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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORtflAG, OCTOBER 11, ia
notice In thl eoiamn. eignt centi par lln i for
tlon. For one wk. so cents per line. For on
month. (M) cents per II us
Furnished kooms for rent, northeast
corner 1Kb and Washington avenue.
Dwelling and 4 loU on 12th street, known
as the Harmon place. Also several other
parcels improved and unimproved. Enquire
of G. 8. Pidgcon or M. J. Ilowley. lw
Saddle Rock Oysters at DeBaun 56 Ohio
Apples! Butter! Flour!
Nicer, better, cheaper. Call at No. 21 8th
street, or telephone No. 83.
102 1m 0. M. Aldbn.
Ovsters in every style at Geo. Lattner's
No. 75 Commercial avenue. 818-lni
To Whom it May Concern
We will positively retuso to pay bills
nut accompanied with an order indorsed
by the below named firm or by one autho
rized to give orders fr said firm. By or
der of - Lancaster & Rice.
will buy a good meal cooked to order at
De Baun's. tf
Restaurant and Oyster H mse, 56 Ohio
.New BliU'ksimtli Shop.
A new horse shoeing shop has been open
ed by Mr. P. Powers on Tenth street. All
manner of blackstnitbiug and wagon work
done to order. Repairing work a specialty.
Work done promptly. .. tf
will buv a god meil cooked to order at
bEE a woman in anotner column near
Speer'a Vineyards, picking grapes from
which Spier's Port Grape wine is made,
that is so highly esteemed by the medical
profession, for the use of invalids, weakly
persons and the aged. Sold by druggists.
Hjt cofft-e and sandwiches at Geo. Latt
ner's, No. 75 Commercial avenue.
A General Stampede.
N'-ver was such a rush made for any
Drug Store as is now at Barclay Bros'
for a trial bottle of Dr. King's New Dis
covery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds,
All persons affected with Asthma, Bron
chitis, Hoarseness, Severe Coughs, or any
affection of the Throat and Lungs, can get
a trial bottle of this great remedy free, by
calling at above Drug Store. (4)
will buy a goo 1 meal cooked to order, at
Mensmax's I'kitosized Bkkk Tonic, the
only prermrtion of beet" containing its entire
nutritious properties. It contains blood
making, force generating and life sustain
ing properties; invaluable for Indigestion,
Dyspepsia, nervous prostration, and all
forms of general debility; also, in all en
feebled conditions, whether the result of
exhaustion, nervous prostration, overwork,
or acute disease, particularly if resulting
from pulmonary romplaints. Caswell,
Hazard, & Co., Proprietors, New York.
Sold by Druggists. (3)
Emory'a Little Cathartic is the best and
only reliable Liver IMl known, never fails
with the most obstinate cases, purely vege
table. 15 cents. (1)
True to Her Trust.
Too much cannot bo said of the ever
faithful wife and mother, constantly watch
ing awl caring for her dear ones, never neg
lecting a single duty in their behalf. When
they are assailed by disease, and thes)s
tem should have a thorough cleansing, the
stomach and lxwels regulated, blood puri
fied, and malarial poison exterminated, she
must know that Electric Hitters arc the only
sure remedy. They are the best and purest
medicine in the world and only cost fifty
cents. Sold by Barclay Bros. (4)
In JSOrT AND HUT
"We wish to call your attention to our most elegant line
of BOYS' and CHILDREN'S ready-made Suits for the FALL
and WINTER season, 'which we can hay without contradic
tion to show yon the largest and hest assorted stock in the
city. We have paid particular attention in selecting our
Boys' and Children's stock to et all the LATEST STYLES
and the new novelties, and we
KNEE-PANTS imamiiloo CHILD'S WAISTS
and will sell them takinif in consideration the way t hey are
made and trimmed for less money than any house in South
ern Illinois. Before buying elsewhere examine our elegant
stock, and be convinced of what we say.
Cor. 8th St. & Com'l Ave.
