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THE DAIL CAIRO BULLETIN : SATURDAY MORNIflO, OCTOBER 27, 188.
Notices lutnts column, eiRni csuta per Una for
(-tt mi. I five centi pitr Una eachsuhsequenUnsur.
Hon. Knr odd wwk. 80 cunts pnr lino. For one
n.outh. 'HI cents pr lira
Restaurant &u Oyster House, 50 Ohio
Wastkh A pood cook whito pre
ferred. Appl to Mrs. Wood Rittenhouse,
corner Walnut and 7th. Ct
will buy a pool meal cooked to ordor, at
Fi'KtiisiiBD rooms for runt, northeast
corner 1 ltli and Washington avenue.
1091m Mrs. Anna Faiiuell.
Saddle Rock Oystere at DeBaun 50 Ohio
Apples! Butter I Flour I
Nicer, better, cheaper. Call at No. 21 8th
street, or telephone No. 8,1.
102 1m G. M. Amikn.
will buy a good meal cookod to order at
Do lhun's. tf
Sew Blacksmith Shop.
A new horse shoeing shop has been open
ed by Mr. P. Powers on Tenth street. All
uannor of bUckumithinp and wagon work
done to order. Repairing work a specialty,
Work dotio promptly. tf
will buv a good moal cooked to order at
Foil Sale Portal ile saw-mill with or
without power. Mill extra heavy and 40ft
carriage; bargain. Address, (J. V. L. & Co.,.
14th and Gratiot sts., St. Louis, Mo.
Wcrthy 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,
J ever 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. J.C)
Strength for Mind and Body.
There is more strength restoring power
in a bottle of Parker's Ginger Tonic than in
a bushel ol malt or a pailon ot Milk. This
explains why invalids find it such a won
derful inviporant for mind and body.
PureCod Liver On. made from selected
livers, on the sea-shore, by Caswell, Hazard
fe Co, New York. It is absolutely pure
ami 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, Face, riMi'LKs, and
rough skin, cured by using Juniper Tar
Soap, made by Caswell, Hazard & Co.
New York. (2)
If you suffer with Sick Headache, Con
stipation, Sour Stomach, or Bilious attacks,
Emory's Little Cathartic Pills will re
lieve you. 15 cents. (3)
We cannot help noticing the liberal offer
made to all invalids ami summers by Dr.
Kings's New Discovery for Consumption.
You are requested to call at Barcluy
Bros' drug store, and get a trial bottle
free of cost, if you arc 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)
KucKien'H Arnica Salve
The Best Salve In the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It in guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents pr box. for sale by Barclay
AVe have now on hand a new anil most elesrunt line of
Over-garments lor Men, Bows 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 he able to show you a
much larger Stock of Goods to select from than any house
in the city: and being connected with one of the largest
manufacturers in the United States we are able to sell them
to von for much less money than any of our competitors.
We call the attention of gentlemen contemplating the
purchase of an Overco it to our CORK SCREW OVERCOATS,
the genuine, not the imitation, which for fit, style and beau
ty cannot be equalled.
We are daily receiving new Overcoats for Roys and Chil
dren, and will be able to show you the largest line in
Southern Illinois. Before purchasing elsewhere, examine
our truly most elegant stock,
TA Clothing House,
M. WERNER & SON, Pnors.
The Daily Bulletin.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices in tnose commas, urn cents per line,
sarh insertion and whetbor mrked or not, if calcu
lated to toward any man'i biialnesa Intentst are
always paid (ot.
New type at Tue Bulletin oflico.
Tho total receipts ot the ten-cent con
cert at tho Methodist church Thursday
evening was $40.
For Sale Two good coal canon
heating-stoves, at The Bulletin office tf
Miss Mary Flanoy, sister of Mrs. G. W.
Tinkle, left yesterday on a visit to relatives
and friends in Paducah.
Block & Koehlcr, for line ladies shoes.
Mrs. Captain Colo, after spending sev
eral weeks in Cairo, left yesterday for a
visit to friends la Chicago. ' From there
she will return to her home in Marietta,
Job printing at Tuk Bulletin office.
Black birds are swarming in the woods
out side tho levees. They fly back and
forth in flocks that looks like black clouds.
They are said to bo excellent eating when
"baked in a pie."
