular at 25c.; worth 35c.
for which dirt is being hauled from over 25 doz Plain Balbrigan Hose, full regular 20c.
25 doz Silk ( lock isalbrbjan Hose, inn regmar ai zoc.
Genuine I.lsleThread Hose at 75e.; worth 90c, ,
Ladles' 3-Duttou inuresseQ iviu a ouc. pair, unn i
Ladies' Undressed Moequetalr 8nede Glove a' oc; reduced fioin III
. . i . t..i rl. . . n r. n ft 1 r. A U'nUl II Ml i l
Lrgeilue OI 0iueiair iviuuioe, wtruiru i uv,
100 pieees of Russian Embroidery, not to be foand eisewnere.at 10, 12 1-J. J
20 and 25c Jast opened. These are the Greatest Bargains ever -en.
Elegant line of Children's Collars at 6, 8, 10, 15 and 25c.
. . . .. , . I a iril f . .11 I ! ak 1 tin
Lauw tiemsiucn"a ikiris., an unen, vi-.
i . ji.-i tr j li4l.. .11 UnAM nlmul kr.rnP at 1 HA.
Great Pargaius in ToweU, Table Lineng, bought from a forced Hut u sale iu . .
a.. .A! . t b.. I lilik tikinAL' I i lliit Till
Increased force! pome auenuon, renawie ku'w r"""' 'u ""i
.. L- 1 1
to see us uei ore uuj lug
140 OOM'L A VE., bet. 8th & 9th.
M. B. SADLEE,
ISiTo. 144 Commercial Avenue,
desires todlrei t the attention of the citizens of Cairo and vicinity
to his well assorted stock of
THAWING, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS;
TliATS and OA PS, I BOOTS and ShOES.
Althon?h we started here on a small seal", we cm now assure the
public that we ;.ave a room of re-pectable dimensions, flllea to re
pletion with a good stoi k of g ods, which we will sell at the lowest
living prices. We assert, w ithout fear of contradiction, thnt nobody
has ever received a poor article of goods from our house: we believe
in selling goods that will give satisfaction, and discard shoddies and
satinets altogether. .... n , ,
We solicit a share of the patronage of the citizens of Cairo, and
respectfully invite them to give ns a call, when they will find that
we can substantiate our assertions.
111 ba opto and read j for hn.lnefi on the lt of
Mar. ana lor turn month board will ba placed at
$6 Per Week.
The ear'jr s.nn tho Wttn iret full boofflt of
IkaCaratlve Prnpcrtliit of the Water.
tiflre:uorof Kidney Complaints,
fat which then" Sprint areipeclallr noted, could
b furul.bcd fr un pr xntn nt people b have
fcaan peimanet tlr rurB I DT 00,1 tu fljUr
aa a free ne vt the water.
1 ope w., in. PBOPHIBTOIt.
Our wagons are now delivering the
residence of Mr. Parson's, tho members and
friends of all congregitious are cordially
invited; no special invitation will be given
The Argus baa a new head. The im
provetuent Is marked, but stops too soon; it
ought to extend to that aching roid In tne
Afiinn whprA thu anin.'i 1 column ought to
Audrew Lohr's Genuine Aromatic Bel
four dinner Ale. a DOru flleasact ttfid
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wholea-imu temDorance beverase. is now
on sale at the leading saloons. tf
In special locals appears the notice of
the ADron Sociable to bo irien by tbe Meth
odist ladies to-night at tbe residence ot Mr.
Geo. Parsons, at the corner of Twenty-brut
and Walnut streets.
-The estimated expenses of tli govern
incnt for the next fiscal year are placed at
$340,280,162. The amount of import du
tkB is estimated at $223,000,000; and of
internal revenue at $143,000,000
Those wishintr to purchase wall psper
and desires to select from au entirely new
stock ia latest patterns, call on Coleman
There are now only eight prisoners in
the county jail, several of w'lom are from
other countiee, brought here for safe keep-
iug. One, Leonard Armstrong, is from
JoliiiMoo county and is charged
The Method'iHt sociable at Mr. Parson's
to-night will be an unusually pleasant
affair. The apron i lea is a ironj one and
the auction will furnUh plenty of fun. A
tvtottt T PTt W7 k TPD Tftf I cordial invitation is extended to all to at
JjlOXllJLIlW WAlJaxv VU tend
to all parts of the city. Tbo Bells of Coroevillo are requested
,, . . . to meet rriilay night at Inform hall on
yon that we will serve you regularly ElKhth By order of John Home,
...1 1- I timmm &
a iwa. ii
the levee. The whole street looks fine and
the property owners aro proud of it in spite
of disDoeitioo to be diasatmed at tbe
Tbe new word "dude," pronounced in
two syllables, has been used in the little
town of Salem, N. for twenty years
Dstk and it is claimed was coined there.
It is common there to speak of a dapper
voufiir man a a "dude of a fellow, of a
sweetheart as "my dude," and of an s-thet
ie vouth of the Wilde type as a due. But
how the word attained ao sudden and wide
spread a notoriety puzzles Salem.
