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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; TUESDAY MORNING, NOV EM BE U ,
TIIE MILY BULLimX
jjiKUED AT THK I'OST OFKIC IS CAIRO, II.
UliOIS. A8 HaXuXU-ClASS MATT Kit.
omcUl.' PAIRK OF CITY .AJjOCUUNTY.
TABEK BRO S Manufacturing Jewelers,
No. 128 Commercial avo., Cairo, III.
Lk?I. WKArifail IthFJKT.
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10 ' 30 in
f. m., liM 90
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llTi.u. Wind, Vl Weather.
7 H fl" Fair
6H hK 7 '
43 hK 1
U NIC 19 Fair
Maximum Temparatura. 47 J; Minimum Tem
perature 41 5 : Knliifttl) -(Kl iurhea.
River, Iv) fet 1 inch liljo, 6 lncti.
W. H. f'AV,
-n't Siijual t'uriw. U. b. A.
OrWCIOrTlK t'AinO AND MOOND OlTT Rail.-
noau (,'OMi'Axr. Catao, III!.. October?. lsS0.
Notice is hereby given, to accordance lth the
b-Uwof the company, that a mnelitR of tlio
corporator, a'OckboliU-rit idU directors of
the Cairo and Mound City railroad com
pany will be held on Cricay, the
lth (twelfth) d.iy o" November nu.tt, A. 1 . lfi'i,
at th woari'mnater'a office, Ko. 75 Otmi Levta
ttvet. in llic city of Cairo. Illinois, at 10 'o'clock
a. m. NKWrON UOASKY,
JOHN q. J1AKMAN, 4 I'rvadeM.
AM lis KM EXT.
Two h'uhu Only and Saturday Matinee.
KK1DAY and SATURDAY.
NOV. 12 and 13.
Kus lament of t!' Eminent (Joi-inliau.
MR. .101 FN DILLON
Who M i'.)i-!,r in hit N w, K'calI aid
LhL.'uMu Coined y (f thr
V translation and adoption from '.to German, by
J. D. limnion, Kq., replete aith Comedy
and 1.6Di;hh!ti Situation!).
With New Scenery. Fropoitie. and Masuiflwnt
Hceertod neat without ertra i-Lirer, at Hart
uian'a alorc. Nlpht price 4i, 50 ana 7j cents. Mat
iane SO and ij cunt.
SALK 4VTOWN LOT.
Kecntly votwl tlift i'muty Seat of Hal
lard County, at the Junction of the
Ohio and MlHsissipnl Kivers, op
jwsiK1 Cairo. Illinois.
The lo-'AliuD on a hlyh and beautiful plnteaa of
tlioaud, forty ftet above tbe biheat tloodn, wltb
drlni! of pure rvanlnswaiea. It la tin- Northuru
wrtnlnoa of the Ni-v. Urlvan., St I.oul X Chlwigo
and Vlotiile and Ohio lUtlroada. Oa tuo oopMito
aide of the river in IHlDot U tbo terminus ot tlio
lUinola Central, r'ro &, Vl'."-nr iird Cairo A
St. Loubi Kailruadi. On the MioU'l s!d(- in the
Utui!uuj ol tbn Iruii Muuitlaiti & Koullu-m I If. 1 1 -road.
Lota tu the atxivti ufwly laid oD' town ill be of
fered for ealo on the iireml',
Oa WwliiPsiluy, Nov. 17, 1880.
TKRM& OK H ILK : -.One-Third Cah; balance m
me and two vcarn, wth U r cent, on deterred
The ferryb.iat will oirry bjjnr on day of it!-.
S. It. CALHWIiLL,
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Soli-v. In lUi column, tte fi't per 'liw, each
vistkh'oi.u uki.iaiim: oystkr duot.
Tlio utiJcrsifjtitnl would, rtfpoctfully in
l,Tia tho citizens of Cairo that wc arc now
roct-iviiifc daily, ftnl the only parties in
Cttiro, direct fnm lliiltimort: tresh oysters by
the can -and from tho quantity we arc re
caving and selling daily we are enabled to
sell them for ten and twenty cents per can
lcs than any other house in the city.
Choice Standard, full can?, 40 cents;
choice Selects, full cans, 50 cents. I or sale
at "Winter's grocery, on Eight a
street, and at the Hotel De V inters.