Bargains in Heating and Cooking
Stoves, Stove-boards, Coal-hods, Ac, at A.
Halley's. , 10t
Burglars took advantage of tho absence
of Mr. Hyman on his wodding tour and
night before last entered his room at Mrs.
Clark's, carried his trunk to the sidewalk
and there broke it open and inado away
with tho contents.
New presses at The Bulletin office.
Mr. Frost, ono of tho proprietors of
the Quincy Daily News, was in Cairo this
week and iB at present visiting the family
of his wife in Gooso Island precinct. Mr.
Frost has the reputation of being the fast
est type setter that ever held a case in
A tull lino of school boots and shoes,
at Block & Koehler's. 3t
Henry Ward Beechcr says prohibition
won't do; that he is thoroughly convinced
that morality can not bo carried by legis
lation. As to the Sunday law he says. "I
think no person has a right to dictate what
another should do. Everybody has a right
to spend the sabbath as he pleases, so long
as ho does not disturb or interfere with the
liberty of others."
200 Hcuti:!,,' Stoves and many other
things in that lino at greatly reduced
prices, at A. Halley's. lOt
The Salt Lake Tribune pays there is
not an American between the seas who de
sire to interfere with the worship or tho
material prosperity ,f tho Mormon, but
there is not a true American who does
not say that inasmuch as tho land has no
safety save through tho obedience of tho
people to its laws, tho Motions, like the
rest, should accept that basis to work fromt
and that if they will not do it of tlmir owu
accord they should be made to.
Ostrich feathers cleaned and dyed in
any color and shade by a new French pro
cess, entirely renovated and made equal to
new, by Miss Belle Tanner, Washington
avenue corncr'llth street. Ct
It is a satisfaction to know that perma
nent roads have made a start in Illinois.
Col. Phocion Howard, tho agitation com
mittee of tho permanent road association,
has made a report to tho president of li e
association tho Hon. Carter Harrison, of
Chicago. The report, which has not here
tofore been published, may bo found in the
Springfield Register, anil is gratifying as
showing something has been accomplished
in tho proper direction. More can bo done
in the new year to come than in tho past
one year, and in a short time, with proper
effort' of those interested, Illinois can have
good permanent roads In all directions.
Let the good work go on. Tho colonel is
deserving of encouragement for his untiring
zeal in tho duty assigned him, and his re
port makes a good showinz. Alexander
county has not been backward in tho work
and has now at least one road that is pasaa-
bio all the year round and in all kinds of
Block & Koehler are stock with all
the width and sizes of fine shoes. 3t
The Mortimer Dramatic company drew
one of the best houses of the soason at tho
Opera House last niirht. The play was
"My Geraldino." A comedy drama some
what upon the order of My Partner, and in
some respects resembles Hazel Kirke. It
never was before presented in tho west and
is certainly in the hands of a company who
can do it justice. Tho audience was charm
ed"' with tho performance, tho universal
opinion evidently being that the troupo was
ono of tho best that has boon here this
A No, 1 Base-burners for soft coal
cheap, at A. Halley's. lOt
Jonesboro Gazette: ''The large ship
ments of apples from Makanda, Cohen,
Anna, Alto pass and other stations in south
ern Illinois is attracting attention through
out tho country, and shipments are going
to New Orleans, St. Paul, Chicago, Detroit,
Cleveland and Buffalo, as the apple crop is
a failure this year in Michigan, Ohio and
New York. Our fruit growers are begin
ning now to roap their harvest. After
patienco and toil they have found the best
variety of apples for this latitude, and the
orchards are now coming into hearing and
paying them well. We are rejoiced at
their success. More orchards will now be
planted and the ''boom" will goon until
southern Illinois will not only bo the best
berry growing region, but the best apple
producing country in tho west."
Block & Koehler are giving extra in
ducements in boots and shoes. 3t
Anna Farmer: ''There is a growing
interest in southern farming and farming
lands. The streams of visitors who every
winter journey southward to avoid the cold
is annually increasing. Many remain per
manently, and others desire to find homes
there. A pleasant stopping place, in the
medium climate between the hot and hu
mid atmosphere of tho Gulf coast and tho
snow-covered prairies of the west, is found
in Alabama. Here horticulture has almost
a new field. On the east in Georgia, and
on the west in Mississippi the fruit-growers
and gardeners have got well settled down
to work. In Alabama are some advantages
not found in either of the two other states.
