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THE DAILY OAIEO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNINQ, DECEMBER 6, 1884.
Vlayor Thna. W. Uftllidky.
Treaanrar Cuarks f. Nellia.
L'lsrk Uennli. J.Koley .
Connaalnr Wm. B. Gilbert.
Mribl-Jm-i 8. Reardun.
attorney William Hendncat.
fUct Maglitrate-A. Comlnga.
aoABO or ALDIBM1
flrat Ward-Win. McHale, Harry Walker
Sueond Ward-O. R. Woodward, 0. N. Hnuhti
Third Ward John Wood, iguert Smith.
Fourth Ward Cnarlaa O. fatter, Samuel Orr,
fifth Ward Cnaa. LancaatervHanry Burnt.
Clrcn! t J udire D, .1. Balcer.
Circuit Clrk-A. H. Irvln.
County Judre J, II. Koulnaon.
County Clerk 8. J. Humra.
County Attorney Angm Leek.
County Treasurer Milea W. barker,
Sheriff John Hodgea. ,
Coroner It. Fttcgerald
County CommlMioneraT. W. Hallldiy, J. D'
Molcahar and Cater Haoo.
CAIKO BAI'TIST-Corner Tenth ad Poplar
tre'U; prtiacblnif, flrt and third hundava tn
each nontn, II a m. aud 7:30 p. m.: prayer meet
ing Thursday, 7 'JO p. n).j Bandar achoul, 9;JW a m
CAUUHCH OF TUB KEDEKMKK-Bplcop.
j Foartaentb atreet; Bunday 7:00 a m., Holy
Communion 10:30 a. m., Horning l'rayera II a. ni.
Sunday acbool 8 p. m., Evening frayera 7"4U p. in
F. V. Davenport, 8. T. B. Hectut.
IN RUT MISSION AR? BAPTIST CHTTRCB.
r Preacblnx at 10:30 a. n.., 8 p. m., and 7:S0 p. m.
4abnath acbool at 7:80 p. a lie?. T. J. Sfaorea,
ICTUS HAN Tbtrteentb atreet; twirvUea Sab
j batb 1:30 a. m.; Bunday acbool 2 p. m. Key.
MBTHODIHT Cor. Eighth and Walunt atreet
Preaching Sabbath 11 :U0 a. m. and 7 :90 P. m
-onday Hcbol at 3:00 p. m. Hey. K. A, Iloyt
1)KEHHYTKRIAV Xlphth atreet; preacolnr. on
Sabbath at 11:00 a. n.. and 7:80 d. m.: prater
noettoit Wedneaday at 7:) p.m.; Bunday Bchvol
i! 3 p.m. nev A.li. i rica, uanor.
1. J'JHKI'H 8 -Hoinan Catholic) Corner Cron
k '"rt Walnut atreet; Man every Monday at
and II a. m.; Sunday acbool at i p. m , and Ven
tre at 3 p.m. H fa eyery niornlny at s a. m. Itev
C. Sweeney, paator.
L I I' A I KICK'S (Roman CatUuilc) Corner Ninth
O rrr and Waahlnirion ayanue; Vlaa ever)
Bandar and 8 and 1 a.m.; Bunday cu o at 2 p.m.'
and Vcapera at S p. in. a eve y morn' ox at t
p. m. Key. J, Murphy, pattoi.
riAIRO ENCAMPMENT No. l-MeBt lecond
J and fourth Frld each month.
ALEXANDER LODGE I. 0.0. F. So 2M
Meet eyery Thursday.
C AFPORD I.ODGK I O. O. P. No. 67-Muet
O every Wedneiday even ng.
CA ttO CoMMANlKRY No. 13-Meeta flrat
Mjnday in rath monib.
C I RO CHAPTER No. 71-M.-ta third Tueiday
ol each month.
CAIKO LODGE No i37 -Meeti ecnd Monday
in each mouth
CAIKO LODGE. K. f II , No. Hlii-Mvclr second
ant foarth Tueadaya oi the mouth.
IJIOSEER LODGE. K. and L. of H..No.!M
Meel Dr-t and third Friday each mottn.
AMERICAN HGION OF HONOR No. 10:4
Heela aecond aud fourth Monday ea:h moLtb
J U.K. C ?'rai Taaralay In ths man'h.
