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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER a, iss
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
One Grand Concert!
MONDAY, October 8th,
By the Celebrated Hung&rlon Violinist
Who will b mlttcc! by the following Solo Artist:
raAdinlloii $l.o and 75 ct. No extra
Charge for rorerved lotts. Tickets will be !a ed
on aale WeJneiday mornlue at Buder'a Jewelry
"CITY GUX STORE"
Oldest in tie city; established In 1862.
Com'l Ays , between 9th and 10th Sta.
MANUFACTURER & DEALER IS ALL KINDS
Ammunition of all decr'p'lon alwara on hand at
General repiirlng In all klud of metal. Keya
fall descriptions made 10 order, and istltifactlon
warranted, dive me a rail, and be convinced for
youraeif, at ttte I gn of th- "MO UU.N."
JOHN A. KOKHLKH,
I-6m rrotirletor, Cairo, III.
W. 6TKATTON, Cairo. T. BIHD. Missouri.
STRATTON & BIRD,
No. t7 Ohio Li'vec, Cairo, 111.
tVAganti American Powder Co.
We Iiave now received an entire new stock of FALL and
WIN I Kit GOODS, and which we are anxious to call your
attention to; a stock which is equal in size and assortment
to any in Southern Illinois. We have lust returned from
the Kast, and therefore can show you goods of the latest
styles aud all the new novelties In
olothi isra ,
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
HATS and CAPS,
and we can also ay and guarantee that we will save
you money by buying from us, as we are connected with
one of the largest
Wholesale Clothing Houses
ftHri?JHw iVvJ? m?en' ani1 therefore have INSIDE
.VltilKhb IN BUYING and save our customers at least 15
percent, in buying; of us, as that U about the amount the
other dealers in the same line of goods in Cairo pay more
for (foodn than we do; and as wc have a buyer continually
in the market (Mr. M. Werner), wc therefore always re
celvetho NKWKST AND LATKST STYLES. All we ask Is
that you give us a fair Inspection of our stock, and you M ill
be convinced of tho truth In the above.
Chicago One-Price Clothing House,
Cor. Eighth Street and Commercial Avenue.
Notices In tnls column, bird t conn per line for
Ireland flv cents per Un each aubnoquent inior
Ion. For one woek, 30 cunts pur lino. For oue
nonlb, (10 cent per line
Wrecking Boat Charlie Hill
Will go to Plum Point to do some work
and will leave two divers and armors hero
to attend to general wrecking business.
Major Ualliday, Agent, offico on No. 2
wbarfboat. Hiram Hill, Supt.
6t Cairo, 111.
Apples! Butter I Flour t
Nicer, better, cheaper. Call at No. 21 8th
street, or telephone No. 83.
1021m O. M. Alden.
To Whom it May Concern
We will positively refuse to pay bill
not accompanied with an order indorsed
by the below uamed firm or by one autho
rized to give orders for said firm. By or
der of Lancaster & Rice.
will buy a good meal cooked to order at
Dc Baun's. lt'
ST. LOUIS FAIR.
The Illinois Central railroad will on Sat
urdav commence selling round trip tickets
to the St. Louis fair for 4.50, good to re
turn on until October 8th.
Oysters in every style at Geo. Lattner's
No. 75 Commercial avenue. oio-iui
pjiitAcwnn Walnut near 14th sts.. contain
inr 7ti'c)od rooms, four of them contain
grates and mantles. Enquire at store on
8th st. tf u. fli. alden,
will buy a good meal cooked to order, at
Al. rersons holding city bills against the
firm l Chas. O. I'atier & Uo., are nereoy
noti i id to nresent same for payment at the
stori in or before the 5th day ot uctooer,
I8SJ . After above date all bills not settled
muc' be probated. C. O. Patiek,
AH ncrsons indebted to the firm ot Chas.
O. Patier & Co. will nlcase make settlement
before October 5. 1883. as all accounts not
settled by that time will be placed for col
lection to close the business or me nrm.
