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THE DAILY OAIKO HULLKT1N: SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 4, 1881.
PREP ARE YOURSELF
For wo will now have cold weather, and now is the time to go to the
Chicago One-price Clothing House,
Where we have goods to suit all, both in Prices and Quality.
Our line of Men and Boys Cassimer Suits cannot be beat,
and we can show the largest line of Child and Kilt Suits
IN OUR OVERCOAT DEPARTMENT
You will see hundreds of Styles of Overcoats and Ulsters both for Men and Boys.
We receive every day different Styles in HATS and CAPS,
and can therefore show you Full Stocks in Hats and Caps.
OUR FURNISHING GOODS DEPARTMENT IS COMPLETE
in every detail.
We very respectfully invite you to look through our store and judge fur yourself.
'Chicago One Price Clothing House,
M. WERNER, - - PROPRIETOR
ILill J tonxf riAt . W
101 ComT ave.,
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Office : Bulletin BulldlnR, Washington Avenue
BNTBHED AT TITS rOBT OmCH IN CAIRO, IX
LIN018, AS 8KCOND CLASS MATTER.
OFFICIAL TAPKR OF CITY AND COUNTY
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices In tlii column, elht cunts per Hoe fur
first and five cents per line each subsequent lusor
llun. For one week. 30 cents per line. Fur one
month, W centi cr line.
A. Booth's Extra Selects
at A. T. Dulkun's, 50 Ohio levee.
Messrs. It. Iluwitt it Co., corner of
Eighth struct and Ohio levee, will open on
Thursday, 10th inst., with a lull assortment
of Baltimore and New Orleans oysters in
hulk and cans, alno fresh aud Bait water
fish of various kinds; and hope by careful
attention to merit a continuance of their last
seasons patronage, and of Buch others who
delight in choice goods at low prices.
Save Thirty-live 1'er Cent.
Thirty-live percent, saved by buying and
UBintf Cut and Ground Feed, at corner of
Seventeenth street and Washington avenue.
Ground Oats per bu fifSc
" Corn " 80c
at DeBaun's, SO Ohio levee.
To the members of tho Woman's Club aud
Library Association, Cairo, 111. The Wornans
Club and Library Association will hold a
special moeting on Thursday, December
15th, at 3 o'clock P. M. at the library
room in Cairo, 111., for tho purpose of con
sidering and voting upon a proposition to
donate the property known as the Cairo
public library, to the city of Cairo, as a
foundation for a free, public- library and
reading room, to be organized under tho
laws of the state of Illinois, relating to the
establishment and maintenance of free pub
lic libraries aud reading rooms.
By order of the Board of TrUHtoes,
Cairo, 111., November 15th 1881.
Extra Select Ovsteis '
at A. T. Duliuuu'i, 50 Ohio levee,
Three States House,
HOTEL AND KKHTAU1UNT,
Corner Fourth street and Ohio Levee; open
day and night. Terms 1.20 per day.
F. W. Sl'HANRA & Co., Props.,
Furnished rooms, on the corner of Elev
enth street and Washington avenue. En
quire of Mas. Fahhel.
Carpenterlnir and Painting;,
W. M. UAf.fi 4 JIUOTHKII, CONTHACTOHS AND
Tainting and Carpentering dono by the
Job or day. Repairs aud Job work prompt
ly attended to, arid satisfaction guaranteed.
A shsre of the patronago solicited. Leave
order at tho Post Office, box 802.
Truly yours, W. M. Halk.
Cairo, Ills., Nov. 21, Wl.
Halliday Guards' Ball.
Another grand ballwill be given by the Hal
liday uard at the Hibernian engine house,
on the 3utn inst., lor tne purpose oi rising
tho money still lacking of ilto utiiouut nec
essary to pay for ,ho new uniforms.
A good mule. Enquire of
Jennings & IIowk,
Marble yard on Tenth street.
A. Booth's Extra Selects
ut A. T. DeBaun's, 50 Ohio levee.
Two fine lots on Washington avenue, ad
ioininiTiiK Bulletin office.
Also a nice farm of thirty acres, one mile
northwest of Villa Kidgo.
