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TUK DAIM (JAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 19. 1883.
notice In mil column, eiiini ciut Pr II"
BrMandflr. tenia per lin cb n"r;
Hon. Kor one win. ) cunt pet lino. Kor one
n.outh, Wcttnti ptir lln
Restaurant and Oyster House,
Tartiea desiring to sell cheap tor cash s
small cottage and ground, centrally located,
may rind a purchaser by addressing P. O.
Box 021, stating location and prico. 2t
Hot coffee and sandwiches at Geo. Latt-
ner's, No. 75 Commercial avenue.
Dissolution of Tartuership.
By mutual agreement the business part
nership until now existing between Charles
Fouchter and Stephen Sehwanitz, under
the firm name o Feuehter & Schwanitz, is
this day dissolved.
The business of the old firm will be con
tinued as heretofore by Charle Feuchter,
who will collect all debts due the old firm
and assume all the liabilities of said firm.
5t Stkvhkn Schwanitz.
will buy a good meal cooked to order, at
Furnished rooms for rent, northeast
corner 11th and Washington avenue.
109-lm Mrs. Anna Farrkll.
8addle Rock Oysters at DeBaun 55 Ohio
Apples! Butter! Flour!
Nicer, better, cheaper. Call at No. 21 8th
street, or telephone No. 8U.
102 Ira G. M. Aldkn.
Oysters in every stylo at Geo. Lattner's
No. 75 Commerciil avenue." 818-lm
To Whom it May Concern
We Wrll positively refuse to pay bills
not accorapanie I with an order indorsed
by the below named firm or by one autho
rized to give orders for said firm. By or
der of Lancaster & Rice.
will buy a good mal cooked to order at
De Baun's. tf
New Blacksmith Shop.
A new horse shoeing shop has been open
ed by Mr. P. Powers on Tenth street. All
manner of blacksinithing and wagon work
done to order. Repairing work a specialty.
Worn done promptly. tf
will buv a good meal cooked to order at
Huckiens Aruioa Salve
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin 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
To all who are suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
Bess, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, I
will Bend a recipe that will cere you, free
OK charok. This great remedy was
discovered by a minister in South America.
Send a sell-addressed envelope to the Rev.
Joski'h T. Inman, Station D.. New York
Hysteria and Nervous Prostration.
We give our readers an extract from a
cheerful letter, written by Mrs. Elizabeth
Smith, of Richmond, Iud., who says: "Sam
itarian Nervine cured me of hysteria and
nervous prostration." Comment is useless.
Millions Given Away.
Millions of bottles of Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and
Colds, have been given away as trial bottles
ot the large size. 1 Ins enormous outlay
would be disastrous to the proprietors, were
it not for the rare merits possessed by tho
wonderful medicine. Call at Barclay
Bros' Drug Store and get a trial bottle
free, and try for yourself. It never fails to
In SOFT AND M"IFF
n I nii
We wish to call your attention to our most eleirant line
of BOYS' and CHILDREN'S ready-made Suits for the FALL
and WINTER season, which we can Miy without contradic
tion to show you the largest and best assorted stock in the
city. We have iaid particular attention in select ins our
Boys ami Children's stock to get all the LATEST STYLES
and the new novelties, and we
KNEE-PANTS miawuitoo CHILD'S WAISTS
and will sell them takiiur in consideration the way they are
made and trimmed for less money thin any house in South
ern Illinois. Before buying elsewhere, examine our elegant
stock, and be convinced of what we say.
Cor. 8th St.
a Specialty.l M. Werner & Son,
At Appraised Value, Cheap GooiIh.
We shall filer on Mo.iday and until
closed out all the remaining stock of tho
New York store which consists of Dry
Goodi, Notions, Hoots and Shoes, Ribbons
and many other goods at tho appraised value
of COc. on tho dollar taken by us from tho
late firm of C. 0. Patier & Co. This stock
consist of over twenty thousand dollars
worth of goods.
This will enablo the trade to supply
themselves from such goods as are left of
this great stoek, very cheap. Give them a
rare chance to buy Ht one-half their cost.
Call and see the bargains and goods offered.
