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Parties desiring to sell clieup tor cash a
small cottage ami ground, centrally located,
may tind a purcliaer by addressing I 0.
Hox 021, stating location and prico. 2t
Dissolution of Partnership.
Dy mutual agreement the business part
nership until now existinc; between Charles
Feuchter and Stephen Schwanitz, under
the Arm name it Feuchter & Schwanitz, is
this diiy dissolved.
The business of the old firm will be con
tinunc 1 as heretofore by Charles Feuchter,
who will collect all debts duo tho old firm
and assume all the liabilities of said firm.
5t Stkj'iien Schwanitz.
Editor Hcm.ktin: Please reverso the
notice of yesterday against ma, the wife of
II. Frohma, and notify all persons not to
sell any kind of intoxicating drinks to II.
Frohma as he spends all my money und
niy chil ds. 2t Mrs. M. FnoiiMA.
All persons interested are notified not to
pay rent or money due for rent, to my hus
band, II, Frohma, as he is not authorized
to collect and if paid to him will have to
bo paid over againt o ine.
2t Mas. M. Fboiima
Hot colfi'e ami sandwiches at Geo. Latt-
ner's, No. 75 Commercial aveuue.
will buy a goo 1 tncil cooked to order, at
Furnish kd kooms lor rent, northeast
corner 11th and Washington avenue.
10'J lm Mrs. Ah.va Fabrbi.l.
Dwelling and 4 loU on 12th street, known
as tho Harmon place. Also several other
parcels improved aud unimproved. Enquire
of G. 3. Pidgeon or M. J. Ilowley. lw
Saddle Rock Oysters at DeBaun 50 Ohio
Apples! Butter 1 Flour!
Nicer, better, cheaper. Call at No. 21 8th
street, or telephone No. 83.
102 lm G. M. Aldkn.
Oyvcrs in every stylo at Geo. Lattner's
No. 'it Commercial avenue. 818-lm
To Whom it May Concern
Vi'e will positively refuse to pay bills
not accompanied with an order indorsed
by the below name! firm or by one autho
rized to give orders for sai 1 firm. By or
der of Lancaster & Rice.
will buy a g v)d m ;al ooked to order at
Do Bauu's. tf
liestaurant and Oyster House,
-New Blacksmith Shop.
A new horse shoeing shop has been open
ed by Mr. P powers on Tenth street. All
manner of black-un'thing and wagon work
done to order. Repairing work a specialty.
WorK doiiH promptly, tf
will buv a good meal cooked to order at
Foil Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Depression
of Spirits ami General Debility, in their
various forms; also as it preventive against
Fever and Ague, aul other Intermittent
Fevers.the "Ferro-Phosporated Elixir of
Calisnya," made by Caswell, Hazard & Cc,
New York, and Bold by all Druggists, is the
best tonic; and for patients recovering from
Fever or other sickness, it has no equal. (1)
tfucKien's Arnica salve
The Best Salvo In the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and nil Skiu Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents pr box. For sale by Barclay
Id SOKT AND MIKK
We wish to cull your attention to our most elerant line
of BOYS' aud CHILDREN'S ready-made Suits for the FAIJj
and WINTER season, which we can hay without contradic
tion to show you the largest ami best assorted stock iu the
city. Wo have paid particular attention in selecting our
Boys' and Children's stock to get all the LATEST STYLES
and the new novelties, and we
KNEE-PANTS guarantee CHILD'S WAISTS
and will sell them taking in consideration the way they are
made and trimmed for less money than any house in South
ern Illinois. Beforo buying elsewhere examino our elegant
stock, and be convinced of what we say.
Cor. 8th St. & Coin'l Ave.
a Specialty.! 51. Werner & Son,
At Apiiralspd Value, Cheap (londs,
Wo shall oiler on Mo nlay ami until
closod out all the remaining stock of tho
New York storo which consists ot Dry
Ootids, Notions, Hoots and Hhoes, Hibbons
ami many other poods at (ho appraised vuluo
of 00c. on the dollar iaKn oy us irom too
Into rirm of C. 0. Paticr & Co. 1 his stock
consist of over twenty thousand dolla
worth of Roods.