M. J. Howlky, Ileal Estate Agent.
A. Booth's Extra Selects
at A. T, DeBaun's, 5(1 Ohio levee,
Tiio Cairo Casino will hold their four
teenth anniversary ball at Washington hall,
on December 14th. All friends are invited
ITho Tnit CAino Rii.i.ktin nerforatcd
scratch-book, made of calendered jute
manilla, equally good lor ink or pencil, for
sale, in three sizes, at tne omce.
A few furnished rooms over J. II. Trax
ler's boot and shoo store, adjoining W.
Klugo's grocery on Commercial avenue
Weekly board furnished if desired, on rca
sonablo terms. For further particulars
apply to II. Winteh & Son,
Proprietors, at Hotel do Winter.
Rooms for Rent.
Apply to Mks. Fitzoehald,
up stairs at Tug Bulletin building.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notlcei tn these column, tun cent! per lino,
oacn insertion. Aiarxen
Photos, Photos, Photos for five cents at
See notice of furnished rooms for rent
In special locals.
Hurry up enly a few ruoro chances
left in the Broadway Doll.
Senator Beck has been re-nominated
by the Kentucky legislature.
Everybody wants a chance in the Giant
Dolls, only twenty-rive cents.
Mr. TlioliBrd Jones has sold out his
Sixth street saloon to Mr. Frank Susanku.
Passenger trains will run into the city
on the Mobile & Ohio railroad, on the 15th
David Linegar used the Saup Tar
Drops when in Springfield, and ho recom
A new walk is about to be laid in front
of the general olllco building of the Iron
Mountain railroad, on Ohio leveo. The
material for the samo is already on the
Iteceipt books, Cairo date line, perfora
ted stub, Bultod to any business, manufac
tured and for sale at tho Cairo Bullotin
We understand that t.t a meeting of tho
directors of tho opera house yesterday It
was dotei mined to set asltla onn unction in
tho dress circle for our colored population.
Don't fail to take a chance in the ma
mma of all Dolls, at Hartman's, only 25 cts.
Tlireo dead hogs wero found in tho
neighborhood of Twenety-Drst and Cedar
streets by officer Mahanny yesterday. Tho
marshal had them removed.
Anybody buying a box of Tar Drops of
Saup's mako and not getting relief in ten
minutes, will get the money refunded.
Dr. Speagelhalter, of tho St. Louis
board of health, has petitioned tho St.
Louis council for more room in quarantine
in order to accommodato tho rapidly ac
cumulating small pox patients.
There is a blockade on tho Wabash,
St. Louis & Pacific railway which extends
back to Cerro Gordo. Forty-nine loaded
cars for St. Louis have been standing on tho
side tracks at Monticello for a week or
Eight new locomotives have been put
upon the tracks of the Wabash road, Cairo
division, Binco it becanio part of the Gould
system, and one hundred cars are being run
into Danville every day on this road. All
of which shows an enormous increase of
Chief Myers has ordered half a dozen
balls and chains from St. Louis for use by
tho city jailer, when working the gang oh
the streets or at tho rock pile. Frequent
and conspicuous of these ornaments would
have a tendency to lessen tho number of
The colored Baptist congregation, Rev.
Allison, pastor, contemplate thn erection of
a large church on the vacant lots at the
southwest corner of Twelfth and Walnut
streets. A committee has been appointed
to solicit subscriptions from tho citizens of
Cairo to aid in defraying the expense of
building, The committee was out yester
day. I have already received at my factory
a fine variety of furniture- that is now ready
for the inspection of the public, and for sale
at close prices, My Rtock at 101 Commer
cial avenue will also be kept full until Jan
uary 1st, and I desire to call especial atten
tion to my stock of folding and camp chairs,
doll carriages, cribs, tables ami chairs.
On the 2!lth inst., Chief Myers received
a dispatch from Jackson. Tenn., requesting
him to arrest, if possible, one Charley Nash,
alias Hill, a bright young fellow, glim
built, black moustache; had on blue uni
form suit; charge, grand larceny. The
young fellow was captured, Friday, by the
chief and officer Olmsted, and held for or
ders from the authoritip" j," JaCibnu'.
