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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 26. 1881.
MAKE NO MISTAKE WAIT FOR
The Biff s; est of all Biff Shows!
OAIJtO, Oru Uar Only.
The Pioneer Shftwman
Will exhibit at Cairo,
It.lias the only GIANT OX -
It has the only BIO MENAGERIE!
It has the only I3IG
It has the
BIG HEED OF
The only Big Polar Bear!
The Only Lamiuoin !
The Biggest Lions!
lie Biggest Lot of Animals
lie Biggest Tableax Cars !
AND WILL GIVE THE
At Cairo, Wednesday, October 26.
frDoore open at 1 :00 aud 7 .00 p. tn. J3f Grand Free Parade, at 9 :00 a. tu.
Reduced rates on all RailroadB, so as to have the BIGGEST CROWD at the BIG
EST SHOW in this Great Big Growing City of Cairo.
ROPRIETOR OP SPROAT'8 PATENT
wholesale Dealer in Ice.
E BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON,WELI
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Oar Loads a Specialty.
or. Twelfth Street and Levee,
MILL AND COMMISSION.
ALLIDAY BROTHERS, j
FLOUB, GRAIN AND IIAY
gyptian Flouring Mills
Wheat Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
CAIRO AND NEW MADRID PACKET.
TO NEW MADHID.
W.J. TUHNEIt, Muster.
J. K. MUSK, Clerk.
Lcavca Cairo far Now Mm! rid and wav tinltiti
rj Tinmilay. Thursday and Saturday at 9 p, m.
firman leaves mow aiauria w oaiuaay, rriuny,
For frulKlit or imssatfi ntmly to
J AM Kb BUIUS, Agent.
with his Big Show,
Wednesday, Oct. 2081.
Lurger than an Elephant!
It has the only BIO AQUARIUM!
only Herd of Big" Elepbanfc!
Biggest Troupe of the best Performers !
Biggest Procession !
Q W. WHEELER,
Summer Wood and Kindling
comtintly on band
At Seventy-five cents per load.
Stavo Trim minces
At one dollar per load.
Tbu "lrtmmlL(t"re core chavlncd and make
tlie best Bummur wood for cooking pnrpoioe a well
th chept ever Hold lu Cairo. Kor black
Mnt'h'i u-e Inputting tire, they are unequalled
Leave yuor orders at the Tenth street wood yard
FERRY HO AT
CAIR0 CIT FERRY CO.
On and after Monday, Jntio ?th, and nntll lurthot
notice the ferryboat will make trips as follows:
L1ATIS ItAVEg LIAT1S
Koat Fourth it. Missouri Land'g. Kentucky Ld g.
8:00 a. m.
8:30 a. m.
V a. m,
S p. m
FOUND AT LAST !
The only absolutely perfect Olu Mouthpiece CI
Rrette ever made. Do not fail to try tho New and
Clgaretted, at II. MEYERS'. A perfect mouth
piece attached to each and every Cigarette without
It Is Importuiit for you to know thut the Tolac o
used in making the
New "Stcphania HalveH"
Is of the very linen quality, and la absolutely free
from all dangerous druK. and attention Is called to
the fact that positively
Is u-ud In this Cigarette. The New Stcphnniu
Halves are the flnum Cigarettes ever offered to the
smokers of auy communliy.
Th Fluent Tobacco I Finest Klce Pupur !
Free from all Dangerous Impurities!
The Finest Mouthpiece! The Cleanest Smoke!
I'rlce loceuta per package of 10.
October fi, lS81.-dl;u CAIRO, ILLS.
STOVK8 AND TINWARE.
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES
Manufacturer ot and Dealer in
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARE
ALL KIHD8 OF JOB WOKK DONE TO ORDER.
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
Cairo. - - Illinois
THE IOK KING.
Ready now, to furnish and deliver ICE In any
quantity both wholesale and retail, and at
ROCK BOTTOM PRICES,
I respectfully solicit the patronage of all my old
friends and as many new ones, and guarantee them
satisfaction. JACOB KLEE.
Q.EOR0E II.LEACII.M. D.