This will enable the trade to supply
thnniHelves from such coods as aro left ol
this great stock, very cheap. Givo them a
runs chance to uuv at ono-nau moir com
Call and soe the bargains and goods offered
Wfl aro now receivincr our fall stock all
fresh new goods bought from first hands
widen wo olfer to the trade at the lowest
possible prices, consisting of Dry Goods,
Notions, Boots and Shoes, Staple and Fancy
Groceries, in fact all goods needed lor tanii
Tn make room for our new goods we
must close out the former stock of tho old
firm of C. 0. Patier& Co. Call aud buy
these goods at one-half their value.
1014-10d New Youk Stokk Co,
The Daily Bulletin.
GENERAL LOCAL ITKMS.
Notices ID lneo common, inn cunts pir linn,
h imortinn Hint whether marked or not, if ralcii'
uii in fiwrd snv mu' business lntfrunt are
always paid fur.
New typo at The Bcli.ictin ollice.
Judge J. J. Bird was elected one of tho
vice-presidents ot tho colored Springfield
convention. Where was Hon. Washington
Job printing at The Bulletin otlice.
A party of young people contemplate
a visit to New Orleans iu a week or ten
days, a pleasure trip. Mrs. Menager, Miss
Delia Gordon and Miss McGrath are among
New presses at The Bulletin office
Sixty persons have just been divorced
in Chicago in one day. There would bo more
divorces in Chicago if it were not for the
fact that many bridegrooms make their
escape just before the wedding day.
Printing nd ruling at The Bulletin
One of the denizens of Pinch thought
it about time yesterday to let the world
know that Pinch was still extant. She raie
ep Ned with a dusky companion and Jus
tice Robinson fined her $3 and costs.
-Commercial printing at The Bulletin
-A genth'nrn, in tho city or out of it,
having a cottage centrally located in this
city, which ho desires to sell can learn tho
address of a cash buyer by perusing our
special local column this morning.
Wedding invitations at The Bulletin
Hoadly was the twenty sixth Demo
cratic governor. Only eleven of the United
States aro now under Republican rul .
Illinois is on tho verge and will flop over
into the Democratic ranks next year.
Tho butcher shop on the south side of
Eighth street, nearest Commercial avenue,
is now run by Louis K. Koehler, sr., and
Louis J. Koehler. Meats of all kinds aud
best quality always on hand. 4t
A negro named Frank Barnett created
a disturbance Tuesday night on Ohio levee
near Twelfth street. He attempted to en
ter a negro den of vice there kept by Jennie
Warren and being refused admission he
came furious and concluded by discharging
a pistol at the door. Ho was arrested yes
terday and was fined $10 and cobtsby Mag
There has been much mortally among
hogs in the city during the last ten days.
Chief Meyers has made the health of the
city one of his principal objects all summer
and has been constantly on the look-out for
things that might prove injurious to the
MA DIC TO
CAJKO BULLETIN; THURSDAY MORNIMi, QOTOKKU 18, is3.
public health. Dead animals of different
kinds havu buen found nearly every day
somewhere; hut during tho last four or live
days ho has had, on an average, fivo car
caws of hogs removd from different parts
ofthu city every day. Itisevldout that
some kind of a disease prevails to somo ex
tent among the porkers of tho city.
Tho people of this country consume 1,
225,000 tons of sugar nnd molasses. Of this
1,000,000 tons are imported, tho duty on
which is $1)0,000,000, every cent of which
comes out of the pockets of the consumers
for the benefit of tho inon who make the
225,000 tons. And besides this the people
Bay the manulacturers of the 225,000 tons
I. C tftilA AlA fCt J A t
n uouus in over f u,vuu,uuu uireei. A pro
tective tariff is a costly luxury.
On the 29 and 30th of this month the
people of Cairo will have an opportunity to
see for the first time in Cairo some of the
genuine Shakesperian plays, presented here
by a company that is now drawing crowd
ed houses in the principal theatre in Balti
more. Newspnpers reports from thcro are
to the effect that people aro being turned
away from the theatre doors every night
for want of room.
-Another switchman on tho Wabash
road has been requested to appear before
Magistrate Comings this morning to answer
the chargo of switching on Commercial
avenue above Second street. It seems that
though everything is or ought to bo now
in readiness in the Mobile and Ohio ards,
so as to permit all tho switching of Height
there, this is not being done, heno the
trial for this morning.