We are now receiving our fall stock all
fresh new goods bought from first hands,
which we offer to tho trade at tho lowest
possible prices, consisting of Dry Goods,
Notions, Boots and Shoes, Staple and Fancy
C! roeeries, in fact all goods needed for fami
To make room for our new goods we
must close out tho former stock of the old
firm of C. 0. Patier & Co. Call and buy
these go-ids at one-half their value.
1011 lOd New York Stork Co.
Tito Daily Bulletin.
BENKRAIj local items.
NotlciiB in mem columns, len cams Pr One,
iF.h inurtiiin unit whuther marked or not. if calcu
Utoil to toward, uuv man'a huslnuM Interest are
always iald for.
New type at Tins Bulletin office.
Dr. II. Wardner was in tho city yester
day. Job printing at Tun Bulletin office.
Col. J. W. P.irainore, of the Texas and
St. Louis road, was at Tho Halliday yester
day. New presses a' The Bulletin office.
Mrs. Cameron, wife 'of The Bulletin
pressman, has gone to Elgin, III., on a visit
and to attend a wedding of Irieuds.
Priutinj "and ruling at The Bulletin
Prayer meeting at the Presbyterian
church Wednesday night was largely at
tended and much interest was manifested.
Commercial printing at The Bulletin
Three and seven-eighths inches of rain
fell in this city from Wednesday noon un
til Thursday morning, so 'says the signal
Wedding invitations at The Bulletin
Mr. James A. Phillis is now cashier of
the Mobile & Ohio and Iron Mountain rail
roads under Agent Birchet,' Mr. Stewart
Mr. F. W. Spillman, a well known
shoemaker of Paducali, is at the head of
the shoo shop attached to Mr. A. Black's
boot and shoe house.
Messrs. Jesse Uinkle & Son are again
in full possession of their meat shops, both
on Eighth street and on Ohio levee, and
will continue to run them as heretofore.
The interior 'of the room, occupied by
tho express company on Ohio levee, is be
ing generally overhauled made more at
tractive. It stood very much in need of it.
A lack of rolling stock is said to be
tho cause of the accumulation of vast quan
tities of freight along the lines of the sever
al railroads centering here, notably tho Texas
and St. Louis road.
There is a call upon southern Illinois,
from the northern part of the state, for cat
tle to eat soft corn. Evidently the frost
has iinved upon their fields too early for the
Tho Presbyterian Synod, of Illinois
convened at Alton on the 17th ami elected
Rev. J. N. Dinsmore, of Bloomington, mod
erator; Rev. J. II. Carnelison Hnd Rev.
Thos. Gunn, of Juliet, clerks.
Tho pacer, Johnson, who paced a mile
over the Chicago track lately in 2:10, beat
ing all former records, has just been sold
& Com'l Ave.
t' Coinmodoro N. W. Kittson, of St. Fatil,
Minnesota, thcowncr of Little Urowu J u u'
the next tan test pucur. and a number of
other famous horses, for 23,000.
Tho brass and string band bolonfiing
to tho Huntley combination, duo hero to
night and Saturday, aro said to bo very
Tho colored troops aro twenty-live
thousand strong in the state, and not a
single) representative man amoncr, them hss
been honored with an offlco of any import
ance. Hence tho troops are exceedingly
Tho butcher shop on tho south side of
Eighth street, nearest Commercial avenue,
is now run by Louis K. Koohlcr, sr., and
Louis J. Koehler. Meats of all kinds and
best quality always on hand. -it
A STATED MRKTINO OP CAIUO COUNCIL
No. 21, It. & S. M., will bo hold Friday.
October 19th, at 7 p. m. sharp. All mem
bers are expected to be present, as business
of importance is to be transacted.
Hy order of T. I. 0. M.
Mr. Tilden sent a telegram to Judge
Iloadley saying: "I congratulato you upon
your brilliant triumph." The "old man"
seems to be taking a lively interest in poli
tics. He is evidently getting ready for the
campaign of 1881. Tho old ticket is boom
ing. It is said that at Cobden in Union
couuty recently two colored men who had
been employed by a Mrs. Lytlewakly, re
cently from Tennessee, were waited upon
by a committee and notified that "niggers"
were uot allowed in that locality, and they
must leave within twelve hours. They
We do not think tho plays selected by
the Huntley combination for production
here to-night and to-morrow evening,
were ever presented here before. They are
among the most popular and cannot help
pleasing. This evening "Celebrated Case,"
Saturday matinee "Itip Van Winkle," Sat
urday night "Streets of New York."
