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THE DAIM CAIRO BULLKTIN: WEDNESDAY MORNIAG. OCTOBER 17, 13
A ntir.et lu tttu column, eiitnt cent per line tot
Brilnt (W cenii por line cuhui.h
tlon. Kof ona,,wk. l cuuti pet Una. For on
nionth, 60 cente Pr line
Dissolution of Partnership.
By mutual agreement the business part
nership until now existing between diaries
Teuchter and Siepheo Schwanitz, undor
the firm name ot Fuuchter & Schwanitz, ii
this day dissolved.
Tlio busirjess of the old firm will be con
tinued as heretotoro by Charloa Feuchter,
who will collect all debts due the old firm
and assume all the liabilities of said firm.
5t Stephen Schwanitz.
Editor Buuhtis: Please reverse the
notice of yesterday against me, the wife of
II. Frohina, and notify all persons not to
sell auy kind of intoxicating drinks to II.
Frohma as he spends all my money and
my childs. 2t Mas. M. Fiiouma.
All persons interested are notified not to
pay rent or money due for rent, to my buB
band, II. Frohma, as he is not authorized
to collect and if paid to him will have to
be paid over againt o roe.
2t Mns. M. Frohma.
Household and Kitchen Furniture at 2
o'clock this afternoon, on 8th street, im
mediately after tho sale of Horse and Car
nage, by John Koeves, auctioneer.
It G. M. Aukn.
A large Horse, Rockaway and Harness at
No. 31 Eighth street on Wednesday, Oct.
17th, at 10:30 o'clock a. m.
3t J. A. Reeve, Auctioneer.
A package containing tax paid spirit
stamps addressed to the undersigned. Any
person finding the name will be liberally
rewarded by returning it to Loflin's book
store on 8th street. The package is of no
value, except to the owner.
3t II. C. LOFLIN.
Argus copy 3 times.
Hot coffee and sandwiches at Geo. Latt
ner's, No. 75 Commercial avenue.
will buy a good meal cooked to order, at
FniNisiiED rooms for rent, northeast
corner 11th and Washington avenue.
1001m Mrs. Ahsa Farrell.
Dwelling and 4 lots on 12th street, known
as the Harmon place, Also several other
parcels improved and unimproved. Enquiro
of G. 3. Pidgeon or M. J. Howley. lw
Saddle Rock Oysters at PeBaun 50 Ohio
Apples! Bntterl Flourl
Nicer, better, cheaper. Call at No. 21 8th
street, or telephone No. 83.
102 1m G. M.Alden.
Oysters in every style at Goo. Lattner's
No. 73 Otumerciil avenue. 818-lm
To Whom it May Concern
We will potitively rclu.se to pay bills
not acoouip tuie i with an order indorsed
by the below named tirrn or by one autho
rized to give orlers fur said firm. By or
der of Lancaster & Rice.
will buy a good meal cooked to order at
Do Baun's. tf
Restaurant and Oyster Iluso, 50 Ohio
Sew Blacksmith Shop.
A new horse shoeing shop has been open
ed by Mr. l Bowers on Tenth street. All
manner of blicksmitbing and wagon work
done to order. Repairing work a specialty.
WorK done promptly. tf
will buv a good meal cooked to order ut
In SOFT AND f-TIFK
Ve wish to call your attention to our most elegant lino
of BOYS' and CHILDREN'S ready-made Suits for the FAMj
and WINTER reason, which we can say without contradic
tion to show you the largest and best assorted stock in the
city. We have paid particular attention in selecting our
Boys' and Children's stock to get all the LATEST STYLUS
and the new novelties, and we
KNEE-PANTS truarauteo CHILD'S WAISTS
and will sell them takinsr 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.
a Specialty.l JL. Werner & Son,
At Appraised Value, Cheap Goods.
We shall uffur on Moiday and until
closod out all tho remaining stock of tho
New York store which consists 'of Dry
Goods, Notions, Boots and SIioch, Ribbons
and many other goods at the appraised value
of 00c. on the dollar taken by us from tho
lato firm of 0. O. Patier & Co. This stock
consist of ovor twenty thousand dollars
worth of goods.
This will enablo tho trado to supply
themselves from such goods as aro left of
this great stock, very cheap. Give them a
rare chance to buy at one-half their cost.
