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tlon. Hor one week. S corns pi
month. 60 cent per line
Restaurant and Oyster House, 56 Ohio
Wanted A good cook white pre
ferred. Apply to Mrs. Vtooa luiienuuuBc,
corner Walnut and 7tn.
will buy a gool meal cooked to order, at
Furnished rooms for rent, northeast
comer 11th and Washington avenue.
109-lm Mr. Ahna Farrkll.
Saddle Rock Oysters at DeBnun 56 Ohio
Apples! Butter I Flour t
Nicur, better, cheaper. Call at No. 21 8th
street, or telephone No. 83.
102 lu) G- M. AtKK.
will buy a good meal cooked to order at
De Bairn's. tf
New Blacksmitn Shop.
A new horse shoeing shop has been open
ed by Mr. P. Powers on Tenth street. All
liianiier of bUcksmitbin-r and wagon work
done to order. Repairing work a specialty.
Work done promptly. tf
will buv a good tnoal cooked
to order at
For Sale Portable saw-mill with or
without power. Mill extra heivy and 40ft
carriage; bargain. Address, C. C. L. & Co.,.
14th ami Gratiot sts., St. Louis, Mo.
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
medicine, and will surely cure Biliousness,
Fever and Ague, Stomach, Liver and Kid
ney Complaints, even when all other rem
edies fail. We know whereof wo speak,
and can freely recommend them to all.
Exch. Sold at fifty cents a bottle by Bir
clay Bros. (6)
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 recipe that will ci're you, fkek
of charge. This great remedy was
discovered by a minister in South America.
Bend a sell-addressed envelope to the Bev.
Joseph T. Inman, Station D.. New Yoik
Food that is Poisoned
by unclean teeth breeds dyspepsia. Such
at leat, is the declared opinion of radical
men. Remedy the evil with purifying,
aromatic SOZODONT, which clears away
corrosive particles which lodge in the
teeth and produce an acid ferment, that in
time destrnys their enamel and ruins them.
It prevents the unspeakable annoyance
earned by defective teeth, if it is used
while they can be saved from the destruc
tive cffi-cta of tartar and other impurities.
Wt- 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' (Iruii store, and get a trial bottle
free of cost, if you are suffering with Con
sumption, Severe Coughs, Colds, Asthma,
Bronchitis, Il-iy Fever Loss of Voice,
Hoarseness, or any affection of the throat
or lungs. It will positively cure you. (6)
nucKien'n Arnica salve
The Best Salve '.a 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 is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents pr box. For sale by Barclay
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 lare 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
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 anv of our coronet itors.
We call the attention of
purchase ot an Overcoat to our CORK SCREW OVERCOATS,
the genuine, not the imitation, which for fit, style aud beau
ty cannot be equalled.
We are daily receiving new Overcoats for Rows and Chil
dren, and will be able to
Southern Illinois. Before
our iruiy.mosi eiegant stocK,
M. WERNER & SON, Props.
The Daily Bulletin.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices in tnee cmnmni. ten eenta per l ne,
uh Insertion and whether marked or not, iT Mien
luted to toward inr nun' business interest are
always paid for.
New type at The Bulletin office.
Additional locals on third page.
Judge Robinson went up to Elco yes
For Sale Two good coal canon
heating-stoves, at The Bulletin office tf
-Mr.Thielecke is sick, and The Bul
letin is without an editor.
Mr. Doering, of the Cairo house is still
suffering from an attack of malarial fever.
Block & Koehler, for fine ladies shoes.
John Sackberger checks up short on a
lot of of meat since Thursday night; sto
len from his cellar.
Two of Hinkle & Son's cattle were
killed by the narrow-gauge train near
Job printing at The Bulletin office.
Mr. and Mrs. Candee and Mrs. Saf
ford, after a month's absence will return
Henry Hall, of North Carolina, has in
vented a machine that will pack 100
pounds of bran in a fifteen inch space.