Physician and Surgeon,
Special attention paid to the Homeopathic treat
ment of surgical diseases, aud diseases of women
Office: NolO Eighth street, near Commercial
avenue, Cairo, 111.
YjT II. MAKE AN, M. D.
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
Ofllco on Commercial avenuo near tho corner of
Eighth street, over Taher Brother's Jewelry store.
KuNi(li.nFft rnrnnf Vnnrhmnlh atpi.nl nrtrl TV'n.h.
I lngton avenue,
The Celebrated Electro-Vapor and Medicated
Hal lis which are an unfallinit cure for Rheumatism
NeurHlgla, Kcver-Aguo and niai.y other allmeuts,
administered dally during olllco hours.
Office hours, from 8 to 13 a. m from 1 to 5
rJlDE CITY NATNOAL BANK
W. P. HALLWAY, President.
H. L, UALLIDAY, Vica-Presidont.
TH08. W. UALLIDAY, Cashier.
BINRT L. BALUD4T,
W. t. BALLnuT,
R. U, OtrNMINOBAM,
. U. P71U.IAII0M,
KicLanifc, Coin and United States Bonds
BOUGHT1 AND BOLD,
Or Blood Poisoninir, which results in
Abscesses, Ulcers, Sores, Carbuncles,
Boils and Itching- HumorH, Cured. -
What I te you Is the truth, told for no other pur
pose hut to l.'sllly to Hut merlin of the futlcura
K.-mediuf . Mr Kn ilerick Yeulon, of this town, hits
teen troubled for ynnrn with a l'evor Soru on oneo
nli leuH. Liift full and all winter he could lutrdly
walk a step. I Induced him totake rour Remedies,
lie hat taken about four bottles tlutlcura Resol
vent, and used the t'utlrura and Ctltlcura 8oap e.
ternally. His lcj; to day is almost wnll. and he
walks with case. It was a night to behold-ltlai k
and swollen very baoly. 1 wish you could seo his
leg to tiny. The clmti!o would aHtoiiish you.
Ha8 II TUII'P, Alfred, Ma.
Will Vntiitinlil i'.lin,...l
........ . ... fl rlt vhicukii, ruie-
f lly acknuwU-iltius a cure of Halt Rheum on h ad,
neck, lace, arms and liu'S for aeventeen yearn; not
able to walk except on hands and knees for a year;
riot able to help himself lor elfht yirs; trlei' hun
dreds of remedies; doctors prouuunreil his case
hopeless; permanently cured by Cuticura Remedies.
(J rent Mood Remedies.
The Imlf bus not been told as to the ureal curn
tivc powers of tho Ctltlcura Remedies. I Uve paid
hiindreds of dollars for medicines to cure diseases
of the blood and skin, and never found anything
yet to i ipial the Cutlmra Remedies,
' HAS. A W ILLIAMS, Providence, R. R.
The Cntlriirn Iniitmunt r tt... ... ui.i
Scalp and lllood Dli-eascs. consists In the Internal
use of Ciiticura Resolvent, the new lllood Purifier,
and the external use of Ciiticura and Cutlcura Soap
the great Kkln Cures.
Price of Cutlcura, small boxes, soc; lare hoiea
$1. Cuticura Resolvent, tl per bottlo. Ciiticura
Soap, iV. CutiruraHhavinKHoap.lv. Hold by
all druRgiHts. Depot, WEEKS A POTTER,
Sanforcl's Kadicat Cure,
Hear head and voice, easy breathlnc, sweet ttrealh
perfect smell, taste and hearing, no couuh, no cho
king, tio distress. These happy conditions are
brought about In the severest cases ot Catarrh, by
tha' moat agreeable, economical, Hpeedy, safe
and nevorfailing spec fic, SanTord's Radical Cure,
t smpleteand iufalllblo treatment, consisting of
one bottle of the Radicul Cure, one hoi of Catarrh
al Solvent and one Improved Inhaler, all wrapped
ia one rutfrknoA with I rp.t l.o .n rf ,i i i ,.u . . j
..j an uiuKKibui in, ji. iirit tor Bunioro a Kau
leal Clin, fli.nMri AcrMt.ta
WEEKS A POTTEK. Ronton, Mass.
