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THE DAIU CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 20, is8.
Nntirfo lb tni column, eiKOV cents per Una for
Inland ttv cent, per lint each iubaequentlniwr-
lion. Kor one wwk. 30 cunt purlins. For one
mouth, fit) conta bur Una
Restaurant and Oyster House,
Wanted A good cook white pre
ferred. Apply to Mrs. Wood Ititteuhotiso,
comer Walnut and 7th. Ot
will buy a g o 1 well cookod to order, at
Fcunished nooMS for rent, northeast
comer llih and Washington avenue.
109-lm Mrs. Ahna. Farrkll.
8addle Rock Oysters ot DeBaun 56 Ohio
Apples! Butter! Flour I
Nicer, better, cheaper. Cull at No. 21 8th
street, or telephone No. 83.
102 lm G. M. Aldus.
will buy a irood meal cookod to order at
De Baun's. tf
New Blacksmith Shop.
A new horse shooing shop has been open
ed bv Mr. V. Powers on Teeth street. All
manner of blacksmitbiug and wagon work
done to order. Kepainng work a specialty
Worn dono promptly. tt
will buv a L'ood meal cookod to order at
Foil dale Portable saw-mill witli or
with nit power. Mill extra heavy and 40ft
carnage; Imrguin. Address, C. U. L. & Co.,
14th and Gratiot sts., bt. Louis, Mo.
Wertliy 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
medicine, and will surely cure Biliousness,
Fever and Ague, Stomach, Liver and Kid
ney Complaints, even when all other rem
edies fail. Wo know whereof wo speak,
and enn freely recommend them to all.
Exch. -Sold at fifty cents a bottle by Bar
clay liros. (6)
The children of Israel were once fed by
manna, sent from Heaven. This was an un
doubted case ot "God-send." The amelior
ation of human ills and ailments has been
often undertaken, and as often failed. Ely's
Cream balm, however, "lias been weighed
in the balance and not found wanting." It
is a sovereign, speedy, certain and pleasant
cure for Catarrh and Cold in the Head.
Thousands of people have attested this fart.
Ely' Crenjj HUm is a G )d-aend," wrote
Mrs. M. A. .Jackson, of Portsmouth, N. II.,
onMuy 22.1, 1882, "I bad catarrh for three
years; hud tried nearly all remedies, but to
no purpose. Two or three times a week
my nnse would bleed quite freely, and I
thought the sores in it wmild never heal.
Your Balm has cured nv." Tins preparation
is not a liquid or a snuff, and is easily ap
plied. Can yim, reader, afford to experi
ment wiih injurious snufls and Injections
w hen a pleasant and pertain cure is at hand!
Wi cannot help uoticing 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' clruir store, and get a trial bottle
free of cost, if you arc Huffering with Con
sumption, Severe Coughs, Colds, Asthma,
Bronchitis, Hay Fever, Lisa ol Voice,
Hoarseness, or any RfTeetion of the throat
or lung?. It will positively cure you. (0)
KiicKien's Arnica, salve
The Best Salve In the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Kheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
feet satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents pur box. Fo'r sale by Barclay
AN e have now on hand a now and most elearant line of
Over-garments for Men, Bows and Children, comnrisinir all
the newest styles and novel t ies
Having closed out our entire stock of last season's over
garments, we therefore have laid in a very largo line for
this tall and winter season and will be able to show voua
much larger Stod of Goods to select from than any house
in the city; and Iwmj connected with one of the largest
manutacturers in thellnitiMl state', wo are able to sell them
to von ior rnucli less money than any of our competitors.
Ne call the attention of gentlemen contemplating the
purchase of an Overcoat o our CORK SCREW OVKRcta,
he genuine, not t ie imitat ion, which f0P lit, stylo and beau'
ty cannot be equalled. J
AVeare daiIyTeceivingnewUverc()ats for Roys and Chil
dren, mid will be able to show you the largest lino in
bouthern Illinois. Before purchasing elsewhere examine
our truly most elegant stock, w
M. WERNEll & SON, Piiors.
Tlio Daily Bulletin.
GENERAL LOCAL ITKMS.
Notices in tneie coinmna.ten cent! par !lnti,
inch tnaertton and wbetaur marked or pot, if calcu
lated to toward aur man 'a hualnota lutnroat art
always paid for.
Additional locals on third page.
