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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MOKNINQ NOVEMBER 14, 1880.
THE DAILY bulletin.
(orriwiKi) at tub riT off ic in caiko, rv
I.INOIA, Ail fcUOONU-CLASS W ATI Kit.
OK CITV AND COUNTY.
TAKER IiliO'S Manufacturing Jewelers,
No. 13 Conv.nercial live., Cairo. 111.
LOCAL WEATI1KII RKPOKT.
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Wind. Vl WPtthur.
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SPnAlbaui LOCAL ITEMS.
lire a culu'iin, lic oeut : M.-. e. ivt.ii
1. 1 .
I ..lake a Jiolo of il
Thu kJ t assorted stock of Cowiiiag and
Heating Stove, Tinware, Itur lwaro, Hol
low wiire, Cuttcry, etc., ctfcan Ik; found
at A. Halley's, 115 Coinm rml'avciiuc.
Tun "Champion Monitor" Ls the best
cook Vote in tho market lor eitl.t r wood or
coal. Cun bo bad only at A. Haliey's, 115
Thcwe wishing to make an acceptable
present for ChristmoH would do well to
give in their orders as soon as possi bio so
i all Ctio bi accocaiuol&ted.
Forty Westminster base-buruer.s in use
in the city and all give perleot s:.f isfaction.
Sold only by A. Halley, 115 Cmmereial
I V. Koehler.
For the finest roasts, tho jucieat steaks,
the tendrrcst chops, the moht dehcioua
cutlets, ti.e beit sausages, you must go to
Fred Koehler's painj)lo room on Eighth
etreet.whert tho very cream of the market is
always to be found.
A pkrkw:t Smoke IJurncr forsteain loil
ere. Borden, Selleek & Co., St. Louie,
New Billiard Salooa.
Mr. Joseph Sttmgata has taken pot.'iou
of the building formerly occupied by Mr.
Dan'l Hartman, on the corner of Sixth
tttrset and Commercial avenue, and has
established therein a billiard saloon and
restaurant. Ho has repaired the building
internally, making changes in the arrange
ment to accommodate his views and furn
ished it.with every comfort that could bo
wishod for in a tlrst-class establishment,
be has apaired no pains to make his place
bo ol tho most attractive resorts in the city,
-Ud invites all to come and see him.
Bucklen's Arnica Salvo.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, nlsers, salt rheum, fever sores,
tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and
all kinds of skin eruptions. This salve is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in
every case or money refunded. Price, ?5
cuatii per box. For sale by Geo. K. O'IIaka
Tvwu It U bald Karabaker, The Clothier, has the largcxt stock of Clothing and
Ufiitn' Furnisliijjff Goods ver brought to the city, which for mako, ntyle aud
Auliih Is uncxM'Ued iu the ntate, OrVrcoat lor meu and boys iu abunduuc nnd
iA all kinds, .leans suits in large yaantitie., made expressly for us.
FARN BAKER, Tho Clothier.
House and lot on Crss street, near tho
nigh school, nonseis two Btory.hasO rooms
and 1ih.11 and id in good condition Desiro
able neighborhood. Price $750.
M. J. Howtev, Real Estate Agent.
Fivo Iota on on Levee street, above Heed's
foundry. Will lo sold cheap. Title per
fect. M. J. IIowlkv, Real Estate Agent.
Sure euro for rheumatism, neuralgia, dys
pepsia and all derangements of the system.
Both rooms, 1 S!8 Commercial avenue, over
Tuber's jewelry store. Terms: Single baths,
f t.uo; six oains, $;mh. iryuieiu.
W. II. Mahean,
FrashMobilo oysters will be kept in
bulk throutth tho season, constant I v in
stock, and our numerous customers will be
supplied in quantities to suit, by the dozen,
hundred or thousand. Also fresh Baltimore
oysters in cans, best quality and all grades
at close figures. Scud your orders to tho
Oyster and Fish Depot, 'Ohio levee, corner
Kiirhth street. Rojsr.nTllr.w'KTT. Agent.