Wo have had the pleasure of esamiu-
ing Geo. T. Cram's Uurivaled Family Atlas
for which Mr. Wm. C. Hirto will ciake a
thorough canvass of our city. He a;so de
sires to secure a few good agents to work
in Kentucky, Missouri and Arkansas. Any
person wishing a light, pleasant and payiug
business would do well to call on or ad-
Jress Wm. C. Ilirte, general agert, Du-
A cross woman with aching held and
bli-tered hands; a house in general disorder
with a "sudsy" smell prevading everything;
cold meals and colder comfort, used to be
the lot of mankind on washing day. Not
so now in the thousands ot homei wtiere
James Pyle's "Pearline" is used. Compared
with the old way, washing is a delight
where "Pearline" is used. From an econo
mical point housekeepers cannot afford to
get along without it, and the saving of tho
nerves is a more important item th u the
saving ot the clothing, and "Pearl u:o''
The young local scribe of tho Psducah
News in an eff irt to br funny at the expense
of Cairo young ladies, tries to make it ap
pear that a Cairo dudo tried in vain to get
aCiiro belle to put on and wear a huge
shoe displayel us a sign at a shoe shop in
the city of nevcr-to-be-realized "great ex
pectations." The Cairo belle couldn't
wear the shoe; of course not, as well try to
make a sun bean don a universal night.
But tho exhultition of tho funny News
man at this fiilura of one of Cairo's fair
ones leuls one naturally to tho conclusion
that for the P.tducah belle a "No. 40 shoe
requiring two cow hides for its construc
tion" is a very commodious, a very "dressy,'
'Siinday-go-to-nieetin' " foot gear.
The Cleveland Plain Dealer says: "Re
publicanism had 15,559 majority in Ohio
the year before the presidential election in
1850; it had 13,2:JG majority the year before
the presidential election in 1800; it had
101,099 majority the year beforo the presi
dential election iu 1804; it had 2,883 ma
jority the year before the presidential elec
tion iu 1850; it had 20,158 majority the
year before the presidential election in 1872 ;
it had 5,514 majority tho year before the
presidential election in 1870; it had 17,129
majority the year beforo the presidential
election (if 1830. And now in the year
preceding the presidential election of 1884
it is beaten 10,000 on the highest vote ever
polled in the state. The Republican party
Cram's L'nrivaliMl Family Atlas is tho
bent work of the kiiid that has yet been
isMual. One of its merits, and it is the
least one, is the low prico at" which it sells,
placing it in the reach ot every family.
It not only gives a cor.nty map of every
state and territory of iho United btates, but
govs lurther and does what no other Amer
ican publisher has yet done, gives a county
map of each of the different divisions of
Lurope, Asia, Alnca and South America.
The population of each, number of miles of
railroads aud telegraph wire, increase and
di creas') of public aud state debts, an in
sight into astronomy, in fact, is a half
dozen volumes condensed Into one. Mr.
Ilirte, of DuCJuoin, is general agent lor
the work, and will give our people an op
portunity of examining the book for them
selves, The Tenth street sewer is rapidly ap
proaching completion, though it is bcinR
very carefully constructed. It il boa
very important improvement in our sewer
system. It is being very substantially con
Btructud, The brick used is all hard
burned brick, such as is being used in the
construction of our sidewalks. They aro
laid on edge in cement, three deep.
making the walls of the sewer about thir
teen inches thick. Tho Joints are all what
masons call "shove joints," so that the
cement Is pressed into thu joints from all
aidi's, preventing leakage from either side
While the sewer, when finished, will emit
an immense quantity of water people muit
not expect too much from it, for it may bo
mat too connecting sewers, many of which
are net large, wore, in very great muisuro,
thu cause of the Blow outflow before, am
will servo as a chock in tho future just as
in tho past. Certain it is, howovor, that
tho new outlet will prove of ample capacity
to iiiioni passage tor all the water thu con
neciing sowers can pour into it.
.-Noticfa are up in different
parts of tho ouniy, ordering an
election to bo hold on the 6th
day of November noxt, tor the purpose of
electing ono county commissioner and of
voting upon tho proposition of prohibiting
cows and hogs to run at largo withiu tho
county. The latter proposition is submit
ten to a vote 01 tno people ot tho county
upon a petition by the voters of Clear Creek
precinct, where timber is so scarce that
fences can not bo built around all the farms
without importing it or resorting to wire
lencing. It will be voted upon by the peo
. i r . i i .
pie 01 mo wnoio county and the result
vviil, of course, apply to Caito as well
inner puns 01 uio county, mo question
...l...- . . . e .1 ... .
will doubtless call forth considerable dis
cussion ami induce the polling of a much
larger vote than the election of a commis
sioner ouly would havo done. Commission
er T. W. Ilalliday's term expires.
