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Iratand Ore cenie por line each "f"uSao"'
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Heatatiraut nud Oyster House, 56 Ohio
Wanted A good cook white pre
ferred. Apply to Mrs. Wood Hittcnhouse,
corner Walnut and 7th. Ot
will buy a goal nienl cooked to order, at
FuiiMiHiiKU UOUM8 lor rent, northeast
comer lltli and Washington avenue.
109-lm Mrs. Ahna Fabrbix.
8addlo Rock Oysters at DeBaun 56 Ohio
Apples! Butter! Flour!
Nicer, better, cheaper. Call at No, 21 8th
street, or telephone No. 83.
102 1m G. M. Aldun
will buy a good meal cooked to order at
New Blacksiuitn Shop.
A new horse shoeing shop has been open
ed by Mr. P. Powers on Tonth street. All
manner of blacksmitbing and wagon work
done to order. Repairing work a specialty.
Worn done promptly. tf
will buv a good meal cooked to order at
Foil 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.
Worthy of Praise.
As a rule wc 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
medicino, 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 BroB. (6)
bucKien's Arnica Naive
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
I3rut8cs, 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 par box. For sale by Barclay
To all who aro sutlering 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, fhke
op ciiAiuiic. This great remedy was
discovered by a minister in South America.
Send a suli-addressud envelopo to the Rev.
Jorri'U T. Inhan, Station D.. Now 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 of Milk. This
explains why invalids find it such a won
derful invigorant for mind and body.
We cannot help noticing the liberal offer
made to all invalids and sufferers by Dr.
Kings's New Discovery for Consumption.
You aro 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, II iy Fever, Loss of Voice,
Hoarseness, or any affection of the throat
or lungs. It will positively cure you. (6)
Wokk Given Out. On receipt of vour
address wc will inuke hu offer by which
you can euro $3 to $7 evenings, at your
home. Men, Women, Boys or Girls can do
it. II. C Wilkinson & Co., 195 and 107
Fulton Street, New York.
fhom $5.00 TO $30.00.
We have now on hand a new and most elegant line of
Over-garments for Men, Bovs and Children, comprising all
the newest styles and novelties.
Having closed out our entire stock of last season's over
garments, we therefore have laid in a very large line for
this fall and winter season and will be able to show you a
much larger Stock of Goods to select from than any house
m the city; and being connected with one of the largest
manufacturer in the United State we are able to sell them
to you lor much less money lhan any of our competitors.
Vie call the attention of gentlemen contemplating the
purchase of an Overcoat to our CORK SCREW OVERCaVTS,
the genuine, not the imitation, which for fit, style and beau
ty cannot be equalled.
We are daily receiving new Overcoats for Boys and Chil
dren, and will be able to show you tho largest line iu
Southern Illinois. Before purchasing elsewhere, examine
our truly most elegant stock,
cuonegpbiIe Clothing House,
M. WERNER & SON, Pnors.
At Appraised Value. Cheap Goodn.
Wo shall offer on Moaday nud until
closed out all the remaining stock of the
New York store which consists ot Dry
Goods, Notions, Boots and Shoes, Ribbons
and many other goods at the appraised value
of 00c. on the dollar takon by us from tho
late Arm of C. O. Paticr & Co. This stock
consist of over twenty thousand dollars
worth of goods.
This will enable tht trade to supply
themselves from such goods as aro left of
this great stock, very choap. Givo them a
rare chance to buy atone-half thoir cost.
Call and see the bargains and goods offered.
We aro now receiving our fall stock all
fresh new goods bought from first hands,
wldch we offer 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 for fami
To make room for our new goods wo
must close out tho former stock of tho old
firm of C. O. Patier & Co. Call and buy
these goods at one-half their value.
1014-10d Nkw Youk Stork Co.
The Daily Bulletin.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices in taeie comma, ton cents per line,
ch Insertion and whether marked or not, if calcu
lated to Coward any man 'a buainoaa Interest are
always paid for.
New type at Tub Bulletin office.
Mr. Jno. Fry is now salesman in the
clothing department of Messrs. Goldstino
New presses at Tue Bulletin office.