AT A r.KK.VT SACKlt'lCl:.
On account of sickness of myself and in
my fuinily, I am compelled to o-osk my
mjHiMvss, and therefore will sell my entire
stock of friNF. milmn'Rhy oooi)s at a great
sacriflco, commencing to-day.
I havo tho fiuet,t and largest as well as
Hie best hki.kcti; stock of goods in tho
city and all must be solo.
JIl',8. C. M( IiANK.
Fou Rent Furnished room, with or
without board. Second door west of Wash
ington, on Seventh street.
Mus. 15. K. Al.DES.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices in Ihrw colmrii.il, li-n cniH ler line.
edi lnsrrtion. Mrkprt
-Win, McOee arrived in town ye.-ler-day.
Oysters in every sty le at Phil H. Saup's
Our churches will aU be found open
lor worship at the usual hours to-day.
The rumor is again afloat that the Gus
Fowler will socn have opposition in the
Cain and Fadueah trsde.
Fresh oysters at At. T. OoIkmnV ,6
Jim Orauge did good work on the
street crossings yesterday.
Chief Robiuson went to Hauville lust
night, whoro ho will attend a meeting of
tho grand lodge of Odd Fellows.
Try the fine fried oysters at Phil H.
Hnnn'a rnuf nnraitl
Anyone having lost a c
pin may have the same returned y. calling
on Chief of police Robinson anJf describing
Fon Sale, piiai-ton and set of harness;
Apply at the Bulletin Office.
Mr. Hugh Barton is no longer con
nected with tho Comique. Mr. Lew Robin
son now occupies his place as manager.
"Between the acts" cigarettes, whole
sale and retail, at F. Koismeycr'a.
The pork packing season being here,
Messrs. Hinklc, Moore & Hinkle will com
mence packing to-morrow.
Officer Lallue has returned from Vin-
cenues, where he went to attend the wed
ding of Mr. Stuart and bis daughter.
Fresh oysters at A. T. DeBaun's, 50
Col. McKeaig is improving tho appear
ance of his residence iu various ways.
It is reported that the steamer Cham
pion has been libeled for $1,500 and laid
up neir Memphis for running into a tow
boat. Extensive preparations are being made
by the young men of Villa Ridgo to give a
dauclug party Tuesday evening, November
Fresh oysters at A. T. DtBaun's. (J
Ohio Levee. i . ,.
Of lato quite all of oor' country ex
changes inform their readers that a Chinese
cheap barber shop has been opened in Cairo.
Verily, tho old seylng that "one must go
nbroad to hear tho news" is true.
The young ladies of Fadueah, follow
ing tho example of the young ladies of this
city, are about to organise a cooking club
"Between the acts" cigarettes, whole
sale and retail, at F. Korsmeycr's.
Mr. Thog.lliggius, the plasterer, has
been down .jrith consumption for somo
months and Caa reported very low vestcr
The finest and fattest oysters of the
season, stewed, fried, broiled or raw, at
Phil Saup's restaurant.
The Gus Fowler is at ureseut doing a
largo business, which prevents her from ar
riving here at the usual time. She touched
our wharf at four o'clock yesterday after
John A. Logan has conciliated every
body. The men he kicked out of the
Springfield convention are now parting
their coat-tails again with an "at you ser
Sara Bernhardt is acting on the New
York statre in French, nnd the critics who
can't understand a word of it areenthusins
tic over her "masterly conception of tho
spirit ol the piece."
Dr. Frank II. Parker, of Pomcroy,
Ohio, brother of the Drs. Parker of this city,
who lately spent a few days here orr a visit,
has located in Mound City with the object
of practicing his profession.
Phil Sanp has added an oyster restau
rant for ladies and gentlemen to his con
fectionery store, where oysters will be served
in every style iu first-class shape.