The f'.'iiiois Central passenger train
Was an hour and a half behind time yester
day evening in getting away. It waited to
make connection with tho evening passen
gor train of the Chicago, St. Louis & New
Orleans train from below, which was about
two hours behind time, as it did not arrive
here until about half an hour after the de
parture of the Illinois Central train.
Mr. Al. Wilbur, of Dongola, writes a
postal card to Chief Myers, requesting him
to look out for and arrest a white man a
German with a light completed smooth
face, wearing a black goat skin cap, dark
clothes, and carries a bundle of canes for
repairing chairs. Tho man is charged by
Mr. Wilbur with cutting some harness,
trees nnd phruberry belonging to the latter.
John II. Obcrly has telegraphed for
five boxes of Saup'8 Tar Drops, for the open
ing of the opera house. He has used them
before. " v
A dispatch received from Miss Belle
Gaflhcy at Kansas City by Mr. P. Cullinan,
in this city, states that Mrs. Gaffney is
dead, and that Miss Belle will be here with
the remains to-day to convey them to Villa
Ridge for burial. Mrs. Gaflhey and her
family are well known in this city, having
been for a number of years citizens of
Cairo. Two girls and two boys survive Mrs.
Galfney, of whom Mi.ss Belle is the eldest.
The following thrust of the Anna Ad
vocate, at the former foreman o( The Bul
letin news-room, is certainly unkind, if
not unjust : " J. J. Penny, of Cairo, Anna,
Benton, Mulkeytown, Eight-Mile Trairie
and other places, has started a democratic
paper at Pirkncyville. Once upon a timo
Penny run tho Anna Union into tho
ground and we are of the opinion that his
Pickncyvillo exploit will bo as short-lived
as was his connection with the Union. If
wo may judge from the first number of the
paper, Penny must be a scissor-expert."
All preparations for tho grand social
dance to be given by the young tcmperanco
people at the Reform hall on Tuesday, havo
been completed. One of tho best string
bands in tho city has been secured, bo that
good music will be assured. Tho commit
tee of arrangements and floor managers are
experienced iu the art of conducting such
affairs, and the balls of the young peoplo
havo attained to a high degree of popularity,
hence a pleasant timo will certainly be had
by all who attend. Tho prico of admission
isono dollar, ladies free.
"The telephone between this city and
Cairo was completed nnd put in working
order last Monday. Tho first messago was
sent by Mr. Nord man, of this city, to Mr.
C. R. Woodward at Cairo, and was for a
bundle of iron. Mr. Woodward was great
ly surprised at receiving a message from
this city. Dr. N. II. Casey 'sent for' Dr.
Dunning and gavo him some advice, free,
invited him to leave tho frog pond, Cairo,
and come up Into tho bills. Tho lino work
ed well, and the persons talking could bo
heard distinctly at either tud of the lino."
I Pulaski patiiot.
When visiting the opera, buy a box of
Saup's Tar Drops and don't annoy every
body by that cough.
Messrs. Brown & Stowart, merchants
at Hodges Park, were swindled on Thurs
day by a man who purchased an ax from
them for ono dollar and gavo thorn in pay
ment a fifty dollar bill. They gave him
back forty-nino dollars, but it seema did
not fee! entirely satisfied with tho bargain.
Sheriff Hodges happenod to be there and
they showed him tho bill and he discovered
at a glance that tho bill was a fraudulent
one, having been raised to fifty from a fivo
dollar bill, by changing the word "five" to
"fifty" and by placing a naught after each
five, all of which had been dono in a very
bungling way. Messrs. Brown & Stewart
described the stranger as being about five
feet nnd ten inches tall, about twenty-eight
years old, well dressed ami wearing over
shoes. Sheriff Hodges found no trace of
the man and when ho arrived here turned
tho matter over to chief Myers, who may
drop on the fellow.
Mr. C. J. Waller, general freight and
passenger agent of the Mobile & Ohio road,
just completed to Cairo, was in St. Louis,
Friday. He was closeted most of the day
with A. C. Bird, superintendent of freight
traffic, and II. (J. Townsend, general pass
enger agent of tho Wabash. The whole of
the time was devoted to forming running
arrangements between the two roads on
freight matters, ami to consummating ar
rangements for the interchange of business
at this point. Everything was harmonious,
and after the conference all were well
pleased. Both roads use the same depot at
Cairo, and it was decided to appoint one
ticket agent for the union office here. F.