Chester Tribune : "By actual trial last
season one hundred bushels of shelled corn
shrank to ninety bushels between Decem
ber and May 1. It was put in a tight bin,
and the shrinkage was entirely from evapo
ration. Add to this the frequent loss from
vermin, ami tlie loss .ot interest tor nvo
years, and the corn grower who proposes to
'hold for high prico' has some data for de
termining whether it pays or not."
The electric lights that are bein put
up in and about The Halliday are to bo
each of two hundred caudle-power. Two
of these will be put upiu the dining room,
and three outside at the corners of the ho
tel. Those who stop at the hotel after this
improvement bIihU be completed will
never know when it is night unless thry
peer out beyond the brilliant rays of the
little suns that surround it.
Wo have had the pleasure of examin
ing Geo, F. Cram's Unrivaled Family Atlas
for which Mr. Win. C. Hirtc will make a
thorough canvass of our city. He also dr
sire to secure a few good agents to work
in Kentucky, Missouri and Arkansas. Any
person wishing a light, pleasant and paying
business would do well to call on or ad
dress Win. C. Ilirte, general agent, Du
A correspondent desires to know
whether Mr. J. II. Huntley and Miss Ken
nedy, who appear here to-night and to-morrow
evening, are the same who created so
much interest in New Orleans last year
We answered yes. Miss Kennedy is the
wife of Mr. Huntley, and they have always
been warmly received throughout the south
and especially in New Orleans and Mobile
the latterclty having for yeirs been their
Mr. Julius Strhian has encountered
some trouble in his work of filling the
westerly side of Commercial avenue, in the
form of ii refusal by the section boss of tho
St. L mis and Ciiro road who is at work
with a force of men raising tho company's
track on Mississippi levee, to permit his,
Mr. Serbian's, teams to cross tho track of
the company at Sixteenth street, which is
Hie most convenient point and where thero
has been a crossing for a number of years.
It is probable, however, that an adjustment
of fio differences ' can be arrived at per
mittiii'' the work to continue without
Tho ehurelfconvoution of tho Protest
ant Episcopal church, in session at Phil
adelphia, has refused to drop tho church's
listinctive name of tho Protestant Fpiscopal
from the prayer book, canons and constitu
tion. Tim proposition to do this was pre
sented hy Rev, Dr. Thrall, of the Spring-
Held diocese, whose bishop is Dr. Seymour
formerly deal) ol the theological seminary
of New York. Tho convention voted t
changn tliHiiame of tho "diocoso of Illi
nois" to tho "diocese ol Chicago." Tlio
two other Illinois dioccsoof the Episcopal
church aro known as the diocese of Soring-
Held and the diocese of (Juincy.
It is understood that a letter has gono
forth to the state auditor of public accounts
written by one of tho repiesrntativo men on
the side of those opposing Mr. Thomas
Lewis recently, as candidate for the secre
taryship of tho Wldowb and Orphans Mutu
al Aid society, setting fortli at length and
in detail all tho grievances of which said
opponents have to complain, and atkinjf
that tho auditor do, as he is authorised by
law io uo, semi an agunt
down here with instructions to
make a full and careful examination of tho
books of the secretary and of tho affairs of
Hie society in general. It is understood
that the request will bo complied with and
nn agent is expected to arrive soon, though
no answer has as yet been received from
the auditor. The anti-Lewis faction is con
fident that some startling revelations will
bo made if tho investigation is instituted
and fully made; while tho secretary is en
tirely willing to submit to a most rigid ex
amination and is equally confident that all
will bo found correct.
An excavation at the Twenty-third
street sewer has revealed the fact to the
public gaze that the causo of the persistent
leakago thero was a parting of tho joints of
tho sewer-pipe, just as was stated to have
been the case by Street Commissioner Baird
some weeks ago. Mr. Caird made an ex
animation of the sewer and found the joints
wide open, they having never been calked
with lead as they should have been. He
closed them up as well as ho could from tho
inside, using over a hundred
pounds of lead. Hut now tho outer biirfaco
being expose I the work can and will be
more effectually done and a future leakage
A negro in passing the store of Mr.
