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THE 0A1M 0A1K0 BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 20, r-v3.
.1oticfl6tHUeoiuran,eigrn cunii pr Hn JJw
BrKtkDd nr cnu per Ho cb ohiMnt loicr
tlon. Kor one wtwk. ,SOc'nt per line, ror one
Cionth.KOcenlii Per llr
Restaurant and Oyster House, 58 Ohio
Dissolution of Partnership,
liv mutual agreement t ho businesa part
nernhip until now existing between Charles
Feuohtcr and Stephen Schwanitz, under
tbe firm name ot r euctiter & schwanitz, u
this day dissolved.
The business of the old firm will be con
tinune 1 as heretofore by Cliarlei Fcuchter,
who will collect all debta due the old firm
and assume all the liabilities of said firm.
5t Stephen Schwanitz.
will buv a tjood meal cooked to order, at
DeBduii's. " tf
Fcrnisurd K(K)M3 for rent, northeast
corner 11th aud Wa-diington avenue.
109-1 m Mrs. Anka Farrkll.
Saddle Rock Oysters at DeBaun 56 Ohio
Apples! Butter! Flour!
Nicer, better, cheaper. Cull at No. 21 8th
Btreet, or telephone No. 83.
102 1m G. M.Aldbn.
will buy a good lU'.'al coked 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
uanner of blacksmitbin,' and wagon work
done to order. Repairing work a specialty.
Work done promptly. tf
will buv a good mcil cooked to order at
tfueKicn's Arnica Sal?e
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Suit Ilheum, 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
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, I
will send a recipe that will cpre you, free
of charoe. This great remedy was
discovered by a minister in South America.
Send a sell-addressed envelope to the Rev.
JosErn T. Inman, Station P.. New York
Strength for Mind and Body.
There is more strength restoring power
in a bottle of Parker's Ginger Tonic than in
a bushel ot malt or a gallon ol Milk. This
explains why invalids find it such a won
derful invignrant for mind and body.
For Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Depression
of Spirits and General Debility, in their
various forms; also as a preventive against
Fever aad Ague, and other Intermittent
Fevers,the "Ferro-Phosporated Elixir of
Calisaya," made by Caswell, Hazard & Cc,
New York, and sold by all Druggists, is the
best tonic; and for patients recovering from
Fever or other sickness, it has no equal. (1)
Work Given Out. On receipt of vour
address we will make an offer by which
you can earn $3 to $7 evenings, at your
home. Men, Women, Boys or Girls can do
it. II. C. Wilkinson &, Co., 105 and 107
Fulton Street, New York.
Never Give Cp.
If you are suffering with low and de
pressed spirits, loss of appetite, general
debility, disordered blood, weak Constitu
tion, headache, or any disease of a bilious
nature, by all means procure a bottle of
Electric Bitters. You will bo surprised to
see the rapid improvement that will follow;
you will be inspired with new life; strength
and activity will return; pain and misery
will cease, and henceforth you will rejoice
in the praise of Electric Bitters. Sold at
fifty cents a bottle by Barclay Bros. (5)
In SOKT AND STIFF
"We wish to call your attention to our most closrant lino
of HOYS' ami ClllLOHKN'Sreiiilyinailc Suits fop the FALL
and VI NT KR season, which we can hay without contradic
tion to show you the largest ami best assorted stock in the
city. We have paid particular attention in scloctintr our
Boys' and Children's stock to
and the new novelties, and we
KNEE-PANTS ycuamuLoo CHILD'S WAISTS
and will sell them takimr in consideration the way they are
made and trimmed tor less money than any house in South
ern Illinois. Before buying elsewhere examine our elegant
siock, aim uu uummixu ui wiuu we say.
CLOTHING A cur. 8th St.
a Specialty.! M. Werner & Son,
At Appraised Value, Cheap Goods
We hlinll II't on Monday HIM
closed nut all the remaininc stock of
Naw York Rtnrfl which consists of V
Goods, Notions, Roots and Shoes, Ribbons
aud many other goods at I lie appraised value
of 00c. on the dollar taken by us from tho
late firm of C. O. Patier & C. This stock
consist of over twenty thousand dolla
worth of goods.