Go and see the gold watch and chain
at Teichman's. u&su
Bernhardt is said to want to come to
America again. She is probably only wait
ing for congress to increase the volume of
Pat Mockler returned trom Hot Springs
last Monday. He did not derive the bene
fit expected and is still suffering with
Bargains in Heating and Cooking
Stoves, Stove-boards, Coal-hods, &c, at A.
The Mathews property, two lots and
brick residence cor Poplar and Twentieth
streets has been sold forfl.OOO. Wm. A.
Keefe is the purchaser.
The Republican papers should give the
other devil his due. It was whisky and
not tho Republican party that paid so much
of the large war debt.
New presses at The Bulletin office.
A little row occurred in Catfish John
nies neighborhood yesterday, in which a
white man was decently knocked out of
time by a coloiud lady.
Tho fine passenger and freight steamer
Ella Kimbrough,T. N. Kimbrough master,
leaves Cairo Monday evening at 4 o'clock
iharp for Osceola and way points.
A full line of school boots and shoes,
at Block & Koehler's. 3t
The Harry Mortimer Star Opera Co.
played M'liss last night in the Opera House
at Mound City and will play Our Boarding
House to morrow night, so says tho Patriot.
The county commissioners expected to
complete business and adjourn yesterday
aid so far as we know to the contrary did
adjourn. The business transacted was
200 Heating Stoves and many other
things in that line at greatly reduced
prices, at A. Halley's. lOt
The public sbhool scholars the past
week passed through the first of their reg
ular monthly examination, in a manner that
spoke well for the superintendent and his
C rps of teachers.
It would seem that the authorities at
Washington are at last in earnest in their
efforts to put a stop to the practices of the
sharks who have been so long perpetrating
pension frauds. These thefts are of two
classes on the government and on the in
dividual We have by far the largest pen-
gentlemen contemplating the
show you tho largest line in
purchasing elsewhere, examine
CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 23. l 8
sion establishment in the world, and yet it
wells daily owing to the efforts of tho
sharks to make business, while the ex-soldier,
who applies through them for what
are perhaps bis just dues, invariably leaves
a heavy percentage in their hands.
Block & Koehler are stocked with all
the width and sizes of fine shoes. 3t
The lumber for a much needed new
sidewalk on Ohio levee between 10th and
12th streets is on the ground, and parties
are making arrangements for the stone for
walks below 8th street.
Go andjsee the gold watch and chain
at Teichman's. Tu & 8u
A San Francisco man advertises for
"320 red-headed girls must be good look
ing." He probably thinks of marrying ami
moving to Utah, but he could just as well
have called them "golden-haired."
A No. 1 Base-burners for soft coal
cheap, at A. Halley's. lOt
Prof. Kisenberg is in Cairo on a visit.
His friends welcome him with warm hand
shakes. He has read The Bulletin reg
ularly eversince he left Cairo, therefore sees
nothing that surprisos him, in the changes
that have taken place in the city.
B ock & Koehler are giving extra in
ducements in boots and shoes. 3t
Supt. D.G. Moore's headquarters were
removed to Mt. Carrael yesterday, where
they will be permanently located. Another
change in the Wabash is the time of the
passenger train, which will hereafter leave
at 4 :30 in the morning.
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 Bello Tanner, Washington
avenue corner 11th street. 0t
It is a melancholy comment on the re
cent swagger of our naval authorities about
our to-be-reconstructed navy, that we should
have to go to an English firm for the armor
plate turrets and pilot-house of tho Lianto
nomah. Mr. Hiram Hill returned from Plum
Point Friday. He succeeded in raising
the government boat, and the wrecking
boat Charlie Hill arrived here yesterday
and is now ready to attend to any business
in her line.
In Montana, recently, six men were
shot in one week while attempting to jump
claims. If the inhabitants of Montana
don't get to be more saving of their lead,
they will Bhortly be nut of ammunition.
"Ye Ancients" enjoyed a pleaBant meet
ing last night at tho residonce of Mr. C.
