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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN! WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 17, 1884.
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
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MONDAY, DEC. 2t.
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Tqehe are 50,017 postmasters in the
The farmers of Berrien county, Mich.,are
foediiitf their wheat to etcick.
Tub now comminHioner of public works
for New York City is Oun. Fitz John Por
ter. AeiNOLE aJvertieemcnt in a Louisville
p iper for a church p istor brought ninety
Ir we are to believe the Sucond Advent
i-ts, Mr. Cleveland will not bu inaugurated.
They say tho end of the world will occur
Fkancis Mcbpuy ia leading a great tern
perauco revival in Pittsburgh. During the
past two weeks 7,000 persons have signed
The bill to be presented to congress for
the establishment of a national board of
health we drafted by Dr. J, N. McCor
ruack, of Bowling Green, Ky.
Ten thousand men are are out of em
ployiueLt in the city of Detroit, Mich.
Three industries have not been affected
brewers, furriers and tobacco manufactur
ers. At the national con ft r ence of state
boards of health at Washington, Dr. Oer
ner, of Erie, Pa., said "he did not believe
in disinfectants," and added: "You might
just as well have a prayer meeting against
The Cleveland and Ilcndricks club at
Harrodsburg, Ky., unmitnously voted to
present its banner to President-elect Cleve
land, and delegated to perform that duty
Henry Cleveland Wood, nn honor due the
one member of tho club who had in his
veins the same blood inherited by the
president-elect from his ancestor, Moses
Sesatok Palmer, of Michigan, who has
an income of upwards of $200,000 a year,
says: "The happiest man is the ODe who has
the most illusions. There aie only three
real substantial things that you can get out
of life, and the mn who has those at the
required intervals is as well off as the rich
est. The realities are a full stomach, a
good suit nf clothes and a bed to sleep in.
Everything else belongs to the realm of il
lusions." The editor of the Benton Standard, hav
ing unsheathe 1 his goosequill, indites the
following: "The reason why tho demo
cratic party has preseived its organization
through some of the most severe trials a
political party has ever been called upon tq
pass, lies in tho fact that it is tho party of
the comu.on people. Its principles are as
eternal aa the Btars of heaven. They were
imbedded in the corner-stones of the con
stitution and although the waters of fanata
cism and sectionalism may dash against
them, yet they will stand as the bea
con light and hope ot thousands yet un
born, as they have for thousands gone be
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS
Several cases of diphtheria are reported.
The Central pay-car came in last even
ing. Hal. E. Armstrong, of Metropolis, is at
The Ilalli lay.
Chief Rearden is still confined to his
room by illness.
T. V. Jones, agent of the Muldoon Pic
nic company, is in the city.
J"bn Crice, the East Cairo colored
murderer, has been acquitted.
The cold wave 11 tg floated gracefully
in the balmy breeze yesterday.
In hosiery and lnndkerchiofs we show
the finest lino in the city at J. Burger's. St
The question of a street milway be
tween DuQuoin and St. Johns is being
Call and examine our line in Russian
circulars $0, $7, $3 and $10 at J. Burner's.
"Old Soi V genial rays beamed down
upon us yesterday, causing eveiybody to
Three furnished rooms for rent. Mrs.
A. G. Livings, Poplar street, between Sev
cntcenth and Eighteenth. 3t
W. II. Maher, a prominout citizen of
Streator, II!., was in Cairo yesterday. Ue
was greatly pleased with tho city.
How is it that O. II. Jackson & Co.
sell oranges cheaper than they aro quoted
at New Orleans?
Yesterday afternoon tho thermometer
indicated 17 degrees above zero at St.
Louis, while in this city it rose t 51.
The nicest present is a tilk plush
sacque, which you can buy at J. Burger's.
A prisoner in tho county jail at Padu-
cab, named Harris, lias commenced tho
publication of a little sheet nailed tho "Jail
For tho holiday trado wo offer special
inducements in all departments. J. Bur
A farmer namod Maiden, residing near
Ctledonia, camo in yesterday and claimed
the enw picked up by Cmistablo Hogao.
She had been stolen from bis premises.
Would it not be a good thing to havo
a oity weigher I A gentlomao informed us
yesterday that be paid for a ton of coal, but
on examination be found the load one
fourth short. He told the driver of the de
ficiency, who promised to rectify it, but up
to date it baa not been done.
Wanted. 20 pounds large clean cot
ton rags at The Bulletin office; Scents
per pound will bo paid for selected stock. 2
The days are growing provokingly
short at both ends for those who have
anything to do. To those who haven't
it doesn't mako much difference where the
day begins or ends.
In Langtrys and New Markers we
show the most comple line in tho city. J.
The colored men's brss band of this
city numbers fifteen mpmner, and con
sidering thp short time it has been organ
ized, renders excellent music. Their horns
cost $15 each.