Call and see the bargains and goods offered.
Wo are now receiving our fall stock all
fresh new goods bought irom first bands,
which we offer to tho trado at the lowest
possiblo prices, consisting of Dry Goods,
Notions, Boots and Shoes, Staple and Fancy
Groceries, in fact all goods needed for fami
To make room for our new goods wo
must closo out tho former stock of the old
firm of O. O. Fatior & Co. Call and buy
these goods at one-half their value.
1014-10d New York Store Co.
The Daily Bulletin.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices in ttieee common, ion contt pr line,
each tnnertlon and whetnor marKea or noi., n calcu
lated to Toward any raau'e biwlncus Intermit art)
1 wain paid for.
Hon. B. O. Jones, of Metropolis, wa3
in the city yesterday.
New typo at The Bulletin office.
The marino hospital matter is not dead.
It only sleepth.
"Rip Van Winklo" for tho first time in
Cairo Saturday matinee.
Job printing at The Bulletin office.
Mr. Fred Teichman is having a cigar
factory added to his cigar stand and billiard
Mr. Angus Leek is again out of tho
city on legal business, this time down
New presses at The Bulletin office.
Capt. Shields is able to be about again,
though his throat is still sore and trouble
some. Mr. Thomas Lewis has again been on
a tour of Kansas in the interest of his in
Printing Jandjruling at TheBulletin
"Celebrated Case" and "Streets of New
York," by tho Huntley combination, Fri
day and Saturday evenings.
Mr, Ry Alden, of Greenville, Miss.,
is in the city on a visit to relatives. He
will remain Boveral weeks.
Commercial printing at The Bulletin
ThoTUden and Hcndrick Club, of San
Francisco, numbers 1,000. The old ticket
takes on tho Pacific coast.
A notice iu special locals tolls of an
auction sale of household goods on Eighth
street this afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Wedding invitations at The Bulletin
Messrs. Coffee & Bross put up yester
day an ornameutal sign in front of their
drug store, indicating their business.
People interested In tho Frohma prop
erty as renters, &c, are referred to a notice
frem Mrs. Frohma in business locals.
For tho benefit of tho ladies we will
say that Mr. Hunt ey, of the Huntley com.
bination, is said to be tho handsomest man
upon the stage in tho United States,
There are several gentlemen in Cairo
who havo had the pleasure of seeing tho
Huntley Combination in all their plays and
pronounce the troupe first-class in every
A pretty story of a dog's fidelity comes
from Nethorwood, N.J. Tho master, Mr.
Walter S. Graham, was awakened one
MA DIC TO
Furnish g Goads
night liy tho animal climbing on his chest
and licking his face. Feeling that some
thing was wrong, he arose, and looking
out of tho window, observed two men on
the premises. Ho fired and ran down
stairs. Soon the house was discovered to
be on fire. The dog had saved his life and
that of the lninily.
The Huntley Combination, who appear
at the Opera House Friday and Saturday
evenings is, without doubt, the strongest
in detail of any which has appeared in
Cairo since the Opera llouao opened.
Reports lrom differont parts of this
county, concerning crops, aro to the effect
that the late rains have been worth many
thousands of dollars to tho farmers of the
county. Wheat in said to be especially fine
since tho rain,
A special terra of tho circuit court is
to be held in this county, begining on the
10th day of December, for the disposal of
common law and chancery business, No
jury will be impannelled. Judge Baker
Miss Floronco Kennedy, leading lady
in tho Huntley combination, in addition to
tie a most charming and talented actress,
occupies a very high position in tho social
world of Mobile, w'aere she was born and
St. Louis lias the politest lawyer in tho
country. A long and terrifflc peal of thun
der had stopped him in the midst ot an ad
dress to tho jury, and resuming he bowed
courteously and said: "Gentlemen, please
excuse this interruption."
J. II. Huntley's Combination at the
Opera House Friday aud Saturday even
ings with Saturday afternoon matinee.
Presenting Friday, Celebrated Case; Satur
day, Streets of New York; Matinie, Rip
Mr. Peter Neff and Mr. C. O. Patier
have bought out the entire business of
Messrs. Hinklo & Son, on Ohio levee and
and 8th street, and, we learn, will continue
the fresh meat business as heretofore. All
the trade will bo promptly supplied.