M. Werner & Son,
The Daily Bulletin.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS
Notice! in taese eoiamn. inn eonts per lino,
-h inaartlnn inri whether marked or net, if olcu
luted to toward iny min i business Interest are
always paid fur.
Thn nnstofflce at Danville. Ills., was
broken into and robbed Tuesday night.
New type at The Bulletin' oflko.
To-day is Yora Kippur, another im
portant Jewish holiday that is being duly
observed by the Hebrews of the city.
Tho river stood seven feet eight inches
on the gauge last evening, having risen
four inches during the previous twenty-four
Job printing at Tub Bulletin office
Mr. Lon Daniels has permitted it to be
known in this city, that he will start tor
Europo before long with one of llaverly i
monstrous minstrel combinations.
Mr. Richard A. Vaughan his resigned
his position inlthe Mobile and Ohio railroa.i
office and will go to St. L"uis to take one
of two good positions offered him there.
New presses at The Bulletin offici
A double case gold watch, fine move
ment and in perfect order, belonging to
Mr. W. F. Lamhdin, passenger a.enf, will
be raffled off at the European hotel on
Saturday, the 20th instant.
Mr. Harry Walker has his now opera
chairs up in his little theitre, and they
are a marvel of cosiness and comfort,
making the Theatre Coroique internally one
of the neatest of its kind ia the state.
""-Printing and ruling at The Bulletin
Mr. Alonzo A. Ilaynes, of Fulton, Ky.,
was in the city yesterday, accompanied by
hia little son. He had been to it. Louis,
Chicago and other cities purchasing gooods.
He is doing a good business atFuiton.
--Mr. Harry C. Lentz has gone to Zines-
ville to bring home his mother and sisttr.
In a letter received by his wife to-day lie
states that his mother's health is somewhat
improved, and they will start for Cairo in a
Commercial printing at The Bulletin
Little Wallie Hawkins has a position
in a telegraph office in Milwaukee, Wis., at
a salary of $100 per month, which he
Bends to "the old folks at home" every
month. He is considered oae of the best
Mr. Charles R. Bacon, treasurer and
advance agent of the Adah Richmond Com
edy company, was in the city yesterday, in
conference with Capt. Shields concerning
the appearance of his company here next
The steamer John Dippoll and three
or four barges are still on the ways at
Mound City. There is no immediate pros
pect of a cessation of the rush of business
to which the ways have been subjected
Bince the advent of the new organization.
Wedding invitations at The Bulletin
'Mary Ann," "Try M iry Ann" and
'Mary Ann is good," is the verdict of
smoker! when speaking of the new brawl
of cigars sold wholesale by U. Meyers. Ct
Mr. James Gr&ney, while looking for
bis own cow above the city last Tuesday,
discovered the carcas of a line cow, lying
at a point between Gose Pond and the
Illinois Central nilna 1. The presumption
is that some citizen has lost the cow and
doesn't know what became of her.
Mr. Mathtw Walsh, for some time
cashier at the Mobile and Ohio nilrovi
office, has resigned his position there and
will leave to-day for Texarkana to assume
a similar position in a railroad office there
MA UK TO
under Mr. II. II. Milburn. Mr. Walsh
will be succeeded hero by Mr. James C.
Stewuit, soii-iudaw of Cipt. James. F. Mil
ler. From a recent letter to a citizen here,
by B. F. Livingston, of Waldo, Florida,
the owner of considerable real estate in this
city, we quote the following: ''Say toTnu
Bulletin that B. F. Livingston is in favor
of filling tho city if it takes bis last house
or lot to do it."
Mr. Julius Sarbian finished bis work
on Cross levee Saturday afternoon, and to
dny, or as soon as the weather will permit,
ho will begin work on upper Commercial
avenue, the westerly half of which is to he
raised to a level with the rest of the avenue
below Twentieth street.
Tho important case in which Mr
Leek is taking depositions at St. Louis this
week is that of MahatFe vs. the Texas and
St. Louis railroad company, in which five
thousand dollars is demanded of defendant
for the killingof one of complainant's family
on defendant's road some time ao, Mr.