Stratton & Bird are agents for Liquid
Royal Glue, that beats tho world as cement
for mending broken chins, glass, vases, etc.
Job printing at The Bulletin office.
Mr. Leighton Pine, manager of the
Singer company, arrived at The llallidny
yesterday. lie is here to inspect the works
of tho company.
Lovers of fine music will have a rare
treat on Thursday night.
Mr. F. K. Lounsbury, of Jersey City,
will arrive in Cairo this week, having taken
tho position of travelling salesman for the
bouse of Henry Breihan.
A No. 1 Base-burners for soft coal
cheap, at A. Halley's. . lOt
General C. W. Pavey, collector of this
internal revenue district, arrived at Tho
Halliday yesterday, and will remain several
weeks to look over the affairs of his office
Oysters stewed, and oysters raw, with
pickles, slaw, etc., for 25 cents on Thursday
Mr. Chas. W. Robarts, business man
ager of the Frederick Warde combination,
was in tho city yesterday and the day be
fore concluding arrangements for the ap
pearance of the company here on the 20th
Go to the grand concert at tho Metho
dist church Thursday night 10 cents ad
A special congressional committee of
senators and representatives, with Senator
Logan as chairman, was to have been here
yesterday to start from here on a trip down
tho Mississippi river to inspect the govern
ment works. But the committee did not
arrive tor some reason.
Bargains in Heating and Cooking
Stoves, Stove-boards, Coal-hods, &c, at A.
The report was current yesterday that
Chas. Throckmorton's arm had been ampu
tated, which was not true. As before sta
ted, the wound is a very severe one. Tho
teeth of the cotton picker caught the hand
and in a second stripps 1 the palm ami the
fingers of every particlo of flesh, from the
wrist to the tips of tho fingers. But, after
all, Dr. Parker hopes to save the hund in a
CAIRO BULLETIN; WEDNESDAY MORNIftG, OCTOBER 24, 13
condition that Charley can use it after a
manner when cured, which will naturally
require the nicest surgical treatment,
Takoyour wives and sweethearts to
the first oyster supper of tho season on
Thursday night at tho Methodist church.
The Chicago Ideals, tho opera compa
ny numbering forty artists who were to
have been here to show in the Opooa House
to-night, did not fulfil their promise and
will not be here. The Harry Mortimer
Dramatic company, Friday night, will,
therefore, be the noxt performance.
200 Heating Stoves and many other
things iu that lino at greatly reduced
prices, at A. Halley's. lOt
Officers Tyler and Taylor captured a
uegro named Page Wallace up towu Mon
day night, for creating a disturbance. Wal
lace is one of the most worthless follows
out of tho pen, always idle and nearly al
ways drunken and disorderly. Magistrate
Comings Que him $0 and costs and gave
him one hour in which to leave town.
Wanted Smart active boy to run
errands, put up mails, run press and make
himself generally useful around Tiik Bul
letin office. Apply to-day.
A special train is expected to arrive
this afternoon on tho Wabash road, bearing
tho Illinois Stato Board of lliilroad and
Warehouse Commissioners. .Tho board will
take the Wabash train at Grayville, come
down here and return on the same road,
goiug clear to Danville, the end of the line.
It is one of the board's periodical inspection
Tho radio for that fine, heavy double
case gold watch will surely come off at
Charley Bower's Saturday night, as tno
chances aro nearly all taken. It
A negro came down from Mound City
Monday and made straight for tho office of
Dr. Parker ta have tho stub of a finger that
had been amputated by a sausage machine,
dressed. Being asked by the Dr. if he per
mitted the othcrend of his finger to bo
ground into sausage, the negro replied:
"Dun no Bah wha it went to. Didn't pay
no'tention to it after hit were cut off."
A young white fellow named George
Phillips, aged about fifteen years, who
claimed to have como here from Vienna
and has been at work in the Singer factory
for a short timo, is accused of having
stolen a suit of clothes from his room-mate
in a house on Thirty-second street a day or
two ago and made his escape. Tbo officers
are looking for him.