New typo at Tub Bulletin office
Postmaster Murphy and Deputy Col
lector Eubanks went up the nanow-gauge
on a hunt a day or two ago, but the weather
was abominable and hunting was ditto.
Weddings have been crowding in upon
us during the few days, but "the end is uot
yet." Tb.9 air hereabouts is likely to be
heavily freighted with the rich odor of
orange blossoms for some time to como.
"My Geraldine' at the Opera House
A No. 1 Base-burners for soft coal
cheap, at A. Ilalley's. 10t
Yesterday afternoon the state board of
railroad and warehouse commissioners and
party arrived by special train on the Wa
bash road and put up at The Halliday
where they look Bupper.
Job printing at Tub Bulletin office
Mrs. Scott White has concluded to
make her homo permanently at Alleghany
City, Pu., and yesterday and the day beforo
Mr. Wm. Whiie hero has been engaged in
packing up and shipping her household et
fects to the homo of her choico.
Bargains in Heating and Cooking
Stoves, Stove-boards, Coal-hods, &c, at A.
Threo young meu named Stancil niado
themselves disgracelully conspicuous on
some ot the streets of tho city yesterday,
by drunken language and conduct. They
were arrested and jailed, and will proba
bly bo tried to-day. ?,
Harry J. Mortimer's Star Dramatic
Co. at Opera Ilouse to-night.
Over a hundred cars of freight, mostly
cotton are awaiting shipment in the Wabash
yards here. This end of tho line is short of
engines and the rush of freight is unusually
arge, but they are being sent down from
above and soon the yards will be clear.
New presses at The Bulletin office.
Dr. Jocelyn has formed a partnership
with Mr. Stone, of Vandalia, in the piano
business and the firm will run an establish
ment both at Vandalia and Centralis. The
report that th" TV. has already left tho city
is not true. He will not go for a week or
Do not forget the Mortimer Combina
tion in "My Geraldine ' to-night at the
A warrant was sworn out bofore Jus
tice O. A. Osborn yesterday, charging a
whito man living at Goose Islan I with hav
ing assaulted a negro named Bell with a
deadly weapon. The white man had
thrown an ax at tho negro twice with tho
evident iutention of doing him bodily
200 Heating Stoves and many other
things in that line at greatly reduced
prices, at A. Ilalley's. lOt
Died Yesterday afternoon at threo
o'clock, Gustave George, son of Jacob and
Wilbelmine Walter, aged 8 months and 1
day. Funcul services will take place at
residence at half-past two this afternoon.
A special train will lea'Q foot of 8th street
at 3 o'clock for Beech Grove cemetery.
Friends and acquaintances of tho family
In spite of disagreeablo weather and
other annoyances, tho Methodist concert
and supper last night was a flattering suc
cess In every particular. The attendance
was large and comprised somo of our best
people. Tho prograiiimo aB published was
executed, with somo deviations. Tho music
was grand, ns every ono had a right to ex
pect from the published names of the sing
ere and players, and the feast and other
means of enjoymont always incident to such
occasions, caused every one present, for tho
time being, to bo overcome with pleasure
The managers of the affair have reason to
Ostrich feathers cleaned and dyed in
any color and shade by a now French pro
cess, entirely renovated and made equal to
new, by Miss Belle Tanner, Washington
avenue corner 11th street. Ct
A very quiet, littlo wedding occurred
on Eightoemh street last night, Rjv. J. A
Scarritt officiating. Tho parties to it were
Mr. Clarence C. Spaulding and Miss Lena
E. Kobler, both of this city, and very
worthy young people, both of them. The
wedding took place at the residence of tho
bride's parents, with but very few very near
friends, aside from the relatives of the
young pcoplo as witnesses.
Wedding presents are desirable, but
not the plated silver and gold waro usually
presented for show and effect. Present
something that will be a thing of beauty
and of joy forever, in tho shape of a fine en
graving, chromo, or photograph, handsome
ly framed. Those fioe enamel ealo cabi
net frames aro just tho thing. Call and
see for yourself at Clark & Lovett's, Wash
ington avonue, north of Eighth street.