Leek will return to-day.
The New Burnside man who got :n
trouble here a few oighta ago has sent tor
his money, claiming 105, though only f
weie found under his pilow. The presump
tion is that the woman with whom he came
got 120 of the money. Officers JIaliinov
and Bougher are working up the esse, but
there is no hope of getting the missing f '20,
as the woman ia gone.
Dr. W. C. Jocelyn has concluded to
shake the dust of Cairo from his feet and
remove to Centralis there to engage exten-
lively in the musical instrument business.
In this morning's issue ofTiiK Bulletin he
a iverises a grind closing out Bile ot what
instruments he his on hand, which will be
a preparatory step to his departure. Ilia
permanent departure will be regretted by
the many wlnse frienlship he and his ex
cellent family have gained during their resi
dence among us.
Yesterd-ty Officer McTiu'U-?, at the in
stance of Marshal W. A. Waters, ot Morely,
Mo., arrested an employe of the Ik i factory,
named J ike Livingston, who was charged
with having embezzled f 140, being the pro
ceeds of a car-load of water melons which
ivingston had sold at St. Louis for a man
in Morely, named Craig. Livingston went
quietly with the marshal, promising to
work out the amount if Craig would let him
and not prefer any charges against him.
The removal of the superintendent's
and train dispatcher's offices of the Wabash
ad from this city would almost cause the
vacation of the elegant building hitherto
occupied by these and other offices of the
company, on Ohio levee; but it is the inten
tion to establish a ticket office in the front
part of the room and besides these Mr. N.
S. Pennington will hold bis office there and
the railroad's telegraph office will also re
The upper floor of the Union depot is
entirely vacant since the removal of the
freight offices of the Wabash and I r-n
Mountain roads to the depot of the Mobile
and Ohio road. The rooms are all nicely
furnished, well lighted and airy ofthe most
convenient and pleasant iu the city for of
fice putpoes, and they will probably not
remain vicant very long. It is understood
that one Buit ot them is to be occapled by
the mail transfer clerk recently stationed
Orders were received here yesterday
for the removal of the superintendent's and
train dispatcher's offices of the Wabash, St.
Louis Pacific road from this city to Mt.
Carmtl next Sunday. Accordingly things
are a little confused in the offices here;
oil tiles are being overhauled and every
thing is being lookei over and put In order
for transportation. The new offices of the
company at Mt. Carmcl will not be as ele
gant as th'i-e here, nor as convenient, but
wi;l be in keeping wi'.h the surroundings,
an 1 the disadvantages in this respect will
be amply made up in better facilities for
d iiii' the business by reason of a uiore
C'litra oration on the ine.
Mr. W. F. LaiiibJin, proprietor of the
!!-l .ii) d an J ill f.te l "Mystics," has sig
iiified his iijteii'ion of coming down hrre
again at s uae time ir, the near future and
re kerning himae'.f. No one hopes more
than we that he will succeed in doing so.
Mr. Lamb I'D wai the solid man of the
Company footing ail the bills, and he was
therefori! the priticlpil sulTerer as tho mcni
bem of the company, including tho very
attractive "manager," didn't have anything
to lose. Thru.;bout tin; unpleasant nitua
ti in of hi late company here, Mr. Lamb
diti le.re himu'lf us a gentleman, hx'king at
bin i'.l I M ine viy philosophically and rt
giettinii deeply 'he disappointment to
which the few w ho attended the "how"
were subjected whif.h hu h id, in a measure
foreseen and tried in vain to avert. Ho de
serves, to fare better, and he will if , will
not allow himself to be dictated toby
During the concert recently at the
Opera IIoijM., by the ..u,(;,,yj company
arid after the old gentleman had executed
several beiutiful (selections in a rniwlerljr
manner to the intrust) intmfactlou of the
entire audience, a handsome b ouet of tint
urnl lluwers wm sint upon the stL' by
niine one in tin) audience an a tribute- of
admiration to Prof, Keineijyi. j ,e donor
wan Mrs. J. A. Ooldatiiie who, with Mr
(J il define, bad heard the dintiriguinhe
vi'iiiimt tie'ore In .'Sew loik City, where bo
had played to an audience compoiMtd
thoUfa'ids whij were so enraptured with, the
grand strains tho performer produced from
his instrument, that at tho close of the per
foruianco they presented him with a flue
watch and chain as a token of their admi
ration. Mr. Itemenyi has acknowledge!