Thero will bono change in tho date of
the corner-stone ceremony ot the Safford
Memorial Library building. Tho Odd
Fellows' committee of arrangements has
had no meeting toconsidor the proposition
and doesn't intend to have any, And yet,
to make the change, might accommodate
some who wish to attend the reception and
ball at The Halliday, and the performance
at tho Opera House also.
At a meeting of the Grand Com in mil-
cry of Knights Templar of Illinois at Chica
go yesterday, Dr. C. W. Dunning, of this
city, was honored with a re-election to the
important position of Grand Generalissimo
of the Grand Comuiandery of Illinois. Dr.
Dunning was not present at the meeting,
being detained hero by urgent professional
duties. The news of his re-election was
telegraphed here by Circuit Clerk A. II.
Thursday forenoon at 10 o'clock, at
tho residence of the bride's parents on 9th
street, the wedding ot Mr. Max. Heiman
and Miss Lillie Phillips will be celebrated.
Rev. J. W. Scarritt will perform the cere,
mony, after which a little reception will bo
held, and then the happy couple will leave
for St. Louis and other points of interest on
a little wedding tour. Both young people
have legions of friends in the city who will
extend congratulations to thorn in their
new found bliss.
About 8 o'clock yesterday morning an
engine, flat-car and cabooso started out
from New Madiid for Bird's Point, and
when but a short distance on tho road ran
over a cow and into the ditch engine,
cars and all turned over. Tho engineer
was slightly injured, and Mr. Robert Whit
acker, a young man well known iu this
city, being son-in-law to the late J. T.
Thomas, and now agent of the road at Now
Madrid, had a leg broken, which Dr. Park
er dressed. No one else was Injured and
comparatively little dainago was dono to
the rolling stock.
Mrs. G. W. McKeaig, Miss Mary Mc
Keaig, ami Mr. and Mrs. Mueller and Bon
arrived yesterday from the east. Mr.
Mueller ha, since his depurturo from here,
ha l charge of the signal station at Grand
Haven, Mich, no got four months loavo
of absence, spent tbreo months in a trip
with Ins family to his relatives and friends
n Europe, and will spend tho other month
hero. Mrs. McKeaig and Miss Mary went
to New York to moet them upon their re
turn from Europe and accompanied them
here. Mr. and Mrs. Mueller's many friends
here will he glad to see them sgain after so
many years absence.
It is reported that Secretary Folger
will recommend tho consolidation of cus
toms districts, of which there aro under ex
isting law 140. Tho secretary will adviso
congress to aboliah seventy-oiio of them.
That would invoko a reduction of more than
4,000 in tho customs servico of the country,
and a saving in tho cost of tho gervico fully
$0,000,000 a year. As tho district of which
Cairo is the collection port has for soma
years fallen considerably short of paying its
expenses (which may bo said of fifty-oue
other districts also) there might bo somo
reason to expect that, in caso tho consolida
tion were undo, the Cdro district would bo
affected by it Id somo way. But it appears
that the changes proposed apply, almost
wholly, to the Atlantic seaboard, where tho
present districts were created about fifty
years ago. Bonie ports have pracrically dis
appeared. Maine, for example, has four
teen districts whon fivo would be ample.
This retrenchment will meet with local op
position, but will probably be effected
through tho votes of congressmen from dis
tricts not directly affected by it.
Paducah News, Monday : 'Tho Illi
nois Central engineers, engaged in survey
ing a route lor tho proposed Wetaug, Me
tropolis and Paducah railroad, were run
ning their lines through our neighboring
towu of Brooklyn last Friday. The road
strikes the river in tho upper end of Brook
lyn, and the "inclino" will run down on to
the rocks in front of the steamboat landing.
After locating tho route through the village,
they went buck towards Metropolis, follow
ing tho nige which is supposed to extend
from Brooklyn to a point near Metropolis.
Tho greater part of this ridge is said to be
above the highest flood mark."
About noon yesterday a se iffdd about
twelve feel high, erectud around no addition
that is being built to the ica factory, upon
which Mr. D n Kelly whs at work with bis
three sous, broke lose and full to the ground.
The boys all escaped uninjured, but Mr.
