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THB DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 11, IS83
The Daily Bulletin.
Jmtirr.lutniiicominti.tMtftiicoiilt P' 1 n for
gnM nl 8e cent per Un BchuhioqueDtlner
tlon. for onu wwi. aucenw per line, rot one
n onlh,Oeoi)t perlin
395,000 Bricks fop Sale.
I have lor sale, belonging to the estate
of IVtur Stoltenlwru, ifcceaacil, 395,000
burnt brick which I offer at a bargain in
lot to suit the purchaser; must be sold im
mediately to close the account of the es
tate. Anoi.rii Swoboda,
The Cairo House
by J. B. Doerinj; has moved into the com
modious brick buildinn corner Commercial
avenue and loth street, where all old and
new patrons will lie welcomed and provided
with first-class accomuu dations. (U
Mtsic looks bound at $2.00 per volume
tf A. V. Pyatt, 77 Ohio Levee.
will buy a good meal cooked to order, at
DeBaun 8. tl
O.NLY TWENTY-KIVK DAIS MORE ! !
In which to buy your Dry Goods, Cloth
ing, Hats and Op, Ladies and Children's
.Sloes, Men s Boots, Xc, Un Sept.
20th, 1SS3, this sale will close. No sucli
chance was ever offered in Cairo, to buy
goods at less than cost au 1 almost your
own price, Stock must be closed out and
many bargains yet remain. This is no ad
vertisement for buucouib. The stock must
be sold to close the estate of Wm. Wolf.
We offer Bryan Brown Custom Shoes tor
f 3.50 and $;?r; former price, $3.25 an )
3.73. Children's Shoes, 2.3.:., 50o., 75c. and
1.00;g xnls tint sold before at 75c, $1.00
and $1.50. Everything else as low. Ladies
H 89 at 5c. lOe.. 20c. and 30c; formerly,
10l, 20c, ;!0c and 40c Men's Shirts that
sold at $1.50 and $2.00. now half price.
Prints for 3JjC..4c, 4,l2'c. and 5c Good new
styles. Larj.'t? stock ol Kibb'ius that sold for
10c, 20,'., 40c aud 50c p-.r yard, now half
He member this is your last dunce. The
fctock is still lar'wr. II avs dlt done both a
wholesale and retail trvle, we required a
Mny winter ir "-Is which must be sold,
and wi.l soon be needed, are now open. We
could write a paper full of quotations of
these C'vds; but prefer to have you cal!
and obtain our prices, and then compare
them with prices of vruvU sold elsewhere.
Bargains in every line for thoe who want.
C. O. Patier,
P. S.-We shall alter Spt. 1, 1SS3, re
duce our stock of Groceries, in order to
have it iippr-iise.il. Here are bargains also.
820 lot CJ. O. P.
Saddle Kock fysters at DeBaun 56 Ohio
One furnished room for rent. Apply to
Mrs. M B iyle, over the Pirlor Shoo Store.
will buy a good meal cooked to order at
De Baun's. tf
A bire nuiiiber of men wanted to make
Bt'ives. Siealy employment given from
now until next spring. Full wages paid.
Apply to, I. M Ktv, H ctor, Ark., or to
Fum baker & Co., (Mro, Ills. tf
Restaurant and Oyster II use, 56 Ohio
llegi A Burlier.
John Hegi uud Kberhard Bucher have
formed a partnership in liu'ehering and
will continue the business at the old stand
of John Hegi on Commercial avenue, be
tween 19th and 20th. O.d and new custo
mersare invited to call on thein and they
will tin I a full assortment of the best of
cut meatxat nil times and all kinds of John
llegi's celebrated make of sausages during
the ceason. tt
will buv a good meal oooked to order at
New BliU'kstuitli Shop.
A tew horse simeing shop been open
ed by Mr. P. powers on Tenth street. All
manner of bUekiu!thing and wagon work
done to order. U"pairing work a specialty.