A special feature of tho business situ
ation is the record of failures for the quar
ter ending with September. During that
period there were 1,803 failures, againnt 1,
300 for the corresponding quarter of 1882,
while the amount of liabilities was $52,
072,884, against $18,-073,893 during the
same quarter the preceding year. But the
New York Tribune remarks that the quar
terly report of failures, though decidedly
tho reverse of cheering, caused no surprise,
because the recollection of numerous and
heavy failures in New York and in New
England was fresh, and has preptred ev
erybody for an unfavorable report. It is
still the prevalent feeling that business is
generally sound, and will he the s ifer and
more healthy for tho Weeding out to which
several branches have been subjected.
With regard to the prospects for tho next
six months the Financial Cnrouicle ob
serves that whatever tho outcome, great
caution and conservatism aro sure to char
acterize business operations for some time
to come, But reports show trade in general
to be good. The Chronicle remarks that in
the west and south the feeling among mer
chants shows more satisfaction with their
business transactions thau appears iu the
east. As to foreign trade, tho figures for
August show improvement over those for
July; imports were heavier, but the exports
were $8,000,000 larger, The result is, that
instead of a balance of trade of $4,000,000,
000 against us in merchandise, as in July,
there nearly $3,000,000 in our favor.
- The state elections yet to occur this
year will be held on Tuesday, November C.
The complete list is as follows: Connecti
cut will elect one-half its senate and its
full house of representatives. Maryland
will elect governor, comptroller, attorney
general and legislature. Massachusetts will
eh ct goveinor, lieutenant governor, secre
tary of state, treasurer, attorney generil,
auditor and legislature. Minnesota will
elect governor, lieutenant governor, secre
tary of sttte, treasurer, attorney general and
raiiroad commissioner, and vote upon three
pioputi'd amendments to tho constitution
of the state, w hich provide (1) that tbc gen
eral elections shall bo held hereafter in
November in each even years; J(2) that the
secretary ot state, treasurer and the at
torney general shall servo two years and
tlio.stato auditor four years, and (3; fix tho
terms of service of the judges and the Clerk
of the supreme court and of the judges of
the district court of the stato. Mississippi
will elect its legislature. Nebraska will
elect a justice of its supremo court and
regents of the state university. New Jersey
will elict governor, part of its senate and
its full house of representatives. New
York will elect secretary of state, comp
troller, treasurer, attorney-general, engineer
and surveyor and both branches of the leg
islature, and voto upon a proposition to
abolish contract labor from tho state prisons.
I'erniHylvunia will elect auditor-general and
state treasurer. Virgina will elect part of
its senate and its full assembly.
The I'aducah News seems to think
that the possible construction of the Wetaug
road is, or ought to be, a Bourco of displeas
ure to Cairo and ought to be cried down by
us with all tho energy of despair. And see
ing that we havo seen fit to regard the en
terprise with much indifference, it has taken
upon itself tho "painful" task of pointing
out to us the disastrous ef
fects tho const ruction of tho road must
havo upon Cairo. While ordinary polite
ness would require us to thank tho News
for its solicitu lo (assuming, of course, that
it were sincere), wo must beg liovo to differ
entirely with our kind contemporary as to
the designs of tho Illinois Central company
in projecting this now branch or the effects
of the branch in caso it is constructed.
Though wo can tell to a certain extent and
with a great degree of certainty what aro
r0T the company's designs, wo know
nothing about what ark the designs of the
company iu projecting the lino; wo do not
profess to know what would bo tho objects
of tho company it it constructedtho proj :ct-
e I lino and this is all tho Paducah News
can say not a word more. But tho News
has been entirely off In its belief that either
the projection or tho construction of the
lino has any terrors for tho pooplo of Cairo.
Cairo would look with pleasure upon th
Disinfect your PIU
COPPERAS, CHLORIDE of LIME,
BR0MO 01IL0RALUM, (ilRONDIN,
CARBOLIC ACID, Etc., Etc.,
Also UKXUINK DALMATIAN
WtJL...'iL. i urn,
STOVES, RANGES. Fl.RYAfWS
Til), Copper and
Roofinir, (flittering and all
and .sheet Iron
Kos. 25 k 27,
!! SIXTKKN ORGAN'S and SIX PIANOS !!
Do not forget the t illing' Out ale of Pianos mid Organ at
W. C. JOCELYN'S
No. 128 Commercial Avenue.
