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TUB DAILS CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 23. m
month. HO cunli Prll"
Jiestaurant and Oystor House, 56 Ohio
Wanted A. good cook white pre
ferred. Apply to Mrs. Wood Rittenlinuse,
corner Walnut and 7th. ft
will buy a good ineal cooked to order, at
FuiiKiHiiKD K00M8 for rent, northeast
corner lltli and Washington avenue.
109-1 ra Mrs. Anna Faubkll.
Saddlo Rock Oysters at DeBauo 56 Ohio
Apples! Batter I Flour!
Nicer, better, cheaper. Call at No. 21 8th
street, or telephone No. 83.
102-lm 0. M. Auden.
will buy a good meal cooked to order at
De Baun's. tf
Sew Blacksmith Shop.
A new horse shoeing shop has boon open
ed by Mr. P. Powers on Tenth street. All
manner of blacksmitbing and wagon work
done to order. Repairing work a specialty.
Work done promptly.
will buv a good moat cooked to order at
Worthy of Praise.
As a rule we do not recommend Patent
Medicines, but when we know of one that
really is a public benefactor, and does
positively cure, then we consider it our
duty to impart that information to all.
Electric Bitters are truly a most valuable
medieino, and will surely cure Biliousness,
Fever and Ague, Stomach, Liver and Kid
ney Complaints, even when all other rem
edies fail. We know whereof we speak,
and can freely recommend them to all.
Exch. Sold at fifty cents a bottle by Bar
clay Bros. (6)
Huckien's Arnica Sal?e
The Best Salve In the world for Cuts,
Bruise, 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 pw box. For sale by Barclay
To all who arc suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, I
will send a recipe that will cere you, fkkb
of cn arqb. This great remedy was
discovered hy a minister in South America.
Send a self-addressed envelope to the Rev.
Josr.rn T. Inmak, Station D.. New York
Puke Cod LivehOil made from selected
livers, on the sea-shore, by Caswell, Hazard
A Co, New York. It is absolutely pure
and sweet. Patients who have once taken
it prefer it to all others. Physicians have
decided It superior to any of tho other oils
Chapped Hands, Fack, rinpi.K3, and
rough skin, cured by using Juniper Tar
Soap, made by Caswell, Hazard & Co.
New York. (2)
We cannot help noticing the liberal offer
made to all invalids and sufferers by Dr.
Kings's New Discovery for Consumption.
You are requested to call at Barclay
Bros' drug store, and get a trial bottle
free of cost, if you are suffering with Con
sumption, Severe Coughs, Colds, Asthma,
Bronchitis, Hay Fever, Loss of Voice,
Hoarseness, or any affection of the throat
or lungs. It will positively cure you. (6)
Wouk Given Out. On receipt of vour
address we will make an offer by which
you can esrn U 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.
in sorr and mrv
We wish to call your attention to our most elegant line
of HOYS' and CIHLUKBN'S ready-made Suits for the FALL
and WINTER season, which we can &ay without contradic
tion to show you the largest and best assorted stock in the
city. We have vu 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 aro
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. & Cora'I Ave.
M. Werner & Son,
At A ppralsed Value, Cheap Goods.
We shall offer on Mo-iday ami until
closed out all the remaining stock of the
New York store which consists of Dry
Goods, Notions, Boots and Shoes, Ribbons
aad many other goods at the appraised value
of 60c. on the dollar taken by us from tho
lato firm of C 0. Patter & Co. This stock
consist of over twenty thousand dollars
worth of goods.
This will enablo tho trade to supply
themselves from such goods as aro left of
this great stock, very cheap. Givo them a
rare chance to buy at one-half their cost.
Call andsoe tho bargains and goods offered.
We are now receiving our fall stork all
fresh new goods bought from first hands,
which wo offer to the trade at tho lowest
popsiblo prices, consisting of Dry Goods,
Notions, Boots and Shoes, Staple and Fancy
Groceries, in fact nil goods needed for fami
To make room for our new goods we
must close out the former stock of tho old
firm of C. O. Patier & Co. Call and buy
those goods at one-half their value.