Work done promptly. tf
riucK.en s Arnica salve
The Bat Salve 'n the world for Cuts,
Bruise. Sores, l'!c rs, S t!i Kheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilb'ains,
Command nil Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guarnnteed to give per
fect Mtint'action, or money refunded. Price
25 c:eu pur box. For sale by Barclay
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notlc. la t& coiTiniiiii. n cent pr lln,
Itch mwtinn nl MlUi-r markod or not. if calm-
tnttd in fi'l kuv in a Iidiiii'M intrm nre
Dr. Leech went to C'arbondnle Sunday,
where his wife has resided for some t,me.
Chattel mortgage nnd w&raiitee deed
blanks, at Thk Blllktin office. tf
Mrs. C. W. Henderson returned home
yesterday from a visit to fiiemls in Xenia,
Judge I). J. Baker is at Mt. Vernon,
attending appellate court. He left Sunday
Hon. J, M. Lausden anil Mr. Angus
Leek left Sunday afternoon for Louisrille,
on professional business.
Wanted a white boy 10 or 17 yesrs
old to make himself generally useful in a
grocery store. Address box 002. It
Mr. C. C. Mason nn i wife returned Fri
Jsy last from Chicago wherethey spent
several dnys inspecting the city. Last Sun
day Mr. Ma.um htarted alone for the lar
west to bo gono several months in a vit-it to
points of interest there. While in Chicago
Mr. Mason visited the principal theatres
and ho gives it as his opinion, that, though
they present a more imposing external ap
pearance, internally they all look much in
ferior to our own tcinplo of amusement.
The Honeymoon drew well at the
Opera Houso last night, and was excedingly
well rendered. Bitchelor to-night.
Mr. W.F. Pitcher yesterday delivered
Mark Twain's book to the subscribers he
had obtained for it in this city.
Two negro women engaged in a bad
fight about a tin photograph on Fifth street
last evening. Ono of them was fined by
Found.lJta goldwitch-chain ornament
of the Knight's Templar o-th-r. Owner can
have same by applying at this office nnd
paying for this notice. It
A sale of uncalled for express packages
at auction, by -Mr. Sol Silver, yesterday
morning, was an interesting eveut for a
Mr. Ed McCullough, of St. Louis, was
in the city yesterday, on bis way to Little
Rock in the interest of a St. Louis hard
ware house. Ho left last oight.
Tha Cresl Springs Union is a new
weekly paper started at ('real Springs by
W. L. Couuell. The first issue appeared
September Cth. It reflects credit upon the
place in every way.
The county court was convened yester
day morning by Judge Robinson, to permit
one colored woman to adopt th chil l of
another by mutual consent. Nothing fur
ther of imp irtance was dose.
Mr. George W. Chellet arrived in the
city yesterday afternoon. He will remain
in a few days and then depart with his
family for a pleasure trip to various points
of interest in the north, t be away several
Several boys observed a binge snike
under the sidewalk at the rear end of Mr.
Joseph Steagala's place of business, S itur-
dayjnight. They killad it, and it proved to
be over four feet long and several inches in
'Just received 200 latest new style of
piece goods, cmprising the finest imported
cassimere, worsted, tricot, meltons, ker
seys and pilot cloth at greatly reduced
prices. Made to order. J. P. LehuingA
T5ro., merchant tailors, 4th A Levee.
Sheriff J In Hodges and Commissioner
Mulcihey came down the narrow-gauge
road yesterday morning from Hodges Park
and Commercial Point respectively. They
reported at the formwr place frost covered
nearly everything so that it could be scrap
ed up with a shingle, while at the latter
place no sign was visible. The cold wave
of Sunday night, it is confidently believed,
d stroytd everything in the form of grow
ing crops wherever it struck, and took in a
lari:e scope of country.
There is no man o blind as he who
will not see. Any one who is not h!in led
utterly by prejudice, or who is not an idiot,
will understand that, since the city's debt
is already beyond the limit established by
the constitution of the state, it cinnot be
added to in any manner or to any ex'ent
and any claim on account of any public
improvement, that might result from a fail
ure or refusal on the part of property hold
ers to pny their special taxes or assessments,
could not be enforced against the city.
Hence the utter impossibility of a repeti
tion of the E x, Howard A Co business.
The man who talks about a probable repti-
(ion of this affiir, in connection with the
street raising project now under considera
tion, either doesn't know what he is talking
about or regards bis hearers as ignoramuse s
and is trying to deceive them.