RATS, MICE, ROACH
es, Water Bugs, hiiU
)( U ai d iUm k jkutu Hi
ret" 'fi In.ltAft
die. No fcar of bad
smells. Harns, grnna-
ten cleared In a single nlgbt. Bi st and cheapest
V erioln Killer iu the world No failure in 30 years.
Every box warranted. Sold by all grocers and
ri Ann i,finai.t.. n
unik'gieiii. -K inr l arsoiis . Mailed for SV., ny
WEEKS ii P01TER. llostou, Mass
STEAMBOAT HITCH EUS.
JOSKPII A 13 IjVj
JESSE HINKLE & SOX,
7!1 OHIO LEVEE.
w--.. n ... an nuiun
(tautly on baud. Meat delivered to auy nart of the
f.Ari'H ati.rlr of frpuli mnau tt oil
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
CHICAGO, OUAIN AND PORK.
CmcAiio, October 2.1, :;i0 a. m.
F-ork-Jan'y, 17 05; Fcb'y,
Whcat-Nov'r, 1 U Dcc'r, 1 3fii2'.
Corn Nov'r, Gl; Dcc'r, C:i.
Outs Nov'r, ; Dcc'r 41).
Ciiicaoo, October 2-1, 13 M.
rorn kovt, iu so; .lun'y, 17 70
wneat jnovT, 1 B4,;; Dcc'r, I
Corn May. 02; Duc'r. OIW.
Oats-Nov'r, 4!J; Dcc'r, 44B'.
Ciiicaoo, Octolcr 25, 2::() p. m.
Pork-Nov'r, 10 GO; Dcc'r, 17 2).a'.
Whcat-Nov'r, 1 o4s'; Dcc'r, 1 m)i.
Corn Nov'r, 01 ; Dcc'r, 03ft.
Oats Nov'r, 43 ; Dcc'r, 44i8'. ;
NEW Y0UK CHAIN.
New York, October 25, 12 m.
Wheat-No. 2 Chicago, 1 40t 42.
" " Rod, 1 44(.
Corn-No. 2, 09t71.
Capt. Billy 1'hillipB camo down from 8t.
Louis, yoBtcrtlay. j'
Tho gaugo reads 22 foot. A rise ot 8
Inches in tho last 24 hours.
Tho Bollo Memphis is dun hero to-night
for Vicksburgh from St. Louis.
Tilot Win. roll is in town. Ilia boat ha-
laid np at St. Louis for tho present.
Tho City of Vicksburg is duo hoto to
day from Vicksburg for St. Louis. Sho
returns again Sunday. :
Tho Silvorthorn loft last night for Osceola
ami way points, and will be here agtln to
loavo Saturday afternoon.
The 8t Gouovievo camo out yesterday
V V K P fPn'
j Dno wm uo up ,icro ttgm aMutasy,
The Annie P. Silver will bo tho next boat
in tho New Orleans Anchor lino for New
Orleuiis. She is duo hero Thursday.
Captain J. IIiN.y Woodward and biide
are passenger on tho Ik-lle Memphis from
St. Louis. She will be hero to-night.
ThoW. P. Ilalliday passed up at 12
o'clock yesterday having in tow tho John 13.
Maud. The Ilalliday m,l a light trip for
Tho Headlight was due lust night from
.St. Louis for the south. She goes down to
carry cotton wed and will remain during
The John U. Maud ran through herself at
Cottonwood Point and broke a wrist. She
transfcred her freight on tho Greenville
and returned to St. Louis for repairs.
The E. W. Colo pasaed down without
landing. Captain 1 )avis her lato owner has
sold her to Ed. IJichardson, tho cotton
king, to remain below town, to cany cotton
and HiipplicH, She brought 1 2,000.
X KW YORK FASHIONS.
NOVEL COSTLMKS, KKW UATS AND IION.NETS,
liKAOR AM) COMUINATKJN8, OI.OVES.
Never have plaitings been so fashionable.