Tarties can alwavs rely upon getting them.
II. Winter & Co.
OYSTERS! OYSTERS 1
Freh Mobile oysters will be kept in
bulk through the season, constantly in
stock, and our numerous customers will be
supplied in quantities to suit, by thedo7.cn,
hundred or thousand. Also fresh Baltimore
oysters in cans, best quality and all grades
at close figures. Send your orders to the
Oyster and Fish Depot, Ohio levee, corner
Eighth street. Robert He wktt, Agent.
MAKE A NOTE OF IT.
The bent aborted stock of Cooking and
Heating Stoves, Tinware, Hardware, Hol
low ware, Cultery, etc., etc., can be found
at A. Hallcy's, 115 Commercial avenue.
W. Winter is preparing to go to Villa
Ridge to ninke some views of graves, and
tombs of the deceased. Now would be the
opportunity lor those wishing work of su
perior orde'r to consult Mr. W, a his work
The "Champion Monitor" is the best
cook store in the market for either wood or
coal. Can be bad only at A. Hallcy's, 115
NKW BILLIARD SALOON.
Mr. Joseph Steagala has taken posticosion
of the building formerly occupied by Mr.
Dan'l Hartman, on the corner of Sixth
stf'.'et and Commercial avenue, antl has
established therein a billiard saloon and
restaurant. He has repaired the building
internally, making changes in the arrange
ment to accommodate his views and furn
ished it with every comfort that could be
wished for in a first-class establishment,
he has spaired no pains to make his place
one ot the most attractive resorts in the city,
and invites all to come and see him.
Those wishing to make an acceptable
present for Christmas would do well to
pive in their orders as soon as possible so
as all can be accommodated.
Forty Westminster base-burners in use
in ttiecity and all give perfect satisfaction.
Sold only by A. Halley, 115 Commercial
For the finest roasts, the juciest steaks,
the tenderest chops, the most delicious
cutlets, tho best sausages, you must go to
Fred Koehler's sample room on Eighth
street, where the very cream of the market is
always to be found.
A pkkkkct Smoke liurner for str-ara l.xtil
ers. Dorden. Selleck & Co., St. Louis,
OUCKLEN'S ARNICA SALVE.
The best salve ia the world for cut3,
bruises, sores, uUers, salt rheum, tevcr sores,
tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and
fell kinds of skin eruptions. This salve i
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in
every case or money refunded. Price, 25
cents per box. For "sale by Gko. E. O'Haka
Five lots on on Levee street, above Heed's
foundry. Will be sold cheap. Titlo per
feet. M. J. Howlby, Real Estate Agent.
ELECTRO VAPOR DAT1IS.
Sure cure for rheumatism, ucuraJgin, dys
pepsia and all derangements of tho system.
Roth rooms, 128 Commercial avenue, over
Tabor's jewelry store. Terms: Single baths,
$1.00; six bath, $5.00. Try them.
W. II. Marran,
WANTKO-Sittiation by a man exper
ienced In the care of horses and cows, and
handy to do chores around a house. Apply
at this offioe.
M'me Floyd has removed to Walnut
street between Twelfth and Thirteenth
streets. Pupils received in tho day-school
or instruction given in special studies. Such
persons as are employed during the day aud
desire lessons in Latin, Book-keeping and
Mathematics, will be taught at night by
Prof. Floyd, who is assisting Madame
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices In these columna, ten cn-ta per line,
each insertion. Marked
j COl'till SYRUP.
b n n i n Liu u a
The city council meets to-night.
Miss Jennie McKcnzte left for Iowa
Additional local news will be found on
For sale cheap, a desk. Apply tt this
Hon. John H.Obcrly left for Spring
Mrs. Donaldson is in the city visiting
her daughter Mrs. David Thistlewood.
For Sale, phaeton and set of harness;
Apply at tho Bulletin Office.
The county court Judge Yocum pre
sidingis in session,
Mr. C. Kch, after several duvs spent
in St. Louis, is at home again.
"Between the acts'' cigarettes, whole
sale and retail, at F. Koismeyer's.
The little daughter of our fellow citi
zen, Mr. Nick Monce, has If en quite sick
for several davs.
