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THE bAllA UAIKO JiULLkTlN: WEDNESDAY MORNLNGfj NOVEMBER 26, 1884.
ILLINOIS CENT UAL R. H
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
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Conucilng at Odin end Kfflurnam frr Clncin
nail. Louuville, Indianapolis end pol"l Kut.
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Arriving li. fct I.ooU 6:41 p. m.,eud fuuuectlu.
fur all points Wei.
3:45 p. m. Fust Kxpiewt.
For it. Louli and Chicago, arrlvintt at St. Lout,
lu ll p. in., and Chicago ?:A) a. m
:i:4."j p. in Cincinnati Kxpreiw.
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BY other route,
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Hpiyat Illinois Central Railroad Depot, C'ulro.
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I'.u. Vii.x do!. uttMrow a.m t"tp ra.
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6undaa box del. open from ...a. m t(. 10:.)ait
vi it IP i'k,i.,..a will hm ntrtli.l.ed fr,'n
time to tlruo in e lly pupira. foargc ioni "!'
nrrt i in. n ji. I . DU'ni i
Opining 0cmbr 1, 1B84j ClMlnf May 31,1885
t'Noxit tiii Ausncu or Till
United States Government.
Appropriated by the General Government.
Coulribiikd liy the Clliienof NewOrleani.
Auuropri itcd by Mexico.
Approprluicd by the Slate u( Loui.iana.
Approprlntid liy the City of New Orleani.
From $5000 to $25,000,
Appropriated hy Innumerable States, Clllea
ailU A uroii, v.uuuu in,
Et.iySlit. ind T.'Mtoryin th. Union t.pr.i.nt.d,
and naaity all th Uiding Nation, and
Cnuntn.i of tn Woiid.
The Blnqest Exhibit, the Biggest Dulldlng and thi
BlBSMt Industrial Event In thl
t'iM.irimNH run xniiiiiHt.nKntHxriiVEO
LM I .1 M'MKII'AI'K A N It A (I1IKA 1KB VAHIII V
Oh rl'lUM'TM THAN 1'IIiihR or AMI
KXriMITIllN KVkU HKI.D.
The rhenpfnt rntea nl truvel ever known In
the aim iU ni irnnnporlution iccured for the
I'or inlrtn:iliin. nddreai
K. A. BL'RKE. ,
Dlreclor Ui'neral, W. I. A C. C. K.,
niw um.iani, i.A
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
NOV. 27 A 28.
The Kiuineut Tragedian,
lupportud by an till -.lent company of artist.
Special Scenery, Costume1', Armor,
rxyAdraltilon, W and 73 cent. Gallery, 8i
ceun. scan tecured at Buder'i
rj'UECITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo, Illinoia.
71 OUIO LEVEE.
a Geueral Bankio? ISuMiuesu
TI'OSS, W. IIALL1IJ W
NTEUPHiSE SAVING BANK.
KXCLrSlTELY A SAVINGS BANK.
THOS. W. IIAILllJAV,
oiuruprcial Avenue anil Eifflitli strw t
. BHOSS. I'reeident. I Y. SVf. V'.cerre.'ni
H.WEH.S, Caebier. I T. J. Kerth. Aa.'t caab
. Ero...M Ca'ro I Wllllarn Klaie. .C:.ln
Petersen" " William Wolf.... "
i. M tjHtcrlob " IC. O. I'atler "
i A . liuder I II. W.-I!i
J. Y. Clem.ori, Caledunla.
A .iENKHA I. MASKING IlL'siNBsS DOSE.
Kxcl.ai.ni! ro!d andboMiiht. InttTOf t paid ti
tie v'niiA Iii'prfnent. Collecwona made and
all liu.ln. promptly attended Kt.
J. E. STRONG,
129 CoiumercUl Ave., Cairo, ill.
VAI'OU, ELKCTKO-VAPOR and MED1CATK1'
A iady In attendauce.
p M. IIARRELL, M. D.
Ot FICE-Eatt Side Commercial, bclovi Sth St.
