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Two riTloriUMneefi, nt H nii H
THURSDAY, JAN. 1, 1885.
Tho Comedy Kventof tho fc'caeon!
I'rnnouiicel by Press aul Public the
Fuuuiest Coined vf the Present Age.
Murray and Murphy,
Undertho manncemcut of
Proprietor Olympic Theatre, Chicago,
THE ML-Sr ARl'ISTIO
AND CH.VRAC1 Ell ACTOUSOFTHE DAY,
In their New and OrlKlual Production,
"Our Irish Visitors."
Pol. (illhoolev Tbos. E. Murray
Jirry McOiunu Ma'k .iarphy
And a Company of Very Fine Dramatic and
tSTAdmlsslon 5' and 75c: eallery 'l'c Ke-
served seats at liuikr'i.
Parlor Entertainment !
and Ovster Supper
By the Ladles of the Episcopal Church,
Tuesday Eve., Dec. 30, 1884,
At the residence of
t2?All are cordially invited.
25th Anniversary Ball
ARAB FIRE CO.
IDEAL LEAGUE HALL,
New Year's Eve, Dec. 31, 1881
t frTlckets.81.no. T. J. K-irth, Jeff Clark and
B. F, lllake, Coniinlttuu of AnaiiKcmeuts.
Mrs. Emily Howers,
Mra. AMANDA CLARKSON, ARcnt.
N ext Alexande r Co. Hank, 8th St
( .'airo, 111.
tOood Stock and Pricei Heasonablo.dF
The regular aunual meellni; i f tlio ilnrkhnlderi of
i ne uiiy nauo mi ijhiih oi t;mro, ror tnu parp ire
of e'eeltni seven dlieclors will be held at tho
oftVe of said bank on Tuesday, Ji,nry lttlli, lbH
roiis opitn at iu ii'ciock n. m. ana cioieai p. m
of said dav. TIIUH. W, 11 VLLIUAY , Cashlor.
Caibo, 111., Docomher 13, m,
OAIRO BULLETIN; SUNDAV MORNING, DECEMBER 28, 1S84.
'iEXERAL LOCAL ITEMS
A Bteudy rain full yeutrclay.
Judge ltobioaoD bus returned from
Service naunU tl at tlio M. K. Church
Mr, Fr d Kotihlur, nr., is eriiiuly in
dispuHud. Mr. Fred Kuut, of Cli'cHgo, i'viHititig
-Services as usual to-dy at tho Church
of tho Redeemer. ..
Hon. W. K. Murphy ia very sick at
hit) homo in Piockncj villc.
Mra. Mielmel Hickuy died last evening.
Ste lunerul nutico claewhere.
Dou't forget the p trior enteruiDment
and oyster supper at Mr. Charles Galigher's,
Tuesday evening next.
Just received an elegant lino of New
markets in brocads, ottomtns and pluuh,
at Qoldstine & Hosonwater's. 5
There was a dance, supper and jolly
good time generally on board the steamer
Guiding Star last night.
Don't miss tho great remnant sale of
silks, satins and woolon dress goods, com
mencing Monday, Due. 29, ut J. Burger's. 1
Monday, Dec'. 29, we will placo' on
sale a large lot of gray and white blankets
which wo will close out at greatly reduced
prices. J. Burger. It
At Elco a lot of hoodlums Becured a
gallon of whisky, got boiling full and near
ly broke up a Christmas festival being held
at the Baptist church.
Wanted, a good girl to do general
house-work. Good wages will be paid to a
No. 1 irirl! Apply to Mrs. J. W. King, cor
nf Twenty-eighth and Walnut streets. 3t
Pulaski county has been sued in the
United States court. There are two caes,
one for $7,000 and one for $1,500, on rail
road and bond coupons.
Rev. E. A. Hoyt leaves to-morrow for
Lebanon, III., to attend the wedding of his
brother. He will return Wednesday even
ing or Thursday morning.
Edward Koehler and Daniel Hays
were arrested by Officer Mahanny tor dis
orderly conduct. Magistrate Comings as
sessed them $5 and costs each.
