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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN:
MORNING, NOVEMBER 2S,' 1880.
JJAVING returned from the East with my
SECOND INVOICE OF GOODS
This softson. I am now better than ever prepared to supply
ft the wants of every Douy m neeu oi
TCI on nolo nimiVAts TTndftnvear. Hosiery and
X lllll.ll.WIJj uiiiiwi.v vj 7 i
At LOWER PRICES than the same goods can be bought
for elsewhere. Our stock of
'Comprises all the Novelties of the season in Domestic
v well as Imported Fabrics.
Particular attention is called to our
In this Department can now be found the Latest Styles
Dolmans, Cloaks, Ulsters and Circulars,
At prices to suit everybody. I will offer
In Ladies'. Misses' and Children's Underwear for the next
j In addition to the above I would also mention my stock of
j LINEN GOODS
! Such as Table Linens, Towels, Napkins, to be sold at lower
I prices than any other Dry Goods House in Southern Illinois
' will offer them.
I I respectfully invite all purchasers to examine my goods
! and prices before purchasing.
I 1 J. BURGER.
j No. 124 Commercial avenue.
THE DAILY BULLETIN
BMTRBRO AT TUB POBT OFFICE IN CAIRO, IL
LINOIS, AB BKCOND-CLA88 MATTER.
OFFICIAL PAPBK OF CITY AND COUNTY
Oily Morning Daily In Sonthern Illinoia
1 TABES BRO'9 Manufacturing Jewelers,
No. 123 Commercial are., Cairo, 111.
LOCAL WEATUKR It li PORT,
Swhai Owmi. I
Cairo, HI., Nut. 7, IHHO. f
Tlpe. Bar. Thor. Ilnm. Wind. Vel Weather.
Maxliunm Temperature. 370; Minimum Tern
erature 27 0 j Katnfull '-00 Inches.
KiTer,7feet. Fill, I foot.
- W. H. HAT,
Sara't Signal Coroa. U. b. A.
I SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
I "Sotiroa in thin column, five canu per line, each
, For Sale.
House and lot on Cross street, near the
t High school. House is two-story.has G rooms
una hall and is in good condition Desire-
I able neighborhood. Price $750.
M. J. IIowlky, Real Kstatc Agent.
1 , A pmifhct Smoke Burner for steam boil-
ers. Borden, Sclleck & Co.,. St. Louis,
Bucklen's Arnica Salve,
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulsers, salt rheum, lever sores,
tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and
all kinds of skin eruptions. This salve is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in
very case or money refunded. Price, 23
cents per box. For sale by Gko. E. O'Haka
V Electro- Vapor Batlm.
. Sure cure for rheumatism, neuralgia, dys
pepsin and all derangements of the system.
Both rooms, 12H Commercial avenue, over
-Tiber's jewelry storo. Terms: Single baths,
1.09; six baths, 3.00. Try them.
, W. II, Maubam,
; , . , Hotmrpathlc Physician.
' Oysters! Oysters!
V'. t'reth Mobilo oystm will be kept in
, bulk through the ajason, constantly in
' sUk Ic, and our numerous customers will be
; supplied in quantitie to suit, by the dozen,
hundred or thousand. Also fresh Baltimore
oysters in cans, best quality and nil , crades
'. 'tt close fipures. Send your orders to the
'Oyster and Fish Depot, 0'iio levee, coiner
"htb street. RoiiitnT Ubwktt, Agent.
New Billiard Saloon.
Mr. Joseph Steagala has taken possession
oftha building formerly occupied by Mr.
Dan'l Hartman, on the corner of Sixth
sti-.'et and Commercial avenue, aud has
established therein a billiard saloon and
restaurant. Ho lias repaired the building
internally, making changes la the arrange
ment to accommodate his views and furn
ished it with every comfort that could bo
wished for in a first-class establishment,
ho has spaircd no pains to make his place
one ot tho most attractive resorts in the city,
and invites all to come and see him.
Attraction and Great Bar
trains in Holiday Goods, Toys, Etc., at
Ntuart's Popular and Reliable Dry
Wo were tho only buyer from Sqjitluffn
Illinois at tho great auction sale ot ious,
riiicnrrn iat week, boinff the entire stock
VIMVHK-' - , 0 - V
of a bankrupt importor. Wo shall plice
this stock on salo during tho coming wewt,
and have made arrangements for extra ncr
for the occasion. We extend a cordial in
vitation to all to come and inspect our
stock. We will endeavor to uiako your
visit both pleasant aud profitable. We urgo
our frienda to conic carlv and avoid tho
holiday week rush. Stuart.