This will enable the tra do to supply
themselves from such goods as aro left ol
this great stock, very cheap. Oivo them
rare chance to buy at ono-nait tneir cost
Call and see the bargains and goods oltere
neare now receiving our tall stocK
fresh new poods bought from first Imn
which we offer to tho trade at tho lowest
nnssihln nrircs. roiiKiatinrr of Drv (t iods,
r . - i -i -
Notions, Boots ami Shoes, Staple and Fancy
Groceries, in fact all goods needed tor tunt-
To make room tor our new goods we
must close out the former stock of tho old
firm of C. (). Patier & Co. Cull and buy
these goods at one-half their value.
1014-10d New York Stork Co.
The Daily Bulletin.
HEXERAL LOCAL ITKMS.
vt... .... t th4..i .nmmn. fi rnntrt Tlnr OTIC.
.iuiiitb iu . .... - . -- : '
ri ni'prtion unit whether marked or nut. if cairn-
ii.lml to fnwarrt any mau' Dusliieee inu-ren urn
rays pa!:! fur.
New type at The Bulletin office
The Illinois Central pay car was in
yesterday on time as usual.
Job printing at The Bulletin office.
"Celebrated case" this afternoon and
"Streets of New York" to-night.
-Turtle lunch, last of the season, at
Swobohi's saloon, corner 18:h and Poplar,
New presses at Tue Bulletin office.
"Celebrated Cjji)" is a comedy drama
which cannot but interest the ladies.
Printing ud ruling at The Bulletin
We are spurred by the Paducah News
that the Eckfordg will be here to-morrow
afternoon to play the deciding game with
the Cairo club.
Commercial printing at The Bulletin
Magnificent dressing is among tho
many attractions presented this afternoon
by the Huntley dramatic company at mat"
nee. Admittance fifty cents.
Wedding invitations at The Bulletin
The cxHiHv committee of the Wid
ows and Orphans Mutuil Aid society was
to havo met Thursday night, but didn't.
An interesting meeting is expected when
Mr. Fred Teichman has a fine gold
wutcli and chain, which will bo will give
away soon. Go and see it. It
Several days ago the little son of Mr.
II. F. Goodyear had a finger crushed be
tween the cog wheels of a machine belong
ing to Mr". II. A. llmnou. The finger had
to be amputated,
A gold watch and chain, H K, is to be
given away by Fred Teichman at bis bil
liard parlors some day in tho near future
It is on exhibition at his parlors. It
The boys became so troublesome at the
Opera House door last night that arrests
had to be restorted to, and several of them
will probably have to appear in court to
day. The butcher shop on the south side of
Eighth street, nearest Commercial avenue,
is now run by Louis K. Kochler, sr., and
Louis J. Kochler. Meats of all kinds and
best quality always on hand. 4t
Wo have hid tbe pleasure of examin
ing Geo. F. Cram's Unrivaled Family Alius
for which Mr. Win. C. Hirte will mike a
thorough canvass of our city. He also de
sire to secure a few good agents to work
MA UK TO
get all the LATEST STYLUS
& Com'l Ave.
Furnish'g; Goods. B
m Kentucky, Missouri and Arkansas. Any
person winhiiig a light, pleasant and paying
business would do well to call on or ad
dress Wra. C. Hirto, general agent, Du
Yesterday morning Magistrate Comings
rendered a discission in tho case of tho city
vs. the Wabash railroad switchman, decid
iug in favor of the city and assessing 8 lino
ot25 and costs acainst defendant. It is
understood that an appeal will bo taken in
this as has been tho rulo in all former
A number of young people ol this city
have decided to tender a ball to three
young ladies who aro visiting friends in the
city, next Monday night, at Temperance
hall. Tho young ladies in question are,
Miss Nellie E. McGrath, of Chicago; Miss
Angela Watson, of Denver; and Miss Nellie
1'itrsons, of Kennebunk, N. T.