"These are bully hollerdays," said tho
small boy on the sidewalk the other day, as
one of his skate-runners clipped off a porter
house section from an old lady's left bunion.
The Hickman County Times, publish
ed at Clinton, has ceased publication and
will be issued at Columbus, by Vitnbub
Henderson, who purchased it from Jacob
The German School society hava de
cided to improve their property adjoining
the Episcopal church, on Fourteenth street.
They will first make a fill up to grade for
This is is the season of the year when
our city cotemporaries make an exhibition
of their "gall" by asking their rutal breth
ren to insert a $10 advertisement in ex
change for a $1 weekly.
Dolls! Dolls!! We offer the largest
line of dolls in tho city, and for less money.
Remember we sell all our dolls and toys in
one week, and during this hollid iys and
they must be sold at tho New Tork
Somewhere between tho post offiee and
Eighth street, Officer Danker lost a large
white cnvclopo addressed to Col. Rierden,
containing a Christmas present. The finder
will pleas j lenve tho sauvj at police head
I have 100 nice turkeys for Christmas
and will bo pleased to have your orders.
Also cranberries, oysters, celery, prunes,
currants, raisins, etc. in fact, a full line of
Btapje and faucy groceries at lowest prices.
Walter B. Pettis, the grocer. Ot
Rev. J. W. Ilunsakcr, moderator of
tho "Clear Creek Association" of IJiptist
churches of Illinois, will preach at the
Baptist church this morning and evening at
tho umal hours. Sunday school at 0:30
Ovsteus. Wo shall receive daily, un
til Jan. 1, '83 by express fresh bulk oysters
which we ofler by tho pint, quart or gallon,
all solid meat. Also by tho cau at tho
New York Store. 8t.
"Our lives aro albums, written through
With good or ill, or false or truu;
Aud as the blessed augels turn
Tho pages of our years,
God grant they road the good with smiles
And blot tho ill with tears."
Prof. Mason gives notice that his
classes arc solely for his pupik. No one
will be permitted at the hall but them and
their parents or guardians, except by Ins
special permission. Tho third series com
mences on Saturday, tho 27th iiist. 3
Mr. Tom Porter, of Ermsvillo, was
handsomely "caned" on Christmas day, by
tho clerks an 1 traveling men of his firm.
The cano, in tho hands of Robert Mitchell
and Holla Porter, overtook tho fortunate
gentleman on board tho Guiding Star at
Cairo, Friday night.
From this date till January 1, 1881,
all wiuter goods, such as ladies' and child
ren's cloaks, shawls, flannels, blankets,
cashmeres, and all dress goods 'In general,
are reduced to 15 percent from former
prices at Goldetiim& RosmwatetV. Please
call and convluco yourselves. tf
Niclj Larsh, the car-repalror who
strnr.k the Central switchman, 0. A. Van
dorwort, on tho head with hammer, was
on trul beforo Magistrate Comings yester
day, A large number of witnesses were
in attendance, vhiso testimony proved con
clusively the guilt of the defendant, and ho
was therefore fined $10 and costs total,
Tho following parties havo been li-
censed to marry: R'uhard T. Brown and
Mist IJattie Arabell Snodgrass, of Hodges
Park; Fleming Culbright and Mrs. Eliza
Moore, of Beech Ridge, and John H.Ather-
ton and Miss Emma Craig, of Hodges
We learn that Constable Hogan has re
ceive! an appointment as detective at tho
expiihitioii Hnd will leave for New Orleans
shortly, Mr. H"gun is an efficient officer,
having done excellent service for years in
(Vim, and will doubtless make his mark in
the Crescent City.
Remember the grund patlor entertain
nioi.t and oyster supper, to bo given by the
ladies of tho Episcopal church at tho resi
dence ol Mr. Charles Galigher, on Tuesday
eveniriL', December 30. No pains will be
spared to mike the occasion enjoyable and
entertaining to tho fullest degree.
F. and A. M. There will bo a special
communication of Cairo Lodge No. 237,
F. and A. M., to-morrow (Monday) evening,
December 28, at 7:30 o'clock, fvjr the pur
pose of installing officers for ensuing year.
Transient brethren invited to attend. J.