Denmark and the Garland.
The "Garland" base-burner's for beauty
and utility combined are unsurpassed by
any base-burner stove ever put upon the
market. Tho "Denmark Retort Stove" is
the best ever tried for heating offices, stores
or largo rooms. One in use at Henderson b
store for exhibition. The above-mentioned
stoves aro for sale only by C. W. I lender-
- . , ny i Pa i.
son, Commercial avenue, corner iweiuu
street, where also will bo found a large
supply ot skates, nil patterns, cook stoves,
hollow-ware, hardware, nails, etc., etc. .
The officers and members of tho above
society are hereby requested to attend their
recular meetinc in their hall, on Wednes
day, December 1st, leoO. tor tne purpose oi
electing their othcers lor tno ensuing year.
By order of the president.
Caiiio, Nov. 22, 1880. , .. , .
The charm, pendent to my watch chain,
became detached from the swing and lost
on the street. A liberal reward will he
paid for its return to me, at the St. James
hotel. Fiiank Uazzola.
Members of the J.F.F. C.C:
You are requested to attend a special
meeting of the club, Tuesday evening, No
vember 80, at tho residence of Miss Musa
Kuo. F.. Elms,
Five lots on on Levee street, nbovo Reed's
foundry. Wi 11 be sold cheap. Title per
fect. M. J. Howlky, Real Estate Agent.
Mr. Fred Koekler's Butcher Shops.
Mr. Fred Koehler's two butcher shops,
the one up town and the other down town,
on Eighth street, aro both constantly stock
ed with tho choicest fresh meats and sau
sages oi every description, ue nas suc
ceeded by fair dealing and excellent goods
in establishing for himselt and enviable
reputation and a good trade. His places of
buHiness will be open until ten o'clock a. m.
and from three until nine o clock p. m.
Forty Westminster base-burners in uso
in the city and all give perfect satisfaction.
Sold only by A. Halley, 115 Commercial
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices in thft colnmus, ten crmtt per line.
ftfcrli fiMfrrJnii. Miirltftri
Tho Monarch Bound Bosom Shirt is tho
best unluundried shirt in the market, at W,
E. Gholson s.
"V A twelve-pound boy it tho latest at
traction at the residence of Mr. E.
AT A GREAT SACRIFICE.
On account of sickness of myself and in
my family, I am compelled to ciX)SK my
BU8INKH8, and therefore will sell my entire
stock of fine MiLUNEKY ooous at a great
sacrifice, commencing to-day.
I have tho finest and largest as well as
tho best selected STOCK of goods in tho
city and all must be sold.
Mas. C. McLane.
Tho "Champion Monitor" is tho best
oook store in tho market for cither wood or
coal. Can bo had. only at A. llalley's, 115
WINTKIl's OLD RELIABLE OYSTER DEl'OT.
The undersigned would respectfully in
form tho citizens of Cairo that wo aro now
receiving daily, and tho only parties in
Cairo, direct from Baltimore lresh oysters by
tho can aud from tho quautity wo aro re
ceiving and selling daily wo are enabled to
sell them for ten and twenty cents per can
less than any other housu in tho city.
Choice Standard, full cans, 40 cents;
choice Selects, full cans, 50 cents. For salo
at Winters grocery, on Eighth
street, and at tho Hotel Do Winters.
Parties can always rely upon getting them.
-4 II. Winter & Co.
Bibs, Back Bones, Etc.
In quantities to supply tho whole citv
and country aro now for salo at tho packing
Housu ui musa', juuuro iv iiuiKio, on VOin
mcrcial avenuo low figures; also leaf and
fresh rendered lard, salt meats, etc., at
lowest market price.
Make a Note of it.
The best assorted stock of Cooking and
Heating Stoves, Tinware, HarJwaro, Hol
low ware, Cultcry, etc., etc., can bo found
at A. Halley 's, 113 Commercial avenuo.
wm iw w i
Toys, Jap. Goods, etc., which took pluf o In Dewey. Ho began his career on Tanksgtv
Pile driving for the incline of the
Mobilo and Ohio railroad was yesterday
"Commenced on thfl opposite shore. Tho
work is being done by a steam hammer.