The peach and pear flourish finely. The
fig and grapo are at homo. Tho weather
1 delightful and the soil ruost favorable.
Tho south certainly presents a much more
inviting field than the plains of Dakota ami
About 2 o'clock last night (Thursday)
burglars made a persistent effort to got into
the residence of Mr. T. W. Leahigh, corner
of 12th and Poplar, but did not succeed.
They cut the slats out of the shutters of
three windows, but found the sash fastened
down. The ono tried was the front window
of tho parlor. Here they seemod to hsve
determined to make an entry, and broke a
large pane of gUssout. Mr. Loahigh and
family were sleeping lightly, expecting the
arrival of two visitors, and tho noise of the
breaking glass brought them to the spot at
once. Mr. Leahigh picked up an old pis
tol that happened to bo loaded, and arriv
ing at tho front door fired it out to frighten
the burglars and perhaps attract attention
that would lead to their capture. Just at
this juncture tho friends arrivod, and m
(pjired an explauation to convince them
thry were not the parties shot at, while Mr.
Leahigh playfully remarked that If they
had made their presence known ho would
have let thorn in without necessitating the
breaking of windows. The visitors referred
to are Mr. John W. James, a prominent
merchant of Flat Hock, 111., who is here
for a day on business, and Miss Lizzie Wei
scrt, of Vineunnes, who comes to spend
some tiinu uu a visit. Argus.
We find the following description of
the stock drover's Irieud and acsistant in a
circular by .Mr. George II. Pugsley, of
Brantford, Ontario: "The Scotch Collie is
veiy intelligent, ami of very graceful form.
The shaggy coated is tho best. Possessed
of great muscle, ho combines a broad intel
ligent head, a line fox-like muzzle, a calm,
mild eye, a small pricked ear, falling at tho
tips, with a Ioiil', curled tail, anil strong
muscular, yet handsome body, heavily pro
tected with a deep, long, warm coat of vary
ing colors, the best ol which is black, with
t in points ami s dlo or tawny red, making
altogether a singularly beautiful animal.
His neck is long and rather arched, his
shoulders set well back, and are very power
ful; tho elbow is well let down, tho forearm
is rather xhort, the nukles are long and
rather small for his hi. ; th0 fe(Jt aro
round, arched, and havo rxcellent thick,
hard soles; the chest is deep but rut her nar
tow, ho is broad over his back, his loins
aro well arched, the hips aro wide, his
thighs aro muscular, and ho is inclined to
grow rather wi.lo behind; his tail is largo
and bushy." So far as wo know there is
but two or threo of these dogs In Culro,
probably tho ono best known is that bo
longing to tho publisher of this paper and
usually referred to as "Tub Bullrtin
Dog," because ho Is always to ho soon at
the tffloo or following some one connect) d
A movement Is on foot In tho city
among a number of nionicd inoti to start a
furnituro factory in this city. It is yet In
embryo, but is being strongly urged by
gentlemen who can back their words.with
something of the wherewithal to make
them good. Tho arguments that can lie
urged in favor of such an cnterpriso are
many, and palpable to any who will givo
the matter a minuto's serious thought.
What Cairo needs is manufacturing es
tablishments of some magnitude, that will
draw hero and employ permanently large
numbers of skilled workmen of all classes.