W. Morris, W. M. Geo. E. O'H ira, Sec.
Cairo Kncamprn.'iit No. 141,1.0,0.
F., elected tho following officers Friday
night: William McIItle, C. P.;T. B. Far
rin, S, ; Joseph Stesgala, H. P.; Ooorue
J. Becker, J. W.; Samuel Risen water, treas
urer; A. Comings, scribe. The trustee'
are: C.R.Woodward, N. A. Devore, C.
U al ley, R. S. Yocum and H. Hasenjieger.
Lincoln Lod,'e No. 5, A. F. & A. M.,
(colored), held a public installation last
night. The following are the officers for
the ensuing year: Reuben Smith, W. M.;
Henry Kelley, S. W.; William Robinson,
J. W.; George Ribison, treasurer, Charles
Curtis, secretary. Their hall is tilted up
in tine style and the lodge is in a healthy
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Gaunt, of New
Gran t Chain, an i Mr. Tom Porter, of Por
ter, Dn in & Co,, Evansvillc, .and family,
together with his mother and sister-in-law,
Mrs. Porter, an 1 brothers Ribertand Ril
la Porter and Robert Mitchell, all well
known in Cairo and I'ulaski county, were
pascnger on the Guiding Star yesterday
for New Orleans.
The Sin Francisco Alta-Californian of
a late date contains a lengthy account of
the funeral of Dtniel Kennedy, who was
murdered by his wife on the 10th of the
present month. Mrs. Kennedy is a Jewess
and killed her husband on account of j-al-
ously. The funeral was attended by thou
sands of people, the services being con
ducted by the A. O. U. W. Mr! Kennedy
was a former resident of Cairo and has re
latives here who are highly respectable.
The following officers wero electo 1 at
tho lust meetiag of tho Kniuhts of Honor:
Dr. W. R. Smith, dictator; T. B. Farrin,
vice dictator; James Q linn, assistant die
tator;C. B. S. Pennebaker, chaplain; R. S.
Yocum, reporter; John A. Miller, financial
reporter; C. A. Chandler, guide; Ennis
Fleming, guardian; Heniy Hickson, sen
tinel; P. W. Barclay, Herman Meyer and
E. A. Buder. trustees. C. B. S. Penueb tker
was elected representative to the grand
lodge, and Charles Cunningham nl ernatc.
-Mrs. Dr. Wardner and Mr. H. C.
Bullion, of Anna, were in town last Mon
day. They were in consultation with the
ladies of the Episcopal church in to the
ability of this parish to raise $250 for the
purpose of securing a minister who would
devote his time during the coming year,
ministtring to the spiritual welfare of the
Episcopal church at tinsel ice and at Anna.
The church at that place guarantees a like
amount. This, together with sum to be re
ceived from the missionary fund, will
amount to quite a neat sum. Rev. J. B.
Harrison, now located at Carbondal'i, will
doubtless be selected for tho position. Pu
The Cut'.cr correspondent of the Du
Quoin Tribune has tho following to say re
garding our county: "Alexander county
is usually called a sickly county, hut we
beg leave to diff. r, for this in our opinion
si one of the garden spots of America. D
not smilo reader before you remember that
this county contains 205 square miles of al
most level land. This includes 37 square
miles of Jakes and 13 square miles of cy
press swamps. Tho remaining 213 Kquare
miles, or 130,321 acres, is tillable land, rich
in plant food, and capable of producing
twice, if not three times as much as Perry
county soil. The. only thing that prevents
this county from coming to the front rank
as an agricultural county, is the want of a
proper lev.'o to restrain the rivers from
Hooding about CO square milei, as they do
sometimes. Thousands of acres of this self
same land above high water mark, can bo
bought at $3 to $4 per acre, while cultiva
ted land is very high, Catilu livo in tho
bottom all winter, us grass and cane are
abundant. This is tlio Euypt of America.
Then tho hilly portion of the country is
sellable, and equal to any, for fruits, such
as apple", pears, penclie1-, etc. Kind reader,
go and examine this county, and you will
tint be so eager to go to Kansas, or some
other far-off, advertUm! country."