tho receipt of tho bouqet from Mrs. Gold
stine in tho following letter, written by
him from Fulton, Ky., while enroute to
'Dear Madam: Not having tho honor
and pleasure to knew you personally, I was
agreeably surprised to receive last night at
the Concert I gave in Cairo, a handsome
bouquet with your name hanging oa the
tlorai tnoute l liopert to seo you somehow
or other, but unfortunately you mado not
your appearance, auu so I must take refuge
to these lines inthunking you with all my
Heart tor your knul ana gracious gitt.
I hope I will have the pleasure to see
you next April, when I will have again the
honor to play at Cairo.
Your very obedient servant,
Those who attended the performance will
be delighted to learn that "the old gentle
man tiddler" will return in April and it is
certainly to be hoped that then the Opera
House will be crowded. It may be the
last time many in Cairo will have an oppor
tunity to hear a really great violinist.
The county road, so fur as it has been
gravelled, is in tine condition. The late
rains have made the gravel pack down
solidly causing it to present a firm surface.
At several points, however, the gravel has
been cut away some by vehicles, which was
done while the gravel was yet dry. There
are being repaired at the instance of Com
missioner Halliday. The work of gravel
ling has been interrputed by late rains, but
progresses rapidly enough and will be fin
ished in a week or two. It would have
been desirable, of course, to have the gravel
spread over the road about 6ix feet wider,
but the county funis will not permit it
right now. At some fu'ure time the gravel
covering may be widened, and, in the
meantime, we will hive as tinu a highway
for pleasure drives or other purposes as any
county in the state can boast of.
A jury at Burlington, Kan., went out on
a strike last week and came off victorious.
It occurred in this way: In a criminal
case before a justice, the jury retired to
make up the verdict. Upon returning to
court, the justice asked if they had agreed
upon a ver lict. The fireman replied that
they had, but would not render it until
their fees as jurymen were paid; that they
had been taken from their busiuess and
made involuntary attendants at the trial for
a small fee and to the serious detriment of
their business; that they considered their
rights as important as those involved in the
trial; that frequently they had lost even the
small fees to which they were entitled by
law; they, therefore, would not give a ver
dict until they got their money. The court
insisted, but the jury hel l that while the
law compelled them to sit a jurors it did
not compel them to render a verdict, and
they would not do so until paid their fees.
The parties to the case thee consulted and
aid the fees. The jury took the money
and returned their verdict, and were dis
charged. It this strike is catching, and is
ma le a precedent hy j usticc juries general
ly, litigants will be a little careful how
they call tor their peers to sit on their
.Men much exposed to the weather praise
the great pain-cure, St. Jacobs Oil. O. W.
naiiing, L?q., bupt. Police, ew lork
City, and Sam'l B. Oiven, Esq., Chief of
Police, Philadelphia, Fa., endorse and
-Grand opening to-day, at Mrs. S. Will-
ianiROQe! A great surprise awaits the la
dies of Cairo at the establishment of Mrs. 3.
Wiiiiamson on Seventh street to-day, and
none should fail to go and
experience the pleasant seusauon.
Mr0. Williamson has returned from
the north and has brought with her a larger
and finer stock of millinery goods and no
tions than ever before all of which may
now be teen iu elegant array at her store.