City council met last night for general
business. We lack the space necess try
for a full report in this isue and will give
it iu our next. The most important busi
ness was the introduction by Mayor Halli
day of an ordinance designating Commer
cial avenue and Railroad street, between
blank streets, as the first district to be raised
and establishing the grade thereof at fifty
four feet. The mayor made a ringing lit
tle speech in connection with it, answering
objections, expressing confidence in the
practicability of the plan outlined in the
ordinance and repeatedly advising careful',
earnest consideration. The ( rdinance wa
referred to the committees on stree ts and
ordinances combined, with instruction to re
port aTTHEIk LKIBCKK, ns suggested by
Mayor Halliday, which latter will be a dis
agreeable disappointment to the silly or
malicious twadlers about "snap game", etc.
WE HAVE SEEN THEM.
The editor had the pleasure of witness
ing the exhibition of S. II. Barrett A Cos
Mammoth circus, at Mt. Sterling, a tow
days since, and is glad to say that it is one
of the largest and grandest ever put upon
the street of any town. The menagerie
consists of a great number of rare animals
of almost every variety on the face of the
earth such a collection as has never before
been seen with any travelling show. Mr.
Robert Stiekney, who has always been a
general favorite was perfection and Miss
Emma Lake whh both daring and graceful.
The horizontal bar pertorinaimcH bv thi
Renos was excellent and deserve h Urger
notice than wo have space to givothem.
The clowns are the funniest follows who
ever donned a mutely garb, and the feats of
the Malay Prince attracted special atten
tion. Everything connected with this n!mw
is noticeable in elegance and refinement, -Lexington
OUR LOCAL FINANCIERS. THE
LEGAL A FINANCIAL ASPECTS
OF THE STREET FILLING
There have boon any number of silly sng
gestions made by oppoueuts to street fillicg
as to tho manner in which the project
should be introduced and prosecuted, and
what precautions should be taken befoiu
tho work is begun; but tho silliest of all
was, that some foreign financier should
be iinporte 1 to tell us whether or not our
citizens could bear tho expense of raising
their proporty above high water and up b
a drainrge point, and what effect the curry
ing out of the improvement would have
upon the finances of the city. Any stran
ger reading such a suggestion in one of
our own papers could not have a very ex-
halted opinion of our leading citizens, oi,
knowing tlieni, would naturally look upon
the man who mado the suggestion as a
We have every reason to believe that wo
have as goud financiers among us as there
are in any city in tho country, and we can
easily satisfy any reasonable person tiiat our
belief in this respect is correct. We have
among us iikii who have for years man
aged with uninterrupted and flattering
success business interests as great and as
varied as any iu the country, with few ex
ceptions, who have spent half their lives in
ibrecting enterprises involving the solution
of difficult financial problems, who aro
better posted with regard to Cairo's condi
tion in every respect than an stranger
could become in a year's tui'.ion, who have
their own great in'erests at stake here,
lnch would rise or fall as the city's affairs
were managed wisely or n't these men
are ceitaitily as capablo of determining
w hether or not any contemplated puolic
improvement would be practicable or not,
from a financial point of view and these
men are the most active among the sup
porters of the ntreet filling prjeL't. Our
business men, of whom as large a percentage
are successful, substantial, well-to-do as
can be fouud in any city of eitial size in
the cnuutry, but who have labored under
much greater difficulties than most others
iu reaching their preseut state of compara
tive ease, who have lived here for years
while their hopes rose and loll as the rivers
fell and rose, who have daily exercised
their judgments with reference to matters
connected with their business, risked thou
sands on their judgmeots and won these
men are certainly doable of determining
whether or not the temporary inconvenience
and the slight expenditure, that would re
sult from the rai.-ing of the streets and of
their places of business, would be a good
investment and be returned to them in the
i uin of increased business and increased
security and consequent greater peace of
mind. And these men the great majority
of them favor tho street filling project.