Wantfd -A good white girl to do gener
al hoii'M'wnrk in private family. Apply to
Mra. R. W. Miller, Seventh street, between
Washington and Walnut. 3t
The "Limhert House" is transformed
into the ''Hotel De Seay," and is a well
kept private boarding-house. Mr. Seay
(without the Dp) is a veteran in the busi
ness from Jackson, Tenn.
The "Charlie TTill" wrecking boat is
now at tho wharf-boat, with armors and
divers: can be had at anytime on short
notVe and cheap rates. Apply on board or
to Major Halliday, agent. 3t
The case of the State vs. Kate J.
Wright, charged with perjury-, was tried
yesterday before Judge Robinson, resulting
in the defendant being bound over to the
circuit court in tho sum of $50.
Th funeral of Mrs. J. M. Ilocran oc
curred yesterday afternoon, the services be
ins vpry impressivp. Two car-loads of re
latives and sympatlvzinsr fripnds accom
panied the remains to their last resting
place in Villa Ridge.
One plain, yet colored, drunk was the
only case before Magistrate Corainss ypster
day. A negro came down from Villa
Rid'e to take passage on the Bayou Sara
for Hickman, but he dallied with the tar
antula juice and spent the night in the city
DeVoe, the weather prophet, says : "I
will venture to predict that there will be
more brilliant sunsets, and the sky will be
even redder than last year every, cold spell
this winter. When we have a brilliant
sunset, the wind will shift to the south,
and it will grow warmer, and three days af
ter it will rain."
Tho afar of Beth lehera can be seen in
the eastern horizon every morning about
dayllsht. It is very brilliant. Astnnomers
say it will soon psss away and will not be
visible again for 400 years. A number of
old maids, who believe it a good omen,
were out this morning taking a bird's-eye
view of its brilliancy.
Pecple who aro preparing to send
packages of merchandise through the mails
to the old country as Christmas presents or
otherwise, ought to understand that instead
of going across the sea they will go to the
dead letter office. The postoflico depart
ment has sent out a warning, and it de
serves aa much publicity as poesible.
Consider the expense and difficulties
overcome by our people less than 2,500
in population. The total cost of the levee
of to-day, which is above tho water of 1884
by 12 inches, will exceed $200,000. The
cost of tho three Inst high waters will
far exceed this in damage, and yet the peo
ple are not discouraged. 3hawneetown
W. B. Pettis purchased a drovo of tur
keys yesterday and placed them in the
yard in the rear of his store Shortly af-
terwards ho went out to look at them,
when to his amazement ho found the fowls
perched on tho roofs of adjoining houses.
A dog had scared the flock and they had
takuu refuge in secure places. In fact, tur
keys rose rapidly.
Milton Nobles' excellent company pro
duce i "Love and Law" at tho opera house
laut evening in a manner which reflected
credit on each and every member ot the
troupe, and likewise gavo tho very best sat
isfaction to all present. Tho play is repleto
with fuu and pathos, was elegantly mount
ed, and deserved a much larger audience.
Where all did so well it would bo lolly to
particularize. Wo commend the play and
company to tho press and poople every
where as worthy of tho fullest patronnyo.
With tho year 1895 two Important
serials will bo commenced in Harper's
Magazine, ono of thorn by Constance Foul
more, whoso "Anno" and "For tho, Major"
placed her in tho front rank of American
novelties. Her new novel will bo called
"East Angels," and it promises to bo as
strong story as "Anne," while superior to It
in artistic troatmont. Tho other "At tho
Rod Glovo" is a bright, humorous novel
located in Burno, Switzerland, by a writer
at to whose identity tho public is permitted
to guess. It is to bo fully Illustrated by Mr.
C. S. Rulnhart, from ikotcb.es niado amid
tho scenes of the novel.
Thcro it A land of puro delight
Where saints ImmotUI reign,
For hero on itanh 8t. Jacobs Oil,
Because It Conqunrs pain,
Maket mortals live in pure delight,
And froo from misery's chain.
On to New Orleans.
The World's Exposition Nearly Heady.
Special Correaaondenca to I be Bulletin I
New Orleans, Dec. 14, 1894.