A. Miller, formerly general passenger ageut
of the Cairo k Vincennes, was selected as
the man, and he will at once assume the
duties of the position.
About five o'clock last evening tho
rumor spread upon the Btreet that young
Maurice Farnlmker, who lives on Seventh
street, between the avenues, had attempted
to commit suicide by taking a dose of
laudanum, but had survived after having
taken a strong emetic, administered by a
physician who was hastily summoned. Tho
facts do not seem to have been quite so se
rious as reported. The young man was at
home with his wife, and suddonly com
plained of feeling bad at the stomach. From
some cause she became alarmed, and
sent for a or, who, when he arrived,
pronounced tho patient not in any danger
from any cause. In fact Farnbaker was out
enjoying a game of billiards at the very
time, he was said to bo laying in the throes
of death from the effects of a self-admiuis
tcred dose of poison.
Bodices grow longer and longer. Short
visites are by no means out of vogue. Chev
iot dresses look best when tailor made
Flannel-finished cloths are much in demand.
None but (esthetes wear short waists just
now. Tho eagle's claw is again a fasliiona
bio ornament. Short waists will remain
perdue until next spring. Curly plush is
one of the prettiest trimming materials.
Light-colored heavy wraps are much worn
this winter. Plush basques with moire
collars and cuffs are much admired. The
tailor-cut jacket retains its place among
fashionable winter wraps. Large pokcB
with sugar-loaf crowns take precedence of
all other bonnets. Satin and plush muffs
take the place of fur ones in all but the
severest weather. For all cloth furnished
fabrics self-trimmings and machine stitch
iug should bo preferred. Rhine crystal
lace pins, combs and bracelets retain their
place among fashionable ornaments. Im
mense felt hats, with plushlike edges to the
brim, are worn side by side with small ca
potes of velvet. Dark bronze and olivo
green are very fashionable, especially when
relieved with a dash of bright red, palo
blue or vivid yellow. Imitation jewel em
broideries of white, cream and pale tinted
satins appear on the costliest and most ele
gant evening dresses.
A concert was recently given in Mound
City by Mrs. Ooodloe, in which several
popular singers of this city took a prom
inent part. Speaking of tho concert and
the singers, tho Pulaski Putriot of Friday
says: "The concert given by Mrs. Oood
loe 's musical class was a great affair in all
respects. The class gave evidence of hav
ing received a thorough training. Tho in
strumental performance was rendered in a
most excellent manner. Tho singing of
Misses Annie and Lydia Pitcher and Miss
Mollio Cordingly was excellent. Miss
Baldwin, of Cairo, sang a medley iu a very
creditable manner. Lack of spaco forbids
a more extended notice of tho affair. Mrs.
Boren and Will Rouse, in a German song,
was one of tho pleasing features of tho
evening. After the concert the seats were
cleared from tho room and music was pro
duced and dancingawas engaged in for a
short time, Among tho strangers present
at the concert and dance, we noticed Miss
Baldwin, Misses Annie, Lydia and Fannie
Pitcher and Mr. Will Lippet, of Cairo; Miss
Rydal Crain, Miss Ella Karnside, Miss Pol
lock and Mr. II. C. Fearnside, of Villa
Ridge; Miss Dudley, Mrs. Spenco and Mr.
John Lane, of the junction; Mrs. Casey, of
Cincinnati, nnd Mr. G. G. Pollard, of
GRAND AND PETIT JURIES.
To-morrow the grund Jury will conveno
at tho court-house. It is composed of the
Sandusky P. Sullivan.
D OIMANS, ObOAKS AND CIRCULARS!
For Ladies, Misseb aud Children,
At Actual Manufacturer's Cost!
We manufacture these goods m New York, and soil them
at wholcsalo throughout tho United States. Owing to the
unfavorable season for these goods we havo orders from our
Mr. J. Burger, New York, to sell them at cost. Our stock is
largo and complete, comprising tho lowest prices to tho finest
and costliest garments-all at actual COST!