Dr. Frank Ivlein now operates u steam
sausage factory on the corner of Twelfth and
Cedar streets- horse power having become
too slow to supply the demands of the
Fine, young venison can be obtained ut
F. Kochler's shop, on the corner of Nine
teenth and Poplar, this morning; also at the
corner ot Eighth and Washington avenue.
Don't forget it.
The show boat, which brought down
Prof. Leon's troupe and which has been
sunk twice since its arrival at this port,
was yesterday placed on lfalliday Rros'
dock and will at once receive the neces
It seems to be generally conceded that
Ben. Harrison will be thoscnasthe republi
can senator from Indiana to succeed McDon
ald. Theonly thing that sesri Bon. is to
shake an old pair of blue jean breeches at
We regit'! ti) hear that Mr. II. A. llan
non is alllicted with a serious attack of in
flammatory rheumatism in his limbs. Mr.
Chas. Wilson yesterday made a pair of
crutches for him w ith which he hopes to be
able to get about.
The funeral of Mr. Henry Devlin took
place yesterday forenoon- the remains
being conveyed to Villa Ridge for in
terment. He was a man who was well
known to almost every person iu Cairo.
His funeral was well attended.
Cheer up, democrats of Cairo, and
look pleasant. The republicans have it all
their own way it's true. But there's the
rub. When the row begins, we pick our
crowd and take a hand. Meanwhile, hav
ing none of tho cares and responsibilities
of government, we can afford to pirk our
teeth and bide our time.
The Omaha Boo contains fur more
western news than any other paper on onr
exchange list. The cflort of the proprie
tor to draw immigration to that fertile
region by circulating sample copies of their
weekly among eastern farmers, is com
mendable. "The Rue" is mailed tree to
any applicant who forwards his address to
"Tho Daily Bee, " Omaha, Nebimka.
The relations of men, and of business,
is constantly changing. Particular and
isolated instances of such changes are not ol
much moment, yet the first notice oi them
given to the general public is almost in
variably found in the advertisement col
umnsof the home paper, and in their great
aggregato they tell us a true story of the
fortunes and misfortunes of the people in
in all spheres of lif:, .
A fight, came very near taking place
up town between two of our citizens yester
day afternoon. As it was however the
good sence of one of the portieH induced
him to hold on his hat with one hand and
his coat tail down with the other hand ns
he sailed away from his would-bo on tog-
onist asiighlly as doth the swallow skim
along tho smooth lake'n level brim. Ho
was sensible and may console himself with
the thought that "he who don't light, but
runs away, may live to fight some other
We are not iu the habit of Hurting
fault with persons or things, but have often1
thought that some ono should speak to our
colored people like a father "coolly, calm
ly and collectedly,'1 as did the Irishman to
Nan and inform them that they have ac
quired tho very irritating habit of standing
in front of their churches for hours nnd
blockading the sidewalks to the great an
noyance and discomfort of pedestrians.
They seem to visit their churches with thu
firm intention ot not entering, and their
ministers knowing this, muku desperate at
tempts to reach tho pars of the sinners out
side by speaking la a tone of voice not
calculated, to impress ono with
tho mildness ot "the word," or tho mock-
nessof the mnu of Cud. Some uf our
ladles, who are compelled to pnu thr.se
churches on Sundays, would sooner walk
through a mud-puddle than erowd them
selves through a lot of boisterous colored
men and women, whose coarse jokes aud
insulting Insinuations, arc anything but
agreeable. If nothing else, we hope tho
cold weather will, at least during the win
ter months, pnt a stop to the practice ot
loitering about the churches.
Agnes Shey, a little old white lady
with a pinched up face, was brought betoro
Judge Olmstod on a charge of vagrancy
yesterday. A fine of fifty dollars was im
posed, but lacking this modest sum she
wan given twenty-four hours in which to
loavr the town. Besides this but ono other
ease was tried. It was tint of Chas. Holly,
charged with disorderly conduct. He paid
his line, which was five dollars nnd costs,
and went his way.
Mr JjIiii Stuurt and Miss Mary C. La
Hue, daughter of our worthy Officer La
Hue, were uuited in marriage at Vincennes
at 9 o'clock a. ,m., on Thursday last, in St.