"Tho first sleo toward wealth," says an
exchange, "is the choice of a good wife."
The first step toward health is to uso St,
Jacobs Oil tor aches, sprains and pilns.
UU Brother's Baby.
Caiho, Dec. 27, 1881.
Ed. Bullbtis :- Before it la everlasting
ly too late to remedy tho error, betore
hearts are cracked and reasons set to totter
ing on their throne, please s'ato that Mr.
John Antrim, jr., head salesman at Whit-
lock's Oak 1 1 o 1 1 cloihing house, is not hap
py "by iho presentation of a baby on Chr'ntt
mns, as a present," as iuadvertently stated
in this mornings Bulletin. It is his
brother who ia tho lucky man.
In demanding this apology, do not infer
that ills intend . 'd to make "small potatoes"
of you; for your unsuspecting readers, sub
scribers and their neighbors well know that
you aro alwajs prepared photographically
speaking wi'h Indian clubs and dumb
bells of truth to back up, or take back, any
assertion yi u may make.
A New Years Treat.
A treat is in store for tho Opera Hjuso
p ttrons New Year's day in the new and or
iginal absurdity entitle 1 "Our Irish Visit
ors." The bright stars of the first magni
tude in the comical play arc Thomas E.
Murray and Mark Murphy, who shino in
the roles of "Col. Oilhool-y" and "Jerry
McGinnis," and keep the audience in a cy
clone of laughter from tho rising ot the
curtain to the grand finale. Some of the
features are the circus passing a farm, the
escape of a bear, a tableaux nt consterna
tion, a dance by M'llo Augusta Zimzour's
celebrate 1 female ballet troupe, Gilhooley 's
intrigue with the alderman's wife, a duel,
a murder, a fire, a picnic, a boat-race and
innumerable other novelties. Tho jokes
are mostly bright and original, while the
complications are worked up to a climax
in an irresistibly funny manner. A mati
nee will be given in tho afternoon.
Tiiey Biy Bigelow is suing "B 'tlio and
the Baby" fur half of their gift money, but
the baby don t care a sou, so long as it can
get plenty ot Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup.
Died Last evening at 0:30 o'clock
Mrs. Rickey, wife of Michael Hickey, aged
llur death was quite sudden and a shock
to her family and friends, who will deeply
regret her Inss. Tho deceased will t-e
buried Monday afternoon. Tho funeral
will lenvo residency at 1 o'clock p. m. for
St. Putrlck's cfiurcli, where services will bo
A spetial train will leavo from foot of
Eighth street at 2 p. m. Monday to be ir
Hih remains of Mrs. Hickey to Villa Ridge
Friends of family are invited to attend.
list ov lktteus uemaixino uncalled
foil is t1ik postokkick at ca1uo, ill.,
saturday, decemheh 27, 1884:
Biker, Mis Win
Kmg, Mill y
McRaven, Mary E
Murphy, Kate 2
Q 'ligley, Vmina
Williams, Kite E
Waite, Oeoiige Anu
By crs. IVilford
Andrews, J. sio
Claik, Mollie J
Gaines, Liz A
Hester, Mrs O W.
McGuirc, I L
Camp, O V
Edwards, A 0
Fuller, Geo W
Gardner, Win J
Hanson, J W 3
Havnier, J F
Higginson, II C
Kay, M W
Kehnuin & Kinsman
Mc Fad len, M M
McCu ley, Eddie
Nelson, Jon II
Slack, M It
Strong, J B
Scott, Elliot II
Thomas, Mid ism
Wood, R L
Whitehead, II L
Evarts, II irry
Flanigan, I) i
Gahann, J W
Hazley, Ptof J
Lewis, Nick V
Marsh, J D
Nicks, W F
Northcro't, A J
Parker, F W
St Johns, E E
Snyder, Clms A
Whipple, Z T
Wood, Jus 3
Ward, .1 as S
Wooley, C O
Persons calling for the above letters will
please say advertised.
Wm. M. Munritv, postmaster.
Ofllce Of Tie Cairo Trust Property.
Cairo, Ills., Dec. 39, 1884.