W. E. Gholson keeps the best custom.
made Shoes for Ladies, Misses and Chil
dronin tho city.
Tho ladies of tho Presbyterian society
realized the handsome sum of forty-three
dollars as tho net proceeds' from tho music
al entertainment they gave on Thanksgiving
Mr. Nick. Beaver,, the mate of the
Mississippi Valley Transportation company
at this point, ieft Cairo for St. Louis yester
day with the avowed intention ot returning
a married man.
For Ladies', Misse' aud Children's
custom made Shoes, go to W. E. Gholson s
Ho keeps the best assortment and makes
the lowest prices.
A new tobacco warehouse has been es
tablished in Paducah, which will be opera
ted by Messrs. .Tas. M. Buckner, of Padu
cah, and W. N. Brann, of Weakley county
As announced in a former issue he
would, the Rev. F. A. Frid ley, president of
DePaw college. New Albany, Ird., will oc
cupy the pulpit of the Methodist church
We will otter for the holiday trade 500
dozen silk, linen and lancy handkerchiefs,
being the entire stock of Mills & Gibbs
and E. A. JafTrays, Chicago agency. It
will pay to trade with us. Stuart.
Gilbert Campbell, the negro boy who
a few days ago lell from Mr. Robt. Smith's
mare and sustained what where thought to
be serious internal injuries, was out in the
streets again yesterday, as full of deviltay
Mr.. Chas. Stuart, the Eighth street
dry good man, returned from Chicago
day or two ago. An immense stock of
noveltk'S and holiday poods, which he
purchased' during his absence, will arrive
-Mr. B. McMannus left the city for
Chicago yesterday, where he went to pur
chase tho second supply of dry good, cloth
ing, boots and shoes, etc. His house is one
of the foremost in the city and does a large
-The Youth's Temperance army will
meet in Reform hall at two o'clock p, m
hercatter. Subject of session for to-day
(29th) parental teaching. Mrs. Harris,
state organizer of the W. C. T. U., will ad
dress tho army.
We will offer on Monday morning
1,000 dozen hosiery, gloves and underwear
at prices fully 20 per cent less than open
ing prices ; also 50 pieces flannels and wa
terproofs at prices worthy of your atten
Preparations are already in progress
for the ball to be given in honor of the of
ficers' elect of the Hibernian fire company,
The event takes place on Wednesday next,
and promises to be all that the heart of
man can desire.
A sidewalk is soon to be built
on Twelfth street, from The Bul
letin office to Walnut street. The lumber
for the walk has already been delivered,
and the work will commence as soon as the
weather will permit.
The Rt. Rev. Bishop Seymour will hold
an ordination in the Church of the Re
deemer at 10:30 o'clock to-day, when the
Rev. J. C. A. Comb will be advanced to the
Holy Order of Priests. The ceremony will
doubtless be very impressive.
Mr. Chas. Saup has returned to Cairo,
and will probably remain here. During
his absence his life has been despaired of,
but he is now considerably improved in
health, although still quite feeble. His
friends here will be pleased to hear of his
With a sublime disregard for tho an
nouncement of The Bulletin, the family
of Mr. Oberly did not arrive in this city
on the day they were expected, and now
wo will not pretend to say when they will
come. This announcement is made for the
benefit of the family's numerous friends.
The ice on the lakes back of the Mis
sissippi levco has been in splendid con
dition for skating for several days, and a
large number of boys have been enjoying
the pleasures of skimming over the icy sur
face. It is over eight inches in thick
ness, and hence no one need be afraid to
venture on it.
It is a wastoof time and ink to call at
' tention to the "ad" of J. Burger this morn-ing-It
could not be missed and speaks
for itself. It tells tho public that Burger
is tho livliest of live dry goods merchants,
and carries an itnmcnso stock of fresh, new
goods that should bo' seen and inspected
before purchases are made.
When tho Rev. Moody was a boy, ho
was bad, but his teacher, instead of larrup
ing him, wept, aud she said : "If you love
me, you will obey mo." After thaf, Moody
was always good. It appears frcm this
that a weeping schootma'aui is all that is
necessary in a bard school. Tho story will
go very well with the one Bob Ingersoll
tells about leaving all bis money where his
children can get it.