10l4-10d New Yobk Stohe Co.
The Daily Bulletin.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notlcet tn tnae commn". ten com if linn,
rh Inxertton and whutUor marked or not, if csleu
luted to Toward aur mwTs bitKtiitiM lntun-st ara
al way paid for.
New typo at The Bulletin office.
Lovers of fine music will have a rare
treat on Thursday night.
Job printing at The Bulletin office.
Oysters stewed, and oysters raw, with
pickles, slaw, etc., for 25 cents on Thursday
A No. 1 Base-burners for soft coal
cheap, at A. Haltey's. 10t
Go to tho grand concert at tho Metho
dist church Thursday night-10 cents ad
mission. Go and see tho gold watch and chain
The river was stationary hero yesterday
at nine feet eleven inches. At points
above it was tailing.
New presses at TnE Bullktin office.
Frost for the first time this season was
an interesting topic of conversation here for
v while Sunday morning.
Bargains in Heating ami Cooking
Stoves, Stove-boards, Coal-hods, &c, at A.
Take your wives and sweethearts to
tho first ovstcr supper of tho season on
Thursday night at the Methodist church.
200 Heating Stoves and many other
thingB In that line at greatly reduced
prices, at A. Hallcy's. 10t
For Sale Portable saw-mill with or
without power. Mill extra heavy and 40ft
carriage; bargain. Address, C. C. L. & Co.,.
14th and Gratiot sts, St. Louis, Mo.
Go andjeco tho gold watch and chain
at Teichman's. Tu & Su
The Harrisburg Chronicle Sentinel
suggests Hon. F.M. Youngblood as a can
didate for congress on tho Democratic
ticket, with a firm conviction that ho is the
strongest man tho Democrats could put up.
Wanted Smart active boy to run
errands, put up mails, run press and make
himself generally useful around The Bul
letin offlco. Apply to-day.
The now comet will bo visible to the
naked eye during the month of December.
If the body has lost none of its brilliancy
in its long journey, wo may expect to see
tho winter skies decorated with a grand
In its last annual report the 8t. Louis
and Cairo railroad shows a capital stock of
$0,500,000; bonded debt $2,000,000. The
road is 152 miles long and has 1G miles
of side track. Tho rolling stock includes
22 engines, 14 passenger and 500 feight
811 1 UTS
MA UK TO
cars. Number of employes, 888. Total
number of miles run by passenger and
freight trains, 381,800. Total receipts,
$.'18'i,8 11 .34 ; expenses, $249,738.60.
A well-known carpenter entered tho
butcher shop of Louia Koehler, on Eighth
street last niylit and abusod young Louis
J. who happened to bo behind the counter,
lie got a healthy knock down for his little
Two gentlemen representing tho com
panies in which tho stock of Messrs, Ilinkle
it Son, lately damaged by fire, was insured,
arrived yesterday and went immediately to
work to adjust the damage. They will
probably reach a conclusion to-day. .
The Handoph county errand jury is
after the saloon-keepers with a Bharp stick.
Forty indictments were returnod againht
them by the late grand jury for violation of
the Sunday law. Twenty saloou keepers
in Hod Bud, all tho town contains, are
among those indicted.
Charles Throckmorton, the upholsterer,
had his hand badly torn by tho teeth of a
cotton picker which ho was feeding in his
shop on Sixth street yesterday forenoon.
Dr. Parker dressed the wounded limb. The
injury is very severe but, of course, not
fatal under the ore of such able surgeons.
Burton's Freo Press (Rep.) charged the
defeat of the Republican party in Ohio, to
"women and cranks," and for this ho was
wrapped sharply over the knuckles by bis
"temperance correspondent" last week.
Barton hasn't a word to say in reply, which
may be assumed to be'an acknowledgement
Carbondalo Criterion Democrat: "A,
Republican Bupreme court refuses to give
the colored man civil rights under the con
stitution. I he Republican party also de
clines to give the colored man office to any
great extent. It would seem, therefore,
that the colored man does not bisk in the
smiles of the Republican party as he did."