The Illinois State Christiau associa
tion, an organization opposed to secret so
cieties, held a convention at Sparta, Ills.,
recently. Among other things they de
cided that a mason gave up the right of
private judgment when heentered the lodge.
Messrs. Clark & Lovett, painters and
paper-hangers on Washington avenue, are
making home extensive improvements in
their establishment. Internally it is being
elaborately prepared, after having been en
larged, and a new plate glass front is to bo
put into the store soon, reaching nearly
from floor to ceiling.
Mr. H. Sanders has for nearly a year
mourned over the loss of a fine milk cow,
but there is a probability now that tho
animal has been found. A strange cow
answering in some important respects tho
description of Mr. Sunders' animal, was
found by Sheriff Hodges on bis farm up in
the county several days ago.
A law passed by tho last legislature
provides a fine of not less than $25 or more
than f r0 fr manufacturing, selling, offer
ing to sell, or keeping for Bale as cider vine
gar any compound not made exclusively
of apple cider. If the vinegar so made or
sold contains any substance that is injurious
to health tho puuishment is a fine of not
less than $100.
J no. Barton says, "The Bulletin can
not and will not work as cheaply for its
home patrons as it does for the state." The
Bullktin will duplicate its state contract,
same quantity, same kind of paper and
s line price for any of its patrons at homo or
abroad, every day in tho week, and the
work will be done by men at better wages
than hu ever paid, not by boys at
There are 1,000 heirs to the Masher
estate, England. It is valued at several
millions. Some sixty of the heirs had a
meeting iu Chicago recently to arrange for
contesting their right to tho property. Dan
Masher, of England, died over 100 years
ago, Waving his estate to a brother Hugh,
then living in Rhode Island. Tho will was
hidden and not found for a century. The
hi'irs say a Masher not related has control
of the estate.
The Sr. Louis 01obe-Uemocr.it refers
thus to the wedding there of a young man
who was for s one tiuio in business lu re
and will perhaps be remembered by his
friends: "A wedding long talked cf in
fashionablo circles took place very quiotly
yesterday afternoon at 5 o'clock. The bride
was Mim Adelaide- Wiggins, a wealthy
young lady of this city, and Mr. William
B irnet, l'oimerly of Vicksburg, Miss., but
for many years a resident of St. Louis.
Tho wedding was solemnized at tho resi
dence of the bride, 2200 Lucas place, with
no onu present gave tho families on either
Justice Bradley, onooftho Republican
justices of tho United Slates supreme court,
has rendered a decision declaring the civil
right's act unconstitutional. The Globe
Democrnt, iu commenting upon this deci
sion, Bays it is not surprised at it, admits
that this and "sundry other acts" were of
doubtful constitutionality, but that they
served their purposes at tho time they wero
enacted. Tho purposes which this and the
"sundry other measures" served were to
create ill feeling among tho races at the
B mth by seeking to establish social equali
ty where there was no such equality and
perhaps never could be. But as soon as the
evil effects of these pernicious laws aro felt
in tho north as ha, upon a number Jof oc
casions, been tho case in the civil right's
act, they aro promptly declared to be un
constitutional and avoid. Thus does the
partisan, sectional purposes of Republican
legislation crop out by the open admissions
of Republicans themselves.
Two steamers aro about to go out onto
tho Mound City ways, tho Paris C. Brown
and the John Dippold. A largo number of
government boats and barges havo kept
tho ways continually busy for some time,
aud the Dippold has been waiting to get
out for sevoral woeks. The government
craft is now off again, and the ways can go
to work on tho steamers. Tho ways have
not been busier than they havo been since
the new management went into force dur
ing tho whole former period of their exist
ence. The Paducah News will doubtless
draw much consolation from this fact.
--An exchange thinks that it isn't safe
by any means to judge ot a man by his out
ward appearance. Judge Dickey, of the
Illinois supreme bench, tells this story by
way ot illustration: "When I was on the
circuit bench, a few years ago, down in the
inteiior of the state, I saw a man in the
court room with his hat on. I knew there
wero some Quakers in that vicinity, and I
supposed he was one. Ho was a witness,
and when he came up, thinking to respect
his religion, I asked him what ho wanted
to do, 6wear and affirm. To my surprise he
answered promptly : 'It don't make a d n
bit of difference to me which way.' I
found out afterward that he was bald, and
kept his hat on for that reason."