Miss Fannie Hinkle, who ha been ab
sent trom the city for some time, is ay:iin
circulating among her friends here.
A dance was last night given by our
young people at Turner hall in honor of
Miss May Harmon, who is in the city on a
"BrtweerMi.e acts" cigarettes, whole
sale and retail, at F. Korsmeyer's.
Hon. W. A. Spann. of Vienna, v.a in
the city Sunday. He was elected to the
legislature from the Fifty-first di-trict by
The street committee met in the coun
cil chambers yesterday and transacted
such business as was referred to it for con
federation by the council.
Rev. Whitaker and Mr. George S.
Fisher, and probably others, will attend
the temperance convention held at Anna
on the 10th and 11th inst.
The second story of the Union depot
is now up, and gives the beholder some
idea what sort of a looking structure the
depot will be when completed.
Prof. Leon's band favored The Bi l
jK.TtN office with a serenade yesb nitty
afternoon. The band iswe sty it with
out flattery a really excellent one.
Vigorous efforts were yesterday made
to raise Prof. Leon's little steamboat, Rn-
oloh, with good success. She will prob-
bly be O K again and on her wny south
in a few days.
The recent strong wind blew down the
white collar smoke stack on the plaining
mill of Mr. S. Walters, and preparations
were yesterday made, to again pUce it in a
Hancock's majority of the popular vote
ill not be less than 200.000. while Oar-
field will have a majority of the electoral
vote. This is a complexity of the electoral
nystem that ought to be remedied.
-Taber Bros, contemplate opening a
branch store in Maiden, Mo., and with that
object in view, yesterday hhipped a quan
tity of watches, clocks, jewelry, etc., to that
city. Mr. Joseph Bcrnath will havecharge
it the store.
-Rev. B. Y. George delivered his ser
mon in the Delta engine, house Sunday
afternoon at 4 :30 o'clock. It was a highly
interesting sermon, and was duly appreci
ated by the audience, which was both large
Town it nald Karnluker, The Clothier, has the largest stock of Clothing aud
Uento' FurnUlilnir Goods ever brought to the city, which for make, style aud
ftuLsh U unexcelled In tie state. Overcoat! for tueu and boys iu abundance antl
f all kiudx. Jeuns suits In large quantities, made expressly for us.
FARN BAKER, The Clothier.
Although the amusements ire numcr
ous during the present week, none promises
to afford more pleasure to our people than
the Rough and Ready sociable to be given
by the company on Thursday evening,
Everybody is cordially invited.
The old awning that has for so many
years been In nging prectirinusly along the
Washington avenUH side of the old Wilcox's
block, has been torn away and pedes' rinns
whose every day business compells them to
pits thtt way have one danger less to en
counter. Prof. Leon's company showed to a
puor houso last night. The company really
deserved a good house for it proved to bo
in every sense a superlui one. Those who
were present speak of It in the Inghoot
terms. The company is composed of six
Tho Mltmiwo'ppi is on the
rise and uuws from the steamer City of
Greenville, which las been aground for
some weeks about one hundred and twi-o
ty-five miles below here, soys that slio
will soon be afloat again. Capt. Riley,
who is commiiiiding.has hmi quite a siege of
Mr. John Clancy and his little son
Johnnie, who, it will be remembered, wero
rather severely burned by the explosion of
a coal ul lamp a short time iujo, are iioth
rapidly recovering. Little Johnnie, whosy
buck whs quite raw trom his neck down
wards, is getting along nicely, and his
father, who burned his hands in saving him,
will be all right again in a few days.
Mr. E. C. Ford is now prepared, iu his
new quarters on Commercial avenue, be
tween Ninth and Tenth streets, ih Hannon's
old stand, to do some of the finest work in
the wuy of enlarging pictures, both in
India ink und water colors. He has made
special provision for the approaching
hollidays, and will show specimens of his
work to noy one who will take the trouble
to call. His stock of Ironies and brackets
rThe Anti-Cookers, an organization of
recent date, composed of a number of our
best young ladies, met in the Reform hall
last niyht, together with a number of in
vited persons, both young and old, and
spent the evening very pleasantly. Tho
hall was Cited with people. Bright eyes
and srailiny fae were everywhere to lm
seen, and it was the general verdict of those
present that they had never spent an even
ing more pleasantly.