JDEAL LEAGUE Meet eyery Tuesday nlgat.
TONIGHT OF GOLDEN ItCLE. RISING STAR
i Caata No. 64 meet third Wednesday each mo
ARAB F1RKCO. So.2-Mee;a third Monday of
R. FIRE CO. No. 3-Meeta fint Monday of
' enb month.
IBEBNIAS PIKE CO. No. 4--Me.ta third
Thuraday of (be mouth.
BLTAFIRE CO. No. 6-Meeti aerond Wed
nesday of the mouth.
NCI10R l'IRE CO. No. 7-Meeti Urit Thurr-day
each nion b.
rjlHBCITY NATIONAL BANK.
71 OIIIO LEVEE.
A Gcucral Baakin? Uu-siness
TIIOS, W. IIAIillU.VY
ENTERPRISE SAVING BANK.
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS RANK.
TIXOS. "W IIAILl DAYi
Commercial Aveunti ami Eiffbth Strett
F. BVOS8. Prvaident. I P. Nfll'r". VlfePrent
H. WELLS, Cashier. T. J. Kerih, Am t rami
. BroM Ca!ro I WlllUm Kiml. .Clrc
reterNerT " I WtlHimi Wolf.... '
C. M .Oaterloh " I 0. O. I'atltT. ......
E.A.Buder " I II. Well". '
J. V. Clem'on, Caledonia.:
A GBBKAL BANEING BUSINESS DON K.
KxohatiRO ao'.d and bought. Inti'rott paid it
IheSaylnua Department. Colleciiiuia inudo uui)
ill bualnem promptly attended tc.
jjR. J. E. STRONG,
129 Commercial Ave., Cairo, ill.
VAPOR, ELECTRO-VAPOR AMD MEDICATED
A lady lo ittendance.
M. IIAURELL, M. D.
OFFICE Eait Bide Commercial, bolon 8th 8t.
R. E. W. WH1TL00K,
Oim'i No. 136 Commercial AvHttnr., bntwueo
Etbtb and Ninth Btreeu
JJ G. PARSONS, M. O.,
OCULIST AND AURI8T.
OFNOE-Clty Drug Btor. CtrbosdtU, 111.
WANTED Ladioa and (icrit'em-n In city or
ooun y to take litrht work ut ihnlr own huiriua.
3 to 14 a day eaally uiadu; work aunt by mall; no
cuuvuaaluv. We have nond demtiud for our work
and urnlnh af y emiiliiymtint. Addrea. with
lamp, CltOW.N MPU. COJIPAiNy, i4 VlUf PH.,
-Hfiydock Junip-aeat aurrny. lint price
,gand Job, for Inquire of E. A.
FoKSALE.-IIaydock Phaeton, new. liat price
f'joo. for 1.-Iii(iuiru of E. A. Burnett, Bullo
FOR BLE. Twocottau'ua on 2Mb atroet near
Poplar, and onecoltugv ou Poplar above 'Iblh
atreet, at a bargain,
tf M.J. HOWLEY, Real Eatate Agent.
DO YOU KNOW
Wltb Red Tin ev la the heat? lathe puret; l
never ailulterated with glacoav, barytea, inoiamiea,
or any deleterloui Ingredleuia, a la the caeu with
many o'ber tobaccon.
LOIULLARD'S ROSE LEAF FINE CUT
laalao made of the finest stork, and for aromatic
chewing quality la aecund to none.
LORILLAKO'S NAVY CLIPPINGS
take Qrt rank as a solid duruhio s.nuklnu tobacco
LORILLAHD'S r'AMOUS SNUFFS
have beeu uatd for over 14 years, and are sold to
l&rtf T exintthan any other
who are tired of Culico that fade in sunshine or
wa bin; will Had the
P U R P L E S, " G R A Y S, " AND
perfect 1 1 and c lable. Il von want ar bonett
print, try them. Made In treat variety.
1 bT p'j)itlvrjriiie1 fr ttiUji 1 by til
Ah inoaatii'iiofcMfi of th wri kind ai.d of lonit
tollnr hftve twtiru'eti 1 1-) . oltfltr i ruTftallft
Id it fflccr. Ifni I i I iKi-iTW'f) Uol'Ti.Ki KKKB,
toffihtir w'.i'i V A I.T AH! K TKK TISK on thit diMMW
Li anf BufTfrfr. ii i V X t .r,-i ,.1 Y O n-lll r tl.
