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Notice In thUeoiumn, eiirnt cent par Una for
Irataud flra cent per Una each tubaequent tneer-
lion. For one wtwk, DOcuun par Una. for on
month. i0 conn par Una
Kcstsurant and Oyster House,
Wanted A good cook white pre
f.,...,.l 1 nnln 1 ra W,w.,1 T? ! tt.iti Iw.n an
corner alout ami 7th. Ct
will buy a good moal cooked to ordor, at
Deliaun a. "
Fciinishkd nooMS for rent, uortheast
corner lltli and Washington avenue.
109-lm Mrs. Anna Famiell.
8add!e Rock Oysters at DeBaun BO Ohio
Apples! Butter 1 Flour!
Nicer, better, cheaper. Call at No. 21 8th
street, or telephone No. 83.
102 lm 0. M. Alden.
will buy a good meal cooked to order at
De Biiun'a. tf
New Blacksmith Shop.
A new horse shoeing shop has boon open
ed by Mr. P. Powers on Tenth street. All
manner of blackninitbing and wagon work
doDe to order. Repairing work a specialty.
Work douo promptly. tf
will buv a good meal cooked to order at
Foii 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 wo do not recommend Patent
Medicines, but when we know of one that
really is a public benefactor, and does
positively cure, then wo consider it our
duty to impart that information to all.
Electric Bitters are truly a most valuable
medicino, and will surely euro 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)
HueKien's Arnica Salve
The Best Salve In the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Bores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, ChilblainB,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It in guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Prico
25 cenU par box. For sale by Barclay
To all who are suffering from the errors
and indiacretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, I
will send a recipe that will ct?re you, fkke
or charge. This great remedy was
discovered by a minister in South America.
Send a sell-addressed envelope to the Rev.
Joseph T. Inman, Station D., New York
If you suffer with Sick Headache, Con
stipation, Sour Stomach, or Bilious attacks,
Emmy's Little Cathartic PilU will re
lieve you. 15 cents. (3)
We cannot help noticing the liberal offer
made to all invalllB and sufferers by Dr.
Kings's New Discovery for ConHumption.
You are requested to call at Barclay
Bros' drug store, and got a trial bottle
free of cost, if you are suffering with Con
sumption, Severe Coughs, Colds, Asthma,
Bronchitis, liny Fever, Loss of Voice,
Hoarseness, or any affection of the throat
or lungs. It will positively cure you. (6)
Work Given Out. On receipt of vour
address we will mitko an offer by which
you can earn 3 to 7 evenings, at your
home. Men, Women, Boys or Oirla can do
it. II. C. Wilkinson & Co., 195 and 1U7
Fulton Street, New York. .
behave now on baud a new and most decant lino 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 largo Hue for
this lull and winter season and will be able to show you a
much larger Stoek of Goods to select from than any house
m the city; .am being connected with one of the largest
manufacturers in the United State?, we are able to sell tiiem
to vou lor much less money than any of our competitors.
e call the attention of gentlemen contemplating the
purchase of an Overcoat to our CORK SCREW OVERCOATS,
the genuine, not the imitation, which for lit, stylo and beau'
ty can not be equalled. J
We are daily receiving new Overcoats for Roys and Chil
dren, and w II be able to show you tho largest line in
boutlicrn Illinois. Before purchasing elsewhere, examine
our truly most elegant stock,
caSA Clothing House,
M. WERNER & SON, Pitors.
The Daily Bulletin.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS
Notice in tnaia commna, ten cent per line.
aeh Iniertlon and whether marked or not, u caicu
Uted to fbward n mm'l bunlnoi lntoroit are
al way paid for.
New type at The Bulletin oflico.
Indian raids are again imminent in
New Mexico and Arizonia.
Lovers of fine music will have a rare
treat on Thursday night.
Capt. Wayne Reid, the novelist, is
dead. He was 65 years old.
A No. 1 Base-burners for soft coal
cheap, at A. Halley's. lOt
Buder has tickets and reserved seats on
sale for the Mortimer Combination Friday
evening next at 75, 50 and 25 cents.