In the parlors of The Halliday by Hev
Scarritt, Mr. M. E. Conger and Mrn. It. E.
Campbell, of Chicago, were united in mar
riuge in the presence of a number of ladin
and gentlemen, guests of the house
yesterday inorniug at 10 o'clock. They
were both very handsomo people and evi-
leutly well-to-do. They left yesterday on
the southern Illinois Central train.
It has been decided to put up an elec
tric light also in the uflice room of The
Holiday. An experienced electrician has
charge of the construction of the apparatus
and is now engaged in testing the lights
to bring them up to the requisite power.
Each light is to bo of two thousand candle
power. The posts for tho outside lights
have already been erected and are thirty
five feet high.
Mr. Louis Herbert has for a day or two
enjoyed a visit from a friend of his younger
d iys, Mr. Leo. Ebert, of Ohio. Mr. Ebert
was born and raised in tho same town as
Mr. Herbert; he is now a prominent busi
ness man and politician iu Ohio, and dur
ing the late election in that Btatu "stump
ed" the state for Iloadly, doing effective
work. Prof. Gogs' band sernaded him at
Mr. Herbert's residence Thursday night.
Yesterday Mr. Ebert, Mr. Herbert and Al
derman Blake went out on a fishing excur
sion. We have rectived the first issue of tho
Cobden Sentinel, a new paper Wished at
Cobden, Union county, III. It is an eight
page, five column weekly, published and
edited by .Mr. A. M. DuBois. It has every
evidence of prosperity and of being gotten
up by a practical newspaperman and u sen
sible fellow. Tho paper is a thing of beauty
and a positive joy in everything but its
politics. In this it is abominably Repub
lican. But this fact, in view of the results
of the late elections, only proves Mr. Du
Bois to be a man of extraordinary courage.
May ho succeed in everything but politics.
Some time ago three members of the
Widows and Orphans Mutual Aid society
allowed their regular dues to lapse and they
were declared by the secretary to bo no lon
ger members of the society. Subsequently
they wero reinstated as members of the
Bociety in the regular way. Tha secretary
claimed that this reinstatement as members
of the s iciely did not reinstate them as
members of the board of managers also,
but upon this point the reinstated members
lake issue with tho secretary, aud this
point is one of many submitted to the audi
tor of state fur his opinion.
-The cave at tho Tenth street sewer,
caused by the extraordinary rain of Wed
nesday night, is not halt so serious as some
seem to think. It is true, tho opening
tliMUgh wliich light penetrates to the
workeis was closed up, but only a few wag
on lo'id-t of dirt would havo sufficed to do
this. A few hours' work with tho wheel
barrows will clear the passage again of all
obstruction. The work of building tho
sewer Ins not even been interrupted by the
caving, but proceeds with tho samo vigor as
before. Nevertheless tho repeated cavings
have caused trouble and some delay, but
not enough to bi of any cousequonco at all,
viewed from a pecuniuary standpoint.
A very fair sized house greited the
Huntley dramatic company at tho Opera
House last night in Kip Van Winkle. The
pi iy is an old one and has, to a great ex
tent, lost public interest, hence, probably,
the lailure of the people to turn out in such
large numbers as a good troupe would
merit. But the presentation, Mr. Huntluy'd
pait particularly, was above criticism. Ho
was very amusing and very impressive,
moving tho audience to mirth or to sorrow
at will. Miss Kennedy supported him as
Mrs. Van Winkle or "Gretchen" with equal
ability. At the conclusion of the first act,
When the wite, driven to desperation by old
Kip'sdrunkcn habits, drovo him from tho
house, the parting scene was so realistic
that many in the audience were moved to
tears. Little Constance, as "Minnie," was
alo very good. Tho other members of the
company who had minor parts enacted tliem
Prof. Worihen, thu state guolngUt, iM
taken possession of tho bones of thu masto
don recently found at Chester, ami has hid
them removed to tho statu museum at
Springfield. Ho furnishes thu following
measurements: The length of skull Is 8
feet, breadth 2 feet, thigh bone 3 feet long,
bones of the foro leg 2 feet long, diameter
of tusk at base 8 inches, length of tho
longest tusk preserved, 5 feet and 0 inches.