UK. T. A. bLUt. UM.lel f er,bi., v York..
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UENEKAL LOCAL ITEMS
Mfttiueo this eYcnlog.
Tbo weather id Tory disagreeable.
Cairo haa another Bhooting gallery
Tho hiL'h school exercises yesterday
afternoon were very nice.
Read and consider tbo locals of Walter
B. Pettis, found anions locals.
Tho pretty day have changed to thoso
that are not so pretty.
Miss Mamio Bennett, after a two
weeks' illnehs, is again able to be out,
Homo excellent music was rendered
night beforo last by a ecrenadin"; party.
Mr. Smith, of Illinois, has named his
boy Pension List, because he grows so fast.
Capt. Lem Hill, formerly of the Ella
Kimbrough, left for St. Louis yesterday.
Buy your coal of J. W. Moorhead,
good as big muddy and delivered, at $2.05
per ton. Ct
The charity association holds a meet
infj at BriMol'd hall this afternoon at 3
The "B.iuker'd Daughter" at matinee
and to-night. Seats 2" and 50 cents good
all over the house.
Cheap railroad tickets. Cut rate.
Ticket office of W. W. Core, Ohio Levee,
near Fourth street.
Mr. R. 0. Crecelius, a prominent mer
chant of Olraslead, 111., was in town yes
terday on LuBiutss. j
Be Bure and a'.tend the ladies' and
children's ruatiDce at the opera house this
afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Anyone desii ir ono or two hand
somely furnished rooms on Commercial av
enu apply at this office. tf
Ml. Alex N. Taylor, the clever editor
of ihe Fulton, Ky., Fu toman, was in our
city yesterday on buo'ness.
MUs Dura Jones, of Me'ropnlis, is in
the city and has been for several dsys, vis
iting Mrs. Rector.
New I9S4 California canned fruit, also
new prune?, and currants. Walter B. Pet
ti, the grocer. Telephone 71. 2t
Mr. Willis, of Metropolis, mother of
Mrs. F. P. Divenport, was on a visit to her
Mrs. Norman Rexford, of Centrsiin,
is in the city, tho guest of Mrs. W. U.
LlaUUlay, her eister-in-law.
Wanted. 20 pounds large clean cot
ton ragaat The Bclletis office; 5 cents
per pound will be paid for selected ttock. 2
A boa constrictor in New York ia af
flicted with cancer in his mouth, and has
to submit to a wash of alum witer
- Mrs. Muy R. Waggoner, of C ilumbus,
Ohio, is in the city visiting Pilot Henry
Ashton's family, on Twelfth street
Plain and self-raising buckwheatflour
and mnplo eyrup at Walter B. Pettis, the
grf cer. Telephone 71. 2t
Mr. John R. Winston, formerly cash
ier of the wharf-boat, is in the sample and
refreshment business at Kansas City.
Mr. Cornelius Boyle, Sr., father of our
worthy foreman, i9 in town for a day or
two. Mr. B. is a tiilor and a fine workman.
Kingman & Co.'s pure lard, hams and
breakfast bacon. Walter B. Pettis, the
grocer. Telephone 71. 2t
Judge PiJgeon is amn in our city af
ter spending some few dtys in St. Louis in
the iutertst of the book he is soon to pub
lish. The arms manufacturers of the United
Stuies, in the absence of war, will doubt
less full btck on the ladies of Puns and
A full line of staple and fancy grocer
ies, canned jjoods, truits, etc., at the lowest
possible prices, at Walter B. Pettis', tho
grocer. Telephone 71. 2t
The lecture by Mr. French was quite
a nice . lTni r. Tho inclement weather pre
vented as largo an attendance as he other
wise would have hud.
Mrs. John Jones gives an elegant 5
o'clock tea at her residence corner Eleventh
and Walnut, Thursday afternoon, in honor
of Mrs. Norman Rexl'or 1.
Some one lias been writing on ''how to
dress a window." It is simple enough;
take a i-nsh big enough to Imld the pane
and fiibten it up gracefully.