Now is your time to obtain a great bargain, for we are de
termined to sell aud reduce stock.
BLANKETS, QUILTS AND COMFORTS!
in all Qualities and Styles, at Greatly Reduced rriccB!
FLANNELS, of all kinds-Canton and all wool-at
greatly reduced prices!
DRESS GOODS and CASHMERES, with trimming to
match, in endless variety, are now offered lower than
HOSIKKY! I-IOSIKRYI! HOSIERY!!!
For all ages woolen, cotton, in fact alt kinds at prices to
Tho winter has not turned out like the weather prophets
predicted. We are caught with a large stock of goods owing
to their prophecies, and the people can have the benefit oi our
mistaken confidence for we are determined to Bell. Price no
object give us a call and we will save you money.
124 Commercial Ave.
AT HIS HOME!
HE HAS NOW AT HARTMAN'S MAMMOTH CROCKERY STORE,
The Grandest Collection of Holiday ami Fancy Goods and Toys ever placed on Exhibi
tion West of New
Leather Goods, Bisque, China, Lava and Terra Cot ta Statu
ettes and Vases, Japanese Goods, Ladies and Gents'
Dressing Cases, Celluloid and Ivory Toilet
Setts, Musical and 3Iechanical Toys
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
DOLLS FOE THE MILLION!
Dolls that talk ! Dolls that Walk ! I
Dolts Dressed, and Dolls Undressed!
Dolls with Hair, ana Dolls Bald!!
Dolls of all Nations!!
Toys that arc Toys No Nonsense!
Toys for Boys and Girls ! Toys for all ages ! !
Useful, Attractive and Entertaining I
CALL EARLY and make a good selection NO TIME like the PRESENT!
Thebes Mart. Brown and James Miller.
Elco Miles C'auble and James W. Dur
ham. Unity-Wm. J. Milford.
Beech Ridge George Dcgelder.
Goose Island Andrew Nau.
Cairo J as. II. Mulcahy, Wm. McIIale, I
L. Ilarrell, Miles W. Parkt-r, Wm. Whit
ThoB. Wilson, Conrad Alba, Fred Teichman.
John McNulty, Louis Burger, II. T. Ger-j
ould, Zion Bishop, Phil H. Saup, J, S:
Hcarden and W. B. Pettis.
The petit jury for this, the Decemhe
term of circuit court, is composed of.th
George Lattner, ('. B. S. I'enncbaker,
Wm. Winter, Jr., H. A. Hannon, IT. Blomy
Wm. Stratum, Richard Marncll, Gus Lumj
ner, H. Whitcamp, Wm. Oehler, Geo. Hub
hard, John ICelgour, Samuel Burns, Chas
Mason, N. Ilunsaker, A. Wortherston
Isaac Collins, Geo. Miller, Monroe Whitak-i
cr. Calvin Thomas. (!eori? McDanielJ
Reason Heater, Moses Lentz, John H,
Sams, Robert Edmorson, W. I). Parrot t
Francis Wilson, Jonas Pitts, George Will)
iann, Thos. Peterson, Thos. Haraby, Dj,
Abernathy and Wm. Dickcrson.
NO MINORS NEED APPLY. i
For years past railroads have been do-
cided against in suits for damages result
ing from injuries to employes under Bg',
and in a majority of cases, the railroad peor
pic claim, the fact of minors being employ--
ed on roads has worked against them. Ti)
obviate this difficulty, the Iron Mounto-ii
system of Gould's lines issued the following,'
circular, with the blank agreement inclosed ;
"St. Louis. Iron Mountain & Southeni
railway, general manager's office, St. Louiw,
December 1, 1881. To heads of depart
ments: In future this company will not
employ minors until tho parents or guard
ians of such persons shall have signal an
instrument of consent for their employment,
and releasing the company from al1 claims
for injuries or doath, and authorizing the
company to pay to said minors the wages
duo them, taking their personal receipt
therefor. You will require a similar paper
from tho parents or guardians of every per
son under twenty-one years of ago now em
ployed in your department, and will dis
pense with the services of such person pro
vided samo is not forthcoming. Tho proper
papers and blanks will be furnished on ap
plication to T. G. Portis, claim agent, St.