Read notice of watch chain charm lost
All wool red Flannel at 20 cents per
ard, at W. E. Gholson's.
-Fresh oysters at A. T. DeB.iun's 56
-The colored brethren will be on hand
when the Illinois legislature meets, asking
for a fair 6harc of the spoils.
"Between tho acts" cigarettes, whole
sale and retail, at F. Koismeyer's.
Read what C. W. Henderson has to say
about stoves, etc. We guarantee he tells
the truth about them.
Twelve yards of good Cotton Flannel
for $1.00, at W.E. Gholson's. "
Tho Ohio river is closed both above
and below Wheeling, while on tho upper
Mississippi, above this city, it is thought
navigation is closed for tho season.
Fresh oysters at A. T. DeBaun's, 56
Tho regular services will be conducted
in tho Presbyterian church to-day, by Rev.
Mme. Dcmorcst's patterns for winter
just received at W. E. Gholson's.
Wo understand that Dan Hartman has
laid in a stock of holiday toys and novelties
that schedule up in tho thousands.
Tho members of the Cooking Club
should take notice of a special meeting
called for Tuesday evening. See advertise
Our Indiana exchanges como to us in
deep mourning with their column-rules
turned upside dow in honor of Ex-Governor
Fresh oysters a A. T. DeBaun's, JB6
The country has had twclvo years of
Methodism in tho whito house, and inow
comes the exact opposite, a Campbellitc,
etc. Wo aro a people of extremes.
All wool Cashmers. yard wide in oil
colors, at 50 cents per yard, at W. E. Ghol
"Betwoen tho acts" cigarettes, whole
sale and retail, at F. Korsmeyer's.
Mr. Richard Murphy, a plasterer by
trade ond ono of thy residents of Cairo,
is very dangenKii'iil with pneumonia.
Ho was not expected to live last night.
Rev.E. Knnppe will officiate at tho
German Lutheran church this forenoon and
nl'te'rnoon. Services in the forcwipu nt ten
o'clock and Sunday school in the afternoon.
Capt. Sam'l Thomas, of tho steamer
Bigh-y, left lor St. Louis with his crew,
yesterday, whero ho will remain until tho
stagu and condition of tho Mis6isslppi will
permit of his craft following him.
To commence tho Season's
NO TOM F00L'Sfi
T . ,."V'. 1-jf :-:
SPECIAL NOTICE to tfccj
Wo oiler inducements that shall
.. BOYS' AIM
UL ST IilES and
This Full and Winter bliapes
Also a big stock of
Underwear anil J
-I. HA JllOllllJia I
They will move rapidly at my pj
A.. M A. II
gSpMGl Ohio levee,
The happiest Thanksgiving celebration
in the country was that of the six Metho
dist churches in Detroit, which celebrated
tho discharge of their indebtedness of
A slight accident befell tho outgoing
Vincennes passenger train Friday niornm
near Mound City. The.cxpress car ran oflf
the track and was demolished. This was
the extent of the damage done.
Tho mate ot the steamer Gold Dust,
named Baumgardncr, having expressed
desire to own tho knife, which was thrust
into his neck by a negro a lew weeks ago,
that instrument was placed into his hands
Several accidents have happened on
the Illinois Central railroad within the last
lew days one at Tamaroa and another at
Cobden, but without any serious conse
quencesthe delay of trains being all that
was noted here.
But one sinner, named Lee Pollock,
yesterday called the scales of justice into
action. He had been found in a drunken
condition of Officer Ilogan and upon being
weighed in the balance was found wanting,
He was, however, informed by Judge
Olmsted that ono dollar and costs would
balance the scales and upon producing the
same was permitted his freedom.
1 he crossings on Commercial avenue,
below higtitn street, neeu planking very
much. During this wet weather the gravel
has became as so much mud through which
pedestrians must wade back and forth con
tinually. A plank crossing could bo
kept clean, but a dirt or
gravel crossing can not, and
must remain muddy as long as the wet
weather lasts. Tho Boft mud at the cross
ings is about two inches deep, and the
necessity for planks is urgent.