Mr. Jno. Stuart and Mis La Hue, both
af this city, will be married in Vincenneson
Thursday. Mr. Stuart is. und has K:cn for
some tears, connected with the citv national
bunk, and his bride is the daughter of our
worthy officer, La Hue. Both parties are
well known to everybody and will be over
whelmed with congratulations from their
many friends. Mr. Stuart left for Vin
cents this morniug, where the marriage
will be celebrated on Thursday.
The temperance convention of this
congressional district meets ut Anna
on the 10th and 11th of this month, and
wtli probably be attended by the following
active lady workers iu the cause from this
city: Mrs. Wood Rittenhouse, Mrs. G. M.
Alilen, Mrs. P. W. Barclay, Mrs. M. Kast
erday, Mr. B. J. George aud Mrs. Al S1ki,
The convention will, a- before stated, be in
session two days, and will hold three ses
sions per day. The fact that so large a
numler of ladies will attend from here
will speak well for this city.
From returns to the census office the
assessed valuation of the principal towns
and ' cities of Illinois -.funds as follows:
Peoria, $6,;C3,826; Ctiiney, 9,4S7,H97;
Galesl-urg. 5,708,OM: Bloomingtou, fl,
431.1H4; Rwkford, f :J08.47 ; Jackson
ville. 12,000.000: La Salle, $1,544,205;
.Toliet, $2,824,!i IU; Rock Island, 2,f;5,
7S0; Belleville, $l,,V)l,2t'.0; Cairo, $1,210,
325; Decatur, $1,661,206; Freeport, $1,520,
6is8; Moline, $1,420,440; Alton, $1,04.700;
Galena, about $5S,!oO; Springfield, $4,
7.';i,0f0. The real casli value of tin; prop
erty in the ciths named above is probably
twice a- iarge as the figure rfiveti by the
The year 1881 will bo a mathematical
curiosity. From left to right and from
right to left it reads the same; IS divided
by 2 gives ft a quotent; SI divided by 9
gives fi; it divided by ft the quotient con
tains a 8; if multiplied by 0 the product
contains two 9s; 1 and sj are ft; H and 1 are
9. If the 18 be placed under the SI und
added the mhu is 9i. If the figures be
added thus, 1.8, 8, 1, it will tfivc is
Reading from left to right it is IS. and read
ing from right to left it is 18, ami 18 is t wo
ninths of 81. By adding, dividing and
multiplying 19 9s are produced, being one
!) for each year required to complete the
-Several cases were yesterday tried in
Judge Olmsted' court. The first was that
of two negro women named Nancy Dish-
man and Sophia Rted, charged with having
robbed a stranger named S. I. Jackson of
$10 und Mime valuable papers. Jackson,
who is a white man, swore that the women
bad pulled him into their den and robbed
him. He was quite positive they were the
guilty parties, but when he was confronted
w ith two other wenches from the same lo
cality, hr. was puzzled, and said thru one of
the first two brought into court and one of
the second two were the guily parties. He
was evidently too drunk to be ablo to know
who hud really robbed him, nnd hence the
women could not be convicted on his testi-'
mony and wrro discharged. The second
case was that of Willis Parker and Thos.
Fields. They had been found fighting by
Officer Wim and wero fined five dollars
and costs. The third and last ca was
that of W. E. Parks for drunkenness, ar
rested by Officer La Hue. He was fined
one dollar and costs and sent on hi way
We surreuder a considerable portion
of space on tho becoud page this morning
to "opinions of the press" on the result of
the election. All our contemporaries aro
singularly lucid in their explanations; each
one hits the nail on the head, but no two
lilt the same nail. Yet amid the almost
laughable Jumble of contradiction there is
an occasional gleam of threads of gold.
Whether tho clear perception evinced by
many of the Journal will pervade the peo
ple, north and south, we can not predict,
but it Is permissible to hope that it will.
Should it prevail the sectional I1us will bo
moved north of British Ameiica
south ot Cape Horn--
OITY OF CAIRO
.Superior Makes and Styles
LOWE8T POSSIBLE PRICES
Tho Doss Clothing Hon.