Bargains in Heating and Cooking
Stoves, Stove-boards, Coal-hods, &c, at A
Commencing to-day I will offer my
household and kitchen furniture at private
sale at my residence on Tenth street. Q
New presses at The Bulletin office,
Oysters stewed, and oysters raw, with
pickles, slaw, etc., for 25 cents on Thursday
Bartley Campbell considers "My Oer-
aldino" tho best play he has ever written,
really better than "My Partner" producod
here by the Aid rich &, Parsloe Company
two years ago.
200 Heating Stoves and many other
things in that lino at greatly reduced
prices, at A. Halley's. lOt
Several weddings, the parties to which
are popular young people, but whose mat
rimonial intentions are not matters of com
mon talk, will transpire within tho next
Job printing at The Bulletin otBce.
Go to the grand concert at the Metho
dist church Thursday night 10 cents ad
mission. Mr. Jeff. M.Clarke, of the firm of
Clark & Lwetr, left last night for Chicago
to lay in a stuck of wall paper, moulding,
window shades, etc., etc., for the approach
ing holiday season.
Take your wives and sweet hearts to
the first oyster supper of tho season on
Thursday night at the Methodist church.
The Illinois board of railroad and
warehouse commissioners did not arrive
yesterday, but were expected about mid
night last night, they were to have left
early this morning on their return trip and
probably did bo.
Wanted Smart active boy to run
errands, put up mails, run press and make
himself generally useful around The Bul
letin offico. Apply to-day.
Mr. Phil. Barclay returned several
days ago from a business trip up the road
and was almost completely overcomo with
malaria. The country, it seems, in all di
rections, is full of malarial diseases, and
the demand for quinine, etc., is excessive
Mr. Roberts, the advance agent ot
Fred Warde, speaks in the highest terms of
Harry J. Mortimer and his etur combina
tion, and assures us that whilo the company
is not large, it is composed of really able
talent, probably the best on the road.
Tho discussion upou various church
subjects held by tho Episcopal convention
now in session at Philadelphia, have ex
cited the controversial spirit of Capel, tho
great Catholic churchman, and he will is
sue "an appeal to the good sense of the
Protestant Episcopal convention now in
session," in which he will endeavor to prove
that "Catholic is the essential quality and
necessary mark of the true church." The
CAIRO BULLETIN : THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 25, 1883.
pamphlet will be "short and to tho point
and will put before tho American public
the true nature of tho Catholicity of hi
Mr. Will Williamson has severed his
connection with The Bulletin offico and
has gone to St. Louis to take a position in
a mercantile house in that city. Ho lias
large number of friends and acquaintances
in Cairo, among whom he will bo greatly
Tramps have been making themselves
conspicuous in unusual largo numbers on
tlie outskirts of tho city for several days
back and Chief Myers believing that they
were becoming too numerous and might do
mischief, lias taken steps to have some of
them "run in" that they might bo run out,
Two young women named Belle St
Clair and Lizzie Norman, inmates of one
of the castles of infamy on Thirteenth
street, threw all their wardrobo out of the
windows night before last and silently
stole away without the knowledge nf the
mistress. It is thought they went to
-Wedding presents are desirable, but
not the plated silver and gold ware usually
presented for show and effect. Present
something that will be a thing of beauty
and of joy forever, in the shape of a fine en.
graving, chromo, or photograph, handsome
ly framed, Thoso fine enamel easle cabi
net frames are just the thing. Call and
sco for yourself at Clark & Lovett's, Wash
iugton avenue, north of Eighth street.
Tho agent who camo to adjust the log
ses sustainou by Messrs llinckle & bon in
the lato fire came to a conclusion Tuesday,
fixing tho amount at $610, which was en
tirely satisfactory to all parties coocorned.
Tho second agent of the German Insurance
Company, in which Mrs. Isaac Walder's
country property was insured, succeeded in
adjusting the loss sustained by Mrs. Wal
der to the lady's satisfaction, 'fixiug the
amount at $1,450.
-A meeting of the Grand Chapter of tho
State of Illinois, a branch of tho Masonic
order, is to begin at Chicago to-day, and
conclude to-morrow. An election of offi
cers is the main object of the meeting. Mr.