Attention to this n otice will save costs and
trouble. George Fisheu,
tf Atty for Administrator.
Hot coffee and sandwiched at Geo. Latt
ner's, No. 73 Commercial avenue.
Saddle Rock Oysters at DeBaun 56 Ohio
395,000 Bricks for Sale.
I have tor snl'", hel uging to the estate
of Peter Stolteuoerg, deceased, 395,000
burnt brick which I offer at a bargain in
.i i l ;
lots to suit the purchaser; must ne soiu im
mediately to close the accounts ot the es
tate. Adolpii Swoboda,
Restaurant and Oyster House,
New Blacksmitn Shop.
A Dew horse shoeing shop has been open
ed by Mr. P. Powers on Tenth street. All
manner of blacksmitbing and wagon work
done to order. Repairing work a specialty.
Work done promptly. tf
will buv a good meal cooked to order at
bKE a woman in another column neur
Speer's Vineyards, picking grapes from
which Spier's Port Grape wine is made,
that is so highly esteemed by the medical
profession, for tho use of invalids, weakly
persona and tho aged. Sold by druggists,
From Col. J. Maidhof.of New York: "I
have suffered severely lor the last ten years
from liny Fever in early and mid-summer
and in the fall. I desire in the interest of
my fellow suffers to testily in favor of Ely's
Cream Balm. My short use of it demon
strated its efficacy. J. Maidhof, 401 Ilroad
way. Cleanliness and purity make Parker's
Hair Balsam the favorite for restoring the
youthful color to gray hair.
& SON, Props.
The Daily Bulletin.
OKNERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices in tnene common, ten cents per line,
ach insertion and whetbur marked or not, if calr.u
lutod to foward any mau's business tnttiruit are
New type at The Bulletin office.
Read the Chicago clothing bouse ad
vertisement. Try Mary Ann. 3t
Tho lool-killer in making his rounds,
seems to have skipped Cairo.
Mrs. Leo Klob left last night with two
of her children for Indianapolis.
Job printing at Tub Bulletin office.
Mr. Birchett was duly Installed yester
day agent of the three great roads that cen
ter in Cairo, tho M. & O., W. St. L. & P.
and Iron Mountain.
The first meeting of the Women's Club
and Library Association after the summer
vacation, occurs this atternoon at 3 o'clock
at the library rooms.
Try Mary Ann. 3t
Mr. Johnson, of the firm of Johnson A
Flowers, left yesterday afternoon tor Ciu
cinnati on business for his firm, lb
will be gone about a week.
New presses at The Bulletin office.
The members of the "Ideal League"
held a delightful meeting and were royally
entertained last night at the residence of
its president, Mr. Geo. Parsons.
For Sale My cottatre and two lots
on 7th street. Mrs. C. McLean. 6t
Five hundred workmen in a wire mill
at Juliet the other day went on a etrike be
cause the owners refused to shut down long
enough for them to take in Barnum's circus.
Printing and ruling at The Bulletin
Be ye also ready. Keep the well
charged trusty shot-gun in easy reach so as
to welcome the prowling burglar when he
comes round to see you.
-School books and school supplies at
Healey's drug store, opposite court-house.3t
The Suuday Bloomington Bulletin
comes out in a new dress that is very attrac
tive. It has also been enlarged to an
tight page paper and is filled with the
choicest Sunday reading.
Commercial printing at The Bulletin
Chief Myers received a dispatch from
Paducah yesterday afternoon, asking him
to look out for two valises which had been
stolen from the steamer W. A. Johnson
and, it was thought, were being brought
down here by the thieves, on the steamer
Try Mary Ann. 3t
A passenger train on the Illinois Cen
tral was pasiing Fourth street yesterday
afternoon, a drayman named Pat Greany
sought to drive across the track. The bind
end of the advancing car struck the dray,
broke a wheel scattered the flour all over
the street and nearly injured the mule.