For some reason our men of means have in
years gone by permitted a few ersnng them
to show all tho enterprise and confidence in
tho city by investing their thousands in va
rious industries that employed several liuu
dred men, and these few havo thereby been
dubbed by the professional croakers as
monopolists. Why tho majority of our
men of means havo for so many years
clutched thoir dollars in a vice-liko grip,
waiting, liku so many dummies, for foreign
capitalists to invest their thousands hero
in profitable enterprises, is something that
has always puzzled lis, and that we can only
explain by doubting the sincerity of their
professions of confidence in Cairo's securi
ty. But now is a better time thm any in
tho past has ever been and jmt ns good as
any iu the future can ever be, to manifest
among ourselves that enterprise! which will
start Cairo upward and onward ss cities
must bn Btartod. It is high time now,
to try, at least, to givo , the
lie to those few people here who boldly
proclaim that no city can be built here, and
to make those few others, who, tacitly en
dorsing these silly utterances refuse to see
beyond the narrow limits of
present personal interests, and
do not care to contribute one
farthing or rise one linger for the general
anil ultimate good, to make such people
heartily ashamed of themselves if such a
thing be possible. A furniture factory, if
started with ample capital and by men de
termined to make it successful, would be
an important addition to the industrial es
tablishments ol the city. It must not be a
niggardly affair; we have had several enter
prises of this kind and they "fizzled our,"
very naturally. It must be started by men
who have, and are willing to invent, ample
money to make it a b;g, successful institu
tion. These concessions may be obtained
from the owners of .ground and fiom the
city, and then only can tho institution suc
cess' ully compete with manufactories and
establish a paying trade. A toy affair does
not deserve and will not receive tho con
fidence nor yet even tho serious considera
tion of the trade, nor will or ought it to bii
offered any inducements, such as exemp
tion from taxation, etc., etc. A big factory
wculd bo a paying institution from the first
and would be a s-iurce of commercial
growth to tho city. A. gentlumon, a citizen
ot Ctiro, who went down to Union Citv a
few days ago, found that little town in a
thriving state and, upon inquiring as to the
cause thereof, was told that the three large
turnituro factories recently started
were solely responsible for tho town's pros
pcrity. They were built but recently, "in
ployed several hundred men, moat of whom
were drawn there from the surrounding
cour.tiy, and with their families increased
the population of th,; place four or five hun
dred. The business of the factories is im
mense. There is more detuaed lor furni
ture than tho factories can supply; the pro
prietors are becoming wealthy and are in
vesting their surplus cash in blocks of sub
stantial buildings. The gentleman who
tells us all this is a large property holder
in this city and b willing to subscribe
$1,000 toward the formation of a stock com
pany fur the e-tablishmeut of a large furni
ture factory here. If he and others who
are with him in the proposition will com
muuie its their enthusiasm to a tew of their
fellows and not stop at simply talking
about it, waiting for some clso to act, then
there ought to be no difficulty and little
delay in bringing about an organization
and a speedy execution of tho plan pro
MONDAY AND TUESDAY NIGHTS.
Cairo is extremely fortunate iu securing
Frederick Warde lor two nights, and as it
is nut probable another actor ot eipiul
fame and reputation will visit in this win
tr,our people must cot fail to bo present
and enpy for once upon their own hearth
stone the pleasures of the purely legitimate
Mr. Warde for Boveral seasons wis the
leading support of John McCullough, and
his later appearance as a star of tho very
first magnitude is not surprising when tho
thorough training he underwent under tho
tutelage of so famous an actor is taken into
The wardrobes of tho entiro company are
elegant, and among tho noticeable features
Is tho attention given to tho most minute
details which is scrupulously observed with
tho supernumeraries ns with the leading
chinclers. "Virginius," Monday night;
'Hamlet," tho melancholy Dane, Tusdiy.
IE ITER LIST.
LIST OF I.KTTICUS UKMAININO I'NCAi.Uil)
KOH IN TUK roSfOKKICK AT CAIHO, 11,1..,
BATtmiMY, ocroiiKii 27th, 188U.
LAW UK MOT.
llanah Asbury, Rosu Anderson, Mary
Anson, MO Min, Z'lck Hroomllold, Fancy
Baker, Ellzuboth Hiwlar, Kiiima Beekney,
Sarah Calvert, Annlo Clay, Comfort Forgey,
Law Grady, Ellen Green, Auniu Gibson,
Mary Hutchinson, Lucy Harden, Li..io
Hill, Luu Harris, C L Hill, Anuiu Jackson,
"Wild Olive," "Mary Stuart," hy llelle,"
"New Mown Hay," Etc, Etc., Etc '
"Edema," "Marechal Niel Rose," "Alpine Violet "
"Lily ot tho Valley," Etc, Etc., Etc
"Rosotlira," "Cashmere Roquet," "Bridal Roquet."
"Souvenir," Etc, Etc, Etc
COLGATE'S FINE SOAPS: "Rosemary," "(hash
mere Roquet," "7th Regiment," "Four Seasons," "Rcse
dora," 'Honey," "Glycerine," "Reliable," Etc., Etc., Etc.
Tin, Copper and
Roofing (Juttei'ing and all kinds of work in Tin, Copper
and Sheet Iron done to order.