As may be seen from a notico in spe
cial local column, the old reliable firm of
Feutcher & Schwanitz, of the City Breweiy,
is dissolved to-day, Mr. Stephen Schwanitz
withdrawing from the firm and Mr. Charles
Feutcher carrying on the business as here
tofore. Mr. Schwanitz is iuduced to retire
chiefly on account of a rheumatic affliction,
with jwhich ho hits been troubled for some
time, and which has, to a great extent, dis
abled him for active business puisuits. He
will go to Hot Springs in a week or two to
avail himself of the benefits of the waters
there, remaining several months, perhapsj
Under Mr. Feutcher's management the bus
iness will pursue its even tenor as hereto
fore, and doubtless prove as remunerative
Preparations are being made to fur
nish the dining room of Tho Halliday
hotel with the Brush electric light, also to
place three lights outside the hotel, one at
the southeasterly corner, one at the north
easterly corner aud one at the northwester
ly corner. Tho machinery, as will prob
ably bo remembered, wa3 procured some
time ago and at first put into operation at
the box factory; but it is now put up' in
the. engiue room of Tho Holiday and Is to
be run by the Bteam power of the hotel.
The improvement will be a great advance
ment in thiscity asd an important addition
to the many attractions of the hotel. It is
thought that by tho end of this week the
apparatus will bo in full operation, and the
hotel and surroundings be lighted by num
erous brilliant jets of electricity.
A young man named Dan Diamond
proved himself to be a jewel not quite of
the first water on Sunday night, by creating
a disturbance in an institution of si i on
Thirteenth street. He was fined 5 and
costs by Magistrate Comings yesterday.
Another youth, alsoa frequenter ot the place,
and being offended at some part of the tes
timony given in the court, abused and
threatened some of tho women on their
way home, was likewise dealt with. As a
rule, whenever the unfortunate inmates of
these haunts of wickedness do not behavo
themselves, they are called to answer to the
law; it is but right, therefore, that when
their patrons make them and their abodes
subjects and scenes of disgraceful disturb
ances they should seek the law as a means
of defense for themselves and of punish
ment for tho guilty. In this way alone can
these disturbances be guarded against and
these institutions be kept in comparative
Mrs. B. T. George and children left the
city yesterday afternoon for Lewiston, III.,
their future home, to whero Rev. Oeorgo
had preceded them several days before.
She was accompanied to the train by a num
ber of friends from among different relig
ious denominations, all of whom desired to
show tho high esteem in which they held
her. Mrs. Oeorgo leaves behind her here,
as did Mr. George, a community of friends
who must ever regard her departure with
regret. A lady of tho most gentle, agreea
ble disposition always, of noble qualities of
heart, aud in mind much above tho average,
in fact, in many respects, a genious, she
gained from tho first aud held to the last
tho admiration of all with whom eho was
brought into contact during her many
years' residenco among us. Naturally un
obtrusive but always ready to aid in every
enterprise for the entertainment and litera
ry as well as moral advancement of tho so
ciety in which she lived aud moved, her
words and acts, her goms of thougt in
poetry and prose, always modestly given,
will remain green in tho memories of the
people who know her hero, and their of
fects, no doubt, will remain and bo felt af
ter alio shall be no more. Thoso who know
Mr. and Mrs. Georgo hero (and there aro
fov who did uot know them) will, we are
jure, join Tub Bulletin in wishing them
a hearty "God-speed" while sincerely re
gretting their permanent departure
Tho Republicans of Illinois have been
sniffing defeat , in tho air for some timo
HEALTH and COMFORT!
Disinfect your PKKMISE Wo have a larra
COPPEIt AS, CHLORIDE of 1 151 E,
BK0M0 CEL0RALUM, UIK0NMN,
CARBOLIC ACID, Etc., Etc.,
Also GENUINE DALMATIAN
Tin, Copper and .A-Ujato Ironware.
Roofing, Guttering and all kinds of work in Tin, Copper
and Sheet Iron done to order.
Nos. 25 & 27, 8th St., Cairo.
TKLKPFIONK NO. HO.