We have among us property holders also,
who fire not tools. Moo who
own blocks of as tine buildings
as any city can boast of, who
have planned and directed the construction
of many a magnificent structure, both for
business and residence purposes, whose in
terest it has been lor years to keep posttd
with reference to all the details of real es
tate improvements aid many of whom cati
estimate tho cost of a complete building
a'nvj.t as accurately as a professional arch
itect mi I more correctly than many a so
called professional, these men cau certain
ly t'dl very nearly all that they would be
required todo incase the streets were raised
in front of their property, and within u few
doiUrs of the cost of such work. And they
could also tell, much better than any im
ported financier, whether or not their poises
would bear the strain they would be subjec
ted to on account of such improvement
and thosu men are, with very few accept ione,
confident of the siicces of the contemplated
street rais;ng, and unhesitatingly express
their willingness and ability to carry out
their simre of it.
But welntV" mUo a mayor and city coun
cil who lire not fools when it conies to de
termining the etfect, upon the public li
nances, of the contemplated street improve
ment, and the ability of the city to bear its
sh ire- of the expense on account of such im
provement. Mayor Halliday is commonly
admitted to have been the leading spirit in
the in inagement of the city's finances dur
ing the last half score or more of years, and
that his management of the city's finances
has Iven generally a wise one will be ad
mitted by all who know the piescnt condi
tion of the! finances, as compared with
their c moiti' n when he was first permitted
todiiecttlo.ir management. Mayor Halli
day is uV) generally understood t have
been the cbiid arbiter of mir county fi
nances, an I in the condition of t ;.,., thc.
same favorable change is oli-i ivahlo, per
haps the strongest and most miy ,.,.
prehended proof id' this change fr t .t
ter, and that will convey soin.' id,.,, f the
extent of this improvement, is fnmd In the
fact, that, whereas formerly both city and
coun'y orders were very far below p,r Rd
not negotiable, they have been fr ,,,.
l.-t of years at par and me. to lay consider
ed as good as greenbacks- and thin, too, in
tl'e I've of extraordinary ,WIH
which worked untold jtli,lrv .
both our city and county. Any (casnuM.lo
man would not ask for better evidence to
satisly him that the affairs of the city and
r.onote. in mi fur ta tin., .
" ""j -"in-i.'nii'd tho
finances, were entirely safe in tlu imill)( ()f
the mayor and the county commissioner,
T. W. Halliday. Hut there is till Wronger
proof of this fact, which ouyht to convince
even the skeptical and prejudiced mind of
its error, and which makes tho utter foolish
ness of the demand for a "foreign finan
cier" stand forth in nil its ridiculous enor
mity. It is not a secret that Mayor Halli
day has been repeatedly called upon by
loreign cities and counties, to advise them
as to the best method of escape from finan
cial difficulties iu which they were, or were
threatened to le, involved; aud
his advice lias invariably been
respected aud in all instances proved
to have been wise. Hut more than this: as
member of the Illinois legislature, M g or
Halliday framed and materially aided in
framing, several of the most important laws
now on the statutes, governing the finances
of municipal corporations. It was he who
trained the law permitting the
issue of anticipation warrants and limiting
them to one year, so that the mVtiag debt
ot any city must be nmiirfnted
at the end of every tisctl yearVjIas lie,
also, who instigated the law liii'Sdrti tho
levy of municipal taxes for any fiscffiV;tr
to ' perceimini ot tun total assessed fshja
tion of thc property of such municipality
and be aided in tho frmuiug of several
other less important la vs relating to muni
cipal taxation, etc. All these laws and
amendments were a blessing to cities in all
parts of the state, that were in straightened
financial circuiiHtanc.es, notably thc great
city cd Chicagi, whose mayor has expressed
tho opinion that, but for these laws and
amo'idmehts, that ci'y would bo serioutly
Excepting perhaps Mr. Linegar, Mayor
Halliday has probably given this street rais
ing project more thought and made stronger
efforts to po.st himself with regard to every
detail and every aspect of the subject than
any other man in the city, and there is not a
single point that can be raised in connection
with it, either pro or con, that ho has not
considered. The b'gal and financial phases
of the project have received bis especial at
tention. He has h td many and lengthy
consultations with tho leading men ot the
large cities, among them the best muni
cipal lawyers in the country. He lias been
to Springfield, where every principal street
in the city is under process of paving with
cedar blocks all by the special assessment
plan; and he has consulted not only legal
talent that advised the work, but that
which opposed it and believed it to be im
practicable and, "peiihaps," illegal. The
only objectiou the latter could offer was,
that there was some doubt as to whether
the benefits of the improvement should be
assessed by commissioners appointed by
the county court or by the city council.