Francis Xavier's cathedral not less than
400 people witnessing the ceremony. Mr,
stuart is one ot the most wortiiy ot our
young men, ol steam ami industrious
habits, and highly respected by quite all
who know him. His worthy helpmate is
one of Cairo's most accomplished daugh
ters, who is well known and beloved by all
of Cairo's people, as well as those of Vin
cennes. I he couple have our hearty L'oort
wishes for their futore.
-T-A very uir audience mlcneu to me
i .. , .
errhon of Rev. Kone in the Reform hull
last night. Tho reverend uontleman sisike
loqu'-ntly and to the point as he always
does and held the closest attention of his
iiidience from begmnning to end. He, assist
1 by Rev. J. A. Hess, will conduct servi
ces in the hall at eleven o'clock this morn
ing and at half past seven this evening. The
meetings will be held at same place, euch
night during the week, and a full attend
ance of our people is desired. All who at
tend, cannot be otherwise tlun profited,
both in the benefit to thmiselves, us well
as in the consciousness of aiding a good
The two-headed-boy-show, which lis
been holding forth on Eichth street lor
several days, collapsed hi9t night nfter thu
performance. Tliecatisoof it was that the
manager for home reason failed to pay the
members of the company their dues, and
they sought to compel him to disgorge
some ot the income by taking out attach
moots upon the curiosities and outfit of the
show. One took the educated goat to his
hotel and locked it up in his room, and the
last we heard of the manager was that he
was in search of the proper officers to re
plevin the property. The manager seems to
be overwhelmed with inisfortnries durin
his stay here.
A few days ago we mentioned the fact
that the state debt, of Illinois had very
nearly been wiped out, and since then we
have been told by several republicans that
their party should have the credit for this
state of affairs. This is a mistake, and for
the benefit of those who may look at the
matter through the same spectacles, we will
recall to their minds the fact that the lost
administration has been the most expensive
in the history of the state, nnd that the
credit of wiping out the stae debt is due
to Stephen A. Douglas, the greatest demo-
crat the state ever produced. Douglas'
wise provision in the charter of the Illinois
Central railroad is what has placed the
state out of debt, and republicans deserve
no more credit for it than the devil does
for the writing of the ten commandments.
As tho holidays draw nigh, keeping
pacewitli the steady advancement of .cold,
dreary, dreaded winter, it becomes the
duty of our Christian men and women to
look about them and see if there is any one
in this littje city suffering for the honest
necessitiesof life, who cannot be reached
by "Sibbath school festivals
and Christinas trees. We know
that in Cairo there are some such,
and it behooves our good people, who have
been blessed with plenty, to seek such ones
relief. Do not let the unfortunate suffer
for want of being hunted up, but com
mence early to look up the needy and
see that they Are needy no more. A glance
at,1 Interior of the wretched hovel will
uttyie suggest to tho philanthropist of
average intelligence whether tho inhabi
tants thereof compose tho class of "worthy
poor" or the lazy, idle and shiftless. The
home of the worthy ones will ever bo found
clean, neat and as well ai ranged as is possi
ble under tho circumstances, whilst tho
homo of those who le!ong to tho army of
worthless and shiftless will be found in a
careless, unkempt condition. Look upon
phuses of poverty and the class worthy uf
Christian uid and succor will at onco tug
gest itself. Asthollcak nnd cold winter
advances, let tho good pcoplo of Caiio
organize for the purpose of making these
visits, and then we will know who to aid,
and after seeing tho life of the uiifortuu
natu uh It really Is, that is "l'uce to face,"