Tbe deteat of Chief Myers was a sur
prise to many who hat) always peen conn
dent that his chances for election were of
the best. Mr. Myers carried tbe First,
Second and Third wards by handsome ma
irities which were, however, overcome in
the other two wards, where he had less or
conization. Many were probably influenc
ed to vote against Mr. Myers, by tbe con
sideration that his services would be of
greater value to the city in another posi
A fight occurred yesterday forenoon at
Mounds Junction, between two young
white men. in which the one who was tbe
aggressor was afterwards deoidedly "the
under dog," so to speak. A young man
named Rendleman bad taught school In
Wetaug for three months and the board
liad refused to pay him. He sued and all
Wetaug came down to Mound City
to attend the trial. The school board
gained tbe suit and Readleman got drunk.
On the wsy back when at the Mounds,
Rendleman was "bustin fur a fight" and
the right man "took him up" aud "mopped"
the ground with him, while the rest of the
party looked smilingly on.
The evening before the election the pop.
ulotis portions of the city were flooded with
hand-bills of which tho following is a
FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN.
Aeompleu Printing Office with yhlch any enrr
CU boy can m.ke money, or It will SOOD p7 for
IMa a buaUieee home.
fcavUa- been oed bat Half. U o-d as bjw. md
rUl Maold at half coat. For aamplee of work,
a)!-, call on er addreti
VT. L. WRIGHT,
Cor. tftk It. Law.
Absolutely Pure Ice!
Air. A. 1. Delimit) ia mikinir aoine
exlenslve iraprovfirneuts In his oyster saloon
on un o levee. rue wmiu nr ! mnu a
Nap RnnwIM beint coverod with hew fmiHT a-vrumalvH
v v vr awuvr n i - s -r " -w " " -
I &nfl Jattrrtiv And minn tr Uuinl,i;nk.nn
full weights at ill .ink..-i..,i...i r .......i
B ' " H'HUIU C1S'I Vva,
1 UlUhs: 1 Th tabln uUnn Uu. .OUI.l f
p.n CW'T I r, -,,v Tuiu wi
Delivered 100 lbs. and unward. 40c. Tuesday's election is reproduced in this
I'nllVAVinil l..ua 1 An Ik.. CA. 1 . I I a
Leave orders at
Telphone o. 08.
our Factory, or
Delivered less than 100 lbs.. 50c. isue. revised and corrected. Th r imm.a
made do not materially affect the re
sults nravloualv announced. n,1 tlm
flirurm now atand thrv o'iII irl,.l.lu .
n - - - - - - j ..... ivu.wi w
KVArvhrwlV 19 ItlVitPil m PLrienB lew n any cnanncs in IDs Una
aM I ara j rwr aa atei aWVa W B
i 4.1 jit canvass.
AArriA nnn aaa tha mAriAl Inn
i.iiiiiii iliiii c.1 . j iiiiii iiiinii.i .ri . .. . .
' I Pull Mm. H. V lliin.nnn U..w
entn street oear uoimuerclul avenue, and
have your old bats shaped aud mado over
it the latest style for the small sum ct
The Distilled Water Ice M. Co,
CHAS. R. STUART.
strengthen their love for the excitement
and activity of a political campaign, are
too apt to Uke advantage or this tailing
nn lh nnrt rtf thfl nulilic SIB tOO aDt to
forget good resolutions and promises, in the
contemplation of the preparations for the
very next race, aDd when the word to go is
given, are found hobbling along in the mid
die of the track, obstructions to younger
and better stock
Another little bill, whieh was very clan
destinely and tparsoly circulated, is dis-
claimed by Mr. Winter and it is well, tor
the sentiments sught to be conveyeu
by the bill are so very silly that the oppo
nents of Mr. Halliday were probaDly
ashamed to be seen with a copy of the bills,
and hence their sesreity in even the most
doduIous Darts of the city. The author of
this bill may not be a fool, but toe evidence
as furnished by the bill would be strongly
KL'ainst him before a jury of ordinarily sen
sible men ; he ought to resign his position
on the Winter campaign literary bureau and
devote himself exclusively to his favorite
and almost const-tut occupation, for which
ho has a marked talent, viz: five cent or
whiskey poker, at whieh he "blows in" bis
small daily allowance surrepticiously oli
tained from an indulgent and unsuspect
log papa. The author's opposition to Mr.
Hfillidiiy very probably grew u !" the
feir, that Mr. Halli Jay's eloctl-'u would
mean a more strict enforcement ot stciions
copyf (10 and 81, of chapter v,oi me rcviwu ur
'For Mavnr! flavino- benn aolicitad hv dinanets. which provide SUitaOH piiuisu
all classes of nooDle to again become a can- ment for idlers without visible means of
Notice! la tble eolumu tbrec llBfi ut W" l
one Inie rtlon or 1 Q p r cbK.
LHK bAI.B.-Hlankl. ChilU'.