Cairo. Ill noin.
)R. E W. WOITLOCK,
mi a ."to. 1S6 Commercial Avenne, between
r'' r.d Nil.lt- Hlruli
G. PARSONS, M. D.,
OCULIST AND AUK 1ST.
omcS-Clty Drag Store Carbondale, 111.
I NSC BANC R.
Cavent", Itc-lnnuai and Trade-Marki (cctl'od. and
all othor palunt rauaea in t lie I stent Officii and
liel'oru tbe Courti promptly and carefully attuuded
Upon receipt of model "riUtch of Invention, I
make raruful examination, and ailvtao m to
pKl-ntahlMty Krite nf Chnrui),
KKKH 1()I)KK TR, mil I make NO OHAKOE
UNLESS PATENT 1st SKCUKKl) Inlornmtlon,
advice and apccial ruror nce. aonton application
J. H. LMTKI.L, Waibluaton, U. C.
NoarU. B, Patent Offlce.
W O AV yiV
aMV1 Ana. a V
iENERAL LOCAL ITEMS
Blaine' plurality in Illinois U 28.-.80,
and 0ltb)i plurality 13,537.
0, Il.Jacksun & Co.ycatcrdny receivod
aootliur car-load of choice Michigan apples.
James Eair'tn and Mi.-s Maiu Hutu
brick wire married yesturdty morning in
St. Joaepli cliurctj.
Mr. John Lovett and Miasi Ellen Dowd
were married yesterday moimng at Ht.
A Cincinnati woman linn bicnuiu in
tane on hearing that there was Indian bldod
iu her husband's vo'ns.
The B'iciftI h"P of Tho Ancients was
graced with the presence of Hon. John R.
Tuoruaa and hit bride,
All heart sawed and ahaved cypress
shingles at Lancaster & Rice Manufactur
ing Co. fur t2.S0 per thousand. tf
Blaine's last excuse: "It was the rainy
day that did it." Burchard's excuse: "I
didn't know it was loaded."
Wanted. 20 pounds large clean cot
ton ragsat The Bulletin otflce; 5 cents
per pnuod will bo puid for selected stock. 2
A race for 100 stakes will take place
this afternoon .etwi-en Charles Throe k
mortoa's, hore of Cairo, and a horse own
ed in Murphysboro.
Capt. Thomas Wilson has nu n and
teams engaged in the work ot tiding to
grade his lots on Seventh street between
Waahington and C mmi-rcial.
OoeofC. K Si n k's children was tak
en Tioleotly ill last Sunday with an affec
tion of tbe heart. She is still conGned to
her bed in a precarious condition.
The R. II. Cunningham Grain Co.," of
Cairo, big been incorporated with a capital
of f 17,0 0. The incorporators are R. H.
Cunningham, Alice Cunn ngham and Wil
li m Lonergan.
Tb'ise who bet on Oglesby getting 15,
000 over Uirrisou are left. Oglesbv's plur
ality is 13,537, and the official canvass by
the stnte hoard wih not vary much I rum
The old press room of The Bci.letix
building corner Waslnngt n and T t-n f h
street hns been converted into a carpenter
and jobbing sh"p and is occupied by Cup
tain John English.
Hon. W. K. Murphy wm the orator at
the Mound City jubilee Monday u'ght.
The procession is sabl to have laid a!l oth
er processions in southern Illinois in the
deepest kind of shadp.
Col. Morrison's h -ine paper, the Wat
erloo Times, says it does not know what
tho c lonel's opinion is about the senator
ship but thinks he might ha induced to ac
cept the situation if it were tendered him.
The engine of the Wabnsh train due
at 10 oclock Monday night got tired, hroke
down and the train did not arrive until yes
terday mornini; early. The passengers
were tired, worn out and disgusted, but
glad to get in at all.
"Just wait a little while and IM give
you au item," was Clerk Foley's answer to
the usual inquiry of "What's the news?"
What he meant we are left to Kuesi, being
anything but a tirst cla guesser, give it
up and wait lor the item to develop itself.