Some new skirts are entirely iu Hide plaits
set to a yoke; others arc plain with two
broad boxes at the back; atrain we see rows
of side plaiting around the bottom or the.
material can "be set in box plaits so wide
that nine encompass the entire hkirt; a rich
example in this style having been a dinner
costume made for Mrs. A. S. Stewart of
black watered silk and plush, the Bkirt was
of silk while the upper portion also silk,
was a Feodora polonaise arranged to ap
pear like a basquo and overskirt in front
and gracefully draped in the back, the
sleeves were close fitting and a shoulder
cape completed tho design. The trimming
was plush laid in hands on the edges.
Gathered flounces nevertheless arc ouite an
idea of the time, so much so that plain
woolens ami silks are brought out iu dress
patterns where successive flounces are
wrought in floral figures. Often a flounco
is added at the waist and also around the
neck. Striped silks or wolens are in likn
manner placed us flounces on plain goods.
Basques differing from the skirt are ttill in
favor, plush or watered silk are tho first
choice yet striped goods are much liked.
Brocaded basques are worn by those win
have them but uew ones are not made un
This is because small figures are going out
and large brocades are manifestly unsuita
ble. For sake of contrast the skirt must be
of plain guilds. A spectacle the most
are tho new huge hats. They spread out in
radius of holy a fttot ouch w.tv, ''fiuallv sur
prising are the crowns; high and conspicu
ously pointed, rising like peaks encircled by
lorests of ostrich plumeB below. Sometimes
these hats are set fur back on tho head; the
irira puised in halo style; auaiu thev rest
prone over the brow, causing a search for a
pair of ryes below or tho wide brim may lie
caught on the left side. Akin to these aro
the high pokes; tho mk of relationship
icing the high, pointed crowns. Hut these
are bonnets and tied under the chin. A
gloomily prophetic soul might query as to
how the average mortal is to seo or hear
anything at a church or theatre; a too im
aginative spirit might figure out a row of
ladies all wearing such hats and wonder
how unfortunates in tho rear not only aro
to get nhmg but how they themselves aro to
turn their heads. These, however, are mor.
bid forebodings; nine chances to ten, that
row will bo broken bv masculiim rti.
while most encouraging of all, is the fact.
that as yet, the large hats and bonnets are
in a noticeable minority. Feather turbans
aro carrying the day. At other times, wu
thought turbans adapted to young Indies
onty, but now the observer can discern be
neath the mask veil which is a favorite ac
companiment, both wrinkles and
Nevertheless tho wearers aro not what we
call elderly. They linger still in the shad
owy land of middle life; a land, however,
of much larger limits than in smaller towns.
since fifty often corresponds with thirty-five
elsewhere, etc., etc.
11EAOS AND COMBINATIONS.
liuads, beads, beads, aro tho order of tho
day. Wo have beaded passementeries,
bended frintrcs, independent ornaments
mado of beads and beaded net works that
tako the place of ovcrskirts. They shine in
a shaded Glitter from pale to dark or in
cashmere co-minglings. So you see that
tho results must be sometimes quite rich, to
Bueh a decree really that oftentimes thev
tako the place of brocades as a combination
for plain velvet, plush, satin or silk. Noth
ing certainly can more efficiently contribute
to tho restoration of the mode in black silks
than an experience of tho superiority of the
Bellon fabrics that aro now brought promi
nently forward. Both in wearing qualities
and in finish, they rank pre-eminent. For
wool goods, combination of material is pre
ferred to beads and the pretty results accru
ing from unitings of plain aud Btripud ma
terial, quite defy my powers of calculation.
Mark tho word "striped'1 for it has a mean
ing. To-wit, that small, floral brocados are
going out except la case of the flounced
dress patterns mentioned above. Tho Mir
&r01 havln8 PU , wund waist finished
with, a sailor collar and full blBhop sleeves,
If, however, you should prefer one of the
pointed corsages now so much liked, the
Lucinde basque could be substituted. This
is pointed back and front, with half long
sleeves shirred above the elbow and finished
by a ruffle.
This winter you are nothing if not well
gloved. "Well" is here synonymous with
"stylish." Tho loose, wrinkled gloves are
of course fashionable, but in tho eyes of
many peoplo, are an abomination. Moro to
my way of thinking, are tho improved Ilsr
ris Seamless, very durable and Iwautiful in
fit, with hook and laced cord fastening.