John McCullough and Frederick
Warde opened tho same night in Baltimore,
they playing Virginim to big houses,
Warde's receipts were 1310 in excess of
McCullough, the latter admitting it to be
the largest business it over had in Balti
more. Wardo returned to Baltimore sever
al months later and his receipt were double
the previous business. This speaks well
for tho young tragedian, whom we are to
have tho pleasure of sooing on the 29th and
Blooraington Bulletin: "Gen. Neal
Dow is coming to Illinois to disseminate,
in the Republican party, the pernicious
doctrines of no liquor to injure the party
by persuading its members that they ought
to drop the saloon keeper and hold on to
their preachers and prohibitionists. The
general will he at Blooraington next month,
if tho Republican county committee can
not keep him away. Tho Pantagraph peo
ple will hire a cannon and with it attempt
to repulse him."
It is usual with most advertising agents
to very closely scrutinize bills rendcrod,
and to make publishers wr.it for their mon
ey during along time for unwinding what
seems useless red tapo. A notable excep
tion to this rule is the firm of Messrs Geo.
P. Rowell & Co., advertising agents, New
York. Bills rendered to them are uauallv
returned, if correct, in three days, with a
check in settlement. The markings on the
bills show that this prompt settlement has
in no way prevented a very close inspection
of every item, and that the interests of
their patrons have been carefully watched
several years of business relations with
Messrs. Rowell & Co. have led us to see
that they are very careful in placing adver
tising tor patrons, and as they are so prompt
in paying they securo a large share of pat
ronage from both advertisers and publishers.
Nelson vs. Underbill and Geo. Washing
ton, tho negroes who were sent from hereto
Chester for various offenses and pardoned
out from there by Governor Ilamilten in
order that they might be convicted of
murder in Minnesota, were arraigned be
foro tho court at St. Paul on Tuesday,
pleaded guilty and were sentenced to 'the
penitentiary for life. Nelson was sent to
Chester from hero for robbing o young man
from the country, named Greca and Wash
ington was ono of the two who robbed Mr.
Patrick Fitzgerald's safe. Nelson was sent
somo months beforo Washington was. The
crime with which they were charged was the
murder of officer Connolly oa the morning
of Juno 17th 1882. They had "cracked a
crib" in St. rul and Officer Connelly came
upon tliem in the act when one of them
A writer in a communication published
elsewhere complains that the managers of
tho Odd Fellows' celebration on the 30th
refuso to postpone their affair in difference
to tho performance of "Hamlet" at iho
Opera House on tho same night. It is duo
to the Odd Fellows to say, that it would
have been difficult to postpone their cele
bration, Invitations to outside lodges
had been Bent out beforo any objection was
raised to tho date and theso could not well
bo recalled. Mr. Oberly had mado his ar
rangements to be hoar on tho 30th to deliver
the oration and cou d probably not have
arranged them to meet tho change, and
there are other matters that would proba
bly have interposed against a change.
That it is very unfortunate that both those
important events como together iscortaiuly
fooplo will Ihj undecided which to
attend; but it is likely that both will re
ceive a very fair sharef the patronage, and
tho theatre will probably bo the more
crowded on tho first night.
-Tho carp, a species of fish imported
trom Germany some ymi ago, j8 becoming
one of tho most popular table fish usod in
this country. Tho United States fish com
missioner has found by inquiry that the
carp is rnpardod by the public generally as
equal to trout, bass or sliad. It i, especial
ly adapted to general use in town and coun
try as it is the best pond flh yt known,
and In a very small pond will thrivo well,
so that families may easily have their own
flsh gatdons If thoy have enough water to
msko a permanent pond. In winter tho
earn can even bo kept in a tub in the cellar,
when it will thrive on table refuso and on
almost anything edible, the only care neces
sary being to keep the water fresh. In
cooking carp, thorough cleansing is noeded
and tho frying is done in hot creaso. Tho
fish commission of Illinois announces that
tho United States fish commissioner, Prof
Baird, will mako tho distribution of carp
to the different states next month, and
that tho quota for Illinois will bo mado this
season, as it was last, through tho state fish
commission. The fish will be sont either
from Quincy or Aurora, ami all applicants
will bo furnished free, paying only expense
of transportation and for tho can or bucket
in winch tho carp are carried. The state
nh commission request that applicants
shall furnish full address with tho name of
the post-office, nearest railroad station and
name of express company doing business
A young scamp named W. II
rucniow piayeu a connuenci game upon
a number of unsuspecting citizens yeter
day. Ho procured a sheet of letter paper
bordered bUck and in a scrawly hand, the
bebt lie was capable of, however, wrote
most doleful letter, signing his mothcr-iu
law's name to it. The letter was dated ot
Mill Creek, this county. It recounted the
many hnrships and griefs through which
ho paed during tho last year. Telling of
the death of his two children within a few
weeks or months of each other, of the death
of his wife now and asking him to come to
Mill Crock with a cofih to bury his wife
who had died the day befoie. Wi'.b a face
full of hypocritical sorrow he told the sad
news and showed the letter to citizens, ask
ing for aid to buy a coffin for his dead
wife. One business man on the levee wrote
him a subscription paper, briefly relating
the young man's story and asking the pub
lie to contribute, heading the list himself
with half a dollar. Armed with this paper
and the letter the young rascal "worked
the town" until Chief Myers "got onto"
him. The chief kuew the fellow, knew
th it ho hid several times before been guilty
of dishonest tricks to gain monev. oue of
which tricks was to shoot craps with negro
es, tlien swear out wairants tor their ancst
and demand a bribe not to appear
against them. Ho busptcted crookedness
in this game and investigation proved the
suspicion correct. Critchlow's wife lives at
Mill Creek, alive and well, and he has no
children at all and never had any so far as
is know. The subscription paper Bhowed
that ho had collected six dollars, but to the
chief he stated that ho had eight dollars.