W. Henderson. Tho class has grown
Bteadily since its organization and now
numbers a dozen couples, none of them, if
we except Bradley and Henderson, so an
cient as the naino would imply.
Latest For 5c. you can pass a bliss
ful hour dnpol your sorrows, and quiet
your nerves. The "Bad Boy" cigar was
built for that purpose. It is the smoker's
inevitable. Don't stand back, but drop
right iu where you are and get one. Every
dealer bandies them. F. Korsmeyer, Prop.
-Mr. Burnett's 45th anniversary occur
red yesterday. Ho kept it very quiet;
birthdays come around a little too often at
his stage of the game, and it is taking
mean advantage to tell it now. Mrs. Bur
nett, as a memento, presented him with a
three-year old trotting horse that she pur
chased in Pone county last summer, and
also gave his (not the colt's; age away.
-The commissioner of pensions is doing
now what should have been done years
ago, and kept up without intermission; i. e
denrivins neusiou attorneys cuilty of
fraud or misrepresentation from practicing
before the department. On the principal
that it is better late than never, the new de
parture of the pension office is worthy of
Anna Dickinson's three years' tussle
with the drama has swallowed up the $100-
000 she made on the lecture platform and
she was left fl.wed in Detroit by an ab
sconding manager early in the week. The
Detroiters Friday gave tier a rousing
benefit to set her up again on the unfortu
nate legs she had exhibited, to the disma
of the pit and the "gods" in her dramatic
The New York Sun says that "the
prospect ot Democratic success is now so
bright that the party may be pardoned for
feeling a little confidence. It may bo par
doned, perhaps, tor supposing, as some of
the members seem inclined to suppose, that
it can elect a president next year, and any
roputable candidate whom it shall name.
Now, unmistakable evidences of its strength
justify it to Borne extent in looking for
ward with well grounded hope to tho
Our readers will find in another col
umn the advertisement of Mr. C. Koch, one
of tho oldest boot & shoe establishments in
the city. Mr. Koch carries a large stock
oi rinnu-tnaae oi. urns, ana other cities
goods, that he sells at bottom prices. In
kind, quality, and vnriety of styles, ho can
satisfy any customer who favors him. He
also manufactures boots and shoes to order
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employing uw ueni woricmen ami using
only the brut material. Study his adver
tisement and then further your own inter
est by calling on the advertiser.
The criminal world will loam with in
terest that Mrs. Marwood has gone over to
that vast and ever increasing majority
which her husband, the hangman, joined
a short time ago. Her death wm, it is
thought, hastened by intemperance. On
the occasion of each execution her husband
usid to pay toll to luck in the Bhapo of
allowing her a bottle of gin as a treat. It is
doubtful whether the rush of business, and
therefore ofein, during the last days of
Marwood's usefulness may not have hasten
ed an end, which must have been grateful
to the lone widow who could no longer
look on every human neck as the possible
source ot a fresh bottle of "blue rum," and
whoso lot in life must have been deprived
of much of its enjoyment in consequence.
A couplo of boys have a fine lay out
on a ten centjtable at the Alexander County
Bank corner and do a driving business every
evening. Hair bruanes, corkscrews, comos,
knives, and jewelry, never forget the
ewelry for therein lies the profits, and
there we must admit is the bulk of tho
sales where the colored brother is concern-
for where is the colored brother who
would hesitate when ten cents would deck
Victoria, or Elizabeth, or Helena, or Cleop
atra out in diamond ear rings, a gorgeous
breast pin or gold emaneled hand-painted
sleeve buttons? Verily, he sojourned) not
The Argus Ihs tho following to say of
well-known gentleman of Cairo, evory
word of which tho Bulletin heartily en
dorses: Mr. Nicholas W. Pennington, who has
been general freight and passenger agent ot
this division of the Wabash, St. Louis and
Pacific railroad since the consolidation of
divisions took place, has had his territory
ucreased by the addition ot the Cairo and
Pine Bluff division of the Iron Mountain
railroad. The new arrangement gives him
a lar;e section of country to look alter. We
suppose the Mobile & Ohio railroad will
be added to his territory shortly, as
the interests of the threo roads seem to bo
identical. As we have before stated, Mr.