The legality ot the project, in all its
details, is attested by all the best lawyers
in this city with Corporation Counsellor W.
B. Gilbert, Judge W. H. Green and
Hon. I). T. Linegar at their head. A
better guarantee than this could be akod
only by a uatural fool.
But the matter is now in the bands of
two committees of the city council gentle
men of experience in public affairs, of good,
pratical sense, of caution. Tho matter will
he, as it should be, calmoly considered by
them,' nothing rash should be done or sod;
every detail should be looked at in all its
hearings and in all its phases, and discussed
at length. Competent authorities ought to
bo and will lie consulted as to every doubt
ful point, and every conclusion carefully
weighed before it is permitted to stand.
This is the proper way to consider a matter
of such importance as this, and it will lead
to such settlement of the matter as none
will ever have any reason to regret.
Be meiciful to all dumb animals, says
Josh Billing--. No mau can get to heaven
on a sore-backed horse, when ho knows one
application of St. Jacobs Oil will cure it.
This funny 4 act light comedy will be
produced at the Opera House Tuesday night,
Harry Robinson as Bangle, Richardson as
Jowler, and the entire strength of the com
pany brought and in the merriest possible
shape. The piece was originally produced
by Robson A Crane, in which they scored a
big success. Budcr has tickets on sale, 75,
50 and 25, w ith no extra charge for reserved
YESTERDAY'S HOTEL ARRIVALS.
H P. Gorman, Teiin ; J. R. Taylor, Joni s
boro, Ark.jJaines Martin, LouisvillejE. M.
liatnwcll,.IonoNboro, III.; J, J. Russell Char
leston, Mo.; J. (!. Courtney and wife, Me
tropolis; Mrs. E. T. Simmons, Mo; E. A.
Hint, Chicago; Ben F. Temple, Madison,
Ind.j Mrs. Daiuron and daughter, Ills.; C.
W. Pavey, Mt. Vernon; Jno. W. Turlay,
(Vhtialia; James Henry, St. Louis; J. C.
Mowbry, Chicago; II. A. McMullcn, Pana;
Jno.-McMiillen, same; W. N. Harris, Jack
son; Ward A Morris, Mound City; Mrs.
Alexander and child, Dexter, Mo.; Simon
Silverman, Ark.; Mrs. Bettie Owen, Arling
ton; Bernard L'lrich and lady, same; Miss
Lou Ilaily, Pa lucali; F. M. Stokes, Mo; L.
M. Ballard, N.Y.; W. F. Ayers, Mattoon;
Mar Soutag, Evansville; Miss D illie Ma
li -e, Charleston ; W. A. Bush and wife, same;
A. II. Dtvcnport and wife, same; Missis
Nettie and Grace Danforth, same; L. W.
Dinforth, same; E. S. Wood, San Anlonia;
J.B Hamilton, St. Louis; T. E. Castollo,
same; Ed. McCullough, same; Geo. P.
Eldriitge, sune; R. W. Boxtnr, same; Mrs.
II. P. Garner and child, Ark ; S. L. Joseph,
Gibiesville; C. II. Swiggett, New York;
S. II. Harrington, same; R. O. Larry,
Eli.abe'.htown; E. E. Blaisdell, Washing
ton; Thus. Clark, Jackson; Chas. Landry,
M bile; G. B. Wilds and daughter, Bland-
HEALTH and COMFORT!
DisiulW't Vonr PREMISES. We Iiavca laiire
COPPERAS, ' CHLORIDE of LIME,
BR0M0 CHL0RAUJM, UIRONDIN,
CARBOLIC ACID, Etc., Ktc,
Also (iKXUINK DALMATIAN
(JAIR0 OPEKA HOUSE.