Magistrate Comings tine J him one hundred
dollars and costs, and gave him several
hours to leave town.
The wedding of Mr. Maximillian Heinian
aod Miss Lil!ie Phillips transpired yester
day forenoon at 10:30 o'clock, at tho resi
dence of the bride's parents on Ninth street
It was not a large affair, for there were few
present outside the family circle, but it was
as complete and as rich in all its appoint
ments as such affdrs are. The ceremony
took place in the parlors of the littlo resi
dence an ! wis performed by Rev. J. W.
Scarritt, of the Methodist church. There
were no bridesmaids or groomsmen, and
tho little company sat and stood arouud
watching the solemn ceremony with intense
interest until concluded, when all over
whelmed Mr. and Mrs. Ileiman with con
gratulations and earnest wishes of future
The bride's dress was a beautiful wine
colored silk and velvet, elaborately trimmed
and embroidered in chemille.
Congratulations over, tho company were
invited to partake of a feast such a was
never excelled on like occasions. A long
table was loaded down with fancy viands
prepared and arranged in tlio most attrac
tive manner. Iu tho centre of the table
was a pyramid of fruit several feet high,
that would have done honor to an artist.
Tho bride's cake was a magnificent speci
men of its kind and was mado wholly by
the bri lo herself.
After the feast to which, it is needless to
say, all did full justice, good-byes were
said and the happy couple were driven in a
carriage to the Illinois Central train and
they departed for St. L mis and other points
of interest north ami east. At St. Louis
they selected lurnituro for their future
home, on Ninth street between Walnut and
Cedar, which will bo completely and ele
gantly furnishod up.m their return. Among
tho presents to tlio bride, which were
miny and fine, wero tho following list:
Illu minted maniugo certificate, gilt ami
plush framed, Rev. J. A.. Scarritt.
Full dinner set, French china, Moss.
Rose, P. II. .Schuh, Joe Victim J no. Fry.
truit dish, cut glass
and silver, T. E.
Silver, gold-lined card
receiver, J. II.
Silver cake basket, gold-lined, Mr. mid
Mrs. A. Marx.
Set of silver, table and tea spoons, Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Blom.
Set silver knives and forks, Ivory
handles, Mrs. B. F. Clark.
Cooking stovo ami utensils, Sam Burger.
Carpets for all rooms of house, J. and L.
Elogant hanging ball lamp, sister Libbe
ami David Griffin.
Silver and glass picklo glass, Mr. and
Silver butter dish, Mr. Shollor. '
Napkin rings, silver and gold, salt and
pepor icllor, S. Mann & Bro. ,'
"Wild Olive," "Mary Stuart,"
"New Mown Hay," Etc, Etc,
"Edenia," "Marcchal Niel Rose," "Alpine Violet."
"Lily of tho Valley," Etc, Etc, Etc
COLGATE'S: - -
"Kosodura," "Cashmere Itoquct," "Bridal Bonuet."