Kolley's left foot caught between and under
a quantity of lumber that lay upon tho
scaffold, ami was turned outward, right
up sgainBt the leg, causing a compound
fracture of tho ankle. He was conveyed
to his home, and Dr. Parker was summoned
and lie dressed tho wound. Siuicthiug
over a year ago Mr. Kdley had his right leg
broken by a similar accident.
A tolerably well dressed man, over
six feet tall, and with an intelligent look
and gentlemanly bearing, stepped up to
the counter of The II illidny's oflico yester
day nfternnon.and, interrupting a conversa
tion between Mine Host Parker and Mr.
Sol. Siver, said, with every evidence ot
earnestness, "I understand you gcntU men,
have concluded to hang mo and I prote.-t
that you are doing me a great injustice."
His words wero mistakcu for a joke, and
Sir. Silver replied that wo hanged people
here only every six months and as the last
victim had expired only a day or two
ago, tho stranger need have no fear for his
own life tor at least six months to come.
But the stranger did not seo tho humor.
On the contrary he became more earnest
and energetic, saying that he couldn't bo
fooled; that preparations were even now
being made to bang him; that bo wouldn't
care so much if they went about it in the
riplit -way, give him a fair trial and con
victed him; but he didn't wont to be bang
ed hy a mob. It was evidont that the man
was a mono maniac ami he was permitted
to ramblo on until ho got tired ami left.
Who ho was or where from was not ascer
Cleve'and P.aindealer: ''The Aca
demy was well filled last ninlit with a very
intelligent audience to witness Mr. Warde's
presentation of 'Hamlet.' As in everything
he has given us this week he was in 'Ham
let' the recipient of the most unequivocal
admiration from his au hence. Tlierc is
very little of the traditional and stilted in
Wmle's 'Hamlet.' It is a well conceived
and cleverly portrayed character without
blemish of mannerism. Hither quiet and
subdued in tone as a whole, still he dis
plays in those scenes where force is de
manded all that is requisite for tho occa
sion. In the handling of the scene with
'Ophelia' immediately after tho delivery of
the famous soliloquy 'to bo or not to be"
and that with tho queen mother after the
play scene, Mr. Warde is especially goo 1.
There is a strain of thorough originality in
his methods which evidences deep and in
telligent study and the power to grasp sali
ent and striking points of character which
proves him at once a grctt actor. In a part
of 'Hamlet' it is over easy to bo merely an
imitator nud indeed so prone is tho general
public to look for the characteristics of
some favorite in the work of another actor,
it requires boldness as well as talent to
shape and depict new conceptions. Mr.
Warde gives convincing proof in the inde
pendence of his treatment of this, tho great
est character on the stage, that he is en
tilled to tho very highest rank among the
leaders ot dramatic art. Ho was frequent
ly interrupted by rounds of applause and
was several times called before the cur
tain." Mr, Warde has tho best troupe that
has ever travelhjl. The company will
play "Virginimt'' next Monday night and
"lhmlet" on Tuesday night.
Friday evening, October 2flth, Harry J
Mortimer's Diamutic combination will pres.
ent "My Oeraldino" for the first time iu
Cairo, It being one of Hartley Campbell's
beautiful ami spirited plays, and produced
this season for the first timo in thu west.
Mr. Mortimer Is well know to many of
our old citizeiix, ho haviyg nppearod here
during the war, ami is known as a flrst-iate,
painstaking actor, lie has surrounded him-
self with a good troupe of people and will
givo our citizens au entertaining show.
WESTERN HAM BUNGS.
Spocla) Corronpondotico to Tho Bullotlni
Oiikki.kv, Com),, Oct. Hint, 1883. -From
Denver wo roll away westward up tho
Cli'nr Cretik vslluy to tho town of Golden,
' ALFRED WRIGHT'S:
"Wild Olive," "Mary Stuart," '-May Belle,"
"New Mown Hay," Etx?., Etc., Etc.
"Edenia," "Marechal Niel Rose," "Alpine Violet"
"Lily ot the Valley," Etc., Etc., W
"Kosodora," "Cashmere Boquet," "Jiridal Boouet."
"Souvenir," Etc, Etc., Etc 1
COLGATE'S FINE SOAPS: "Rosemary," "Chash
mere Boquet," "7th Regiment," "Four Seasons " "Rose
dora," "Honey," "Qlycerine," -Reliable," Etc, Etc, Etc.