we will be better qualified and fitted to
take steps for its alleviation, ever remem
bering that Qod's worthy poor can bo bet
tor aided by The material things of this life,
given by a few wurm hearted people, tlinti
by tho prayers and tears of many. "Think
of these things," and as thu chilly winds of
winter cause you to assemble around your
bright firesides, which urrgcst thu
happy days ot feasting and glviug of pres
ents, aim to mnko your own blossiugs and
comforts all the nioro blessed, comfortable,
nJ enjoyable by t!iu feeling and r'ailzatimi
(' LOT If I
61 Ohio Levee.
that you have made some poor, forlorn and
BUh.-ring creature happy by dividing with
such the good things of life voucbsnfe1 you
Our rearders will bo plewed to karn
that during tho present amusement seaaon
they will be afforded an opportunity to
witness a really fir.it-c!ss homo entertain
ment. A number of our most talented
citizens have associated thomselvcs togeth
erand will give a cinHtrel performance ir
the Ath-neum on Monday, November 89th
Every preparation has already been mac?
unu a'. veim reutrrhiis i.bvo uecii ueil u zrii'
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the pa.it week in S heel's hall.
are not in possession ot tne t
particulars, but have Icarue.i'
that Messrs. John Clancy, Pat Fitrgtrald
and John Sproat will grco the niiddlo of
the circle and ilessrs. Jobultavo and Jack
Lally will occupy seats at the endj. This
is certainly a commendable undertaking of
these gentlemen and we are pleased to
hear that Mr. Unrtmtn Lsi placed the
atheneani at their dispo?sl free of charge.
The troupe is under the tutorship of Capt.
Uambleton, from whom we learn that after
the Grst performances in this city the troupe
will visit Puducith and other neighboring
cities Cunt. Jus. Johnson acting as ad-
vauce agent. It is the intention of all con
cerned that the audience shall be strictly
select and in order that this may le so,
only those holding invitatlous will be ad
mitt'jd. The programme will appear in due
time. P. 8. The foregoing remarks are liter
ally true and will bo sent, carefully stuffed,
to any musoura iu the country on ruce-ipt
ot the postage.
-Yesterday forenoon a rather seedy
looking individual entered Tns Bczxbti
counting room with paper and pencil in
hand, and pretended to be both deit and
dumb. The paper stated that he wss ill
and peunileis and desired to go to his
friends in Louisville and aaked for a small
donation to assist him in reaching that
city. Smelling whisky on his breath, we
refused to assist him, aud he left the office
apparently greatly disgusted. He had not
been absent five miuutes, wben in looking
over our exchanges, wo found in the Pa
ducuh Euterpriso an article hesded
"Denf and dumb. How a sbsrp
dead-best imposed on the people
by feigning to lie deaf and dumb,
and orders a dozen stewed oysters In fault
less queen's Engliih." After giving an ex
act discriptiou of the tellow and mention
ing the success with which he met in
Paducah the Enterprise says: ''Night be
fore last this gigantic fraud, this suberb
beat, entered a restaurant of Andy Weil,
Jr., & Co., mid seated himself at one
of the tables. Mr. Krugcr, the gen
tleman in charge of the dining room,
asked if he desired oysters, and in
good, broad English the fellow answered
"yes." "Stewed -r fried!" queried Mr.
Krugcr1 "A dozen stewed" answered tho
"deaf and dumb" man, and in short order
tho fellow was supplied." Upon learning
these facts our officers were notified of his
presence in this city and after alwut half
au hour's search he was found aud request
ed to inuko himself scarce as soon as
possible which order ho promptly obeyed.
As Tin; Bcli.rtin hits already an
nounced, Thauksgiving day comes on
Thursday, November 33th. It is a peculiar
ly American festival. The colonists brought
over to this country with them a number of
English, Dutch and French holidays and
festivals Christmas, New Years, Hollow
eve, Knster day, May day, vnious saint's
dayand All continue to h we. more or K-ss,
observance In different parts of the coun
try. These we have inherited from the
"old country," but Tlnnlutomg day is
our own. It is purely American. It
dates from tho enrly settlement of New
Knglsnd. It had tis origin in times of
hardship and suffering and amongst pcoplo
who, under all clrcuinstaoces,cven the most
unpropitious, were taught to tiuu oiiieih!ng
still in their livvs fur whkh to thunk
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