Notice Is hereby civen that toy person
found burying dead bodies on any of tho
lamia ot the Cairo Trust Company, especial
ly upon or near to Graveyard Ridge, will
be prosecuted as trespassers, and a reward
of twenty five dollars is hereby offered . for
such information as will lead to the convic
tion of any such trespassers.
8. Staats Tatlob, Trustee.
Ciuustmas and Nkw Yeabs. We
have on baud for holiday trade, new raisins
currants, prunes, citron, jellies, mince meat,
apple butter, preserves, oranges, lemons,
nuts, cocoanuts fancy caudieB, both Ameri
can and trench, new hams, Brockfort bacon,
chow chow and mixed pickles by the pint
or quart, and all family goods needed.
TelephoneNo.il for price. New York
Wm.Ludwig & Co. will upon the first
of January, 1885, carry on their business on
strictly a cash basis and will not Jkeep up
the credit system any longer. In making
this change fn their business, they respect-
illy ask all of their customers that have
been in arrears for the past three to six
months to please call and settle their ac
counts at once. ot
New Dining1 Room,
just opened, Botto's new building up stairs.
Rici'ELI.ents. Down they go to 87 t
40 aud 45 cents per yard from former prices.
They must bo sold at the New York
Look tor the Red Light,
at DcBauu's SO Ohio levee.
C. Koch, Manufacturer ana Dealer
in boots aud shoes, keeps always on band a
largo assortment of gents' and ladies' boots,
shots and rubbers ot all style and size.
Hand-made goods a specialty, also always
on baud leather and findings. It will pay
you to cult on him before purchasing else
where. His prices aro very low and satis
Ilewett can supply you with the best
Ousters in the city. tf
John Meier. This celebrated shoo is
on sale at the New York Store, custom
made and warranted. We offer the cheap
est line of calf and kip boots in tho city.
Give us a call.
For the Best Oysters,
go to DoBuun's, 50 Ohio levee.
Do not let your little darling suffer so
wit.i that horrid couh! Go to your drug
store and get a bottle of Dr. Jackson's
Syrup of Lungwort and Wild Cherry. It's
so nice your darling will bo delighted to
uku it, und it will btop the cough, cure any
throat or lung complaiut quicker than any
other remedy. Sold at 20c, 50c. and $1.00
per bottle. 1
Placo your orders
Oysters and Fish.
Cloaks. Wo have a full line of dolr
mans, cloaks, ulsters, wraps, Newmarkets
etc. Prices on these goods are marked
down and they must be sold, at the New
York Store. 8t.
For a Good Meal
or a good room, go to DeBtun's, 60 Ohio
Entrance to Bot.to'd Diulnjr-room,
on Commercial avenue and on Seventh St.
Notice. Men and boy's overcoats and
childrens clothing all bought at the bank
rupt sain and wo offer them 25 and 40 per
cent, less than sold elsewhere in our city,
at the New York Storo. 8t.
Hewett's Oyster Depot is on Eighth
street, one door est of Commercial, tf
B. B. Shoe Co. We have a full line
of custom-made shoes for ladies, misses
mid children of tho above make. Every
pair warranted by tho Bryan Brown Shoa
Co., to lio first class or no sale at the New
York Storo. 8t
Oysters, first-class, in all Styles,
at Botto's restaurant, up stairs.
Fifty. We have just received fifty
pieces more of that brown Canton flannel
at 3 cents per yar 1. Also Hamilton Stout
for 8 cents per yard. Dress goods reduced
25 per cent, ami must bo sold to close. Ex
amine them. Lonsdale muslin 8 cents per
yard. All lines of flannels reduced 20 per
cent at tho New York Store. 8t.
Open Day and Night.
DeBaun's restaurant, 50 Ohio levee.
Only tho Best Brand of Oysters,
at DeBaun's, 50 Ohio levee. tf
or the Cure of Coughs, Coldi:
Hoarseness, r.ronchitis.Croup, Infiu-I
:nza. Asthma, hooping Cough, In-
cipient Consumption and for the re-I
licfofcor.; jmptive personi in advan-l
ced stages of the Disease. Jr or bile
by all Druggists. Price, j$ Cent.