There is one husband in town who did
not attend the opera house Saturday night.
Li i s wife furnished him an entertainment
at home that took all his attention. We
have a full account of it written up, and
when the danger signals are pulled down
will publish it.
While B aine shout about bulldozing
in the south, the angered protected manu
facturers of Connecticut and o her states
are discharging ampin) c bt-cauxe they vot
ed for Cleveland. The Mirtin Fire-Arms
company of Hartford, has just discharged
six workmen for that crime.
If the finder of a ladies brown silk
mitten Int-l on Eighth street last Siturlay
will leav- it at The Bulletin office he or
she will receive some money and much
gratitude. If this is no inducement call at
the office and get its mad', as an o Id in t
ten is ot no use to -the owner.
Captain BiUjhman is making some
changes in hi Tenth street pr pe ;ty that
makes a decidod improvement in the looks
of the place. Tim old marble Bhop that
has been a landmark of Cairo for many
years has beeen banished, and the build
ing turned into a convenient, norny and
neat looking dwelling house.
It is high time for the republicans
of the north to Icnru that the sou'hern sta
tes have just as large a stake in Jho pros
perity of tho country as the 'northern states
have, The repu 'llcan notion that the south
must b ruled by the north is aa erroneous
ris ht old southern notion that tho north
must be ruled by tho south.
A question that should bo considered
by tho city counoil and the property own
ers along tho Levco is whether or not the
damage for broken limbs this winter, if tho
walk is allowed to remain in its present
condition, will not greatly exceed the cost
of the new fetone walk ordered and that
must bo built next summer if not this full.
Wo reccivod last night from tho presi
dent ot the Western Union a special dis
patch, too long and too lato to publish. It
was in substanco n denial of thn charge of
withholding the returns of tho lato election,
and an explana'i in of the cauc that led
to the delays in sending full reports 'of ma
jorities from tho different election districts.
Tho president's explanation seems plausi
ble and may be correct; had we the spaca
to spare it would be published this morn
ing, We make no special complaint
against the Western Union. Our trouble
is all with the notoriously partisan and un
fair Associate Press.
A world, of amusement will bo fur
nished during the sleety days of this win
ter by the Incline in front of the Planter's
Uouso. The amusement however will be
confined to the lookers on. The profanity
accompanying the amusement will be mo
nnpoliza I by tho the unlucky pedestrians
and the expense for broken bones nust be
borne by the city.
Yesterday morning a man from Me
trop ilia who started out Monday night to
paint the town the usual color but only suc
ceeded in getting very drunk and whip
ping a few women in a maud in fashion,
was brought from the jail, wnero he had
spent tho night in happy dreams, before
Judge Comings and assessed the regular
fine and costs.
A rather buxom looking mulatto girl,
who was selling lye hominy this morning
on market, was talking to an ebony hued
individual and was heard to remark: "That
he felt good; that she could now hold her
head up and look every body in the face,
and she wasn't ashamed at nothing and
didn't care who knew it. The listener sup
pgsed she either had got married or got
Full returns of the vote cast for elect
ors in Michigan reduees the plurality ot
Blaine to 2839 votes. In 1880 Gen. air
field carried the state over Gen Hncock by
a plurality ,,t 53,744 And yet Mr. Blio
places Michigan in "that magnificent cor
don" through which his banner was borne
"so loftily," and pic'ures it as swelling "the
wild acclaim of triumph." We believe
that Mr. Blaine's friend Mr. Joy resides in
Michigan. State Register.
Upon the face of the returns Brand is
elected to the state senate in Illinois by a
majority of ten vo'esover Leman, but it is
claimed that the vote as actually cast elects
Leman by a nttj rity of 200. Ordinarily it
wou dn't 'natter winch e the two is elected
bu" in this case a Unitnd States senator is
involved in the isue. But, as in the case
of the presidency eight years ago, there is
no authority "to go behind the returns'' in
this instance. Thus does another R -publi-
can invention return to plague the invent
ors. The wheel barrow nee between Com
ingc and Furnbaker toon place last night
in the presence of several thousand people,
more or les4. The race around the block
was closely Contested, but Farnbaker got
the lead in the start and held it "from post
to finish" passing under the wire at the
judge's stand nearly a wheel-barrow length
ahead and fieh as a daisy. The judge
came in conshferahly blown and lireatiin
hard He was immediately takeu in charge
by sympathizing friends ami carried off the
field, wrapped in a blanket, so to e'peak,
defeated, but not demoralized.