Three thousand carloads already received
and still they come ac tho rate of two hun
dred a day. They canmt possibly get all
in placo before tho first of January, yet the
opening day, December 10, will bo a mag
nificent affiir, for so vast and variou a mu
seum bs never been dreamed c;f before The
exposition grounds every day by
THEIR BLOOMING BEAUTY
attract several thousand of idlo citizens.,
who are ruit allowed, of course, to enter the
buildings. There are now sixteen of these,
and their size, as everybody knows by this
time, eclipses all previous structures of sim
Brief sketches of somo of the buildings
will convey more emphatically to the gen
eral intelligr-nt leader the scope and mag
nitude of their attractions. The main
building is unique -there never was any
thing like it; its pavilioned facade 1378
feet long, its depth of 905 feet, its interior
arrangements of pillars instead of parti
tions, its gradutl rise of roof and conse
quent adaption of light, its music hall seat
ing ten thousand with stage room for six
hundred musicians, its enormous organ and
chime of bells, its machinery hall 1378 by
300 feet to which has been a Ided an exten
sion in iron of 570 by 120 feet, its dainty
coloring of chocolate and light lilac that
seems to enrobe vastnets in a drapery of
delicacy, the broad galleries that encircle
THE C0CSTLE83 CLCSTER3
of electric lights, the glimmering aisles and
the costly and curious things with which
the exhibitors have embellished them ajl
combine to produce an effect which is like
ly to last a lifetime nye, and more than a
To the northeast by a thousand feet
stands the United States and state exhibit
building. This was an afterthought, it
having been first supposed that the huge
ness of the main building and the others
adjacent would hold all the contributions
of exhibitors. This is 883 by 563 feet, and
in it United St ttes officials are arranging a
composite picture of the mechanism of the
most nearly perfect government that has
ever been beheld.
The horticultural hall, iron and glass,
with it8 two wings 300 feet each fn length
by 50 in width, and a body of 104 in diam
eter, spreads itself over the landscape in a
lordly grove of centenarian live-oaks, like
magnified to the millionth power. Its in
terior where on tables will be grouped in
fine art 25.000 plates Of fruit, with the
rarest exotics of the distant south in full
blaze of beauty ranged around, and in the
central tower a collosal fountain sprinkling
its diamond dews of coolness ; ver tho per
fumes, rich to oppressiveness, will bo a
sight and sensation few, if any, have ever
approached in their past experience.
The art gallery, 350 by 100 feet, built all
of iron, even its partitions, guaranteeing ffe
cunty to tho rare pictures and statues lent
from private families, and the work of
great French and Mexican artists not for
getting our own rising celebrities will
alo to all, and to the ladies especially, of
fer that foretaste of "joy forever" which
"things of beauty" never fuil to impart.
Two thousand of tho finest pictures by
American artists have already been obtain
ed, and this department, which in most
expositions has b.en deemed rather weak,
will be found a strong point hero.
But tho Mexican headquarters, a build
ing put ur by the Mexican government,
will, perhaps, to tho majority bo
THE ARCHITECTURAL JEWEL
of tho collection. It favors tho fashion of
a Mexican gentleman's residence, having a
frontage of 100 feet, and a depth of 300,
with an open court inside 115 by 184 feet,
around which runs a gallery that will bo
filled with tho fairest flowers and brightest
birds of Mexico, giving it tho somblanco of
a hanging garden. Light, graceful turrets
at each corner and in tho center, covered
with a profuso ornamentation of carving.
and tho wholo painted in gold, green and
maroon, with dashes of intenso red hore
and there, will recall to the mind of the
gnzer all the glow and grace of that Moor
ish period In Spanish hl.-tory of whoso art
tho Mexicans havo retained tho most sub
tile secrets in their cxqulsito and appropri
And all this Is looming luminously up
under a most bluo and golden glory of sun
and sky, At I pen thdae words, winds of
ARE PLAYING CHAOS
with tho opulent leaves of tho cabbngp-
roses that run wild In my pardon, and "tho
glorious climate of California" that-1 enjoy
ed ten years ntjo, dlsciuntod dally by tho
'ethereal mildness" which it facetiously
called winter id Louisiana.
Muldoon's Piciilo'ls tho most side split-
tlhg comicality cvef seen In tills city. Al
most everyone lias cseu it, and surely every
ono, big, little, groat And small, has iiotrd
of it. Boo advertisement.
GIFTS FOE THE HOLIDAY
What can be more appreciated than a beautiful as well as
a substantial gift? What is more to be admired for a Christ
mus Present than an elegant pair of Shoes or Slippers?
We know not what. Our stock of
Boots, Shoes and Slippers
for the Holiday never was so complete. We beg of the
good people not to confound us a new firm newly come with
a stock of goods purchased for some other locality. We
have been among you all of our lives and know just what
you want, and we have the goods suited to the location.
We invite an early inspection
140 Commercial Avenue, CAIBO, ILL.
E. .:. A.. .:.
lOi Commercial Ave.,
STAGES OP THE BIVSB.
River marked by the gauge at this
port, at 2 :12 p. m. yesterday, 14 feet 10
inches. Rie during previous twenty
four hours, 1 foot 0 inches.
Chattanooga, Deo. 10. Hiver 4 feet 1
inches and rising.
Cincinnati, Dec. 16. River 14 feet I
inches and rising.