A. Goldstine, High Priest of Cairo Chap
ter, left yesterday afternoon to attend the
meeting. From Chicago Mr. Goldstino will
go on to New York and other eastern cities
topurchaso a stock of winter goods. He
ill bo gone about a week.
Considerable excitement was created
csterday torenoon at the home of Mr. Joo.
McNulty and vicinity, by tho suddeu and
apid entrance of Mr. McN. and Dr.Parker.
They had been summoned by Mr.McN's son
ho had run to the store and announced
that his littlo brother was dying. But the
patient was found only with a little fever
and was much surprised at the appearance
of his father and tho physician, as was also
his mother. It seems that the little fellow
who created tho disturbance had misunder
Btood something that bis mother had said
Mr. Ebert, of Ohio, who was hero on a
i if t rr l i . . .
vmii w air. ijouis ueroerr, last week, is
president of the Ohio State Brewer's Asso
ciation. He says that the association is
comprised almost exclusively of former Ku
publicans, the withdrawal of whoso sup
port caused tho recent Republican defeat
in that State. He also says that the asso
ciation is determined in its opposition to
the party and will not waver in 1884. He
predicts the same result next year as
characterized of the recent election.
Joseph Bradley, of the suprome court,
is a man of many sorrows and acquainted
with being ground between the upper and
nether stone. He was particeps criminis to
the fraud of 1876, for which he has not
ceased to receive the indignant protests of
an outraged people. Now the colored peo
ple are giving him prominence in resolu
tions ot a red-hot nature filled with scorn
and contumely. Mr. Justice Bradley is
chief among that unfortunate class to whom
it would have been money in their pockets
h id they uever been born.
An excursion of peoplo troru the
north, tilling eight coaches, camo down on
the Illinois Central yesterday morning, and
continued on their way south, to New Or
leans. It is hardly a week ago since a sim
ilar excursion went from New Orleane and
other southern points to tho north. These
excursions from north to south and and
vice versa will do much toward establish
ing fraternal relations between the peoplo
of tho two sections, and developing business
relations that will pmvo profitable on both
-Alderman Blake, who accompanied
Mr. Louis Herbert and Mr. Ebert to Reel
foot lake in Tennessee on Sunday, speaks
in terms of high praise of the locality as a
pleasure resort. Reel foot Iriko is about
forty miles long and on an average of four
miles wide, and is full fine fUli of various
kinds. Tho woods about there aro also
teeming with game of every description. It
is situated about twenty miles from Union
City, which distance must bo made by
hack. Near thu lake is a littlo place called
Mlewild, where a Capt. Williams keeps a
hotel and not only sets a most elegant
table, but furnishes many accommodations
which ono woul l expect to fiQl ouly in
cities. The place is mhot (oo
rar away for most 0f our
hunting and fishing parties, but it will
doubtless bo visited by soyeral before tho
season is over..
-An clopomenthas for several days buen
the subject or some talk in tho central por
tion of tho city, wboro tho parties to it
lived. A young girl named Laura Cordcl
ana a young man named Win. Pulsn told
tho formor's mothor, Mrs. Rebecca Cordell,
Tuesday night that they would take a walk.
They were permitted to go, as they had
trequeutly done before, Mrs. Cordell bus
pecting nothing wrong and noticing noth
ing unusual in their appearance or behavior,
But subsequent rtovelopemonts proved that
the young peoplo didu't go "just as far as
tho gate, dear ma," but lett tho city or
hid Bomewhero. At any rato they did not
return and nothing had been hoard of them
last night. Tho young girl is about seven
teen yearS old and was rather prepossessing
in appearance. Her grandmother, Mrs. R.
S. Davis, keeps a vegetable stand on Eighth
street, and her mother keeps a fruit stand
on Commercial avenuo above Tweltlh. Be
tween tho two places Laura spent most of
her time. Young Pulse was twenty-three
or twenty-four years old. He has for some
time been employed in tho Illinois Central
yards up town and had been boarding with
Mrs. Cordell for over a year. He had been
paying attentions to tho daughter for some
time, but Mrs. Cordell did not suspect that
his attentions were serious, and gave no
sign of disapproval which might have
served as a ground lor an elopement. Mrs.