Wedding invitations at The Bulletin
The meeting of the W. & O. Mutual
Aid Society last night was not so Btormy as
previous otes. The one-man-power con
tinues as heretofore; a couple of grocery
dealers kicked over the traces; tho three
suspended members declined to bo res
tated, and that was about all of interest that
mule for sile; $100 offered, $110
asked; sound, gentle, strong, and a go id
puller. Apply to C. Hughes, Bulletin
The Jewish people in the city cele
brated one of their annual holidays yester
day, the merchants among them closing
all their stores until night. The namo of
the day in Jewish chronology is known as
"Riich IJosh Ana." Another holiday style!
"Vom Kippur" will be likewise observed
in about a week.
Try Mary Ann. 3t
Mr. Wendling was lately interviewed
at St. J iscpli, Miss mri, by a reporter of
the Gazette of that city. Among other
things he said that durini? the nast four
weeks he had traveled extensively in five
states-Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Iowa and
Missouri; and he had found that unques
tionably the Democratic heart is for tho
old ticket Tilden aud Hendricks.
The following states will hold elections
this full: Ohio and Iowa, the second
Tuesday in October; Maryland, Massachu
sotls, Mississippi, Nebraska, New Jersey,
Now York, Pennsylvania and Virg'ina, tho
first Tuesday after the first Monday in
November. Of these mates Iowa, Mary
land, Massachusetts, New Jersey and Ohio
elect governors; tho others only minor
The stono pavement in front of The
Bulletin office and It. II, Cunningham's
building was finished yesterday. Itisa
vast improvement over tho rickety old
wooden walk that it displace.', nnd when
tho saiui) sort of pavement Is laid in front
of tho whole block strangers will receive a
mora favoniblo impression of tho city than
has been the case heretofore.
An attempt was mado Monday night
to set tiro to tho drift building In Spring
Bold block, occupied by N. B. Thlstlowood.
The "fire-bug" poured coal oil over tho
floor and on bagging itorod in tho back
end of tho store room, through a broken
light in the door, aud then threw in a box
of burning matches wrapped in'a handkor
chief. The floor was charred whore the
matches fell, and the handkerchief nearly
all burned up, but tho oil failed to catch
It seems almost a miracle. With tho high
wind that prevailed tho fire, if it had start
ed, would undoubtedly havo swept tho
Rev. B. Y. Georgo left yesterday
morninii for Mt. Vernon, to attend tho
Presbyterian conference Ho will return
about Friday, will hold preparatory bit
vices on Saturday night, for tho holy sacro'
incut which is to be administered Sunday,
and will on the latter day also preach his
farewell sermon to the congregation here,
leaving after that for his new charge.
The stock holders meeting of
the Cairo Street Railway company
was held at the offico of Mr
Thomas Lewis Monday night, and the foh
lowing gentlemen were elected a hoard of
directors for the next ensuing year: Mr. J
A. Goldstine, Mr. C. V. Neff, Mr. Albert
Lewis, Mr. Thomas Lewis, Mr. Harris
Scliullzo and Mr. II. Bloms. The board
will meet in a few dys to select its officers
for next year.
Civil Engineer Charles Thrupp has
been for several days at work making sur
veys on the several streets that are to bo
raised to the grade of Washington avenue
below Eighteenth street. The streets to bo
raised arc Sixth, Seventh, Fourteenth,
Nineteenth, Washington avenue above
Eighteenth, Poplar street above Twentietli
and Commercial above Twentieth. Ho
was surveying Fourteenth street yesterday.
Supterintendent W. G. Davis, of the
Cairo Oil Works company, is in the city
acain, having summered in Nashville. He
returned yesterday from St. Louis,
and will now devoto himself
to preparing tho oil works for an
early start, Mr. Divis hopes to have tho
works runni lg in full blast within twenty
days from now and says that the present
outlook indicates a more prosperous season
than the mills have had since their estab
It is confidently asserted by those who
claim have seen them, that just proceeding
and during the shower that came upon us
Sunday night and Monday, a t'reat swarm
of grass-hoppers alighted in the vicinity ot
St. Patrick's church, covering the froDt and
one side of that building until its color of
virgin white was changed to a dusky gray.