They commence with five hooks that are
equal in length to threo buttoned lengths,
increasing to fifteen hooks corresponding to
eight buttons. The Dehnont is a hamjsome
glove in tho same style, but lower priced :
beginning witl three hooks, corresponding
to two buttons and runuing to twelve hooks
corresponding to six buttons. Another de
sirable variety of moderate priced glove is
the Felix, also with hook aud luccd cord
fastenings, and about the same length as
tho Delmont. The three are brought out
in all new shades and black and white as
we" Livy Cauteii.
Aurora now rejoices in a telephone ex
change. A press club is talked of at Blooruington,
but is not apt to materialize.
The Chicago Exposition closed Saturday
night, after a successful season of over six
Eight prisoners escaped from iail at Cnr.
rollton by the use of tools furnished by con-
Tho number of hous packed in ChiVni'o
from March 1 to date, is 2,595.000. against
2,818,000 fur the corresponding m-rifirl
A Carrollton mau sold cider without a
Government permit, and was amazed to
find himself assessed in the sum of H100 for
The total clearings of tho Chicago banks
during the past week were 48.242.550 40
against $35,800,750,20 for the correspond
ing week last year.
The Mutual Union Telegraph Company
has commenced the work of lavinir its
wires underground in Chicago, and expects
to finish it ' forty days.
During the past forty-three years a Pe
oria man has invested 18,000 in lotteries
without ever drawing a prize. Ue mii
lives in hope anil keeps investing.
The vegetables raised in the trarden of thn
Soldiers' Orphads' Home, near Blooming.
ton, tins year, are estimated to have been
worth $:,2,'j0, or $2,1 17 more than the out
lay. Edwardsville advices arc that the coal
trado is opening with such a demand that
it inspires confidence, and gives less room
for complaint among the miners, who havn
all the work they can do.
Itev. Dr. Henry Bascomb Uiduwav. of
Cincinnati, one of tho most eminent nreaeh-
ers of the Methodist Church, has been uhsct.
ed to the chair of Historical Theology in
mo uarrctt liiDiicnl Institute at Evanston.
The Health officers of Chicago discovered
a wake in progress in Barber street over
the body of an infant who died of small
pox. The mourners were dispersed, ami
tho Superintendent of the West Fourteenth
street school was ordered not to admit pu
pils from tho infected region fop the present.
Mayor McLean, of East St. Louis. Ims
appeared before the Grand Jurv. now sit
ting in Belleville, and mado complaint with
a view of obtaining indictments against the
Justices of tho Peaco in East St. Louis. Ho
charges that the Justice, haw kept, and
still continue to keep, all tho fines collected
by them from parties who have been found
guilty of violating city ordinances, instead
of pnyiny them into tho city treasury,
Salt Uheiim for seventeen years. Help
Inuu fur eieht rears. LfnAhle to witlk. Cnt
about ou hands ami kneis. Head, face,
neck, arms hikI legs covered. Cured
Ciiticura Remedies. Will McDonald, 20
Dearborn street Uluciigo.
By the unthinking, Burdock has been
considered a weed, and its luxurinnt growth, "
unpleasant smell, etc., has rendered it, to
those "not knowing its virtues," a nuisance,
and yet tho root has long been acknowl
edged by savants as most invaluable as a
diuretic, aperient and blood purifier. Bur
dock Blood Bitters embody all its good
qualities. Price $1.00, trial sizo 10 cents.
Paul O. Sehuh, Agent.
How's the Bahy.
"How's tho baby!" "His croup is better
this morning, thank you. Wo gave him
some of Thomas' Eclectric Oil as you ad
vised, doctor, and shall give him somo
more in an hour or to." Next rinv tha w.
tor pronounced tho vount'sler cured Paul
If Adam had had a nmn nf "PiftLun'
placed In his hand at an early period of hit
experience, the whole course of .hlstorr
I . ... a. -a
migm navo twen materially altered for the
oeuer,ana it biliousness, tnaigestion, tick
uvBurwun ur uysnepsi WSfe Uninown.
npnng utossnm would T 06 Deeded,
rnco oo corns, xnai oowea 10 cents. Tattl
O. Schuh, Agent. - '