CLOSING OUT SA.LKI
PIABOS AND ORGAHS!
!! SIXTEKN ORGANS and SIX PIANOS !!
Do not forget the Closing Out Sale of Piano am! Organ at
W. C. JOCELYN'S
No. 128 Commercial Avenue.
MUST BE CLOSED OUT AT OXCR
Persons contemplating purchasing a Piano or Organ
within the next lew 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.
back and luvcbrcn trying to orgnnizu tlio
strajinn sheep into the ranks by fri.-qumit
littlu reunions m nil jcirts of the Btnte in
the hope of avoi ling tlieappHrcntly inevita
ble in 1884. This district, particurlary,
which CHine so near being wrenched from
Rej'Ublicnn huidsat the last election, is
being scoured from centre to circugifer
onco by some of the big men of the party.
Representative Republicans in nearly every
county are induced to get up a "soldiers
reunion" or something of that Bort and
these reunions are turned into instruments
of the party machine. Capt. Thomas has
been a very industrious worker at theso re
unions during tlio last mouth or so and has
probably done as much good tor tho party
as it was possible for a nun to do. But the
general indications are, that the people of
Illinois, at least in this end of it, are as
decided in their desire for a change as
thoso of several other Republican states
have shown themselves to be. This desire
is the result of many years' patient contem
plation of Republican nnsrulo in small as
well as in great affirs, and it is not to bo
wiped out by a few sly strokes of the party
lash. Tho public mind is ready for a change
ami if the Democrats manage their cam
paign wisely ami nominate good men for
all theoflices to be filled attho next elec
tion, Illinois will swing into lino with tho
rest of tho twenty-odd other states that
havo cast off tho unclean garb of Republij
canism and donned that of ptiro Demo
All accounts duo Hinklo & Son will bo
paid to Neir A Patier, who have this day
bought the entire businoss from them.
N,rr & Patier.
One ot tho best plays of tho soason
was presented at tho Opera House laBt
night by tho Adah Richmond Comedy com
pany, under tho management of Messrs.
Kelly & Russell. Tho company whs
greeted by a largo audience and a critical
one. Tho play presented was from border
life, full of BcetiuB b'lth comical and thrill
ing in interest, lutersperod with songs and
dauccs excoodingly well rendeied. It was
presented by tho company in an excep
tionally good manner, every part being
strongly given and every person proving
him or herself to bo a thorough actor or ac
tress. Miss Richmond, as "Carrots," dis
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and Cor. litli & Wash. Ave.
tinguished herself as a chancter actress of
extraordinary talent. Her rcpiefeiitation
as as nearly true to nature as could be,
and she never failed to curry the audience
with her in every scene. R. K. Graham, as
"Toney, tho German,'' was none the le
meritorious. Ho prcscutcd the quaint hu
mor of the Germans in a perfict and natur
al manner, producing almobt continuous
laughter in tho audience. NeNon Decker
as tho "Half Breed," Samuel Ryan as "Ma
jor Brown," and in fact every member of
the company seemed to have been selected
particularly for a peculiar prolicency in the
part he took, and we reuret a lack of space
for a more extended mention of each. The
company is a strong one throughout, as wo
understrnd aro all the companies under the
management of Messrs. Kelly & Russell
and wo hope and feel sure that they will
meet with meiited success wherever thry go,
On tho Turf.
Col. J. I). Ferguson, Sec, M n and Jock
ey Club: Glowing tributes paid to the ef
ficacy of St. Jacoos Oil by prominent turf
(JAIR0 0PEHA HOUSE.
Two Nights Only,
FRIDAY and in P- t)A
SATURDAY, f VW. IV .U.
The Houthnrn 1'avorllen,
upportuil by a Hhi-cUm Dramatic Coinpuny.
Fit ID AY KVENING-
will lio protontod tho succeiMful Mulo Urnma,
A CELEBRATED CASE
Tba Great HensAtlnnnl Drums,
Streets of Now York
t'oiulnr prion 25, 50 aud 75c.
fur rusttrvud aoati.
No extra cbargo
(Inmd family matlmio Hatunlay afternoon on
which oc union will bo producud the ever popular
Dm in a,
RIP VAN WINKLE.
Mattuue l'rlcoi 50o.t, children, Ve,