A good cntimologist and meteorologists
says this phenomenon was the result of the
col l wave in the northwest, which induced
the hoppers to seek a warmer climate.
- The "high grade" has apparently lost
its i;rip, at least for the present, but never
nrn 1, "Schust wait 'til Gristmas," We'll
all be high grade together and business
will be climbing up stairs about the 1st
of March. If people are satisfied w.th a
villas,'!; and don't want a city all right. The
publisher of The Bulletin has one hun
dredjfeet fronting on Railroad street, twenty
feet deep that, with a prospect of 100
feet of area wall and same in street filling,
wis not for sale if the city wa9 to bo raised.
These lota are now in the market with the
old maid's motto tacked on, "No reasona
ble offer refused."
The colored men are again coming to
the front. They claim that tho colored lino
is still drawn, and the colored people do
not have an equal show in the race for life,
liberty Hiid the pursuit of happiness. Fred.
DoiL-Iaes, in the Louisville colored conven
tion, entered a strong protest against hispco
pie being shut out of trades' unions and their
sliai;; of government offices. Now we are to
have an Illinois colored convention, which
threatens to cat-t its votes where they will
do the most good for the colored race.
Republican papers all over the state are
becoming alarmed for the safety of tho
great Republican party, and are persisantly
reminding tho colored voter of tho great
debt his raci owes to that party, etc., etc.
liu why waste time. A colored man does
not dire vote anything but the straight
Yesterday in the Jewish calendar was
Rosli II ashanah, the first day of tho month
Tishri, New Year of the year 5644. This
year which will end September 19, 1884, is
the first of the 298th lunar cycle, the 16th
of the 202d solar cycle, tho second year of
the Sabbatical era, and the 1815th since
the destruction of the second temple. Tho
year 5014 is regular and contains 834 days.
It is the 2125th of the era of the Seleucidtc
tho 1881th of the Christian area, and tho
1304th ot tho Mohammedan. The four
"Tokoiiphot," or seasons, begins as follows:
Autumn at 0 o'clock p. m. October, C;
winter at 4:30 a, m. January 6; 'spring at
midday April 7, and summer at 7:30 p. m.
July 0. Tuesday or Wednesday next, or
rather, beginning on Monday cveniug, ac
cording to Jewish custom, the great festi
val will be celebrated with all religious
and social njoicing.
Tho Washington correspondent of tho
Cleveland Leader writes: Thu Washing
ton monument is tho wonder of Washing'
ton, and its beauty the admiration of both
American nnd foreigners. Already over
350 feet high, it rises Irom tho banks of
tho Potomac a great white marble shaft,
piercing tho clouds, and backed against
thu blue of tho sky. It Is already the
grimiest obelisk the world has ever seen,
and in the icons of tho future, should the
nations of tho day pass away, leaving no
uioro records of their progress than tho
mighty ones of tho Egyptian past, it wll
surpass tho Pyramids in tho wonder of its
construction. It is already higher than tho
Third Pyramid, and within a hundred feet
of thu sizo of tho second. It is taller than
HEALTH and COMFORT!
Disinfect your PRKJIISES. We have a limns
COPPERAS, CHLORIDE of LIME,
BR0JI0 CHLOKALUM, GIltONDIN,
CARBOLIC ACID, Etc, Etc,
Also GKNUINE DALMATIAN'
WM. M. DAVIDSON,
STOVES, RANGES, FURxVACES,
Tin, Copper and iVtratc; Ironware.
Jiootiiiir, fluttering ami all
and Mieet J run
Sos. 25 & 27,
TKLH I'HUN K NO. :.'(.