enninrton is a fine railroad man and is
destined to climb high in his profession if
-The reports of the grand recorder and
grand treasurer of the Knignts Templar ot
Illinois, submittal at Chicago a few days
ago show membership of 6,000, and a
balance of $7,000 in tho treasury. Fifty-
four commanderies were represented in
the conference. Tho following officers were
elected: James O. Ellwood, of Joliet,
grand commander; II. C. Clark, of Kanka
kee, di puty grand master; Chas. W. Dun
ning, ot uair generalissimo; joiin u.
White, of Bl oraington, captain general;
W. N. Burbank, of Chicago, grand prelate;
W. F. Bromfield, of Lincoln, senior warden;
E. S. Mullins, of Giincy, junior warden;
John H. Wilbrock, of Chicago, grand re
corder; Norman T. G-tssette, of Chicago,
grand standard bearer; L. C. Starkel, of
Belleville, grand sword bearer; Jno. P.
Norvell, of Danville, grand warden; John
P. Ferris, of Chicago, captain of-thn guard.
The officers were installed on the 24th.
Mr. rredenck Wardo has been starring
for about throe years, and during thnt com
pamtivo short period has won for himself a
reputation as a delineator of the higher or-
ler of Shakespearian characters, second to
no livmg actor, ana in the tragic dramas
produce 1 by other authors his efforts have
been more than succssful. They hive
been simply wonderf.il. He has captured
the hearts of tiie theatre goers throughout
this broad land, ami actors, critics, everyone
h is delighted to honor him wherever he ap
pears. To-morrow evening will be produced
Jsnu's Sheridan Knnwlcs' matchless trag
edy "Virginius," a play based upon Roman
history, replete with noble sentiment, high
paision, and the most delicate pathos. A
Roman father kills his own child that the
may be saved from the lust of a tyrannical
monarch. The whole tenor of the tragedy
is simply sublime, and when in the keeping
of a company of actor such as compose
the combination of Frederick Warde, its
perfect'production, historically correct in
every particular, may be depended upon.
"Hamlet" will be rendered Tuesday
night, the spacious fetigc of the Opera
House rendering fts production pos.-ible in
a manner rarely ever attempted outside the
Wo anticipate the largest crowd ever
gathered within the walls of the Opera
House, and we advise those who hae not
secured seats to do so at once, otherwise
they may find it impossible to secure one
at any price.
THE SAFF0RD MEMORIAL.
LAYING THE CORNER STONE OF
THE PUBLIC LIBRARY TUES
DAY, OCTOBER 30,1883.
TKOOIUMMB OF THK DAY.
The ceremony ot laying the corner stone
of this magnificent public building, theyift
of Mrs. A. 15. Saffiird, will be under the di
rection of Alexander Lodge No. 224 I. O.
O. F., of which Mr. Sufford was a promi
nent member. The programme as decided
upon by the committee of the Lodge is as
The members of the Lodge, visiting
brothers and all other Odd Fellows in
Cairo will assemble at tho Lodge Room of
Alexander Lode at 2 o'clock P. M. Tho
proccsdon of Odd Fellow s, in full regalia,
will move, headed by Professor Storer'sHil
lt Cornet Band at 3 p. m.; march to the Li
brary grounds on Washington Avenue. Ar
rived at the ground the band will phy nn
appropriate introduction, followed by the
ceremony of laying the corner stone. Tho
band will again play, and then an oration
by Past Grand Master John U. Oberly.
At the close of Mr. Oberly's address the
procession will again form and, headed by
tho band, march back to the lodge room to
be dismissed. Iu the evening from half
"Edenia," ".Marechal Niel
"Lily ot the Valley," Etc., Etc., Et.
"Rosodora," "Cashmere Boquet," "Bridal Roquet."