Corn was injured most by frost in
Michigan, Wisconsin, Ohio and New York.
It was also severely injured in Dakota and
Minnesota. The general averago of condi
tion is 78 per cent. The aggregate product
will be 1,600,000,000 bushels. Wheat ave-
erago 11.3 bushels to the aero. The ag
gregate may reach 420.000,000 bushels, and
the quality is not up to the average.
Tho official returns of all but ten coun
ties have been received by the secretary ot
Btate of Ohio. These and the estimates of
the ten givo lloadly a majority overForaker
of 12,507, and a majority over all of about
2,000. Tho greenback vote is 2,250 and
the prohibition vote is 7,520. The majority
against the prohibition amendment is about
53,000; it was lost without tho vote of
Mr. George E. Olmsted arrivod yestor
day about noon from Kansas City, Mo.,
where ho has been living for several yertis
llo appears to have been well taken care of
during his stay there, for ho looks tho very
picture of health. Ho went to Olmsted to
see his father and returned in the evening.
Ho will remain hero for several days, shak
ing hands with his uuny friends and then
return to Kansas City.
If young married couples would follow
the domestic plan laid down by Senator
Vance, of North Carolina, there would be
less in contentions in household, and per
haps lower divorces in courts. Ho said to
his second wife shortly after marriage:
"My dear, I'm a stubborn follow and you
may anticipate trouble. Now, in tho bo
ginning, wlulo I am submissive, I want to
give you one piece of ad vice. If you fol
low it, we'll get vn mighty well. It is this:
"Make mo do just as I darnod pleaso."
Five moro innovations in postal reform
are talked of, viz: Postal telegraphy,
postal savings banks, money orders for $5
at 5 cents, a uniform 1-cont rate for drop
letters, and the raising of the limit of one
ounce. There is much to bo said in favor
of each of these changes, while tho latter
three can, perhaps, bo safely adopted with
out much ado. Most letters weigh less than
half an ounce, so that an ounce limit, which
would do away with certain hardships,
would not seriously affect the revenue.
Vennor, tho weather prophot, siys
November will probably continuo open and
warm until tho latter part of tho month,
when a rather severo and wintry period is
likely to set in wi'.h hard frost. Tho foro
part of December will probably continuo
old and may lead many to look for an
early setting in of the winter of 1883-4, but
as in 1885, all will bo open again during
tho latter part ot tho month and closo of
year 1883. This year will go out and the
new year enter with but little or no snow,
even in tho northern sections.
Suuday night a negro named Caleb
Sherman deliberately threw a largo stone
through the window of a colored woman's
houso on Thirteenth street, and the rock
struck the woman on tho shoulder causing
a slight wound and a great deal of noise.
Caleb was fined $25 and costs by Mugis
rato Comings yesterday. Hollo Coleman,
another negress, who was foremost in tfco
disturbance consequent upon tho throwing
of tho rock, was lined $10 and costs by tho
same court. Justice Robinson disposed of
sovoral cases of cxceBsivo stimulation, at $1
and costs each.
As was expectod, the ball at Temper
aneo hall last night in honor of a trio of
young ladiei who are visiting hero, was ono
ol tho really brilliant little social events of
tho year In this city, It was attendod by
a largo number of our young people the
youth, boaury nnd chivalry of the city
who almost crowded tho hall. Music was
furnished by Prof. Storer's string band.
The company spent several hours most
happily in various ways. Tho ycung ladies
in whoso honor the bill was given havo
just reason to feel proud. It is understood
that an excursion party composed of these
young ladies and several young people of
Cairo will go down the river in a few daj i
to spend sovoral days at points of interest
in tho south.
Loud complaint is made by neighbors
in the vincinity of tho Tenth street hall,
because of tho riotious behavior of colon!
folks who hold frequent gatherings there.
Thoir loud laughter and shrieks and songs
andj general hiliarity, coupled with scufTl
ingson tho sidewalk and tramping like a
herd of wild mules on tho floor of tho hull,
resound through the stilly night air for
squaros around until tho weo sum' hour",
and cauo tho oleepy to spond tho night in
astatoot wakefulness and impious remaiks.