There is a mistaken idea prevailing
among democrats and republicans that
with the coming in of Cleveland as presi
dent on the 4th of ilarch there will be a
geueral going out of the republican office
holders and a long procession of democrats
going in to take their vacant place. Noth
ing is farther from the facts. The civil
service act received the endorsement and
recommendation of all leading democrats,
and one of the provision of this bill is
such that no federal officeholder can be re
moved until the end of the term for which
he is appointed, without cause. Under this
clause CtpUin Murphy will continue to
hold the Cairo postofflce until the end of
the four year for which he is commission
ed, or until about the middle of President
Cleve'and's term, unh s for cause h( is ask
ed to resign, and as a matter of course he
will control all the ii'li'T positions in the
posfiiffl.te. The same state of thing gov
ern Mr. Fisher' apt) lintirent a surveyor
of the port, and of all tho other government
pi ici s from j oiitor up and down.
After the turkev ard other choice viands
havi been digested on Thanksgiving Day
and the prop 1 spirit of appreciation shown
for the great benefits we enjoy here below,
there is no better way o' terminating the
day than to attend tho intellectual feast
prepared for us by the eminent tragedian,
Fred Wurde, and his superb company.
Lord Lytton's greatest effirt "Richelieu"
will be rendered with all the splendid
scenic effiii't S i necessary to the presenta
tion ot plays of tin rhara'ter, and in the
hands ofihe Warlo combination receive
such attention to details, and is so thor
oughly appreciated and undi-rst aid by ev
ery member of tho company that its rendi
tion cannot help exceeding anything of the
kind ever witnessed here. There is no
question as to Mr. Wardo'a acting. Ho is
simply grand in every character ho assumes.
As tho deformed "Richard" ho has but one
superior upon tho stugn, Edwin Booth, and
even that point in disputed by some of the
most eminent critics in tho country. Ho
has an adequate knowledge as to the re
quirements of the part and sustains the
character of tho hump-backed sovereign
with magnificent 1 ff ct.
"What 1 home without a mother!" Why
it is about as comlortlnKS a place s a tuoi
tolpleco without a neat little bottle of Or,
Bull's Cough Syrup, bought of tho neurcst
druggist at twcuty-flvo cents.
A Mother's Dread.
The VfotJorful Histrionic Development
or a famous Child Actress.
The New York public was surprised a
few years ago at the arrest at tho Instiga
tion of the society for tho prevention of
cruelty to children, of little Corinne, the
child actress. The little girl, less than
eight years old, was taken from her par
ents and kept in confinement until released
by order of the court and mayor of the
city. Mrs. Jennie Kimball, the mother of
Corrine, who has been known to the public
tor many years as vocalist and comedienne,
has drvotod the greatest care to 'the train
ing of Con tine, and the result is a develop
ment of natural faculties really phenome
"When did you discover Connne's re
markable talent?" was asked of Mrs. Kim
ball. "I can hardly remember the time when
her eyes would not sparkle at the sound of
music; she began to sing before she could
talk. Before she was four years old she
created quite a sensation and received the
prize of a gold chain and locket studded
with diacond at tho national baby show
at Boston. N-xt she sang in a concert giv
en by Brown's Brigade Band, and iu 187D
made her debut as Little Buttercup in the
Juvenile Pinafore Company. S uce then
she has played various mles nearly every
Mr. Konhall is a lady of fine presence,
and when playing at the Biston museum
was herself known as "Little Jeume Kim
"What has become of the little lady,"
asked the reporter.