"uni'in,.. iu vtn u 1
OUU1CU11, Uld, iilU., SUIV,
COLGATE'S FINE SOAPS: "Rosemary," "Cash
mere Roquet, "7 tn Regiment, "Four Seasons," "Roso
dora," "lloney," "Glycerine," "Reliable," Etc., Etc., Etc.
WM. M. DAVIDSOH,
Copper and .Agate Ironware.
Roofing, Guttering and all kinds of work in Tin, Copper
and Sheet Iron done to order.
Kos. 25 & 27, 8th St., Cairo.
CLO SIJSG OUT SA.L3H !
PIAH0S AID OBGAHS!
!! SIXTEEN ORGANS and SIX PIANOS !!
Do not forget the Closing Out Sale of Pianos and Organs at
W. C. JOCELYN'S
No. 123 Commercial Avenue.
MUST EE CLOSED OUT AT ONCE.
withm 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
past seven to lult'-past nine o'clock, Mrs.
StdTord will hold ii reception in the parlors
of The Hiilhdav where will be welcomed
ail Odd Fellows, t heir families, the friends
of Mr. and Mrs. Slfor I aud citizens of
At half-past nine o'clock the spacious
dining room hall of The Halliday will be
thrown open to the O ld Fellows, their
families and friends, where those who de
sire can (ass the hours in dancing to the
music of Professor Storer's orchestra.
At eleven o'clock the banquet table will
be ready and elderly couples will be serv
ed; at twelve o'clock the young people
who are supposed to care more for dancing
than eating, will have their Bupper served.
Uy order of Committee of Arrangements.
C. R. Woodward,
Tickets of admission to the ball are for
sale at the drug store of Coffee & Bross and
by the committee of arrangements; these
tickets admit to the banquet also. To ob
tain a ticket it is necessary to be an Odd
Fellow or hold an invitation.
Boot & Shoe
No. J0 Com'l Ave.. Het 6th & 6th Sts.,
junt received a full line of
FALL and WINTER GOODS
which he will sell at the loweit bottom price. It
compric the heM of ST. ItT!rt HAND-MADB
and of IIO.HTON MAN t'KACTL'KKH, LADIES'
and rilll.DRKN'ri SHOES, and OKNTS' K C fi
ll EK HOOTS and SUOKS.
IVVt'e alno make to order anything In oar line
of tho bt material and workruauiilp.
A. f i rand
and return. Fare for round trip,
Ticket good to return on any train within 30
day. Proceed lor ino Denent or cenevoience in
Marlon, III. Train '.vlll leave Cairo at 4:85 p. ra.,
Oct. th, IFSS. Eld. R. K. TRIMBLE,
.Manager, Marion 111.
"Mary. Stuart," ".May Belle,"
Mown Hay," Ete., Etc., Etc.
Rose," "Alpine Violet "
74 OHIO LISVICE
and Cor. 8th & Wash. Ave.
purchasing a Piano or Organ
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
October 20 & 30.
Third annual tnnr of
Mr. FREDERICK WARDE
and a company of actori under the raanatt
ment of Mr. John J. Collins.
The lloman Father.
Beautiful Costumes! Roman Armor I c.
Everything Historically Correct I
lySnale of Prlcea: Parnnette p.nd Circle, tl.ro;
Dree Circle, 75 cent. No ext-a charje for re-
aervedoat. Ticket on gale at Biuler a Jewelry
atore Thursday morning at 10 o"clock. Gallery
prlcea a niual.
QAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
One Night Only.
An Eveninsr of Hearty Lauerhter !
nearanee of America's Favorite
in the successful Comedy
Nip and Tuck
eupportcd by a
SUPERB COMEDY CO.
Greetod everywhere with SCREAMS OP LAUGH
TER, aa played by him in all tho
leading theatres in America.
140 Nights in St. Louis.
1220 Nights in Ohicatro.
300 Nights in New York.
tVA4mltlon85,50and 75 cen'. Silo of re
served seats to open on Monday morning at Under'
without extra, charge. Carriages may be ordered
at iu:!5 o'clock.