Warranty and warran
Job office 78 Uhlo !.
arraiitr and Warrant livaua at tua
PAIKU II iM E FaK bALK.-Thr llinell prop
j n. n Whlni7ton arenue. ni.'it door to Vnh
-Dilation, two (roiiu, and two and half rtoiy
K.k. I.A... in ih h.t n..llibnrhiioil in t'a ro.
eaa be bouiht at th- low price of i.Ki '! n
ownrr, $155 Dearborn etrcet. Chlcan .
WASTED Slafk barre l co. pom: f fit) lb.
CHICKASAW COUl'KRAOK .
Anniversary 1 1 1 Association!
I. O. O. F.
At JOSISBORO. I THUMSOAV.
A general Intitatton U extend-d to mviu'wi of
I. O O. and cltlanna to partlcl a e uu u.
i .n.i.i tra n will leara tbe It Inula xuiral
droot. Cairo. lll..at7:S0 a.im.. arrlvlMg at Anca
aiaMtoliia m.. h-re th pr.jc.'Minti will form
and march about half a mile to th) Joni 'o:i
mil dellrer the addreaa.
Tare from Ca ro, rounn trip. tu'
dtate for mayor, I hereby give my assent.
IT la MY L&oT RACE and I trust tbe
people, not one class but all classes, will
see that I am elected.
I have been a resident of your city twen
ty-eight years, and your chief evecutive
ntpport, who loter aimieHHiy aoom iuo
streets and saloons and oth'.-r plaeoa by day
and by nigh .
THE DEAD LOCK. .
Tha following resolutions were unamious-
1 a looted bv the Democrats of tbe Illl-
:.. i .i,u Hi.ar1.linp.k over the
I noia IIOUBO, IUOUI mv .v
My residenco among you and my admin. h,.jii.mN11v cuaet
istrations speak for themselves. You can wherens The Republican members of the
house of representatives of tbe thirty third
general assembly have precipated upon tin
judge wbat the future will be."
house a supposod report of the election com
. e t.,..ii - M.,M.I1
ly for twe words "Ibis is tny last race." It mittee in me caao oi orauwnu .
is a promise from Calro'i Ben Butler, that after the chairman had bold the repert in
h will not ba a rnrtala flxtnra of future hia nocket for more than thirty days; and
.uu... in tha ii. u ... inihol whnrHi.a. Tho onlv issue made in that
Vluvi wiisi au tuv viii a i w iuwuv v mv i. wa
public and it it well that the public should contest was as to whether the contestant or
bo duly informed of It. It it Important also the con'estee had received the greatest
that it thould U made a mVtor of record number of votes iu the Isst election iu the
for future use if need be, because the pub- Third senatorial district j and
ii- i. f.. .r..i a j.r....j ... 4i.i.aa ... Wlipmaa. Tho only mode known to tue
UU is K'ikvuui eue u"ue)"n se""". , 1 U
pecially those who have growo old and de- law of ascertaining the facts at issue was oy
crepld in mtoy races for office and whoso a count of tbe ballots cast; and
. a. . Wh.r... Tha ballot have benn fof
rare irora v. tu, i.um . v, .... ..
VllUHIdKe. fl .00; fre above nla Hldgc i n.
Children half fara Train will return armiit S p.m.
A'.l di'airmg to Join th- flan ana supper rein
tie it Anna In tua avenlnit can have itint ulti-"-
an'i nn-naterurlon ratoa.
Wi ha ennaged Krof Storer'a Superb Brax
Baud of 17 plecee for the occaalon. wlilcli will a i
company ta train.
9 C. K WOOOWAHO, I
CONRAD ALMA, Comm'ttee.
.IOH.8TEAOAI.A. , ,
Ticket) on le at John A. Miller' Jewelry
Btora, Commercial Ava , betweiin Sib a"d "ih tf .
and Harry Schnh" Drag Store, coruel 18th Kt. fti d
in re than two months in the posnpii'n of
the election committee; and
Whereas, The minority of the eletti xs
Committee have demanded a count ot the
ballotH, and the majority of the cominitte
have refused to count the ballots; and
Whereas, The majority report sought t.i
be thrown upon the house it founded np n
an ex-parte count made by the contestant
in plain viotatlon of Uw and pRrllametitaiy
Resolved, That as Democratic membeis
of this house, we are ready to proceed to
the count of the ballo t in the-Brad wol'
McNally case, and if upon a lair count of
taid ballots it shall appov tht tui 1 U
well did tecure a mij rity of the votes over
taid McNally, we aro ready to pledge our.
selves to voto to seat him. But until mJ'
ballots are counted we will resort to hi I tho
parliamentary power belonging to the mi
' nority to prevent the seating ol said Brad-
WBesolved, Thai we, the Democratic niein
bert of the houtc, are ready to proceed
with the legitimate business now before tho
house, but will maintain our positions un
til justice is done and tho question nov
pending bj withdrawn, or the committee
on elections be instructed by this house 1 1
count the ballots.
Theeaucti" then adjourned.
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