"She has given place to the person you
see before you. Like so many others, I
have grown somewhat fleshy. Indeed I as
sumed bucn proportions that I began to
fear for my health. Why at times I would
have the most suffocating sensation in my
heart; then again my head would bo at
tacked and I have irequen'ly fallen to the
fl 1 r in a dea I fa nung tit. I c n-ulted
several eminent physician and they to'd
me I must iibmdon the stage if I expect d
or hoped to live. This seemed erriilc,
for I am devoted to my profession, aud al
so to the development of Corinne."
"And yet you appear perfectly strong."
"And so I am. Why I have reduced my
weight over twenty pounds within three
months and I never telt better in my life
If any who are troubled as I was questions
this, let them try Warner's safe cure, the
remedy I used, and they will, I am sure be
speedily convinced of of its truth. I be
lieve ii is the finest medicine in the world
and any number of my friends to whom
have recommended it have found it as ben
1 llcal as it Iihd bi vn tn inn."
"Is Coiiune's health good?"
"Perfect. The child has so much life and
vivacity she is overflowing with it, ou and
off the stage."
The only previous instance of such re
markable prococity which history chroui
cles is that of tho famous Peg Wofflngton,
who first appeared iu "The Beggar's Opera"
when but little older than Corrine.
lion. A. II. Garland, of Ark.
The prominent position this gentleman
occupies in the Judiciary committee of the
Seuate, where he is looked upon as one ot
the most profound constitutional lawyers of
this state; his strict integrity and great
executive ability, added to those hit well
known kindly feeling for the colored race,
would make him, to our mind, the
most acceptable attorney general to tho
whole union Gov. Cleveland could have in
Ins cabinet. While he may not wish to re
tire from the senate, we believe as attorney
general he culd be of more servic to his
country than in his present limited posi
tion. Resolutions of Respect.
At a meeting of the Hibernian Fire Co.
No. 4. November 6th, 1884, the following
preamble and resolution were adopted:
Whereas it hath pleased Divine Provi
dence in his infinite wisdom to remove
hy the hand of death our late secretary,
Charles C. Mason, while yet in in the flow
er 01 his V"U h, therelore be it
Resolved, That by his death wo aredepriv
edof a most faithful and valuable member,
one that ha always discharged his duties
with ability and fidelity.
R 'so ved, That ro hi bereaved wife and
mother wh extend our dee-est oympuhv in
the los of their demoted husband and son,
who by reason of his itrmlv and sterling
virtu- n was their prole and their soluco.
Res dved, Tint these r solutions be
sproad upon the journal and copies of same
bo transmitted to the widow and mother of
M. J. Howley,
Samson's Legs and Locks.
When Delilah (dipped off Samson's locks
that mighty athlete at once became "us
other men." If it could be proved that tho
possession of luxuriant hair would enable
men to tear op, m lions' jiw,niseox & Co.,
would l o driven u ild in the 1 fl'oit to sup
ply enough of Parker's Hair Balsam to
meet tnc demand, As it i die Balsam
prevents your hair from falling out, and
restore the original colored if faded or
gray. 1! s'nles it is a great additiou to tho
toilet table simply its a dressing.
Shelving, counter, show coses and look
ing glasses tor sale cheap.
I. Fau.ndakeh & Co.
3t Cor. Seventh it.
Look for the Red Light,
at DuBatiu's 5U Ohio levee.
C. Koch, Manufacturer and Dealer .
in boots and shoes, keeps always on band a
large assortment of gents' and ladles' boots,
shoes ami rubocrs ot all style and size.
Hand made goods a specialty, also always
on hand lo tther and fludings. It will pay
)iu to call on him before purchasing else
where. His prices are very low and satis
Ucwett can supply you with the best
Oysters in the city. tf
For the Best Oysters,
go to DeBaun's, )0 Ohio levee.
Under the auspices of the woman's club
and library association: Class in oil paint
ing, Mrs. G Finher; class in wood-carving,
hammered brass, repousse, modeling and
etching, Mrs F. Koismeyer. For terms
and hours apply to above named teachers.