A description of the latest articles of ladies'
wecr, even though it comes from the pen
of an experienced fashion writer, can but
give the reader an imperfect idea of the
article discribed ; to gain a full, correct idea
the article it must be seen and to this end, to
become thoroughly posted as to what they
should wear and how they should wear it,
the ladic? of Cairo must visit the establish
ment ot Mrs. W. and see there the magni
ficent array of beautiful things in endless
variety which hhe has just brought from the
emporiums of fashion in the great cities. It
LOVE AND LW.
The St. Louis papers speak highly of the
new comedy drama, in which the Nobles'
combination appear at the Opera House
to-morrow night, and without doubt, it
contains more dramatic power, than any
drama in whu h the distinguished actor has
yet appeared, Milton Nobles in addition
to being an actor of much more than aver
age ability, occupies a high position in the
literary world as a play writer and author,
and that he should have accumulated a tine
fortune in the years that ho has appeared
before the American people, is not surpris
ing when the industry and energy of tho
man is taken into account.
"Love arid Law" is the production of his
own brain and excels either "Phom'u" or
"Interviews'' in point of dramatic incident
and fpmeritl stage effect.
Miss Dollio Nobles handles the character
of Itetta, the singing, laughing flower girl,
to perfect ion and captures the audienco by
her sweet face arid gentle manners.
We hope our amusement loving pooplo
will giro the company a splendid reception.
HEALTH and COMFORT!
Disinfect jour PBRMISES. We have a lui ite
COPPERAS, CHLORIDE of LIME,
RR0M0 CHL0RALUM, (ilRONDIN,
CARBOLIC ACID, Etc., Etc.,
Also GEXUINE DALMATIAN
' WM. JI. DAV1DS0N7
STOVES, RANGES, FURNACES,
Tin, Copper and A-gate Ironware.
Hooting (iuttHii jind all kinds of work in Tin, Copper
iind Sheet Iron done to order.
Nos. 25 & 27, 8th St., Cairo.
TKbUMIONK NO. -.
PIANOS AjtI) OKGAHS!
Do not forget the Closing Out
"W. C. JOCELYN'S
Xo. 128 Commercial Avenue.
MUST WW CLOSED OUT AT ONCE.
Persons contemplating purchasing a Piano or Oriran
within the next few months, it will be to their advantage to
call and examine the above stock, as the same will be posi
tively closed out at reduced prices.
IF YOU DO,
If you want to ndl unytliin,
If you want to ruy anything,
If you want to inmi.su your buainc,
If you want to hire anyone,
If you want a situation.
If you havu a lioiiri) to rt n',
If you want to runt a houu,
Advertii-c in Tin: Cairo JJci.u.tin.
Why suffer with M d iri'i? Km try's Stand
ard ('lire Pills are iiifalliaWIe, never fail to
cure the uioht (.b.-tinate cases; purely vege
table. v'-'i rents. (2)
KKi'OKT OK Til K CONDITION
CITY NATION A j HANK
t Cairo, lu Hits SlHt"! el lllmulH, at tho clone of
October 2nd. HUM
I.ottii and dlfcutnjiH fj.M.rii IS
OviTiIrnfiH sii-lW W
U.S. bonds to swip! t'iKiilit-
Uou ,rpe.ii no
V.H. bmid mi hand '.Ml I"'
Other torki, bunds unit inort
K H ,;.' 17
Duo from utitinnrd phith:
aip-titH ? '.-4."U Kl
Dun from otlmr Nitlliiniil ImtiLn -".1,175 ti
Dun from hlntu Imlikn mid
Hi'Ul eel Mr, lurmtiiri' mid II x -
tnri'n -.VHu I'H
Currt'iil. extii'iici'it itml Ihxch
I'ri nilunia pnld liil It
riiw k and oiIht i hi-Ii il nif . l.lMi l'
111 1 1 n of otlcr llmik ll,:iiH in i
Nlekela and irnni:i T.Vihh
(iold $..!MH mi
HllviT K,77:l IM '.Ti.i.KI KI
l.taml '1'i'ijili r riol' H !.'. n m (m M.IMS liS
lti!di!tnitlon fund wllli C K.