Mr. E C. Shotirds, of St. Louis, for
merly conductor on Iron Mountain railroad
at this p'ace, spent Thursday in the city
Prospects for nnother wedding are
whispered. It is to couie off in about two
or three weeks, and will bo in the neigh
borhood of tho ono Sunday.
Wo made a mistako in yesterday
morning's paper as to where Mr. John E.
Lulkin lived. It should have beeu Anna
instead of Vienna.
Mr. F. M. Ilarroll, our young dentist,
will leavo tho first of the coming week for
newer fields of labor. Ho is thinking of
locating somewhero in tho west.
Tennyson's new poem, ''Freedom,"
will doubtless givo tho honest voter many
valuable pointers as how to vote fur local
option without voting against it.
There are a few mothers who bavo no
heart. One in New York, the other clay,
refuGod to pay Uio line of her con, who is
frequently and punctually drunk.
A proacher in this state not long; since
was called on to perform the marriago cere
monv. There were four bridea-BlBterB
named Carr, and now tbe irrev&ent parag-
raphera allude to him as the champion Car
After til there is a vast deal of com
mon sense- in tho remark of tbe deserter
when bo said, I'd rather be a coward all my
life than be a corpse fifteen minutes."
Prof. Mason's dancinir class have se
cured a band for Saturday night, and will
enjoy themselves until 12 o'clock in the
mirthful pleasures of the danco.
We wonder if a (rood many of our
small-fry country editors of the republican
proclivity don't find it rather hard to edit
a really good and consistent journal.
Georce WinBeld Scott Hancock Tat
tison Sullivan Yerks is a small boy in the
interior of Pennsylvania. There is some
fear of his ever gaining his maturity
Mr. Geo. T. Tetue, a retired merchant
from near Quebec, Canada, and an uncle
of Mrs. McGuuley, of this city, arrived yes
terday morning to make a two weeks' stay
in our midst,
The Schofleld Mfo. Co., of' 20 South
Canal St., Chicago, want agents to handle
a specialty 100 per cent profit and a gold
watch worth $73 given free. Write them
at once and secure the agency. 4t-sat
Tbe following are the revenuo receipts
for November: From tobacco $2,007.03;
cigars, 1,003 35; whiskey, 19,003.50; beer,
0,417.67; special tax, 489.24; fines and costs
37 43; total, $31,449.11.
-We were told yesterday that Win. Mc
Ewen will take unto himself Miss Carrie
Lurabert as a bride next Sunday. The
wedding will be very quift, and will be
conducted at the bride's residence.
"The Ancients" will hold their regular
serai-montlily dance at the Ideal league
hall, Monday evening, Dec. 8, 1884. By
urder of executive committee.
2t Mks Lack J. Kitten house, Secy.
Dr. J. II. Patty, the well-known phren
ologist, and his wife, Rose Adaim Patty, a
graduate of the Fowler and Wells Insti
tute, New York city, are at the Clifton
house for a few days. They solicit your
Joseph Curry, nephew of Mr. Joseph
Steayala and for a long timo his barkeeper,
passed through here Thursday from Mai
den, Mo., for Hickman, Ky., with the re
mains of his wife to inter them at the lat
ter place, her former home.
President Cleveland declines all ban
quets tendered him. It is to bo hoped that
our excellent chief magistrate does not
mean to be-nii his administration by creat
inn among tho people a BUpicion that bo
feels any distrust of American jiie
If the public schools were to be gov
erned by the whims and notions of parents,
rh,.w tcniilH anon lirnken UO. However, a
public school is the last place in the word
to send a child when its pirents can afford
to send it to a good private school.
Mr. A.J. Carle, our popular livery
stable man bas moved his place of business
from his stand on Tenth and Commercial
to his old one on corner of Tenth and
Washington, where he would like to see
all who wish horses, buggies or any kind of
A subsctiber writes to know if "Rip
Van Winkle" was ever played in the new
opera houso before Thursday night. Yes;
the Huntley dramatic combination played
"Rip Vin Winkle" juBt one year ago this
month, Mr. Huntley assuming tbe charac
ter of Rip.
What will tho editors of our republi
can party papers do now 6inco their gov
ernmrut BUpport has been snatched from
them? We expeet they will flop over and
try to be small sheep in the democratic
flock. We don't want them, though, so
they need not be toohaBty in their action.