Then there is another tusk that was attach
ed to tho head, but was broken oil" throe
feet from tho head. Tho shouhlor blades
are immense, and measure about 2 feet 0
inches across. Tho leg bones aro from 5
to 7 inches In diameter in tho center. Tho
specimen is well preserved, but of course is
not complete Some pieces of ribs, and a
low bones ol the loet wero not found, bt
sufficient of tbo remains havo boen found
to construct or form an estimate of ils im
menus siw. Souio idea may bu formed by
saying thu boues so far preservod wuigh
nearly 1,000 pounds.
"Although a littlo early in tho game
finite a i;. : .. . I 1 I
jui uYuijr iuieiei lsaircauy ueiug man
ifested among Republicans of this con
gressional district as to who will bo their
nominee next year. Capt. Thomas, it is
amu, win endeavor to oe his own successor.
Judge Harker of Alexander countv. Geo.
W. Smith of Jackson, W. S. Morris of
rope, I. M. Kelly of Perry, and J. 11. Mc
Fie of Haudolph, are all said to havo tho
congressional bee in their breeches, and
will test tho championship with Cant.
Thomas in tho next convention. If the
Deliberates havo any prospective candi
dates they have not yet come to the sur
faco. With no discission in tho uartv
ranks this district ought to be good for
AUUU majority for the nominee ot the He
publican party. We hope that in the fu
ture peace and harmony will prevail."
Tho Tribune is not auy more ahead of
time than Capt. Thomas is, who has been
for some time engaged in "setting up the
pins" for tho next contest. That Capt.Thom
as will "eudeavor to be his own successor'i
is a question about which we bad uo doubt
ever since thu captain's memorable speech
in tho Opera House here, in which he very
plainly mdicated his purpose to succeed
himself ail infinitum. And Capt. Thomas
is probably as strong a mao as the Repub
licans can bring forward. It is true, that
the captain was elected by a small majority,
but this fact was due, to a great extent, to
Barton and his gang. Btrton and his
tang are now, by a strange fieak of politi
cal fortune, the captain's hearty supporters,
devout worshippers, we may say, and this
would insuro the captain much easier trav
elling in the next campaign. The Trib-
Uue's speculation Concerning Deiaocr itic
candidates U premature.
-The London Lancet contains an ex
haustive (article on tho "Therapeutical
DrinkBng of Hot Water; Its Origin and Its
Use." The article is writteu by Dr. Ep
brain Cutter, an eminent physician of New
York City, and contains some statements
and suggestions which, to say the least, are
certainly worthy ot attention. Dr. Cutter
says that the first use made of hot water as
a medicine, or "health regulator," was made
by Dr. James H. Salisbury, of New York,
who by a series of experiments on men and
various animals, demonstrated its efficacy.
n his article Dr. Cutter gives directions
for the proper use of hot water. Iu the
first place, it must bo hut, l. c., not less than
100 or more than 150 degrees Fahrenheit.
This excites the proper action of the diges
tive organs. Cold water depresses and
lukewarm water causes vomiting. For
diarrhea the hotter the water the better.
For hemniorrliages it should bo st blood
heat. Tie qtianlty of hot water drank
varies from one-half pint to a pint and onc
liaif, according to the condition of the
patient and the disease treated. The hot
water should be taken one ur two hours
before each meal, and a half an hour b lore
retiring. This gives tho water timu to
operate before food enters the stomach or
sleep comes. The water should bo sipped
slowly, and tho swallowing of half a pint
should take half an hour. It takes six
months to wash out the liver and iutestircB
thoroughly. II tho hot water seems "Hat,"
flavorings, such as lemon, sago or ginger,
may be ad lo I. The effects of drinking are
noticed in tho improved feelings of tho
patient. The urine becomes clear as crys
tal, and perspiration is free. The digestion
improves, thirst disappears, and there is no
longer a craving of liquor. Taken as a
whole, from Dr. Cutter's estimate, the hot
water treatment is tho most complete rem
edy yet discovered for all tho evils flesh is
All the colored delegates from this city
who attended tho convention ut Spring
field, have returned and with few (XC' P
ti ins arc not well pleased with thu work
done. Mr. Scott and Judge Bird went
from here with the avouo I purposo of con
testing for thu chairmanship, but they were
met by two men lro:n Chicago who had tho
sainu ambition, and one of whom proved,
in thu end, that ha had tho longest pole.