Generally, when tho colored folks have
amusement gatherings they givo their nat
ural inclinations full sway with very little
regard to the peace and comfort of the
All day Sunday the work on the Tenth
street sewer proceeded without interrup
tion and before night the cavity wasclenrod
of the lose dirt the rain had caused to fill
into and rill up the hole. The brick work was
commenced from the inner end also several
days sgo and now only about nine feet of
masonry remain to be done. Unless the
weather interferes, tho sewer will be done
In a very tew days now. The several cav
ings will, in tho end, only render the sewer
the more substantial, for by means of them
several ohjects buried in the ground near
the new sewer and that would havo pre
vonttd tho settling of the earth firmly
about the new sewer, were revealed, sud
they were removed.
Several of our ealoon keepers who
havo concluded to go out of the business
after the 1st of November, have probably
taken the hint given by a story that comes
from Dakota which, if true, will revolution
ize the saloon business. The story is that
near tho town of Gary, in that territory, is
a well educated farmer, who is a graduate
of one of tho most noted agricultural col
leges of Germany. By a series of experi
ments he has discovered that by feeding a
cow on hops, malt, and corn, she can be
translormed into a small brewery, and
made to produce the best quality of lager
beer. It is ready for use after being cork
ed up in juua for a day or two. The
neighbors aro all siugiug:
If I had a cow that would give such milk,
I would dress her up in the finest of silk,
I'd feod her on the best of hay,
And milk her forty times a day.
The new allowance of postmasters'
salaries, which recently went into effect, Is
based upon tho two-cent stamp rate. Be
low is a list of tho allowances per annum
forcertainof the smallor cities of Illinois:
Belleville " .. 2,200
Mt. Pulaski 1,100
The following concerning Judge D. M.
Browning taken from tho Chicago Times of
recent dato will provo of interost to many
"Daniel M. Browning, the grand master, is
circuit judge of tho first judicial circuit,
and resides at Benton, whero ho was born
and raised. Ho is only 36 years of age,
and has been on the bench ever since he
was 23, Ho was elected judge of the
Franklin C"unty in November, 1809, and
again in 1873 and 1877, and resigned as
county judge upon his election in 1879 to
bo circuit judge. In conversation with a
reporter for tho Times last night Judge
Browning said: 'The appointive officers
and tho Btanding comniitteeB have in tho
nmin given general satisfaction, and there
fore there will bo but few changes.' The
appointment of those officers and commit
tees is to be announced to-diy. Tho dis
trict deputies wid bo appointed in about
It seems that tho colorod people of
Pnlaski county havo taken the samo notion
that prevails, to Borne extent, in this city
among the, s uno class. It appears that, in
their unreasoning zunl for exorcising what
thoy, in their ignorance, deem tho high
privileges of freo born American citizens,
they have concluded to assumo control of
tho public schools, disregarding the au
thority both of tho school board and of tho
teachers of tho school and, infusing the
samo ugly suutimonts into tho untutored
minds of their young ones, havo caused
them to let out thoir natural cusseduess in
various acts of riotious vlolonco against the
teacher and the school. The Pulaski Pa
triot of Saturday gives tho following brief
account of the (iisgracoful affiir:
"Tncro has boon considerable trouble ex
perienced by tho directors of tho America
district with tho colored school, sonio of tho
parents objecting to the teachers that the
board had hired to teach tho school during
tho coming winter. As wo understand it,
"Wild Olive," "Mary Stuart," ''May Belle,"
"New Mown Hay," Etc., Etc., Etc.
"Edema," "Marechal Niel Rose' "Alpine Violet"
"Lily ot the Valley," Etc., Ete., TAc.
"Rosodora," "Cashmere Jtoquet" "Bridal Itoquet."
"Souvenir," Etc., Etc., Etc.
COLGATE'S FINE OAPS: "Rosemary," "Chash
mere Itonuet," "7th Regiment," "Four Seasons," "Rose
dora," "lloney," "Glycerine," -Reliable," Etc., Etc., Etc.