Place your orders with Hewett for
0)sters and Fish. tf
For a Good Meal
or a good room, go to DeBaun's, 56 Ohio
Thousands Say So.
Mr T. W. Atkins, flirard. Kan.. WritOS.
"I never hesitate to recommend yonr Elec
tric Bitters to my customers, tney give en
tire satisfaction and are rapid sellers."
Elect tic Bitters are the purest and best
n ediciue known, and will positively cure
Kidney and Liver complaints, rurny tno
liloml nnrl reunlnta thfl bowels. No familv
can afford to be without them. Tney will
save nuuareus 01 aoiiars iu aociors' uuis
every year. Sold at fifty cents a bottle by
Uarclay bros. to;
Hewett's Oyster Depot is on Eighth
street, one door east of Commercial. tf
Open Day and Night.
DeBaun's restaurant, 56 Ohio levee, tf
riucKien'8 Arnica Salve
lie Best Salve In the world for Cuts,
itiises, Sores, Ulcers, SaltKheum, Fever
lores. Tetter. Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or mbnty refunded, rnce
.'! cents per box. For sale by liarclay
Only the Best Brand of uyaters,
at DeBaun's, 50 Ohio levee. tf
A Walking Skeleton.
Mr. E. Springer, ot Meclmuicsburg, Pa.,
writes: "1 was affected with lung lever
and abscess on lungs, and reduced to a
walking skeleton. Got a free trial bottle
of Dr. King's New Discovery for Con
sumption, which did me so much good
rliAir I bought a dollar bottle. After using
three bottles, found melf ojee more a
man, completely restored to health, with a
hcurty appetite, and a gain in flesh of 48
lbs." Call at Barclay Bros.' drug store and
get a free trial bottio of this certain cure
for all Lung Diseases. Largo Dottles $1.00.
I have been a great sufferer from nay
Fever tor fifteen years. 1 read of the many
wondrous cures of Ely's Cream Balm and
thought I would try once more. In fifteen
minutes al ter one application I was wonder
fully helped. Two weeks ago I commenced
using it and now I feel entirely curod. It
is the greatest discovery ever known. Du
hamel Clark, Farmer, Lee, Mass. Price
Quick, complete cure, all annoying Kid
ney, Bladder and Urinary Diseases. $1.00.
H. Kroeger, of West Plains, Mo., says:
My wile had flooding last winter, and she
Used one bottle of Merrell's Female Tonic
and was cured, although I had the services
0 two doctuis before. She owes her life to
Mr. Mary Boyd, of Avon. St. Genevieve
Co., Mo., sajs, August 29th, 1883: I have
used Merrell's Female Tonic during
pregnancy, and after child birth, with the
very best ro.-ult. I cannot speak too high
ly of it.
"Rough on Dentist" Tooth Powder.
Smooth, Refreshing, Harmless, Elegant,
Cleansing, Preservative and Fragrant. 15c.
Carter's Little Liver Pills are free from
all crude and irritating matter. Concen
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to take; u pain; no gripping; no purging.
Tho People's Remedy for hiliousness,
constipation, piles, sick hcadache,jaundice,
&c, is Allen's Bilious Physic, a pure vege
table l;qtiid remedy; large bottle, 23 cents.
At all mugL'is's. (3)
'I hin People.
"Well's Heai h Retiewer" restores health
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Sexual Dobilih. $1. (2)
Advice to Mothers.
Are you disturbed at night and lir-.ken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with pain of cutting teeth! If so,
send at once and get a bottle of Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teeth
ing. Its value ,s incalculable. It will re
lieve tho poor little suH'erer immed
iately. Depend upon it, mothers, there is
110 mistake about it. It cures dysentery and
diarrhiva, regulates the stomach and bow
els, cures wind colic, softens the gums, re
duces inflammation, and gives tone and
eiicruv to tho whole system. Mrs. Wius
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teething
is pleasant to the "ie, mid is tho prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and best female
nurses mid physicians in the Uuited States,
and is for sale by ail druggists throughout
the world. Price 25 cents a bottle.