Col. Merroll, who has chargo of the
Ohio river improvements, and who has
been up at Grand Chain, passed through
here on his way to Cincinnati. Ho in
formed our reporter that ho had located a
new dyke ou i,he chain aud that tho old
one would be extended, but how much he
did not say.
Ristori interviewed : "I pass nearly all
my timts at my houses in Rome, Paris and
London, aud do not act often. I havu step
ped out of my habits, however, to coino to
America, for I icmcmher with gratification
tho reception accorded to mo in 1806, 1807,
and 1874, when I was also hero. And I
hope you will like my English efforts."
Tho prison news column of tho Ches
ter Tribune bus tho following: "Win Shan
non, received from Alexander county last
February to serve two years for assault to
rob, last Saturday refused to work in the
quarry and usi-au'ted Dennis Rown, bis
keeper. Officer Castella came to tho res
cue and knocked Shannon down with a
Kick. He was taken to the hospital for
Tho occupants of our state peniten
tiary had a theatrical entortainment on
Thanksgiving day. The entertainment
was made up of songs, dancing, Kgs( con
undrums, &c, and concluded with a
lauuhnblo farce entitled "Trouble in the
Doctor's Shop." Tho music was furnished
by prison talent. After the performance
a giand and gloiious dinner was Bprcad for
The Courier-Journal very wisely ro
marks that "It having beon ald In Wabh
ington by a friend of Blaine's from Maine,
with regard to Blaine's future courso, 'He
may not expect to be president, but he ex
pects to have a good deal to do wfth mak
ing presidents,' the reply came promptly,
Judging from his sucess in making two in
the last three years Arthur and Cleveland
with whose present positions as president
and Presioent-elect, no one can deny, in
reviewing Blaine's part in the events which
immediately preceded the shooting of Gar
field and ended in the accession of Arthur
to the presidency, snd the management by
Blaine of his friends in New York in 1882
which resulted in tho election of Cleveland
to be governor by on overwhelming major
ity, and led the way to his election an pres
ident this year, that Blaine bad a great
deal to do, the country is better satisfied
with Blaino as a president maker than he
is with tho consequence of his work."
-The first chapter of E. P. Roe's latest
serial story, "An Original Bell," written for
The Current, appeared in its issue of to
day. A thorough review of tho work justi
fies tbe positive assertion that this story
will be found the most important of all tho
works of this most popular authors. It is
original in conception, noble In motive,
broad in treatment, and intensely fascinat
ing as a whole. It embodies t lie results of
long study, industrious research, and com
prehenslve consideration of tho influences
of tbe war and its episodes upon society.
It ia inspired by the lofty impulse of this
author to make women and mea better. It
shows how much a beautiful and gifted
woman may do towards developing manli
ness in men. It reveals the potentiality of
woman's sympathy, and discloses the dign
ity of tbe sphere of action which lies with
in the reach of every woman who has a
soul above mere flirtation. It is a story
for fathers and mothers, for husbands and
wives, for belles and beaux. It is serious,
but never dull; it is uplifting, but never
prosily didactic. It is genuinely American
in its scope, without any of tho forcing pro
cess sometimes employed to give a novel
an."Ami'rican" character. It abounds in
life, light and color, and is as entertaining
as a novel as it ia profitable as a philosophy.
It is a story to be read and re-read a story
for tha profound student of human nature
as well as for thoio who read for mere
diversion. Mr. Roc has put into it his
best mental energy, his highest gifts; and
(he result is his strongest, broadest, and
WAsniNO.Totf, D. C, )
December 5, 1884. j
Observer, Cairo, 111.:
Hoist cold wave signal. Temperature
will fall 10 to 20 degrees during tho next
24 hours. Haze.
Opera House To-night.