Samuel Meyers, at the corner of Ninth street
ami Commercial avenue Wednesday night,
snatched a coat from a rack and got away
with it. Officers Mahanny and Doughtier
were notified and made a search. After a
few hours they found the coat on a negro
who claimed to have bought it for $1. SO.
Ho gave tho officers a description of the
man who had sold him tho garmont, and
they continued tho search, finding the follow
down in "Pinch." Hut the thief saw the
officers and ran into Scott's saloon, which
was crowded with negroes among whom
ho contrived to elude the officers. The
coat was taken from a suit worth about
Wednesday night Mr. Renj. Itoseo
water left this city for good to seek his for
tune in St. Louis, where he will engage
with others in the manufacture of a kind
of medicated soap from Eureka
Springs water. In connection with the soap
business is also an apparatus for condens
ing the water, concentrating its strength
by reducing its bulk into about one-fourth
its natural quantity. This concentrated
water is bottled and shipped to all parts of
the world for use by those who may need
its curative quality. Mr. Rosenwater has
made a careful examination into tho pro
cess; the gentlemen with whom he is con
nected are reliabh) and experienced, and
he is confident of complete success. That
his highest anticipations may be realized
will be the wish of his many friends here.
Qlobe-DoniDcrat: "The latest informa
tion about the depth of water at the mouth
of the Mississippi should be painted in let
ters 20 feet high on the walls of the office
of the Cincinnati Commercial Gazette.
That journal insists with positiveness in
versely proportional to its knowlege that
the jetties are a "humbug," a "failure," and
other awful things. Nevertheless, tho
hrgept ship that ever, reached New Orleans
is now at tint port. This is a British iron
steamer of almost 5,000 tons, with capaci
ty fr 15,000 bales of cotton. Any vessel
that cau enter the harbor of New York can
pai through the jetties and come up to
New Orleans. Before the works at the
mouth of the river were constructed, 19
feet was the extreme limit of draft at that
point. If the jetties aro a "failure," what
would the Commercial Gazette call suc
ces?" Rev. Allen Alleusworth, a colored
Biptist minist.T, B iwiing Green, Ky., has
issued an address to all colored ministers of
the gospel, of all denominations in the
Unite ! States and Territories of America,
In which he suggests a Natioual Convention
to yive. moral force to tho work begun by
the late convention of colored men in Louis
ville. "Present to tho world documentary
eviileuco and statistical data of the moral,
religious, financial progress since emanci
pation; advise tho colored people what they
should do to repair the moral disaster
which came thr mgh tho existence of slavery ;
amend family life, paternal authority and
marriage integrity broken down by that in
stitution; to improve their social standing
an I secure legal equality with all men.'
All ministers favoring the call are request
ed to address Alleusworth, at Bowling
Green. Tho convention will bo held at
Louisville or Indianapolis.
The caso of tho switchman on the Wa
bash road, for switching cars on the tracks
of tho company on lower Commercial ave
nue, came up for trial in Magistrate Com
ings' court yesterday afternoon. Mr. S. P.
Wheeler appeared for the defendant, and
City Attorney Hendricks was at his post
for tho city. Tho prosecution proved that
switching had been done, and tho defense
made no eli'rtto disp-ovo it, not offering a
word of evidence in rebuttal. Tho attorney
for tho defense depended entirely upon
errors or shortcomings in the prosecution to
make out a esse under the ordinanco under
which the caso had been brought. The
ordinance concludes with a proviso, that
nothing in. said ordiuauco shall be con
strued so as to prohibit tho switching into
and out of tho depot of passenger cars,
for tiro purpose of t iking or putting olf
passengers, baggage, uto. In this provi
sion the defense took refuge, claiming that
the prosecution had tailed to prove that de
fendant wag not switching passenger cars
for the purposes Indicated in tho proviso,
But the city attorney claimed that it was
not Incumbent upon tho prosecution In this
case to prove that tho can were not passcn-
HEALTH and COMFORT!
Disinfect your PREMISES. Wo have a large
STOCK of '
COPPERAS, CHLORIDE of L1M E,
HR0M0 CHLORALUM, GIKONMN,
CARBOLIC ACID, Etc, Etc.,
Also GENUINE DALMATIAN
Tin, Copper and A.ijato Ironware.
Roofing, (iuttei'ing and all kinds of work in Tin, Copper
and Sheet Iron done to order.