"Souvenir," Etc, Etc, Etc,
COLGATE'S FINE SOAPS: "Rosemary," "Chash
mere Roquet," "7th Regiment," "Four Seasons," "Kose
dora," "Honey," "Glycerine," "Reliable," Etc, Etc, Etc
.Lin, Copper and
Roofing, Guttering and all
and Mieet iron
jtos. 25 & 27,
TKr.hl'IIOXK ,). o.
CI-OSIa OUT SALK!
PIANOS AND ORGANS!
!! SIXTEEN ORGANS and SIX PIAXOS !!
Do not forget the Closing1 Out ale of I'ianoH and Organ at
W. C. JOOELYN'S
No. 128 Commercial Avenue.
MUST BE CLOSED OUT AT OM'E.
Persons contemplatiiiir mucha.sinr a Piano or Orni
within the next lew months,
call and examine the above
lvi'iy cioscii out hi reuueeu
Gilt und plush picture, Mrs.T. M. Lovett.
Silver nut crackers an I nut pick, Mr.
and Mrs. S. II. Taher.
Elegant basket of flowers, Miss Bettie
Hurst and Miss Lillie Winteimohn, St.
Birbe, Duchess lace, from mother.
Silver pickle c'istor an I cut with
silver tonn, and silver gold-lined mug,
very elaborate and elegant, Capt. Mark
One dozen pearl-handled silver knives,
Messrs. Haas anil Bernath.
Silver breakfast castor, Dr. and Mrs. C.
Half dozen silver knives nnd forks. Mr.
and Mrs. Joe Steagala.
Bluo satin needle c ase, chemille em
broidered, Elizi A. Bray,
Elegant blue handkerchief box and watch
case, Mr. and Mrs. II. F. Goodyear.
Handsome embroidered cambric pillow
shams, Sister Adelaide.
"The Bather's Attendant," largo artist-
proof, steel engraving, in gilt frame, from
fatner and mother.
"Sing, Birdio, Bintf," tino steel engraving,
walnut and gilt frame, Mr. and Mrs.
Dust pan and brush, John McNulty,
Chamber set, bluo and whito wedge-
wood, Robt. SUpleton and Augusts Schuh.
Handsome bluo chair tidy, Mrs. Nettie
tobinson, of Memphis.
Silver napkin rings, Mr. H. F, Goodycsr.
ColFoo and tea pot, Bohemian ware with
nicklo plato, Mr. ami Mrs. Wm. M. David
Bon. Sot of lino carpets, plush brussels, for
residence, Mr. Louis Burger.
A j rand
It. Jf. JCxourttioiv
I. O- Jrt. R.
and return. Faro far round trip,
Tlckut Rond to rolurn on any train within 80
naya. I'mcomln lor thn bonelU of finnuvoluuca In
Murlon, III. Train will Io.yo Cairo at 4:M p. m.,
Oct. mil, IS88. Eld. K. K. TKIMIIL1C,
MittiRKor, Marlon 111.
v i r r s- r t.-v-. r 1 -
and Cor. 8th & Wash. Ave.
kinds of work in
done to order.
8th St., Cairo.
it will he to their ml van taw to
II r " "it-,-
stock, as the same will lie posi-
(JAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20.
A Rare Combination!
Harry J. Mortimer's
will pri peut for tlio flret time In Cairn llsrtk'jr
('ttmpbuir beautiful anil romantic
with new and ulogunt Keener) :
ACT 1st. Interior of Arden House.
ACT 2d 'I he Faim Ilouse of I'hll
ACT 3d. A liipso of ten years be
tween 2d aiMl i)U acts. The Farm House
of I'll il Carrol, ten years later.
ACT 4th. Mountain overlooking
ACT 6th Anion Manor.
Popular price 25, 50 and T.'c. No extra cliRrga
for ruiterved sont n .
(AIRO OPERA H0USK.
October 2 O So 80.
Third annual tour of
Mr. FREDERICK WARDE
and a company of ae.tnra under the maniiro
luent of Mr. John J. Colllnn,
The Roman Father.
Jlenutlfiil CoNlumeit Homau Armor 1 &c,
Kverythtng Ht-tortoiilly t'orroot!
-WRr.ale of Prlcoat Parnuotto and Olrc'n, H.rOi
Drop t'lrclo, 75 conta. Iso oxt a charn for re.
ervort mala, TloHBta on aale at Under a J"Wi Iry
lure Thuraday mornlug at 1 ' o'clock, UulUry