At nine o'clock last night while a train
of freight cars were being drawn up tho in
cline from the transfer steamer McComb,
at East Cairo, two cars becamo detached
and, backing down tho incline, passed over
the boat and into the river. The, cause of
the accident was the breaking of a coupling
link. Fortunately no one was hurt. The
frequent occurrence of similar accidents
furnishes ground for the suspicion that the
proper atteution is not paid to the coup-
A Boston clergyman, Rev. Ward Ev
erett Hale, has started a class in practical
American politics in his Sunday school.
The Reverend Hale is a very strong repub
lican, and the nature of these sacred politi
cal instructions it is not difficult to conceive.
Sunday schools aro supposed to bo organiz
ed for a special religious purpose tho
study-bf the bible, whoso wholcBomo pn
cepts tend to mako politicians of a far bet
ter class than those who have ruled this
country for about twenty years.
The Chicago Chronicle, edited by our
former fellow-citizen, Mr. D. L. Davis, con
tains tho following : "narman II. Black,
Esq., is the first republican elected to cith'
branch ot the stato legislature trotn Alon'
der county, Illinois, einco the adoptn ot
the new constitution. -In fact he is -he first
republican Cairo has ever had Id the lower
house. Col. D. W. Munn, of is city, was
once a member of tho senateirom that dis
trict. Mr. Black is ft younf lawyer of abili
ty, ot Hebrew parentage, a stalwart of tho
stalwarts, and we predct for him a brilliant
Tho Shawnee News, a republican
joijrnal, in commenting on tho howl of a
few republican organs, that Mr. Oberly
should be askod to resign his position on
the railroad and warehouse commission bo
cause he is a democrat, makes tho following
sensible remarks : "It is foolish to appoint
aUa because he is n democrat, aud then
discharge him because lie continues to bo a
democrat. It looks like a design upon Mr.
Oberly's well-known political chastity, and
tho suggestion Is an insinuation ogaiust
tuc purity oi tne governor s tno!
same journal further says: '
agree that he should bedecapit
he did not cease to be a dem
sake of an office which was r
because lie is a democrat, ai&
withheld from snmo other get
causo he is not a democrat.'1
mi T f A r , xaL.
i ne i.auies Am society oi
dist'ehurch will give anotlieroijt
ant sociables at the residence o
Johnson, on next Thursday
which they extend a cordial i
everybody. The attractions wil
part of good music and templt
rncnts, for which ample provisu j
made by the ladies. An it
pleasant time may be expected
The president of the Wou
University becamo grandly and
indignant at tho alarming prop!
Burned by the visiting busjncA'
students, and relieved hinLlf1
uously posting the following notit?
female student must receive mon
male visitor during the week, ai
not stay later than nine o'clock.?
the elTcct of warming up X
ously. They immediately lielJ
nation meeting, at which. m X
paragingside remarka wereji j
anu some very naughty and c. jni
muons were passcu. star gir
accompanying osculatory jn
very popular with the young foil
and a college president provn
lion when he attempts to dis
time honored and popular pra3
We mentioned the fact )
a large number of turkeys
tneir way to this town. II
many others have found their
boat and rail, and for no other
to shed their life blood in ordl
people of Cairo may, in the fullet ;
the word, be enable to celebrate 3
days. If a congress of turkey!
assembled we aro sure that
chuckle forth a series of resolutl
joyous gobbling f
approving and sustaintof
custom of eating turkey on holida)
Honest turkey is a generous bird.
true patriot, and docs not mind dj
his country in tho least, and althc
day is Sunday, wo must bo rrrmittt
mark that ho is a true Chrihljan, wl '
that it is libttcr to bo borno to'glor !
in a hand -basket, than to eko ouj t
bio span strutting around tho b
Ho is, albeit, a practical worldly-wj
zen, who has a noso for a good thintf
sensible ot tho virtues of tho silo,
amiablo oyster, tho aleaginous but ucn
chestnut, uui mmi n,u -"tocratlc, TT.'
In a word, the well-to-d"i well-bor am ,
catod turkey, is no fX)li atJ. if the A'
sinner could opi UP convcrsalio,
the ghost of "liy ne of tho tam,
lave hoved over tho dinnof til
Cairo, o would loam what a prdo'
turkey feels in the honiago an lid
his species, and how worls an
full of spiritual turkeys aroont.'
from their roost in tho turkpaww
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