Nos. 25 & 27, 8th St., Cairo.
TKfjKI'MON K N'O. Ui .
jnc A AT'
!! SIXTEEN OKU AN S and SIX PIANOS !!
Do nut forjjtt the ( Loiiifif Out .kalc of Pianos ami Onrans at
W. C. JOCELYN'S
No. Commercial Avenue.
MUST !!!: CLOSED
Persons rontemidiitiiiir liutchasinir a Piano or Oriran
within the next Jew 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.
Rcr cars, hut lint it vim invws'iry fur the
lefiiiHu tu pmvt; th .t thoy wkkk, which the
lifiMiHt' hi'l in! I-me. Tins w is u question
ft'iniit which thu court ih'sire 1 1. lmvc "the
authorities" suhinitieil, which inch ai'le did
in thy cvimiiii, when ilic court examined
tlmm Hnd reserved its decision fortius
Padii(:nh News: "It is idle for nur
Cairo frieniUln Imnt that they mo heyond
the reach of any lu:u:t! ll iod. Water 1 ft.
higher than th it of list tqirin would in
undate thu to A' n and blot it out ot existence,
and th'iru is not nn intelligent citizen who
does not know th it tlie statement is trim."
There is not an intelligent citizen who
knows anything about the matter to which
the News refers in the foruoiu paragraph,
who does not know that tho News' utters in
that paragraph ih lyinmt lie it uvjr has
lied. Cairo was prepired to keep out last
year a Hood two feet higher than was upon
us then and there are but few citizens in the
country, and they have their abiding place
In benighted littf; Padiuah, who do not
know that Cairo's levees this year are all
three feet higher tnan they were last year,
and wider and stronger in every way than
any similar embankment in all this broad
land. A Hood three or four feet higher
than last year, which would wipe Cincin
nati and Shawiibcto.vti and P.iduuuh and
many other cities an I villaps from the
laeu of the earth, would pass Cairo harm
lessly by, barely iv aching the tops of our
levees. The Newsman's talk is childish.
About, the I liinis Central railroad mat
ter, the News says: ''As far as the inten
tiona ot the Illinois Cenlral railroad com
pany are concerned, thu News knows nolh
injr except what it was told by citizens of
Cairo, who were presumed to bo informed
in the matters of which they talked."
Just so, good News, jiiht exactly no. Yuu
don't know anything about thu purposes of
tho Illinois Ceutralia railroad company, anil,
wo assuro you, neither 'lid thoso citizens
of Cairo who, you presume, were "in
formed in the mattern of which they talk
ed." Tho Illinois Central railroad compa
ny is not in the habit of hawking about the
atrouts iM denigiM for tho futuro with ref
orunco to any certain enterprise. What
leaks nut is permitted by the company to
leak out for effect to further its immediate
purpose, perhaps,' nothing more.
i i i ( iKY i:k
Cor. lif.li & Wash. Ave.
1MT1 A" A nro
OUT AT ONCE.
(JAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
Two Nights Only.
Tim Southern I'ttVerit' i',
piiipnrteil liy u llrlcUie Dramutic Coii)iiy.
F 1 1 1 DA Y KVJiNlNO
will liu pri'fentud the ftiicrcprriil Velo llruma,
A CELEBRATED CASE
The Gri'.it Hi'ineitionul Dimnn,
Streets of Now York
I'opntar prices -!, 50 anil 7'ic. No extra charge
fur reserved sents.
(irind farily mitliico Sntunlay afternoon on
which occiilou will liu produced llio ever popular
RIP VAN WINKLE.
Matinee l'rl en .".tic.; children. 2M
"CITY GUN STORE"
Oldest in tho city; established in 1802.
Com'l Avo , hutwuuu i'tli and lUth His,
H. Huntley &
MANUFACTUKEIt DKAt.liK IS ALL KINDS
Ammunition of all deurr 'pilotm alwv on hand at
110TTOM l'ltll Kfi.
(leneral repairing In all kinds of metal". Ki'jri
oral! rivncrlptiona madu to order, ami aatlcracllon
wnrriitilntl. (Ilvti me a call, and tin convinced for
vourauir. at tn i gn of the "JUU UU.N."
JOHN A. KOEIILKH,
111. Om Proprietor, Culro, lit,