This disappointment was one source of dis
pleasure, lint Judge Bird was ulecte I ono
of tho vice-presidents which somewhat
soothed him, no doubt, while Mr. Scott was
not only left entirely out in the cold to fur
as tho honors were concerned, but was
beaten by a man who came into thu conven
tion and made tho contest for tho chair
manship as a stalwart of the atalwarts, and
therefore Mr. Scott's independent blood
doeth circulate above tho normal rate. The
Cairo delegation introduced a resolution in
tho bij,; convention, similar in purport to
that Mr. Siiotthad caused to bo introduc
ed in tho little convention hero, though it
wascouchudin language less open. Tho
maimer in which this resolution was re
ceived and disposed of is thus given by
the Springfield State Register:
"Thu resolutions were adopted without
special objections until 'ho Cairo convention
resolution was reached. Hero there was a
wild soeiio for a few moments. The oppo
sition finally got in a motion through Sec-
ti . ..II .4 I
reiaryurown slather, to laoiu thu Cairo
resolution, Thu chair ordered a standing
Vote on the motion; Secretary Brown who
was figuring to beat the resolution ilid the
colltitlnir. and returned thu votn n 3.1 In
favor of tnliling to 23 against, although the
I.e. K il..
nutfiBicr rqiora'r uiuugiu it mo uutor wny
HEALTH and COMFORT!
Disinfect your PREMISES. We linvc a hvu
STOCK of "
COPPERAS, CIILOKIDE of 113115,
BROM0 CHLORALUM, (ilRONWN,
CARBOLIC ACID, Etc, Etc,
Also GENUINE DALMATIAN
1) 4 itfi F
STOVES, HAXGES, FUltXACES.
Tin, Copper and
Roolinir, Guttering ami all
mm onixi iiun
Nos. 25 & 27,
'J'KI.Kl'IIONK N'O. !'(.
1'IANOS AUD OJMJANS!
!! SIXTEEN OltfJANS anil SIX PIANOS !!
Do nut forget the Closing- Out 'nle of I'iam.s ami Organs at
W. C. JOCELYN'S
No. lH Commercial Avenue.
MUST RE CLOSED OUT AT ONCE.
Persons contemplating iurcliainj 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 juices.
A motion wiis mide ly Mr. Scott to mil
tin; roll, hut Chfiiriipin Tli'iiii'iM, who m
also ni;iiiiFit tin; (.'iir ii-w'iniiin, ri'ttit-cl to
uiitiutttin it. A motion wuh hIsk Hindu to
ri'CoiiHultir thu ( hiiirnuin refusing to enter
tiin it. The Ciiiro ri'vulu'ion declared
tfthlid hy forc! nf olhVi'il power. Tho no
tion of the oflh ers wm denounci'd hmdly."
Eminent men, men of nil miliums, indorse
St. J icohs Oil us p'lin-i ure.
MfT OH" I.KTlT.ll HKMAIMNO f.VCAM.Kl)
KOH IN THU I'OsiOKKHK AT CA I UO, 1 I.I..,
BATUHDAY, (KTDllKK liUTII, 1SSU.
Surnh Anderiton, Oliver Hdih, Nettie Iiur
ten, Addio Hoi, Elizi llrown, Mttyuio
Clark, M Curlio, II utie Fox, Annie Fit.s
Patrick, June Tnrr, (J li Gilford, Hell
Grimier, iv it iu U:rdon, Hunmth Ilnnin,
Li7. Hell, Americn Hill, Minnie ll urin,
Miiriii Hendricks, 15 ckey Joliiisjn, Mnu ly
Kilfjo, Li,t)onh Londiim, Sullio Mcl'mry,
Ettiu M irsh il1, Fiinnie Mclleiisun, Addio
Mulrtoii, Molly l'owers, M ';'iu l'ippin,
Ciit Kily, KIU H dim;', Mm ItollingH, Net
ciu.SndB,Lizifiu hkipwiich, Elmer Htcvaon,
Hanih Turner, S A U'lneler, Mundu Win
slow, Mary J Willsim.