OFFICIAL VOTE OF ALEXA, ;. R COUNTY BY PRECINCTS.
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no matter where. Wh are plcasexl
U believe this riew U the flow of nine
tenths of the people north snd outh, and
that it M ill in due time manifest ielf in
such wv as to preclude the pos-ibility of
another campidgn wherein th- two parties
front each other on that miserable delusion,
513'dii and Dixon's Hue. No mr" shouM
the country b? divM-d by a line running
north and -.uth, sipufiting the cast from
tiie wet. The people are nt fitted to
dwell totthir on ?uch t-'rmt. No rs'op'.p
can get along C Jtutortably un-ler s-uch con
ditions. The slut' s r.f the union should be
".digued"' lik1 tin- spots 03 a checker
boardthat 11J. not aligned at all. There
has been altogether too much aiigntnent
iKiring the pa-t th'ity vesrs. If this lt
election slnll fjifove the signal for the com
plete and peitiimi .'nt dilution of the old
party line it will prove a ble-win instead
of a disaster.
KICK KB TO DRATH.
A little niter H o'clock last night Mr.
John O'Donnel canw to his death by Ix ing
kicked in the side by one of his horses.
He had ju -t returned home from his day's
laljoi. and jumped from his wagon with tho
intention of unhitching the horse and,
probably touching one of the) animals in so
doing, it kicked hiui. ith the almve re
suit. His wife, assisted by the tieighbots,
iuiiii''d'i!itely rirried him into the house,
and did evi rj thing lovsiMe for him, but
in twenty minutes he wnsdond.
Mr. O'Donnell had been u resident of this
city lor about six teen years, and was widely
and favorably knowu. Being temperate,
frugal and Industrious, he enjoyed the good
will aud esteem of all, He. was a good
neighbor, a devoted hushurid, and leaves a
wife, a four-year-old child and several
brothers to mourn his untimely tiking off.
He was forty-six years of nge.
For many years ho was in the employ of
Halllday Bros,, as teamster, but tit1" sjneo
then been his own master.
The funeral will leavo at 13:.')0 o'clock
forSt. Joseph's church, and the train which
will convey the remains to Villa Ridge, will
leave tho foot of Fourteenth street at 9
u'elock p.m. to-day. The friends of tho
family are Invited to attend.
The California Crayon Comedy Com
pany, as before, announced, will produce
this charming play, Miriam's Crime, at the
Athcneum Thursday uieht of this week,
November 11, and will, wc have reason to
believe, do so to a larjc and fashionable
audience. This company has met with
tintvounded sur cm so far, and their audi
ences have invariably been well pleased.
We understand that the fine company, the
beautiful play, the gorgeous wardrobe,
cheerful and effective sennerj and me
chanical effects all combine to make the
npjK-nrance of this organization in any city
an event to please the piople and to le
long ronioinbered by them. They win the
hearts ot tho people wherever they go, and
they have never appeared in any city with
out leaving behind them an impression
which would cause their return at any
time to be more profitable to them, if possi
ble, than upon the occasion of their first ap
aner. The play of "Miriam's Crime" Is
strictly moral, and is well suited to the
most tefined tastes. Mr. F. Weber Beuton,
the busiuesa agent, who is well known in
Cairo, and whose word is accepted by all
who know him, stands as a guarantee for
I he merit aud excellence ot the C. C. C. C.
The prices of admission for this occasion,
for several reasons, have been reduced, Lut
tho public should not infer from this that
the organization is uny the less meritorions,
The general admission is placed at 50
cents, and reserved seats at 75 cents, while
children will be welcomed at 25 ceuts. Re
served scats can now be had at Mr. Dan
To tub humble and credulous as well ss
to the rich and skeptical, Dr. Bull's Cough
Syrup is a truu and wolcomo friend. Price
OuniA M. Hodok, of Battle Creek, Mich.,
writes May 18, 187: "I upset a teakettle
nf boillni: hot water on my hsnd, Inflicting
a very severe scald. I applied Dr. Thomas'
EclectricOil, and take great pleasure in
announcing to you that tho effect was to
allay pain and prevent blistering. I whs ,
cured la three dsyi. W price it very
hlgbly as a family ndkine." Sold by
Paal Q. Schua.