The releases, after being properly filled
out and signed, should bo roturned to Mr.
Portis, to be filed in his office.
II. M. Uoxik, General Managor.
Remember you annoy the preacher in
church by coughing. Stop It by buying a
box of Saup's Tar Drops.
Bt tho use of tho Groat German Remedy,
Hamburff Drops, you can maintain good
.J hf PPfte ori tak.; pleanure In announcing thati
thl bulidlin Ix now completed and will be rmened,
for theatrical pi-rformancce on
DKCKMRF.lt i.vnr m-T '
The biilldlnit ' f larii'! dlmn1cim, audltarlum 1
. i r, 1 ""v'1 no ""i! rapaclijr 0f ;i,o, harlui:
11 2 5 ?per rhl,ir in flr" ""d --0ni Hern. It ,,
. Run.-.! uj K, uemru iiy iium, Dan thorough Vet)
Illation, aud perfect acounlc prnpi-rtien; ban.
tEn of the lariront lz, being 4ixiii f-ct and ful
urn of icnnery of Coatlli'ft kind : all mmli-rn Im
proviTnenta. and compete appointment of fvrJ
iloacrlptlun. furnlnMri tin, fi-iliti( for perform an J
v .i niu ninFv rianorim cnaracier, tne whole con
Mitmlng ttoneof ihemoat prfict bulluinird foi
theatrical performance! In the Sniith.u.i Th,
proprietor Uva been Rented In the erection vP
the biilldlna by J. B. McKlfatrick A Sonn, of I.oiiul
tiim , iv.. arcnuerm; ,i. w . Kepllncer i Son, o
tit. Komi, bmlcler,,; H. Krlnu,of Indianapolis
frefcn-palnter; Noxon. Ilcally 4 Townonr. oj
fi. Mima, a cene paintern. anil the eaa fljturef
rarpeta. curtain, upholnery and all other appoint
monta are In the btRbcat and moat modern utylo r
Tho Opening Addrcaa will l,o Made by the
HON. JOHN If. OBERLYJ
of BlonralnK'.on, llli., )
and will be followed by the presentation by tbu
FAY TEMPLETOX OPERA COMPANY
of the Highly Popular Comic Opera of the
On the loth, the amo Company will prenont thl
VfitM VUB1IV VJJUItt, HI
and on the 17lh another popular piece, with
In the afternoon of the 17th.
The prices will be as follows, viz:
To I'araiietto and narniietin pirin ...i.i. ......
vou seat J
Til P.nrt,ull..l.l. ...1,1..... '.
,7 " vvv m.viw, miuuBi rufervea leal .. ,
Ir'" " with ... T.
" " " without .
" Ciallary , !,
To Matiwr, narqnette and parquette circle.'.', r
. " Drpas circle ..
Lownrboxos-holdlngfonr 6 c
I)Krwlll open t7;00, and performance w
Commence at T ir, t. m.
Tickets for salo at store of D, Hartman, en an
after WortncKilar the Tin innt.. at II) a. m . until n
completion of mo mix. onice,
By II . -0. KTM0Nn staite Miinaire
rpHREE GRAND DINNERS
The Ladies of tho Episcopal Cliurcb,
' WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY AN D FRIDAY,
Dee. 7th, tlth and Otli, 18111.
A fine Hill of Fare, with all the dellcartea nf ti,
Bnason Dinnkh, Ml Cknti-I
Dinner from 13 until S o'clock, each day.
OTICK OF AIlJDSTMBNT.
KsUtn of John Thomna. dnrAainil
All nersvns havlnir nlalma mrnlxyf hn inta
John Thomas, decensod, are horeby notified and rJ
juurrau o iM-nii ana prflHttUi sucn cuums to iti
county court of Alexander count v. Illlmiin. for th
purpono of savin the samo adjusted, at a term rl
am conn, io no neia at toe coartbouso, intbeclt
ofCalre in said Alexander rounty, on the thlr
Monday of January, A. D. lSBil, being the 10th da
Dated December m, A. n. 1881.
1.1'CY JACKSON, Admr'x,