St. Peter's Cathedral, and when finished it
will be the highest structure in the world.
To-day the Cathedral of Cologne, 512 feet
high is the tallest work in the world.
Next comes to the Great Pyramid, 483 feet
high; then the Strassburg Cathedral, 473
feet; then the Second Pyramid 453; then
St. Peter's 430; St. Stephen's at Vienna,
443; and St. Paul's at Loudon, 384.
Verm or, conducting the "Weather
Bulletin" department of the New York
Country Merchant, with his olliee at Mon- j
treal, Canada, advises the world to be pre
pared for an early cold wintry snap in
October; ''but," he add-, "remember that
winter is not yet?" Christmas will proba
bly be "green" and wet, and the New Year
of 1884 balmy and open. The entry of
December will be v. ry cold ; its exit just
the opposite, with searci'y of snow in ma
jority of sections. The i:p nnd-down "chop
wave" condition of the temperature line is
likely to continue through the autumn
months. There is coriii !erble warmth yet
due the year 1883 in most qti irters of the
northern hemisphere. The fore portion of
the month will probably be very fine, with
warm weather, frosts aic likely to occur
about thu 5th or Ch, and this condition
will be followed by a rather cold, wet and
unsettled pcrio l. Tlx- latter half of the
month develop a number of severe stor
The council meet m:: la.it night was a
tame affair. Not a ripple disturbed its
placid smoothness. The business was all
routine and will be found in full, in tho
course of time, in Bill Scott's newspaper.
Bills were read and referred and theu a
resolution was passed instructing ordinance
committee to present an ordinance requir
ing stono pavement to be built on Levee
street from Fourth to Eighth street.
Alderman Patier offered a resolution in
structing the drafting of ordinance fixing
the grade of the city at the present grade
ot Commercial avenue, but afterward with
drew the resolution, but requested that it
appear in the minutes of tho meeting.
Rev. B. Y. George's resignation as direc
tor of the Public Library was read and ac
cepted as Mr. George was soon to leave the
Alderman McIIalo offered a resolution
that carried, that the committees sitting in
council on the "High Grade" ordinance bo
instructed to report at tho next meeting
that it is not advisable at the present stage
of tho river. Ed. to interfere with tho es
tablished grade of Commercial avenue, aud
then the council adjourned.
Wo the undersigned are totally opposed
to any chatigo of grade on Commercial ave
nue as indicated in high grade ordinance
before the council at the present tune:
R. H. Clnninoham.
John T. Rknnik.
T. J. Kkhth.
Mrs. Ellen McCarthy.
John A. Kokiileh.
Mrs. Ellen Siikkhan.
E. A. Buiier.
Geoim k Lattnkk.
T. N. Kimbrouuii.
W. O. CAflY.
As will bo seen the signers of tho above
card are unconditionally opposed to high
grado, and will continue so until tho next
flood and possibly longer. It is in order for
thoso now In favor ot it to show their haud
as it were; como out with a card.
74 OH IO I. FA' KK
ami ( or. fltli & Wnsli. Ave.
kinds of work in Tin, Copper
done to order.
8th St., Cairo.
NEW YORK STOliK,
WHOLESALE AND KrAlI.
The Largest Variety Mock
IN TIIK CITY.
. . . v . i i " T TV f . T ft r I WL
liUUlnnUbi' vrivi Lvr,
O. (J. PATIEK CO..
Cor, Nii!tnnth t:oil I ( "il ifO 111.
fon-ro.rnal Avor,n ' w.m.
us. B.sarru. ' ohbt a. with.
Grand Central Store.
CAIRO. - - TLIi.
J-J 1. IJSTCJi!,
Mamifacturor iindDualer In
tltb Btruoii between Coni'l Avt. uutt Levee
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OK AMUNlTION.
(Jnf KaaolrHd. AH Kind nl Kev ""Hn.
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
fTighest Cash Price P&id for Wheat.
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