Cordell is very much affected by tho disap-
pcaianco of her daughter; she is overcome
with grief and for a while yesterday was
thought to be on the verge of insanity. She
fears that her daughter has been the victim
of foul play, although there is little reason
to believe that this was the case. The
most reasonable conclusion is that tho
young peoplo just took a notion to run off
and get married and will return in duo
time happy man and wife. In the mean
time, however, Mrs Cordell and Mrs Davis
would be pleased to receive any informa
tion concerning the truants since their de
parture. A Lucky Oil Speculation.
Chicago, III. Mr. Peter Van Schaack
one of the leading citizens of Chicago, and
a member ot tlio tumous"01d Salamander,
Wholesale, Drug House of Van Schaack
Stevenson & Co., informed a Tribune re
porter that a large number of his personal
friends, as well as scores of representative
men throughout the Northwest, with whom
ho bad conversed upou the subject, had
found St. Jacobs Oil a pain curing aud
healing remedy ot wonderlul cfiicaev. He
referred the reporter to prominent members
of the City Government, who nraised it
GRAND VOCAL AND INSTRUMENT
AT M. E. CnUHCH THUK8DAY EVKMKQ,
1. Chorus O, Praise the Mighty God;L,
Emerson. M. K. church choir.
2. Duet When I Know that Thou Art
Near Me; F. Abt. Miss Nellie Parsons and
3. Haritono Solo The Deep, Deep Sea
Chas. Gabriel. Wm. N . Hutlcr.
4. Instrumental Quartette Solo obliato
by J. L. Sarber, Claironctte Mr. Parsons,
Cornet Mr. McKce, Rallad Horn Mrs. IV-
soiip, Iromboue Mr. harber.
0. Soprano Solo I rue to the Last; S.
A'liiiis. Miss ISellio Parsons.
0. Duet Come With Me; F. Campana.
ai iss radons and Mies Httie McKee.
7. Clarionette Solo Aria Larghetto;
ronstan unite. Ueorge Parsons.
8. Voea. Quartette-Stay With Me; Ot'o
Lob. Miss Parsons, Mrs. Sarber, Mrs. Mac
Dowell and Miss McKee.
9. Duet There's a Sight in tho Heart;
A. Fiicher. Miss Parsons Bnd Mr. Butler.
10. Instrumental Quartette Solo ohli
irato by Mrs. Geo. Parsons, Clarionette Mr.
Paisoim, Cornet Mr. MeKe, Ballad Horn
Mrs. Parsons, Trombone Mr. Sarber.
Concert to commence promptly at 7:!10.
Admiscion 10 cents. It
The simple unnouncemeut that this emi
nent tragedian will appear before a Cairo
audience on 2Uth and liOth of this mouth is
sufficient to assure crowded houses both
uigias. I lie opening night will witness
thu production of ''Virginus," in which
diameter of the Roman Father, Mr. Warde
is said to stand without an equal upon the
theatrical boards of the world.
Hamlet will bo rendered the second
night with all the grand scenic effects neces
sary to first-class production of Skakespoar's
masterpiece. Mr. Wardo is classed with
Barrett, Booth, McCulh.ugli and Kuue,
and h is no peer even umoug these great
actors in tho special characters he assumes,
notably Viiginius. Ho is supported by a
company of 17 artists, every one a star, and
carefully selected for the especial abi.it
each displays as delineators of thu higher
order uf Shakosporian characters.
Miss Anna Uoylo lending lady deserved
ly shares the honors, aud as Virglna depicts
maidenly modesty and womanly grief am)
Bhamo with startling realism. This is thu
tlrst opportunity tor years our puoplu have
had to witness thu legitimate drama with
out going abroad, and will, no doubt, bo
sufficiently appreciative us to turn out
liberally. Tho engagement of the combi
nation has been cuiiHiimalcd at co,uidera
ble expense, more than lum lumn t.i,i t
ny other company sinco tho opening of
the Opera II nine, and it has bueu d anmd
advisable to slightly advance tho prices of
admission $1,00 f,)r reserved seats, parqu'itto
and parquotto circlo and 75 cents fmnily
This is but slight advancn over oidinary
prico and will be cheerfully pull by
those who desire to witness a perl'orinaiico
of tho very highest order ot merit.