The pretty socioty drams, "The Banker's
Daughter," is one of Bronson Howard's
prettiest plays, clean, pure with a wealth of
incident and pleasant climax that renders
it more than usually attractivo and enter
taining. It had a splendid run of twenty
weeks at the Union Squaro theatre in New
York, and tho combination presenting it
here to-night have especial permission of
the proprietors of that theatre, to play it
throughout tho rest. The drama hinges
upon the marriage of tho banker's daugh
ter to a man she could not love, but who
discovered after separation that she did not
know her own heart, and pleadingly called
tho hoart-broken husbaud back again. It
is a most entertaining drama, with a thotno
delightful and pleasing to all; yes even to
tho older heads whoso dreaniB of lovo have
long since passed away,
A doctor attending a punster who was
very ill, said he had to stop to see a mau
who had fallen down a well. "Did ho kick
Dm liiifUcf. dnctnri" oroannd the nunttter.
"No sir; we uiod St. Jacobs Oil, and made
mm won again."
iMatiiiee this Afternoon-
We wish to call especial attention to the
fact that the Crosen combination will pres
ent "the Banker's Daughter" at matinee
performance this afternoon at the very low
price of fifty and twenty-five cents, a figure
within the reach of every one, affording a
pleasant and cheap opportunity to witness
ono of tho prettiest society dramas ever
presented in this city. Tho management
feel positive that those who attend this af
ternoon will becoino so enthused as to be
the direct causa of splendid patronage at
flight. Tho afternoon performance will
emhrace the play in its cnterity and will
include also tho full force of the company.
LIST OF LETTEH9 KEUAIXIXG) CNCAtLKD
KOR IN THE POSTomCE AT CAIRO, ILL.,
BATUHDAY, DECEMBER S, 1884:
Alherton, C M
Sc ut, T T
Burnham, Robt A(3) Belcher, Freman
Barker, ASA Coyle, Thomas
Connor, Seath A Cullen, J C
Clare, Henry Cain, H
Copleson, U Collie, Orankson
Call, Ame Doon, Frank
Denmey, Wni DouglaB, M
Dairgan, James Gardner, Jno
Fox, Jno Fox, George
Ewing, JF Ed mondson, George
Finerty Dr Ooodler, Rich
llaslan, Robt II Hester, M
Hard man, Geo W Henderson, Forest
Hohnan, Frank Holmes, Charles
Herd, Dave Halloy, Chas
Johnson, P F Jackson, Charley
Kirbcy, Jacob Lobes, Rudolph
La Valey, Mitcbell Lavcliey, t'atnclc
Ladd, M B Lavcrance, E
Moachem.Wm Martin, Willie
McMorton, William Malono, Saml C
McCbire, Saml Miller, R S
Mare, K Milbun, Henry
Mitchell, Barney McClelen, Jobn
Nolan. Thomas Odbort, F B
Procht, Micholl Penterson, E A
Priceley, Chas E Reynolds, Z E
Steavenson. Jno Stout, Jno
St. Clair, J II Sluidon, Charley
Ferinue, W Terzey, T A
Towell, Frank Tarin, Qreen
Woodward, Y W
PersonB calling for the above letters will
please say advertised.
Wm. M. Mcnrnr, Postmaster.
Opt'iiiiig- tho Fountains.
In numberless bulbs beneath the skin is
secreted tho liquid substance which Rives
tho hair its texture color and gloss. When
this secretion Btops, tho buir becoms dry
luntrelesB, brittlo Bnd gray. Is that the
condition of your hair? If so, apply Par
ker's Hair Balsam at onco. It will restore
tho color, rIoss and life by renewing the
action of nature. The Balsam is not an oil,
not a dye but an elegant toilet article,
highly appreciated becauso of its cleanli
ness. Cheap Ttoraos in Arkansas aud Texas
Along the lire of the St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Railway, Texas and
Pacific Railway and International and
Great Northorn Railroad, are thousands ot
acres of tho choicest farming and grazing
lands in the world, ranging in price from
$2.00 to $300 and $4.00 per acre, in a
healthy country, with climate unsurpassed
fur salubrity and comfort. Bend your ad
dress to the undersigned for a copy of sta
tistics of crops raised in Arkansss and Texas,
In 1882, and makeup your mind to go and
see for yourself when you leara (bat the crop
for 1883 is BO per cent larger than that of
1883. To thoso purchasing land owned by
the Company, and paying- one-fourth, ono
hair, or all cash, a proportionate rebate It
allowed for money paid for tickets or freight
over the companies lines. '.,.
U. C. Towrsbhp, Gon'l Pasa. Agt.
Bt. Louis, Mo.