WM. M. DAVIDSON,
STOVES, RANGES, FURNACES,
Tin, Copper and .Agate Ironware.
Roofing, (uttering and all kinds of work in Tin, Copper
and Sheet Iron done to order.
jtos. 25 & 27,
TKr.K.piroxK x. o.
CLOSING OUT SAXE?
PIANOS AID ORGANS!
!! SIXTERN ORGANS and SIX PIANOS !!
Do not forget'tlie Closing Out ! ale of Piano ami Organs at
W. C. JOCELYN'S
No. 128 Commercial Avenue.
MUST DE CLOSED OUT AT ONCE.
Persons contemplating purchasing a Piano or Organ
within the next tew 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.
Miss Milliu Gnu nj-plk'd t the directoru
several months ho and t.-ku i tlmt tho be
employed to tcidi tin; s-dund during tin
winter. The school iiuthoiitieB demurred
nud told her tlmt .he must wait hs tho pa
truns of the school n.iht bo desirous of
uavini; a colored Uurher. The parents
were tjiveii to understand that the director
would bu Controlled by tin; wishes of Hip j
majority 01 ino colored people in tne dia
rict. Matters continued in this wiy until
withiu a short time ot th day net for the
opening of the school ami no teacher has
been eunyed, nud Miss Millie Qoe wb
informal that lm could have the school.
She accepted and the directors
Bccordinuly made a contract with her to
conduct the win'er term f the school. All
at once some of the parents discovered that
they wanted another teacher and made the
moot Htrenuous efforts to oust the teacher
but without avail. Thursday of last week
some of the schol trs henamu very unruly,
and eijjht of them, Peter Smith, Henry
Williams, Isaiah Thompson, Matt Hays,
Gnnt Johnson, Frank Stratton, Benjamin
Speed and Thomas Col man, began with
clubs and Bticks to break tho panes of
glass in tho windows, and tn una all sorts
of profane language toward the teacher,
who in turn complained to the directors
who hail tho b ys arrcstod. The boys were
brought to this city and nrrauged before
Srjuiro Kead, who lined them as follows:
Peter Smith, Henry Williams, Isaiah
Thompson and Mitt Iliys $4 and costs
amounting to $13.53 each; and Grant John
son, Frank Stratton, B'-njamin Speed and
Thomas Oilman, $2 and costs amounting
to $11.55 each."
Tho white citizens of Pulaski county
who, doubtless just as, hero aro compelled
to bear much the greiter share of tho bur
den of maintaining the colored schools,
seem to have found one way in which to
help themselves in cases of this kind and
have offered a lesson by which wo down
hero might profit.
Washington, N.J. Hon. Daniel Beatty,
our Mayor, says: "From my knowledge ol
St. Jacobs Oil, the groat pain-cure, it is un
cqualod as a remedial substance."
WOOD BY THE C.VK-LOAlJ.
Fifteen car-loads of good, dry wood for
flalo by Jacob Klee. On track, $10 per car;
deliverod, 20 per cur. Leavo orders at
City Brewery. 2t
Norvousnoss, Nervous Debility, Neural
gia, Nervous Shock, St. Vitus Dance,
Prostration, and all diseases of Nervo Gen
erative Organs, are all permanently and
radically cured by Allen's Brain Food, tho
groat botanical remedy, $1 pkg., 8 for $5.
7-1 OHIO UKV KK
anil Cor. lltli & Wash. Ave.
8th St., Cairo.
(JAIRO OI'EKA HOUSK.
FRIDAY, October 26.
! S-T-A-B !
will present for tho flrxt ttni In Cairo Bartley
Campbell' bctutlfiil and roininttc
with dow and elegant sconorj:
ACT lst.-InterIor of Ardon ITouse.
ACT 2d. Tho Farm House of Hill
ACT 3d. A lapso of ton years be
twoen 2d and 8d acts. Tim Farm Houso
of Phil Carrol, ten years later.
ACT 4th. Mountain overlooking
ACT 6th. Arden Manor.
rnmilur nrlcDi IB. 80 lad 7!o. No oilr rhr
fnr roaitrvad loaLl.