WM. M. -DAVIDSON,
STOVES, RANGES. FIT! W Afros.
Tin, Copper and
Roofing Guttering and all kinds of work in Tin, Copper
and Sheet Iron done to order.
Nos. 25 & 27, 8th St., Cairo.
TKMCPIIOXK NO. GO.
CLOSING OUT SALID!
PIANOS AND ORGANS!
!! SIXTEEN ORGANS and SIX PIANOS !!
Do not forget tlio Closing Out alc of Pianos and Organs at
W. C. JOCELYN'S
No. 128 Commercial Avenue.
HE CLOSED OUT AT ONCE.
Persons contemplating purchasing a I'iano or Organ
within the next few 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.
in JdTlrsou Co., wliicli is a beautiful town
at thu bHStf of the foot hi'ls find hemmed iu
by surrounding bluffs some of which are of
a peculiar and picturesque appearance.
Tho town is mostly built of brick, tho bus
iness houses of a substantial nature. Smelt
ing works, machine Hliopg snd it being the
verging point from which railroads stretch
out in various directions into the moun
tains to the miuing camps, make it a place
of considerable importance nod business.
On we speed, up an unu-ually steep grade
and over a serpentine road we reach Bould
er county, a county noted (or its rich mines
and agricultural products. One-half the
county is in the mountains and one half
on the plains. Douldor City is situated iu
the mouth of a grind canon and is a nicely
built town of tour or five thousand inhabi
tants. Two large, tinely finished public
school houses grace the town, and the new
court house, built at an expense of about
100,000 is a tine structure. Tho State
University, now in u thriving condition is
located here. As immense, rich mineral
deposits exist iu close proximity, a number
of smelting works nre in full blast. James
town, which had such a Lig boom last
Bpring, is fourteen miles distant. Through
a most beuutiful valley we speed along, ar
riving at Lotigmont, one of the thriving
towns of northern Colorado. As tho town
is situated in the centre of a large agricul
tural region, it is the principal shipping
point for grain and hay and being a town
built up and supported by the agricultural
iuturests of tho section oi country iu which
it id located bids fair to he a permanent
and prosperous town. Au immense crop of
grain is hero waiting an improved price in
market, when it will mostly bo shipped off
CONTINUKU ON T1IIKD I'AUK.
A. (Ji-ftrul H. J. JOxourston
I. Cm R TEji
tad return. Fnru ror roiiim trip,
Tlcknl" uuuit to return ou any train within 30
Uy. I'rocords lor Ihn bnneflt of liunuvoluncu la
Murlnn, 111. Train will luv Cmro H :W p. m.,
Oct. ilOth, 1H8S. Eld. K. It. TKIMnL.lI,
Maiiattnr, Jtanou in.
74 OHIO LJWiEE
and Cor. 8th & Wash. Ave.
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26.
A Hare Combination!
Harry J. Mortimer's
will pri'eiit for tbc flrnt time In Cairo Bartlcy
Campbell' beautiful and romantic
with new and elegant teener? :
ACT lst-Interlor of Anlen House.
ACT2d.-'Ihe Farm House of l'hll
ACT 3d. A lapse of ten ypars be
tween 2d and.3d acts. The Farm House
of Pliil Carrol, ten years later.
ACT 4ta. Mountain overlooking:
ACT 6th. irden Manor.
Popular prices 2A, 60 and 75c. No extra cbarga
for renurved eeata.
QAIRO OPERA IIGUSE.
October 29 & 30.
Third annual tnnr of
Mr. FREDERICK WARDE
and a company of acton under tho manage
ment of Mr. Jotin J. Collins,
The Roman Father.
Beautiful Coatumual Koman Armor I 4 c.
Kverything Historically Correotl
I WScale of Frlcua: rarmietta and Clrr.1i, l.f0;
l)ro Circle, T&oanU. No oxt achate lor r.
served ruiau. Tickets on sale at Iludor'a Jewelry
tore. Thursday morning at 10 o'clock, UalUry
prlrea at uaoal.
tin- -Ki7LBi irr