Miss Francis Fields (Mrs. Sullivan) per-
soually well known by many of our cltl
acus, is the soubretto of tho troupe, In
which 1Ib4 of business shu is said to txcet.
"Wild Olive," 'iry Stuart," '-May Belle"
"Nnv Mown Hay," Etc.,' Etc., Etc. '
''Edenia" Jarechal NM Rose' "Alpine Violet,"
"Lily ot the Valley," Etc., Etc., fee.
"Rosodora," 'Cashmere Roquet," "Bridal Roquet."
"Souvenir," T3tc., Etc., Etc.
COLGATE'S FINE SOAPS: "Rosemary," "Chash
mere Roquet," "7th Regiment," "Four Seasons," "Rose
dora," "Honey," "Glycerine," -Reliable," Etc., "fete, Etc.
WM. M. DAVIDSON,
STOVES, RANGES, FURNACES,
Tin, CopTcr and derate Ironware.
Roo!inr, (Jutterinj? and all kinds of work in Tin, Copper
ami Sheet Iron done to order.
Eos. 25 & 27, 8th St., Cairo.
TKI.KI'HO.VK NO. !'(.
!! SIXTEEN ORGANS and SIX PIANOS !!
Do not forget the Closing Out ale of PianoH anil Organs at
W. C. JOCELYN'S
No. 128 Commercial Avenue.
BE CLOSED OUT AT ONCE.
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.
I. O. let. TL.
Karo for ruiiml trip,
Tlckutu ffOOfi til rt'ttjrh nil hi,v Imin t III,,. 'Hi
(ly. I'mrut-il lnr tin: hi'uvlli f HiMn'Yolcncu l i
Marlon, III. Iru ii'vlll uvn Oim Ht
Ocl. Until, lhj Klu. K K.THIMHI.V.
.MttimiSiir, .Miirlon 111.
NEW YORK STORK,
WHOfiKSALK AND KFi'Al I.
ITie Largest Variety St net
IN T1IK CITY.
O. O. H ATM", It CO..
Cor, Nlnotnontb straut
Commnrrl&l Aviinui) I
"CITY GUi STORE"
Oldest iii tho city; OHtahliHlit'd In 1802.
Com'l Avo , lintwciim mil nmt HHIi Hot,
MANUFACTUnKIl dkamr in all kinds
Ammunition or Itll ilimrtMplln
Muni" nlwitvi nn hitntl at
MOTTOM 1' II t'KH.
Ilnniiritl reDllrlim In nil Itliwla tit lunula Knv
f ll ii'Fi:rlinitn mniWt 10 nritir. nml dhI liriii:t.loii
wurmiiiiicl. oWu nui it cnll, Hint lm r.onvluouil for
Tournoir, Hi tht h of tin' "Dili OUN."
JOHN A. KOKIILiKlt,
ttl'flm I'ruurluior, Cairo, 111,
74 OHIO LEVJSK
ami Cor. 8th & Wash. Ave.
mirchasiii!? a, vnm or nra-nn
QAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26.
A Karo Combination!
Harry J. Mor timer's
will profont for tho flrnt time In Cairo Bartley
Campbell' beautiful and romantic
with new and clniint aevnery:
ACT 1st. Interior of ArJen House.
ACT 2d -1 lie Farm House of Thll
ACT 3d. A lapse of ten years be
tween 2a and 8d acts. The Farm House
of Phil Carrol, ten years later.
ACT 4th. Mountain overlooking:
ACT 6th Arden Manor.
Popular prlcua 25, M and T.'ic. Ho extra charge
for remirved aiiala.
CAIRO OPERA II0USE.
October 20 & 30.
Third annual tour or
Mr. FREDERICK WARDE
and a company ol actora undnrtlm manaiio
meat nf Mr. John J. Colllim.
The Roman Father.
Beautiful Contumoil Komau Armor 1 Jtc,
ICvory thing Historically Corrwotl
LVHoalsofPrlcea! I'arnuotlu and Circle, 11.00;
H'rvml anal. Ticket on aale at
urn wirnio, tn cenu. no cnarye lor r.
lore Thiiradar morning at 10 o'clock. Uullery