GRAND OI'KNIMi OK AMt'SK.MKNT SEASON
TWO NUiMTS ONLY!
Sept. lb & ll.
KNUAGM KNT OF
li 11 O Vl Ci
Lt If lull lb
two d'ilm:t ori"iti'7.jt:or., t)ppnrt!ng the
ln-suM'il it'Mi, M.m
nod l lie ver Mipninr romedl&u, M r.
inJUllN TOISIN'S ricbtftof all umche
Particular atfc-ntton is called to tin
iiiatfiiihront costumes worn In this
elesrant production of comedy.
On Tuenlnjr cvi-rilin; will be j;iiti
BA.CJB ULO HS.
ttT"l'iil pr:u' to nil firt clu-s entertainments
will rule. Nut" (-hi tiMw In' fiTiiP'd.
J. II l'.AKN KS, Himliium MaiiSk'vr.
ville; J.I). White and wite, same; Lambert
Richardson coniliiii tiinn, eighteen pro
e; J. A. Wheeler, Chicago; H V. Barber,
Texas; 9. M. Weaver, same; J. Li via, wife
and child, Dan'oU: K. C. Sttitp, Oobden;
H. Storms, Camden, Ark ; C. S. Morris,
. Louis; W. J. Bass, Nashville; W.
Kownrp, Pittsburg; R. M. Levren,
s.; J. S. Allen, Grand Chain; J. B. Ken-
dy, wife and '.i children, Sharon,
nn.; D. C. MrI)oni;ol, Memphis;
in UedeUhiiruer, Cincinnati ; J. J. Shol-
Kvnnsville; Geo. L. Dixon, same; S. H.
Brown, Poplar Iiluff; J. M- Tapps and lady,
Sulphur Lpritii?-, Tex., J. II. Baylcy, Waco,
x.; Mrs.Shea;icr, Bton, Tex; L. Hamil
ton, Richmond, Aik.; I). Hamilton, same;
. Y.Martin. Waco, Tex.; C. D. Barstow,
Vxas; L. G. L' same; J. T. Burride,
same; Then. limbic, same; W.J. Lyle, St.
Louis; Mrs. Horn, Waco, Tex.; Miss Lizzie
Hardy, same; Mrs. A. B. Willis, same;
Geo. Castello, Chicago; G. W. Black, same;
F. Mettrich, St. Louis; T. J. Keet, same;
MissFlynn, Cane Girardeau; Mrs. Wilswn
and child, Texas; James IJ. Gre'ie, Ht.
Louis; G. G. A. Kerson, Bine Bluff; A. A.
Cooh, New M idrid; Mrs. Hattio Black,
same; Mrs, Howard, same; C. M. Boyd,
Ark.; Mrs. J. Tillar, same; J. W. Tillar,
wife and daughter, same; Frank Griffith ,
Tacilic Express; V. Bower, same; Miss
Caldwell, Doiil'oIh, III.; Mrs. Kddlennn,
same; A. Burk, Indianapolis; A. H. Kern,
New York; A. W. Burns, Akron, Ohio.
A. Huron. Cincinnati; John 1 Barbcc,
same; Beverly Allen, Creal Spring; Chris.
V. Koch, same; Miss Lizzie Wilson, St.
Louis; Ira Lutes, same.; J. II. Hart, same;
W.J. Wyr.o, same; J. M. Kelly, samn; W.
J. Wylr, same; K. K. James, same; H. W.
Cook, Jonesbnro, III.; J. L. Jennings Ky.;
John W.Turk, same; II. P. Barber, sume;
C. V. Reynolcs, Mo.;. lames Dillion, N. O.;
CI. 8. Davison, Greenville, Miss.; M. H.
McCatily, New York; J. 8. Green, Chicniro;
J. H. Farnsworth, Louisville; P. Phechnn,
Commercial Point; J. A. Walker, same; N.
A. Martin, siuno;Tlios. Ellis, same; W. A.
74 oiiio i.ky
and Cor. !ltli & Wash. Ave.
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"CITY (mVjX STOKE"
Oldest in the city: esialdMicd in 11102.
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wuri-Hi.o-d. tfive mi, rm, hie! '.,- , unnnceii for
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