TreanuriT, (.1 ht tmil. of
circulation) l.'.'.V" '
Totai $wai,HS5 W
Capital mnck paid in. w.m mi
hurplua Fund Mu.m
Cndlvlil.id I'rotliH M,8ll Tn-iiM.BM 70
National bunk miles otilaland-
Iiividfiida unpaid 30 no
Individual driionlU rulileCI to
chuck .lM,4f.S HI
lli-tnaud (iirtlllciiti'aofili'pOHlt , J'i.i.M W
Dun to atti.tr National bunko.. 7,'M I'll
Dud to SI uto banks and lntnk-
,.r tiS.KHI ir. 1!
Notm and Hills ru-dlstoiiMud, WVH) ml
Totai $IW,HS5 8U
HtaK1 of Illinois, county of Alexander. .
I, Tho. W. Iliilliduy, C'iicIiIit of III" above tiamurl
batik, do mil en i lily awttur that the above alHti'tiiuiit
In truu to the bust of my kntiwIcdKu and bcllrf.
Tim. W. 1 1 Ai.i.i ia r . CaKlner.
Sulnrrlburt and swum to btd'irit inn thin Htltday
of October, lttsl. I. !. IIAVM'.V.
It. It. CtlNMNIIUAMi I
o. I). Williamson, V Directors,
11. L, llAimiAr, I
74 OHIO L;ii:v KK
and (or. lith & Wash. Ave.
Sale of Pianos and Organs at
(JAIR0 OPERA H0USK.
10th YEAR! 10th YEAK! 10th YEAH!
I'ositivcly One Night duly.
FRIDAY EVE., October 12.
Euk'sfniciit of the eminent Comedian and
1 Irani at :t ,
asidfl' d by the younjf and it'fled I'omudluttna an
Superb Company 1? Comedians
riilDAY EVENING, OCT. IJih, will be produced
LOVE AND LAW!
an ordinal American Mitlo-Draina, by
Kitl.lX OTAKK, attoriify al law, New York.
ilateof Dublin SIII.TON NOIH.KS
KN(H'MroK M KNEHY AND INCIDENTS.
Ai t l.- J.ove. The Inspiration .
hcftm 1. Mrs .Montagu' s collate In Seport.
Sc iiea A strt-et In Newport. Mcein" H Giovan
ni ('null's cellar, ( rosliy utri'et, New York City.
Ai-t II l.ovii. The KealUation. (ilu residence
of Airs. .Montague, .Madison hquare, N. Y City.)
Ait III. --Law. 'I'll ii Consummation
Scene 1. - Law offlre ol Flint 4 O l'ulT. Scene S.
-A street In Maw York City. So lie 8 Tho den
of (ilovannl Contl. .....
OlilGINAL Ml' SIC INCIDENTAL lotM) I'l.AY.
Act I. Scene l.-HoliK, "La i'oilvra Itallano,
( . , . Hltta
,.t II -itlla'il,"Woolnu" Hnta
Act III. -Scent) 2 "H looka like a Dude,
ry"Admlslon i'i, Ml slid "fi rents. No extra
rhiirue for reserved seals. Tlckrls on rulu at
lluib r's Jewelry store. .
(JAIK0 OPfittA HOUSE.
()nn NiKht Only.
TUESDAY, October 16.
EniiaKemcnt or tho famous
j ADAH IllCHMONDII
Incluillnii the Iltiorlcss HlnuInK Comodloniio,
and tho l'opnlar Comedian,
Ii. E. GRAHAM,
producln In maunlllcettt style, tho latest Now
ilrniiutliod from nkwlch of Jnnquln Hillvr, by M.
. . .1. .. i i. nuVi mnml nnil It. K.
Graham will Itit
raham will Introduce thtilr popu'ar soniis. ' Ker-
rv s nance," "The Lauxhln Iro-p ( ri, "ino
Charleston niats., "Homo Day," "llye llye, Daby"
aim "oweei viuiuie.
IWI'rlcci and rosorveil seal as usual, 113, M
and 75 cents, on tale at "tutor 'i,