Louisville, Dec. 10. River 7 feet '
inches and rising.
Nashville, Dec. 10. River 5 feet 1 inch
es and rising.
Pittsburg, Dec. 10. River 8 feet C
inches and falling.
St Louis, Dec. 16. River 11 ft inches 11
The Bello Memphis for St. Louis passed
up last night.
The Arkansas City is due to-night from
St. Louis for Vicksburg.
Tho City of Baton Rougo leaves St. Louis
to-night for New Orleans.
The City of Providence got off in good
shape for Vicksburg yesterday.
Don't forget that the R. R. Springer will
report hero Friday for Cincinnati.
Tho Hudson for Shawneetown leaves St.
Louis this evening and is due here to-morrow
Capt. Harvey Thompson, who was re
ported dangerously ill with pneumonia last
Sunday, is better.
Tho Morgan Rattler from New Orleans
will arrive here early this . morning
enrouto for St. Louis.
Tho new Mary Houston for Now Orleans
is on her way out from Cincinnati and is
duo here in tho morning.
Tho Ohio loaves Cincinnati this eveuing
for Memphis, and tho Golden Crown loaves
the same port for New Orleans.
The I) tcotah from St, Louis passed up
for Tennessee river yesterdty. If she had a
pound of freight wo failed to boo it.
Tho Sidney Dillon of the M.V.T. Co.,
left hero for St. Lou I a yesterday, and tho
E.M. Norton from St. Louis, arrived hero
with a trip for New Orleans.
Tho famous Joo. W. Oaff with the pop
ular Capt. Billy Tichenor in command
will report hero to-day for Memphis. For
cheap rates sou W. F. Lambdin, passenger
The Qus Fowler laid over lsst night to
take the Milton Noble company to Padu
call where they play to night. Capt. Tay
lor with many of hit ttuff attended their
Tho Golden Rule from Cincinnati arriv
od yesterday and mado thingt look like
old times. She bad a regular old fashion
ed Cincinnati trip aboard; also a bargoin
tow well loaded. ,Sho hid about 30 cabin
passengers; departed atO p.m. for New
A famous Washington gambler, it Is
said, will soon go to preaching. He would
have begun it ten years Ago, but ho only
Just now found a cure fot his cough. It is
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup.
fjIA. comit.-im.AV. lf2Vl
Holiday -:- Presents!
Gold, Diamonds, Solid Silver,
PLATE D-AV A. H E.
tW Musical Instruments. St. Louis Prices Duplicated.
"Rough on Pain" Plaster;
Porous and strengthening, improved, the
best for backache, pains in chest or side,
rheumatism, neuralgia. 25 cents. Drug
gists or mail. 5
Rush mil, Mo., July 21, 1883. After
suffering with the toothache and neuralgia
for three successive days I was advised to
try Merrell's Penetrating Oil, and after us
ing one application I got immediate relief.
I would not bo without it. Respectfully
yours, Mrs. Belle Bice.
I have been a hay fever sufferer for three
years. Have often heard of Ely's Cream
Balm spoken of in the highest terms; did
not take much stock in it because of the
many, quack medicines. A friend persuad
ed me to try the bm and I did so with
wonderful success. This recommendation
you can use for the benefit of hay fever suf
ferers. T. S. Geer, Syracuse, N. Y. Price
Smart weed and belladona combined
with the other ingredients used in the best
porus plnster make Carter's S. W. & B.
Backache plaster, tho best in the market.
Price 25 cents,
Nothing equals Allen's Bilious Physic 19
quickly relieving costiveness, headache,
heartburn and all other bilious troubles;
25cts., largo bottle. At druggists. (6)
Advice to Mothers.
Aro you disturbed at night and b'-.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 is incalculable. It will re
lievo the poor little sufferer immed
iately. Depend upon it, mothers, there is
no mistake about it. It cures dysentery and
diarrhira, regulates the stomach and bow
els, cures wind colic, softens the gums, re
duces inflammation, and gives tone and
energy to tho wholo system. Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teething
is pleasant to the taste, and is the prescrip
tion of one of tho oldest and best female
nurses and physicians in the United States,
and is for sale by all druggists throughout
the world. Price 25 cents a bottle.
For the Cure of Coughs, ColdiJ
Hoarseness, Bronchitis.Croup, influH
enza, Asthma, Whooping Cough, In
cipient Consumption and for the re-
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I1CI 01 consumptive ijciauiu uuyii-i
ccd stages of the Disease. For Sale I
by all .Uruggists.-.Pricc, ag Ccntaj
"Iff I XT tDoremontT than at anythtr.it !ms)V
Will taking an auone.y for tha beat Millie
book out. Baslnnairt lucoad naadlvl
Nontfall. Terms fr . , r
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