Eos. 25 & 27, 8th SI, Cairo.
TKl.C.PIIO.VK NO. o.
closing out salii
P1AH0S AKD 0KCAXS!
!! SIXTEEN ORGANS and SIX PIANOS !!
Do not funfct the Closing; Out le of Pianos and Organ at
W . C. JOOELYN'S
No. 128 Commercial Avenue.
MUST M CLOSED OUT AT ONCE.
Persons contemplating purchasing a Piano 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.
Muie Kenedy, iattie Martin, M-iuiu
McFrlud, Lucie Mayors, Dicy Nunl, Ella
Newton, Muri.i I'r-tth.T, Louisa Kibkur,
James Robertson, Jiiw-jihine Kussell, Mrs
Robinson, Jessie Russell, Miry Hhehan,
Muttio Skills, (Vry Scotf, Uirdie Smith,
Adiih R Smith, Miss Smith, Juiin Turtle,
Emma Wtdlcr, Emma Wibk-, Emma Wil
bmirip, Anna Wary.
Thomas Austin, Ad it; Aduins, Milton
Iliili'st', John Harrys, John Hrcnnenian, Jno
Beck, John Illicit, Hurry Hradlcy, I) J
Ballard, Albert Hutlur, Win Csnvell, E
Coin.itock, Ed Cliambcrlin, I' A England,
T C Franklin, VA Freeman, Jack Oil more,
CIihs F Graham, Col GiUnore W II Howard,
Win C Hunt's, Jos Humphries, J (J Han
cock, Herithoinii Edward, Dare Hall, Chas
Hammond, Mr Henry, C Kohn, Jas Kliijje,
Tony Le.nuiy, Jos Limbeit, Jos Lower, Jno
McOun, John Marshal, Jake. Morgan, Gus
Martin, Ligo Noles, Frank Robinson, Win
Sanders, Rilit W Sherman, Thomas J
Startes, C C Swick, H C Sharp, diaries
Tninor, Lawrence Nerner, Tanner Walton,
Chas T Williams, Patrick Ward, J Ward,
Davis Sain White.
Persons calling for tho abovo mentioned
will please- say advertised.
Wm. M. Mi-upiiY, Postmaster.
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 lec.ipe that will crre you, fhkk
ok ciiAiturt. This great remedy wiih
discovered by a minister in South America.
Send a sell-addressed envelope to the Rev.
Joskimi T. Inman, Station 1).. New York
It. If. Kxoumion
I- O. JEt. R.
and roturn. Kuro for round trip,
llrkotn izond to niturn on any train wllliin 30
day, 1'rocooiln lor tho bonelH of Dunovolencu In
Marlon, III. Train 'lli lonvo Cairo at 4 :M p. m.,
Ocl. HUli, ISM, KlU. R. 11. THIMI1LK,
Mnuaifor, Marlon 111.
74 OH.XA 1 It:VEK
and ( or. otli it Wash. Aj.
M. DAVII)S0ir "
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
October 29 JU).
Third aniitul tnur of
Mr. FREDERICK WARDE
mid a cnmpHnyof actor. iiii I't i he ti i a r . i o
munt of Mr, John J. Colllrn.
I1U JlUIIltlJl JJUUIUI.
Beautiful Coal times I Homau Armor! ic.
KvBrythinti Historically Corrott
IVSrala of Prices: I'arqiietto and Circle, $I.M
Drees Clrclu, T5 coots. No oxt'H chariro for re
served soats. Tickets on sulo at lliider's li wi'lry
i-wru i Nursnay morning at i'i o clock. ta
pricua as usual,
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
One Night Only.
An Evening; of Hearty Laimlitcr
jiouraiipe of America's Favorite
In tho silcrOHtfu Comedy
m v m a
supported by a
SUPERB COMEDY CO.
Orontod 1'verywhoro with SOKKAMS OF I.AUOII.
TKIli as phyed by him in all tho
leading thimtres In Amorloa.
1-lONightH in St. Louis.
220 Nights in Ohicauro.
300 NitfhtB in Now York.
Ilfr Admission US, 50 nl T cen s, Nile nt rn.
Served seststi) open on Monday mornhiu at Mil ler's
wlihout extra cbarK, OarriBr tuny hu ordered
at lo;' o'clock.
UUU I UO
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