31UST BE CLOSED OUT AT ONCE.
Persons contein nlatinir mircliasinir a Piano or Orirau
within the next tew months,
call and examine the above
lveiy closed out at reduced
completion of tins new branch ot road, liu
cau.u it woul l ;; ii tin to Ik.t a ru li coun
try that is now tnliutary only to ilit: miiiII,
inland country villai,", or little river towns,
like 1'adui-ali. The Cairo Hour
mills, anion;; the largest in
the state, cou-'uuiiu vast quantities of
grain and drawing their supplies from every
county in aoiilh'-ni Illinois and from all
the adjoining counties in Kentucky and
Missouri, nnd then olten failing in supply,
look with especial pleasure upon the pro
pose 1 new road, for it would open up to
them a vast tract of rich grain fields, right
in front of Iuiucah, from which they would
draw additional supplies. So far from be-
a flource of displeasure to anybody in
Cairo, the new branch is one of much satis
faction. The News' warning we laugh to
scorn; its pity we ilo not want, tairo is
not a fit subject for pity from any source,
particularly not from an old clucking lien
that la still dripping from the last ducking
she got. Cairo's prospects for a prosperous
future are brighter now than
they have been; business in all its branches
has been steadily improving during the
last few weeks; everybody is hopeful and
cheerful. Thu city is in better condition
than she has ever been beforo aud she looks
with the utmost unconcern toward tho next
flood, which is more than Paducah can say
for herself in view of the ravages thcro of
the last high rise. Wo repeat, Cairo doesn't
want pity from the I'aducah News or any
WES mtN KA.MULINUS.
MpueUl Corrcei:iiidi.'iice to Tbo Bulletin:
Denvkh, Com)., Oct. U. In this, the
first of a series of letters, wo will speak to
your many readers tf this, the Queen City
of the plains, as it is called. Denver City,
with its seventy thousand inhabitants, is a
wonder to must visitors on their first arrival.
Tho lout;, weary stretch ol road crossing
the almost barren plains before Denver Is
reached, tits one for a change and one is
not disappointed whin tho train moves
alongside the magnificent Union depot. A
change indeed is to be put down amidst
thu bustle and coufiuluon of a real oiihiness
nurf, whore everything is carried on in a
style similar to what one is used to in the
eastern cities. The many largo business
blocks towering up from three to seven-
We have a lnre
OHIO LKV KK
ami Cor. oth &, Wash. Ave.
kinds of work in Tin, Connor
done to order.
8th SI., Cairo.
it will he to their advantage to
stock, as the same will he nosi-
(tories high, is quite a furprice. The city
tidy and Well kept. Kvideiu es on every
side denote thrift and wealth. Indeed it is
tho home of many millionaire!). A hort
scrap of the early history of this, tho
metropolis of the Ricky M uutain region,
wi:l, we are sure, be full of interest.
Twenty-live years ago, the tir.-t band of
pilgrim, headed by Green Kussel, from tho
valley of the Mo., land-d, or went into
camp, at tho mouth of Cherry L'n.ek, tho
present site of Denver, and went to w rk
prospecting for gold. Their search was not
in vain. Other sections were prospected
over and the glittering lu.:re found in many
places. Tho great Pike's Peak mh soon
followed. Scores of persons ramo and from
that day to this the prosperity of the terri
tory, now a state, his Lien remarkable.
From 18o8 to 1801, 20,n00 people came to
this country. A certain old-tinier, i i speak
ing ol the early settlement of Colorado
said: "The first sound of the church-going
bell that broke the stillness of these valleyn
and echoed among the pine-rUd hills stir-
CONTINUKDON Tllllll) I'-kuK.
QAIR0 OPERA HOUSE.
Two Nights Only.
FRIDAY and I ()ftl 1 () C,
SATURDAY, ( vtl. 1J IV -V.
Tlio Soul hern Favorite,
J, H, Huntley & Florence Kennedy,
fupporloil liy a flrl-clan Dramatic Company.
will bo preioutod th HiiccesBful Mulo Drama,
A CELEBRATED CASE
Tho Grunt hjennutlnuAl Drama,
Streets of ISTow York
l'npalnr price S5, SO anil "re, No extra charuo
fur rusi'rved aimls.
Urnml family matluoo Saturday iifluriiiiiiu on
winch ociBHiiin will bo produced tlio over popular
KIP VAN WINKLE.
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