Ilk NTH I.IHT.
Felix AiniHtroiiK, Tolio Hell, T h U-irtlet,
Jno W liuncy, Donald liiem James K M
liiin'ht, Hen HiInIom, Arllmr Hentoii, lloh
Chohcl John It Cover, (J K Coiihc, C K
Clement, Dr Col Clai k, Jmiies Diycy, Ja
cob Finer, WinOludeo Win (lieiiiii;, Fran
cia 0 interic, ClaimT CIiIh, V II Hurles,
N D Hutchie, Ueo Herd, IUv.d Hannman,
Charley Hicks, C S Hauon, Jim Jaekion,
John Kilio, Charh s Kli Jinues Lawton,
JS Liveity, Mr Lander, W 8 Mundi, 8
McKlsickH, J 11 More, J Me.Oiniiim John
McClamy, II Thaitu Milieu, Kd McClou.ly,
Goo McOunt, Hon McFnden, Montgomery
WarJ Si Co, Honory Nulwm, James Oulor,
James Owuiih, Thomaa Hrice, M J Picknoy,
Jamei A Plurmm, 1 O I'iley, Mouroo Rich
nrdnon, John Haley, Cetil Uamerpai t, 8am'l
8mlth, Nathan Smith, llotmry Small, Ed
Snlct, Kd Stewart, O Ferrell, John Thump,
Hon Truly, Klcliard Willianm, Jamet Ward,
Iro Wieheiforcit, Oeo WlcholV, William
IVirmniR oalllii) for tho aliovu mentioned
will please say ndveitlaed.
Wm. M. Muiumiy, roHluinstor.
tfiY 4 J
iVJIUlJiV 1 I) It
74 OHIO LIVICK
and Cor. oih & Wash. Ave.
; v lies
- - ' V.' A 1 j
kinds of work iu Tin, Connor
tuMic it) onier.
8th SI, Cairo.
OUT SA LK!
(JAIHO OPKKA HOUSE.
Two Niglits Only.
F HI DAY and i 1() P. 90
SAT Lit DAY, ( vtL. 10 0v U.
Ttie h.juihiTii l'ttvuriti f,
J. H. Huntley & Florence Kennedy,
tiiMirk'il li' a llrit fliici" Driiuutllo C'oinpiny.
will lu pn.'K'iitoT Hie mici'i'imrul Vulo Orsinn,
HIP VAX WINKLE.
Thu On-at H-iif lot) itl Dianm,
St roots of Now York
I'liimlur p'lfi'n i W mid r.c. No extra churua
fur ri'Mi'rwil n'nln.
(irmil fnrlly nuilM"! 'iiiunby nltiTiionn on
which on-ii-liili wlil Im inluci'i tliu ever popnUr
Mntlui't' l'ri i' .Jic clilkln ti, n
"OITV GUN STORE"
Oldest, la tli(! city; cNlalilislii'il in 1802.
Cuia'l Avu , Ixilwvon nth ninl tilth Sin.
MANUI'AtTUltKIl A lKAl KK IN At.L. litNUH
SB. OT-G UNS,
Ainiiiunllltinof all iWfr'piluni" alwavi on bun tl at
HUTTOM l'ltU ICS.
(1'iiieral nplrliia In klncln of iiieliili". Kcyi
nfll'l HenorlntloiK mailn lo tinier, anil MllrfHrtlon
wiirriitilod lilvoinuninll, anil h conylncod for
Vnriir, nt lti Kn of tli "UK 1UN."
JOHN A. KOKHLKR,
Ul.iliu l'ronrloiur, Cairo, III,